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Freezing temperatures slow DOT pothole repairs
Winter weather is continuing to wreak havoc on the roads. But instead of ice, it's in the form of potholes. The snow and ice over the past few weeks has left their marks on the streets in the form of...
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Frontier: Not your typical indie rock band
... an homage to Woody Guthrie’s famous WWII-era guitar
(that read) ‘This Machine Kills Fascists,’ but it’s also directed at people who are apathetic towards life,” said the band’s front...
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The stories you need to know today
GOOD morning and welcome to our morning news coverage. We will be bringing you the best of what’s happening this morning so you can get across the news quickly. 7:15am: ISIS sinks to sickening new...
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Two Germans sentenced to prison, caning
Andreas Von Knorres (left) and Elton Hinz arrive at the Subordinate Courts in Singapore on Thursday. Photo: Reuters The world was reminded once again of Singapore's tough stance on crime when two...
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News 24 South Africa
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Andreas Von Knorre
Kuala Lumpur International Airport
Demons to Overrun The Bronx in Web Series About G...
THE BRONX — If John Pyatt gets his way, a demon army will overrun the borough. Pyatt, 44, is the mastermind behind a web series called "Clot," which begins as a Faustian bargain between a demon and a...
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New York City
Could this 'eyesore' Radford office block be turn...
A HALF-DEMOLISHED "eyesore" office block in one of Nottingham's busiest streets could be transformed into residential flats. The Forest Mill office block in Alfreton Road, at the corner of Highhurst...
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Nottingham City Council
Kwun Tong back alleys to hit front with artistry
Friday, March 6, 2015  Newsfeeds Contact UsAbout UsPrint AdvertisingOnline AdvertisingArchive Site SearchKwun Tong back alleys to hit front with artistry Friday, March 06, 2015Several...
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When in Paris: Kim Kardashian goes platinum for Fashion WeekWhen in Paris: Kim Kardashian goes platinum for Fashion Week Solange Knowles had top fashion editors grumpily peering at their watches at...
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More big plans for Sunnyside Shines
The leaders of the Sunnyside Shines business improvement district said more things are in store for 2015 at its annual meeting Monday at Sunnyside Community Services. The BID, which stretches from...
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Jimmy Van Bramer
The Jewish Week
Tel Aviv — Two cars were torched and a building was vandalized in a Palestinian West Bank village near Ramallah. The
on the building read “Death to Arabs” in Hebrew. Residents of the...
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The Jewish Week
The Daily Star Lebanon
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'It WAS him': Defense admits Tsarnaev bombed Bost...
BOSTON (AP) — The question, for all practical purposes, is no longer whether Dzhokhar Tsarnaev took part in the Boston Marathon bombing. It's whether he deserves to die for it. In a blunt opening...
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Ventura County Star
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Rasta Thomas’ Romeo and Juliet, Peacock Theatre, ...
Though American dance star Rasta Thomas gets headline billing, he neither choreographed nor appears in this production. Instead, it’s an offshoot of his “Bad Boys of Dance” show, choreographed by...
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Khloe Kardashian and on-off beau French Montana o...
The new it bag? It's right behind you. Khloe Kardashian is just one of the fashion forward stars like Miley Cyrus, Rihanna and Cara Delevingne who have gone hands-free this season and swapped their...
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At center of storm(s), D.C.’s snow plow chief man...
D.C. Public Works Director William O. Howland Jr. answers reporters’ questions on Feb. 26 after saying the city had fallen behind on garbage collection amid recent snow falls. Howland has been in...
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Aaron C. Davis
Muriel E. Bowser
Mary M. Cheh
East Allentown group complains about 'so-called p...
An east Allentown organization is asking city officials to do something about “so-called public art” on the sides of buildings along Union Boulevard. “This problem we see in our area of Allentown...
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Gov. Inslee to address vandalism at Hindu temples
Governor Jay Inslee will address recent vandalism at Hindu temples in Western Washington. Faith leaders are calling for the FBI to open federal hate crime investigations. The request comes as Kent...
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Federal Bureau of Investigation
How 34 commandos created Mexico's most brutal dru...
Mexico Attorney Generals Office/APIn this photo taken at an undisclosed location released by the Mexican Attorney General's Office, alleged Gulf cartel leader Osiel Cardenas, center, is moved during...
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Mat Kearney goes back in time on ‘Just Kids’
At first, folk-rocker Mat Kearney wasn’t sure which direction his latest album “Just Kids” would take. But the more the Oregon-bred, Nashville-based toured, the more cohesive – and thematic – new...
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Ecuador's radical grammar pedants on a mission to...
In the dead of night, two men steal through the streets of Quito armed with spray cans and a zeal for reform. They are not political activists or revolutionaries: they are radical grammar pedants on a...
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Fundraising stalwart bows out
LONG-TIME Mount Isa resident Ray Dank will sell bow ties for the last time in support of the Queensland Muscular Dystrophy Association on Friday. LONG-TIME Mount Isa resident Ray Dank will sell bow...
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