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    Caitlyn Jenner will not face charges in fatal car accident

    MALIBU, Calif – Caitlyn Jenner will not face any charges associated with a fatal car accident in Malibu earlier this year. On Feb. 7, Jenner was driving along the Pacific Coast Highway when her Escalade hit another car, causing a chain-reaction crash. Officials say Kim Howe’s Lexus rear-ended a Toyota Prius on the highway. At that point, Jenner’s Escalade rear-ended Howe’s car, which pushed it into oncoming traffic. Howe died from her injuries at the scene. Authorities say Jenner was […]

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    German ‘murder’ victim found alive 30 years after disappearance

    DUSSELDORF, Germany – A German woman who was reported missing 31 years ago, and was declared dead five years later, has been found alive. Petra Pazsitka disappeared from student housing in the northern German city of Braunschweig in 1984. She was a 24-year-old computer science student at the time. According to NBC News, a suspect in the rape and murder of a 14-year-old girl from the same area confessed to Pazsitka’s murder, but a body was never found. She was […]

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    ‘Ghost Adventures’ experts found dead

    SPARKS, Nev. – A couple who is well-known to fans of a popular Travel Channel show has died following a standoff. Mark and Debbie Constantino were found dead inside an apartment near Sparks High School. On Tuesday, officers were called to an apartment complex after a woman said she found her male roommate dead and her female roommate was missing. Authorities were able to track Debbie Constantino’s cellphone to her daughter’s apartment. Police learned that Constantino was likely with her […]

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    Pope Francis calls for tolerance, inclusive society during U.S. visit

    WASHINGTON – During his first full day of his American tour, Pope Francis spoke about the climate, discrimination and tolerance. Pope Francis says that people around the world should reject discrimination, adding that Catholics in America should be committed to building a society “which is truly tolerant and inclusive.” He says that “every form of unjust discrimination” must be rejected and that America must respect religious liberty. “That freedom remains one of America’s most precious possessions,” he said. Francis, called […]

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    Pope Francis arrives in the U.S. for historic visit

    WASHINGTON – Pope Francis arrived in Washington D.C. on Tuesday. The visit kicked off a six-day American tour, in which he meets the President, address Congress, speak to the United Nations, headline star-studded celebrations, lead thousands in prayer and visit with immigrants, prisoners and the homeless. The President and first family greeted the Pope when he landed in the afternoon at Andrews Air Force Base. Click here to watch KFOR’s live stream coverage of the Pope landing at Andrews Air Force Base […]

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    Lottery winners waiting on lawmakers, prize money put on hold until a budget is passed

    CHICAGO – Several residents in Illinois thought they had finally hit the jackpot when they won thousands of dollars through the state’s lottery. However, it seems their luck has run out. In all, 29 lottery winners are still waiting for their winnings following a budget freeze. Since July, the state lottery says it won’t make any large payments until lawmakers pass a state budget. “All winners will be paid in full as soon as the Lottery and the Illinois Comptroller have […]

  • Rowan County, Kentucky, clerk Kim Davis was remanded into custody by U.S. District Judge David Bunning Thursday, September 3, 2015. Davis refused to issue marriage licenses for same-sex couples stating doing so was against her religious beliefs.

    Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis freed from jail

    ROWAN COUNTY, Ky. – A federal judge ruled that a Kentucky clerk who refused to issue marriage licenses may leave jail. Last week, Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis was found in contempt of court. Davis has not issued any marriage licenses since the Supreme Court ruled that states must allow same-sex marriages. Davis says her religious beliefs will not allow her to issue marriage licenses to gay couples. On Tuesday, a judge ruled that Davis should be released from jail as long […]


    Doctors say bizarre operation will save man’s hand

    HOUSTON – Doctors say a bizarre operation will save a Texas man’s hand. A couple of months ago Frank Reyes burned his hand so badly, he needed more than a skin graft, he needed new blood supply to the hand, which doctors got by using his abdomen. At 87 years old, there’s not much that can slow down the Texas cattleman. He was changing a tire when a lowboy trailer fell on his hand. Nothing was broken but the trailer […]

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    Student credits iPhone for saving his life

    FRESNO, Calif. – A college student has his iPhone to thank for saving his life. A student at Fresno State University was robbed just outside his apartment. During the struggle over the student’s computer bag, the suspect fired one shot. “He was shocked and sweating. And he said ‘I got mugged. And the person who mugged me shot me in the leg,'” said the victim’s roommate, Faris Alotaibi. But Faris told KSEE that he didn’t see any blood. “The jeans […]

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    ‘Deflategate’ decision: Judge rules in favor of Tom Brady, throws out NFL star’s suspension

    Fans of the New England Patriots will be able to see quarterback Tom Brady in action sooner than expected. On Thursday, a federal judge thew out Brady’s four-game suspension for the so-called ‘deflategate’ scandal. The NFL suspended Brady after it concluded that he and two New England Patriots equipment managers conspired to under inflate some of the footballs used in the AFC championship. Experts say by letting air out of the footballs, it makes them easier to grip. The Patriots […]

  • Kim Davis refuses to issue marriage licenses

    Kentucky county clerk defies Supreme Court, refuses to issue marriage licenses

    ROWAN COUNTY, Ky. – Despite an order from the U.S. Supreme Court, a county clerk in Kentucky is still refusing to issue marriage licenses. David Moore and David Ernold went to the Rowan County Clerk’s office for a marriage license, but were denied a fourth time. Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis says she is refusing to issue the licenses to same-sex couples “under the authority of God.” Davis says her religious beliefs will not allow her to issue marriage licenses […]