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Board Expected to Approve $2.5 Million for June E...
RIVERSIDE - Riverside County supervisors are expected today to authorize $2.5 million to cover costs tied to the upcoming June primary election. Interim Registrar of Voters Rebecca Spencer submitted...
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The Temecula Valley News
KESQ Palm Springs
Race to Robie Creek runners bring different backg...
Race to Robie Creek runners bring different backgrounds, motivation Results by: Authentic Sports Timing ------- Summit ------- ------- Finish ------- Chip Gun Place Name Bib No Age Gender Age Group...
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The Alliance Review
San Diego Union-Tribune
FL Reviews Sentencing Law for Juveniles: A Punish...
FL Reviews Sentencing Law for Juveniles: A Punishment That Fits the Crime By Stephanie Carroll Carson | Public News Service TALLAHASSEE, FL - Today the Florida Senate is scheduled to consider a...
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Public News Service
Erin Sullivan 15 to Life Kenneth's Story
Orlando Weekly | Erin Sullivan 15 to Life Kenneth's StoryThursday, April 3, 2014 Orlando Weekly's Erin Sullivan talks about the social-justice documentary called 15 to Life: Kenneth's Story, showing...
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the Florida Film Festival
Quad Squad: Hanover's first quadruplets turn 2
It has been two years since Heather Toomey gave birth to the first set of quadruplets that York Hospital and Hanover had ever seen, but people still politely ask about her babies in public and on...
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York Daily Record
The Evening Sun
Crime Stoppers raises reward to $5,000
LAWTON, Okla._Crime Stoppers of Southwest Oklahoma is upping the reward to $5,000 for any tip that helps Lawton police solve a homicide. With 13 unsolved homicides since 2012, the board of directors...
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Dallas Borough gets $74,037 in fuel funds
DALLAS — Borough Council announced Wednesday that the borough received its yearly Liquid Fuels payment from the state in the amount of $74,037. The monies, which come from taxes on road fuels and...
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