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Teen Arrested for Making Violent Twitter Threats Before George Zimmerman Verdict

The George Zimmerman case obviously had a lot of people talking, but the words of one teenager landed him in jail.

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Justin Carter - Comal County Sheriff's Office
Justin Carter - Comal County Sheriff's Office

Anonymous Donor Posts $500,000 Bail for Texas Teen Accused of Making Terroristic Threats on Facebook

An anonymous donor has posted $500,000 bail for a Texas teen many feel has been wrongly imprisoned.

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Phil Campbell/Flickr

How Do You Use Your Mobile Device? [SURVEY]

Kids, it seems like just about everyone I know seems to have some kind of device that they carry with them all the time. It's either a cell phone, a tablet, a laptop, or even more than one of those! So I got to thinking that it couldn't be just me that noticed this. It really is that big a reality. But, what I was curious about was what they actually use it for.

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eBay Bid
CBS

Two-Year-Old Accidentally Buys Car on eBay Using Her Dad’s Phone

Kids are sure getting more and more adept at using technology.

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Missouri License Plate
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Missouri to Allow Digital Proof-of-Insurance Cards

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — The panic attacks soon could be a thing of the past for motorists searching frantically through their glove boxes for a proof-of-insurance card to show police.

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BRHC

Bothwell Regional Health Center Educates about Health And Surgical Weight Loss [INTERVIEW]

Sue Kitto, bariatric program coordinator with Bothwell Regional Health Center came to the studios to tell us about their weight loss programs.

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Computer Mouse
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Sedalia Police Department Reports Recent Telephone and Computer Scams

The Sedalia Police Department has received at least two reports of a new scam that gives the perpetrator access to the victim's computer files.

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Atari Dump
Atari

Massive Supply of Classic Atari Games to Be Excavated From Landfill

Legend has it that 30 years ago Atari buried a massive cache of video game cartridges in a landfill in New Mexico. Specifically, they buried tons and tons of copies of the failed 'E.T.' video game, an Atari non-classic that nearly sunk the gaming industry. Now a film crew has been given six months to search the massive 100 acre landfill to find the motherlode of lost games and confirm that the story is really true.

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Xbox One
Microsoft

Microsoft Xbox One Specs Bolster a Powerhouse Console

Microsoft detailed the specifications of its new Xbox One during the Tuesday Xbox Reveal event.

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Phaser
YouTube

The Future Is Now — Star Trek Phasers Are Real

You know how sometimes you're walking through Times Square, and it reminds you a little too much of 'Blade Runner,' then you get an email on your hand-sized computer/phone, and you have a massive panic attack because THE FUTURE IS NOW?!!!!! This video does not help that feeling. At all.

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