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WA State girls use allowance to buy supplies for the homeless

Two young Vancouver girls are working to make a difference in their community by helping the city's homeless residents make it through the cold November nights.

5 types of people you should 'unfriend' on social media

We all have them: Old classmates, distant relatives or obnoxious co-workers, filling our social feeds with posts about people we don't know or barely remember. Jimmy Kimmel would like us to let them go.

Cancer Charity Hacked: parents of childhood victims sent vile messages

Grieving families who have lost children to cancer were recently shocked to receive emails from what appears to be someone they know, only to open them and find a graphic diatribe.

In all 50 states, it's below freezing in at least one spot

Every state in the Union had a reporting station somewhere within its borders registering temperatures below freezing Tuesday morning.

Congress wonders if strategy to fight ISIS is working after latest beheading

In Washington, congress is weighing whether the U.S. strategy against the Islamic State is working after the death of another American.

Obama calls hostage's beheading by ISIS 'pure evil'

American aid worker and former soldier Peter Kassig was beheaded by ISIS terrorists, the White House confirmed Sunday, hours after a video claiming to show the victim surfaced online.

'Beef Bandit' arrested after stealing from Oklahoma grocery store

Oklahoma City, OK (KFOR) -- Authorities arrested a 53-year-old man who police say was trying to steal meat from a local grocery store.

MO governor declares state of emergency in Ferguson ahead of grand jury decision

Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon declared a state of emergency Monday ahead of an expected grand jury decision in the case of Michael Brown.

Ortega, Las Palmas taco products recalled

The makers of Ortega and Las Palmas Mexican food products are recalling several taco dinner kits, seasoning mixes and sauces because they may contain undeclared peanuts and almonds.

Photo of WWII vet giving salute on deathbed goes viral

The photo has been seen by millions of people around the world. It shows 98-year-old Justus "Jay" Belfield saluting from his bed at Baptist Health Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Scotia, New York on Veterans Day.

Norovirus sickens more than 170 on cruise ship

The latest norovirus outbreak aboard the Princess Cruises' Crown Princess has infected 172 people, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

DEA questions team doctors after NFL games

The NFL, already under fire for its handling of concussions and domestic violence, saw several teams visited by the Drug Enforcement Administration after their Sunday games.

Halliburton buys Baker Hughes in mega deal

As recently as Friday, merger talks between Halliburton and Baker Hughes weren't going well. But now, we have a deal. Halliburton said Monday it will spend $34.6 billion to acquire Baker Hughes.

Farm holds 1st legal marijuana auction in WA

The nation's first legal marijuana auction took place in Prosser, Washington over the weekend. Fireweed Farms put a total of 500 pounds on the block, hoping to clear the majority of his season's inventory in one day.

Ebola-stricken surgeon dies at Nebraska hospital

Dr. Martin Salia, the third patient transported to Nebraska Medical Center to be treated for Ebola, has died. Salia contracted the deadly virus while treating patients in Sierra Leone.