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Relief arrives for Arizona vets

(KPNX) Arizona veterans are facing some of the longest wait times for medical care in the country, according to an audit by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, which also shows some patients have been waiting years for an appointment.

Fiery gas station crash, rescue caught on camera

A terrifying scene at a New York gas station, as  a crash leads to a fiery explosion at the pumps, but a fearless off-duty police officer risked his own life to pull a badly hurt driver to safety and all caught on video, John Goff has the

A tunnel for turtles

(KARE) Minnesota's first tunnel designed specifically for migrating turtles is being installed on a rural road near Big Marine Lake in Washington County.

FBI joins search for missing family

(KTUU) The search for a Kenai, Alaska family missing for almost two weeks is intensifying, with multiple agencies now involved in following up on any potential leads.

Code talker remembered

Sidney Bedoni, one of the Navajo Code Talkers crucial to American success in World War II, has passed away at the age of 91. Bruce Cooper reports. (KPNX) Navajo Code Talker Sidney Bedoni died Sunday. He was 91.

Graduate stands tall

(WDIV) A Detroit, Michigan high school graduate who spent most of her student career on a motorized scooter walked across the stage to receive her diploma Tuesday night.

Bedroom tickler on the loose

(NECN) Massachusetts police are searching for a man who allegedly broke into three Boston homes overnight, and in one case, tickled the foot of a sleeping student inside.

Sunscreen in your cup?

(KPNX) The days of asking a friend to rub sunscreen on your back could soon be a thing of the past. One skin care company claims to have invented the first drinkable sunscreen.

Teacher invents school door lock designed to keep dangerous intruders out of classrooms

(KWQC) It's a simple metal piece that can save lives during an active shooter setting. All you do is slip it on the door closer and it can resist up to 550 pounds of force.

Freshman killed in Oregon school shooting remembered as "great friend"

(NBC News) Residents of Troutdale, Oregon are in mourning in the wake of Tuesday's deadly school shooting. Shots rang out in the gym before the first school bell Tuesday at Reynolds High.

Rep. Eric Cantor loses primary to Tea Party candidate

(NBC News) The second-highest ranking Republican in The House will soon be out of a job. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor lost his party's primary Tuesday.

Fighting mosquitoes with garlic?

(WMC) It is summer, and that means you need to protect yourself from mosquitoes. Exterminators say there are ways you can fight back, and that includes a new product that uses garlic to battle the pesky creatures.

Into the depths!

(KTTC) Niagara Cave in Harmony, Minnesota is celebrating its 80th anniversary by offering a new tour to visitors. For the first time in its history, explorers to the cave can tour the underground caverns by LED lantern light.

Clinton kicks off book tour

(NBC News) Hillary Clinton seemed to make a not-so-subtle hint about her future Tuesday during the first stop of her nationwide book tour, saying the book "Hard Choices" isn't just about the tough decisions she's had to make i

Shocking neglect: Untreated cancer

(WBBH) In her 12 years on the job, Charlotte County, Florida Animal Control Officer Reannon Juergensen hasn't dealt with cruelty and neglect cases like this one.