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The Morning Journal
Cleveland Indians notes: Sources: Coco Crisp on verge of returnPress Coco Crisp is about to begin a second stint with the Indians. According
Cleveland Indians notes: Sources: Coco Crisp on verge of return
The Morning Journal / Posted an hour ago
Press Coco Crisp is about to begin a second stint with the Indians. According to the Associated Press and San Jose Mercury News, the Oakland A’s and Indians on Aug. 30 agreed on a trade that will send the veteran outfielder back to the team... Read more
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Deseret News
Don't worry, SUU, Utes know about lack of respectfinish only third in the division this year. In the national polls, they are ju
Don't worry, SUU, Utes know about lack of respect
Deseret News / Posted an hour ago
finish only third in the division this year. In the national polls, they are just below the cut line, at No. 26. San Jose Mercury News writer Jon Wilner expects the Utes to go 8-4 overall, 5-4 in the Pac-12. As he put it, the regular season will... Read more
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The Mercury News
Palumbo-Liu: PayPal should level playing field for Palestinian entrepreneursthe Louise Hewlett Nixon Professor at Stanford University and is part of a Sili
Palumbo-Liu: PayPal should level playing field for Palestinian entrepreneurs
The Mercury News / Posted 2 hours ago
the Louise Hewlett Nixon Professor at Stanford University and is part of a Silicon Valley group working for Palestinian rights. This term he is co-teaching a course at Stanford entitled "Making Palestine Visible." He wrote this for The Mercury... Read more
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Newsmax
Brock Turner, Stanford Sex Assault Convict, to Be Released From Jailjail early. Turner is expected to be released Friday after serving three month
Brock Turner, Stanford Sex Assault Convict, to Be Released From Jail
Newsmax / Posted 6 hours ago
jail early. Turner is expected to be released Friday after serving three months of his six-month sentence, the San Jose Mercury News reported. Turner was convicted in March of assault with intent to commit rape of an intoxicated woman, sexually... Read more
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The Mercury News
Restaurant review: Sunnyvale's The Oxford gastropub refines London street foodvery loud. Hours: Weekday lunch, 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.; dinner Sunday-Thursday,
Restaurant review: Sunnyvale's The Oxford gastropub refines London street food
The Mercury News / Posted 6 hours ago
very loud. Hours: Weekday lunch, 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.; dinner Sunday-Thursday, 4:30-10 p.m., until 10:30 on Friday-Saturday; weekend brunch, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Policy: Restaurant reviews are conducted anonymously; the Mercury News pays for all... Read more
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WA Today
Former Stanford swimmer Brock Turner leaves jail Friday after serving half his sexual assault sentencemandatory minimum sentence this bill creates will have negative impacts on comm
Former Stanford swimmer Brock Turner leaves jail Friday after serving half his sexual assault sentence
WA Today / Posted 7 hours ago
mandatory minimum sentence this bill creates will have negative impacts on communities of colour and other unintended consequences," Natasha Minsker, director of the group's Centre for Advocacy and Policy told the Mercury News. The Washingto... Read more
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Canberra Times
Former Stanford swimmer Brock Turner leaves jail Friday after serving half his sexual assault sentencemandatory minimum sentence this bill creates will have negative impacts on comm
Former Stanford swimmer Brock Turner leaves jail Friday after serving half his sexual assault sentence
Canberra Times / Posted 7 hours ago
mandatory minimum sentence this bill creates will have negative impacts on communities of colour and other unintended consequences," Natasha Minsker, director of the group's Centre for Advocacy and Policy told the Mercury News. The Washingto... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Former Stanford swimmer Brock Turner leaves jail Friday after serving half his sexual assault sentencemandatory minimum sentence this bill creates will have negative impacts on comm
Former Stanford swimmer Brock Turner leaves jail Friday after serving half his sexual assault sentence
Brisbane Times / Posted 8 hours ago
mandatory minimum sentence this bill creates will have negative impacts on communities of colour and other unintended consequences," Natasha Minsker, director of the group's Centre for Advocacy and Policy told the Mercury News. The Washingto... Read more
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The Age
Former Stanford swimmer Brock Turner leaves jail Friday after serving half his sexual assault sentencemandatory minimum sentence this bill creates will have negative impacts on comm
Former Stanford swimmer Brock Turner leaves jail Friday after serving half his sexual assault sentence
The Age / Posted 8 hours ago
mandatory minimum sentence this bill creates will have negative impacts on communities of colour and other unintended consequences," Natasha Minsker, director of the group's Centre for Advocacy and Policy told the Mercury News. The Washingto... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Former Stanford swimmer Brock Turner leaves jail Friday after serving half his sexual assault sentencemandatory minimum sentence this bill creates will have negative impacts on comm
Former Stanford swimmer Brock Turner leaves jail Friday after serving half his sexual assault sentence
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 hours ago
mandatory minimum sentence this bill creates will have negative impacts on communities of colour and other unintended consequences," Natasha Minsker, director of the group's Centre for Advocacy and Policy told the Mercury News. The Washingto... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
Brock Turner allegedly laughed after Stanford assaultsexually assaulting an intoxicated woman who passed out behind a trash bin afte
Brock Turner allegedly laughed after Stanford assault
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 8 hours ago
sexually assaulting an intoxicated woman who passed out behind a trash bin after a fraternity party. (Gary Reyes/San Jose Mercury News via AP, File) MANDATORY CREDIT More than 1,000 pages of newly released transcripts from Turner's trial detail... Read more
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The Mercury News
Collins: Traffic threatens Lake Tahoe environmentfor future generations. Darcie Goodman Collins, PhD, is executive director of
Collins: Traffic threatens Lake Tahoe environment
The Mercury News / Posted 8 hours ago
for future generations. Darcie Goodman Collins, PhD, is executive director of the League to Save Lake Tahoe, with the slogan "Keep Tahoe Blue." (Find ways to explore Tahoe without your car at keeptahoeblue.org.) She wrote this for The Mercury... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Brock Turner allegedly laughed after Stanford assaultmonths in jail for sexually assaulting an intoxicated woman who passed out behi
Brock Turner allegedly laughed after Stanford assault
Dayton Daily News / Posted 9 hours ago
months in jail for sexually assaulting an intoxicated woman who passed out behind a trash bin after a fraternity party. (Gary Reyes/San Jose Mercury News via AP, File) MANDATORY CREDIT Brock Turner Headlines By Cox Media Group National Content... Read more
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Oroville Mercury-Register
Law enforcement group misrepresents marijuanaCalifornia State Sheriffs Association claims marijuana seriously impairs drivin
Law enforcement group misrepresents marijuana
Oroville Mercury-Register / Posted 9 hours ago
California State Sheriffs Association claims marijuana seriously impairs driving and has other adverse consequences (AP, Mercury News, June 28). Yet researchers find that while obviously inadvisable, marijuana only modestly affects driving... Read more
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NBC Bay Area
It Appears Raiders Struck Gold With Undrafted Free Agentsexcited about what they bring to the offense. “I thought they both ran hard, r
It Appears Raiders Struck Gold With Undrafted Free Agents
NBC Bay Area / Posted 9 hours ago
excited about what they bring to the offense. “I thought they both ran hard, ran with vision,” Del Rio told the San Jose Mercury News. “They make people miss. I think looking into the offseson we were hoping we could develop a running back that... Read more
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Mountain View Voice
Chronicling the dirty side of 'Techville'in Silicon Valley. Around 1980, the problems became impossible to ignore. An a
Chronicling the dirty side of 'Techville'
Mountain View Voice / Posted 10 hours ago
in Silicon Valley. Around 1980, the problems became impossible to ignore. An article series by Susan Yoachum of the Mercury News put a spotlight on safety lapses in the semiconductor industry and spurred government intervention as well as a... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Ex-Husky running back Deontae Cooper wins starting job at San Jose Statebig, strong running back with good speed who takes pride in his pass protection
Ex-Husky running back Deontae Cooper wins starting job at San Jose State
The Seattle Times / Posted 10 hours ago
big, strong running back with good speed who takes pride in his pass protection,” San Jose State coach RonCaraghertold the Mercury News. “He’s everything we thought he would be as a young man and as a football player.” The Spartans open the season... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
What NFL coaches are saying about the Colin Kaepernick controversyNaturally, San Francisco's own Chip Kelly was immediately pressed for comment,
What NFL coaches are saying about the Colin Kaepernick controversy
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 11 hours ago
Naturally, San Francisco's own Chip Kelly was immediately pressed for comment, and he said on Saturday (via the San Jose Mercury News), "We recognize his right to do that. It's not my right to tell him not to do something. That's his right as a... Read more
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The Morning Call
What NFL coaches are saying about the Colin Kaepernick controversyNaturally, San Francisco's own Chip Kelly was immediately pressed for comment,
What NFL coaches are saying about the Colin Kaepernick controversy
The Morning Call / Posted 12 hours ago
Naturally, San Francisco's own Chip Kelly was immediately pressed for comment, and he said on Saturday (via the San Jose Mercury News), "We recognize his right to do that. It's not my right to tell him not to do something. That's his right as a... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Donald Trump slams Colin Kaepernick: 'Maybe he should find a country that works better for him'unjust, people aren't being held accountable for, and that's something that nee
Donald Trump slams Colin Kaepernick: 'Maybe he should find a country that works better for him'
Chicago Tribune / Posted 12 hours ago
unjust, people aren't being held accountable for, and that's something that needs to change," he said Sunday, the San Jose Mercury News reported. Asked what he would like to see changed, Kaepernick said: "There's a lot of things that need to... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
What NFL coaches are saying about the Colin Kaepernick controversyNaturally, San Francisco's own Chip Kelly was immediately pressed for comment,
What NFL coaches are saying about the Colin Kaepernick controversy
Chicago Tribune / Posted 12 hours ago
Naturally, San Francisco's own Chip Kelly was immediately pressed for comment, and he said on Saturday (via the San Jose Mercury News), "We recognize his right to do that. It's not my right to tell him not to do something. That's his right as a... Read more
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WSMV Nashville
Gallatin police search for missing man with PTSD, depressionwere 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according t
Gallatin police search for missing man with PTSD, depression
WSMV Nashville / Posted yesterday
were 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according to Mike Rosenberg, a former San Jose Mercury News reporter. That averages out to one arrest every-other day, Rosenberg reports.More >> There were 918 arrests... Read more
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Newser
'Stanford Rapist' to Be Released After Serving Half of Sentencemonths in jail made headlines, is scheduled to be released Friday after serving
'Stanford Rapist' to Be Released After Serving Half of Sentence
Newser / Posted yesterday
months in jail made headlines, is scheduled to be released Friday after serving just three months behind bars. The San Jose Mercury News confirmed the release date via jail records and the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office, and the newspaper notes... Read more
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WSMV Nashville
Hazing, harassment investigated at Summertown High Schoolwere 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according t
Hazing, harassment investigated at Summertown High School
WSMV Nashville / Posted yesterday
were 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according to Mike Rosenberg, a former San Jose Mercury News reporter. That averages out to one arrest every-other day, Rosenberg reports.More >> There were 918 arrests... Read more
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WSMV Nashville
Assistants fired, coach suspended after investigation into high school football teamwere 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according t
Assistants fired, coach suspended after investigation into high school football team
WSMV Nashville / Posted yesterday
were 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according to Mike Rosenberg, a former San Jose Mercury News reporter. That averages out to one arrest every-other day, Rosenberg reports.More >> There were 918 arrests... Read more
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WSMV Nashville
Patients consider alternatives after EpiPen price hikewere 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according t
Patients consider alternatives after EpiPen price hike
WSMV Nashville / Posted yesterday
were 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according to Mike Rosenberg, a former San Jose Mercury News reporter. That averages out to one arrest every-other day, Rosenberg reports.More >> There were 918 arrests... Read more
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WSMV Nashville
$26K in rare coins stolen from dealerwere 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according t
$26K in rare coins stolen from dealer
WSMV Nashville / Posted yesterday
were 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according to Mike Rosenberg, a former San Jose Mercury News reporter. That averages out to one arrest every-other day, Rosenberg reports.More >> There were 918 arrests... Read more
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KWWL Iowa
How history informs Colin Kaepernick's national anthem protestit's to bring awareness and make people realize what's really going on in this
How history informs Colin Kaepernick's national anthem protest
KWWL Iowa / Posted yesterday
it's to bring awareness and make people realize what's really going on in this country," Kaepernick told the San Jose Mercury News on Sunday. "There are a lot of things that are going on that are unjust, people aren't being held accountable... Read more
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WSMV Nashville
Fort Campbell soldier shot, killed in East TNwere 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according t
Fort Campbell soldier shot, killed in East TN
WSMV Nashville / Posted yesterday
were 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according to Mike Rosenberg, a former San Jose Mercury News reporter. That averages out to one arrest every-other day, Rosenberg reports.More >> There were 918 arrests... Read more
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WSMV Nashville
5 college grads planning major Nashville partywere 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according t
5 college grads planning major Nashville party
WSMV Nashville / Posted yesterday
were 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according to Mike Rosenberg, a former San Jose Mercury News reporter. That averages out to one arrest every-other day, Rosenberg reports.More >> There were 918 arrests... Read more
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WSMV Nashville
Shooting victims show up at north Nashville fire stationwere 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according t
Shooting victims show up at north Nashville fire station
WSMV Nashville / Posted yesterday
were 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according to Mike Rosenberg, a former San Jose Mercury News reporter. That averages out to one arrest every-other day, Rosenberg reports.More >> There were 918 arrests... Read more
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WSMV Nashville
Parade planned to welcome Goodlettsville All-Stars back homewere 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according t
Parade planned to welcome Goodlettsville All-Stars back home
WSMV Nashville / Posted yesterday
were 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according to Mike Rosenberg, a former San Jose Mercury News reporter. That averages out to one arrest every-other day, Rosenberg reports.More >> There were 918 arrests... Read more
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WSMV Nashville
Shooting victim shows up at north Nashville fire stationwere 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according t
Shooting victim shows up at north Nashville fire station
WSMV Nashville / Posted yesterday
were 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according to Mike Rosenberg, a former San Jose Mercury News reporter. That averages out to one arrest every-other day, Rosenberg reports.More >> There were 918 arrests... Read more
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WSMV Nashville
Nashville political trailblazer Betty Nixon dieswere 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according t
Nashville political trailblazer Betty Nixon dies
WSMV Nashville / Posted yesterday
were 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according to Mike Rosenberg, a former San Jose Mercury News reporter. That averages out to one arrest every-other day, Rosenberg reports.More >> There were 918 arrests... Read more
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WSMV Nashville
Man flees from police and crashes into Greenbrier homewere 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according t
Man flees from police and crashes into Greenbrier home
WSMV Nashville / Posted yesterday
were 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according to Mike Rosenberg, a former San Jose Mercury News reporter. That averages out to one arrest every-other day, Rosenberg reports.More >> There were 918 arrests... Read more
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Philly.com
Women deserve respect in sports and on the jobcommentary about Serena Williams' body and behavior, and the nameless second bi
Women deserve respect in sports and on the job
Philly.com / Posted yesterday
commentary about Serena Williams' body and behavior, and the nameless second billing of Simone Manuel by the San Jose Mercury News ("Olympics: Michael Phelps shares historic night with African-American") after she became the first black woman... Read more
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WSMV Nashville
Case involving deadly hit-and-run bound over to grand jurywere 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according t
Case involving deadly hit-and-run bound over to grand jury
WSMV Nashville / Posted yesterday
were 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according to Mike Rosenberg, a former San Jose Mercury News reporter. That averages out to one arrest every-other day, Rosenberg reports.More >> There were 918 arrests... Read more
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WSMV Nashville
Crews repair water main break in East Nashvillewere 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according t
Crews repair water main break in East Nashville
WSMV Nashville / Posted yesterday
were 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according to Mike Rosenberg, a former San Jose Mercury News reporter. That averages out to one arrest every-other day, Rosenberg reports.More >> There were 918 arrests... Read more
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WSMV Nashville
Man accused of throwing Molotov cocktails into ex-girlfriend's homewere 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according t
Man accused of throwing Molotov cocktails into ex-girlfriend's home
WSMV Nashville / Posted yesterday
were 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according to Mike Rosenberg, a former San Jose Mercury News reporter. That averages out to one arrest every-other day, Rosenberg reports.More >> There were 918 arrests... Read more
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The Mercury News
Kim, Zureick and Kim: In STEM workforce, diversity brings new ideasguidebook. Andrew H. Zureick, the other co-author of the guidebook, is a medica
Kim, Zureick and Kim: In STEM workforce, diversity brings new ideas
The Mercury News / Posted yesterday
guidebook. Andrew H. Zureick, the other co-author of the guidebook, is a medical student at the University of Michigan. Yoo Eun Kim is a Smith College graduate and a Teach for America Corps member in Boston. They wrote this for The Mercury... Read more
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NBC News
Will history be kind to Colin Kaepernick?it's to bring awareness and make people realize what's really going on in this
Will history be kind to Colin Kaepernick?
NBC News / Posted yesterday
it's to bring awareness and make people realize what's really going on in this country," Kaepernick told the San Jose Mercury News on Sunday. "There are a lot of things that are going on that are unjust, people aren't being held accountable... Read more
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WSMV Nashville
Taylor Swift reports for jury duty in Nashvillewere 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according t
Taylor Swift reports for jury duty in Nashville
WSMV Nashville / Posted yesterday
were 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according to Mike Rosenberg, a former San Jose Mercury News reporter. That averages out to one arrest every-other day, Rosenberg reports.More >> There were 918 arrests... Read more
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Newsmax
GOP Voter Registration on Rise in 3 Battleground StatesDemocrats gained 45,000 voters in Colorado and 19,000 voters in Arizona in the
GOP Voter Registration on Rise in 3 Battleground States
Newsmax / Posted yesterday
Democrats gained 45,000 voters in Colorado and 19,000 voters in Arizona in the past year, the CNN report said. In a Mercury News opinion column, Tom Steyer wrote that Republican candidate Donald Trump is helping Democrats in California.... Read more
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New England Sports Network
Colin Kaepernick Explains Anthem Decision, Also Calls Donald Trump ‘Openly Racist’Sunday he will continue to sit when it’s played before NFL games. “Yes. I’ll c
Colin Kaepernick Explains Anthem Decision, Also Calls Donald Trump ‘Openly Racist’
New England Sports Network / Posted yesterday
Sunday he will continue to sit when it’s played before NFL games. “Yes. I’ll continue to sit,” Kaepernick said, per The Mercury News. “I’m going to stand with the people that are being oppressed. “To me this is something that has to change and... Read more
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WSMV Nashville
Woman dies from medical issue while driving in Bellevuewere 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according t
Woman dies from medical issue while driving in Bellevue
WSMV Nashville / Posted yesterday
were 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according to Mike Rosenberg, a former San Jose Mercury News reporter. That averages out to one arrest every-other day, Rosenberg reports.More >> There were 918 arrests... Read more
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WSMV Nashville
Crews working to repair water main break in East Nashvillewere 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according t
Crews working to repair water main break in East Nashville
WSMV Nashville / Posted yesterday
were 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according to Mike Rosenberg, a former San Jose Mercury News reporter. That averages out to one arrest every-other day, Rosenberg reports.More >> There were 918 arrests... Read more
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WSMV Nashville
Crews responding to water main break in East Nashvillewere 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according t
Crews responding to water main break in East Nashville
WSMV Nashville / Posted yesterday
were 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according to Mike Rosenberg, a former San Jose Mercury News reporter. That averages out to one arrest every-other day, Rosenberg reports.More >> There were 918 arrests... Read more
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WSMV Nashville
Man stabbed near Walmart in south Nashvillewere 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according t
Man stabbed near Walmart in south Nashville
WSMV Nashville / Posted yesterday
were 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according to Mike Rosenberg, a former San Jose Mercury News reporter. That averages out to one arrest every-other day, Rosenberg reports.More >> There were 918 arrests... Read more
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WSMV Nashville
Metro police identify man killed in north Nashvillewere 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according t
Metro police identify man killed in north Nashville
WSMV Nashville / Posted yesterday
were 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according to Mike Rosenberg, a former San Jose Mercury News reporter. That averages out to one arrest every-other day, Rosenberg reports.More >> There were 918 arrests... Read more
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WSMV Nashville
Woman charged in Antioch hit-and-run admits she was drinkingwere 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according t
Woman charged in Antioch hit-and-run admits she was drinking
WSMV Nashville / Posted yesterday
were 918 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according to Mike Rosenberg, a former San Jose Mercury News reporter. That averages out to one arrest every-other day, Rosenberg reports.More >> There were 918 arrests... Read more
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