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Slip in gas prices may be coming to an end

U.S. gas prices slid downward another 6-plus cents in the past three weeks, but the long decline that began in April may be nearing an end, according to a new nationwide survey.

Feds uncover drug tunnel from Mexico to Arizona

Federal drug agents discovered a 240-yard-long tunnel underneath the U.S.-Mexico border, and they suspect it was used to smuggle drugs into Arizona for sale in the United States, officials said Thursday.

Study: People tweet more about church than beer

In an effort to look at cultural differences across the United States, a data analysis company selected two words that it felt exemplified an American cultural divide and analyzed their usage on Twitter.

Women accused of stealing dead man's wallet, draining account

Two women are accused of stealing the wallet from a dead man and then going on a shopping spree hours after he died. While Longview police investigate, the man's family is fighting to get that money back.

Fight ensues during 'Magic Mike' movie showing

Two women began fighting in a movie theater over whether one should have brought children to see the movie "Magic Mike" Sunday.

New in Theaters - June 29, 2012

NEW YORK, NY (FOX44) – Whether you are looking for a family-friendly film or something just for the adults, Hollywood's throwing a wild R-rated party this weekend, with a guest list that includes a foul-mouthed trouble-making teddy be

US Attorney General Eric Holder found in contempt of Congress

The House of Representatives voted Thursday to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in criminal contempt for refusing to turn over documents tied to the botched Fast and Furious gun-running sting -- a discredited operation that has become a sharp

Facebook quietly unveils 'stalking app'

Facebook appears to have quietly unveiled a new feature designed to let people see which Facebook users are nearby at any given time.

Debby forecast to soak Florida as it crosses state

Tropical Storm Debby was dumping unrelenting rain on portions of Florida on Monday, causing flooding amid high winds as forecasters changed its projected path once again.

New in Theaters - June 22, 2012

NEW YORK, NY (FOX44) – Woody Allen brings the eternal city to life, Steve Carell braces for the end of the world, and Abraham Lincoln takes on vampires.