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  Secret Santa pays off layaway balances in Alabama

Some $70,000 in layaway purchases were paid off at two Walmart stores in Alabama.

  Climate change: Greta Thunberg versus Donald Trump

Greta Thunberg was just named Time magazine's person of the year, but that didn't stop President Trump from mocking the teenage climate activist.

  Church builds gingerbread replica of Notre Dame

Holy Trinity Catholic Church, about 30 miles northwest of Kansas City, has created a detailed replica of Notre Dame using 450 pounds of ingredients.

  More than 200 urns taken from cemetery in Indiana

The containers disappeared from Greenlawn Memorial Park, but when they were taken was uncertain.

  Burgler in Ill. steals baby's ashes

An Illinois family is devastated after they say someone broke in and stole their baby's ashes.

  UT shirt sales raise $1 million to fight bullying

The money raised from the sales will go to any antibullying organization.

  Justice Department watchdog concerned about the number of errors in Russia probe

Horowitz: We are deeply concerned that so many basic and fundamental errors were made.

  FedEx driver in Wis. has a serious meltdown

Ring camera catches FedEx driver's temper tantrum.

  Officer uses sign language to help woman apply for ID after report of disturbance

Officer Parra Rodriguez can be seen using American Sign Language in a video released by CHP to help the woman complete the application for an ID card.

  Here’s how you can fight the flu

The first line of defense is a flu shot, but a good diet and hygiene are important, too.

  Authorities says Pensacola base shooter is member of Saudi military

An aviation student from Saudi Arabia opened fire in a classroom at the Naval Air Station Pensacola on Friday morning, killing three people.

  Ex-officer accused of choking child with leash

A former Pasadena, Texas, police officer is facing charges. He's accused of choking his 8-year-old stepson with a leash.

  How does flu make you sick?

An early barrage of illness in the South has begun to spread more broadly, and there’s a decent chance flu season could peak much earlier than normal.

  SEC Championship: 'Mojo' makes it to Atlanta

  National Guard brings holiday cheer to Napakiak

The Alaska National Guard is carrying out a tradition 63 years strong, bringing Christmas cheer to a remote community.

  Loaded weapon found in baby shower gift

The family thought they were buying an unopened Baby Einstein’s bouncer, but instead, it was a semi-automatic rifle.

  Willie Nelson says he doesn't smoke anything anymore

The 86-year-old country music legend said he no longer smokes to help protect his health.

  Watching Your Wallet: Money Moves

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  Many falls in State Championship to Ferriday, Pleasant Grove and Carthage Advance to Title Games

Many falls in State Championship to Ferriday, Pleasant Grove and Carthage Advance to Title Games

  SEC CHAMPIONSHIP: "This, it's ginormous!" LSU fans start painting Atlanta in purple and gold

"Tiger Bait! Tiger Bait" LSU fans are taking over Atlanta and promise to be equally loud or louder than Georgia Bulldog fans during the SEC title game Dec. 7.

  SEC Championship Preview: LSU head coach Ed Orgeron

  SEC Championship: 'Mojo' makes it to Atlanta

  Tiger fans get early start on tailgating

  SEC Championship: Lloyd Cole's journey to LSU

EDITORIAL VIDEO

  EDITORIAL: Fight against bullying can start at home

Online or cyberbullying has grown in recent years. It leaves us all wondering what we can do. As with many issues, improvement can start at home.

  KSLA Nov. 30: Someone's Watching Editorial

KSLA Nov. 30: Someone's Watching Editorial

  KSLA Dec. 11: Smoke Free Casino Viewer Comments Editorial

KSLA Dec. 11: Smoke Free Casino Viewer Comments Editorial

  KSLA Jan. 1: Welcome to 2012 Editorial

KSLA Jan. 1: Welcome to 2012 Editorial

  Editorial: Please donate your gently used school uniforms

Editorial: Please donate your gently used school uniforms

  EDITORIAL: What will it take to make our streets safer?

EDITORIAL: What will it take to make our streets safer?