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Charges pending against Dixon student after report of gun on school property

Charges pending against Dixon student after report of gun on school property

County Attorney Mike Freeman's office issued a statement Friday, saying "because of the complexity of the case, prosecutors deferred the charges in order to allow time for further investigation". Auth...

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Kidnapped woman uses insulin pump to escape vehicle trunk

Kidnapped woman uses insulin pump to escape vehicle trunk

Diggs remains traumatized from the experience and a friend has started a GoFundMe page to help her move from the apartment where she was kidnapped. Diggs says the man forced her to drive and tried...

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Feinstein 'Deeply Disappointed' As Gorsuch Confirmation Hearing Begins

Feinstein 'Deeply Disappointed' As Gorsuch Confirmation Hearing Begins

Mr Gorsuch is seen as controversial for a variety of reasons. Similarly, the committee's Senator Richard Blumenthal asked , "Will Neil Gorsuch be an independent and impartial decision-maker on the co...

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Spicer Pressed on Why Trump's Golf Trips Are Different Than Obama's

Spicer Pressed on Why Trump's Golf Trips Are Different Than Obama's

That depends on what he means by the word "limited". Manafort, of course, ran Trump's campaign for several months previous year after original campaign manager Corey Lewandowski resigned amid contro...

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Frisco ISD Says Prayer Room For All Students

Frisco ISD Says Prayer Room For All Students

A Frisco ISD spokesperson told KERA the prayer room at Liberty High School has always been open to all students. " Liberty High School's policy should be neutral toward religion", reads the lett...

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Supreme Court Denies Menendez's Appeal in Corruption Case

Supreme Court Denies Menendez's Appeal in Corruption Case

Sen. Bob Menendez's appeal of his corruption indictment, setting the stage for a federal trial in the fall. Menendez was indicted by the Justice Department in April 2015 on 14 felony counts of illeg...

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Philly's Largest Cinco de Mayo Festival Canceled Over Fear of ICE Raids

Philly's Largest Cinco de Mayo Festival Canceled Over Fear of ICE Raids

Philadelphia's largest public celebration of the Cinco de Mayo holiday has been cancelled out of fear that revelers would be targeted by Immigration Customs Enforcement ( ICE ) agents. Rosalina de l...

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'worst offender' in releasing charged immigrants

'worst offender' in releasing charged immigrants

ICE places detainers on aliens who have been arrested on local criminal charges or who are in local custody and for whom ICE possesses probable cause to believe that they are removable from the United...

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Letter to the editor | GOP health plan masks tax breaks for rich

Letter to the editor | GOP health plan masks tax breaks for rich

And if so, does that mean that you now have the votes to pass it? Republicans are pulling in different directions as they strive to get traction for a health care overhaul that's in danger of bein...

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James Comey Could Shed Light on Russia, Trump's Wiretap Charge

James Comey Could Shed Light on Russia, Trump's Wiretap Charge

Nunes said he has seen "no evidence of collusion", Heavy.com reports. Earlier this week, House Intelligence Committee leaders requested a list of names of any individuals whose names were "unmasked"...

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As Gorsuch Confirmation Hearing Begins, Feinstein Calls Him 'An Extremist'

As Gorsuch Confirmation Hearing Begins, Feinstein Calls Him 'An Extremist'

Ms. Ayotte, a Republican former senator from New Hampshire, has been acting as Judge Gorsuch's guide around Capitol Hill as he meets with senators ahead of his confirmation hearings, which kick off Mo...

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Meals on Wheels' support soars after Trump eyes cuts

Meals on Wheels' support soars after Trump eyes cuts

President Trump's first budget proposal to Congress last week specifically identified steep cuts to hundreds of domestic programs, but Meals on Wheels wasn't one of them. In addition to the proposed C...

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Was Trump Wiretapped? Panetta Wants President To Apologize To Obama

Was Trump Wiretapped? Panetta Wants President To Apologize To Obama

Under questioning, Rogers said there was no evidence that the Obama administration had ever asked British intelligence agency G.C.H.Q. or Rogers personally to eavesdrop on Trump. His tweets came just ...

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FBI director: Agency probing links between Russia, Trump associates

FBI director: Agency probing links between Russia, Trump associates

Under questioning from the committee's top Democrat, Adam Schiff , he also publicly contradicted a series of tweets from Mr Trump which declared the Republican candidate's phones had been ordered tap...

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Iowa State's Steven Leath named president at Auburn

Iowa State's Steven Leath named president at Auburn

The Opelika-Auburn News reported that Leath would be an attractive hire, with a former board of trustees member saying, "We're a unique university, and he would need to know who we are". "Dr. Leath is...

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Seven-day local weather forecast for March 19 through March 25

Seven-day local weather forecast for March 19 through March 25

Calm wind becoming south 5 to 9 miles per hour in the afternoon. Tonight mostly clear skies with a low around 20. Sunday night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 32. Cloudy, with a low around 4...

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Brad: Sunny and warm start to spring

Brad: Sunny and warm start to spring

The day will be similarly warm, with highs in the low 60s, before temperatures rise into the upper 60s and 70s for the new work week. By Friday , we are expecting some scattered showers and possibl...

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Trump Refuses to Apologize, Drags Germany into Absurd Wiretapping Lie

German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen on Sunday rejected U.S. President Donald Trump's claim that Germany owes North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and the United States "vast sums" of money for...

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Nebraskans among those who would be hardest hit by GOP's Obamacare replacement

But he allowed the additional assistance was one of several House revisions to be discussed in advance of Thursday's vote, along with possible changes to help low-income people more with tax credits...

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Allegedly detained at JFK: Former GPD Chief Aden

Allegedly detained at JFK: Former GPD Chief Aden

Aden, who worked as a police officer for 26 years in Alexandria before becoming chief in Greenville, North Carolina, said he had no problem with being stopped and given an extra check - so long as the...

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