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Criminal Investigation Launched Into Owner Of Tiger Kitten Found On Hemet Street

PHELAN (CBSLA.com) — The California Department of Fish and Wildlife said on Friday it has launched a criminal investigation to find out the person responsible for keeping and releasing a tiger that was found roaming the streets of Hemet on Thursday. 174 more words

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Salmonella Tied To Cucumbers Sickens 9 In Texas

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NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) – The Texas Department of State Health Services is urging people to follow national guidance issued today not to eat recalled cucumbers that may be contaminated with Salmonella, a bacteria that can make people sick. 256 more words

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Friends Mourning Sac City College Victim Say He Was Trying To Better His Life

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – There was a vigil at Sac City College on Friday where friends of victim, 25-year-old Roman Gonzalez, say he was a father of two and had finally decided to start higher education and better his life. 447 more words

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FDA Approves First Medication Made With 3D Printing

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Medicine puts 3D printing to work, making joint replacements, tissue and cartilage, skull, skin, and organs.

“There’s always a group of people who are very interested in any sort of new technology,” says AGH neurologist Dr. 317 more words

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Local Fans Snatch Up New “Star Wars” Toys On “Force Friday”

ROBINSON TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — At 12:01 a.m. on Friday, stores all over the country invited customers to visit shelves packed with “Star Wars” merchandise.

“Force Friday” is a prelude to the seventh “Star Wars” film, which enters theaters in mid-December. 190 more words

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Lifeguards Warn Of Strong Rip Currents Over Labor Day Weekend

VENICE BEACH (CBSLA.com) A day after the death of a 28-year-old swimmer who was caught in a rip current near the Venice Pier, lifeguards on Friday were warning that a swell will bring more strong rip currents to Southern California beaches over the holiday weekend. 97 more words

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Damaging Spring Floods Still Affecting Lakeside Businesses

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NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) – While Labor Day weekend celebrants prepare to soak up the end of summer at area North Texas lakes, there’s a hold up for businesses who depend upon the Trinity River. 208 more words

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