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How Shan'ann Watts' Best Friend May Have Helped Solve Her Murder: Today on Inside Edition

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Shan'ann Watts' best friend immediately suspected something was wrong when the pregnant mother of two didn't show up for a doctor's appointment and called police. 

Nickole Atkinson may have helped preserve valuable evidence in the case against Chris Watts, Shan'ann's husband. See the newly released police bodycam video here

A 3-year-old girl shot in the head during a road-rage incident is walking again. Learn more about her miraculous recovery.

A new photo of Meghan Markle is stoking rumors the Duchess of Sussex might be expecting twins. Check out the picture

And a teddy bear toss shattered records at a hockey rink in Pennsylvania, where more than 34,000 teddy bears were thrown onto the ice

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