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Brisbane man charged over murder of Michelle Buck...
Elvira Buckingham with a photograph of her daughter Michelle, who was murdered in October 1983. Photo: Ray Sizer What hurts the most is that her daughter was left to die on a roadside ''like a...
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Shepparton Magistrates Court
Steven James Bradley
NYT investigation: MSNBC’s Sharpton runs ‘delinqu...
The Rev. Al Sharpton speaks to residents attending a protest rally demanding justice for the killing of Trayvon Martin in Miami in 2012. (Lucas Jackson/Reuters) A New York Times investigation into...
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New York Times
Knife will not be evidence in trial
Thomas Chevy Vas is accused of fatally stabbing a classmate, 17-year-old Dustin "Dusty" White, outside a 2012 Tygarts Valley High School football game. Vas was indicted on Feb. 25, 2013, on one felony...
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Tygarts Valley High School
West Virginia State Police
Get $6 off a carload admission to Country Christm...
PEWAUKEE (WITI) — Country Christmas is now celebrating its 19th year as Wisconsin’s largest outdoor drive-through lights display. And FOX6 is once again teaming up with Country Christmas to make you a...
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Cold weather doesn’t have to put hiking on a hiat...
Cold weather doesn’t have to put hiking on a hiatus Temperatures are dropping, snow is in the forecast and restlessness tugs against the temptation to grab a good book and settle in by the fire. With...
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Waterfront Renaissance Trail repair progresses
When the flood-stage Columbia River ate into its northern bank near Tidewater Cove three years ago, the sandy slope went down smoothly. The river will have to work harder if it returns for a second...
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United States Army
Department of Ecology
Westborough Community Land Trust announces 2014 a...
Wednesday, November 12, 2014 Westborough Community Land Trust announces 2014 award-winners Ellie and Jack Pepper Award-winner Marty Newark and Boy Scout Matthew Buffo installed the 100th bluebird...
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Online News. Community Views.
Stephen R. Barbeau and Peter A. McQuillen, two strong-willed men of means -- both with deep roots in the Le Roy Community -- now find themselves quite literally on the opposite sides of the fence. A...
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With Pine Hills Trail, green space will grace urb...
An outdoor oasis is coming to one of Orange County's most urban areas — within sight of traffic-choked West Colonial Drive. Shelved for years by the economic downturn, the long-delayed Pine Hills...
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What's Happening at This Week's Boston Ski & Snow...
I love apr�s ski -- chatting it up with fellow downhill friends, talking gear and where we plan to ski next. From November 13 to 16, I will be at a huge apr�s ski party with hundreds of skiers and...
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Cape Cod Canal
Thousands take on the 25th annual Iceman Cometh B...
KALKASKA COUNTY -- Cyclists from around the world were in northern Michigan today and took part in the 25th annual Iceman Cometh Bike Race in Kalkaska County. More than 5,400 people from the US,...
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Hawaii menacing river of molten laval stalls - fo...
Hawaii's menacing river of molten lava has temporarily halted - for now - about 480 yards from local village ... but could pick back up within days Pahoa Village on the Big Island of Hawaii has known...
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The Associated Press
Martha Coakley Poured the Worst Beer Ever
We get it. It’s the night before the election. There’s a governorship on the line. You need to find a way to connect with voters on a human level. So naturally, you head down to Dorchester’s Eire Pub,...
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Linda Dorcena Forry
John Phillips: The Sacramento tin ear
Every so often, a once-respected person or institution ends up going down in history for being ethically corrupt – New York Times writer Jayson Blair, the 1919 Chicago White Sox and President Richard...
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California State Senate
Kevin De Leon
The New York Times
Chicago White Sox
GGNRA should follow its rules
Golden Gate National Recreation Area leaders' announcement that their plans to build two new bus stops at Muir Woods and Muir Beach will follow federal environmental rules is a welcome promise. They...
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Part of Chicago Lakefront Trail closed for repair...
Cyclists and pedestrians venturing along Chicago's Lakefront Trail on Monday came across detours and debris left from Friday's storm, which brought strong winds and towering waves. The trail was...
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National Weather Service
FBI scrutinizing Chicago landlord
Two investors in this five-story building at 415 N. Dearborn St. accused Mr. Holmer and his partner, Stephen Muller, of bank fraud in a 2010 lawsuit. The lawsuit was later settled. Arthur Holmer, a...
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Federal Bureau of Investigation
How can I watch Halley's Comet? Here's how you ca...
Halley's Comet normally only makes an appearance every 75 years, and isn't due back in our neighbourhood until 2061 - but we're going to get a sneak peek this month. Stargazers will be able to see...
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URI football coach Fleming really is living the d...
SOUTH KINGSTOWN, R.I. — He sits in the football office, looks out the window and sees the future. He sees a team good enough to compete for championships in the very competitive Colonial Athletic...
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Colonial Athletic Association
‘Private Peaceful,’ movie review
Anglophiles and Great War aficionados may luxuriate in this slow, sometimes tough drama. The focus in a working-class village is on the three English sons of a puffed-up dad, Col. Peaceful (the late...
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