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Siegfried and Roy's lion cubs

Magicians Siegfried & Roy welcomed three new white lion cubs to their Secret Garden habitat on the Las Vegas Strip. Fatima Rahmatullah reports.

Brain eating amoeba

When a deadly amoeba was found in Louisiana's municipal water supply last fall, questions and concerns about the safety of drinking water swirled across every part of the state.

Body mistaken for mannequin

Workers hired to clean out a vacant house in Florida, threw out what they thought was a mannequin. Turns out, it was a body! Candace McCowan reports.

Basement child hearing

The parents of Charlie Bothuell, the 12-year-old who went missing for several days and was eventually found in the basement of his father's home, want a parental rights trial to determine who gets custody of their children.

First aid apps

There are numerous first aid apps to help you and your pets this Summer if emergency first aid is needed. Mike Wendland reports  

Billed for death

A family in Michigan is outraged after the fire department sent a bill to the victim of a deadly car crash. Nathan Lehota reports.

Barber promotes reading

This isn't your normal barbershop. You'll find the typical tools of the trade. But also books. For kids walking into Royal Touch Barbershop, it's so much more than haircut.

NBA stars transgender sister killed

Baltimore City homicide detectives are investigating the killing of the transgender sister of NBA star Reggie Bullock. George Lettis reports.

Waitress accused of drugging customer

(KPRC) Dish Society is a trendy new restaurant in the 5700 block of San Felipe, not far from The Galleria area.

Siblings reunited after 53 years

After more than 53 years, a Cleveland, Texas man was reunited with his sister thanks to a Facebook connection and a lot of hard work from his wife. Syan Rhodes reports.

Man declared dead is really alive

A central Kentucky family says the V-A hospital in Lexington made a major mix-up when it declared their loved one dead, when he was actually alive.

Man allowed to keep collection of around 300 snakes in his home

Neighbors may not sleep any easier as a Minnesota man passes a compliance check allowing him to keep his collection of around 300 snakes in his home. Adrienne Broadus reports.

Hidden camera at scout camp

A worker at a Cub Scout Camp in Central Texas has been arrested after a camera was found in a staff shower and some individuals were videotaped. Dawn Denny reports.

A bunch of guys get together to videotape a 9 man pool dunk with a fiery finally

(KGW)- Some guys from Oregon have used their summer leisure time to perfect an extremely organized slam dunk. The 9-man stunt that the "Jambroz" put together involves a ring of fire at the end for some extra heat.

Leaving your dogs in a hot car

(WHAG) Those with animal control in Frederick County said they've seen an increase of people leaving their dogs in hot cars this year.