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The Steelers (12-3) wrapped up the AFC North for the second straight season and third time in the last four years a few weeks ago. The biggest decision, which coach Mike Tomlin said would be a topic of discussion this week, is whether to sit some of his key players against the Browns .
  • Driver suspected of shooting at police flips SUV on I-95

    Driver suspected of shooting at police flips SUV on I-95

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    A short time later, the SUV suddenly stopped in the center lane at mile marker 138, leaned out of the window and fired several rounds at the trooper. The trooper then slammed on the brakes and was hit by a driver, who was rear-ended by another driver, WTVR reported .
  • Local mom voices concern over unclear future of children's health insurance program

    Local mom voices concern over unclear future of children's health insurance program

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    It provides insurance coverage for 84,000 children up to age 19. Senate Republicans are working on two bills to help curb the rising plan costs and ensure future funding of Obamacare. "Maybe those families they have a little more money than will allow them to qualify for Wyoming Medicaid ", said Deti, "but they may have trouble affording private insurance for their children".
  • DeAndre Hopkins to miss first game of career

    DeAndre Hopkins to miss first game of career

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    DeAndre Hopkins' streak of 79 consecutive games will likely come to an end this weekend. Hopkins also missed Wednesday's walk-through. Hopkins will finish the year with 96 catches, 1,378 yards and a career-high 13 touchdowns. Hopkins accomplished this playing with three different starting quarterbacks and a cavalcade of complementary receivers who bounced in and out of the Texans lineup.
  • First Responder Network Authority

    First Responder Network Authority

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    Cuomo today announced that NY will join the FirstNet First Responder Network - a nationwide, high speed, wireless broadband network that was created exclusively for first responders and the public safety community. "First responders will never be unable to access the network ever again". Roger Wicker publicly rebuked federal telecommunications officials at a hearing for abandoning their investment in a broadband project in the state.
  • Neighbors: teen accused in Reston slayings mowed swastika in grass

    Neighbors: teen accused in Reston slayings mowed swastika in grass

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    With that, the neighbors didn't phone the police, but it's a decision that some of them now regret. A Lorton teen who has been charged with the December 22 murder of a couple in Reston may have acted in response to their efforts to get their daughter to break up with him over his alleged white supremacist beliefs, according to a Washington Post report .
  • MSU students die in Kansas crash the morning after Christmas, troopers say

    MSU students die in Kansas crash the morning after Christmas, troopers say

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    The Dodge fell about 25 feet. Two semi drivers were killed when their vehicles collided in Greenwood County early Thursday morning. According to the Kansas Highway Patrol report, Lisa A. They were not wearing seat belts, according to the KHP. According to Trooper Ben Gardner, the westbound lanes of the highway were affected as emergency crews worked the crash.
  • AG sues EPA to protect RI from out of state air pollution

    AG sues EPA to protect RI from out of state air pollution

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    Schneiderman said the EPA's own studies demonstrate that pollution from states upwind of NY contributes substantially to the state's harmful levels of smog. The downwinders argued that the Appalachian and Rust Belt states were enjoying the profits of producing cheap energy with lax pollution controls, while their northeastern counterparts were being made to suffer the consequences.
  • Another Blast of Arctic Air Will Arrive For The New Year

    Another Blast of Arctic Air Will Arrive For The New Year

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    The south winds will be associated with a weak weather system that will cross the area. That addition of some extra sunshine will help give temperatures a better chance of breaking into the teens. Wind chills will remain below zero through the day. Any little breeze could push the wind chill below zero - that's when I start calling it "dangerous" cold given the threat of frostbite and hypothermia.
  • Cops run into burning vehicle to rescue teens

    Cops run into burning vehicle to rescue teens

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    We knew that we had to get those kids out because of the fire. But the two "Nicks", both only 23-years-old, say that it's not about the recognition and that officers across America are out there doing their jobs, just like they were. A third teen who was in the burning vehicle had been able to escape on his own. The teens were taken to the hospital and treated for their injuries, but told the officers they couldn't remember any details of the crash.
  • Mother, 2 children killed in Christmas Day shooting

    Mother, 2 children killed in Christmas Day shooting

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    At around 7:30pm they also shut off power before going into the apartment while fending off gunfire from the suspect. Anthony Ross with wife, Iris Ross and their son, Nigel .Pictured, Phoenix , Arizona man, Anthony Milan Ross .Pictured the Phoenix , Highland Apartment complex where Anthony Milan Ross barricaded himself and killed his two children after his estranged wife's body was found in the parking lot.Pictured, Anthony Milan Ross who had been the subject of a news ...
  • Winter storm to bring significant snow

    Winter storm to bring significant snow

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    Friday, the National Weather Service said Thursday morning. This watch will be upgraded to either a Winter Storm Warning or Winter Weather Advisory by Thursday morning. Several waves of Pacific moisture will enhance snowfall Thursday through Saturday. Highs Thursday in the 20s to lower 30s. Warm moist sub-tropical moisture overrunning colder dense Arctic air over Montana is conducive for heavy snow.
  • Lighting Up Your New Year's Eve: Fireworks Regulations

    Lighting Up Your New Year's Eve: Fireworks Regulations

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    Have a safe and spectacular New Year and keep in mind to #CelebrateSafely! "It's a whole new experience when you see them in the winter versus summer", said Reuter. As we get closer to ringing in the new year, people are scrambling to figure out where to watch fireworks in the Tampa Bay area. It is also unlawful for anyone in the City of Murfreesboro to sell, use, or possess any mortar firework with a single tube, if that tube has been preloaded with a shell and the tube or shell has a ...
  • Griffin Asset Management Inc. Purchases New Position in Charles Schwab Corp (SCHW)

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    With 6.03M shares average volume, it will take short sellers 4 days to cover their SCHW's short positions. The Charles Schwab Corporation (NYSE:SCHW) has risen 32.11% since December 27, 2016 and is uptrending. Shares of Charles Schwab Corp (NYSE:SCHW) traded down $0.21 on Wednesday, hitting $51.87. Therefore 71% are positive. Investment analysts at SunTrust Banks lifted their Q3 2018 earnings per share estimates for shares of Charles Schwab in a research report issued on Thursday, according ...
  • What Do Analysts Say About Oasis Petroleum Inc. (OAS)

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    About 62,032 shares traded. Equinix, Inc. (NASDAQ:EQIX) has risen 24.40% since December 26, 2016 and is uptrending. It has outperformed by 4.78% the S&P500. Stifel Nicolaus reaffirmed a "hold" rating and issued a $10.00 target price (down previously from $10.50) on shares of Oasis Petroleum in a research note on Monday, September 25th.
  • Chess champion chooses to lose a title over covering herself up

    Chess champion chooses to lose a title over covering herself up

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    On December 26, Saudi Arabia hosted a world chess tournament for the first time in almost two decades after clerics issued a diktat against playing board games. " I am ready to stand for my principles and skip the event, where in five days I was expected to earn more than I do in a dozen of events combined ", she wrote, a reference to the record $2 million in prize money offered at the tournament.
  • Tuesday night's fireball was likely a meteor, experts say

    Tuesday night's fireball was likely a meteor, experts say

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    The delayed sound associated with fireballs is like a thunder or boom sound and is the result of a sonic boom or air dust caused by the fireball as it penetrates the lower atmosphere, Hankey said. EST. A webcam at the Mount Agamenticus Conservation Region in York, Maine, captured clear footage of the meteor streaking across the sky. The pieces that survive the fiery fall to Earth are called meteorites.
  • Boxing Day warning for snow and heavy rain across Wales

    Boxing Day warning for snow and heavy rain across Wales

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    It follows a very mild but mostly cloudy Christmas Day, apart from some sunshine in the south west. Wet weather hit the far North West of England and Scotland yesterday, with up to two inches of rainfall in Cumbria, the equivalent to one third of the normal amount for December.
  • Pak violates ceasefire along LoC in Poonch, no causality reported

    Pak violates ceasefire along LoC in Poonch, no causality reported

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    According to reports, there was no damage on the Indian side. Though mortar shells were falling ahead of the barbed wire fence, people in Khari Karmara villages were staying indoors for safety, locals said. The ceasefire violation by Pakistan comes almost after 36 hours after the Indian Army killed three Pakistani soldiers in a cross-LoC strike on Monday evening in retaliation to the ceasefire violation by Pakistan along the LoC on Saturday.
  • Saudi Airstrike Hits Central Yemen Market, Killing Dozens

    Saudi Airstrike Hits Central Yemen Market, Killing Dozens

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    Citing initial reports from the United Nations human rights office, a statement by McGoldrick said air strikes hit a crowded market in Al Hayma sub-district of Attazziah in Taiz governorate on Tuesday, killing 54 and injuring 32. He said civilians "are being punished as part of a futile military campaign by both sides". To the west, on the Red Sea coast, Saudi-led air strikes killed 22 Houthis south of the key rebel-held port of Hodeida, military and medical sources said.