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    Here’s how to get a free iPhone 6 from Verizon

    NEW YORK (CNNMoney) – The iPhone 6 hasn’t even been released yet, but there’s already a way to get it for free. In an unusual move, Verizon Wireless announced that it would give away one of the phones Apple revealed on Tuesday afternoon. The catch? Customers must turn in their old iPhone and sign a two-year agreement with Verizon. Carriers usually offer a discount on phones to customers who sign a service contract and sometimes will offer older versions for […]

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    Website creates list of ‘Safest Colleges in America’

    If you are looking for a safe place to go to school, you may want to check out a list by University Primetime. It has created its list of the ‘Safest Colleges in America.’

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    Firefighters suspended for not removing American flags, military decals from lockers

    MAYWOOD, Ill. (WGN) – A few firefighters at a fire department in Illinois have been relieved of their duties for refusing to remove patriotic symbols from their lockers and helmets. The Maywood fire chief says the decision is about uniformity and bias. However, some firefighters say it is simply about respect for the American flag. Firefighters told WGN that tension started to rise when the chief ordered an American flag be removed from the inside of Fire Station 2.  It was […]

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    Police: Pit bull used as weapon in hate crime

    DES MOINES, Iowa – An Iowa man is accused of using racial slurs before sending his pit bull to attack another man. The incident is now being investigated as a hate crime. Des Moines police say 21-year-old Joshua Stoll was driving drunk when he came to a sudden stop after seeing Kanin Pierce and his brother. “A vehicle had driven by at a high rate of speed. Once it got past them, it came to a very quick stop,” said […]

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    Filmmaker says he was able to cross border dressed as ISIS terrorist

    CLEVELAND (WJW)  – A controversial filmmaker says he wanted to test border security in Cleveland, Ohio. He says he was able to dress up as an ISIS terrorist and travel across Lake Erie from Canada without ever being stopped. James O’Keefe claims he traveled from Canada to Cleveland while dressed as a member of ISIS on a boat carrying a fake Ebola virus without ever being stopped. He recorded his whole test and posted it to YouTube. The United States […]

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    Mother furious after she says school cafeteria ran out of food

    CITY VIEW, Texas – Three weeks into the school year and one Texas parent says her children are going hungry. “I understand you might not have everything on there to offer, but at least have a main meal to offer them,” said Krissandra Nabors. Nabors’ daughter and two sons all attend City View High School. She says she is a proud Mustang parent, especially when her two boys take the football field. “Because, again, they need all the nutrition, and […]

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    OSBI: Two arrested in Oklahoma murder-for-hire plot

    MCALESTER, Okla. – Authorities say two Oklahoma residents are being charged in an alleged murder-for-hire plot. Officials say 53-year-old Billy Crenshaw asked an acquaintance to kill his granddaughter’s mother in early September. According to the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation, Crenshaw had custody of the toddler but her mother wanted her back. Agents say Crenshaw offered to give the acquaintance a gun with the serial number ground off and then forgive a debt owed to him. The acquaintance then spoke […]

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    Woman stunned after stumbling upon convicted killer’s Facebook page

    FISHER, Ark. – An inmate’s use of social media shocks his victim’s family and sparks an investigation. Imagine logging onto Facebook and seeing someone who victimized your family posting updated photos behind bars. Doris Reeves says that’s exactly what happened to her and now she is fighting to protect other families from the same trauma. Reeves holds on to a photo and fond memory from the last time she saw her younger sister, Karen. “She loved people, she loved life,” she […]

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    Case closed? Scientists say they have identified Jack the Ripper, but experts not so sure

    LONDON (CNN) – A murder mystery more than 100 years in the making may have been solved. Some scientists claim they have found the true identity of Jack the Ripper using DNA evidence. However, many people are questioning the reliability of those tests. Catherine Edowess is known as Jack the Ripper’s fourth victim. Her mangled body was found in 1888 but may have contained a hidden clue that could solve the case of Jack the Ripper. Russell Edwards says he […]

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    VIDEO: Flooding along highway sweeps man, van into ravine

    Warning: Video contains language that may not be suited for some viewers. LAS VEGAS – Flooding in the southwestern United States have closed highways and washed away roads in the area, stranding some residents. Shocking videos have surfaced, showing cars being swept away by the flood waters. In Arizona, two people have died after their vehicles were caught in the floods. A video posted to YouTube claims to show flooding along I-15 in Las Vegas. In the video, you can see […]

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    “I was scared,” Texas officer gives 7-year-old ticket for driving golf cart

    GALVESTON, Texas – A 7-year-old Texas boy learned the hard way that the long arm of the law doesn’t care how old you are. An officer issued him a ticket for driving a golf cart on the beach. Now, he’s facing a fine and his mother is furious. Clayton and his mom were searching for treasure Thursday along Galveston’s shoreline when he hopped behind the wheel of their golf cart. That is when a Galveston police officer stopped them. “When […]