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Saturday, September 5, 2009

Kidnapped

In Full: They were each kidnapped at age 11 and held captive for years. How did Jaycee Lee Dugard survive? Shawn Hornbeck knows and shares his incredible story.

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Invitation to a Murder

A husband becomes a hero for trying to stop his wife's murder. But then the twisted plot unravels.

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Evening News Online, 09.05.09

Saturday: The H1N1 virus has hit two thousand students, and many question if the future vaccine is safe; Plus, Calif. Officials said they have clear evidence of arson in the station fire North of L.A.

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Shared Space

One Dutch community made an attempt to change the rules of the road by implementing no traffic lights or street signs. Mark Phillips has the story of a Dutch town's shared roadway.

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Drought Drying Crops

The Calif. central valley grows many U.S. agricultural products. However, a drought has set off a battle for the water left, and provided a study of climate change dilemmas. Seth Doane reports.

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9/11 Family Suit

Since the 9/11 attacks, almost every victims' family has settled its wrongful death complaints, except just a few, and only one has a trial date scheduled. Jeff Glor reports on a determined father.

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Afghan Civilians Harmed

The NATO Commander in Afghanistan acknowledged that civilians were harmed during the recent airstrike. As Elizabeth Palmer reports, the incident is another blow to the NATO unity.

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Arson Investigation

Calif. Officials said they have a clear evidence of arson in the station fire North of Los Angeles. As Kelly Cobiella reports, two firefighters died in what investigators called a criminal homicide.

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Shot or Not?

As government pushes to launch 45 million doses of the H1N1 vaccine, many families are wondering if the vaccine is completely safe. Michelle Miller reports.

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H1N1 College Concerns

At Washington's State's main campus, back to school means back to bed. The H1N1 virus has hit two thousand students. As Mark Strassmann reports, schools hope the vaccine will help when it arrives.

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U.S. Open Behind The Scenes

The greatest tennis players in the world are duking it out at the U.S. Open in Flushing, NY. Chris Wragge and Erica Hill give a behind the scenes look at the 4th and final grand slam of the year.

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Modern Matchmaking

90 Million Americans are looking for love online. Natali Del Conte spoke with Whitney Casey from Match.com and found out some insider secrets to building the perfect online dating profile.

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Weapons Of Mass Reduction

In part 2 of 'Weapons of Mass Reduction', Dr. Yan Trokel uses a laser device that claims to melt fat away without surgery on a patient who is about to finish her sixth and final treatment.

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Labor Day Feast Under $70

A special Labor Day chef on a shoestring, Robert Irvine has a $70 budget and will prepare hot dogs from around the world, pasta salad, Corn & Cauliflower salad, and Cinnamon Tabasco ice cream.

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Under the Radar, 09.05.09

On this week's Under the Radar, Chris Wragge and Erica Hill show us a cockatoo who knows how to roll over; A clumsy ball boy, and a simulated glimpse of all the world's flights.

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Brooke Hogan, "Falling"

Pop singer and reality TV star Brooke Hogan in the Second Cup Caf�. She's the daughter of professional wrestler Hulk Hogan and she'll perform her first single off the album, "Falling."

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Back To School Fears

The first day of school is always stressful for students of all ages. Diane Debrovner, Health & Psychology Editor at Parents magazine joins Erica Hill with tips for realizing kid's first day fears.

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