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Residents living along Louisiana's Houston River might consider flooding a major inconvenience, but one woman is making the best of it. KPLC's Lee Peck reports.
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John Endreson lost much of his home in Hurricane Sandy. He says his share of his the family's winnings will help him finish rebuilding his home and make it a bit easier to retire once he's ready.
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A man began yelling at President Obama just as he started his remarks on the economy. The crowd responded with boos and cheers of support for the president as an officer escorted the heckler from the event.
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With smartphone thefts on the rise, the mobile phone industry is working to make stolen devices worthless to criminals.
Man Claims Family Was Kicked Off Flight for Negative Tweet
The man says Southwest Airlines employees demanded he delete his tweet in order for his family to be allowed back on the plane. KARE’s A.J. Lagoe reports.
Man Has 170-Pound Tumor Removed After 14 Years
After 14 years, a California man adjusts to life without the 170 pound tumor that nearly crippled him. KGET's Rachelle Murcia reports.
Father's Emotional Drunk Driving Warning Goes Viral
A man who lost his daughter in a drunk driving crash records a video in front of her grave in hopes of helping others avoid the same fate. KARK’s Brittney Johnson reports.
Market Basket Former CEO May Buy Chain
Grocery store's former CEO makes an offer to buy the majority share in the embattled New England grocery chain, much to the relief of employees. NECN's Katelyn Flint reports.
Barracuda Leaps Into Teen's Boat, Severs Artery
A Florida teen is severely injured when a 70 pound barracuda he's hooked leaps into his boat and severs an artery in his arm. WESH's Travell Eiland reports.
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