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in Music

Sammy Hagar, Glenn Hughes to sing as part of supergroup

The veteran rockers will share vocal duties for supergroup Kings of Chaos at the 10th annual Classic Rock Awards.

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in Local

New York allows teachers to give epinephrine injections

New law allows trained teachers to give injections to students dealing with asthma, allergy attacks

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in Music

Footage of fatal ‘Midnight Rider’ crash released

Video taken moments before production assistant Sarah Jones was killed on the set of stalled Allman Brothers biopic “Midnight Rider”…

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Johnny Depp, Marilyn Manson rock out together

The actor surprised fans by joining the shock rocker onstage during his Halloween show.

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in Sports

Big Ben sets new NFL record as Steelers dominate Ravens

QB Ben Roethlisberger set an NFL record for most touchdown passes in consecutive games.

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in Sports

Auburn, TCU jump in this week’s AP poll

Mississippi State and Florida State remain 1-2 in the newest Associated Press college football poll.

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in Sports

Johnson wins amid frustrated Chase field

NASCAR's Chase for the Sprint Cup championship has become a war of attrition for the drivers still in the title hunt.

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in Sports

Monday’s Sports Minute

In addition to the matchup between Peyton Manning and Tom Brady, here is a look at the other big sports…

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in National

Republicans poised to ride Obama’s unpopularity

Republicans could win control of the U.S. Senate in midterm elections heavily influenced by deep voter dissatisfaction.

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in Weird

Subway ‘diet’ failure leads to Subway robbery failure

A man told police he robbed a Subway sandwich shop out of anger because of his failed diet.

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in National

Oregon ‘right to die’ advocate ends her life

A 29-year-old woman suffering from brain cancer who became an advocate for doctor-assisted suicide has died.

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in National

Student debt burden falling more on top earners

Student loan balances have quadrupled since 2004, prompting fears the borrowing could crimp consumer spending,

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in Local

Forest Home Drive Bridge closed through Monday afternoon

Work on bridge in town of Ithaca will impact drivers all day Monday

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in Sports

NFL: Brady outshines Manning, Raiders still haven’t won

It was another wild Sunday in the National Football League.

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in Entertainment

‘Nightcrawler’ passes ‘Ouija,’ ‘Fury’ to lead box office

The dark crime thriller starring Jake Gyllenhaal topped the weekend box office.

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in Entertainment, Viral Videos

Daredevil Nik Wallenda walks between Chicago skyscrapers

WATCH: The high-wire walker broke two world records on Sunday, doing the second walk blindfolded.

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in Local

Police: 17 busted in underage drinking sting in Cortland

Sting was carried out Thursday on people using fake ID's, in continued effort to crack down on underage drinking in Cortland

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in Black Friday, Lifestyle, National

Holiday shoppers, start your engines

The holiday shopping season is here and retailers aren't wasting any time.

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in Music, Viral Videos

‘Swiftamine’ is the cure for loving Taylor Swift

There's a new medicine for those affected by vertigo after discovering they actually love Taylor Swift .

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New Yorkers to vote Tuesday on redistricting, money for schools, paper bills

Redistricting, money for education, paper bills are focus of three ballot questions Tuesday

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in Viral Videos, Weird

WATCH: Passengers in Russia’s Arctic give airliner a push

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In other countries, you may be asked to push a car stuck in the mud. In Russia, it's a jet.

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Megadeath drummer, guitarist both quit

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Shawn Drover and Chris Broderick have both quit the group.

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Bon Jovi is ‘hard-pressed’ to let Sambora back in the band

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Jon Bon Jovi appears to have severed ties with former bandmate Richie Sambora.

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Phil Rudd arrives late to court with bizarre antics

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The former AC/DC drummer's "dirty deeds" just keep piling up.

in Sports, Weird

50 years later, skating team claims Olympics bronze

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Fifty years after Vivian and Ronald Joseph skated at the Innsbruck Olympics, the American pair officially got their medals.