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    Court ruling could be a setback for Obamacare, but the fight isn’t over

    (NBC) – Two separate appeals courts took completely different stances on challenges to the Affordable Care Act on Tuesday. A federal appeals court in Washington, D.C. struck a major blow against the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare. The DC Circuit Court of Appeals ruled 2-1 the act does not allow people to receive subsidies for insurance bought on federal exchanges. Section 36B of the Affordable Care Act reads, subsidies should be provided “through an Exchange established by the […]

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    On the Run: Police say man wanted for father-in-law’s murder may be in Arkansas

    ADAIR COUNTY, Okla. – Authorities say they are searching for a man who is wanted in connection with the murder of a 71-year-old Oklahoma man. On July 13, a neighbor found 71-year-old Wayne Lee Wennerholm dead inside his home. OSBI agents arrested Wennerholm’s daughter, 27-year-old Janice Manken for accessory to murder. Officials say an arrest warrant has been issued for her husband, 40-year-old Douglas Manken, for the murder. Manken was in Gentry, Arkansas on Monday and could now be headed […]

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    Simple steps: How to make up after a fight and the one word you should not say

    It happens to everyone at one time or another. However, experts say there is a right and a wrong way to make up following a fight. Psychologists say you should apologize quickly and move on. The Wall Street Journal broke it down to a few simple step. First, wait to talk it out until ¬†everyone is cooled off. Next, give up the idea of being right and focus on the other person’s feelings. Third, mirror the other person’s position by […]

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    Crews trying to find information on missing mother nearly two decades later

    ROGER COUNTY, Okla. – Authorities in eastern Oklahoma have launched a new effort to find a woman that disappeared nearly two decades ago. New leads came to light that are giving her family hope for answers. “We’re utilizing dogs, ATVs, horses, anything we can to attempt to locate an area that we could possibly start excavation on,” said Scott Walton, with the Rogers County Sheriff’s Office. Crews are searching for Dione Fox, who was reported missing after she failed to […]

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    Brotherly love: Boys put bond to the test in triathlon

    BOISE, Idaho (KTVB) – When you meet¬†Lucas and Noah Aldrich, you can immediately feel the love between the two brothers. 6-year-old Lucas was born with lissencephaly, which means he will never walk, talk or eat on his own. But that hasn’t stopped his family from making sure he has the best life possible. “They definitely have a special bond, the two of them,” Brian Aldrich told KTVB. “You see Lucas light up so much when Noah enters the room. It […]

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    Grieving man’s emotional plea from cemetery goes viral

    CABOT, Ark. – A man decided to film an emotional plea in a cemetery in hopes of spreading an important message. Now, that message has gone viral. Rick Ellis lost his 6-year-old daughter to a drunk driver. That driver was girl’s mother. Ellis went to the cemetery on the fourth anniversary of his daughter’s death and filmed his plea.

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    Tree dedicated to former Beatle meets ironic end

    LOS ANGELES – A tree that stood for years in California’s Griffith Park has met an ironic end. According to the LA Times, The George Harrison Memorial Tree was killed by beetles. The tree was planted in 2004 in memory of ex-Beatle and avid environmentalist George Harrison. Beatle fans, don’t worry. The tree will be replanted soon. Click here for the full story.

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    Mother arrested after leaving 9-year-old daughter in park while she went to work

    NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C. (WJBF) – A mother in South Carolina is in jail after police say she left her 9-year-old daughter at a nearby park. The story has sparked a national debate about minimum wage workers and low-income mothers. Authorities say Debra Harrell was booked on a charge of unlawful conduct toward a child. The incident report says Harrell admitted to leaving her 9-year-old at the park while she went to work at McDonald’s. She says her daughter would play […]

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    ‘My son stopped me,’ Father who beat son’s alleged assailant speaks about attack

    DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – A Florida father who beat up his son’s alleged rapist has been hailed as a hero by many. However, he says his son is the true hero. “My immediate feeling was to kill him so he will never hurt anyone again,” said the victim’s father. The man says he doesn’t regret his reaction but believes the face of the accused, 18-year-old Raymond Frolander, is getting too much publicity. Click here for the original story. “My son […]

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    UPDATE: Police stop motorcyclist who led officers on high-speed chase

    Update: 5:40 p.m. – Police have identified the motorcyclist who led officers on a high-speed chase as Jerod Thompson, 27. Officials say Thompson told police that he ran because he did not have a license and had a crack pipe on him. Police say at one point they considered calling off the chase, but felt it wasn’t too out of control or dangerous to call off. According to the Warr Acres Police Department, the motorcycle has not been reported stolen. […]