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There were tornado watches but no major damage reported as storms with high winds swept through parts of Texas, Kansas and Oklahoma Saturday.






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Police in Texas opened an investigation after a veterinarian posted a photo showing her holding up a cat pierced through the head with an arrow.






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A handful of states are considering laws that would allow college students to carry concealed weapons on campus, triggering a fierce debate.






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Michigan auto repair shop owner says he's being threatened after his Facebook post outlining why he doesn't want openly gay customers at his business. WOOD's Leon Hendrix reports.






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The bus caught fire on a turnpike ramp in Sturbridge, as the students headed to a harbor cruise in Boston Saturday.






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Eleven people were injured, two critically, after an explosion from a utility pipe occurred at the Fresno County Sheriff's gun range Friday.






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Chancey Luna, 17, who police say committed the murder of college student Christopher Lane because he was bored, was convicted Friday.






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Doug Hughes, a mailman, must wear an electronic monitoring ankle bracelet until a May 8 court hearing in Washington, D.C.






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Police found the body of Samantha Fleming, of Anderson, wrapped in plastic, stuffed in a storage bin and soaked in bleach at about 3 p.m. Friday.






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A rookie Ohio cop is being praised for "great restraint and maturity" after he held off using force against a murder suspect who charged at him.






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Akron police rescued four scared puppies from a cage strapped to the roof of a van on Friday.






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The students were at a Schoolboy Q rap concert Friday night when they had to be rushed to the hospital for suspected alcohol poisoning.






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Two St. Louis County officers shot and killed an armed suspect after he charged them while holding a knife, officials said in a statement Saturday.






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Hundreds of spectators in San Bernardino, California, watched the fight break out when activists tried to force their way inside a performance.

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A look at where some of the survivors, heroes, politicians, and other key figures from the terrorist attack are now.






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John Davalos came face to face with a naked burglar in his Spring Valley apartment just after midnight on Friday.






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A volunteer high school football coach is being held on $450,000 bail on suspicion of sexually assaulting current and former students.






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A. Alfred Taubman, the self-made billionaire whose philanthropy and business success was clouded by a criminal conviction, has died.






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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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