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New Raptor Found In South Dakota By Team With Kansas TiesA dinosaur fossil found in South Dakota's Hell Creek Formation has led to the discovery of a new giant raptor.
The Latest: Marines Who Lowered Embassy Flag Back in HavanaThe latest on ceremonies to raise the U.S. flag over the embassy in Havana after 54 years of broken diplomatic relations:
Gay Couple Sue FL Over Names On Birth CertificatesThe first couple to be issued a same-sex marriage license in Florida sued the state Thursday, saying that the Bureau of Vital Statistics still won't allow hospitals to list both same-sex parents on birth certificates.
Black Bear Tranquilized After Climbing FenceA black bear that was tranquilized after climbing a fence at an ocean-front condominium complex in Jacksonville has been euthanized.
Judge: BP's Reckless Conduct Caused Gulf Oil Spill BP bears the majority of responsibility among the companies involved in the nation's worst offshore oil spill, a federal judge ruled Thursday, citing the energy giant's reckless conduct in a ruling that exposes the company to billions of dollars in penalties.
Alligator Kills Dog That Was Retrieving Stick In LakeA pit bull was attacked and dragged into an Orlando lake by an alligator.
West Nile Virus Found In Florida Chickens Three chickens in central Florida have tested positive for the potentially fatal West Nile virus.
Alleged Poacher Of 300 Turtle Eggs Is ArrestedOfficials say nearly 300 sea turtle eggs have been reburied after being found in the possession of a poacher.
Feds: Nudists Scaring Off Rare Birds From BeachThe U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service say that nudists are scaring off rare birds on Passage Key.
'Red Tide' Expands Along 60-90 Miles Of Southwestern Florida CoastA 60-90 mile long “red tide” continues to spread along the coast of southwestern Florida, and researchers say that the fish-killing algae bloom is the largest seen in over a decade.
Study: Climate Change May Be Linked To More Severe Tornado OutbreaksA new study has found that climate change might be playing a role in the frequency and strength of tornadoes.
1 Dead, 1 Sickened From Flesh-Eating Bacteria
Vietnam Veterans' Bond Forged Again With Kidney DonationServing together in Vietnam, John Middaugh and Henry "Bill" Warner forged an Army-brothers bond they knew was profound and lasting. A world and nearly a half a century away from the war zone where they'd counted on each other, Middaugh put himself on the line for Warner this month in a new way: by giving one of his kidneys.
Dr. Paul Bearer II Tombstone Tales | Halloween EditionOn Sunday, October 25th, Dr. Paul Bearer II returned to the Tenement Castle for an afternoon of HORRORble movies.

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