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Wisconsin sheriff plucks emergency jurors off the street

Imagine going about your daily routine, when you're stopped by the county sheriff. He says he needs jurors and you have to go with him, right then, right now.

IRS warns you'll wait longer for your refund

It's tax season again, and experts say even though you may be looking forward to a refund you shouldn't be too quick to file.

Drone carrying meth crashes south of U.S. border

A smuggler's drone flying from Mexico crash-landed just south of the U.S. border city of San Ysidro, California, in a failed drug delivery this week, the Tijuana Municipal Police said.

Nevada DMV driving instructor kills man in hit and run

The woman arrested for hitting and killing a Las Vegas father this week is a Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles employee.

Oklahoma sex ed teacher admits to having sex with student

Shock and disgust in Waynoka, after a teacher admits to having sex with a student multiple times, including in the school building itself.

Texas woman shot and killed in lobby of police department

Three Longview police officers have been placed on paid administrative leave and the lobby of a local police department has reopened after a woman was shot and killed prompting a lockdown of the premises.

Iraqi Prime Minister: U.S. isn't doing enough to fight ISIS

Defense Secretary Hagel says the impact on ISIS has been "significant, tangible and measureable" - despite frustrations we're hearing from Iraq's leader.

N.C. State program helps paralyzed dogs walk again

Dogs love to run and play, so it can be difficult for dogs and their owners when the animal loses the ability to walk after experiencing some kind of traumatic spinal cord injury.

Journalist completes 7 month, 1,900 mile journey on the Rio Grande River

The Rio Grande River stretches nearly 1,900 miles, and one man has made it his mission to travel the entire distance. But what is the meaning behind the journey he calls, "Disappearing Rio Grande Expedition"?

A Tale of Two Agendas: Obama & GOP-controlled Congress

It is a tale of two agendas: One by Republicans intent on building an oil pipeline through Middle America, and the other from a President pushing policies to help the middle class

Passwords you shouldn't be using in 2015

Almost all your important information in life these days is proctected by a password, sometimes a simple one to crack.

Oregon school uses llamas to reduce stress during exams

An unusual visitor moved through the halls of Valley Catholic Middle School in Beaverton, Oregon Tuesday. The staff hired a 250-pound llama to visit students.

Man claims he was too drunk to gamble, sues casino after losing $500K

Mark Johnston lost $500,000 Super Bowl weekend last year at a Las Vegas casino. Now he's suing for more than $1 million plus attorney fees from the casino.

Bus driver fired for allowing teens to have sex directly behind seat

A former Louisville, Kentucky public school bus driver is accused of allowing a 17-year-old boy to have sex with a younger girl on the school bus.