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Hip hop's biggest names have been immortalised in a cookbook as a selection of tasty dishes. [Read More]
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The days are getting longer and the snow is starting to melt away, that means it's time to start digging in the closet for your spring outfits. Blogger Amy Brana says layers and bright colors are a great way to start off your spring look. In the video above she shares her tip to getting the most out of this season's fashions. If you would like to follow Amy on Instagram CLICK HERE. [Read More]
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A juvenile was killed in a crash Friday afternoon, according to Las Vegas Metro police. [Read More]
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A deadline is looming. If lawmakers don't pass a plan to fund education by April 1, teachers will be walking out a week from Monday. The Oklahoma Education Association is asking for a big raise for teachers - $10,000 –  but say they have a plan to back it up. "The legislature has gone home for a three-day weekend with nothing on the table to prevent thousands of educators statewide from coming to the Capitol April 2nd... [Read More]
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INFORUM MOORHEAD—Construction has begun on a walk-in clinic in north Moorhead. The structure going up at 1002 1st Ave. N. replaces a former Quick Lube and Tune. The clinic project, which... [Read More]
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Oklahoma City Police are on the lookout for a one-man crime spree accused of shoplifting, carjacking and selling off a stolen car to a family of seven. Jason Anderson and his fiance, Amy Stacey, had been searching for a new family car for months. "We're lucky to have a car," Anderson said. "But we'd like one that doesn't die on you all the time. It's not just annoying. It's dangerous." They finally found a deal on a Dodge Durango... [Read More]
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People who couldn't make the trip to D.C. are preparing to protest here in Chicago. [Read More]
The crash occurred on Northwest Helvetia Road, near Highway 26        ... [Read More]
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Police are investigating after an early morning chase led to an officer-involved shooting. "Any time we have an incident where nobody gets injured, that's the best case scenario," Capt. Bo Matthews, with the Oklahoma City Police Department, said. Fortunately, that was the case during this incident. "About 3:22 a.m., an Oklahoma City officer conducted a traffic stop at I-40 and Eastern," Capt. Matthews said. When the suspect, who was driving a stolen F-250, wouldn't stop for police,... [Read More]
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Jalen Brunson and Jevon Carter are gonna burn it down. The best matchup of the Sweet 16 — and maybe even the entire 2018 NCAA tournament — takes place Friday night. That's when Villanova and West Virginia go to war in a battle between the nation's top point guards. All-Americans Jalen Brunson and Jevon Carter will square off with a berth in the Elite Eight on the line. Brunson, the Wildcat dynamo, will attempt to keep his high-efficiency offense rolling against one of the nation's best defenders in the Mountaineers' Carter. West Virginia's senior guard — the 2018 Big... [Read More]
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Can the Orange make another magical (and unexplainable) run to the Final Four? Syracuse may be the biggest surprise of the Sweet 16 considering they were the last team invited in. The Orange have battled through a close four-point win over Arizona State in the First Four, a five-point win over TCU in the opening round, and a huge two-point win over Michigan State. Just like their Final Four run in 2016, this late-season success makes little sense. They're up against their strongest competition to date though, with the No. 2 seed Duke Blue Devils. Unlike Syracuse, Duke has... [Read More]
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FCCNN GRAND FORKS—The world is at war—and every sneeze, a battleground. Multidrug-resistant bacteria, also known as "superbugs," have taken on an increased focus from medical researchers as older drugs continue to... [Read More]
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Board of Equalization member Dianne Harkey, a candidate for Congress, says legislators should not be out after 8 p.m.House leadership should have a "little firmer hand" on members and suggests a curfew.Sending members home means that they wouldn't be able to go to evening fundraisers, strategy... [Read More]
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A military jury on March 15 acquitted Navy Lt. Joseph "Joey" Benevento in two rape cases.The Navy SEAL had faced six specifications of rape tied to two separate charges involving civilian women.Benevento's defense attorney complains that a senior military prosecutor in the case was unprofessional.... [Read More]
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In a story March 22, The Associated Press reported that industrial toxins, petroleum-related toxins and air toxins were released during Hurricane Harvey and its aftermath. The story should have referred …... [Read More]
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Federal prosecutors slapped criminal charges Friday on nine Iranians accused of hacking to steal scientific research and other information from more than 300 universities and private companies. CBS News justice and homeland security correspondent Jeff Pegues reports. [Read More]
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John Currie drafted a letter that would announce Greg Schiano as Tennessee's football coach on Nov. 26. Currie never sent the letter.        ... [Read More]
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The fatal shooting of Stephon Clark brought a second day of protests to Sacramento. Clark was shot and killed while holding a cellphone that police say they thought was a gun. For demonstrators, video of the shooting is proof police acted too quickly. CBS News correspondent John Blackstone reports. [Read More]
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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has issued an updated statement on allegations of sexual abuse at the Provo Missionary Training Center after an un-redacted police report was published this week. The new statement acknowledges the LDS Church is aware of at least one other woman who informed local ecclesiastical leaders in 2010 that she was sexually abused by Joseph Bishop at the Missionary Training Center. "When she reported the alleged abuse to her... [Read More]
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A Kansas waterslide hyped as the world's highest was a "deadly weapon" that had already injured more than a dozen people before a 10-year-old boy was decapitated on it in 2016, according to a grand jury indictment unsealed Friday that charges the water park operator and an executive with involuntary... [Read More]
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