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Why adults get acne and how it can be treated

Many people get acne as teenagers but did you know that adults can develop it as well? Narva Norfleet didn't have acne as a teenager, but in her mid-30's she started to break out.

Want to stay healthy? They key is to plan ahead!

That is the excuse I used for 19 years. There's not enough time to prepare healthy meals. Not enough time to plan healthy snacks. Not enough time to exercise. Not enough time to get a good night's rest. There's not enough time.

Lawnmower manufacturers considering alternative fuel sources

Homeowners across the country will soon be cranking up the yard equipment, or maybe cranking up isn't the best way to describe it. Gas power is giving way to alternative sources of power.

Nationwide alert issued for Lafayette man wanted in sexual battery case

Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Deputies are asking for help in locating a Lafayette man who is wanted for Second Degree Sexual Battery.

NE Police: Stick shift prevents suspect from carjacking

A teenager is in jail after police in nebraska say a stick shift ruined the suspect's carjacking plan.

Hidden camera found in Chicago funeral home bathroom

Smith and Thomas Funeral Homes advertises their ability to offer funeral webcasting and the most up-to-date video tributes, and now the business is under investigation for having a camera in a bathroom.

Houston SPCA removes nearly 130 cats from home, one decomposing

The Houston SPCA removed nearly 130 cats, including the decomposing body of one, from a home in northwest Harris County on Thursday.

Woman who pushed newlywed husband off cliff sentenced to more than 30 years

Judge Donald Molloy handed down a 30 year prison sentence for Jordan Graham. The hearing lasted about four hours Thursday, in U.S. District Court in Missoula.

Searchers discover more bodies in mud & debris from mudslide, while fundraisers are held to help

Members of the Washington National Guard involved in the search and rescue operation in the fatal mudslide said they won't give up hope that they might find someone in the debris.

Police: OK man admits killing family cat for urinating in boots

A man from Moore let his temper get the best of him after police say he admitted to killing the family cat.

TX School administrator tells student confederate shirt is racist, asks him to remove it

18-year-old Mason Deering walked out of his San Antonio high school yesterday because of a dispute over his t-shirt.

Number of children diagnosed with autism continues to spike

Autism Spectrum Disorder is a complicated condition in which children generally have impaired social and behavioral skills. There is no known single cause and no cure.

Mississippi's Michelle Byrom won't be executed Thursday

A mother convicted of a murder to which her son has confessed multiple times will not be executed Thursday, as the Mississippi Supreme Court continues to review her post-conviction motion.

Welfare fraud at its worst? Wealthy MN couple charged for swindling the state

Felony charges were filed Friday against a sometime Minnesota couple for an egregious case of alleged welfare fraud. The accused are Colin Chisholm III, 62, and Andrea Chisholm, 54.

New Army uniform guidelines limit tattoos for soldiers

The updated Army Regulation 670-1 was approved by Army Secretary John McHugh on March 6th and the new regulations were published on March 18 via Facebook.