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Ashley Woods

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'Duck Dynasty' family to release Christmas album

The Robertson family, stars of the hit A&E show, 'Duck Dynasty,' announced they will be releasing a Christmas album late this fall.

Video: Mustang hit by Oklahoma tornado still runs

A 2003 Mustang still runs after being tossed into a tree by the deadly Moore, Oklahoma tornado. Owner, Jack Haden, takes the stripped down 'Stang out for a test drive.

Amazon plans big expansion of online grocery service

Los Angeles - Beginning this week, Amazon will expand their online grocery service, AmazonFresh, to the L.A. market. If the venture proves successful, AmazonFresh will tap the San Francisco market later this year.

MLB to seek 100-game ban for A-Rod, Braun

Major League Baseball seeks to ban Alex Rodriquez, Ryan Braun and 20 other players for their alleged connection with performance-enhancing drugs and Miami clinic Biogenesis.

AirTran kicks 100 rowdy students off flight

More than 100 high school students were kicked off a 6 a.m. AirTran flight at LaGuardia Airport after they failed to comply with the flight attendant's request.

Bill requiring warrant for cellphone tracking approved in Maine

Augusta - A bill that would require police officers to obtain a warrant before tracking cellphone placement was passed by the Maine House of Representatives.

New Jersey man auctions off spot in heaven

A New Jersey man listed his spot in heaven on eBay as a practical joke. The listing received a hefty response, taking the 99 cent bid to $100,000 before the listing was pulled.

Prague under threat, Czech flood forces 2,700 from homes

Prague - Flood waters plague central Europe, causing authorities to evacuate homes, close schools, halt transportation and discourage travel.

'Storm Chasers' Tim Samaras dies chasing Oklahoma tornado

El Reno - Storm chasers Tim Samaras, Paul Samaras and Carl Young were killed in the deadly tornado outbreak in Oklahoma on May 31.

Op-Ed: Starbucks bans smoking within 25 feet of its 7,000 stores

Beginning June 1, Starbucks will implement a smoking ban of 25 feet around their stores in the U.S. and Canada. This ban won't affect major metropolitan areas where smoking is already banned in public spaces.

Female breadwinner study ignites debate on Fox News

A heated debate between Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly and Fox contributor Erick Erickson stems from a new study that shows 40 percent of women with children are breadwinners.

Relief aid for Moore tornado victims denied at Canadian border

A 44,000-pound shipment of food, blankets and diapers bound for tornado-stricken Moore, Okla., has been stopped at the Canada-U.S. border. Officials will not let it cross until every item is itemized in alphabetical order.

Swedish school forgets to offer required course for graduation

High school seniors in Sweden are forced to finish an entire course in four days before graduation or accept a failing grade because of an error made by the administration.

High school remembers student's cancer battle at graduation

A heartbreaking photo of a reserved seat at a high school graduation goes viral. The seat was reserved for a young man that had lost his battle four years previous.

Customers pay forgotten tabs in Boston Marathon bombings

Boston - The chaos that followed the Boston bombings left many restaurants on Boylston Street with hefty unpaid tabs. A handful of good-hearted patrons have made an extra effort to clear their debt.

Arizona mom framed in Mexico drug bust

A wife and mother of seven has been jailed in Mexico and accused of trying to smuggling 12 pounds of marijuana into the United States.

Statue of Liberty security plan makes visitors 'sitting ducks'

New York - A new plan to screen Statue of Liberty visitors on Liberty Island poses a heightened security risk for terrorist attacks.

FedEx and UPS owe $2.8 million in parking tickets

New York - New York City is expected to collect $550 million in parking violations this year. Due to few parking spaces and the urgency of package delivery, FedEx and UPS have already racked up a $2.8 million bill.

Houston Astros vendor fired, unsanitary act caught on video

Houston - A Houston Astros vendor is fired after his unsanitary act is caught on video by a fan. While this act is surely under the hygiene par, it is the least of ballpark health concerns.

How the penguin lost its flight

Long ago, penguins faced a trade-off between the air and the sea. The evolutionary process may not make sense with the 40-mile penguin march, but as with all adaptions in nature, the outcome reaped the greater benefits for survival.
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