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Three times every weekday the CBS Local news team brings listeners a quick look at the major stories of the day. If you can't get to a radio or television, we'll give you a look at the world in less then 2 minutes.

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CBS Local News Headlines @10:30a.m. ET

8/6/2015
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California firefighters are gaining ground against a huge blaze; former president George W. Bush reported for jury duty in Dallas; Phoenix bounty hunters accidentally raid the home of the police chief; 1 million bikers expected at this weekend's Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.

CBS Local News Headlines @ 8 a.m. ET

8/6/2015
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Donald Trump will be front-and-center at tonight's Republican presidential debate; authorities trying to determine why mentally ill man attacked Tennessee movie theater; more plane debris found on Reunion Island; and Jon Stewart signs off for the final time on "The Daily Show."

CBS Local News Headlines @ 6 p.m. ET

8/5/2015
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An armed suspect inside a Nashville-area movie theater died after exchanging gunshots with a SWAT team that stormed the theater, police said Wednesday; Florida officials say three of the 16 Planned Parenthood facilities inspected last week were performing procedures beyond their licensing authority; A Senate Republican is introducing legislation that would reward states for sending more information about residents with serious mental problems to the federal background check system for...

CBS Local News Headlines @3:30p.m. ET

8/5/2015
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Air crash investigators confirm plane wreckage found last week came from missing Malaysian Airlines flight 370; shots fired at a movie theater near Nashville, police say suspected gunman is dead; President Obama vigorously defends the nuclear agreement with Iran.

CBS Local News Headlines @ 1 p.m. ET

8/5/2015
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Chronic marijuana use among teens does not appear to have a link to physical and mental health issues later in life, a new study suggests; Shots were fired for a second consecutive day near a military facility in southern Mississippi; More homeless women are dependent on heroin and cocaine than men, while 91 percent of homeless people have mental health issues, new research suggests.

CBS Local News Headlines @10:30a.m. ET

8/5/2015
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Nearly 400 people in 26 states have contracted a stomach illness traced to contaminated cilantro; Alabama health officials have quarantined a patient and home for possible Ebola; Boston mayor wants to ban chewing tobacco from Fenway Park and other sports venues.

CBS Local News Headlines @ 8 a.m. ET

8/5/2015
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The top 10 is set for Thursday's Republican presidential debate; FBI reportedly investigating security of Hillary Clinton's emails while she was secretary of state; Netflix offering new parents up to a year of paid leave after they have a baby; and Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy announce they have ended their romantic relationship.

CBS Local News Headlines @ 6 p.m. ET

8/4/2015
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Kelly Osbourne is in hot water after she accidentally made an offensive stereotype in the process of going after Donald Trump for his racist commentary on illegal immigrants; The boat two teens were on when they went missing off Florida’s Atlantic coast is no longer where the Coast Guard found it; The Mississippi National Guard says soldiers reported shots fired during a training exercise at Camp Shelby.

CBS Local News Headlines @3:30p.m. ET

8/4/2015
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Family of Sandra Bland suing Texas trooper and jailers for wrongful death; California dealing with 25 wildfires; 110-year-old woman credits beer and whiskey for her long life; a Kentucky sheriff is using Facebook to encourage drug dealers to turn in their rivals.

CBS Local News Headlines @ 1 p.m. ET

8/4/2015
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Health and physical education teachers tend to have a strong bias against children who are obese, a new study suggests; The families of more than a dozen victims of the Newtown school shooting rampage would split $1.5 million under proposed settlements; The best way to encourage people to get vaccinated is to educate them on the dangers of the diseases they’re meant to prevent, a new study suggests.

CBS Local News Headlines @10:30a.m. ET

8/4/2015
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Detroit Wal-Mart evacuated after employees find a suspicious package; Kentucky mothers suing after their developmentally disabled children were handcuffed in school; Ty introduces Cecil the Lion Beanie Baby; Judy Blume helps fan recover from the loss of a cherished childhood book.

CBS Local News Headlines @ 8 a.m. ET

8/4/2015
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Many GOP candidates take part in New Hampshire forum ahead of Thursday's debate; Donald Trump leading in latest CBS News poll; Circus tent collapse in New Hampshire leaves two dead; and deadly shooting at Toronto nightclub hosting party for Drake.

CBS Local News Headlines @3:30p.m. ET

8/3/2015
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President Obama unveils ambitious rules on greenhouse emissions; jury rejects mercy for convicted Colorado theater shooter James Holmes; hitchhiling robot HitchBot's American journey ends when it is destroyed by vandals in Philadelphia; new study says eating pears before drinking can prevent hangovers.

CBS Local News Headlines @ 1 p.m. ET

8/3/2015
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U.S.-led airstrikes targeting the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria likely have killed hundreds of civilians, according to a report; A Seattle CEO who set all firm salaries at $70,000 says both he and his company have faced hardships following the move; California is under a state of emergency and mandatory evacuations are in place as 25 wildfires continue to burn across the state.

CBS Local News Headlines @10:30a.m. ET

8/3/2015
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Zimbabwe identifies another American it says illegally hunted a lion; California firefighters are getting some help from the weather as they try to contain some 20 wildfires burning across the state; NASA will display wreckage from the Challenger and Columbia space shuttle disasters for the first time ever.

CBS Local News Headlines @ 8 a.m. ET

8/3/2015
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Is Joe Biden going to run for president?; manhunt continues for suspect in shooting death of Memphis police officer; tent collapse at Chicago suburb festival leaves one dead; Buffalo Bills coach Aaron Kromer suspended for first six games of season.

CBS Local News Headlines @ 6 p.m. ET

7/31/2015
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The Charleston church shooting suspect wants to plead guilty to 33 federal charges, but his lawyer said in court Friday that he couldn’t advise his client to do so; Most friendships formed during middle school years are likely to fall apart, according to new research; A new survey suggests that 15 percent of American adults are still offline.

CBS Local News Headlines @3:30p.m. ET

7/31/2015
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14 wildifires are burning across California; the Coast Guard will suspend its search for two missing teens off the Florida coast; American Pharaoh set to make first racing start since winning the Triple Crown; Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announces his wife is pregnant.

Larissa's Weekly Entertainment Recap Week 19

7/31/2015
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Betty White advocates for Cecil the lion, Sherri Shepheard returns to "The View," Drake vs. Meek Mills, Congrats Ashlee Simpson and Evan Ross

CBS Local News Headlines @ 10:30 a.m. ET

7/31/2015
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Officials say an experimental vaccine showed "100 percent protection against Ebola after roughly one week;” A wing part that washed up on a French island is "very likely" part of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, according to an Australian; Authorities in western New York say a woman drowned while trying to rescue two girls from Lake Erie.
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