• LHS baseball shut out in season opener
LHS baseball shut out in season opener

Ridge Dickert took the mound for Lloyd in the fourth and issued four walks to yield another CC run, but forced a pop-up for the third out, leaving the bases loaded without further damage. In the first four innings, Mallory Warner managed only two groundouts as the entire DeKalb softball team had only four hits. Coppell coach Kendall Clark, like...

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  • IHC call for more equality this World Down Syndrome Day
IHC call for more equality this World Down Syndrome Day

It's accompanied by the hashtag #wouldntchangeathing . It unites parents as a tribe who are advocating for their children and the people they love, she said at the event Wednesday hosted by the Chasing Hazel Foundation at Sanctuary Tattoos in Windsor.

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  • Gun Used In Great Mills High Shooting Belonged To Gunman's Father
Gun Used In Great Mills High Shooting Belonged To Gunman's Father

Blaine Gaskill is being hailed as a hero for tracking down the suspected shooter and engaging with him. The Florida shooting has also sparked a national conversation about gun violence in schools, with President Donald Trump calling for more armed adults in schools.

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  • Peru Prosecutors Seek to Bar Kuczynski from Leaving Country
Peru Prosecutors Seek to Bar Kuczynski from Leaving Country

Three days after that vote, on Christmas Eve, he pardoned former President Alberto Fujimori (1990-2000), who had served eight years of a 25-year sentence for human rights violations, including murder and kidnapping. Congress accepted his resignation within hours. "Faced with this hard situation that unfairly makes me appear guilty, I think the b...

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  • Tragic discovery in hoarders' house after neighbours hadn't seen woman for years
Tragic discovery in hoarders' house after neighbours hadn't seen woman for years

Due to my own stupidity, I will have to live with the guilt for the rest of my life! The heartbroken parents have since been the subject of disgusting online trolling, with police issuing a warning that charges could be brought for anyone found to be sending "malicious comments".

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  • Railways Recruitment 2018: Exam is competitive & transparent, says Minister
Railways Recruitment 2018: Exam is competitive & transparent, says Minister

The protests were carried out by the activists of the All India Act Apprentice Association (AAAAA). "Railway has reserved 20% posts for "Course Completed Act Apprentices" along with an age relaxation equal to the period of apprenticeship, which will benefit them in the exam", Railway Minister Piyush Goyal.

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  • Egyptian court orders suspension of Uber, Careem licences
Egyptian court orders suspension of Uber, Careem licences

Earlier on Tuesday, an administrative court in Egypt made a decision to ban the Uber and Careem taxi services from operating in the country based on a lawsuit filed by a group of traditional taxi drivers, accusing the two companies of breaking traffic laws by using private vehicles for commercial purposes.

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  • A Judge Just Blocked the Nation's Most Restrictive Abortion Law
A Judge Just Blocked the Nation's Most Restrictive Abortion Law

In a March 16 podcast, Bryant had anticipated the suit against the new but said he expects to win in court, no matter how high the case goes in the courts. In papers filed earlier Monday evening, the Jackson Women's Health Organization and a physician who practices there stated that a woman who is 15 weeks or more pregnant is scheduled to have ...

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  • JB Pritzker Wins Democratic Primary For Governor
JB Pritzker Wins Democratic Primary For Governor

So we can win the battle against the corruption in our state. Pritzker , speaking with the Associated Press after the election results, called his win "amazing", and said he's "really excited" about the general election in November. There, Ives delivered a crushing critique of Rauner's tenure. And Newman said her campaign had had an effect...

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  • MAN Wants FG To Renegotiate Trade Conditions — AfCFTA
MAN Wants FG To Renegotiate Trade Conditions — AfCFTA

Sources at the presidency also revealed that the advanced team of the president's entourage travelled to Kigali on Friday but has been asked to return home. But despite the opposition, the FEC presided over by Osinbajo had approved the signing on Wednesday. "That is an area that is of great concern to us", Jacob said.

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  • Gov. Bryant appoints Cindy Hyde-Smith to succeed Thad Cochran
Gov. Bryant appoints Cindy Hyde-Smith to succeed Thad Cochran

Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant. First elected to the state Senate in 1999, Hyde-Smith was a Democrat until she switched parties in 2010. "Nevertheless, I am pleased that MS voters will have a clear choice in November for the open seat for United States Senate", McDaniel said in a statement .

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  • Israel admits to destroying a nuclear reactor in Syria in 2007
Israel admits to destroying a nuclear reactor in Syria in 2007

Israel's involvement has been one of its most closely held secrets, and it was not immediately clear why the country chose to go public now. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu , who was the opposition leader at the time, told reporters in the weeks after the attack that he had given Prime Minister Ehud Olmert his approval.

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  • Polygraph test says Stormy Daniels
Polygraph test says Stormy Daniels "truthful" about sexual affair with Trump

Lippe-McGraw told CNN that Daniels passed the test in a broader sense. Daniels' lawyer, Michael Avenatti , posted a photo of his client taking the lie detector test on Twitter (see above). This affair is said to have occurred barely a year after Trump had married current wife Melania who was, depending on what reported timeline you belie...

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  • On the last male northern white rhino
On the last male northern white rhino

Poaching has been a major contributor to the northern white rhino's decline over the past century. Richard Vigne, the CEO of Ol Pejeta , echoed the sentiments of local and worldwide wildlife campaigners by stating that Sudan's demise was a huge blow to the concerted efforts to save iconic but threatened species .

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  • John Oliver's gay bunny book outsells Pence's straight bunny book
John Oliver's gay bunny book outsells Pence's straight bunny book

John Oliver's children's book about a gay bunny has sold out and is receiving a second printing, the Last Week Tonight host told Ellen DeGeneres during her show airing Tuesday. All proceeds from Oliver's book go to The Trevor Project and AIDS United. His most recent episode focused on Mike Pence . But, one thing I love about him is his ra...

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  • Man Arrested for Bomb Threat That Shut Down SXSW Concert
Man Arrested for Bomb Threat That Shut Down SXSW Concert

According to Austin police, there were no indications of any broader security concerns for any other activities. Tonight's Bud Light Roots Jam has been cancelled due to a security concern after a reported bomb threat was called in.

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  • Serial bomber behind explosions, Austin Police say
Serial bomber behind explosions, Austin Police say

Investigations showed that they were injured by an explosion device on the roadside near a fence. At 11:30 p.m., hospital staff confirmed to KVUE's Christy Millweard that the two men were in good condition. All four devices were similar, police said on Monday. The two injured men, who were aged 22 and 23, are white, unlike the victims in the ea...

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  • 3 dead as fire hits Manila Pavilion Hotel
3 dead as fire hits Manila Pavilion Hotel

According to the Manila Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office, four people, who had been critically injured during the fire, did not make it to the hospital, Xinhua reported. A rescue team found at least 19 people trapped on the fifth floor, but emergency teams were still determining how to get them out safely, he added.

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  • Britain Accuses Russia Of Stockpiling Novichok Nerve Agent
Britain Accuses Russia Of Stockpiling Novichok Nerve Agent

Johnson dismissed those claims and said Russia's reaction "was not the response of a country that really believes itself to be innocent". He made the remarks hours after UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said the United Kingdom has evidence Russian Federation has been creating and stockpiling the Soviet-era "military-grade" nerve agent Novic...

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  • Status Orange Warning In Place As Kildare Snowfall Continues
Status Orange Warning In Place As Kildare Snowfall Continues

The National Directorate for Fire and Management is monitoring the situation. Due to adverse weather conditions the Festival Big Day Out event scheduled to run from 12-6pm today in Merrion Square will not take place. Along with a status yellow snow-ice warning being in place for the whole country until 9 am tomorrow, a status orange snow-ice warn...

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