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WISN-TV (Channel 12) is cutting its 10 p.m. newscast back to 35 minutes starting Monday. "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" will air at 10:35, like it does everywhere else. [Read More]
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Roster violation ultimately dooms bounce-back second half... [Read More]
The Sheriff's bus was used to transport children from Southeast San Diego to a special event with law enforcement officers. A councilwoman has asked that it not happen again. [Read More]
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A story in three tweets. — @subirgrewal... [Read More]
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From the Advocate. The first victim of a mass shooter in Dayton, Ohio, was his sibling, a trans man named Jordan Cofer, according to the National Center for Transgender Equality and a report on the website Splinter. Splinter writer Katelyn Burns... [Read More]
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The   Overnight News Digest   is a nightly series dedicated to chronicling the eschaton and the decline of the Republic. Please add news, signs of life or hope, or other items ... [Read More]
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Yes I know this topic is nothing political...yes I know it is totally off topic...and yes I know 95 percent of people will have either no idea what I am talking about nor if they do have no idea what the possible answer is.,..and for that I apologize... [Read More]
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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is set to hold talks with Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar over the potential ramifications of a no-deal Brexit. Political commentator Keith Rowe expressed his opinion on the story. [Read More]
Caracas will submit a letter decrying US sanctions, signed by millions of Venezuelans, to the United Nations, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said. [Read More]
Changing consumer habits have emptied malls, sent department stores into bankruptcy and transformed grocery stores.Now it's the drugstore's turn.On Tuesday, Walgreens disclosed it will close 200 U.S. stores. On Wednesday, CVS Health said it will slow the pace at which it opens new locations.For pharmacies, which also face pressures related to reimbursements for medication, getting customers to come in once a month for a prescription refill, or for an occasional gallon of milk... [Read More]
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An Indianapolis mother faced some scary moments after her children did not make it home from the bus. [Read More]
For nearly 30 years, Scabby the Rat, a giant inflatable balloon with sharp claws, a snarl and a menacing demeanor, has loomed over construction sites across Chicago and beyond to protest the hiring of nonunion labor.Like deep dish pizza, skyscrapers and the Ferris Wheel, the giant inflatable rat is a Chicago creation that has found its way into the broader culture. Scabby had a memorable star turn on a "Sopranos" TV episode centered... [Read More]
With LeSean McCoy resting, and Frank Gore limited to two series, rookie running back Devin Singletary got the Buffalo Bills off to a running start in their preseason-opening 24-16 win over the Indianapolis Colts on Thursday night. [Read More]
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Organizers say the events are supervised, but not policed — and there's something for everyone. [Read More]
Sen. Jeff Merkley once shadowed a cannabis grower and dispenser as he tried to pay his state taxes. He stuffed a backpack with $70,000 in $20 bills and drove 50 miles - unguarded —with the bulging bag in the back seat. Once he arrived at the Oregon Department of Revenue, he went through multiple rounds of security to deposit his satchel in a room packed with guards looking after the millions of... [Read More]
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A look at "Wu Assassins" and "Rocko's Modern Life: Static Cling" on Netflix and "Free Meek" from Amazon Prime. [Read More]
The workers were in a cherry picker, removing ropes fastened in the trees. [Read More]
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Breaking Benjamin is a rock band founded by guitarist/singer/songwriter Benjamin Burnley. Their discography harnessed a string of rock radio hits including "Failure", "Polyamorous", "So Cold", "Sooner or Later" "Breath", "Diary of Jane", & "I Will Not Bow", earning the band Platinum and Gold status & selling over 7 million units in the United States alone. [Read More]
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A crowd clad in white headed to Daley Plaza Thursday night for a high-end picnic. [Read More]
Gov. Chris Sununu recently vetoed his 40th bill. My first thought was that this must be simply because he is a Republican governor with Democrats in the majority in both the House and the Senate. So I did a little research. It turns out that 40 vetoes... [Read More]
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