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Abby Wambach kisses wife after World Cup win

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Abby Wambach kisses wife after World Cup win

Before Sunday night, Abby Wambach had everything but the World Cup. So when her squad's memorable 5-2 triumph over Japan was sealed, she chose an unforgettable way to celebrate.

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July 4th fireworks: 5 fun things to know

As night skies hiss and crack with fireworks on July Fourth, millions of Americans will gather to gaze at the grand explosions illuminating the skies.

They will fall in love all over again with the bright colors shooting into the night, the loud boom...

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Rain can't stop Atlanta Peachtree Road Race

Bad weather did not put a damper Saturday on the world's biggest 10K, which saw a rain and lightning delay for thousands.

About 60,000 registered for the 2015 AJC Peachtree Road Race in Atlanta, which attracts people of all ages and abilities.

Now in ...

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What you need to know about the dog flu

New cases of canine influenza have spread across several states, and veterinarians are urging vigilance.

More state troopers will monitor Fourth of July traffic

When state trooper Brandon Harris is on the job, he said he is always alert.

Recent rain brings flooding concerns

Rain coming through Mid-Missouri could leave parts of the area flooded and water covering roadways.

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Girl Scouts refuse $100K with transgender limits

It's not every day the Girl Scouts or any non-profit is handed a $100,000 pledge.

The Girl Scouts of Western Washington recently received the donation to help fund activities for girls participating in Girl Scouts.

But the gift came with a catch.

As ...

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How veterans cope with with holiday fireworks

While some may not realize that fireworks can be a source of stress for some veterans, there's a movement to make sure Fourth of July revelers realize it.

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The Internet survived the leap second

This evening, a "leap second" threatened to wreak havoc across the Internet. But unlike the last leap second in 2012, the Internet continued on without a noticeable hitch.

Mid-Missouri authorities respond to ISIS threats in the U.S. this weekend

Homeland Security is urging all Americans to be on high alert after ISIS encouraged terror attacks in the U.S. over the 4th of July weekend via social media.

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