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Roommate set on fire

(WFLA) A Florida woman is in jail after allegedly setting her roommate on fire.

Harvest heartbreak: Beans stolen

(KWWL) An Iowa farmer says he's out more than $18,000 after someone combined 18 acres of his crops.

Top Prize? - Kid in claw machine

(WBIR) A Tennessee toddler is safe after getting stuck inside a toy vending machine. 18-month-old Colin Lambert managed to climb into the toy machine at a coin laundry shop in Maryville on Tuesday.

Caught on cam: Family firebombed!

(WDIV) It's clear from home surveillance video that the fire at a Dearborn Heights, Michigan home was no accident.

What's in a name?

Woman named "Isis" says her name is causing problems following the rise of the militant army fighting to take over Iraq and Syria. Rachelle Murcia reports.

U.S. Ebola

(NBC News) New rules are in effect for anyone traveling to the U.S. from three West African nations stricken by Ebola. They'll be on fever watch for 21 days after arriving.

Ebola: Security tightened

(NBC News) New restrictions on travelers entering the United States from three Ebola infected countries went into effect Wednesday.

Terror on the road

(NBC News) Video recorded by two Pennsylvania delivery men shows the moment they were caught up in a horrifying crash. It started Monday when the men noticed an erratic driver on a two lane road in Uniontown, Pennsylvania.

WWII vet receives diploma

World War II Navy veteran finally receives the high school diploma he earned in more than 60 years ago. Danielle Cotterman reports.

Cast out for pot

(KBMT) A Beaumont, Texas woman claims she has been cast out of her church for her use of medicinal marijuana.

Several couples tie the knot after Wyoming legalizes same-sex marriage

(KCWY) Wyoming became the 32nd state to legalize same-sex marriage Tuesday and several couples made their dream a reality.

Teal pumpkins: Safer treats

Parents are encouraging houses offering non-food treats to display teal pumpkins so children with allergies will know it's safe to stop. Erika Edwards reports.

Battling financial hacking

Hackers are stealing millions of financial records from banks resulting in thefts from bank accounts, credit card accounts and businesses. Steve Handelsman reports.

Caught on cam: Labor at gunpoint

Police dash cam shows police holding a woman in at gunpoint after she and her husband were pulled over while speeding to the hospital. Jannay Towne reports.

Fighting for his flag

(WTHR) A Korean war veteran says the flagpole in his Greenfield, Indiana front yard stands for freedom. His homeowners association says the flagpole breaks the rules.