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Richmond family angry after driver who hit 3-old ...
NBC 12 is following an emotional story out of Richmond, where 3-year-old Scott Talbert was hit by a car at a busy intersection. He's now recovering from a broken leg. At any given time, you may spot...
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More poison ivy in La Crosse area than normal
If you were out enjoying the weather over the weekend you may have noticed more poison ivy than usual. New research suggests ivy is bigger this year because of warmer weather and increasing levels of...
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Locals React To 404 Fatal Accident
DENTON, Md.- If cars moving both directions are traveling at the speed limit, the force of a collision can be one hundred ten miles per hour. Locals say that many of the people driving on 404 don't...
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See how this mother duck teaches her baby about r...
This is the adorable moment a mother duck decided to teach her babies all about road safety as they crossed over a busy dual carriageway. Safety first: Mother duck leads her brood across a busy dual...
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Alaska Railroad Safety Tips
Alaska Railroad Safety Tips ANCHORAGE, AK - Historically, Fourth of July weekend has been an incident prone weekend for the Alaska Railroad. "We see a lot of 100% preventable incidents so we want to...
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Traffic accidents across Jacksonville leave 2 chi...
A 12-year-old girl and a 7-year-old boy lie in hospital beds following traffic accidents that occurred eerily the same way as they both dashed onto roads toward their families and were hit by passing...
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Experts say poison ivy could be growing bigger th...
KALAMAZOO, Mich. (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - Experts say that poison ivy may be growing larger leaves this year than ever before. According to new research, not only are the plants getting bigger, but they're...
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PODCAST: Advocating for Safe Streets and a Radica...
UPPER WEST SIDE — Standing next to politicians, commissioners and other high-ranking officials, Ken Coughlin was the only layman behind the microphones at a recent press conference for the launch of a...
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Authorities search for two men near Kutzky Park, ...
NewsCenter's Mike Sullivan was standing here on the corner of West Center Street and 12th Avenue Northwest, when he saw two men
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Police blame recent train deaths on people ignori...
In the last two months, freight trains have hit and killed five people in St. Joe County. The latest victim was a teenager who died just this past Saturday. It may seen pretty obvious, but getting too...
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Reversing truck struck woman
A Sarnia man charged with careless driving following an Aug. 10, 2014 fatal pedestrian collision was acquitted in Sarnia provincial offences court Friday. Chad Wayne Bentley, 32, was acquitted based...
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Enough already, get bikes off sidewalks
The bicyclist came out of nowhere just after sunrise on a Saturday morning. We were out for a stroll, my husband and I, while the day was cool. This was in midtown Sacramento, this past weekend. You...
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Vanderbilt sees uptick in neighborhood pedestrian...
A car accident can happen anytime, anywhere, but doctors want to warn you about a certain kind of accident. The Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt reports they're already seeing a...
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Council declines to renew GTA contract past 2016
The Town of Goderich has decided to sever ties with one of the community’s longest standing organizations. In front of a packed council chamber on Monday night, council declined to renew its lease...
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Send-off for local therapy dog is June 14
When Dennis Jasper got Midnite as a 6-week-old puppy and started training him, the “full-blooded black labrador” seemed to pick up basic obedience pretty quickly. Posted Jun. 12, 2015 at 7:36...
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Neighbors say crash victim died trying to film sp...
GOSHEN, Ore. – Police continue investigating a crash on Mathews Road that resulted in the death of a pedestrian. Friends and family of the victim identified him as Roland Vilett, who lives near the...
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Loony Lennie’s lopsided lexicon!
I do believe I introduced you in my earlier columns to a former classmate nicknamed Loony Lennie, the joker of the pack who was the class clown. Not a classy clown in the real sense, mind you, because...
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Kylie styles tempts the London sunshine as she he...
Kylie Minogue embraces summer in light seasonal top and skinny jeans as she heads to the studio Pop icon Kylie Minogue was dressed ready for the Australian sun as she hit the London streets this...
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Technology camp gives students insight into compu...
ST. MARTINS, Mo. — Behind the increasingly life-like graphics of video games or the far-reaching information clearinghouse at Google is computer code. Students at St. Martins Catholic School have the...
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Road test: Ford S-Max 2.0 TDCI 180PS Titanium Six...
The new car has a streamlined, less van-like body, with a longer bonnet, sleeker lights and a much more upmarket and simplified cabin. Among the raft of new equipment is adaptive steering, which...
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