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Homicide Victim Identified as Marshall Woman

The Pettis County Sheriff has identified the homicide victim found Sunday afternoon (May 4) at a Pettis County trailer park south of Sedalia.

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Arapahoe High School Shooting Victim Claire Davis Dies

Claire Davis, the Littleton, Colo. student who was shot during a rampage at Arapahoe High School on Dec. 13, has died. 

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Ariel Castro Confronted by Victim at Sentencing Hearing: ‘You Will Face Hell for Eternity’ (VIDEO)

The Cleveland man who pleaded guilty to 937 charges related to his kidnapping and imprisonment of three women between 2002 and May of this year was sentenced to life in prison without the chance of parole.

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Boston Marathon Bombing Victim Takes First Steps

Less than three months since this photo was taken in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings, the man being carried in the photograph is walking again, despite losing both of his legs.

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Photo Shows 8-Year-Old Boston Victim With ‘No More Hurting People’ Sign

A heart-wrenching photo of 8-year-old Martin Richard, who was killed in the Boston Marathon bombing on Monday, shows the boy holding a hand-drawn sign that says, "No more hurting people. Peace."

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Heart-Attack Victim Searches for Stranger Who Saved His Life

Toronto resident Jason Kroft, his wife and their two young children came to New York city earlier this month to visit Kroft's brother-in-law, Andrew Zeller. Zeller was giving the Canadian family a tour of 30 Rockefeller Plaza when Kroft, who had no history of heart disease, went into cardiac arrest, fell to the ground and stopped breathing.

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Friends Launch Online Campaign to Help Uninsured Aurora Shooting Victim

Caleb Medley was one of the 58 people injured during last week’s horrific theater shooting in Colorado. As a result of that terrible ordeal, the aspiring comedian lost his right eye, suffered brain damage and is currently in a medically-induced coma. To make matters worse, he has no insurance and his bills could exceed $2 million. There is a bright spot in this terrible story, however.

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Colorado Shooting Victim Survives Being Shot in Face Due to Brain Defect

Miracles do happen. A church pastor who counseled parents post-Columbine has offered a detailed update about the status and prognosis of one of the victims of last week’s Aurora, CO massacre at a midnight screening of ‘The Dark Knight Rises.’

The victim survived due to a brain defect that she didn’t even know she had.

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