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'Highway from Hell' Fed Deadly Volcano

Molten rock from Earth's hellishly hot mantle can punch through miles of overlying crust in a matter of months, a new study finds. Full story

Two Years And Counting: Noble County Lake Death Still A Mystery

ALBION, Ind. (www.incnow.tv) --- Two years after a body floats to the surface of a Noble County lake, baffling questions remain. Full story

Big downtown Seattle tunneling project begins

After years of planning and months of work, the world's largest tunneling machine started drilling Tuesday to create a new route for Highway 99 under downtown Seattle buildings, the Washington Transportation Department said. Full story

Tuesday Evening Forecast 7-30-13

Discussion and Forecast:Near daily precipitation chances and a return to more seasonable temperatures willbe the primary forecast concerns over the next seven days.While showers and thunderstorms are not out of the question overnightthe chances are very low. For the rest of the week into the weekend Full story

Suit Filed against Krazy Glue

(WDIV) Two people have filed a lawsuit in Detroit federal court against the makers of Krazy Glue, claiming the multi-purpose glue won't stick to wood like the front of the bottle claims it will.The class action suit claims Elmers Products, based in Ohio, is making a false advertising claim. The issu Full story

Warmer water brings in jellyfish, intensifies the sting

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – Warm water and warmer weather make this time of year ideal for a visit to the beach, but it's also perfect for marine pests to set up shop just below the water's surface. Full story

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Thursday Evening Forecast 7-25-13

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Wdnesday Evening Forecast 7-24-13

DOE study: Fracking chemicals didn't taint water

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Mars Rover Curiosity Rolls Past Mileage Milestone

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  Forget touchscreens: Now everything can be an interface

What if your doorknob could be a touch interface? What about a fish bowl filled with water? Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University are working to turn the most unusual surfaces into a touch screen.

  Hunky carpenters help homeowners on new show

Four hunky carpenters talk about their new TLC show “Honey Do,” which features handsome handymen helping fix those little things around the house that never seem to get repaired.

  First Read Minute: A New Controversy

NBC’s Mark Murray and Domenico Montanaro report on the new controversy facing the Obama administration after reports surface that the NSA has collected phone records from Verizon. Also, new NBC/WSJ poll numbers show when it comes to immigration, Americans favor a pathway to citizenship, while Obama’

  Global Markets: Europe Stocks Lower

CNBC's Louisa Bojesen reports on all the market moving events from Europe, as concerns surface over risks to medium and small Italian banks.

  Severe thunderstorms forecast from North Texas to South Dakota

Warm winds from the Gulf Coast contributed to Wednesday’s ‘supercell’ tornadoes – a type of twister that develops from supercell thunderstorms.  The Weather Channel’s Mike Seidel reports.

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