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Foiled teen bomber speaks out

(KARE) New audio recordings reveal insight into the mind of a Waseca, Minnesota teenager who alleged a plot to murder his family and bomb his school.

Police: Infant denied medicine

(WESH) A Florida mother was arrested on Tuesday after her newborn's pediatrician reported her to police for not admitting the unhealthy newborn to the hospital.

School bus joy ride

(WJHG) A 12-year-old boy who reportedly stole a school bus and took a joy ride is facing some very serious charges.

Court to Aereo: Pay up

(NBC News) The U.S. Supreme Court has essentially put an abrupt halt to a way some Americans were watching television on the internet.

Court: No phone searches

(NBC News) The Supreme Court unanimously ruled Wednesday that police officers must first get a search warrant before searching your cell phone.

Plane on the highway

Tom Zollinger was hauling his newly acquired "dream" airplane back to Kentucky after picking it up from the seller in Satelitte Beach Florida, when he stopped for gas only to notice the plane was gone. Lisa Robbins reports.

"Peeping drone" apology

(KING) There are not a lot of uniform rules or regulations on who can fly drones and where.

Beer in the buff

(WBRE) The staff at Pennsylvania's Sunny Rest Resort is used to exposure, but not quite as much exposure as they have been getting lately. National media outlets are buzzing about Saturday's Bare Beach Beer Bash.

Riding out the storm

(WTHR) Cleanup is underway in Indianapolis following a Tuesday afternoon tornado. Nearly every house or yard in the Cameron Meadows neighborhood had some type of damage.

Cross-country bears

(WNYT) Earlier this month, six black bears housed at a small New York Zoo faced euthanization. Now by next week they'll be living in sunny San Diego.

This hobby stinks!

(WTLV) Calvin Beaver is a collector of collections.

Cop for a day

(WPXI) Joey Fabus wants to be a police officer when he grows up. Sadly, the 8-year-old has been diagnosed with a brain tumor and doctors say he doesn't have much time to live.

"The worst moment of my life"

(KPRC) Police in Houston, Texas are the lookout for the kidnapper behind a carjacking that ended with an 8-month-old baby being dumped in a field.

Recordings reveal deadly plot

(KARE) Recordings released on Tuesday reveal new evidence on a Waseca, Minnesota teenager's alleged plot to murder his family and bomb his school.

VA whistleblower comes forward

(NBC News) As Congress continues to investigate why it took some veterans so long to see a doctor, we're hearing shocking new revelations from a Veterans Affairs employee who says she was forced to keep that secret appointment list.