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A criminal activity report was recently taken by the Spotsylvania Sheriff’s Office for an attempted fraud in which a citizen was contacted by an unknown suspect.  The suspect claimed to be a Lieutenant with the Spotsylvania Sheriff’s Office and claimed to be owed a past due loan amount of $1,800.00.  The citizen received multiple calls from the suspect over several days
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NBC sold out of advertising spots for Feb. 5 game; Advertisers booking longer spots to showcase their creativity
After customer backlash, Verizon Wireless drops plan to charge for every payment subscribers make over the phone or online
Carmaker recalling more than 4,000 of its 2012 Chevrolet Sonic subcompact cars to check for missing brake pads
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Gay couples in Florida will be able to get marriage licenses starting Jan. 5
The FBI confirmed today that the communist North Korea government was behind the hack attack against Sony Pictures Entertainment. President Obama said today that the U.S. would respond while claiming that Sony made a "mistake" in pulling the film; and, Steve Hartman's story on a Secret Santa's act of kindness in Kansas City, Mo. has become an online sensation. Hartman revisits a story that has touched the hearts of millions.
Shale oil producers are showing signs of concern in response to the drop in oil prices. Manuel Bojorquez reports from Mississippi, where some drilling projects are in jeopardy.
Steve Hartman's story on a Secret Santa's act of kindness in Kansas City, Mo. has become an online sensation. Hartman revists a story that has touched the hearts of millions.
Shale oil producers could lose business if oil prices stay below $60
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported high levels of the flu in at least 13 states, mostly in the Midwest and South. The CDC said 11 children have died from the flu since September. Chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook reports on why this year's vaccine appears to be less effective than normal.
CBS Evening News anchor Scott Pelley continues his reporting from Havana, Cuba, where young Cubans are expressing hope for the future. Pelley asked them about how they plan to handle the opportunities born out of America's new relationship with Cuba.
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