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Ebola Is Keeping Kids From Getting Vaccinated In ...
When Ebola began killing people in the Monrovia suburb of Clara Town several months ago, some residents blamed vaccines. One vaccinator in the town says mothers didn't want her near their...
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Diego Costa doubtful for Chelsea's trip to Manche...
Diego Costa doubtful for Chelsea's trip to Manchester United after hospital treatment for mystery bug Diego Costa returned from Spain duty with an illness He required hospital treatment and his...
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Transit tax adds to burden on low-income residents Many might suggest opposition to the gross receipts tax increase for the South Central Regional Transit District rests mainly with conservatives who...
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Pursuit of Happiness
Walk-on safety Dylan Haines has earned his keep a...
AUSTIN, Texas – Dylan Haines' "Who me?" moment came last spring when his name was called out to join Texas' first-team defense. The walk-on safety looked around and pointed at his chest, wondering if...
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Police seize stolen property, drugs at Woonona
An early morning police foot pursuit through Woonona led to the arrest of two young men and the seizure of a large haul of suspected stolen goods including jewellery, bicycles and entertainment...
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Packer the man for Souths: Burgess
Your browser does not support iframes. Clive Churchill medallist Sam Burgess has given his blessing to James Packer's co-ownership of South Sydney, as the billionaire sets his sights on turning the...
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Macquarie Park eyes role as new the CBD as Ricoh,...
Macquarie Park is set to be Sydney's next big business park CBD, with companies moving their head offices to the area and consolidating several offices into one larger one. The opening of the $440...
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Today's NFL tight ends stronger, better than pred...
Tony Gonzalez brought to the NFL sticky hands and breathtaking body control. What he carried from his basketball experience, more priceless, was a chip on his shoulder, a thread he shares with Julius...
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Accused told cop he was a champ boxer
PC Garey Thomson was giving evidence at the trial of Luke Quinn, 33, who denies murdering Simon
, 45, in Wellington Street, Glasgow, on November 10 last year. He told prosecutor Allan Nicol...
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Candidates for the C-A school board
James Johnson FLINT TWP. — Five of seven Carman-Ainsworth school board members are running to retain their seats next month. All are unopposed. A sixth seat is open due to the retirement of long-time...
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Hall of Fame banquet tickets GRAND BLANC – Tickets will go on sale Nov. 1 for the 35th annual Greater Flint Area Sports Hall of Fame induction banquet. The Class of 2014 will be enshrined Dec. 6 at...
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Grand Blanc High School
'We must be more productive'
Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert has called on his players to become more creative following a run of four games without a win. The Villans' strong start to the new season has been halted by...
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Event would help motorcycle ministry
Looking for some good chili and to raise money for a cause? Then you might want to attend the annual “Too Cold For Ice Cream” Chili Run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday on the Neosho Square. “This is...
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Neosho City Hall
Council vote saves Centennial Plaza bricks, tiles
But the future of the bricks and tiles was threatened by a city press release in late July announcing their removal. Outcry from residents and City Council members led to scrutiny from the full...
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Bakersfield Police Department
International Association of Chiefs of Police
A New Comfort Zone
Chef Kristine Kittrell is on a roll. At 42, she's juggling two executive chef jobs, marriage, and motherhood, and she appears to be having the time of her life. The well-traveled Canadian chef has...
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New York City
Bills seek to plug leaks, cut down on Orton’s sac...
Kyle Orton has been sacked 13 times in only three starts for the Buffalo Bills. Six came in last Sunday’s one-point victory against the Minnesota Vikings. Such a total typically shows up in the stat...
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New York Jets
Big plays from the big man as Colts tight end All...
Indianapolis Colts tight end Dwayne Allen seems too big to miss. Yet teams defending the Colts have so many offensive players to keep track of, starting with quarterback Andrew Luck's receiving...
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Seahawks to use Robert Turbin at fullback for now
Robert Turbin found out less than 10 minutes before kickoff that he was going to be called into duty at fullback for the Seattle Seahawks last week against the St. Louis Rams after starter Derrick...
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Scranton planners recommend SAPA adoption
The Scranton Planning Commission on Wednesday approved a recommendation to city council that it finally adopt the Scranton-Abingtons Planning Association Comprehensive Plan. Known as SAPA, the plan...
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Spring racing scramble to get the look, and other...
There is no escaping it. Melbourne is thoroughly in the thrall of the thoroughbreds and all that the season brings with it – on-track and off. With spring racing midway through its calendar,...
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