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Attorney: 600 bullets fired at hostage

An attorney for the family of Misty Holt Singh, taken hostage by three bank robbers in Stockton, California and killed by police in an ensuing chase and shootout, said that police officers used unreasonable force during the pursuit.

Employers measure workers' waistlines

Your mother isn't the only one who wants you to eat right and exercise. Employers are increasingly prodding their workers to lose weight and get more active.

Missing actress found dead

Police believe a body found in Washington's White River is that of missing actress Misty Upham.

Starbucks making some changes

Starbucks is planning to pay its baristas more and change its dress code in the U.S. The dress code had previously banned visible tattoos and nose rings, which made some baristas unhappy, but now those will both be allowed.

Friday marks 25 years since massive earthquake hit San Francisco

Friday, October 17, 2014 marks 25 years since a massive earthquake hit San Francisco, California.

U.S. mortgage rates hit lowest levels in months

There's a silver lining for home buyers, U.S. mortgage rates are at their lowest levels in months. The average rate for a 30-year fixed mortgage rate is now 3-point-97 percent, according to Freddie Mac.

From bridal shop to Ebola ward: Who is Amber Vinson?

(CNN) -- Over the weekend, Amber Vinson was in Ohio to plan her wedding. Today, the 29-year-old nurse is hospitalized in Atlanta, fighting the Ebola virus. What a difference a few days can make.

No closing arguments allowed in Villegas supression hearing

"Both sides Im sure worked very hard on the closing arguments and I would have liked to done it.

Medical examiner releases Joan Rivers' cause of death

Joan Rivers died of "therapeutic complications" during a procedure to evaluate her "voice changes" and stomach reflux, the New York medical examiner said Thursday.

Video: FL governor stalls debate over opponent's fan

Florida Gov. Rick Scott refused to go onstage for the first seven minutes of a debate Wednesday night, because his opponent had a fan. No, not a rowdy supporter in the audience. An actual electric fan.

Illinois woman buys year's supply of pumpkin spice lattes

(WQAD) -- It's that time of year when, if you're not carving a pumpkin, you're likely drinking one.

Donations slow to roll in to help fight Ebola

Americans have been slow to donate money to help fight the Ebola epidemic. NBC reports there have been a few big donations from the nation's wealthiest, but few donations from average Americans.

Apple expected to unveil latest line of IPads

Apple is expected to make a big announcement, today (Thursday). Apple is expected to unveil its latest line of iPads.

New report: Does violent media cause childhood agression?

A new study is taking a look at a controversial topic, how parents and doctors view the effects of violent media on children. So what do the results reveal?