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Caught on cam: Snow plow stolen

(WOWT) Nebraska police are on the lookout for a stolen snow plow and the thieves who almost ran someone down with it.

Firefly tech: Illuminating surgery

(KPLC) Surgeons can now see below the surface of human tissue with a new imaging method using an injectable fluorescent dye during robot-assisted surgeries.

Sign shocks Nebraska town

(KSNB) A hateful message posted on a sign in Minden, Nebraska has sparked controversy in the tiny town. On Monday, a resident posted a sign reading "Aids, Ebola, Obama, Thanks Africa" on his property off of Highway 10.

Three dead in train collision

Witnesses say car passed line of stopped traffic and drove through flashing barricades before being struck by train. Leon Hendrix reports.

Same-sex vows in South Carolina

Couples say "I do" after South Carolina judge issues licenses ahead of state attorney general's expected move to block same-sex unions. Matt Bise reports. (WCBD) Same-sex marriages are underway in South Carolina.

Rustling makes a comeback

(WFLA) As beef prices rise, so does cattle rustling. "Theft is the biggest thing with cattle right now," says Florida rancher Paul Albert.

Immigration: Waiting for reform

(KGW) As the battle over immigration reform rages in Washington, D.C., thousands are watching carefully. Sisters Isaura and Ines Pena are outspoken advocates of change.

Portable showers bring drought relief

Residents of East Porterville, California left without running water by the ongoing drought can now shower near their homes. Joe Ybarra reports.

Marital stress can lead to heart disease

A bad marriage can be bad for your heart, literally. A study found that older couples in bad marriages have a higher risk for heart disease than those who are happily wed.

Former Miss Teen Oregon-World arrested in meth drug raid

A 23-year-old woman who was the 2009 winner of the Miss Teen Oregon-World competition was arrested Wednesday when Keizer police raided two addresses as part of a long-running drug investigation.

President Obama's address to the nation on immigration speech

THE PRESIDENT: My fellow Americans, tonight, I’d like to talk with you about immigration.

Quake "Swarm" rattles Oregon

More than 100 earthquakes have been recorded along Oregon's southern border in recent months, leading some to fear a much larger quake is on the way. Keely Chalmers reports.

Memorial honors Rabbi

Remembrance service held in Brookline, Massachusetts for Rabbi Mosheh Twersky after he was killed in a brutal attack inside a Jerusalem synagogue on Tuesday. Kathryn Sotnik reports.

"Racist tweet" triggers outrage

Students walk out, NAACP demands action in wake of racist joke allegedly re-tweeted by Virginia assistant principal. Deanna LeBlanc reports.

Obama Congress

The Keystone XL Oil Pipeline vote failed to pass the Senate, but there is plenty more that Congress has to work on. Tracie Potts reports.