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U.S. doctor describes being infected with Ebola

Writing from the isolation unit at Emory University Hospital, Dr. Kent Brantly recalls the moment it was confirmed that he was infected with Ebola.

9-year-old describes alligator bite while swimming in FL

Gator trappers returned to Lake Tohopekaliga in St. Cloud, Florida early Friday morning in an effort to catch the alligator that bit a 9-year-old boy.

U.S. jets bomb Islamic militants in northern Iraq

U.S. fighter jets were back over the skies of Iraq Friday, dropping bombs on Islamic militant targets.

RAW VIDEO: Human waste spill shuts down traffic on Michigan highway

Human waste shut down a major highway in Lansing, Michigan on Friday. 

World's longest yard sale stretches from Alabama to Michigan

The world's longest yard sale is underway.

Study says buying tablets, laptops for students is money well spent

The National Retail Federation predicts parents will be spending close to $75-billion this year to equip their kids for the return to school.

FL church cancels man's funeral after learning he was gay

Julie Atwood was standing at her son's casket when the phone rang.

Summer's brightest supermoon rises August 10

The second installment of this summer's season of supermoons is happening Sunday. Stargazers who missed the July 12 supermoon will have another chance to see the bright lunar phenomenon from all around the world.

T.S. Iselle bears down on the big island of Hawaii; residents grab last minute supplies

Hurricane Iselle was downgraded to a tropical storm as it neared Hawaii early Friday, but still packed winds of up to 70 mph and heavy rains that left thousands of people on the Big Island without power.

Scientists test new anti-mosquito app in FL

A mosquito control center in Pinellas County, Florida is helping put a new app called 'The Anti-Mosquito Sonic Repeller' to the test.

FL bureau suprises woman with $40,000 check

An Orlando, Florida woman received a big check because of unclaimed property that she didn't even know existed. Florida's Bureau of Unclaimed Property gave Teresa Tran, 26, a check for over $400,000 on Thursday.

Oklahoma teacher shows up drunk, without pants on first day of school

A new school teacher is missing her first week on the job after police say she showed up drunk to school. Lorie Hill was arrested Monday, the first day back at school for teachers at Wagoner High School in Oklahoma.

18-year-old college freshman running for legislature in Kansas

Austin Harris has a lot on his plate. He's preparing to move into his college dorm in a week. His class load for a major in history and minor in leadership studies at Washburn University is intense

Hattiesburg Girl Scouts use TV news to sell surplus of cookies

A cookie surplus is dwindling after the Hattiesburg Girl Scouts of Greater Mississippi announced they had too many on hand.

OR family creates healty vending machines to benefit schools

If you ever find yourself feeding money into a vending machine because you missed lunch, you know how hard it can be to find a healthy snack.