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  • WVU set to race at NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regionals

    WVU set to race at NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regionals

    Florida State, the host for the third time in the last five years, is among those teams contending. He crossed the line in 13th-place with a time of 31:12.80. "The men ran a great team race with our top five finishing within seventeen seconds, that's outstanding", said Drosky. Freshmen Arion Span ran a spirited race as she placed 138th overall with a personal best time of 23.00 running the 6K distance.

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  • D.C. voters overwhelmingly seek to become 51st state

    D.C. voters overwhelmingly seek to become 51st state

    The city's mayor, Muriel Bowser, was scheduled to speak on statehood Wednesday morning. Bowser said her first concern surrounds costs the District might incur if Congress repeals Obama's Affordable Care Act. She said she didn't hold out hope that it would happen soon, but that it was an important issue. "We pause tonight to celebrate this remarkable milestone in the District's decades-long fight for fundamental fairness".

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  • Trump wins as exit poll preliminary data shows economy key

    Polling has closed in Georgia, Virginia, Ohio as well as South and North Carolina, besides the aforementioned four states. Kentucky is the nation's third largest coal producer, and Trump's anger on the campaign trail matched the attitudes of many in the state's economically depressed regions who were looking for something different.

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  • Absentee ballot return deadline set

    Absentee ballot return deadline set

    Applications for vote by mail ballots can be picked up in person at the County Clerk's office or can be downloaded and printed from the County Clerk's website at www.montgomeryco.com/countyclerk . "This will help them to see if they're registered to vote before election day". "But we want to have those ballots flattened and ready to scan". As of Monday, almost 208,600 absentee ballots had been issued statewide, and more than 150,000 of them already had been returned.

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  • Here's what happens when Obama gives up his Twitter account

    Students dressed as zombies danced to the horror spoof as Obama, "dressed up" as the president of the United States, and Michelle Obama looked on and tried to follow. It's going to collect all of the @ POTUS tweets and put them under a Twitter handle, @POTUS44, therefore allowing either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump to claim the aforementioned @POTUS Twitter account - and the 11 million followers that come with it.

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  • American Red Cross offers Halloween safety recommendations

    For older children, EPD says they should carry a flashlight and cell phone, know their route, and set a time limit. The department said all children should be accompanied by adults, should never enter a stranger's home, and should wear brightly covered clothing while trick-or-treating.

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  • Pieces flew thousands of feet from Chicago plane on fire

    Pieces flew thousands of feet from Chicago plane on fire

    Emergency slides were deployed, and all 170 passengers and crew were evacuated in under two minutes. Ward said the aircraft stopped about 3,000 feet from the end of the runway. "This could have been absolutely devastating if it happened later", Sampey said. American Airlines spokesperson Leslie Scott stated Flight 383 was bound for Miami when it terminated takeoff because of an engine-related concern.

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  • Gingrich stands by heated interview with Megyn Kelly: Women are thanking me

    Gingrich stands by heated interview with Megyn Kelly: Women are thanking me

    Kelly's public profile has increased substantially during the 2016 presidential election, in which she has been seen as tougher on Republican candidate Donald Trump than some of her Fox News peers. I just want to hear you use the words, " Bill Clinton , sexual predator". "You're old enough to learn about the birds and the bees.and the consent", Colbert says in the video.

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  • Donald Trump Jr. helps push woman's disabled auto off street

    Donald Trump Jr. helps push woman's disabled auto off street

    A video posted to the Facebook page of a top Maricopa County Republican showed Donald Trump Jr. and others pushing a vehicle down a road in Mesa, Arizona. "She was taken aback", Bowyer said. "I've been around a lot of politicians". "It was just him being in the right place at the right time", she added.

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  • Man stops for burger but not for officers

    Man stops for burger but not for officers

    The Fox 10 News team that was following the chase said that Adkins never actually picked up his order and just drove off empty handed. The police helicopter's lights showed Adkins was shirtless in shorts and a hat. Because what better time is there to order a Double-Double Animal Style with some fries on the side than when the law's hot on your tail? According to jail records, Adkins was arrested on suspicion of unlawful flight from law enforcement, aggravated assault-domestic violence ...

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  • What to know about the OR standoff verdicts

    Attorney Ethan Knight said in his closing statement , arguing that the group chose to take over a federal workplace that didn't belong to them. The defendants also were acquitted of illegal possession of firearms in a federal facility and theft of government property, except in the case of Ryan Bundy, for whom jurors were deadlocked on the charge of theft.

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  • Police fire pepper spray, bean bags as they oust protesters

    Armored vehicles and police are heading in, according to Bismarck Tribune reporter Caroline Grueskin, who reports one protester has told her he is ready to die for the cause. Outside the Marathon County Courthouse, protesters held signs and were upset because 4 Marathon County deputies are now helping law enforcement in Morton County, North Dakota where the large protests are taking place.

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  • West Virginia and Baylor trying to stay undefeated in Big 12

    The 10th-ranked Mountaineers (6-0, 3-0 Big 12 ) will be tested again Saturday. Plus, the remaining schedule shows both Oklahoma (Nov. 19) and Baylor (Dec. The Skinny: West Virginia said farewell to their two top scorers in Paige and Williams and must replace the solid rebounding of Williams and Holton in order to return to the NCAA Tournament for the eighth time in Huggins' 10 seasons.

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  • Orange Earnings Buoyed by Spain, Africa

    Orange Spain continued as the parent group's best performing unit in the third quarter, reporting revenues up 7.8 percent on a comparable basis to Euro 1.29 billion in the three months to 30 September following increases of 6.2 percent and 1.8 percent in the previous two quarters.

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  • Paducah Police Drug 'Take Back'

    The Kentucky State Police (KSP) are partnering with the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) in a program called "Take Back", which is meant to remove potentially risky controlled substances from home medicine cabinets. Collection sites can be found on the DEA's website . Authorities say once-common methods of eliminating unused medicines - such as flushing them down the toilet or throwing them in the trash - can pose safety and health hazards.

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  • 'Killer clowns' craze set to worsen before Halloween, police warn

    'Killer clowns' craze set to worsen before Halloween, police warn

    In another incident on Sunday, Kurtis Mulvaney told the Manchester Evening News that he was driving through Cheetham Hill, Manchester, when he was approached by two people dressed in black and white clown masks and boiler suits. The weird trend is believed to have started in the United States and is thought to be influenced by Stephen King's horror classic, It. "We don't want to spoil the Halloween fun but we do want people to feel comfortable and safe", he said.

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  • Dead, 12 Injured in Shooting at Unpermitted West Adams Restaurant

    Police said Mowayne McKay, 33, and Diego Reid, 25, both of whom are Jamaican nationals, were taken into custody early Sunday. McKay and Reid are expected to be booked Monday on murder charges. Thomas Bojorquez said. "I said, 'No, ain't no smoke in there". About 50 people were in the restaurant when the shooting started. A motive for the shootings remained unclear.

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  • Trump wants to 'drain the swamp' with congressional term limits

    Trump wants to 'drain the swamp' with congressional term limits

    The five point plan even drew praise from noted #NeverTrump Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse, who said Trump's proposal was "making a serious ethics reform proposal here". "We all know they are lobbyists", Trump told the crowd. "They've been talking about that for years". Trump's ethics reform push comes on the heels of WikiLeaks publishing a series of emails from Clinton's campaign chairman , John Podesta, over the weekend, which revealed an internal debate among top Clinton aides ...

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  • National Football League decision on Vontaze Burfict coming today

    National Football League decision on Vontaze Burfict coming today

    Burfict hit Bennett away from the play with 11:22 remaining in the game when Patriots quarterback Tom Brady passed downfield to wide receiver Danny Amendola for a 17-yard gain. Foster argues that Bennett could have been seriously injured on the play, potentially ending his season. Burfict has been fined $204,329 since entering the league in 2012, not including three lost game checks for a total of $502,941 in base salary this season, according to ESPN.

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