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One dead in NW Indiana house fire

LAPORTE, IN– A house fire in the Northwest Indiana has killed one person. Firefighters in Laporte were called to the fire just after 7am. They saw heavy smoke and flames

Judges to rule on possible racial profiling in ATF sting

CHICAGO — An unprecedented hearing is underway today at the Dirksen Federal Courthouse. A nine judge panel will decide if the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives used racial profiling in

FCC votes down Obama-era ‘net neutrality’ rules

Watch Video NEW YORK — The Federal Communications Commission has voted on party lines to undo sweeping Obama-era “net neutrality” rules that guaranteed equal access to internet. The agency’s Democratic

Florida man arrested after stepfather finds disturbing images on 9-year-old’s tablet

THOMASVILLE, N.C. — A Florida man is facing child pornography charges after a notification on a 9-year-old North Carolina girl’s tablet prompted her stepfather to call police. “There it was

Oklahoma mom arrested after officer finds baby soaked in its own urine

GUTHRIE, Okla. – An Oklahoma mother faces child neglect charges after five children were found living in deplorable conditions, according to KFOR. Officers were called to an alley in Guthrie

Regal Cinemas to start serving Cheetos popcorn

Could there be a better combination than movie theater popcorn and Cheetos? Luckily for moviegoers everywhere, Regal Cinemas is pairing up with the popular snack to serve Cheetos popcorn. The

Hammond police seek help in catching serial robber

Police in Hammond say one man is responsible for a series of fast food restaurant robberies. A surveillance camera got a picture of him. Investigators say they believe he’s the

Midway Airport bomb-sniffing dog has pooping problem

CHICAGO — A rookie bomb-sniffing dog at Chicago’s Midway International Airport is having a little trouble waiting to poop in the proper place. The Chicago Sun-Times reports the dog has been pooping

5 years after Sandy Hook, the victims have not been forgotten

Watch Video It remains among America’s most heinous nightmares: the lives of 20 little children — dancers and swimmers, pianists and painters, budding readers, little sisters and big brothers —

These states are running out of CHIP funding

Sixteen states will run out of federal funding for CHIP — the Children’s Health Insurance Program — by the end of January, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation. Three-quarters of