Woman, 2 children escape after being held hostage in Virginia for more than 2 years

Plus, Dunkin' Donuts considers dropping the word "donut" from its name.
1:04 | 08/04/17

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Transcript for Woman, 2 children escape after being held hostage in Virginia for more than 2 years
To the "Index" of other news. The family held hostage for more than two years. Authorities say a mother and her two children were held captive in a house, the children have never attended school. Her onetime boyfriend, arrested nor kidnapping and assault. A scare at the offices of the irs in Kansas City, Missouri. A suspicious package arriving. Authorities still trying to determine what caused the illnesses. North Carolina's outer banks back in business. Work crews restoring power ahead of schedule, allowing tourists to return to two popular islands this weekend. Authorities forced to evacuate 60,000 visitors after a construction crew sliced two underground cables. And, let the debate begin. Time to make the donuts. Dunkin' donuts considering changing its name to just Dunkin. The new name getting a test run in Pasadena. Tweet me. When we come back, the special delivery for children

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