Pa. Bus Driver Facing DUI Charges

b_250_0_16777215_00_images_obgrabber_2014-03_aeb71a1db7.jpgIngram Publishing/Thinkstock (BENTON, Pa.) -- A Pennsylvania bus driver faces DUI and reckless driving charges after she allegedly drove students back to school instead of taking them home. Students asked the driver where they were going, and when she said she was driving to the school, the children corrected her, saying " we already went to school." The woman later admitted to eating gin-soaked raisins to help with headaches.

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Young Patients at Indiana Children's Hospital Diagnose Stuffed Animals

b_250_0_16777215_00_images_obgrabber_2014-03_6600347056.jpgRiley Hospital for Children/ABC News (BLOOMINGTON, Ind.) -- Kids at the Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health diagnosed teddy bears on Friday, giving the stuffed animals shots, putting medical bracelets on their plush arms and putting them through fake MRIs. Doctors say the exercise is designed to help children understand some of the treatments they may undergo during their hospital stay.

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No Perfect Brackets Left in Billion-Dollar Challenge

b_250_0_16777215_00_images_obgrabber_2014-03_ed47db948b.jpgiStockphoto/Thinkstock (NEW YORK) -- After a number of NCAA Tournament upsets on Thursday and Friday, Warren Buffett can rest easy; there are no perfect brackets remaining in the billion-dollar challenge. Through 32 games, favorites like Duke University and Ohio State University have seen themselves eliminated, and so have millions of Americans' brackets. More than 11 million people are participating in ESPN's tournament challenge, and none of them are still flawless.

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Official: FBI Agent Unlikely to Be Charged in Death of Boston Bombing Suspect’s Associate

b_250_0_16777215_00_images_obgrabber_2014-03_55db63a2a3.jpgOrange County Sheriff's Office (WASHINGTON) -- The Justice Department will “very likely” decide against charging an FBI agent for killing an associate of one of the suspected Boston Marathon bombers during an interview in Florida last year, a law enforcement official told ABC News. The FBI concluded its review of the case at the end of last year, finding that the killing was justified and the agent involved committed no wrongdoing, the official said.

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Gay Student Says Mo. College Denied Him Readmission Because of His Sexuality

b_250_0_16777215_00_images_obgrabber_2014-03_df21622773.jpgABC News Radio (HANNIBAL, Mo.) -- A college student who recently disclosed that he was gay claims he was denied readmission to a Missouri university after coming out on Facebook. Chase Martinson, 20, received a letter from Hannibal-LaGrange University saying that readmission to the school only applied to "academically and morally qualified students," according to the letter signed by Dr. Raymond Carty, Vice President for Enrollment Management.

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