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Pranksters in OKC turn waterways green for St. Patrick's Day

Pranksters in Oklahoma City turned waterways green for Saint Patrick’s Day. Officials at myriad gardens are concerned that the dye in the water could harm the animals in the park

Tax season unleashes cyberscams

As if tax season isn't stressful enough, cybercriminals are also out in full force, looking to unleash attacks against unsuspecting small businesses.

Steve-O faces TX fine after jumping off bridge into 4 ft deep water

Steve-O of "Jackass" fame made a splash in San Antonio, Texas, by jumping from a bridge into the San Antonio River. But he could end up getting a slap on the wrist for the stunt.

3-D printer saves Michigan toddler

When Garrett Peterson was born, nurses couldn't rotate his head from side to side. Doing so made him turn blue instantly.

CO Governor signs two marijuana saftey bills into law

Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper (D) signed two bills into law Monday designed to keep children safe from marijuana.

GM recalls another 1.5 million vehicles

Still smarting from controversy involving a faulty ignition switch, General Motors announced three new recalls involving another 1.5 million vehicles.

Experts say March Madness will cost $1 billion in productivity

College sports fans love it. Some bosses, hate it. As March Madness gets underway, daytime games and office pools could temporarily put work on the sidelines.

Candy Crush company founder will miss out on $1 billion

Toby Rowland quit Candy Crush a bit too early.

TSA confiscates grenade-shaped perfume bottle from AZ woman

An Arizona woman says she's out an $83 bottle of Jimmy Choo perfume, all because of an airport security check. She says TSA screeners confiscated her perfume because they thought it was shaped like a weapon.

FDA recommends HPV test before Pap in detecting cervical cancer

Could a new procedure be taking the place of the Pap test? An FDA advisory committee unanimously recommended this week that an HPV or Human Papillomavirus test become the first line of screening for the deadly disease.