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New photos, surveillance video released in AMBER Alert case

New photos, surveillance video released in AMBER Alert case

Tad Cummins was placed on the TBI's Top 10 Most Wanted List . The man and the teen may have dyed their hair or otherwise changed their appearance. But the net is being spread wider. He is believed to be driving a Silver Nissan Rogue with a Tennessee license plate 976ZPT . He has no criminal history in Tennessee, according to authorities. Read More

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Thornwell leads Gamecocks to 93-73 NCAA win over Marquette

Thornwell leads Gamecocks to 93-73 NCAA win over Marquette

Marquette's Duane Wilson (1) shoots against SC during the first half in a first-round game of the NCAA men's college basketball tournament in Greenville, S.C., Friday, March 17, 2017 . 1 seed Villanova will square off against No. 8 seed University of Wisconsin, Madison. "They have an elite-level player that can get 30 on anybody in this tournament". Read More

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Amid Tragic Chain of Events, a Heroic Rescue Takes Place

Amid Tragic Chain of Events, a Heroic Rescue Takes Place

The baby is expected to be released from a St. Louis hospital on Friday. Highland EMS made it to the lake first and paramedic Todd Zobrist rushed into the cold water and searched the vehicle. The smallest child is carrying a blanket. Cristy Campbell was awarded custody of the children. Her profile photo shows her swimming with a dolphin. Read More

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MI earns No. 7 seed, will face Oklahoma State

And the celebration will continue when MI hops on a plane for the second time since the crash with a championship trophy from a tournament they nearly missed. That's not a good thing. Coach John Beilein shifted responsibilities throughout the early part of the second half, alternating coverage of Wisconsin big men Ethan Happ and Nigel Hayes . Read More

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Syria activists: Strikes kill at least 20 near Islamic State stronghold

Syria activists: Strikes kill at least 20 near Islamic State stronghold

The decision to deploy artillery mimics the approach taken in Mosul, Iraq, where USA and French artillery have been supporting the Iraqi offensive to take the western half of the city. Coalition spokesman U.S. Air Force Col. John Dorrian has told Reuters that the operation to isolate Raqqa "could be completed in a few weeks". Additional concern over the use of the SDF forces comes from the 200,000 residents inside Raqqa - mostly Sunni Arabs who fear that a victory for the Kurdish group ... Read More

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Brooklyn Nets to Honor Notorious BIG on March 12

Brooklyn Nets to Honor Notorious BIG on March 12

In an appearance on the syndicated " The Breakfast Club " morning radio show Thursday, Biggie's wife, Faith Evans, said she hasn't been able to find closure and "live with the great memories of Big that we have". He's fed a lot of families, made a lot of people dance, made a lot of people feel good. Evans is planning to release a duets album titled "The King & I", on May 19, two days before what would've been the rapper's 45th birthday. Read More

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NH woman in labor demanded an injection of heroin, meth

NH woman in labor demanded an injection of heroin, meth

The baby boy has remained in the custody of the states since the alleged incident, which took place in September, although Concord police only recently took the decision to release information about the case. The woman also pointed out that she first declined, but quickly reconsidered after Farruggia became violent and locked herself in the bathroom. She said Frenette had heroin and told her "it would take the edge off". Read More

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Fault running from San Diego to LA could cause 7.3 magnitude quake

Fault running from San Diego to LA could cause 7.3 magnitude quake

For the study , U.S. Geological Survey postdoctoral fellow Valerie Sahakian, and colleagues used sonar imaging to map the fault lines of the system that run from Los Angeles to San Diego . That natural disaster was an especially large one-magnitude 7.9-and its severity could explain why the fault has been fairly inactive since then, as seismologist Egill Hauksson tells the Los Angeles Times . Read More

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Upper Darby daycare worker arrested for pushing child

Upper Darby daycare worker arrested for pushing child

Shawayne Tavares, another employee at the center, told CBS Philly she was watching the cameras, which had just recently been installed, when she saw the incident and rushed to confront the woman. "She picked up the shoe and tried to come to the end of the stairs like, 'Oh, it was her shoe, '" says Tarvares. But, Tavares said , " she was a little scared of the steps ". Read More

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Supreme Court asks 4th Circuit to reconsider ruling in Grimm case

Supreme Court asks 4th Circuit to reconsider ruling in Grimm case

On Monday , the Supreme Court announced via a one-sentence order that it would no longer hear the case of Gavin Grimm, a transgender teen who sued his school board for the right to use the bathroom corresponding with his gender identity. Even when both sides agree that a case should go forward, however, the justices often prefer not to weigh in on a question that a lower court has not fully vetted. Read More

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Pence denies double standard in email scandal

Pence tweeted on Saturday: 'Last night the AP published my wife's private email address, violating her privacy and our security'. "AP removed the email address from subsequent stories after learning Mrs. Sarah Sanders, the White House spokeswoman, doubled down on that defense, stressed to reporters on Air Force One that state and federal laws are different and claiming that is efforts to turn over the messages to be archived are "why anybody even knows about the account". Read More

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Allegedly Jacked Golf Cart Taxi, Crashed

Allegedly Jacked Golf Cart Taxi, Crashed

Parry laughed while being arrested before beginning to verbally attack officers, using gay slurs, according to the police report, which was obtained by ESPN . This evening, Scottsdale Police (AZ) confirmed to the Indianapolis Star that Parry had been arrested and charged with driving under the influence, suspicion of robbery, auto theft, criminal damage, and resisting arrest. Read More

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FCC Chairman Pai moves to block broadband privacy rules

Without it, he threatens to instruct the FCC staff to delay part of the rules, on the heels of a potential commission vote. With ISPs, consumers have very little choice . Under the data privacy rules, wireless and broadband companies are required to take "reasonable" steps to protect sensitive data. FCC privacy rules already apply to telephone service. Read More

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Vehicle crash turns deadly after driver shoots 8-year-old girl

She was only eight", Thomas told KPRC. 'I pulled her out of the vehicle; I didn't even know she had been hit. "The light was green, and as soon as I got to the light it turned yellow - I couldn't stop", Thomas said. According to police, the driver of the Pontiac jumped into the four-door sedan and fled the scene. That was when Thomas saw there was blood on her daughter's jacket. Read More

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Pro-abortion Justice Ginsburg assures media and admirers she is not retiring

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has once again invited herself into the public arena, dismissing parts of American history as "terrible" and even saying that the United States is "not experiencing the best of times". "I read the Washington Post and the New York Times every day, and I think that the reporters are trying to tell the public the way things are", she said. Read More

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Switzerland breaks records with brief spring in February

Switzerland breaks records with brief spring in February

Boston was among many places in the Eastern United States to set a single-day temperature record for February 23. The unseasonal weather, due to a mass of dry, hot air moving up from Spain, meant it felt more like the end of April than February, with temperatures on the Swiss lowlands some 12 degrees warmer than usual for this time of year, said MeteoNews . Read More

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Humana To Drop Out Of Obamacare Completely In 2018

Our local hospitals have benefitted from the ACA and will struggle if it is repealed without an equivalent or better replacement. The survey found 81 percent of voters support the state or federal government offering low-priced, comprehensive health insurance to workers earning $34,000 a year or less. Read More

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Winter Storm Niko Drops Over 12 Inches Of Snow On Northeast US

In anticipation of the snowstorm, city schools were closed across the city's five boroughs. Hudson Valley Weather CEO Alex Marra says it's been an impressive morning from Albany south. It is going to be pretty dicey for awhile. "People will have to park on the even side of the street". Alaska Airlines: As of 4:30 pm EST, the airline has only cancelled two flights between Seattle and New York's JFK. Read More

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Feds consider getting social media passwords from visa applicants

Your passport is not the only thing you may have to turn in at the immigration counter, be prepared to relinquish your social media account passwords as well to the border security agents. He reportedly stressed that no decision had been made, but tighter screening would be implemented, even if it means longer delays for awarding United States visas to visitors. Read More

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