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(NEXSTAR) – A rocket attack happened overnight in Afghanistan. It happened northwest of Kabul’s international airport amid the U.S. evacuation there, killing a child, according to reports. Officials say this attack occurred with a day left until troops are set to leave the region.

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Deadly violence is putting a major spotlight on the mental health of the men and women who put their lives for our country including many who served in Afghanistan. An organization in North Carolina is making it their mission to help one unit hit hard by a recent spike in suicide.

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Yesterday about 12 hours after Hurricane Ida made landfall in Louisiana at Port Fourchon with 150 mph sustained wind, it weakened to a tropical storm. A woman visited New Orleans to celebrate her birthday. She and her family rode out the storm in a hotel and are trying to fly back to Texas. New Orleans’ historic Karnofsky Shop collapses during Hurricane Ida. The site, located on South Rampart Street, is where Louis Armstrong played jazz music and briefly worked. It’s listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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Saint Louis residents fear a worker shortage is now hitting them in their mailboxes. Andy Banker looks into why people in the area say they are getting mail once or twice a week, if at all.

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A DNA test leads to a shocking discovery for a Utah family, they learned that their son is not related to the father after an IVF mix-up over a decade ago.

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A Kansas man is reaching new heights, potentially becoming the tallest man in the U.S.
He is 7 feet 7 inches tall, making him one of the tallest in the world. But he is so much more than his height.

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