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Foster Dad in Hot-Car Death 'Wants to Die'

Police were questioning the two foster parents, and two other children were taken into protective custody.

Sneaky Restaurant Patron Steals Painting Off Wall

Security camera footage shows a woman stealing art off the wall of a Rhode Island restaurant. WJAR’s Olivia Fecteau reports.

Woman Says 'Alcohol' Caused Her Bad Behavior

A remorseful woman says she doesn't remember slapping flight attendant, forcing the flight she was on to return, then later kicking a police officer. KVLY's Nicole Johnson reports.

Serial Flamingo Bomber Strikes Again

Someone is blanketing a St. Louis neighborhood with pink plastic flamingos- 41 have been left so far. KSDK's Art Holliday reports.

NYC Street Renamed for Young Lords

Over four decades after fighting for social justice, New York’s Young Lords will have a street in El Barrio named in their honor.

'Forgotten': Foster Baby Dies in Hot Car in Wichita

Police were questioning the two foster parents, and two other children were taken into protective custody.

'Didn't Know' Gun Was Loaded When Renisha McBride Was Shot

Theodore Wafer says he didn't realize shotgun was loaded during a fatal confrontation, when car accident victim Renisha McBride was on his front porch. WDIV's Roger Weber reports.

Repeat Hero: 'I Like to Help People Out'

A Florida man pulls a victim from a car crash, just months after saving neighbors from fire. WBBH's Lindsey Fry reports Tony Strong humbly says he considers himself to be lucky to be at the right place, at the right time.

Family Pleads To Drivers: Our Yard's Not A Bathroom

A family says their backyard, which runs along the Pennsylvania Turnpike, has become a very public restroom for truckers and car drivers. WJAC's Maria Miller reports.

Phoenix Zoo Animals Beat the Heat With Frozen Treats

Popsicles, frozen melons and frosty kegs help animals at the Phoenix Zoo stay cool during the hot Arizona Summer. KPNX’s Bruce Cooper reports.

NYPD Collects DNA to Find Brooklyn Bridge Pranksters

Investigators are also running license plate numbers, scouring social media and examining cellphone transmissions as part of their investigation.

Is the Pope Coming to Philadelphia?

The Philadelphia Archbishop said Pope Francis has expressed a desire to attend a conference in the U.S., but the Vatican has not confirmed the visit.

Couple Finds Fallen Marine's Lost Flag at Flea Market

After finding a flag dedicated to a fallen marine, a Texas couple tracks down the marine’s family in hopes of returning the tribute. KPRC’s Jennifer Bauer reports.

Drone Captures Stunning Space Needle Video, Lights Up Twitter

A drone, operated by an Amazon employee, captured stunning footage of Seattle’s Space Needle and prompted a humorous conversation on Twitter.

Feds Propose Rule for Captioning Services at the Movies

A new federal rule would require most movie theaters to provide closed captioning and audio description services for people with hearing and vision disabilities.

Dead Intruder Who Said She Was Pregnant Identified

A California homeowner shot and killed the woman after he found her and an accomplice breaking into his house.

Doctor in Psych Unit Shootout Released From Hospital

A patient who was shot remains in critical, but stable condition after emergency surgery.

'Heartbreaking': Foster Baby Dies in Hot Car in Wichita

Police were questioning the two foster parents, and two other children were taken into protective custody.

Watch Live: Police Discuss Death of Toddler Left in Hot Car

Wichita Police discuss the death of a 10-month-old child left in a hot car .

Watch Live: Police Discuss Death of Toddler Left in Hot Car - 11am ET

Wichita Police discuss the death of a 10-month-old child left in a hot car .

Mystery of Porcelain Dolls, Left on Doorsteps, Solved

NBC’s Kristen Dahlgren reports from San Clemente, Calif., where some residents have been on high alert after discovering "creepy" porcelain dolls left on doorsteps.

Tornado Kills 2 at Virginia Campground

A tornado ravaged Virginia Thursday, killing at least two people, and more severe weather is expected to push eastward along the Midwest. TODAY’s Al Roker reports.

10-Month-Old Left in Hot Car Dies in Wichita

Police were questioning two men in a house that neighbors described as a foster home.

Police Debate Arresting 80-Year Old Shooter

Gunman Opens Fire, Doctor Shoots Back

Obama to Discuss Border Crisis With World Leaders

10-Month Old Dies After Being Left in Hot Car

Friday's Top 7 News Stories

From the discovery of the missing Algerian plane over Africa to increased protests in Gaza, see the stories we’re following.

Old Wound: Family Detentions Revived by Border Crisis

Two ICE detention centers opening as new data shows family arrivals at border grew five times as fast as unaccompanied minors last year.

Husband Awoke From Surgery Without Penis: Lawsuit

"We intend to defend all counts aggressively," spokeswoman for Alabama hospital's parent company says.


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