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Hundreds mourn slain trooper

(NBC News) Hundreds of police officers gathered in Scranton, Pennsylvania Thursday to say goodbye to a state trooper killed on duty last week.

Flu season arrives

Centers for Disease Control officials and other health professionals discuss this year's vaccine and flu season outlook. Erika Edwards reports.

Canine cop comes home

(WXIA) All hope was nearly lost after two days of searching for a missing LaGrange, Georgia police dog, but officers decided to try one more time Wednesday afternoon to find the missing dog Chico.

Bodies found bound & naked

Police in Jacksonville, Florida work to find killer of two young women found bound and naked near highway overpass. Lisa Robbins reports.

Tennessee miracle probed

(WBIR) At the Diocese of Knoxville, Bishop Rick Stika believes in the power of God. However, he has never officially investigated a miracle until now.

Cold case cracked

(WTAP) A former Ohio sheriff's deputy has been charged with aggravated murder in a case dating back 33 years. Investigators say Mitchell Ruble carried out the 1981 shooting of Washington County Lieutenant Ray Clark.

Caught on cam: Drug deal gone bad

(WESH) Video recorded by a hidden camera worn by an undercover ATF agent shows the chilling moments that a drug deal went bad. ATF agent Scott Perala says it was the most frightening day of his career.

Texas homeowner recounts stabbing burglar with spear

(KFDX) A Texas man is recovering after breaking into a home and being stabbed with a spear by the homeowner.

Evacuees forced from their homes by California's "King" wildfire express frustration

(KCRA) California's massive "King" fire more than doubled in size overnight as crews struggle to contain the blaze. By Thursday morning the fire had consumed nearly 71,000 acres.

Mom fights thief, gives birth

(WEYI) A Flint, Michigan mother has given birth hours after brawling with a would-be purse snatcher.

Flood miracle: Baby swept away

(KMIR) Flooding in Palm Springs, California decimated one family's home Tuesday.

Missing bachelorettes return!

(KSEE) A bride and seven bridesmaids who went missing during a bachelorette party in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico after Hurricane Odile called home Wednesday for the first time after losing all contact with loved ones.

Mardi Gras mix-up: A different ISIS

(WPMI) A local Mardi Gras group in Mobile, Alabama is doing everything it can to distance itself from the militant group ISIS.

Teen lingerie party draws fire

(WBBH) A Facebook advertisement has been found promoting a lingerie party this Friday night at a Cape Coral, Florida club targeting girls as young as 16-years old.

Drunk gunman opens fire

(WESH) Florida deputies say a Deltona man frightened neighbors Tuesday morning and delayed school bus routes when he fired nearly two dozen rounds from an AK-47 assault rifle.