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Sketch of suspect in Michigan abduction released

Police have put a face with the description of a man suspected of kidnapping a Michigan gas station cashier.

A May 1st snow storm? There's no way this is happening

What's up with this weather? The calendar says May 1, but it might as well be winter across the front range of the Rockies where 5 inches or more of snow will be the norm from Cheyenne south to Denver.

Hundreds flock to vigil for slain California girl

Leila Fowler's oldest brother says he isn't ready to say goodbye. "I'm not saying goodbye to Leila. I'm saying 'See you later.' There are no goodbyes," Justin Fowler said Tuesday night.

Midwives grateful for recognition by American Academy of Pediatricians

The American Academy of Pediatricians has given a qualified approval to home births.

What is bipolar II disorder?

Actress Catherine Zeta-Jones has "pro-actively" checked into a health care facility, her publicist said Tuesday.

Caffeinated chewing gum catches FDA's eye

Wrigley's new caffeinated gum has caught the attention of the Food and Drug Administration, which says it will investigate the effects of added caffeine on children and teens.

Recent downpours, northern U.S. flooding may cause local levees to overflow

All the rain, combined with flooding in the northern part of the country is causing concern for the Army Corps of Engineers and local residents.

Louisiana has record-shattering year for tourism revenue

Record numbers have been reported for the tourism industry in Louisiana. The high numbers include money spent on hotels, food and retail.

Bird problems frustrate La. rice farmers

Southwest Louisiana farmers are frustrated this year with a larger-than-usual number of birds eating rice seed, causing many farmers to replant.

Bill proposing voting rights for paroled felons shot down

A controversial bill that would allow convicted felons on parole the right to vote was shot down today.