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  • Man who shot at George Zimmerman sentenced to 20 years

    Man who shot at George Zimmerman sentenced to 20 years

    Apperson will receive credit for serving 444 days in prison already. Judge Debra S. Nelson denied the defense's request to allow Apperson to post an appeal bond, finding he was a threat to public safety based on his actions. Zimmerman was acquitted of murder in that case. "I looked at my phone and I said, 'You've got to be kidding, '" she told The News. Apperson has been in jail since July 31, 2015.

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  • Pence has no plans to quit

    Pence has no plans to quit

    He showed strength". "As a husband and father , I was offended by the words and actions described by Donald Trump in the eleven-year-old video released yesterday". But Pence said Monday that Trump has expressed remorse for his controversial comments. A Des Moines Register poll conducted last week shows Trump with a lead in the state.

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  • Pence: I never considered leaving Trump ticket

    Pence: I never considered leaving Trump ticket

    The Associated Press, however, reported Friday night that despite Pence's staunch public defense of Trump , he was "beside himself" when he heard of the 2005 comments. "I have a lot of respect for the First Lady and the job that's she's done for the American people over the last seven and a half years, but I don't understand the basis of her claim", Pence replied.

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  • Boston police officers wounded in shooting remain critical

    Boston police officers wounded in shooting remain critical

    People who attended the vigil wore blue in honor of the police officers. Their conditions were not immediately available. Police search for a suspect after a police shooting in the East Boston neighborhood of Boston, Wednesday, Oct. "I can't thank them enough", Evans said. "The way he put it, he was trying to revolutionize the policing world", Diego said. The officers were wounded Wednesday night as they responded to a call about a man who was threatening his roommate with a knife.

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  • Judge dismisses Newtown families' lawsuit against gun maker

    Judge dismisses Newtown families' lawsuit against gun maker

    Sign up to our daily newsletter for up to date global news and features. The company is the maker of the rifle used in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. A Bushmaster rifle belonging to Sandy Hook Elementary school gunman Adam Lanza in Newtown, Connecticut is seen after its recovery at the school in this police evidence photo released by the state's attorney's office in November 2013.

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  • Shooting at LA restaurant leaves 3 dead, 12 wounded

    Thomas Bojorquez. Police say about 10 people are hurt after a shooting in southwestern Los Angeles . The two people being held were not identified. All of the 12 injured were taken to a hospital, and some were in critical condition on Saturday morning, Lopez said. Moments later, three men left the restaurant, only to return with guns.

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  • 'Historical' storm heading toward western Washington | National Weather Service

    'Historical' storm heading toward western Washington | National Weather Service

    By Friday morning, rainfall totals could reach 1 to 3 inches over the interior lowlands, 2 to 5 inches along the coast and Cascade Mountains, and 4 to 8 inches over the south facing slopes of the Olympic Mountains. And a weather service spokeswoman cautioned drivers on the morning commute Friday to be aware that built-up oil in the road pavement will be carried to the surface with the rain, making roads slick and slippery.

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  • Republicans no change on Trump

    Republicans no change on Trump

    Wednesday. Walden, heads the House GOP's campaign organization, said he expected a further decline in Trump's numbers, the person said. The tension between Trump and Clinton was palpable from the start of their 90-minute debate, the second time they have faced off in the presidential campaign.

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  • LA sheriff's sergeant killed answering burglary call

    LA sheriff's sergeant killed answering burglary call

    Lovell, a parolee and burglary suspect, was booked at the scene on suspicion of murder, and he was being held without bail, according to a sheriff's department news release. It was not immediately clear if Trenton knew Owen or what his motive might have been, a sheriff's department spokesman told the Daily News. The gunman, meanwhile, ran to the front of the building and jumped into Owen's patrol vehicle.

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  • Teen shot by Los Angeles officer was suicidal, police say

    Teen shot by Los Angeles officer was suicidal, police say

    They later released the full video of the shooting, citing the need to quell escalating protests and violence. He said releasing videos can compromise investigations in a number of ways, including tainting witness and officer memories. A farewell note from Perez to his family was also found, while family members confirmed to police that the teenager had a "prior history", Beck said.

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  • Pink Power run kicks off Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    Right before she learned she had cancer again the church's pastor, Bishop Stephen Thomas, preached a sermon about enjoying the journey. "Then they fall into the yearly cycle". "I was scared at first that she was going to shave her head", she said. "It's a great way to raise awareness of the impact of cancer", said Butler.

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  • Clowns spotted in Middlesex County towns, police say

    Last week in Reading, police said a 16-year-old boy was stabbed to death after someone in a clown mask may have provoked a confrontation . Suffolk Police investigated reports of a group of Clowns jumping in front of cars in Brentwood, and another spotted in North Babylon.

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  • Amber Alert for Raphael Bevineau and Yolanda Walker canceled

    Amber Alert for Raphael Bevineau and Yolanda Walker canceled

    Walker is described as 5-feet, 4-inches tall, brown hair and hazel eyes. Hammond police had received a report that a 20-year-old woman, Yolanda Walker, and 2-month-old son, Raphael Beniveau, were abducted at gunpoint from their home Sunday night by the child's noncustodial father, Ralph Bevineau.

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  • New Jersey homes destroyed in blast after gas smell report

    New Jersey homes destroyed in blast after gas smell report

    The two buildings flattened by the blast were multi-family homes, authorities said. Firefighters continue to pour water at the site of the blast on Tuesday, Oct. Firefighters remained on scene, checking for any remaining hot spots or other problems. Firefighters who responded to the scene minutes after residents reported a possible gas leak heard hissing sounds coming from one of the homes and quickly evacuated people, city officials said.

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  • All eight 'Harry Potter' movies heading back to theaters for limited engagement

    All eight 'Harry Potter' movies heading back to theaters for limited engagement

    All the Harry Potter films will be screened in IMAX 2D, which includes the first time Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone and Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets have been remastered and release into the IMAX format. Packages offered and pricing may vary by theatre. Information about the event, including theater locations, and tickets are available at the IMAX website.

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  • Supreme Court Will Not Re-hear Immigration Case

    Supreme Court Will Not Re-hear Immigration Case

    The Supreme Court will not reconsider President Barack Obama's plan to shield undocumented immigrants from deportation and denied the Washington Redskins' bid to get its trademark case on this term's docket. "The State of Texas' position has been validated by the U.S. Supreme Court today as they denied the Obama administration's petition to rehear the immigration case", Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said in response.

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