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Actress Juanita Moore dies at 99

Juanita Moore, the third African-American actress to ever get a supporting actress Oscar nomination, died of natural causes at her Los Angeles home Tuesday, her grandson said. She was 99.

Arctic blast to drop temperatures in U.S. to lows not seen in years

A deep freeze will leave much of the nation shivering this weekend, making the nor'easter that just blanketed about 20 states with snow look like a mere curtain raiser.

Man accused of killing mom, stepfather escapes from facility

A man accused of killing his mother and stepfather then dumping their bodies in a basement is on the run after escaping from a South Carolina mental health facility.

Obama administration announces executive actions strengthening federal background checks for gun buyers

Friday, the Obama administration announced two new executive actions that will help strengthen the federal background check system and keep guns out of the wrong hands.

49ERS VS. PACKERS: NFC Wild Card game preview

Two NFC teams with great history face off at 3:35 p.m. CT this Sunday on FOX 33. The 12-4 San Francisco 49ers will be hosted at a very chilly Lambeau Field by the 8-7-1 Green Bay Packers.

Chinese ship in Antarctica rescue fears it could get stuck in heavy ice, too

Are the rescuers going to need rescuing? A Chinese icebreaker whose helicopter on Thursday airlifted dozens of passengers stranded on a ship stuck in the Antarctic ice is now worried about its own situation.

Man tries to sell stolen brains on eBay, police say

This was not was your typical undercover sting. For starters, it was happening at an Indiana Dairy Queen. And the target was brains. Yeah, a brain bandit.

Wal-Mart recalls card table, chair sets due to finger amputation, fall hazards

According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, Wal-Mart has recalled card table and chair sets due to finger amputation and fall hazards.

GOP-led House will kick off 2014 like it spent most of 2013

The GOP-led House of Representatives will kick off 2014 -- a midterm election year -- addressing an issue it spent much of last year debating: Obamacare.