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Emergency responders have expanded their search for families that were swept away as rivers swelled due to the heavy rains
In separate swimming and boating incidents, authorities were searching for people who were missing, but some fatalities were reported
A marine and his bride-to-be were brought together with their eyes closed to have a final prayer together before they took their vows. CBSN's Jeff Glor shows us the emotional image and response.
Simple tips to make sure you have the most fun in the sun this summer.
A bill that removes provisions that jail repeat offenders for up to 20 years was passed by the state senate
A bounce house was thrown into air after a waterspout made landfall on a beach in Ft. Lauderdale; and at the Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, U.S. Special Forces are taking a 15-day course on horseback riding
The trial of a man who killed two trespassers in a rental unit he owns has rekindled discussions of how such laws are interpreted
At the Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, U.S. Special Forces are taking a 15-day course on horseback riding. As Chip Reid explains, horses and mules will play a key role in mountain warfare where transportation options are slim.
Drivers trying to get their defective Takata airbags fixed have been told it'll take months before they can bring their car in. Confusion and backorders have led to long delays that are increasing frustration among drivers. Jeff Glor reports.
Researchers have been looking at how the attack on the Boston Marathon led to a number of hearing related injuries. Doctors say Doctors say 90% of patients hospitalized for injuries also had ruptured ear drums. Michelle Miller reports.

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