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Boy found, mystery remains

(WDIV) A missing 12-year-old Detroit, Michigan boy was found alive and well in his father's basement Wednesday afternoon.

U.S. Marine jailed in Mexico fights to be freed

A U.S. Marine continues to battle for his own freedom. Sergeant Andrew Tahmooressi has been jailed in Mexcio on weapons charges since March.

Shark in the park?

(WESH) Wildlife workers are trying to catch a shark in pond inside a city park in Indian Harbour Beach, Florida pond. Trapper James Dean believes someone dumped the 4-foot bull shark into the pond at Gleason Park.

Two dead in Miami shooting

(NBC News) Police in Miami, Florida are searching for answers after an overnight shooting that left two people dead and up to eight more wounded.

10 Most Stressed Out Cities

(CNNMoney) -- From sky-high rents and gridlocked traffic to widespread poverty and unemployment, residents in these cities have a lot to stress about. 1. New York

U.S. appeals court strikes down same-sex marriage ban in major ruling

(CNN) -- In a significant first, a U.S.

Running for hunger

(WEAU) A Wisconsin high school student is literally going the distance to help fight hunger. Kyle Lang, who will be a senior at West Salem High School, is running 101 miles to raise funds and awareness.

Last second rescue

(KPRC) Police officers find themselves in precarious situations all the time. The difference in this story is that every hair-raising second was caught on camera.

Ashes abandoned

(KSHB) House after house on Kansas City, Missouri's East 27th Terrace is abandoned. Ilijah Farley walks past the row near his street every day.

All eyes on rising river

(KARE) As the sun rose over the city of Delano Monday residents stopped by to gawk at the overflowing Crow River, lapping just just inches away from the sidewalk on River Street.

Dog deaths probed

(KPNX) Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio has pledged to "take action" if any criminal neglect or cruelty played a role in the apparent heat-exhaustion deaths of 20 dogs at a Gilbert, Arizona boarding facility last week.

"If you give a lion a cookie"

(WMC) A woman was uninjured after entering a lion exhibit at the Memphis Zoo in an attempt to feed the big cats cookies. Visitors contacted Memphis Zoo security when the woman jumped the barrier into the lions' enclosure.

Kerry pledges support

Secretary of State John Kerry says U.S. support of Iraqi security forces will be "intense and sustained" as they battle ISIS militants. Steve Handelsman reports.

Sandusky: "Inexplicable delays"

(NBC News) A report reviewing the child molestation investigation of former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky was made public Monday. The review was ordered by Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane.

Airman surprises grandma

(WTLV) Dressed in military fatigues and with some of his family by his side, Kyle Richert, slipped into the back door of a Jacksonville, Florida Longhorn Steakhouse with a single mission: surprise his grandmohter.