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A severe thunderstorm watch is in effect for the entire Capital Region until 11 p.m. Friday. Damaging winds could reach 60 mph, and forecasters cannot rule out large hail and a tornado, the National Weather Service reports. The storm could bring torrential rainfall through the night and flash floods are likely, forecasters said. Dangerous cloud-to-ground lightning has been reported, so meteorologists suggest residents seek shelter and stay away from windows. [Read More]
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Karim Sameh Azab played one season at Memphis. [Read More]
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With thousands of homes destroyed in the California wildfires, the state's housing crisis, already acute before the disaster, just got worse. [Read More]
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The New York metropolitan area was unprepared to deal with a predicted snowfall on Thursday. [Read More]
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NerdWallet has been tracking prices on a handful of popular products since the beginning of 2018 to see if Black Friday really is the best time to shop. [Read More]
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Heinz makes lifetime offer to Kansas City quarterback Patrick Mahomes after article reveals he puts ketchup on his steak. [Read More]
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The first winter weather event of the season is poised to impact the Lehigh Valley today through early Friday morning, and school officials aren't waiting around to see how fast the snow will accumulate. The Allentown School District was among the first to announce early dismissals, and others... [Read More]
A large crowd is expected in Westlake Village on Thursday for the memorial of Sgt. Ron Helus, the Ventura County sheriff's veteran killed when he responded to the shooting at Borderline Bar and Grill. [Read More]
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The Paxton-Buckley-Loda seventh-grade boys basketball team won 33-23 Thursday over Champaign St. Matthew. In the first quarter, PBL outscored St. Matthew 7-2 as Braylen Arnette had five points and Trey Spenard added two points. [Read More]
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Kris Jenner Grabs a Sushi Lunch with Scott Disick Scott Disick leads the way as he and Kris Jenner leave lunch at Q Sushi restaurant on Thursday afternoon (November 15) in Westlake Village, Calif. The 35-year-old…... [Read More]
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A local veteran waiting for a heart transplant was the victim of check fraud and he's been running into problems trying to get his money back. The last few months have been rough for the 53-year-old veteran. We are not releasing his name to protect his identity. He said he has an enlarged heart and needs a transplant and wears a Left Ventricular Assist Device to help pump his blood. But the recent acts of criminals have... [Read More]
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Dejan Lovren has taken his grudge with Sergio Ramos to a new level by mocking and insulting the defender after Croatia beat Spain on Thursday night. The Liverpool centre-back was... [Read More]
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The online retailer is running 10 days of deals... [Read More]
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Armie Hammer Aplogizes for Criticizing Celebrities' Tributes to Stan Lee Armie Hammer is sorry for his recent tweets. The 32-year-old actor took to Twitter on Thursday (November 15) to apologize for being an... [Read More]
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Kendall Jenner takes a careful step as she leaves her hotel on Thursday night (November 15) in London, England. The ... [Read More]
Thousands of student veterans have still not received education and housing payments from the US government due to a series of glitches plaguing the Department of Veterans Affairs' information and technology system, top VA officials confirmed during a congressional hearing Thursday. [Read More]
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The 1972 painting "Portrait of an Artist (Pool with Two Figures)" has become the most expensive work by a living artist ever to sell at auction. [Read More]
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Bitcoin, Ripple, Litecoin and other cryptocurrencies sell off: There are a couple of things different this time around. [Read More]
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Thousands of student veterans have still not received education and housing payments from the US government due to a series of glitches plaguing the Department of Veterans Affairs' information and technology system, top VA officials confirmed during a congressional hearing Thursday. The errors, which were brought to the attention of VA officials as early as …... [Read More]
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