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New details in shooting of Minneapolis protesters

Court document says suspect called high-school buddy-turned cop and admitted to opening fire at demo over fatal police shooting of Jamar Clark

‚ÄčNo charges for woman who left baby in NYC church manger

District attorney says mother who placed newborn in Christmas manger at Queens church followed the spirit of New York's Safe Haven Law

White House: States can't say no to Syrian refugees

Following the Paris attacks, two dozen governors, mostly Republicans, have vowed to block efforts to resettle Syrian refugees in their states

Casey Kasem's widow sued by his children for wrongful death

Longtime "American Top 40" host had a form of dementia and a severe bedsore when he died at age 82

Settlement over Sony hack gets preliminary OK

Under the deal, Sony agreed to reimburse current and former employees up to $10,000 each

Online retailers increase hires of seasonal workers for holidays

Amazon hired 100,000 extra seasonal workers to meet the rush of online sales this holiday season

"Human error" blamed for U.S. airstrike on Afghan hospital

"This was a tragic, but avoidable accident" says U.S. commander in Afghanistan of deadly U.S. airstrike on Afghanistan hospital

NHTSA reports sharp spike in traffic deaths

Just as 42 million Americans hit the road for Thanksgiving travel, NHSTA reported traffic deaths are up sharply

How can I watch the 2015 Thanksgiving Day Parade?

CBS will air the 89th annual parade live; it will also be live-streamed free on CBS News' digital network CBSN

Georgia sheriff revels in "politically incorrect" lifestyle

Controversial sign warns that Harris County is politically incorrect, and those who don't like it can leave!
The Cameron Yoe football team survived a scare from Malakoff last Friday, storming back for a 45-44 win over the Tigers in Area round action. Cameron now faces Grandview this Friday. Click here for pictures (courtesy of Jerry Bethell)
8-year-old Damon Flemings, Jr., a 3rd grader at Cameron Elementary, became a National Qualifier in for both AAU (Amateur Athletic Union) and USATF (USA Track and Field). He placed 1st in the AAU qualifier on November 14th and 1st at the USATF qualifier on November 21st. Both races were 1.2 miles. The National events will be held in Alabama and New Mexico.

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