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    Update: Missing Texas woman’s DNA found in trunk of suspect’s car, police say

    UPDATED 12/19/14 2:38 P.M. PLANO, Texas (KDFW) – According to arrest warrants, Christina Morris’ DNA was found in the trunk of Enrique Arochi’s truck. The  new details come nearly one week after Arochi was arrested and charged for allegedly kidnapping the 23-year-old Plano woman. FOX4 is reporting the DNA evidence is believed to be from Morris’ blood or saliva. Surveillance video shows Arochi with Morris in the parking garage, according to investigators. Morris still has not been found, despite continued […]

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    Grandmother accused of poisoning grandson by slipping drug into sippy cup

    PICKENS COUNTY, S.C. (WYFF) – A 43-year-old South Carolina woman is accused of giving her grandson a lethal dose of oxycodone in a sippy cup. Deputies with the Pickens County Sheriff’s Office were called to a home after learning that a child was not breathing. The 14-month-old boy was pronounced dead after being taken to a hospital. According to WYFF, the coroner conducted an autopsy and found that the toddler had a lethal dose of oxycodone in his system. Investigators […]

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    Washington governor proposes 95 percent tax on vapor products, e-cigarettes

    FIFE, Wash. (KING) – As thousands of smokers across the country are trying to kick the habit for the New Year, many are turning to electronic cigarettes. However, Washington Governor Jay Inslee says those electronic smokers should help fill a gap in the state budget. He wants to impose a 95 percent tax on any and all vapor products. The tax hike was one of several the governor outlined in his budget plan, which was announced on Thursday. Instantly, the […]

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    Video: “I feel betrayed,” Outraged father confronts accused child rapist in court

    LAS VEGAS (KSNV) – Authorities in Las Vegas call it one of the most heinous cases of sexual abuse against children they have ever seen. Christopher Sena is facing 58 charges related to child pornography, sexual assault and incest. Sena’s wife, Deborah, and his ex-wife, Terrie, also face a combined 27 charges related to raping their own children. Prosecutors say there are six known victims but there is the possibility of more who have not come forward yet. Authorities believe […]

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    Family makes creepy discovery after buying couch on Craigslist

    WEST COLUMBIA, S.C. (WIS) – A South Carolina family says a couch that they purchased on Craigslist cost them a lot more than the initial purchase price. “My husband was browsing on Craigslist, and he found a sectional sofa for a really good deal,” said Katie Johns. “It was like $250, and he called me and said, ‘How about we get a new sofa?” The couple met the seller at a storage unit and purchased the couch. In about a […]

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    Still buying Christmas presents? Thousands of companies celebrate ‘Free Shipping Day’

    NEW YORK – With seven days before Christmas, many families are working to get all those presents under the tree before Dec. 25. If you still have a bit of holiday shopping to complete, several companies are hoping you head to a website to finish off those wish lists. Dec. 18 has been named ‘Free Shipping Day’ with more than 1,100 retailers offering free shipping to customers who make online purchases on Thursday. There is no minimum purchase required to […]

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    U.S. officials: “linkage to North Korea” hacking, theater threats

    Updated 12/17/14 9:09 p.m. (NBC)– U.S. officials believe the North Korean government is behind the internet hack that leaked through a massive security breach, threatening Sony Pictures Entertainment upon the release of their film, ‘The Interview.’ Officials told NBC that although the hack occurred outside of North Korea, they suspect that the hackers were acting on behalf of the North Korean government. “We have found linkage to the North Korean government,” according to a U.S. government source. The officials offered […]

  • Little girl with one year left to live asking for Christmas cards

    FOUNTAIN GREEN, Utah – A little girl with a life-threatening illness is asking for a lifetime of Christmas cards this year. “Cerebral atrophy is just a symptom of what is wrong, but she is undiagnosed,” Tami Fausett, Addie’s mother, said. “She kind of stopped growing when she was 3,” she added. Since then, her mother says the bubbly and energetic little girl, who now weighs just 23 pounds, continues to struggle. Doctors say 6-year-old Addie only has one year left to […]

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    Popular website releases top baby names for 2014

      A parenting and pregnancy website has released the top baby names for 2014. According to Baby Center, the top baby names for 2014 are Jackson and Sophia. 10 most popular girl names of 2014: Sophia Emma Olivia Ava Isabella Mia Zoe Lily Emily Madeyln Click here to see the top 100 baby girl names of 2014 10 most popular boys names of 2014: Jackson Aiden Liam Lucas Noah Mason Ethan Caden Jacob Logan Click here to see the top 100 […]

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    FBI is warning businesses to protect their data

    The FBI is warning U.S. businesses to protect their data. The “flash warning” was issued after hackers used malicious software to attack Sony Pictures Entertainment last week. The confidential warning issued to businesses on Monday provided some technical details about the malicious software. The FBI occasionally issues warnings to provide businesses with details about emerging cyber threats.

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    Toy troubles: Organization releases list of dangerous toys

    With Christmas just around the corner, many parents are scrambling to get all the items on your children’s Christmas lists. However, experts say there may be a few items that you want to leave on the shelves. The annual “Trouble in Toyland” report from the U.S. Public Interest Research Group warns parents about choking hazards and other problems that could be harmful to kids. “We found toy safety sheriff’s badges that exceeded the allowable limit for lead,” said Sujatha Jahagirdar, […]