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A Memphis, Tenn., cotton company supervisor was fired after he was recorded allegedly making racist comments in the workplace. WREG's Sabrina Hall reports.
Black employees accused supervisor of saying microwave, water fountain were for "whites only"
Health officials believe patient died after eating beef contaminated with mad cow disease
On-air tirade was just the latest salvo in a nasty fight pitting two book world titans against each other
After air conditioning at San Antonio's AT&T Center shut down, the heat eventually claimed the biggest star in the game
Police in Warren, Mich., said they have interviewed the husband of Kimberly Ann Dejohn, 51, who has been missing since May 14
Police say students "stepped up" when lone gunman armed with shotgun at Seattle Pacific University stopped firing to reload
"He's got the heart for it and he's got the mind for it," owner Steve Coburn says of the colt
35 young men from Bedford, Virginia, were among first soldiers to storm Normandy beaches, and most of them never came home
Say Aaron Ybarra, 26, opened fire, killing 1, wounding 2; cops say hero student pepper sprayed Ybarra, who's said to be consumed with Columbine shootings
Trains halted at one of nation's busiest transit hubs after suspicious package reported but station was later reopened
Police say student armed with pepper spray subdued gunman who opened fire at Seattle Pacific University
Jim Martin landed on the same patch of land in Normandy as he did 70 years ago, just behind Utah Beach
Elias Saavedra was among tens of thousands of troops forced to march to Japanese prison camps through Philippine jungles
Leslie Cruise parachuted behind enemy lines the night before D-Day; he's returned to Normandy, along with the plane he jumped from
He tried to escape twice from his captors and was kept under harsh conditions; former comrades who now call him a deserter once thought him good soldier
An exotic flower, called the Puya raimandii, is beginning to bloom at the University of California, Berkley’s botanical garden. The plant usually takes 80-100 years to bloom. KPIX-TV’s John Ramos reports.
"It's a single case but it reflects a paradigm shift in the way we treat infectious disease," doctor says
In the wild, the Puya raimondii, also known as the Queen of the Andes, only blooms when it gets to be 80 to 100 years old