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New hospital gowns: The cover-up

A new hospital gown developed by the Henry Ford Innovation Institute strives to take patient care and decency to an all new high. Dr. Frank McGeorge reports.

No murder charges for "Van Mom"

Prosecutors agree to drop attempted murder charges against Ebony Wilkerson, the mother who drove a van into the ocean with her children inside. Claire Metz reports.

Grandma fights carjackers

(WTHR) Police are investigating a brutal attack on a 67-year-old Indianapolis woman. The attack happened around 7:00 Sunday night during an attempted carjacking.

Royals visit Ground Zero

(NBC News) Under somber skies, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge made a somber visit to new York's 9-11 Museum and Memorial Tuesday.

Chuck E. Cheese assault

(KUSA) Police in Englewood, Colorado are investigating an alarming case of child sex assault at a restaurant designed for kids.

Baby arrives as home burns

(WCMH) Alexandria Pritchard came into the world at 8:10 a.m. Monday at Lancaster, Ohio's Fairview Medical Center. At 9 pounds, 2 ounces, she was healthy and happy.

"Tsunami Tower" under construction

(KING) The site of Westport, Washington's Ocosta Elementary School sits at about 25 feet above sea level.

Body found in fridge

Houston police search for murder suspect and missing 11-month-old after mother's body was found stuffed in apartment refrigerator. Jennifer Bauer reports.

Utah: Warmest December in decades

(KSL) Running barefoot and in shorts, sunbathing and golf: they're things you seldom see people doing in Utah in December.

"He should have been charged"

(KING) Miyekko "Koko" Durden-Bosley says she still can't believe the Seattle police officer who punched her while she was handcuffed in a patrol car will not be charged in state court.

Portland sues Uber

(KGW) The City of Portland, Oregon is suing Uber after the company launched operations there on Friday.

Ebola vaccine trials come to a halt in Switzerland

The clinical trial of an ebola vaccine in Switzerland has been interrupted after some patients complained of joint pains in their hands and feet. The trial was being conducted at the University of Geneva Hospital.

Entire Dubai mall dedicated to over 300,000 shoes

With only 14 days left until Christmas, the rush to buy gifts is on. But with so much choice, what do you get that special someone?

Homeowner leaves poop package for thieves

Revenge is a dish best served cold and in the case of a D.C. couple, stinky.

Jesus on a tortilla?

Jesus' face on a tortilla? Maybe! Check out the center burn mark on this piece of bread. A Texas man says its Jesus' head, complete with facial hair.