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Thousands of bats take over school gym

Thousands of bats take over school gym »Play Video
Halloween is weeks away, but you wouldn't know it at an elementary school in Missouri. Bats -- thousands of bats -- are haunting the attic in the school gym. Kadee Brosseau reports the problem is so bad, students have to take P.E. somewhere else.

Former bookkeeper pleads guilty to stealing $25,000 from a nonprofit

Former bookkeeper pleads guilty to stealing $25,000 from a nonprofit »Play Video

A former Eugene bookkeeper is now required to pay back $25,000 charges after she pleaded guilty to countless theft charges Wednesday.

Former co-worker shoots, kills TV reporter, cameraman live on TV

Former co-worker shoots, kills TV reporter, cameraman live on TV
The crew was conducting a live interview when the shooting took place.

Shots rang out on-air as reporter Alison Parker and cameraman Adam Ward were presenting a local tourism story live on morning television.

Both victims died as a result of their injuries.

Roller Derby team heads to playoffs: 'We have trained just nonstop'

Roller Derby team heads to playoffs: 'We have trained just nonstop' »Play Video

The Emerald City Roller Girls are proving there’s a new sport to rally behind in the Eugene Springfield area as they head to playoffs.

Police: Suspect in video identified, remains at large

Police: Suspect in video identified, remains at large »Play Video

Officers identified a suspect in an attempted burglary after surveillance camera footage circulated in the community on Tuesday.

Now Springfield Police are asking for the public's help locating Randolph Dell Calhoon Nelson, 61.

Anyone with information regarding his whereabouts is asked to call the Springfield Police Department at (541) 726-3714.

20 fires in 3 months: Oakridge blazes under investigation

20 fires in 3 months: Oakridge blazes under investigation »Play Video
This fire is the most recent in a string of 20 human-caused fires in just 3 months near Oakridge, Ore.

A special team of state and federal investigators will tackle a string of human-caused fires in Oakridge, including as many as 20 blazes in the past 3 months alone.

Documents: TV shooting suspect had a history of racial complaints

Documents: TV shooting suspect had a history of racial complaints »Play Video

The man suspected of killing a Virginia reporter and cameraman during a live broadcast Wednesday morning reportedly wrote in a document faxed to ABC News that the killings were a reaction to the murders of nine people at a Charleston, South Carolina church in June.