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Documents: TV shooting suspect had a history of racial complaints

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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.

In the Garden: Sunflowers

In the Garden: Sunflowers »Play Video
Sunflowers add vibrant color to your garden during the summer.

Sunflowers add vibrant color to your garden during the summer.

But as the fall approaches and the plants begin to droop, what else can you do with your sunflowers?

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Utah brothers born with rare deformity

Utah brothers born with rare deformity
1-year-old Max Woodward and 4-year-old Payton Woodward. (Photo courtesy Woodward family / KUTV-TV)
If you look closely, there is a difference in the hands and feet of 1-year-old Max and 4-year-old Payton

Guard troops complete firefighter training, prepare to deploy

Guard troops complete firefighter training, prepare to deploy »Play Video
The first 125 Oregon Guard troops called up to fight fires completed their training on Tuesday. Another 250 troops start training on Wednesday.

The 125 Guard troops called up by the governor under Op Plan Smokey completed a week of basic fire training at the Department of Public Safety Standards and Training on Tuesday.

Another 250 Guard troops arrive Tuesday afternoon to begin their training on Wednesday.

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Sen. Wyden, Oregon Duck help Boys and Girls Club 'Think Big'

Sen. Wyden, Oregon Duck help Boys and Girls Club 'Think Big' »Play Video
Sen. Ron Wyden visited the Boys and Girls Club of the Emerald Valley on Tuesday.

Senator Ron Wyden and his helpers put away 300 new books at the Boys and Girls Club of Emerald Valley on Tuesday.

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