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Anonymity is fleeting when people are tweeting
In the ego-driven game of Twitter, Jofi Joseph was, for a while, one of the winners. But what did it get him? While Twitter has launched many once-obscure wits to social prominence, Joseph — the National Security Council staffer fired this week when he was revealed as the secret author of @natsecwonk — could never benefit from a growing fan base.
Dog who helped search for tornado victims honored
His name is Bond. He is courageous and confident, renowned for his search and rescue work. But unlike the fictional secret agent known as 007, this Bond has four legs and a silky fur.
Town's fears realized as search ends for missing 12-year-old
Family, friends of Adriaunna Horton held onto hope that girl was still alive since her disappearance from a town park at 5 p.m. Monday. Bobby D. Bourne Jr., 34, is charged in her abduction.
VIDEO: Truck and trailer ramp over guardrail, into creek
A short Vine video captured the moment a pickup truck and trailer veered into a median and ramped over a guardrail into a creek in Michigan, according to the Lansing State Journal.
AUDIO: DA releases 911 call in college student's murder
The district attorney in Stephens County, Okla., has released a seven-minute recording of a 911 call placed by a passerby who saw Christopher Lane, 22, stagger from a gunshot wound and collapse into a ditch. Joyce Smith relays Lane's quickly deteriorating condition as passersby rush to his aid.
Thrill killing befuddles small Oklahoma town
Authorities in Duncan, Okla., are struggling to expain last week's thrill killing of a college student. Police say three teenagers charged in the murder are not part of a gang, though they see themselves as "gangsters" like those portrayed on TV and the movies.
Could drones 'spy' on the peanuts?
Researchers in South Georgia are testing a 25-pound helicopter drone to judge its use in gathering data about peanut and cotton crops.
Found: One artificial leg, new shoe attached
Georgia woman and her daughter searching for the owner of roadside limb.
Mom of Okla. murder suspect doesn't believe he pulled the trigger
Three teenagers were scheduled to be arraigned Tuesday in state court in the random, drive-by shooting of a college baseball player that has shocked the small Oklahoma town of Duncan and the victim's Austrailian parents.
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