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A protected osprey that was wounded by a pellet gun in Key West in August has been euthanized, a local wildlife center said. [Read More]
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Conor McGregor is taking on Khabib Nurmagomedov at UFC 229 on Oct. 6, returning to the Octagon after his defeat to Floyd Mayweather in August 2017. [Read More]
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The westbound lanes of US 83 were reduced to one as crews clear the scene.  ... [Read More]
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Starting on Jan. 1 2020, manufacturers of connected devices will need to build in "reasonable security features" into their products, including better password protection, states the new law, which was approved last week. [Read More]
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Local law enforcement want every situation to have a peaceful outcome, but those where substance abuse or mental health concerns are a factor can be especially challenging.Officers from departments around the county spent the past week in crisis intervention training to better equip them to meet those challenges. Boone County Sgt. Tracey Cleeton said the training is hosted annually in partnership with the Columbia and University of Missouri police departments and teaches a number of techniques... [Read More]
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Vernon Grigg was friends with Judge Brett Kavanaugh at Yale Law School and has closely watched the Supreme Court confirmation process. [Read More]
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Charlestown won its third straight game and Marion Lukes made history Friday at Salem. [Read More]
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The young victim was inside a second-floor apartment with other children when she was struck by a bullet. [Read More]
Mother Grows Best at risk of losing license for Ohio's medical cannabis program. [Read More]
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The Miami Heat put the ball in Justise Winslow's hands, with encouraging results in their preseason game Friday against the Washington Wizards. [Read More]
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In this Q5, Lori Redford, director of Twin Oaks Independent Living, talks about the upcoming craft and vendor sale. [Read More]
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Teaching continuing education classes for the dog grooming industry at conferences around the U.S. forced local resident Barb Hoover to write an outline and notes for one of her classes. [Read More]
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ओडिशा भाजपा इकाई पार्टी के राष्ट्रीय नेतृत्व को भेजेगी प्रस्ताव. आज की 5 बड़ी ख़बरें. [Read More]
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St. Gregory the Great Catholic School held its annual Blessing of the Animals event Thursday morning.This tradition, on the feast day of St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals, included blessing all of the animals — big or small, furry or scaly, real or plush — that students and parishioners brought to the event.Pastoral associate Father Robert Spriggs spoke of the importance of being kind to animals before walking through the crowd and blessing the animals with holy... [Read More]
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A Kinston man has been arrested for shooting a Dover teenager Wednesday night on Vernon Avenue. Christopher Farris was arrested by Kinston police and members of the U.S. Marshal Task Force Friday after obtaining an arrest warrant for him Thursday. Farris was charged with two counts of felony attempted murder and one count of felony discharging a firearm into an occupied vehicle At approximately 10 p.m. Wednesday, Kinston police officers responded to UNC Lenoir Hospital in reference to... [Read More]
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He tosses four TDs in 32-7 win over previously undefeated MacArthur. [Read More]
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Steve Perry's first album in almost a quarter of a decade is here. [Read More]
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Senior middle blocker Patience Brown has proven herself to be a driving force for the Salukis since her arrival in Carbondale last summer. [Read More]
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A 4-year-old boy has "serious injuries" after a two-vehicle crash in Rock Hill, South Carolina, police said. The boy was taken to a Charlotte hospital after the crash at Willowbrook Avenue and Annafrel Street. [Read More]
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