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A manhunt is underway after an off-campus apartment shooting Saturday at Auburn University. Desmonte Leonard faces three capital murder charges in connection with the off-campus shooting, three others were injured. An active manhunt is underway in Montgomery, where Leonard is from and is suspected to be hiding. Two men, 41-year-old Gabriel Thomas and 18-year-old Jeremy Thomas are in custody and charged with hindering prosecution. Authorities in Montgomery say Gabriel Thomas had contact with Leonard and then provided false information to officers. Auburn's police chief says Jeremy Thomas was with Leonard at the scene and fled with him after the shootings.

"Good Morning America" anchor Robin Roberts is facing a new medical challenge that will require her to start chemotherapy and get a bone marrow transplant. She was recently diagnosed with myelodysplastic syndrome, which is a result of her treatment for breast cancer. It's a blood and bone marrow disease once known as preleukemia. The diagnosis is rare, only about 18,000 people develop MDS every year, of that, only 350 do because of their cancer treatment.

Talk about a Cinderella story! The Stony Brook University baseball team will make its first ever college world series appearance this year. The Seawolves upset LSU, a six-time national champion, to earn the trip to Omaha later this week. The team is the first from New York state to reach the tournament since 1980.

A shotgun that once belonged to Western sharpshooter and entertainer Annie Oakley  fetched a pretty penny in Dallas. It sold for more than $143,000 at auction. Several other items were sold including Oakley's Stetson hat, photographs and letters. Oakley became famous in the 1880's and 1890's as a sharpshooter in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show.