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Neighbors help in search

(KING) The Darrington Fire Department has worked as incident command in the Snohomish County landslide. Several search and rescue crews have dispatched from the location there, but they aren't the only ones helping.

Life saving play

(WXIA) Some of us go through our whole lives and never find out whether we'd come through in the clutch.

Are you a "Yooper"?

(WLUC) A word commonly used in Michigan's Upper Peninsula will finally be showing up in the Merriam-Webster dictionary after a 10-year campaign.

Mob rule

(WAVE) Police are searching for a group of teens accused of several violent and damaging incidents in downtown Louisville, Kentucky.

Power of "Paws-itive" thinking

(WESH) For years therapy dogs have been making the rounds at Orlando Health Cancer Center, offering companionship and a distraction from the reality of not feeling well.

The science of mudslides

(KING) At the University of Washington's seismology lab, where even the tiniest earthquakes are tracked and measured, the Pacific Northwest Seismic Network recorded not one, but two landslides Saturday morning less than four miles east of t

Caught On Cam: 61 vehicle pile-up

(KARE) One person was transported to the hospital with minor injuries after a 61-vehicle crash on Minnesota's Highway 55 Monday afternoon.

Oil endangers wildlife

(KPRC) Initial estimates that the oil spill in Texas' Galveston Bay only adversely affected a handful of birds appears to be off.

"Let It Go" To The Rescue

(WHDH) Firefighters in Reading, Massachusetts went above and beyond when called upon to rescue a family of three stuck in elevator.

Life saving lesson

After he was saved by EMT's during a heart attack, Iowa man decides to pursue career as Emergency Medical Technician to save others. Courtney Johns reports.

A hero mourned

Family, friends and classmates honor teen who gave his own life in attempt to save girlfriend from oncoming train. Claire Doan reports.

Fatal sacrifice

(KCRA) A 16-year-old girl is fighting for her life and her late boyfriend is being hailed as a hero after the pair were struck by a train.

Obamacare deadline near

(NBC News) Five million people have now signed up for health insurance on the state and federal online exchanges, the Obama administration said Monday. That's a number that suggests a big-last minute surge to get coverage.

Rifle raffle draws controversy

(WNYT) Grace Baptist Church in Troy, New York is not normally packed for a Sunday service, but this week there was something extra in the program. The church decided to give away a rifle.

Video voyeur busted

The Chief Financial Officer of a Florida maintenance company is charged with 123 counts of video voyeurism for allegedly secretly video-taping female employees in the bathroom. Shannon Behnken reports.