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New CDC data shows Measles vaccination rates

New data show regional differences in Measles-Mumps and Rubella - vaccination rates. The Centers for Disease Control recommends two doses of the MMR vaccine, the first when a baby turns one.

At least 25 killed as plane hits bridge, crashes in Taipei river

A passenger plane clipped a bridge and plunged into a river in Taiwan on Wednesday, killing at least 25 people, according to the island's Civil Aeronautics Administration.

Tamaulipas confirma 9 muertes en tiroteos de Matamoros-Reynosa

El Grupo de Coordinación Tamaulipas comunica que este martes se registraron hechos de violencia en la carretera que une a los municipios de Reynosa y Matamoros, así como bloqueos en Valle Hermoso, con saldo de nueve civiles muerto

Burning body shocks neighbors

(WSMV) Tennessee authorities are working to identify a body found burning in a Robertson County field early Sunday.

Chemical spill prompts evacuations

Tanker carrying hazardous chemical overturns on I-57 near Champaign, Illinois, prompting evacuation of nearby buildings. Michael Burton reports.

Mom and baby booted from flight

Mother outraged after being removed from Frontier Airlines flight for refusing to remove fussy infant from body carrier. Sasha Jones reports.

Toddler shoots parents

(KOB) Two New Mexico parents are recovering after being shot by their 3-year-old son inside a motel room in northeast Albuquerque Saturday afternoon.

Telemarketer to the rescue

(KGW) A lucky sales call from a Las Vegas, Nevada, company led deputies to rescue a 33-year-old Oregon woman who was being beaten and strangled.

Cat frozen on flight

(KSHB) A Kansas City, Kansas cat breeder claims an airline mishandled a cat he was shipping after the cat arrived to its new family dead.

Some oil giants consider cutting spending

More oil giants plan to cut spending due to falling oil prices. BP says it will cut capital expenditures by 20 percent, as well as delay some investments.

ISIS releases video of Jordanian military pilot being burned alive

The U.S. National Security Council is aware of a video purporting to show Jordanian military pilot Moaz al-Kassasbeh being burned to death by ISIS, according to council spokeswoman Bernadette Meehan.

Twins turn 90 years-old

(WDIV) For most of us, this Sunday is Super Bowl Sunday, but for one Michigan family, it is also a day marking a huge milestone.

Training for the worst

(KCRA) Firefighters in California are getting some unique real life training. They are practicing their skill on a training course meant to simulate a real firefighting experience inside a high-rise building.

Tazon Latino kicks off in Phoenix

(KPNX) As Super Bowl XLIX draws closer and the anticipation continues to build, it has most of us thinking about all things football. It's a game that's constantly drawing in more and more people internationally.

Stranger sets girl on fire

(KSNT) A 6-year-old Topeka, Kansas girl is recovering after being set on fire by a stranger.