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    American Airlines waives man’s $200 change fee after witty letter

    BUFFALO, N.Y. — The next time an airline hits you with a fee, you can either go on a epic rant about “big business” and their “evil” ways. Or you can do what Alex Hamberger did. He took the honey over the vinegar approach and look where it got him. In March, a sudden illness forced […]

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    Cleaning up after metro Denver’s first big hailstorm of the season

    WESTMINSTER, Colo. — Gayle Passwaters raked her yard near Hyland Hills Golf Course on Wednesday, 24 hours after a hailstorm pummeled the area. “Boom — it just came down in a blaze,” Passwaters said. “The roofs were all white with snow. It was just horrible.” The biggest damage Passwaters suffered was her “green thumb.” Leaves on […]

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    6 men charged in Wal-Mart shopper’s death

    FREDERICKSBURG, Va. — Stuart Cole was found dead inside his Virginia apartment in December, the result of a beating he suffered four years ago outside of a Wal-Mart, according to prosecutors. He died of complication from seizures, the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Richmond recently determined, according to WTVR. Cole, 22, developed those […]

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    DU, Metro State rank high for offensive comments about women online

    DENVER —  A report by lists the University of Denver and Metropolitan State University of Denver in the top 10 of colleges with the most offensive comments toward women on Twitter. The report tracked more than 1 million tweets and then narrowed them down to a specific geographic location. Researchers searched for words that are too […]

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    Lions shot and killed after man jumps into enclosure

    SANTIAGO, Chile — A zoo killed two lions to save a man who jumped into the big cats’ enclosure in the Chilean capital. The man climbed over the fence Saturday and removed his clothes before approaching the lions, according to a statement posted on the Santiago Metropolitan Zoo Facebook page. He was apparently attempting suicide, […]

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    Taliban leader Mullah Mansour likely killed in airstrike, U.S. officials say

    WASHINGTON — Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mohammad Mansour was likely killed in an airstrike in Pakistan on Saturday, two U.S. officials said. One of the officials said the strike occurred around 4 a.m. MDT Saturday morning in a remote area of the Pakistan-Afghanistan border, southwest of the town of Ahmad Wal. “Mansour played a key […]

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    Polls: Clinton and Trump neck and neck

    WASHINGTON  — Two new polls out this weekend show the presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump and his likely Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton are both viewed unfavorably by more than half of U.S. voters. In a Washington Post-ABC News survey released Sunday, the candidates both registered net negatives in the double-digits, with 57 percent of the […]

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    4 scenarios on EgyptAir Flight 804 investigators are considering

    CAIRO — There are broadly four areas investigators will consider as they probe the disappearance of EgyptAir Flight 804 over the Mediterranean shortly before it began its descent to Cairo: Did it crash or explode due to pilot error, a technical malfunction, a smuggled bomb or an inside act of sabotage? The hunger to know the […]

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    Vaping explosion knocks out man’s teeth, rips hole in tongue

    ALBANY, N.Y. — Kenneth Barbero was enjoying a nice millennial vaping session when the hand-held device he was using blew up in his face, knocking out teeth, ripping a hole in his tongue and leaving his hands covered in burns. “[It was] like an M80 bomb went off in my mouth,” Barbero told WTEN through […]

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    New rule expands overtime pay to millions of workers

    WASHINGTON — Starting later this year, millions more workers will become eligible for overtime pay. Under a new rule announced by the White House on Tuesday, anybody making a salary of less than $47,476 ($913 a week) will automatically qualify for overtime pay when they work more than 40 hours a week. That’s roughly double […]

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    Electrician facing criminal charges after Problem Solvers investigation

    ADAMS COUNTY, Colo. — A FOX31 Problem Solvers investigation seeing results after the Adams County District Attorney’s office charged a metro-area electrician with theft from an elderly woman. Deputies arrested Brian Martinez on charges of theft of an “at risk elder” and two misdemeanor counts of theft.  Our investigation focused on Martinez who was accused […]

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    Clinton wins Kentucky, Sanders takes Oregon

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Hillary Clinton will squeeze out a cliffhanger victory over Bernie Sanders in Kentucky’s Democratic primary Tuesday, a result that keeps her on track to win the nomination but also highlights deep divisions in the party. Clinton won the state by almost half a percentage point, according to the Kentucky Secretary of State’s website. […]