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Old Wives Tales: true or false?

We've all heard at least a few old wives' tales- pieces of advice that have been passed down from previous generations.

New data says underground ocean exists on Saturn's moon

An ocean at least as large as Lake Superior lies below a thick layer of ice on a moon of Saturn, new data from NASA's Cassini spacecraft suggests.

Atlanta still world's busiest airport, but not for long

  Atlanta's airport is still the busiest passenger airport in the world, but Beijing's airport is closing the gap.

9 things you should know about PTSD

Spc. Ivan Lopez, who ended his life after killing three people at the Fort Hood, Texas, military base Wednesday, was undergoing diagnostic procedures for post-traumatic stress disorder, according to Lt.

Mother of Fort Hood victim: 'God, please don't let it be'

U.S. Army Sgt. Timothy Owens will be remembered as many things. A son, a husband, a father. A victim of Wednesday's shooting at Foot Hood, Owens loved the Army and planned to make it his career.

Strong storms advance on South, Midwest

Powerful storms that damaged homes and businesses in Texas and the central United States moved east Friday, threatening a wide swath from the Gulf Coast north to the upper Ohio Valley, the National Weather Service reported.

Life after death row: Helping break the 'jailhouse mentality'

When former death row inmate John Thompson left a Louisiana prison in 2003 he was one of the lucky ones.

No judge wants to hear Joe Brown's case

Memphis, TN (WREG) -- A Friday hearing in the contempt of court charge against Joe Brown has been cancelled. All the judges in Shelby County Criminal Court, where Brown was once a judge, have recused themselves.

Kids in CA eat world's heaviest PB&J sandwich

You'll need a few dozen pounds of peanut butter if you want to build one of the biggest PB&J sandwiches ever made. And who better to eat it than a group of kids!

Study: Gay marriage would add $50 million to Colorado's economy

Denver, CO (WGCL) -- Extending marriage to gay and lesbian couples in Colorado would generate $50 million in spending to the state economy and $3.7 million in state and local tax revenue, according to a study released Thursday.