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Chimp attack victim appeals to legislators for permission to sue Connecticut

A Connecticut woman mauled by a friend's chimpanzee in 2009 describes in a new video what it was like waking up in a hospital after the attack.

Animal Services removes 72 cats from hoarder's home

A Fort Myers Shores home is the latest location of a series of hoarding cases uncovered by Lee County Domestic Animal Services this year.

How to deal with allergies in the spring time

Tomorrow (Thursday, March 20th) is the first day of spring and whether warm temps greet you or you have a chill in the air - allergy season is fast approaching.

Wearable devices soon likely to take over smartphones

The high of the smartphone and tablet revolution is wearing off and consumers and the tech industry need a fix.

Streaming music service Pandora raises subscription fees

Pandora will soon raise the cost of its ad-free subscription music streaming service.

Indianapolis Colts owner enters treatment after DWI arrest

Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay has entered a treatment facility, the team said Tuesday, following his arrest on suspicion of driving while intoxicated.

Man poses as Secret Service agent to avoid train fare in Boston

The secret service is on the lookout for a man accused of pretending to be an agent for a free train ride in Boston. Authorities don't know who he is yet, but the secret service is determined to find out.

Neighbors want CA woman to remove middle finger statue

A woman in California is defending a controversial statue in her yard of a giant hand giving the middle finger. "Frick frack I say," said June Sortore, the owner of the statue.

FL student recieves 150 scholarship offers

Have you or your kids ever applied for a scholarship? Perhaps you know the thrill if your child receives one or maybe even two. Well how about 150 scholarship offers?

TX Teen asks Obama to make military corps for disabled

A stranger probably sees the wheelchair first. But anyone who meets John Cohen sees past it, fast.