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Watch Alzheimer’s patient's emotional response to hearing his favorite music

“He was fun-loving, singing. Every occasion he would come out with a song.” This is how Henry’s daughter remembers her dad. After his Alzheimer’s rendered him unable to recognize his daughter, Henry had to be checked into a nursing home. He later began to have seizures and was barely able ...

Why Comcast wants you to track the cable guy

Comcast is giving its customers the power to track the cable guy. Yep, customers can track the cable guy on a map, in real time, all from the company's MyAccount app. (Video via XFINITY) >> Read more trending stories   Comcast detailed the new feature in a blog post. After scheduling an appointment, the app ...

Car chase ends shocking building collapse

A Missouri woman is in the hospital, accused of stealing an SUV and leading Kansas City police on a high speed chase that ended when she crashed the vehicle into a building. Part of the brick building collapsed after the crash, burrying the SUV in rubble. The Kansas City Star ...

100-year-old woman sees the ocean for the 1st time

Ruby Holt spent most of her 100 years on a farm in rural Tennessee, picking cotton and raising four children. She never had the time or money to go to a beach. That changed this month, just a few weeks shy of Holt's 101st birthday. Thanks to a partnership between ...

Complicated jobs better for brain, research says

Your job could be protecting your aging brain. Scientists at the University of Edinburgh found the more complicated someone's job is, the more likely they are to score well on memory and cognitive thinking tests into old age. The researchers first looked at the childhood IQ tests of around 1,000 elderly ...

Man wrongly jailed for 525 days as a sex offender

A man was wrongly arrested and held at a Georgia prison for 525 days under another man’s name.   Randy Wiggins was mistakenly booked under Randy Williams’ name. Williams is a convicted child molester who was wanted on a warrant for failing to register as a sex offender.   “The sad part ...

Woman claims she was attacked in hospital bed

An Orlando woman plans to sue Florida Hospital, saying the facility did nothing to help her after she claimed another patient molested her while she slept in her hospital bed. WFTV's Angela Jacobs spoke with the woman and her hospital roommate, who both described the incident, which they said happened ...

Police investigate a shooting at Strozier Library on Florida State campus on Nov. 20, 2014, in Tallahassee, Fla.

FSU gunman sent packages to 8 friends: WSB-TV

WSB-TV reported Thursday that eight friends of Florida State gunman Myron May are expecting a package from the man who opened fire at the university library. The group of people say they don’t know what the packages contain; they’ve simply been told to call police as soon as they arrive. (Source: ...

FILE - In this March 17, 2005 file photo, former Oakland Athletic and Texas Ranger baseball player Jose Canseco testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, to examine the use of steroids in baseball.

Hoax? Canseco wants to sell finger he shot off on eBay

UPDATE: According to a TMZ  report, former baseball star Jose Canseco admitted that his claim that his  surgically re-attached finger fell off while playing poker was a hoax. Read the original story below. In a series of tweets Monday,  Canseco said he was thinking of selling on eBay the detached finger and the ...

Crash kills 5 family members on way to Disney World

A family vacation to Disney World took a tragic turn for an East Texas family after five family members, two adults and three children, were killed en route when their sport utility vehicle veered off the interstate and rolled over in northeast Louisiana, police said. The car was driven by ...

Barbie: America's favorite doll was introduced in 1959, inspired by paper dolls of the past.

Georgia Tech student rewrites sexist Barbie book

Barbie is again in the news after a PhD student at Georgia Tech announced she had "remixed" a controversial Barbie book called "Barbie: I Can Be a Computer Engineer." The original book -- which was published by Random House and was available through Amazon until it was pulled -- drew heat for a passage in which ...

Designer creates nearly 400-pound beaded wedding dress

An artist in Minnesota has created a wedding gown so unique that she hopes it ends up in a movie or in a museum. Gail Be has spent over three years designing the dress, which has taken over 20,000 hours to complete with a staff of 23 workers, according to ...

Toronto Maple Leafs right wing Joffrey Lupul (19) cross checks Detroit Red Wings forward Patrick Eaves during the first period of the Winter Classic outdoor NHL hockey game at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Mich., Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2014. Lupul received a two-minute penalty, and Eaves left the ice after hit. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)

Canadian hockey fans finish US national anthem after technical glitch

Canadian hockey fans sprang to the rescue of the United States' National Anthem Tuesday night when a technical glitch caused the microphone to cut out midway through the song. http://youtu.be/mHSaHRd4Q48 Without missing a beat, Toronto Maple Leaf fans picked up "The Star Spangled Banner" right where the featured singer had left off, ...

Watch: City worker throws cat to ground after power pole rescue

Residents of a Los Angeles neighborhood are sounding off after an animal rescue took a shocking turn. A cat scampered up a utility pole, but couldn’t manage to get back down. After three days, concerned residents called the city, and a crew from the Los Angeles Department of Water and ...

Obesity costs almost as much as war and terrorism

It's easy to get lost in the sea of statistics surrounding the obesity epidemic, but this most recent number jumps out at you — $2 trillion.  That's the impact a study says the obesity epidemic has on the global economy, putting it just behind war and terrorism, and smoking. (Video ...

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