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Michigan upholds marriages

(WDIV) A judge has ruled Michigan must recognize the marriages of 300 same-sex couples wed last March after the state's ban on same-sex marriage was struck down, but prior to a stay on that ruling.

Teacher faces more sex charges

(KSL) A former Utah high school teacher has been jailed without bond following accusations that she had sex with a third teenage boy.

Toddler killed after escaping crib

Investigators say 18-month-old climbed out of his crib and left home on his own before wandering into the street, where he was hit and killed. Dave McDaniel reports.

Roses raise a stink

Neighbors complain about odor generated by Minnesota greenhouse, one of the largest rose producers in the world. Allen Costantini reports.

Protesters face charges

(KARE) Charges have been filed against ten people identified as leaders of the demonstration that authorities say disrupted business and caused chaos at the Bloomington, Minnesota's Mall of America on one of the busiest shopping days of the

Suspect steals police cruiser

(WPXI) Pennsylvania investigators say a woman who was detained on shoplifting suspicions somehow managed to climb through a police cruiser's glass partition, and speed away while remaining handcuffed.

Baby of murder suspect missing

(WILX) A Michigan woman charged with the murder of her own baby last year is in jail again after police learned she had another baby that's now missing. The boy was born while she was out on bond.

Bathroom snake surprise

(WFMJ) A Sharon, Ohio woman is rattled after an unwanted house guest made a surprise visit.

Mumps outbreak spreads

(KTVB) Two new cases of mumps have been confirmed in Boise, Idaho. Health officials say the cases are linked to an outbreak at the University of Idaho.

"Oregon Trail" returns

(KGW) The 1980's era computer game "Oregon Trail" is back, and some in the state believe that could lead to big tourism money for Oregon.

Women set ablaze

(WHO) A 24-year-old Iowa man is behind bars after allegedly setting fire to two women.

Fire Chief fired: Reed defends decision

Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed says he made the right decision in firing former Fire Chief for distributing book attacking homosexuals. Blayne Alexander reports.

More of moo to love

(KSEE) A cow has given birth to an extremely rare set of triplets on Porterville, California dairy farm. All three calves are alive and well but their future is a little uncertain.

Husband denies tattoo assault

(WLEX) A Lawrenceburg, Kentucky man has been indicted on charges stemming from an alleged assault in which he tattooed a vulgar word on his wife's back at gunpoint.

RV's: Ready to roll!

(WFLA) Organizers are expecting their biggest crowds in years at the Florida RV Supershow this week thanks to lower fuel prices and a healthier economy.