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Following the riots in London, crowds of people turned out Wednesday to help clean up the glass and ashes left on the streets of cities across the country.
Andrew Bayles joined the volunteer army in Clapham Junction. "The riots were shocking and I was really rocked to the core by what was going on."
A new leukemia treatment has experts buzzing over a possible cure that may one day change cancer treatment forever.
The experimental treatment delivered extraordinary results to the three leukemia patients who received it. Two of the three are now cancer-free.
Doctors genetically engineered white blood cells from the patients to make the cells kill the cancer.
When he needed a way to help ensure his brother would come home safe from tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan, Ernie Fessenden didn’t resort to rocket science. Instead, he turned to toys. Teaming up with local hobby store owner Kevin Guy, the Rochester, Minn., resident employed some good old-fashioned American ingenuity to solve the problem. And their simple invention, using a toy truck, has saved the lives of six soldiers. In 2007, Fessenden and Guy sent Fessenden’s brother, Staff Sgt. Chris Fessenden, a radio-controlled (RC) model truck outfitted with a wireless video camera to help him check for bombs under trucks and search for improvised explosive devices (IEDs) on roadsides in Iraq.
I am only one,
But still I am one.
I cannot do everything,
But still I can do something;
And because I cannot do everything
I will not refuse to do the something that I can do.
A parishioner at a Georgia church dropped three winning lottery tickets, totaling more than $4,000, into the collection plate. The church plans to use the money to pay part of its mortgage and other monthly bills.
WXIA-TV's Jeerry Carnes reports.