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Tuesday, September 30, 2014 - 7:46am

National News + World News

Pennsylvania manhunt continues

(NBC News) Pennsylvania authorities say they know who opened fire on two Pennsylvania State Troopers at their barracks late Friday, killing one and critically injuring another.

Poodle vs. Bear

(WPXI) Casper the dog may be mini, but he takes his job of patrolling the Riggar family home in Uniontown, Pennsylvania seriously.

Healing with art

(KUSA) When someone has to undergo radiation for brain cancer, a patient must be immobilized on a table to secure the treatment is on the exact spot where the cancer lives.

Drunk deputy triggers crash

Indiana police say off-duty sheriff's deputy's blood alcohol was four times the legal limit when he caused multi-car crash. Steve Jefferson reports.

Accused cannibal killer in court

(WAVE) Horrific details of a southern Indiana homicide were released Monday, including allegations that Joseph Oberhansley ate portions of Tammy Jo Blanton's brain, heart and lungs after stabbing her to death.

Bridge goes boom!

(WPSD) Part of a Kentucky bridge came tumbling down Tuesday morning. Demolition crews imploded a 400-foot section of the Old Ledbetter Bridge near Paducah.

Volunteering: A win-win

(KPLC) The death of a spouse or retiring from a long-time career can leave senior adults looking for their place as they navigate through a "new normal." Volunteering can bring fulfillment and health benefits to the person willing to

iPhone 6 releases today

Today was the day millions of eager iPhone 6 fans were waiting for. It's been billed as the latest, and greatest from Apple: bigger, faster, smarter.

Caught on cam: Carjacker confession

(KFOR) A dramatic car chase through Oklahoma City ended with an on-camera capture and confession Monday. It started with a taxi cab driver getting carjacked and ended with the suspect hiding in the woods near I-35.

Poison in the coffee?

(KPRC) Prosecutors in Houston, Texas opened testimony in the trial of cancer doctor Dr. Ana Maria Gonzalez-Angulo, telling jurors she was involved in a love triangle with colleague that mimicked the movie, "Fatal Attraction."

Community mourns murdered children

(WIS) A grieving community came together Monday night in a dark Red Bank, South Carolina sanctuary, only lit by candlelight at times, to begin what will likely be a long healing process.

Home run for baseball collector?

Nevada man believes he's scored a rare Honus Wagner baseball card worth hundreds of thousands of dollars for less than $200 on eBay. Elias Johnson reports.

Shark attacks close beaches

Swimmers and surfers are being told to stay out of the water near Monterey, California after two suspected Great White attacks. Phil Gomez reports.

Amazon releases new devices

Amazon just released a new set of tablets and e-Readers. A $79 Kindle and the Kindle Voyage are the company's new e-Reader offerings.

8 year-old boy burned in fire challenge (Graphic Pics)

An eight year-old boy is in an Alabama hospital after he was injured in a dangerous game.