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One woman walked in, and the Ebola nightmare began

 A middle-aged woman walked into the emergency room of Phebe Hospital with a fever on the evening of June 23.

Four large fireballs reported over USA

The American Meteor Society (AMS) says four large, unique fireball events were reported Tuesday night.

French president: Islamic extremists beheaded French hostage

French hostage Herve Gourdel was abducted and beheaded, a killing shown on video, French President Francois Hollande told the United Nations General Assembly on Wednesday.

Jury declines to charge Tony Stewart in death of driver

NASCAR driver Tony Stewart won't face charges in connection with the on-track death of sprint car racer Kevin Ward Jr., a New York district attorney announced Wednesday.

Obama's coffee cup salute draws criticism

With a coffee cup in hand, President Barack Obama offered a less-than-formal salute Tuesday to a Marine standing guard as he exited the presidential helicopter, Marine One.

Kindergarten class learns in both Spanish and English

Imagine being five or six years old and not being able to speak your first language in the classroom. With a new teacher from Spain, kids at Casper's Part Elementary School, are learning how to get by without English.

Supreme Court celebrates 225 years

Happy Birthday to the Supreme Court. The U.S. Supreme Court turns 225 years old today.

Walmart offering checking accounts

 Walmart is finally getting into the banking business.

American soda goes on a diet

 Big Soda has agreed to go on a diet and scale back the calories in its sugary drinks.

'Pulp Fiction': 20 fun facts as the film turns 20

 Quoting Ezekiel 25:17 from "Pulp Fiction" will likely get you laughed out of Sunday school class.