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Morning Express with Robin Meade

A fast, personal, and smart blend of all the news you want in the morning. We call it "News in the Fast Lane." So buckle up.

Are cell phone cases replacing bags as the new "it" fashion item?

Style Pop: OMG that cell phone case is so cute!

Maybe you’ve heard that the fashion industry is upset about how there’s no “It” bag right now.

Perhaps the whole idea of a purse has been eclipsed by the iPhone case! After all, it’s an accessory you hold or keep by you all day long, and used by both men and women. Even high-end fashion houses are getting rather playful!

Cops: Officer's story bogus, may have shot up his own car

Cops: Officer's story bogus, may have shot up his own car

A police officer who said somebody shot at his patrol car, causing it to spin-out, hit a tree and catch fire… allegedly shot it up himself!

The car was pulled from a ditch in Massachusetts on Wednesday.

Ohio teen with prosthetic leg plays High School football

HS football player has very special equipment

A teen in Ohio is not letting anything stop him from his football dreams, not even the loss of a limb.

Andrew McCaffrey lost his leg to a rare form of bone cancer when he was just 13-years-old.

City Sheriff's deputies form a perimeter around State's Attorney for Baltimore Marilyn Mosby (C) as she leaves the Baltimore City Circuit Courthouse East where pre-trial hearings were held for six police officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray September 2, 2015 in Baltimore, Maryland. Earlier this year Gray, 25, suffered a severe spinal cord injury while in police custody and later died. His funeral was followed by rioting, looting and arson.

Freddie Gray case: 6 officers to be tried separately

The six Baltimore police officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray will be tried separately.

But the defense failed to get the state prosecutor taken off the case and the charges, ranging from assault to murder, thrown out.

Images of toddler's body on beach puts refugee crisis in focus

Images of toddler's body on beach puts refugee crisis in focus

More than 350-thousand people have fled to Europe this year to escape war and poverty.

Many have crammed into dangerously overcrowded boats, including a 3-year-old boy whose body washed up on a beach in turkey.

 Police continue to search for evidence at the defunct cement plant where Lt. Joe Gliniewicz was killed on September 2, 2015 in Fox Lake, Illinois.

Fake tip leads cops looking for killers on goose chase

Police near Chicago say they wasted hours searching an area for suspected cop killers because a woman who was looking for attention called in a fake tip.

Kristin Kiefer reportedly told police that two men tried to get into her car in the town of Volo, which is just a few miles from where Lt. Joe Gliniewicz was shot to death on Tuesday morning.

Chris the sheep went unsheared for around 6 years

Sheep finally sheared after 6 years

An champion shearer was called in to help an Australian sheep who had gone unclipped for about 6 years.

Chris the sheep apparently became separated from his flock and was left out on his own. When he was finally found, his wool had grown so long it covered his eyes!

High School under fire for mass baptism on campus

Mass baptism at school could lead to lawsuit

A high school football team in Georgia held a mass baptism on school grounds, before practice, and now the school district could be sued.

More from HLN affiliate WSB: School under fire