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Pilots Injured in Mid-Air Plane Crash in Alaska


The NTSB is investigating the mid-air collision that occurred between an Alaska Wildlife Trooper plane and another aircraft near Anchorage.






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First Black NFL Draftee Reunites With High School Rival


George Taliafierro and Carl Biesecker were football rivals in segregated Gary, Indiana, in the 1940s, and became friends after a big game.






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Round Two: Are You Ready for More Snow?


For the second weekend in a row a winter storm has its sights set on the Northeast.






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First Black NFL Draftee Reunites With High School Rival


George Taliafierro and Carl Biesecker were football rivals in segregated Gary, Indiana, in the 1940s, and became friends after a big game.






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Scientist Considered Father of Birth Control Pill Dies


Carl Djerassi, a professor emeritus of chemistry at Stanford, led a team in 1951 developed norethindrone, a key component of the birth control pill.






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Will UVA Sorority Members Defy Frat Party Ban?


Women at UVA remained frustrated about a request to skip the evening's "men's bid night" fraternity parties, but many said they would comply.






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Human Remains on Mass. Beach ID'd as Missing Woman


Officials say the human remains found on King's Beach in Swampscott on Wednesday belong to 25-year-old Jaimee Mendez, last seen on Nov. 6.






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App Tells Parents When College Kids Cut Class


A new app alerts parents if their kids cut class. Rich Van Wyk reports.






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Foster Families Fight Vaccine Regulations


Washington state's requirement that foster families vaccinate will soon go into effect and some are unhappy about it. Alison Morrow reports.






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Dog Foils Georgia Kidnapping


A Georgia teen escapes clutches of would-be kidnapper when her tiny dog rushes to her rescue. Donna Lowry reports.
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Dog Foils Georgia Kidnapping


A Georgia teen escapes clutches of would-be kidnapper when her tiny dog rushes to her rescue. Donna Lowry reports.






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Smoky 7-Alarm Blaze Tears Through Brooklyn Warehouse


Firefighters were battling a four-alarm warehouse fire in Brooklyn Saturday morning, officials said.






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Recall Redux: 2.1 Million Vehicles Need New Air Bag Fix


The recalls include Acura MDX, Dodge Viper, Jeep Grand Cherokee, Honda Odyssey, Pontiac Vibe, Toyota Corolla, Toyota Matrix and Toyota Avalon models.






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Man Arrested in Connection to Body Parts in Suitcase


San Francisco police on Saturday morning arrested Mark Andrus, 59, in the case of a suitcase stuffed with body parts found in a downtown street.
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Friendship 9 Members Re-Enact Sit-In at Lunch Counter


The surviving members of the Friendship 9 re-enact their sit-in at a Rock Hill, S.C., lunch counter on Saturday. The men sat down at the then white-only lunch counter in 1961, where they helped launch the civil rights movement.






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Airline Denies Responsibility After Cat Freezes to Death on Plane


Delta Airlines says it is not responsible for the death of a cat that was being shipped to a family from a Kansas City breeder. KSHB's Garrett Haake reports.






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Smoky 6-Alarm Blaze Tears Through Brooklyn Warehouse


Firefighters were battling a four-alarm warehouse fire in Brooklyn Saturday morning, officials said.






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More Snow Targets Millions From Southwest to Northeast


Substantial snow accumulation was most likely from Nebraska and South Dakota through the southern Great Lakes and into western Pennsylvania.






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Smoky 5-Alarm Blaze Tears Through Brooklyn Warehouse


Firefighters were battling a four-alarm warehouse fire in Brooklyn Saturday morning, officials said.






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NYC to Pay $3.9M in 2012 Cop Shooting of Black Teen


The city agreed Friday to settle a federal suit and compensate the family of Bronx 18-year-old Ramarley Graham, who was fatally shot by police.






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