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Wheaton students donate thousands of water bottles to Harvey victims


Walk to End Alzheimer's 2017


Go Red For Women Luncheon: Life is Why


Big 50 Challenge: Help us find 50 Big Brothers in 50 days


KY3 for Kids Storybreak schedule


Woman's work with veterans earns her Red Cross Centennial Award


Bill Taylor is 'Mr. Everything' for the Red Cross


Red Cross volunteer earns Centennial Award


"Miracle on the Hudson" passenger will speak at Red Cross Centennial Celebration


Give and Taste event raises money for Catholic schools


Dixon under boil water advisory


Check Out Hunger this holiday season for local families


'Love Trumps Hate' rally fills Park Central Square


Make this winter warmer for children through Coats for Kids


Volunteers needed for Salvation Army's Red Kettle Campaign


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Rescues Continue as Mexico Quake Deaths Rise to 273

Confusion continued to surround the fate of a 12-year-old girl widely reported to have been discovered in the rubble of a school in southern Mexico City.

Kim Jong Un Calls Trump 'a Frightened Dog' and 'Dotard'

The isolated leader of North Korea also called U.S. President Donald Trump a "gangster fond of playing with fire" in an official yet fiery statement on Thursday.

'Nothing Can Prepare You for This': Puerto Ricans Face Devastation

Puerto Ricans describe adjusting to a devastated landscape outside their homes and businesses and no power for the foreseeable future.

Aaron Hernandez Had Brain Disease, Doctors Say

Former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez had CTE, a serious brain disease linked with concussions and head impacts, Boston University said.

Mainland Families Desperately Await Word From Puerto Rico

After Hurricane Maria knocked out power to the entire Island of Puerto Rico, relatives on the mainland say they are desperate to hear from their families.