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Bulldozer Terrorist’s Family Sues Government for ...
The scene after tractor attacked bus in Jerusalem in early August The family of a Jerusalem Arab tractor driver who was killed after he rammed a bus and killed one man August 4 is suing the...
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Mulch catches fire after Glen Eden blaze
A LARGE pile of mulch caught fire near Glen Eden Wednesday and sent large plumes of smoke into the air. The mulch had ignited from a vegetation fire that started on Tuesday just before midday, which...
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Aboushi a Significant Upgrade over Winters for Je...
Just like any other job in our capitalist society, the NFL is known to play favorites no matter how much the bosses insist they make decisions purely based on performance. The New York Jets' latest...
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Man Has Live Moth Removed From Ear (WARNING: Grap...
Elephant puts a ballot in ballot box during campaign to promote the general election in Ayutthaya province on June 21, 2011. The July 3 general election will be the first since Thailand was rocked by...
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Green light for octocopters on Mars
Pretend it is the year 2050, a decade or so after Mars One and its consortium of international partners have established the first settler colony on the Red Planet. The Marsoneers, as the intrepid...
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Loveland sculptor Kent Ullberg delivers massive '...
DENVER — After two intense years, late hours, long nights and not being able to say a word about what he was working on, Kent Ullberg will see his sculpture, "Snowmastodon," dedicated Thursday at the...
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Denver Museum of Nature
Company offering reward for vandalism info
Staff report Tired of vandalism at its rock-crushing facility on the Bethel Highway, Heflin Construction is offering a $5,000 reward that leads to the conviction of the perpetrators. In the latest...
Read more at Clovis News Journal
Province investigating suspected pioneer cemetery
The unnamed burial site located on a former Petrolia Line woodlot, between Hardy Creek and Sexton roads, was once believed to be home to about 10 gravestones. But an alert neighbour recently reported...
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Protestant Episcopal Church
Magnum photographer René Burri dies
The Swiss photographer René Burri, celebrated for his portraits of Che Guevara and Pablo Picasso, died on Monday in Zurich aged 81, the Magnum Photo agency said. Burri, who lived between Zurich and...
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Ernesto "Che" Guevara
Incredible journey for runaway dog Hank
IT is a story that touched the hearts of scores of people as a lost rescue dog was reunited with its new owner after 11 days on the run. Hundreds of people had taken to social media to help locate...
Read more at Powys County Times
Number of people using Dudley leisure centres is ...
There were around 1.27 million visits logged between April 2013 and March 2014. The council runs sites in Dudley, Halesowen and Stourbridge. Bosses say increasing the range of activities on offer...
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Janalee Tobias: Still Fighting
Janalee Tobias is a conservative Mormon housewife who's outspoken about her love of guns. But she's even more vocal about her love of the environment and open space, to the consternation of...
Read more at Salt Lake City Weekly
New trial ordered in W.Va. bulldozed cemetery case
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — The West Virginia Supreme Court has ordered a new trial in a case involving a cemetery damaged by a
. The court says in a ruling issued Friday that the jury received...
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Crystal Block Cemetery
Equitable Production Co.
Book review: John Grisham’s ‘Gray Mountain’ is a ...
At the start of “Gray Mountain,” John Grisham’s angry and important new novel, Samantha Kofer — age 29, Washington native, graduate of Georgetown and Columbia Law — is a third-year associate at a huge...
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Police crack down on mine protesters
Senior police in the North West are becoming increasingly concerned about the safety of people protesting at the Maules Creek mine site, near Boggabri. Senior police in the North West are becoming...
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News - The Times-Tribune
... What were two people watching when they were attacked by men looking to collect a debt? A. “Judge Judy” B. “Jerry Springer” C. “Cosmos” D. “The Big Bang Theory” 2. Why did the state attorney...
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Look at what Georgia did — again — without Todd G...
So Georgia has a week off to prepare for its trip to Jacksonville, Fla., to play Florida. You think Georgia can keep Todd Gurley’s reinstatement request “in the mail” for a little longer? Because,...
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Football legends discuss DeMarco Murray
Editor's note: See Greg Garber's video feature on Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray on "Sunday NFL Countdown" -- 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. ET. IRVING, Texas - The great Billy Sims has just driven more than...
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Broncos playoff bound
Scratch that. They left the past in the dust of their three-headed
of a rushing attack. The Broncos are playoff bound after an explosive second half, storming past rival North Central...
Read more at The Escanaba Daily Press
Fox 11 Archives: L.A.'s Last Freeway
This week marks the 21st anniversary of the last – and perhaps the final – freeway to be built in Los Angeles. Interstate 105, also known as the Century Freeway, but officially the Glenn M. Anderson...
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