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SNEAK PEEK: Two Shots Fired
A Sheriff’s deputy named Jeremy Banks, speaks out for the first time on Dateline about the death of 24-year-old Michelle O’Connell.
Raw Video: Helicopters Rescue Avalanche Survivors
Survivors involved in an avalanche that killed least 12 Nepalese guides preparing routes up Mount Everest for commercial climbers are flown in for medical care.
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West, Texas Marks One Year Since Fertilizer Plant Blast
West, Texas residents try to rebuild and remember the 15 who died last year after a fertilizer plant explosion. Kurt Gregory reports.
Meet The 'Claw Machine' Kid
The mother of the 3-year-old Nebraska boy who was discovered inside an arcade machine across the street from his home, talks about about the boy's now-famous photo. WOWT's John Chapman reports.
Dad Kills Son So He Could Play Video Games
A 24-year-old Florida father admits to killing his infant son so he could have more time to play video games. WFLA's Chip Osowski reports.
Police: Marijuana May Have Led To Murder
Colorado police say that marijuana candy may have played a role in the 9-1-1 murder of man's wife. Meantime, man's brother says shooting is "unexplainable." KUSA's Whitney Wild reports.
Chilean President Visits Fire-Ravaged Town
Chilean President Michelle Bachelet visits neighborhood leveled by fire in Valparaiso.
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Letters Order Jews in East Ukraine to Register
NBC’s Jim Maceda brings you the latest from Donetsk in Eastern Ukraine, where official-looking letters are being circulated, demanding Jews register with the government, or risk losing their citizenship.
Many Support Mom Who Left Kids in Car Alone
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