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Monday, October 20, 2014 - 11:06am

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Protests erupt for second night after police shooting in St. Louis

Protests erupt for second night after police shooting in St. Louis

Protesters took to St. Louis streets for a second night Thursday after an off-duty officer killed a teen who fired at him three times, authorities said.
The fastest sport you've never heard of

The fastest sport you've never heard of

 Look out NASCAR, one of the world's fastest motor sports wants to steal your fans.
Likefunding: How to raise cash through Facebook likes

Likefunding: How to raise cash through Facebook likes

 You've heard of crowdfunding -- raising funds through donations on the internet -- well, get ready for "like" funding.

Pot poster creates buzz

Signs popping up advertising a marijuana store set to open next year are creating a buzz in Clinton, Iowa, but with recreational marijuana illegal in the state, it's leaving citizens with a lot of question.

Gas prices fall

The pain at the pump is on the decline. Gas prices have dropped about 40 cents a gallon since the Fourth of July and are expected to drop another 20 cents per gallon before the end of the year.

Caught on cam: wild chase

A wild police chase through the streets of Detroit ended with a crash Thursday afternoon. The chase, which never reached high speeds, started as a drug stop and lasted about 25 minutes.

Ebola: deputy tests negative

The sheriff's deputy under observation at a Dallas hospital has tested negative for Ebola.
395 Dairy Queen locations affected in data breach

395 Dairy Queen locations affected in data breach

International Dairy Queen, Inc. today confirmed that the systems of some DQ® locations and one Orange Julius® location in the U.S.
Thomas Eric Duncan: 6 ways his case differs from other U.S. Ebola cases

Thomas Eric Duncan: 6 ways his case differs from other U.S. Ebola cases

 His family is devastated. The woman he planned to marry, haunted by the "what ifs." And many are wondering why Thomas Eric Duncan died when several other Ebola patients treated in the United States survived.
Georgia RB, Heisman hopeful suspended indefinitely

Georgia RB, Heisman hopeful suspended indefinitely

University of Georgia tailback Todd Gurley has been indefinitely suspended from competition by the UGA Athletic Association during an ongoing investigation into an alleged violation of NCAA rules. 
Country-singing Senate hopeful 'rocks' South Dakota race

Country-singing Senate hopeful 'rocks' South Dakota race

Who inspired the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee to throw a million bucks at South Dakota? A country singing troubadour candidate who plays guitar, drives a minivan and makes a GOP tracker the star of his latest web ad.

Alabama pastor with AIDS slept with church members

 A South Alabama Church -- the subject of a sex scandal. The church's now former preacher admitted from the pulpit to sleeping with several church members and not telling his partners he has full-blown aids.
MH17 passenger was found wearing oxygen mask, Dutch official says

MH17 passenger was found wearing oxygen mask, Dutch official says

 A passenger on Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was found wearing an oxygen mask when the victim's body was recovered in eastern Ukraine, the Dutch foreign minister and public prosecutor's office said.
Parents welcome, say goodbye to baby for whom they created bucket list

Parents welcome, say goodbye to baby for whom they created bucket list

   Before he was even born, Shane Michael Haley had already met the Philadelphia Phillies, been to the top of the Empire State Building and shared a cheesesteak with his parents.