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Intense rains led to flash flooding in Houston, Texas on Friday night.






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The Kansas City-to-Denver flight was diverted to Colorado Springs during bad weather Friday, and passengers say they were kept waiting for hours.






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Good news, amateur toy makers, Mattel is now teaming up with a company called Quirky to crowdsource ideas for real products.






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The explosion sparked several small fires, leaving three people critically injured with burns and eight people with minor injuries.






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"You must believe me," the reserve deputy said. "It can happen to anyone."






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A new study says U.S. residents accused of supporting the terror gang are drawn in by the fantasy, and not necessarily an urge to attack Americans.






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The explosion occurred at the Fresno County Gun Range Friday afternoon.






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Britt McHenry was suspended from ESPN for a week after a video showing her insulting the physical appearance and intelligence of a clerk was posted.

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The pilot and two passengers on board the twin-engine plane suffered minor injuries after the plane bound for Houston landed along U.S. 59.






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The land in Stratford, California, isn't sinking as it has in some towns, but business is drying up as the town is ravaged by an historic drought.






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A dozen people were injured when a tour bus collided with another tour bus and two trucks on a fog-blanketed stretch of a Colorado highway Friday.






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Police say a mix of snow, ice and foggy conditions along I-70 played a factor in Friday's accident.






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The gas would be used if lethal injection was ruled unconstitutional or the drugs were unavailable.






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Verizon announces plan to offer customers more control over the channels they pay for using FiOS Custom TV service. NBC's Mark Barger reports.






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A truck hauling millions of honeybees to a Washington blueberry farm overturned on a highway, spilling hives across the asphalt.






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FBI agents cut off the Internet service to the room where world champion poker player, Paul Phua, 50, was staying then claimed to be repairmen.






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Bill and Denise Richard, whose son was killed in the Boston Marathon bombings, said the death penalty for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev would extend their grief.






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These young chicks and ducklings were meant to be Easter presents but never made to their destination and are in the care of a Georgia animal shelter. WXIA's Jon Shirek reports.






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Doug Hughes, a 61-year-old mail carrier from Florida, piloted the small craft through restricted airspace and a no-fly zone Thursday and was arrested.






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