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Flowers are left for the two journalists that were killed this morning during a live broadcast on August 26, 2015 in Roanoke, Virginia. Two employees of WDBJ TV were killed this morning during a live broadcast at Bridgewater Plaza on Smith Mountain Lake. The victims have been identified as reporter Alison Parker and cameraman Adam Ward. Parker, 24 and Ward, 27, worked for WDBJ in Roanoke, Virginia. The suspect, Vester Lee Flanigan, also known as Bryce Williams, died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. (Jay Paul, 2015 Getty Images)
Survivor in good condition
The woman who survived an on-air shooting near Roanoke, Virginia, yesterday is doing better at a hospital.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (Chip Somodevilla, Getty Images)
Walker: Clinton wrong on gun control after TV shooting
Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker says the proper response to the on-air shootings in Virginia is "more sophisticated and challenging" than the gun control measures Hillary Rodham Clinton has proposed.
(Jason Morrison,
Indiana Supreme Court hears dispute over '0INK' plate
A state lawyer says Indiana's Bureau of Motor Vehicles has the right to reject offensive messages sought on personalized license plates because every license plate has some government speech on it.
Tokyo Olympic Stadium (CNN, courtesy Zaha Hadid Architects)
Japan scales back Tokyo 2020 Olympic stadium plans
Japan has reduced the seating and slashed the cost of its planned stadium for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics after public opposition to the earlier approved design.
Jonathan Martin
Former NFLer Jonathan Martin working on memoir
Jonathan Martin, the former NFL tackle who abruptly left the Miami Dolphins and has since said he attempted suicide, is working on a memoir.
Usain Bolt: How a cameraman stopped him in his tracks
Even the fastest man on Earth has got to watch where he's going.
Puppy trapped in pipe rescued after 10 hours (Arizona Humane Society)
Puppy trapped in pipe rescued after 10 hours
A puppy trapped in a sewage pipe for approximately 10 hours was rescued late Thursday night.
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Students at Ohio high school to undergo random drug testing
When students returned to New Richmond High School on Thursday, Aug. 20, it was under a new rule.
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Why doctor visits can require so much paperwork 
If you change doctors or health care providers, you might end up spending a lot of time filling out more paperwork to recreate your medical history. News 4's Terri Hendry looks at why there can sometimes be a hassle, and what's being done about it.
Sparks police are asking for your help (Terri Hendry, KRNV)
Detectives ask for your help in attempted child lure case 
Sparks investigators are hoping you can provide more information in an attempted child lure case.
A bus fiasco prompts change and apology (Terri Hendry, KRNV)
Fallon school bus fiasco prompts change and apology 
The plan was supposed to ease traffic congestion around some schools but it didn't work out that way. Quick action by the Superintendent and District turned the situation around.

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