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Ohio driver walks away from terrifying accident without a scratch

An Ohio man is lucky to be alive after slamming his car into the end of a guard rail, then riding along as it sliced through the passenger side for more than 30 feet. The driver was reportedly blinded by the sun.

Wet weather causes wild hog invasion of Houston's suburbs

They're big, destructive, and potentially dangerous, and right now wild hogs are causing problems all across the Houston, Texas area.

California residents who lost homes to massive King wildfire survey damage

Fire crews are reporting progress against California's massive "King" wildfire.

Liberian immigrants in Minnesota feel impact of Ebola epidemic in their home country

The Ebola outbreak in West Africa is touching the lives of Minnesotans.

Obama says expect more air attacks on ISIS targets

The Obama Administration says more attacks on the terrorist group ISIS are coming. President Obama will urge the United Nations to join join the fight when he addresses the General Assembly Wednesday.

U.S. officials say Syrian strikes leave dozens of militants dead

The war on ISIS has widened. U.S. airstrikes hit ISIS targets in Syria early Tuesday. The first attacks also targeted other jihad groups accused of plotting terrorist attacks against the United States.

CDC issues dire warning for Ebola virus if action isn’t taken

Experts say the number of people infected with the Ebola virus could spike to more than a million by next year if quick action isn't taken.

Obama talks about what U.S. can do to battle climate change at U.N. summit

As the United Nations General Assembly opens, item number one on the agenda is climate change.

PA thrift store finds $5K in shoe, now trying to find owner

The owner of a Pennyslvania thrift store is hoping to track down an elderly donor who left thousands of dollars behind in a pair of shoes.

3 killed in shooting at UPS facility in Alabama

Three people were dead Tuesday morning after a shooting at a UPS facility in Inglenook, Alabama, said Capt. Jerry Wiley of the Birmingham Police Department.

Despite ban, tourists still fly drones over Yellowstone National Park

In a first-of-its-kind federal prosecution, a German national who crashed a drone into Yellowstone National Park's Lake Yellowstone has received one year of unsupervised probation as well as a one-year ban from the park, 9Wants To Know lear

Obama: "the U.S. will not tolerate safe havens for terrorists"

President Obama says the contributions of Arab allies in airstrikes targeting ISIS forces inside Syria "makes it clear to the world that this is not America's fight alone."

Colorado authorities say woman sold meth out of taco truck

Seventeen people have been indicted for their involvement in a Colorado drug ring that is accused of selling and distributing methamphetamine -- and one of them is accused of selling meth out of a taco truck.

American fighter jets start bombing in Syria

U.S. led airstrikes have begun in Syria. More than a dozen sites were targeted in overnight strikes.

Lafayette Judge declares same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional in Louisiana

State District Judge Edward Rubin ruled today that Louisiana's ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional.