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County Officials in Washington Landslide Area to Consider Building Ban

Officials in the Washington county where a deadly mudslide struck last month are set to introduce an ordinance Wednesday that would put an emergency moratorium on new construction in landslide-prone areas.The development ban in Snohomish County would last for six months.

Chicago Resident Wins Lottery Three Times in Three Weeks

Christopher Kaelin, an occasional lottery player, won the same lottery game three times in three weeks, officials announced Wednesday.

Toddler Who Fell From Third-Floor Window Not Hurt: Police

A toddler who fell out of a third-story window in lower Manhattan early Wednesday miraculously wasn't seriously injured in the plunge, police say.

Watch Live: Michael Phelps Announces Return to Swimming

Olympic gold medalist swimmer Michael Phelps announces that he plans to return to competitive swimming.

1888 Shipwreck Rediscovered Under Golden Gate Bridge

By NBCBayArea.comA steamship that sank with 16 passengers aboard in 1888 has been located again under the Golden Gate Bridge, leading to the release of new sonar images of the boat sitting upright, covered in mud.

Chelsea Manning Allowed to Formally Change Name

The Army private convicted of funneling intelligence secrets to whistleblowing website WikiLeaks can legally change her name to Chelsea Elizabeth Manning, a judge ruled Wednesday.

Aurora Case on Hold While James Holmes Appeals Sanity Hearing

Colorado movie-massacre shooter James Holmes is appealing a judge's order for a second sanity evaluation, bogging down the timetable for a trial that was to start two months ago.

Soldier Claims Squatters Stole His House

The soldier says a man he paid to do repairs has taken up residency in the home and refuses to leave. WFLA’s Shannon Behnken reports.

Shark Attacks Florida Tourist

A German tourist is bitten by a shark off the Florida coast. WESH's Stephanie Kolp reports.

Men Keep Undies For 7 Years, Don't Change Everyday

Researchers report the average man keeps a pair of underwear for 7 years, and that 22 percent of the men admit to not changing their underpants every day. KPNX's Kevin Kennedy reports.

Study: Paper Money Hosts Hundreds of Bacteria

A new study finds cash is covered in hundreds of different types of bacteria, including pneumonia. KFYR's Sarabeth Ackerman reports.

Violent Murder Shocks Senior Citizen Community

Authorities suspect an elderly man of bludgeoning his two roommates to death. KPRC's Amanda Perez reports.

US Citizen Detained In Cuba 'Not Doing Well'

20 New Dinosaur Species Found In Utah

Scientists and students working at a Utah fossil field are hard at work discovering and revealing new dinosaur species. KSL's John Hollenhorst reports.

Alleged School Abuse Caught On Camera

A teacher's hidden camera appears to show employees abusing students at an Atlanta school. WXIA's Kevin Rowson reports the teacher said she wasn't getting answers from the administration.

Georgia Governor: Gun Bill Protects 'Law Abiding Citizens'

Just before signing a controversial gun bill into law, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal talks about the positive aspects of expanding locations citizens can carry firearms in the state without penalty.

Man Attempts Two Robberies Wielding Potato

Workers at a Rhode Island dry cleaner fooled a robber with counterfeit money after he entered the store using a potato as a gun. WJAR’s Cierra Putman Reports.

Rock Climber Recounts Fracturing Spine After 30-Foot Fall

Video shows rescuers efforts to retrieve the man after he fell from a granite wall in Yosemite National Park. KCRA’s Mallory Hoff Reports.

Supreme Court Puts Limit on Compensation to Child Pornography Victims

The Supreme Court has ruled that victims of child pornography should be paid restitution by those convicted of possessing the material — but within limits.

Teacher at American Schools Overseas May Have Molested Scores of Boys

The FBI is trying to find more victims of a child molester believed to have preyed on scores of students at American schools overseas — drugging, abusing and photographing them over decades in a case that may be unprecedented.

#NYPDFail? Cops' Social Media Outreach Backfires

An NYPD social media campaign backfires when the department asked New Yorkers for photos with cops and Twitter erupted with unflattering pictures of officers.

Wrigley Operators Still Keep Score by Hand

In honor of Wrigley's 100th birthday, AP photographer Kiichiro Sato was allowed a rare behind-the-scenes visit to the scoreboard.

Hands On: Wrigley's Operators Still Keep Score Manually

In honor of Wrigley's 100th birthday, AP photographer Kiichiro Sato was allowed a rare behind-the-scenes visit to the scoreboard.

Stowaway's Footprints: Photos May Show Evidence of Teen

Newly published photos show what could be the footprints of the California teenager who climbed into the wheel well of a Boeing 767 and survived a flight across the ocean to Hawaii.

Keystone Protesters Flood DC Streets

A group of demonstrators descend on Washington, D.C., on Tuesday asking President Obama not to approve the Keystone Pipeline.

Friends: Teen Stowaway Homesick for Somalia

New images allegedly show the place where a teen stowed away on a flight from California to Hawaii, as friends say he may have snuck onto the plane because he was homesick for Somalia. NBC’s Joe Fryer reports.

Obama Greeted in Japan by Caroline Kennedy

President Obama was greeted by Ambassador Caroline Kennedy as he arrived in Japan on Wednesday. It’s Kennedy’s first major summit in her new role. NBC's Peter Alexander reports.

IRS Workers Who Didn't Pay Taxes Given Bonuses

Controversy is swirling Wednesday morning over a new watchdog group report that the IRS paid $1 million in bonuses to employees who didn’t pay their taxes.

Ga. Governor Expected to Sign 'Most Extreme' Gun Bill

Georgia’s governor is expected to sign on Wednesday what critics are calling “the most extreme gun bill in America.” Licensed gun owners will be allowed to take weapons into more public places.

IRS Workers Who Didn't Pay Taxes Given Bonuses

Controversy is swirling Wednesday morning over a new watchdog group report that the IRS paid $1 million in bonuses to employees who didn’t pay their taxes.


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