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Most-fattening Easter candy

You may pack on the pounds stealing these goodies out of your child's Easter basket.

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Adoptable dogs for April 18-20

Check out these adorable pups at the Houston Humane Society that need homes.

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Adoptable cats for April 18-20

There are lots of sweet cats that need homes. Check these out to see if you can find a new furry friend.

PHOTOS: Your 2014 Houston Texans Cheerleaders!

See images of the 35 women who were selected to the 2014 Houston Texans Cheerleaders squad!

Tori Spelling, Dean McDermott

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Affairs to remember: High-profile cheating

Actress Tori Spelling recently spoke publically about her husband and fellow actor Dean McDermott's affair. But he's not the first celebrity to get in hot water over extramarital activities. Check out this list of high-profile celebrity affairs.

Bill Murray, 2014 Oscars

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Celebrity bad hair days

Think you're the only one having a bad hair day? You're not alone. There are plenty of celebrities that have had them, too.

1906 San Francisco earthquake

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On this day: April 18

Paul Revere rides, an earthquake and fires ravage San Francisco, Albert Einstein dies, Grace Kelly becomes a princess, and the U.S. embassy in Beirut is hit by a deadly car bomb, all on this day.

Katie Holmes, 2007 New York City Marathon

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Celebrities who have run marathons

You may have always wanted to put yourself in your favorite celeb's shoes, but how about his or her running shoes? Check out these celebrities who have run marathons.

Rescuers South Korea

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Hundreds missing after South Korean ferry sinks

Rescue boats and helicopters are scrambling to find passengers, including scores of high school students, missing after a ferry sank off the southwest coast of South Korea.

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Best of the worst: Mug shot hall of shame

Check out these lookers who ran into the law.

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Easter traditions from around the world

Eggs, candy and bunnies are traditionally all part of America's Easter holiday. Take a look at the interesting ways in which other countries celebrate Easter.

Amy Poehler and Will Arnett

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Celebrity breakups of 2014

Breaking up is hard to do, even for celebrities. Take a look at the notable celebrity splits of 2014.

Daffy Duck's debut, Porky's Duck Hunt, 1937

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On this day: April 17

Benjamin Franklin dies, Daffy Duck makes his debut, the Bay of Pigs invasion begins, the ill-fated Apollo 13 returns to Earth, and two Los Angeles police officers are convicted in the Rodney King beating, all on this day.

Credit cards

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Biggest data breaches of all time

A security breach at Michaels stores lasted eight months and affected about 3 million customers, the store said Thursday. The craft store chain made news about the hack public three months ago and has been investigating since then. Take a look at some of the biggest data breaches of all time.

Jay-Z, 2012, Nets hat

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Wealthiest hip-hop artists of 2014

Forbes has released its list of the wealthiest hip-hop artists. See who made the top five and check back when the rest of the list is published on May 5.

Easter eggs, dyed eggs, colored easter eggs

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Fun facts about Easter

Easter is right around the corner. Check out some fun facts about this spring holiday.

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TV's biggest casting changes

Take a look back at some of the more memorable casting changes in the history of television.

PHOTOS: KPRC photos of Easter's past

KPRC Local 2 reporters and anchors share their photos of past Easter celebrations.

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Photos: Gun shop burglary

Police are hoping surveillance photos will help them find the men who burglarized a Houston gun shop. More information.

Texas Plant explosion

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Look back: Deadly Texas plant blast devastates town

One year ago, an enormous explosion at a West, Texas, fertilizer plant claimed 15 lives while destroying 120 homes and damaging 200 others across 37 blocks. Take a look back at images of the devastation.

Generic, abortion protester

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History of abortion in America

A judge has overturned North Dakota's restrictive abortion law. Take a look at the history of this hot-button issue in America.

Matt Dillon file photo

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All in the family: Celebrity siblings

Some family trees are lucky enough to have not only one celebrity, but several. Take a look at some famous celebrity siblings.

Electric bus, hybrid, environment

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25 greenest cities in America

With Earth Day coming up, find out which 25 cities are considered the "greenest" in America.

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Photos: Destruction in West, Texas

See some of the damage caused by a massive explosion at a fertilizer plant in West, Texas.

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Palindrome Week (and other odd dates)

Happy Palindrome Week! Here are some other intriguing dates that have been the source of fascination and speculation.

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Facebook's most annoying changes

Facebook is rolling out a feature that will allow friends to track each other in real time. There have been a lot of changes to the world's largest social network in recent years. Take a look at some of the most annoying.

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Photos: Frank Billingsley gets married

KPRC Local chief meteorologist Frank Billingsley got married on 12-12-12.

Double Down blurb

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19 outrageous fast food items

KFC has announced it's bringing back its fabled Double Down. Here's a look at other outrageous fast food items through the years.

John Mayer, Taylor Swift, 2009

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Songs written about famous people

Songwriters find inspiration in many places, but often times the best muses turn out to be the people in their lives. Here are just some songs famously inspired by other people.

Counting out money

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What things cost in America: 1914 and 2014

The Consumer Price Index rose 0.2 percent in March, and the Bureau of Labor Statistics said increases in the shelter and food costs accounted for most of the rise. See how much things like homes, cars and milk cost in 1914 compared to today's prices.

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