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Groundhog wanted for fraud after predicting early spring

WTHR 13 INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) — It’s March. It’s cold. That groundhog lied about spring coming soon. Now, local authorities are looking for him to hold him accountable. The Delaware County Sheriff’s Office posted a wanted poster for Punxsutawney Phil due to fraud.  

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Justices: Nebraska county owes $28M for wrongful convictions

Yahoo News WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court on Monday rejected a rural Nebraska county’s appeal of a $28 million court judgment aimed at compensating six people wrongfully convicted of a 1985 slaying. The justices turned away Gage County’s last-ditch … Continue reading

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In Show of Bipartisanship, House Approves a Sweeping Land Conservation Bill

New York Times WASHINGTON — The House of Representatives on Tuesday passed its first significant public lands conservation bill in years, designating more than one million acres of wilderness for environmental protection and permanently reauthorizing a federal program to pay for conservation … Continue reading

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Oregon couple pays for 45 hotel rooms to house homeless on snowy night

Yahoo News A generous Oregon couple stepped in to pay for 45 hotel rooms for the homeless on Tuesday night as snow coated the ground. Amberly Batten and her husband Ryan had come across Facebook posts from volunteers with the local nonprofit Compassion Highway Project and knew they needed … Continue reading

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Actual Video of California Gun Confiscation – Resulting From Voluntary Gun Registration

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More than 9,000 marijuana convictions dismissed in latest case of cities taking action

ABC News San Francisco has become the latest city to push for old marijuana-related criminal offenses to be cleared, with the city’s district attorney announcing that thousands of people will have their cases dismissed and sealed. In all, 9,362 people will … Continue reading

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Israeli Attorney General Indicts Netanyahu On Charges Of Bribery, Fraud & Breach Of Trust

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden Three months after Israeli police recommended that the country’s attorney general pursue charges against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu over his alleged involvement in “Bezeq Walla Affair”, it appears an indictment is finally being handed down on … Continue reading

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Oklahoma Governor Signs Bill Eliminating Concealed Permit Requirement

Breitbart – by AWR Hawkins Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt (R) signed legislation Wednesday to abolish his state’s concealed carry permit requirement. Oklahoma joins Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Idaho, Kansas, Maine, Mississippi, Missouri, New Hampshire, North Dakota, South Dakota, West Virginia, Wyoming, and … Continue reading

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Residents of Oakridge stranded with no access to water, food or power

KVAL 13 News OAKRIDGE, Ore. — With Highway 58 still largely impassible due to issues on the road, the town of Oakridge is cut off from help. The town has no power, meaning gas stations and grocery stores are closed, … Continue reading

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Andrew Cuomo Signs Gun Confiscation into Law in NY

Breitbart – by AWR Hawkins Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) signed gun confiscation into law for New York on Monday. The law takes effect 180 days from the date of signing. Buffalo News reports that the law allows that “family members, school administrators and … Continue reading

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In major religion case, Supreme Court weighs Maryland cross dispute

Yahoo News WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The conservative-majority U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday takes up one of the biggest cases of its current term when it weighs whether a cross-shaped war memorial on public land in Maryland is an unconstitutional government … Continue reading

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Rescue underway for 183 Amtrak passengers stranded in Oregon

ABC News An Amtrak train with 183 passengers aboard was stranded in Oregon for over 24 hours. The Coast Starlight Train 11, traveling from Seattle to Los Angeles, came to a standstill near the tiny town of Oakridge on Sunday evening after hitting a tree that … Continue reading

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Gay rights activist set fire to his own home in fake hate crime, Michigan police say

Yahoo News DETROIT —When Nikki Joly’s Jackson home burned down in 2017, some thought the fire was a hate crime against the transgendered, gay-rights activist who had fought for a local anti-discrimination ordinance. But now, instead of a victim, the 54-year-old is accused of … Continue reading

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Winter Storm Ryan Dumps Heavy Snow on the Northwest: Butte, Montana, Schools to Close for First Time in Two Decades

The Weather Channel Winter Storm Ryan brought more snow to the Pacific Northwest on Monday, causing slippery driving, school closings and thousands of power outages. The snow fell so hard Monday in parts of Montana that plows had trouble keeping … Continue reading

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Sullivan County deputy in serious condition, suspect dead in shooting

WCYB – by John Engle BLOUNTVILLE, Tenn. — A Sullivan County deputy is in serious condition, and a suspect is dead, after a shootout with law enforcement Saturday. Sheriff Jeff Cassidy said deputies arrived for a welfare check at the … Continue reading

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Florida mayor resigns after arrest for allegedly shooting at police officers

ABC News A Florida mayor, who was accused of practicing medicine without a license, resigned on Friday, one day after he was arrested for allegedly firing shots at deputies who were attempting to serve a search warrant, according to police. Port Richey … Continue reading

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Venezuelan troops abandon posts amid violent clashes with protesters at Colombian border

Fox News At least three Venezuelan troops have abandoned their posts at the country’s border with Colombia as confrontations with protesters over incoming humanitarian aid grow more violent by the day. The soldiers have abandoned their watch near the Simon Bolivar International Bridge … Continue reading

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New Mexico oil and gas lease sale nets $35 million

AP News SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — The State Land Office says this month’s oil and natural gas lease sale has netted more than $35 million. Officials say that includes the largest open bid sale in the agency’s history, with … Continue reading

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Coast Guard lieutenant accused of murder plot ‘on a scale rarely seen in this country’

Yahoo News A Coast Guard lieutenant arrested earlier this week on drug and gun charges was planning to commit domestic terrorism, according to a court filing from the U.S. District Court in Maryland. In a motion filed Tuesday, U.S. attorneys … Continue reading

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Competition heats up in US oil exporting race

SP Global Washington — With developers of about 10 projects racing to build deepwater crude export terminals off Texas and Louisiana, Enbridge only sees enough demand for one of them in the late 2021-early 2022 timeframe, the company said in its … Continue reading

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