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Father of recovering heroin addict speaks out
Jeff Lindbloom talks to "48 Hours" about son Jaymes' heroin addiction and the toll it's taken on their family. "My wife and I, have both cried, both prayed, both done everything we possibly can to give him the opportunity" to get clean.
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New Mexico slinky collector attempts world record
For Susan Suazo, Slinkys are more than just child’s play. She's been at it for 40 years and now she's taking her quirky collection to the Guinness Book of World Records. KRQE's Katherine Mozzone reports.
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California wildfire forces evacuations
Residents of towns in El Dorado County, California evacuate their homes for safer ground. Authorities worry about the fire jumping Highway 50. KVOR's Nick James reports.
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Washington city makes offensive body odor illegal
Burien, Washington has passed a new trespassing law that makes it illegal to have an offensive body order in public parks, the library and city hall. Opponents of the law say that it unconstitutionally targets the homeless. KIRO's Deborah Horne reports.
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Steve Jobs would not let his own kids play on computers
The New York Times reports the Apple founder kept his kid's screen time to a minimum, and many Palo Alto parents agree. In the hottest tech center on the planet, parents are starting to draw the line on giving their kids technology. Len Ramirez reports.
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John Boehner: Dropping bombs, training fighters “not enough” to defeat ISIS
The House speaker said he agrees with President Obama’s requests in his campaign to combat militants with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), but believes the United States needs to do even more.
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Dempsey: U.S. strikes against ISIS won’t look like “shock and awe”
Army Gen. Martin Dempsey, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, told a Senate panel that the campaign against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) will be “persistent and sustainable.”
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Colossal squid caught; autopsy performed
Scientists in New Zealand had the rare opportunity to autopsy an intact colossal squid. They were able to determine the animal was female and measure its length of 13.8 feet
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Is it child abuse or productive discipline?
Parents disagree about the best way to discipline their children. WBNS spoke with parents and experts to see what people feel is acceptable and what goes too far.
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Nicki Minaj rejected by high school to speak
Nicki Minaj offered to speak at her high school, but was turned down by the principal. The hosts of "The Talk" discuss if she is a good role model for kids with the new co-anchor of “The Insider,” Louis Aguirre.