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Chow from a 3-D printer? Natick researchers are working on it

Army researchers are investigating ways to incorporate 3-D printing technology into producing food for Soldiers.

FOB Walton closes as Afghanistan withdrawal continues

The hollow aluminum tent frames, clanked as they hit the ground during quick disassembly. The tents were the last standing structures on a huge empty lot in Kandahar province, Afghanistan, once known as Forward Operating Base Walton.

Dealing with stress to avoid depression

It's a tough world out there and for some people, all this upheaval can be upsetting . Many become stressed out. Psychologists say, there are ways you can deal with anxiety that can keep depression away.

Dealing with stress to avoid depression

It's a tough world out there and for some people, all this upheaval can be upsetting . Many become stressed out. Psychologists say, there are ways you can deal with anxiety that can keep depression away.

47 shot. 5 dead. Chicago officials meet

After an 11-year-old girl was shot and killed by a stray bullet while sitting on a friend's bedroom floor, Chicago officials met Monday to discuss the city's recent surge in gun violence.

Three New Mexico teens charged with killing homeless men

Three teens admitted to police they attacked two homeless men who were found dead in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on Saturday, police said.

Chipotle stock soars after yummy earnings

Forget buying burritos and tacos at Chiptole, purchase the company's stock.

Israeli soldier killed in clashes with Hamas had south Texas connection

An Israeli soldier, killed in the current clash with Hamas, had a South Padre Island connection.

New Mexico Department of Health reports new plague case

The New Mexico Department of Health is reporting a case of plague in a 43-year-old woman from Rio Arriba County who is currently hospitalized. Confirmatory testing was conducted at the Department’s Scientific Laboratory Division.

Perry will activate up to 1,000 Guard Troops

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Casey Kasem's body is missing, daughter says

The family battle that surrounded radio host Casey Kasem during his final days continues to rage on after his death.

Texas cities pushing back on Border surge

City Councilwoman Heidi Thiess of League City swung into action shortly after she saw media reports of Central American children sleeping in cramped detention centers along the Texas-Mexico border.

A woman in TX says she was shot in her head over her cell phone

A Texas woman is recovering after being shot in the head by a would be thief. She tells Drew Karedes she was taking out the trash, when a man with a gun demanded her cell phone, which she refused to give up.

Owners of a Fort Worth funeral home are facing charges of abuse of a corpse

Both owners of the Johnson Family Funeral Home in Fort Worth are facing charges of abuse of a corpse. Police found the remains of eight people, including two stillborn babies, unattended inside the mortuary on Tuesday.

Four plead guilty in Houston to sex trafficking, harboring and money laundering

Four people entered guilty pleas Thursday to conspiracy to harbor illegal aliens relating to their roles in a sex trafficking, harboring and money laundering organization, announced U.S.