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Sheriff: Idaho wildfire started by teen setting off fireworks

Sheriff: Idaho wildfire started by teen setting off fireworks »Play Video
Photo courtesy of Blaine County

The Blaine County Sheriff says that they have determined that an 18-year-old man started a brush fire that caused homes to be evacuated by setting off fireworks.

The sheriff's office says the man was on private land when the fire started and that no charges have been filed yet, but they are still investigating.

Evacuations for the Colorado Gulch Fire, now estimated at more than 700 acres, have been lifted for some homeowners in Blaine County.

Near miss caught on camera at Barcelona airport

 

A passenger jetliner preparing to leave Barcelona's El Prat airport taxied across a runway where another was about to land, forcing the arriving plane to abort its landing and climb sharply to avoid a possible disaster.

Google Glass wearers can steal your passwords?

Google Glass wearers can steal your passwords? »Play Video
Remember the kid who tried to cheat by looking over your shoulder to copy your test answers? He's baaaack! But this time he's wearing Google Glass -- and he's after your iPad pin.CNN Money Tech correspondent Laurie Segall reports.

Who's excited? July 3rd marks start of ''Dog days of Summer''

Who's excited? July 3rd marks start of ''Dog days of Summer''
Astro gets excited about a sunny forecast for Seattle! (Photo courtesy: Diane Rich Dog Training LLC)

The term originated in southern Europe, when back in ancient days, observers along the Mediterranean Sea used to follow Sirius, which is the brightest star in the nighttime sky and part of the constellation known as Canis Major, or "The Big Dog," when translated to English.

Study: Women undiagnosed with ADHD as kids seeking help as adults

Study: Women undiagnosed with ADHD as kids seeking help as adults »Play Video

The same pills we think of to help hyper kids focus in school are now becoming a go-to for young women diagnosed with ADHD for the first time as adults.

"In the last 5 years, it's almost doubled," said Dr. Brett Cauthen.

He has seen the trends described in a new report, which says between 2008 and 2012, the use of ADHD meds jumped 85 percent among women 24-to-36-years-old.