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Thursday

Caddo Mounds historic site reopens 5 years after it was destroyed by a tornado

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Tuesday

A photo from Tacos y Birria La Unica's Facebook account. Tacos y Birria La Unica's Quesatacos hide caption

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Tacos y Birria La Unica's Quesatacos

Also hit by inflation? Your local taco truck

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Friday

50 million Americans are under a heat advisory and they should be cautious

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Wednesday

A blood transfusion station is cobbled together after a Russian attack on a hospital in Chernihiv in northern Ukraine. Oleksandr Ryzhenko hide caption

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Monday

Residents along the Texas Gulf Coast have spotted a flamingo on the run

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Wednesday

Joro spider, first discovered in Georgia, makes its way to neighboring states

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Tuesday

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An oral history of the Nike Cortez, 50 years after its release

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Tuesday

Children's Halloween costumes hang on a wall at a Spirit Halloween store. Like pumpkin patches, the seasonal pop-up shops are a signal that fall is upon us. Jim Watson/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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It's spooky how fast Spirit Halloween stores pop up. Here's how the retailer does it

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