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KTLA NewsBREVARD COUNTY, FL -- Three people have died this summer after suffering rare infections from a waterborne amoeba that destroys the brain. This is the time of year when there is an uptick in cases. The amoebas flourish in the heat -- especially during...
LANSING — Michigan continues to rank below average on some key economic measures for child well-being compared to other states, according to a report to be released Wednesday. The state ranked 30th overall in state-by-state rankings in the annual...
Tags: Social Issues, Massachusetts, Michigan, Vermont, Poverty
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsHer legend is for being mysterious, but 30 years after her death Salina’s "lady in black" is getting a new honor. Following a wave of recent Facebook activity, folks in Salina began wondering what happened to woman known for dressing in all black...
Tags: Human Interest, Facebook
Change of SubjectQ. Is there really "a little-known process" in Illinois government "in which the legislative leadership and special-interest groups determine which bills are debated and which ones aren't"? A. Kinda, yeah. The allegation comes from a recent Voice of the...
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A man accused of decapitating his disabled 7-year-old son has been assigned a lawyer experienced in death-penalty cases. Kerry Cuccia (KOO'-chuh) says his appointment Tuesday doesn't mean prosecutors will seek the death penalty...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, Justice System, Crimes, Assault, Murder
KTLA NewsDODGE CITY, KS (KTLA) -- A slaughterhouse has recalled some 60,000 pounds of ground beef that may be contaminated with potentially deadly E. coli 0157:H7, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service. The Ohio...
THIBODAUX, La. (AP) — Authorities say a Louisiana man is accused of decapitating his disabled 7-year-old son and leaving the boy's head near the street. Thibodaux (TIB'-uh-doh) Police Chief Scott Silverii (sil-VER'-ee) says 30-year-old Jeremiah Lee...
When in Louisiana, visit Bon Temps Cemetery: The fightingest -- and foggiest -- cemetery south of the Mason-Dixon Line! I applaud the "True Blood" folks for having a major battle in the middle of the season. Usually, the Big Turning Point Fight Plot...
KIAHPearland faced Louisiana in southwest regional in Waco for the right to advance to the Little League World Series. Fans gathering for a watch party in Pearland in hopes of watching the boys in maroon punch their ticket to Williamsport, Pennsylvania for...
Lehigh Valley Music presents FESTBLOGMarchFourth Marching Band is taking over Musikfest this weekend. You're powerless to stop their funky beat and over-the-top showmanship; you'd better just join the party. Shows by this 20-piece group from Portland, Ore., fuse funk, Latin jazz, Louisiana-...
KIAHVampires are hot right now, but that wasn't the case for one 19-year-old migrant farm worker. The center for disease control says he's the first person on record to die from the bite of a vampire bat in Louisiana! The teen was bitten in the fields of...
ABBEVILLE, La. (AP) — A man who apparently died and remained in the narrow, brick chimney of a Louisiana bank for 27 years will be laid to rest at a weekend funeral. Decades after Robert Schexnider (SHEKS'-ny-dur) last saw his brother Joseph, he...
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