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Woman in vegetative state gives birth at Hacienda Healthcare in Phoenix

AZ Family PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) — Phoenix police are investigating possible sex abuse at a nursing facility after a female patient recently became pregnant and gave birth. Sources tell Arizona’s Family that the alleged victim has been a patient at the … Continue reading

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Seven killed in fiery crash on I-75 between Alachua, Gainesville

Gainesville Sun The stretch of interstate will likely remain closed overnight, the Florida Highway Patrol said. Seven people died and at least eight more were injured, some of them critically, in a multi-vehicle crash Thursday afternoon on Interstate 75. Two … Continue reading

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Daryl Dragon, Captain and Tennille’s Captain, Dead at 76

Rolling Stone – by Kory Grow Daryl Dragon, the keyboard-playing “Captain” of Seventies hitmakers Captain and Tennille, died at a hospice in Prescott, Arizona on Wednesday. Associated Press reports the cause of death as renal failure. He was 76. As Captain and Tennille, … Continue reading

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Pitt sheriff: Marine fatally shot his father to stop domestic assault

The Wilson Times – by Tyler Stocks GREENVILLE — No charges will be filed in a Christmas Eve shooting death that was the result of a domestic incident, the Pitt County Sheriff’s Office reported on Friday. Pitt County Sheriff Paula … Continue reading

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Woman finds strange man sleeping in bed with her dog

Journal Sentinel – by Bruce Vielmetti Lynn Sarver turned a scary start to her New Year into an act of compassion. The Waukesha nurse awoke shortly after 5 a.m. Tuesday to find a man sleeping on her dog’s bed — … Continue reading

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2019 welcomes pink hunting vests in Illinois, cursive writing in Ohio and more new state laws

AOL New year, new state laws. A slew of new state laws take effect with the turn of the calendar — ranging from minimum wage changes to pink hunting gear to a mandatory cursive writing curriculum. One state will even begin paying people … Continue reading

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Cops grieve Krispy Kreme doughnuts lost in NYE truck fire: ‘No words’

New York Post – by Caleb Parke A few Kentucky cops went viral for mourning the loss of a truckload of doughnuts. The driver of a Krispy Kreme doughnut truck noticed his vehicle was smoking on New Year’s Eve, so he … Continue reading

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Officer bit by homeless woman, hits back with cuffs, gets suspended: union

New York Post – by Nolan Hicks, Bruce Golding A city peace officer got suspended without pay for using handcuffs to wallop a homeless woman who had just bit her — and her union says the punishment is an overreaction … Continue reading

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On an island famous for wild ponies, a dangerous infection is killing horses

Washington Post – by Steve Hendrix CHINCOTEAGUE NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE, Va. — In the cold months, this barrier island is a place of austere stillness, its famed wild ponies grazing along brown marshes, their long faces reflecting in waters often skimmed … Continue reading

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Four men busted for stealing $500G worth of Patron Tequila

New York Daily News – by Danielle Cinone It’s not always Tequila’s fault … or is it? Four men tried to ring in the New Year with more than $500,000 worth of Patron Tequila in Tampa, Fla. — but deputies … Continue reading

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Dr. Hook’s Ray Sawyer, ‘Cover of Rolling Stone’ Singer, Dead at 81

Rolling Stone – by Daniel Kreps Ray Sawyer, the Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show member who sang the 1973 Shel Silverstein-penned hit “The Cover of ‘Rolling Stone,’” has died at the age of 81. Page Six first reported Friday that … Continue reading

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January-March 2019 Temperature Outlook: Cold in East, South; Mild in Northwest

The Weather Channel After a late-December respite from the bitter chill in the central and eastern United States, colder temperatures are likely to return for the beginning of the new year and intensify by February, according to the latest outlook … Continue reading

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Police: Armed man talking about prophecy wasn’t aware of what city he was in

The Sequin Gazette – by Felicia Frazar Police say a man arrested with a gun talking about going to a church to fulfill a prophecy wasn’t targeting a local church, and didn’t even know what city he was in. The … Continue reading

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New Year, New Laws

WNYC Environmental reforms, more affordable health care, and expanded rights for transgender and gender non-conforming people will be going into effect in 2019. Here’s a look at a few of the changes residents can expect in New York City, New … Continue reading

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Fitness YouTuber dies after being tased by police as he attacked his Tinder date

AOL A sleepy town in Massachusetts is in the headlines after a 25-year-old man died while being arrested for viciously attacking his Tinder date. Erich Stelzer, 25, a bodybuilder who shared fitness videos on YouTube, died in custody after he was tased … Continue reading

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Drone, ‘blocker vehicles’ part of Times Square New Year’s Eve security plans, NYPD says

AM New York – by Mathew Chayes An NYPD drone will be up as the ball drops. For the first time in the 111-year history of the celebratory New Year’s Eve ball drop in Times Square, the police will fly an unmanned … Continue reading

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Four Dead After Winter Storm Eboni Creates Treacherous Travel Conditions

The Weather Channel Roadways were still snowy and slick a day after Winter Storm Eboni closed interstates, highways and spawned treacherous travel conditions that turned deadly in three states. At least four deaths are linked to the powerful snowstorm that … Continue reading

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Bre Payton, staff writer for The Federalist, dies at 26

AOL Bre Payton, a staff writer at the right-wing website The Federalist, died on Friday at age 26 after a brief and sudden illness. The news was reported on Twitter by Payton’s good friend, San Diego politician Morgan Murtaugh, who found the 26-year-old … Continue reading

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Angelina Jolie Doesn’t Rule Out Running For Public Office

Huffington Post – by Maria Fang Asked if she was “moving in the direction of politics,” Angelina Jolie suggested Friday that she would consider running for public office in the future if “I’m needed” but added that she would prefer … Continue reading

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Could this Chinese satellite station be used to spy on the U.S.?

NBC News Located in a remote region of Argentina, the Chinese government says the station is used to research the dark side of the moon, but experts believe it could be linked to espionage. NBC News’ Richard Engel investigates.  

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