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Plea deals in crash beating

(WDIV) Three men charged with the brutal beating of a Detroit, Michigan driver who accidentally hit a 10-year-old boy with his pickup truck have each taken a plea deal.

A veteran's struggle

(WSFA) A Korean War Veteran's 56-year struggle for Veterans Affairs benefits is finally over.

Biking through the school year

(WHDH) Will Hindle is finishing fifth grade on Thursday, he's also finishing a year-long commitment to riding his bike.

"Modern day witch hunt"

Man accused of concealing video evidence in murder of Holly Bobo denies any knowledge of or involvement in the crime. Carley Gordon reports.

Redskins ruling: Chief Wahoo next?

Loss of Washington Redskins trademarks has Cleveland Indians fans wondering if their Chief Wahoo mascot will be the next to fall. Tom Beres reports.

Snake house raided

(KRPC) Authorities made a frightening discovery Wednesday morning in a Houston, Texas area home. They brought out 15 snakes in cages and pillow cases. They were found packed into two rear bedrooms. Many appeared to be underfed.

Fugitive "Prepper" captured

(WFLA) A U.S. Magistrate refused to grant bond on Wednesday afternoon for the leader of a doomsday preppers group who had been on the run until his arrest earlier in the day.

Lightning destroys offices

(WDIV) Nine businesses in a Clinton Township, Michigan complex were completely destroyed after lightning struck the building Wednesday.

Bonnaroo: Abandoned bargains

(WRCB) One of the country's biggest summer music festivals has come to a close. Bonnaroo wrapped up Sunday in Manchester, Tennessee.

Toddler dies in hot car

(WXIA) A Georgia child has died after being left in a hot car.

79-year-old Army veteran faces down would-be robber

(WESH) A gun-toting robber who was looking for an easy score ended up in a tussle with a tough-talking war vet earlier this week in Orlando, Florida.

Mom brands kids

(WBBH) A Port Charlotte, Florida woman is charged with child abuse, after police say she intentionally burned her two young children with a hot stick so she would know they were hers. Kayla R. Oxenham, 23, has bonded out of jail.

Tweet triggers lawsuit

(KARE) A Minnesota high school student suspended after posting what he called a "sarcastic" tweet involving a teacher has filed a lawsuit against the school district, the superintendent and Principal of Rogers High School and the Roge

Life-changing letter

(KUSA) Cinco de Mayo is a day Melissa Plessinger would like to forget. She got a letter that changed her life.

Inmates train dogs

(WKYC) Chardon High School shooting survivor Nick Walczak went to prison today. Not for a crime, but to speak to inmates interested in joining a service dog training program.