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There are three hospitals in the Florida Keys — and one of them was critically wounded by Hurricane Irma. Fishermen's Community Hospital in Marathon has been operating as a field hospital since the storm. Now the hospital's nonprofit owner is seeking some help from Middle Keys taxpayers to keep it going. [Read More]
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Using a junk car, a black tarp, some bricks and electrical tape, four graduating seniors made it look as if a car had crashed into their high school. [Read More]
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A school resource officer took down a suspected gunman Wednesday morning at a high school in Dixon, Ill., which is about 100 miles west of Chicago. [Read More]
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Congrats to Coach Montgomery! [Read More]
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A Libyan student who is studying business at the Community College of Denver filed a civil lawsuit Tuesday against President Donald Trump, arguing his travel ban is unconstitutional.  ... [Read More]
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A Denver police officer assigned to the mounted patrol unit was penalized one vacation day after documents show he left his horse tied up in a stall for 16 hours without food or water. [Read More]
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Growing up in and around East High School, Robert Smith learned the value of persistence that still serves him today. [Read More]
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President Donald Trump engaged in deeply disturbing rhetoric about immigrants on Wednesday at a Cabinet meeting on immigration, echoing some of the worst and most dangerous language he used on the campaign trail."We're taking people out of the country, you wouldn't believe how bad these people are," he said. "These aren't people, they're animals." [Read More]
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The Senate Intelligence Committee on Wednesday split from their colleagues on the House Intelligence Committee, agreeing with the Office of the Director of National Intelligence assessment that Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election to help then-candidate Donald Trump and hurt Hillary Clinton.The announcement of the completed review of the Intelligence Community Assessment (ICA) on Russian activities in the 2016 U.S. elections was announced in a press release from committee chairman Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC) on Wednesday. [Read More]
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After receiving multiple reports of a shooting at a high school in Dixon, Illinois, police tell TV-6 there is no public threat. Dixon police could not comment or confirm if there was a shooting, all they could say is there is no public threat and no threat to students. This is a developing story and TV-6 is working to get more information. [Read More]
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House Speaker Paul Ryan sought in a closed-door meeting Wednesday to discourage fellow Republicans to sign on to a measure to force an immigration vote... [Read More]
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Johnathon Vermallin is the first student with autism to graduate from the university with a double major. [Read More]
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Police say the boys were killed when a speeding driver slammed head-on into their brother's Nissan. [Read More]
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Elton John will take the stage at the royal wedding ... a fitting choice given the singer's history with Prince Harry, Princess Diana and the Royal Family.  Sources close to Elton tell TMZ the singer is set to perform during Saturday's event…... [Read More]
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Meghan Markle's father and half-sister have woven a bizarre series of events just days before the royal wedding. [Read More]
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Researchers discovered a black hole that's growing so fast that it can devour a mass the size of the sun every two days. [Read More]
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The former school resource officer criticized for his response to the Parkland school massacre is receiving more than $8,700 a month in state pension, Florida Department of Management Services spokeswoman Nina Ashley said Wednesday. [Read More]
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The university where Dr. Nassar worked for about 20 years announced the settlement on Wednesday. More than 300 women were included in the lawsuits. [Read More]
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More than a month before the public learned of the now-infamous 2016 Trump Tower meeting, the Trump Organization's top lawyer was already furiously working to piece together a complete account of the meeting and its participants. [Read More]
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Michael Cohen said he could offer his expertise on the Trump administration. [Read More]
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