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FBI offers $20,000 reward in Lake Oconee slaying
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is offering a $20,000 reward for information in the beheading of a central Georgia man and the feared abduction of his wife from their home on Lake Oconee.
VIDEO: Cat saves boy from dog attack
A cat came to the rescue of a four-year-old boy as he was attacked by a neighbor’s dog while playing in his family’s driveway in Bakersfield, Calif.
Jonesboro boy shot during field day games, hospitalized
An elementary school student in suburban Atlanta was shot in the head during field day activities and has been hospitalized.
Two boys injured in fall after bounce house gets caught in wind
Two New York boys, ages 5 and 6, were seriously injured after the bounce house they were playing in got caught in the wind and flew into the air. The boys fell from more than 15 feet, according to poststar.com.
Parents think babies can learn to read, but experts are dubious
You've got a precocious baby who seems to love books (chewing them, at least). And you've seen the advertisements for products that say your infant can get a head start on that all-important skill of reading.
VIDEO: Son killed in tornado sent goodbye text to mother moments before storm hit
A mother is sharing the story of the moment her son realized he was going to die and texted her goodbye.
Pentagon to review policies on hairstyles
The Pentagon said Tuesday that the military will review controversial hair-grooming policies that led some African American women to accuse the Army of racial bias.
Guidelines released in late March, known as Army Regulation 670-1, included rules that described as "unauthorized " some natural hairstyles popular among black women, including twists and certain types of braids.
VIDEO: Tornado aftermath in Alabama
The Weather Channel looks at destruction in Kimberly, Alabama, near Birmingham, in the wake of Monday's tornadoes.
Bride dies, groom injured in car crash five days before wedding
An assistant college basketball coach from Georgia was seriously hurt and his fiancee killed when he lost contol of his car and struck a concrete bridge support near Atlanta. They were driving to Mobile, Alabama to get married Saturday.
Firstborn girls are statistically more likely to run the world
There's a hunger in psychology for birth-order effects — prophecies about personality that originate in whether your siblings are older or younger than you. At least when it comes to academic achievement, the mythical yeti of family psych has been bagged and examined — call your older sister.
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