Room sprinkler system accidentally goes off in Seattle Washington crime lab room and taints evidence / Maryland woman caught on tape fighting and robbing woman in local bar, warrant out for rest and reward for tips leading to discover of suspect / Georgia pilot while practicing take offs and landings crashed aircraft but was lucky enough to escape burning plane / Several US Flags honorably disregarded in fire in California / White House insists that US President Obama has the right to lead efforts in Libya without US Congress approval, 27 Senators call for sizable and sustained withdrawal of US Troops / US Secretary of Defense Robert Gates says that Karzai informed him that he plans to step down as President in 2014 / Indiana University Student Lauren Spierer still missing / Robert Sayegh outraged about being booted off of a plane after using explicit language, says he might sue / Casey Anthony trial continues #1017777
FNC Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 15, 2011
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