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A high speed chase ends, as many do, but on the way, a baby is dropped out of the door of that car. Plus, strong warnings of antidepressants and teen suicide. The feds want new guidelines for anyone prescribing antidepressants to the ocean. And Hurricane Ike, a Category four with 140 miles an hour. One possible target, the Alabama coast where live there has popped reports tonight....
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