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Deadline day

Tonight is the deadline to sign up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act - commonly known as "Obamacare."

Millennial home dales

For you parents who have young adult children living with you, new data shows they're still not ready to move out yet. Chris Clackum reports.

Combating military suicides

(NBC News) For Kris Goldsmith the American flags lining the National Mall Thursday are personal. All 1,892 represent veterans lost to suicide this year. Kris was nearly one of them seven years ago.

Aid for Ukraine?

(NBC News) The United States government is ratcheting up the pressure on Vladimir Putin over Ukraine.

Autism on the rise

(NBC News) Autism Spectrum Disorder is a complicated condition in which children generally have impaired social and behavioral skills. There is no known single cause and no cure.

Corruption in Charlotte

(WCNC) Charlotte Mayor Patrick Cannon has resigned, hours after his arrest on public corruption charges Wednesday morning.

"It Was A Monster"

(WDSU) Police in Houma, Louisiana are investigating a deadly dog attack that left a 4-year-old girl dead. The incident happened about 7 p.m. Tuesday inside an apartment in Houma.

"Welfare fraud at its worst"

(KARE) Felony charges were filed Friday against a sometime Minnesota couple for an egregious case of alleged welfare fraud. The accused are Colin Chisholm III, 62, and Andrea Chisholm, 54.

Tat won't fly

(KETK) The updated Army Regulation 670-1 was approved by Army Secretary John McHugh on March 6th and the new regulations were publiched on March 18 via Facebook.

Violin theft suspect enters plea

(WTMJ) A Milwaukee, Wisconsin man accused of helping steal a rare Stradivarius violin was in court Wednesday.

Back in the air

After the government sequester grounded them, members of the Navy's elite Blue Angels flying team are back in the sky. James Gordon reports.

They call him "Shoe Shine Man"

The last shoe shine shop around Lake Charles, Louisiana is the product of a bygone era and features a proprietor who has been practicing his craft for nearly 60 years. John Bridges reports.

Wrongfully accused

(KPRC) Gilford Beatty's legal troubles began with a phone call from a bonding company.

Oso: The need to feed

(KING) Like a grandmother at noon on Thanksgiving, all Corey Nimmer desired was to feed someone. The hot dog vendor had driven to Oso, Washington to bring dinner to search and rescue teams.

Neighbors helping neighbors

(KING) As neighbors near the Oso, Washington landslide learn of an increased death toll, words just aren't enough. Instead of talking, people are doing more. A lot of the action revolves around food.