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Latest Ferguson protests are smaller, more subdued

Posted: 08/20/2014 - The St. Louis suburb still had plenty of protest Tuesday over the fatal police shooting of Michael Brown, and tensions did rise briefly when a bottle was hurled at officers. But it was more subdued than other nights. Police said they made 47 arrests.

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100,000 elephants killed in Africa, study finds

Posted: 08/18/2014 - The study's lead author, George Wittemye of Colorado State University, said Africa will continue to lose more elephants in susceptible areas but the numbers will hold steady in countries that invest in wildlife security.

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Missionary visits Ebola-stricken wife in hospital

Posted: 08/18/2014 - He says he looked through the glass in the isolation room and spotted his wife on the other side. They both placed their hands on opposite sides of the glass and cried.

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Meredith takes the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Updated: 08/18/2014 - Meredith Anderson took the challenge LIVE on News 12 at 6 o'clock. You are supposed to select either being doused with a bucket of ice-cold water OR to donate to support ALS, but Meredith decided to do BOTH. She's calling out WGAC's Austin Rhodes, LL Cool J, and Coach Mark Richt.

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U.S. doctor with Ebola says he's recovering

Posted: 08/15/2014 - An American doctor infected with Ebola while working in western Africa says he is "recovering in every way" and holding onto the hope of a reunion with his family.

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Protesters march through streets of Ferguson

Posted: 08/14/2014 - Early Thursday evening, St. Louis County police and state troopers were walking alongside demonstrators. Several marchers stopped to shake hands with officers. One woman hugged Capt. Ron Johnson of the Highway Patrol, who is overseeing security.

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Protests continue as 2 reporters arrested at Ferguson McDonald's

Posted: 08/13/2014 - In a news release issued today, the department asked that all people who assemble to pray or protest do so in "an organized and respectful" manner and disperse well before evening to ensure the safety of participants and the community.

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State education board to consider conduct grades

Posted: 08/13/2014 - Chairwoman-elect Traci Young Cooper is adamantly opposed. The former state teacher of the year says report cards include a place for teachers to provide parents information on students' conduct. She says students' classroom grades already reflect their personal character skills.

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