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Billionaire blocks beach access to CA surfers

A well-known venture capitalist and billionaire claims to know very little about why beach access was closed after he purchased property near San Francisco.

Harvard grad develops 3-D printer that prints makeup

Imagine never running out of your favorite color of lipstick or eyeshadow again?

Connecticut police arrest bus driver on child porn charges

Bristol, CT (WFSB) -- A bus driver for elementary school age children was arrested on Monday after police said he was in possession of child pornography.

Food fight prevents 5 KS seniors from walking at graduation

Wyandotte County (KCTV) -- A food fight broke out last week at Turner High School, and the district has banned five seniors from walking in the school's graduation ceremony as a result.

Mystery man saves FL swimmer from drowning, walks away

Lake Worth (WPTV) -- Caught in a rip current and about to drown, a Lake Worth man was rescued on Monday from the ocean all thanks to the heroics of a mysterious skimboarder who quickly disappeared after saving the man.

Dog saves blind man from house fire in TX

A blind man in Odessa, TX was rescued after a fire started in his home. It was an act of heroism. But it wasn't a fire alarm that woke him up, it was his dog.

FDA approves 'Stars Wars' bionic arm

Amputees will soon get help from a groundbreaking bionic arm, thanks to the inventor of the Segway and a little inspiration from "Star Wars."

NASA announces bold plan to land on asteroid

This isn't a real-life recreation of "Armageddon." There's no clear and present threat to Earth. But NASA says it's working on plans to send astronauts into space to land on an asteroid.

Houston drivers first in nation for road rage

Atlanta, GA (WGCL) -- A new survey finds southern hospitality goes right out the window when drivers are sitting bumper to bumper on I-285.

Effort to approve Keystone collapses in Senate

A bipartisan Senate effort to approve the controversial Keystone XL pipeline collapsed Monday making it unlikely a politically potent vote on the project will take place before November's midterm election.