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Swimmers, Snowstorms and War: The Week in Pictures

Blizzard blows through New England, algae blooms blue, Syrian city is recaptured and more.

Family of Tamir Rice Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit

Tamir, 12, was fatally shot by a Cleveland police officer while playing with what turned out to be an airsoft pellet gun on Nov. 22.

State Postpones Executions Amid Scramble For Drugs

The move delays the six executions scheduled for 2015 until 2016, as it tries to find new drugs it plans to use to put inmates to death.

Were School Teachers Fired for Teaching Black History?

Social studies teachers at a D.C. public charter school were fired for teaching black history lessons beyond what's in the curriculum, parents said.

Man Detained in Connection to Suitcase Full of Body Parts

San Francisco police have detained a person of interest in the case of a suitcase stuffed with body parts found in a downtown street earlier this week.

Hernandez Jurors Can Watch Super Bowl, With One Catch

"You hear that word, you've got to walk out of the room," the judge told jurors in the Aaron Hernandez murder trial Friday.

Part Pit Bull, Part Dachshund, All Cute!

A very unique looking and surprisingly lovable dog recently picked up by a Georgia Humane Society is finding fame on the internet. Catherine Patterson reports.

Police Search For Man Who Set Girl's Hair On Fire

Police search for man who set 6-year-old girl's hair on fire as she played outside. KSNT's Tyler Carter reports.

College Sends Fitness Email Only to Overweight Students

Bryn Mawr College, a school with fewer than 2,000 students, sent an email to students offering a program for students with an "elevated" BMIs.

Married Ex-Cops Sentenced to 3 Years in Drug Case

Bryce Charpentier, 32, and Jennifer Charpentier, 41, had earlier pleaded guilty to drug sales and burglary charges.

Watch Firefighters Rescue Dog From Rain-Swollen River

A dog struggling to keep its head above water in the Los Angeles river was hoisted to safety in a heroic aerial rescue Friday afternoon.

California Woman Dies After 'Silicone Injection Party'

The woman died from an embolism after attending a body-modification party in California's Orange County, authorities said.

Sledding: Childhood Joy, or Costly Liability?

A New York teen's death this week in a sledding accident brought renewed attention to a growing debate over the risks, and costs.

Mother of Measles Patient: 'What Is This, 1950?'

Kellie Krueger's three-year-old son was hospitalized after contracting the measles virus in Arizona.

Sledding: Childhood Joy, or Costly Liability?

A New York teen's death this week in a sledding accident brought renewed attention to a growing debate over the risks, and costs.

Hull of Confederate Submarine H.L. Hunley Found 150 Years Later

The hull of the Confederate Submarine H.L. Hunley, the first sub in history to sink an enemy warship, has been recovered 150 years after it sank.

Family of Tamir Rice Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit

Tamir, 12, was fatally shot by a Cleveland police officer while playing with what turned out to be an airsoft pellet gun on Nov. 22.

How a Snow Shoveler Could Change Boston Bombing Trial

The popularity of a photo taken of a bartender who cleared the finish line of the Boston Marathon of snow was used to argue for a change of venue.

Massive Security Planned For Super Bowl Sunday

A team of more than 40 local, state and federal agencies are on hand to protect the more than 70,000 fans attending Super Bowl XLIX.

CDC: Flu Hospitalizations of Elderly Hit Record High

The CDC warned that flu-related hospitalizations among the elderly are now the highest since the government starting tracking the statistic.

Puppy Rescued After Being Beaten With Shovel, Buried in Snow

Police arrested a Bronx man in connection with the incident, in which a 6-month old Pit Bull was beaten and buried in snow up to its neck.

Family of Denver Teen Killed by Police Want Federal Probe

Jessica Hernandez, 17, was killed after police said she allegedly drove a stolen car towards an officer in Denver Monday.

More Snow Targets Southwest to Northeast

Substantial snow accumulation was most likely from Nebraska and South Dakota through the southern Great Lakes and into western Pennsylvania.

Watch Animals Make Super Bowl Predictions

From Salty the saltwater croc in Dallas to Le Le the giant panda in Memphis, animals a sanctuaries across the nation are ready for some football.

Standoff With Gunman on Roof in Florida Ends Peacefully

The man mentioned harming himself but no injuries were reported. He fired a shot in the air in Lake Worth, and is being evaluated.

Fired Up: 6 Times Politicians Lost Their Temper

Sen. John McCain's was only the latest.

Goodell on Lynch's Behavior: 'It is Part of Your Job'

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, answers a reporters question about Marshawn Lynch's pre-game attitude, by saying "There are things that we all have to do in our jobs that we may not necessarily want to do."

Super Bowl Security Includes Strict Rules for Footballs

The Deflate-gate scandal involving the New England Patriots dominated NFL commissioner Roger Goodell's annual state of the league address Friday.

Why Some Cities Are Banning Sledding

For some of us, sledding is the one good thing about winter, but many cities are putting limits on this snow day tradition due to liability concerns.

Winter Storm Could Bring Another Round of Snow to Northeast

A winter storm pushing across the country threatens to drop more snow areas still digging out from the Northeast blizzard.


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