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POLICE: Man tried to sell stolen brains on eBay

This was not was your typical undercover sting. For starters, it was happening at an Indiana Dairy Queen. And the target was brains. Yeah, a brain bandit.

49ERS VS. PACKERS: NFC Wild Card game preview

Two NFC teams with great history face off at 3:35 p.m. CT this Sunday on FOX 44. The 12-4 San Francisco 49ers will be hosted at a very chilly Lambeau Field by the 8-7-1 Green Bay Packers.

Wal-Mart recalls card table, chair sets due to finger amputation, fall hazards

According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, Wal-Mart has recalled card table and chair sets due to finger amputation and fall hazards.

Robertson's to partner with Mossberg for 'Duck Commander' firearms

They've made billions of dollars with their TV show and products, now the "Duck Dynasty" family is branching out into firearms.

Former First Lady Barbara Bush hospitalized

Former first lady Barbara Bush remained hospitalized on Wednesday in Houston for a "respiratory-related issue." Bush, 88, the wife of the 41st President, George H.W. Bush, and the mother of the 43rd, George W.

At least 14 injured in blast, fire in Minneapolis apartment building

An explosion and fire at a three-story apartment building in Minneapolis Wednesday left at least 14 people hospitalized, six critically, fire officials said.

(Psst, aliens) Elaborate crop circle in California mowed down

An elaborate crop circle sculpted into farmland two hours south of San Francisco is no more, having been mowed down to the dismay of hundreds who flocked to glimpse the unexplained site earlier this week. On Tuesday afternoon, the intricate design

Colorado's recreational marijuana stores make history

DENVER (CNN) -- Iraq war veteran Sean Azzariti described his purchase of recreational marijuana -- legally -- as a historic moment Wednesday. "It's huge," he said at a marijuana store along a light industrial corridor outside downtown Denver.

James Avery, star of 'The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air' dies at 65

Actor James Avery, who played the beloved Uncle Phil on the hit 1990s sitcom "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air," died Tuesday, his publicist confirmed. He was 65.

Court delays Obamacare contraception mandate for 2 nonprofits

The U.S. Supreme Court has temporarily exempted two Catholic Church-affiliated nonprofits from requirements to provide contraceptive coverage to its employees under the Affordable Care Act.