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Herbal supplements: What's in the pill?

Study finds herbal supplements sold at major retailers don't contain any of the herbs listed as ingredients. Erika Edwards reports.

Gun range sparks outrage

Florida man says he has the right to fire guns in his front yard, despite neighbors' concerns over safety. Melanie Michael reports.

"I'm not going to let you lose him"

Virginia police dispatcher breaks rules to help frantic grandmother save baby that stopped breathing after seizure. Bethany Teague reports.

What retirement crisis?

Hundreds of employees of an Idaho grocery store chain could soon retire as millionaires thanks to a unique benefits program. Justin Corr reports.

Mortgage rates fall to lowest level since May 2013

If you're in the market for a new home, now is the time to buy. Mortgage lender Freddie Mac says the average rate for a 30-year mortage fell last week to 3.59 percent.

"My water broke in the fast lane!"

(KSL) Mariah Ostler was traveling 75 mph in the fast lane of I-15 near Willard, Utah Saturday when her water broke.

Family beaten to death

(KPRC) The bodies of three Houston, Texas family members, a pastor, his wife and their son, were found inside an apartment Monday morning.

Owl rescued from chimney

(WWBT) A federally protected owl is in the care of a Chesterfield, Virginia animal recovery center after a Richmond man found the bird stuck inside his chimney.

Transgender teen vanishes

(WCMH) An Ohio family's vacation has ended in panic. Transgender teen Raymond "Ashley" Lane, 15, was last seen Saturday night at an Ohayocon rave held at the Columbus Convention Center.

Running for reading

(WBBH) A California man is about to complete the first leg of his 8,000 mile journey running around the perimeter United States.

Home circumcision goes bad

(WESH) Police in Ocala, Florida have arrested a man who they said attempted to circumcise his 1-year-old nephew while babysitting Saturday.

DC drone operator may face charges

The operator of a small drone that crash landed at the White House last week may face charges. The US Secret Service is calling on the US Attorney to prosecute Shawn Usman with violating National Defense Airspace.

The Journey: St. Augustine, a destination for runaway slaves

During Black History Month we are exploring 'The Journey' four hundred fifty years of the African-American experience.

Sony Pictures executive resigns her post

Two months after a devastating cyber-attack, Sony Pictures Entertainment co-chairman Amy Pascal is stepping down from her post, the studio announced on Thursday.

Pope Francis to address Congress in September

House Speaker John Boehner announced Thursday that Pope Francis has accepted his invitation to address a joint meeting of Congress, and will appear on Sept. 24.