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BIG 12 NEWS: ETX native, OK State OL out for season with torn ACL

Nacogdoches native and current Oklahoma State offensive lineman, Devin Davis, is out for the season after tearing his ACL.

Your family's emergency kit is probably a disaster

My mother-in-law and I talk about nearly everything.

Brain-eating parasite case: Florida boy's organs donated

The family of Zachary Reyna, the 12-year-old Florida boy stricken with a brain-eating parasite, has donated Zachary's organs, according to a Facebook page that's been providing detailed updates from the Reyna family.

Stocks fall on talk of strike on Syria

Fears over a possible U.S. military strike against Syria spooked investors around the world Tuesday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average, the S&P 500, and the Nasdaq all fell in morning trading, following global markets lower.

NASCAR driver boosts vets' morale at 200 mph

Brad Keselowski is once again a contender in this year's NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, but off the track he is championing a cause dear to his heart.

Newtown students start first new school year after shooting

NEWTOWN, Connecticut (CNN) -- The return to school after the summer break is an annual milestone in every child's life.

2013 VMAs: Justin Timberlake shines with 'N SYNC, Eminem announces new album

Forget about the Moonmen. It was all about the performances at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards. The VMAs were held at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn; it was the first time the show has been held in New York in four years.

Jindal 'rejects' Obama impeachment calls from fellow Republicans

Republican lawmakers who suggest there are grounds to impeach President Barack Obama are focusing their energy in the wrong direction, Gov. Bobby Jindal of Louisiana said on Sunday.

Jodi Arias hearing: Will judge set date for penalty retrial?

Jodi Arias will return to court Monday for a hearing that could set the stage for her penalty-phase retrial.

Jerry Sandusky's son, six others reach settlement with Penn State

Jerry Sandusky's adopted son and six other victims of the former Penn State assistant football coach have finalized settlement agreements with the university, attorneys said. The amounts of the settlements are confidential.