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Thursday November 13, 2014    09:21 AM
A 2-year-old girl who went missing last week has been found, and though she's a bit dirty from playing outside, she's otherwise unscathed.

Officers found Brooklyn Lynn Lilly in the woods just after noon Thursday, nearly 24 hours after her family reported her missing. Brooklyn was last seen playing outside her home in Tawas City, Michigan, before she disappeared the day before.

After a cold night with no leads, a K-9 unit came across Brooklyn the next day, reports WJBK, and she was in surprisingly high spirits.

"It was a rough night, but the moment that she was found was something special," Jeffery Seyfried, assistant fire chief for the Tawas City Fire Department, recalled to MLive.

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Thursday November 13, 2014    09:11 AM
One unexpected phone call helped get this man's furry friend back.

More than seven years ago, Mike Nuanes' Shih Tzu puppy Jordan went missing. The dog disappeared from Nuanes' Denver, Colorado, home, and he did not expect to see the pooch again, but last month Nuanes' girlfriend answered a call from the Fulton County Animal Shelter in Atlanta saying they had found the pup, according to KUSA.

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Wednesday November 12, 2014    07:50 PM
Chadwick Banks, 43, is scheduled to die at 6 p.m. at Florida State Prison in Starke for the 1992 slaying of Melody Cooper, who was found on her knees naked from the waist down and her body slumped on her bed at a Gadsden County home. The body of her mother, Cassandra Banks, was nearby.

Banks, who was 21 at the time, is serving a life sentence for his wife's murder. It would be the 20th execution carried out since Gov. Rick Scott took office in 2011, one fewer than under Jeb Bush, who presided over the most executions since capital punishment was reinstated in the state in 1979. Bush was governor for two terms, while Scott, who was re-elected last week, is finishing his first.


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Wednesday November 12, 2014    08:55 AM
AUGUSTA, Maine —The state medical examiner's office says a 15-year-old from Glenburn died last month of "asphyxia due to compression of the neck".

Kyle Dube, 20, of Orono, has been charged with the murder of Nichole Cable.

Her body was found in a wooded area in Glenburn on May 20 after she was reported missing on May 12.

Detective Thomas Pickering of the state police said in an affidavit that Dube pretended to be another person on Facebook to contact Cable and she agreed to meet with him on May 12 to get marijuana. He jumped out of bushes and put duct tape on her before loading her in his father's pickup truck.

But when he took her from the truck, she was dead, the affidavit said

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Saturday November 8, 2014    02:12 PM
NEWBERG, Oregon - On July 26th, 1947, downtown Newberg, Oregon was alive with people running around enjoying a hometown parade, waiting for the next colorful float to pass.

It was Saturday and Elizabeth McBroom enjoyed the crowd as she strolled down First street where a Pearl Lager Beer clock declared a quarter after 2. The thermometer outside Dr. Bump's office next to the Francis theater had climbed to 86 degrees.

Hundreds watched as float riders laughed and children shouted, excitement thick as pantry molasses. It was a good day, a good time. The war had ended two years ago and Newberg had settled back to its prewar days of community fun and tradition.

Elizabeth stopped to look

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Saturday November 8, 2014    02:10 PM
A year-long $2.1 million study by the federal government agency, Health Canada, found no link between wind turbine noise and migraines, dizziness, or chronic illnesses like high blood pressure and diabetes.

The expert committee for the study, which surveyed 1,238 adults living near wind turbines in Ontario and Prince Edward Island, included over two dozen government, academic and industry experts in various fields and four international advisers.

Another study on wind turbines and health effects, in Australia in March 2013, said that “wind turbine sickness” is far more prevalent in communities where the anti-wind farm activists have been active and appears to be a psychological phenome

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Saturday November 8, 2014    02:09 PM
Let's bring it back to 2007 for a minute. I was an awkward 7th grader from a small town in Connecticut who happened to stumble across the newest act in country music. I instantly fell in love, although she only had one album and two music videos out at the time. I listened and watched religiously, even though no one else had any idea (or interest in) who I was talking about. That act happened to be Taylor Swift.

After releasing her album, Fearless, in 2009, she said that "...being fearless does not mean you are completely unafraid. It does not mean you have no fears. Being fearless means living in spite of those fears and jumping anyway."

This notion quickly became my mantra. I wrote i

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Saturday November 8, 2014    02:05 PM
Dorothy and Toto aren't in Texas anymore.

About five years ago, Houston police found a fluffy little puppy while busting a suspected crack house. The puppy had serious health problems -- mange and a poor immune system, among them -- and appeared never to have been taken outside.

She was brought to the no-kill animal shelter Special Pals, where she was named Dorothy, after the Wizard of Oz character, since shelter staff thought she'd been through some tumult and had landed somewhere safe.

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Monday November 3, 2014    03:41 PM
UPDATE: Suspect arrested, victim found safe. Carlesha Freeland-Gaither was found alive in Jessup, Maryland Wednesday night after she was abducted in Philly Sunday. Delvin Barnes was arrested in connection to the abduction.

Carlesha Freeland-Gaither's family members cried and embraced one another during a press conference Tuesday pleading for her safe return.

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Sunday November 2, 2014    10:48 AM
LOS ANGELES — he search continued Sunday for a male driver and passenger who fled the scene of a Santa Ana hit-and-run that killed three teenage girls who were trick-or-treating on Halloween.

Police searched Saturday for the driver and passenger of an SUV who left the scene after the vehicle struck three teenage girls trick-or-treating.

Police found a black Honda abandoned a short distance from the crosswalk where the 13-year-old girls were struck then on Saturday tracked the SUV to a registered address. The owner had moved.

The girls were wearing costumes when they were hit in the crosswalk near an elementary school about 6:45 p.m. Friday.

Two of the girls died immediately, and

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