Homeowners still picking up after flooding

Homeowners still picking up after flooding

The end is far from over for homeowners hit hardest by the flood. While the water has gone down, many homes are left with thousands of dollars worth of damage and some families aren’t sure what to do first.

In a Monday, June 22, 2015 photo, Mary Katherine Pursley demonstrates how she says she held a student over a trash can during a hearing before a tribunal at the school system headquarters in Atlanta. Pursley,  a Georgia special education teacher who was accused of holding an autistic boy upside-down and lowering him head-first into a trash can while comparing him to Oscar the Grouch says she was trying to calm the boy, not hurt him. (Bob Andres/Atlanta Journal-Constitution via AP)

Teacher: Lowering boy into trash can was meant to calm him

A Georgia special education teacher who was accused of holding an autistic boy upside-down and lowering him head-first into a trash can while comparing him to Oscar the Grouch says she was trying to calm the boy, not hurt him.

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Gmail adds ‘undo send’ feature

We’ve all wanted to do it at one time or another. Now, Google is letting you undo those embarrassing emails you send.

People rush a patient to a hospital suffering from heatstroke in Karachi, Pakistan, Tuesday, June 23, 2015. A scorching heat wave across southern Pakistan's city of Karachi has killed more than 400 people, authorities said Tuesday, as morgues overflowed with the dead and overwhelmed hospitals struggled to aid those clinging to life. (AP Photo/Shakil Adil)

Major heat wave in southern Pakistan kills over 600 people

A scorching heat wave across Pakistan’s southern Sindh province has killed at least 622 people, authorities said Tuesday, as morgues overflowed with the dead and overwhelmed hospitals struggled to aid those clinging to life.

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Police arrest 5 after meth lab raid

The raid was conducted Tuesday morning at a home in Leo-Cedarville where two juveniles were placed into protective custody.