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Caught on cam: Smash & grab fails

(KSHB) Thieves crashed a van into an Edwardsville, Kansas business several times Tuesday morning trying to steal an ATM, but left empty handed.

"Black girls" receipt causes stir

(KPRC) Social media is buzzing over what a server at Bubba's Bar & Grill in Houston, Texas wrote on a receipt.

Baby snatched, father stabbed

(KOB) An Albuquerque, New Mexico man is behind bars after allegedly stabbing a man to death after snatching his infant son.

Conjoined twins set for surgery

(KPRC) A pair of conjoined twins born earlier this year at Houston's Texas Children's Pavilion for Women will soon be separated.

Injured hiker airlifted

(KSEE) An injured hiker is recovering after being airlifted to safety by the California Highway Patrol and Fresno County Sheriff's deputies. The man broke his leg jumping into a pool of water while hiking with friends.

Gun range death: Uzi was "Too much"

Sheriff's report on Arizona gun range death states 9-year-old who fired fatal shot told instructor the submachine gun was "too much for her". Wendy Halloran reports.

No ketchup allowed!

(WBBH) A popular Fort Myers, Florida restaurant has taken ketchup off the menu. Chef and owner Xavier Duclos says he simply won't allow the condiment in his kitchen or dining room.

More troops to Iraq

(NBC News) President Obama's trip to the Baltics and the NATO summit has been overshadowed by the horrible news of another American beheaded by the militant group ISIS.

Avoiding menopause weight gain

The "change" causes more than hot flashes and mood swings; it can lead to some very unwelcome changes in the number on the bathroom scale. Britney Glaser reports.

Obama asks NATO leaders to join effort against ISIS

President Obama vowed, today, to quote "take out" the leaders of ISIS like he's done to Al Qaeda and did this week in Somalia. But Mr. Obama again ruled out US boots on the ground.

Bus driver abandons kids

(KPRC) Two 7-year-old girls found themselves lost in a strange neighborhood after they were put on the wrong bus at school. The girls, Kacy and Saira, are in the second grade at Campbell Elementary in Greatwood, Texas.

$1M ‘cartel like’ marijuana grow operation seized by Louisiana authorities

Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff’s deputies are working on a joint investigation with the Drug Enforcement Administration after detectives discovered what they call a “cartel like” marijuana grow operation.

Detroit bankruptcy trial

(WDIV) Tuesday marked the first day of the bankruptcy trial for the city of Detroit, Michigan. City officials say that the city is in crisis and the bankruptcy plan would allow them to save money to help residents.

Record-setting gator

(WLBT) Labor Day weekend has a special significance for alligator hunters in Mississippi.

Toddler crashes car

Florida grandmother arrested after allowing 3-year-old to steer her car during multiple-crash joyride. Gail Paschall-Brown reports.