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He was on the police force for one year, KFOR reported. Terney stopped a vehicle with a woman driving it about 11:30 p.m. Sunday at Benson Park and Gordon Cooper, Kidney said. 'Just know we are proud of you for all you have done!' Cecily Kidd wrote. Kidney said Terney, who graduated from police academy last summer, was shot several times in the "lower extremities" and underwent surgery overnight.
  • DHS releases names local jails that won't hold immigrants

    DHS releases names local jails that won't hold immigrants

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    ICE says since local law enforcement agencies don't notify the feds when a detainer is not honored, the list includes declined detainers ICE personnel learned of during their enforcement activities. "Our goal is to build cooperative, respectful relationships with our law enforcement partners". It also shows that, though the ICE detainers were issued at various times, including early and late 2016, all of the detainer requests were recorded declined on February 1.
  • Tom Brady's jersey found in Mexico, stolen by media member

    Tom Brady's jersey found in Mexico, stolen by media member

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    An informant in Houston led the investigators to Mexico, Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo told reporters , and the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Mexican authorities also took part in the probe. The mystery surrounding Tom Brady's Super Bowl jersey has been solved, and the details are a little disturbing if they're true in terms of who was behind it.
  • David Rockefeller dies aged 101

    David Rockefeller dies aged 101

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    Rockefeller was named president of Chase Manhattan in 1961. Rockefeller, also known as "the banker's banker", according to the statement, is said to have donated nearly $2 billion over his lifetime to various institutions including Rockefeller University, Harvard University and art museum.
  • Oklahoma Senator Surrenders on Child Sex Charges

    Oklahoma Senator Surrenders on Child Sex Charges

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    Shortey was charged with engaging in child prostitution, prostitution within 1,000 feet of a church, and transporting a minor for prostitution/lewdness. But Shortey will still receive his $38,400 salary and be allowed to vote. Police did not immediately return a phone call for further comment. The cop said he was then informed about the existence of a Kindle tablet used by the juvenile that contained text messages between him and a person the cops believe to be Shortey.
  • Jeff Sessions Claims Marijuana Only

    Jeff Sessions Claims Marijuana Only "Slightly Less Awful" Than Heroin

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    Contrary to Sessions' fearmongering over cannabis, however, a new report published in the journal Drug and Alcohol Dependence last month found opioid hospitalizations decreased in states that allowed medical marijuana. President Barack Obama appointed him US attorney for the Northern District of NY in 2010. At the time that Project Exile was launched, Richmond had one of the highest five murder per capita rates in the nation.
  • Trump to celebrate Andrew Jackson's 250th birthday in Nashville, attend a rally

    Trump to celebrate Andrew Jackson's 250th birthday in Nashville, attend a rally

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    Steve Bannon, White House Chief Strategist, has compared the two presidents of being similar in terms of their populist message. He's then scheduled to hold a second rally in downtown Nashville . In true Jacksonian fashion, Trump will leave the Hermitage for a rally in Nashville's Municipal Auditorium. "Not a day goes by without at least one or more articles about Jackson that pop up in Google alerts".
  • First snowfall since December

    First snowfall since December

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    Of course. After we go all of January and February with no measurable snow for the first time in the history of Chicago record-keeping, the city is now rolling with the punches of a significant March snowfall. The snow is expected to begin after 8 p.m. Sunday and continuing through Monday, with moderate snow at times during the morning. The morning commute in these areas could be very dicey Wednesday morning.
  • Widow sues amid listeria outbreak tied to raw milk cheese

    Widow sues amid listeria outbreak tied to raw milk cheese

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    None of the cheeses now linked to the outbreak were sold at Whole Foods, and the grocery chain hasn't received any reports of illness from customers who purchased the raw cheese from its stores. The states were these products sold best are Portland, Chicago, California, and Oregon. The particular strain of Listeria monocytogenes found in the New York Department of Agriculture and Markets was found to be similar to the strain isolated from a cluster outbreak of Listeriosis responsible for 6 ...
  • Harrisburg blaze near fatal crash scene

    Harrisburg blaze near fatal crash scene

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    Governor Tom Wolf has ordered all commonwealth flags at the State Capitol Complex to fly at half-staff in honor of fallen Harrisburg firefighter Lt. Dennis DeVoe. The firefighter died Saturday night of his injuries at Hershey Medical Center. Enterline said hoverboards are 'notorious for starting fires'. "Denny was a leader in our department and the fire service as a whole", Enterline said.
  • MI downs Wisconsin to win Big Ten title

    MI downs Wisconsin to win Big Ten title

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    And 68 teams will have a shot to prove they're even better, with a path toward winning the NCAA Tournament. MI forward Moritz Wagner (13) passes the ball next to Purdue forward Caleb Swanigan (50) during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game in the Big Ten tournament , Friday, March 10, 2017, in Washington .
  • Weather: Cold and snow coming Monday

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    Friday: Partly sunny with a 40 percent chance of showers, mainly before 10 a.m. Highs in the lower 60s with wind gusts as high as 25 miles per hour. North wind 10 to 15 miles per hour, with gusts as high as 25 miles per hour. Lows will hit 30 degrees at night but rise above freezing Saturday . Southeast wind around 10 miles per hour. TONIGHT .Mostly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of snow in the evening, then clear after midnight.
  • Airport to offer new nonstop service to San Francisco

    Airport to offer new nonstop service to San Francisco

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    Indianapolis International Airport passengers will have a new option for nonstop flights to San Francisco beginning this fall. Virgin America, owned by Alaska Airlines, will be the 10th airline for RDU International Airport. In 2014, BNA had no nonstop service to cities within the San Francisco Bay Area (and minimal West Coast service overall). The new flight was part of 13 new nonstop markets announced by the airline.
  • Statue of young girl now staring down Wall Street Bull

    Statue of young girl now staring down Wall Street Bull

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    The statue, which the company said represents the future , is expected to stay up for a month. Today , at Bowling Green Park in New York's Financial District not far from Wall Street, the combination of finance, art and creativity has definitely reached a new, quite brilliant level of attention and storytelling.
  • 'People-pleaser' injected pregnant friend with heroin

    'People-pleaser' injected pregnant friend with heroin

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    Rhianna Frenette , 37, allegedly supplied Farruggia with the drugs, which police believe was methamphetamine , during the September incident, according to the report . She claimed Frenette had heroin and told her "it would take the edge off". Frenette said that a quick fix was the only way to calm down Farruggia long enough for her to call for help.
  • What Would a Literal Day Without a Woman Do to the World?

    What Would a Literal Day Without a Woman Do to the World?

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    Which is an odd point to make because (1) every one agrees with this and (2) the left advocates for policies that essentially eliminate women from public life and society. Women are now more likely to have a college degree than men, so the workforce will only become more dependent on them as time passes. In Greenfield Wednesday, some came as a family to show solidarity as women though the generations.