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Ebola patients buying survivors' blood from black market, WHO warns

As hospitals in nations hardest hit by Ebola struggle to keep up, desperate patients are turning to the black market to buy blood from survivors of the virus, the World Health Organization warned.

State of emergency declared for Northern California counties hit by fires

California's Governor has declared a state of emergency in two counties in the north of the state where wildfires have torched tens of thousands of acres, destroying some homes and threatening others.

AR student forced to change out of 'Virginity Rocks' t-shirt

Fayetteville, AR (KFSM) -- A Fayetteville junior high school made a teenager girl change out of a T-shirt at school this week because the school said it contained sexual content.

California OKs first tests of self-driving cars

California, a state synonymous for cars, has issued its first approvals to test self-driving cars. Audi and Google have both received an autonomous driving permit from California.

Enterovirus D68 spreads to Canada

Canadian health officials have confirmed three cases of Enterovirus D68 in British Columbia. A fourth suspected case from a patient with severe respiratory illness is still under investigation.

Parents of Aurora shooting victim sue ammo sellers

The parents of a woman killed during the Colorado theater shooting two years ago are suing four online retailers for negligence.

Father charged in son's slaying 31 years later

It's been 31 years since Stanley Guidroz first reported his 3-year-old son missing in Tacoma, Washington.

UPS plans huge boost in holiday hiring

UPS is going to make it a happy holiday for lots of people looking for work. The parcel delivery service plans to hire up to 95,000 seasonal employees this holiday season, nearly double last year's total of 55,000.

Adrian Peterson: Not a child abuser, but sorry about 'hurt I have brought' to son

Minnesota Vikings star Adrian Peterson said Monday that he is "not a perfect parent, but I am, without a doubt, not a child abuser."

Wildfires threaten thousands in Northern California

Wildfires raced across Northern California overnight, charring at least 9,000 acres and forcing thousands from their homes, fire officials said.