• 'One of the good ones': Wayzata officer struck, killed by vehicle

    'One of the good ones': Wayzata officer struck, killed by vehicle

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    The driver was a 54-year-old woman who officials said stopped immediately and was cooperative. Records obtained by KSTP-TV show that she had a revoked license and a history of traffic violations. The Minnesota State Patrol is handling the crash reconstruction investigation to determine how the incident occurred. WAYZATA-"He was one of the good ones".
  • How does monster Hurricane Irma compare to Andrew?

    How does monster Hurricane Irma compare to Andrew?

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    The center said it is looking more likely that the eye of powerful Irma will strike the Florida Keys, southwestern Florida and the Tampa Bay region on Sunday. Maximum winds thrashed southern Florida at 175 miles per hour, inflicting $26.5 billion in damages, according to Weather Underground, killing 26.
  • One dead after aircraft crashes during training mission

    One dead after aircraft crashes during training mission

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    An investigation is underway and "additional information concerning the accident will be released as it becomes available", the USAF says. U.S. Sens. In an article on the website of The Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland, Schultz was identified as a 1991 graduate of Annapolis High School and a former civilian test pilot who received multiple graduate degrees before joining the Air Force in 2001.
  • Philippine government 'rethinking' drug war after killings of 3 teens

    Philippine government 'rethinking' drug war after killings of 3 teens

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    Quoting figures from the Children's Legal Rights and Development Center, HRW said Delos Santos and De Guzman brought the number of children killed by police and unknown killers to 54 since July a year ago, majority "shot while in the company of adults who were the apparent target of the shooting" and dismissed by both Duterte and Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II as "collateral damage".
  • Barack Obama makes surprise visit to high school to 'welcome back students'

    Barack Obama makes surprise visit to high school to 'welcome back students'

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    Pupils at McKinley Tech High school gasped and screamed in excitement at the sight of the former president, who has largely avoided the public eye since leaving office. While conversing, he told the students, "I do believe that most of the problems that we have are going to be solved by you". His spokesman Keith Schiller told The Hill that Friday's visit was a part Obama's 'ongoing conversation with young people'.
  • Hurricane Irma: What forecasters now expect in the Charlotte region

    Hurricane Irma: What forecasters now expect in the Charlotte region

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    The projected path of the center now extends from South Florida into parts of Georgia , Alabama, and Tennessee. "Half of my vendors are out of everything people need", James said. McMaster said health care facilities in Jasper, Beaufort, Colleton, Dorchester, Berkely, Charleston and Horry counties must evacuate starting this afternoon.
  • Chatham County begins mandatory evacuation

    Chatham County begins mandatory evacuation

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    At 2 p.m., Irma's maximum winds had fallen to about 125 miles per hour after its landfall in Cuba, with hurricane-force winds extending outward from the eye for 70 miles. "I am going to pick up 30 generators", James said. If the Emergency Operations Center is activated (closer to the storm approaching) DES says they will determine the actual location of shelters if they are deemed necessary.
  • North Korea urges nuclear buildup on its anniversary

    North Korea urges nuclear buildup on its anniversary

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    China said yesterday that it had lodged a diplomatic protest with South Korea following its announcement that it would increase deployments of the THAAD system. Moon asked for the public's understanding. With conflict over the U.S. missile defense system continuing, Moon is said to be mulling over whether to make a public address.
  • BJP & PM Modi's Missed Opportunity To Rein In Abusive Tweets

    BJP & PM Modi's Missed Opportunity To Rein In Abusive Tweets

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    While many bolstered the #BlockNarendraModi battle calling for PM Modi to be calling on Twitter, others declined to be a piece of it, saying he was their "window to world tourism". The Congress has accused the Centre and the BJP of trying to give "political and communal colour" to the Gauri Lankesh murder case and challenged law minister Ravi Shankar Prasad and his party to produce evidence of to support their allegations of Gauri's link with Naxalites .
  • Get the Word Out for Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017

    Get the Word Out for Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017

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    There will be games, food and music as well as a chance to turn the pastor into a human sundae. The adult class is studying "Reformation Truths", Bible teachings that were central to Martin Luther, with applications to our lives. Main St., Arlington. On Wednesday, Sept. 13, Evening Prayer will be said from 5-5:30 p.m., followed by Contemplative Prayer from 5:30-6:30 p.m. She said she can't wait to attend the two special church services on Sunday.
  • Experts say Trump's deal shows little faith in his own party

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    President, I'm so glad you called because this is the challenge we have, I know you didn't mean to instill fear but it is happening", Pelosi said". Speaker of the House Paul Ryan refuted reports that he was "furious" over President Trump's surprise budget deal with Democratic leaders on Wednesday.
  • Here's what you should do following the Equifax cyber security incident

    Here's what you should do following the Equifax cyber security incident

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    In addition to the breach , three executives, including the chief financial officer, are alleged to have sold almost $2 million worth of Equifax stock days after the hack was discovered. A security flaw on the Equifax website has compromised the personal data of 143 million people in the United States . Call local police along with Service Canada if you Social Insurance Number was used.
  • 'Everybody wants this dangerous situation resolved' - Turnbull on Trump's North Korea call

    'Everybody wants this dangerous situation resolved' - Turnbull on Trump's North Korea call

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    Trump on Wednesday said that military action was not his "first choice", but only weeks earlier vowed to rain "fire and fury" on Pyongyang if the North did not stop threatening the United States and its allies. South Korean Prime Minister Lee Nak-yon speculated on Thursday that North Korea could be preparing another missile test similar to the one that flew over Japan last month, according to NBC.
  • FEMA Orders 4500 Trailers For Harvey

    FEMA Orders 4500 Trailers For Harvey

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    Hurricane Harvey didn't cherry-pick its victims; FEMA shouldn't cherry-pick whom it helps. The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty is representing Harvest Family, Rockport First Assembly of God, and Hi-Way Tabernacle, the three Texas churches suing FEMA.
  • Colombian Guerrilla Fighters Ask Pope Francis for Forgiveness

    Colombian Guerrilla Fighters Ask Pope Francis for Forgiveness

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    Amid lush greenery and tropical humidity, Pope Francis touched down in Villavicencio on Friday, bringing his message of peace to one of the most notorious sites of guerrilla warfare in Colombia for the past 50 years. John Paul II in 1986. "This is a way of showing what Bojaya was and is, and that there is hope for a land of peace, harmony, coexistence and reconciliation", he said.
  • Two police officers among six injured in Kashmir violence

    Two police officers among six injured in Kashmir violence

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    Rohingya Muslims in Burma are now being slaughtered like animals by the Burmese Armed Forces, and are trying to flee wherever they can, fighting for their lives. The former political prisoner has repeatedly come under criticism for her lack of action to help the Rohingya, a stark contrast to her previous image as a champion of human rights.