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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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A look back at the week that was on "CBS This Morning."
One of the great soul singers of his time, the Rev. Al Green's career has taken him from gospel to R&B and back, winning him the 11 Grammy Awards that decorate his church office in Memphis. He was one of the Kennedy Center Honorees this year, representing the best in American arts and culture. Anthony Mason sits down with the legendary singer in Memphis.
Gamers who unwrapped a new console on Christmas were disappointed when the online networks for both Xbox and PlayStation went down. A hacking group calling itself Lizard Squad took credit for the disruptions. Tara Mergener reports.
President Obama is eating at far hipper places than any other president in modern history, partly because Washington has trendier restaurants now more than ever. That's compared to George W. Bush, who rarely left the White House for dinner. Bill Plante reports on the "Foodie In Chief."
A 31-foot sailing vessel end out a distress Christmas morning 75 miles southwest of Monterey, California because its decks were flooding. A commercial ship was able to help a Coast Guard helicopter locate the craft, leading to the rescue.
Next Thursday marks one year since recreational pot became legal in Colorado, the first state in the U.S. to legalize the drug. Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper calls it “one of the great social experiments of the next 50 years." Barry Petersen reports.
Hollywood isn't the epicenter of movie making anymore. The business has left Hollywood and gone south to Louisiana. 18 feature films shot there were released into theaters last year, three more than runners up Canada and California. Anna Werner shows why most of the lights, cameras and action have moved thousands of miles away from the Gold Coast.
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