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Leila Fowler's death has a small California town stunned - and worried.

The stabbing of the 8-year-old girl in her home in Valley Springs, Calif., has residents loading their guns and keeping their kids home from school.

Police, meanwhile, have few clues as they hunt for her killer.

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Police officials say that Leila Fowler's 12-year-old brother, who was home with his sister Saturday, spotted an intruder, who ran out of the house.

The boy then found his sister badly injured and phoned his parents, who were at a Little League game. Leila was pronounced dead at a local hospital.

The county coroner says she died from multiple stab wounds.

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A super drunk Novi, Mich., elementary school principal was recently arrested for DUI, then proceeded to slip out of her handcuffs in the back of a police car!

It was a super effort by Kim Warren, 44, but what's a lot less cool is the fact that she allegedly violated the city's “Super Drunk” ordinance beforehand.

Long story short: She was PLASTERED!

Warren was arraigned under Novi's high-blood alcohol content DUI ordinance, which instills harsher penalties on those with a BAC of twice the legal limit.

Apparently, the principal qualified, at 0.17.

In broad daylight no less. Pretty unreal.

After two citizens called to report that a driver was swerving and pulled into the Deerfield Elementary School parking lot, ABC-WXYZ reported.

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A 27-year-old high school teacher in Virginia has been arrested for sexting a former student after his parents found nude pictures of her on his phone.

Cara Alexander, an English teacher at Woodside H.S. in Newport News, was charged with several offenses, including contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

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The 17-year-old student told his parents that he is also in a relationship with Cara Alexander, a full-time ninth-grade teacher at the school since 2010.

While the teenager was previously her student, he currently attends a different school, a Newport News Public Schools spokeswoman told The Virginian-Pilot.

The district plans to ask the state to revoke Alexander’s teaching license.

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Carnival games sure are frustrating.

But I bet you've never been as frustrated as Henry Gribhom, who lost his life savings of $2,600 on a single game.

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Gribhom was at a game called Tubs of Fun at a Manchester, New Hampshire carnival, with his eye on winning an XBox Kinect.

All he had to do was toss some balls in a tub, but when the balls kept popping out, he became frustrated and went home to fetch his life savings.

“You just get caught up in the whole ‘I’ve got to win my money back,'" he said.

For the record, a full XBox console plus Kinect combo pack retails at Best Buy for $299.99.

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A billboard using images of Native Americans to make a pro-gun rights argument has left some Colorado residents saying the image is offensive.

The billboard, purchased by an anonymous group in Greeley, Co., shows three men dressed in traditional Native American attire and the words

"Turn in your arms. The government will take care of you."

Pro-Gun Billboard

Matt Wells, an account executive with Lamar Advertising in Denver, said Monday of those responsible: "They have asked to remain anonymous."

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A baby girl was left on the beach and was found crying in the sand in Hawaii right after she was born, but mercifully, she was saved by another woman.

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The full-term, eight-pound newborn was "abandoned immediately after birth," state Department of Human Services Director Patricia McManaman said.

A woman parked at Sandy Beach in East Honolulu sometime between 11-12 p.m. Sunday heard several people screaming, police said.

Then the screaming stopped and the woman heard a baby crying.

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An Indian Guinness World Record holder attempted to cross a river with only his ponytail attaching him to a wire. He died attempting the stunt.

Sailendra Nath Roy, 48, suffered a heart attack as hundreds watches.

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In March 2011, Roy, a police driver by trade, was named a Guinness World Record holder for travellng the farthest distance on a zip wire using hair.

On this fateful day, Roy was trying to cross the Teesta river near Siliguri, suspended by his ponytail from a zip wire 600 feet long and 70 feet off the ground.

A large number of people had gathered on the bridge to watch.

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Carla Hale is fighting back against what she believes to have been an illegal loss of her job.

The 57-year old says she was let go by an Ohio Catholic school after the institution learned - via her mother's obituary, which named her partner - that Hale is gay.

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An attorney for Hale plans to file a complaint this week with the city of Columbus because it outlaws firings based on sexual orientation.

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Is The Diary of Anne Frank pornographic?

One mother in Northville, Mich., believes so and even went so far as to file formal complaint with her child's middle school, according to local news reports.

The following passage from the The Definitive Edition of the Diary of a Young Girl is the main reason why the mom is so outraged by the famous work:

Diary of Anne Frank Cover

"Until I was 11 or 12, I didn't realize there was a second set of labia on the inside, since you couldn't see them. What's even funnier is that I thought urine came out of the clitoris."

"When you're standing up, all you see from the front is hair."

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Cops are desperately hunting for a Michigan mom who disappeared - most likely via an abduction - from an Exxon gas station around 11 p.m. Friday.

Jessica Heeringa, 25, vanished without a trace just before her shift ended.

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Officials say that she left her purse and car keys behind, but there was no visible sign of a disturbance and cash was not stolen from the business.

Heeringa's disappearance was initially treated as a missing person case, but cops re-classified it as an abduction on Sunday after examining evidence.

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