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2 face capital murder charges in Jackson pawn shop shooting

2 face capital murder charges in Jackson pawn shop shooting

They each face three counts of capital murder and one count of armed robbery of a business upon extradition to Jackson from Junction City, Kansas, police said. Garcia is not unknown to the MS correctional system, having been to prison multiple times for offenses in Harrison County. Townsend, of Blue Springs, Missouri, and Garcia, of Biloxi, were being held Wednesday at the Geary County Detention Center. Read More

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Warm, chance of rain Sunday in Central Florida

Warm, chance of rain Sunday in Central Florida

Tomorrow (Monday): Cold air mass version 2.0 will be in place for Monday, though the sequel promises to be more temperate than last week. Thursday temperatures will range from the 40s in the morning to the 50s in the afternoon. With very low temperatures Sunday night into Monday, everything will freeze up and roads will become slick again for Monday morning. We will see a break from the rain in the afternoon. Read More

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New army, air force chiefs appointed

New army, air force chiefs appointed

General Rawat is an infantry officer and was commissioned into the Fifth Battalion of the Eleven Gorkha Rifles in December 1978. Air Marshal Birender Singh Dhanoa, is now Vice Chief of the Air Staff of the Indian Air Force. He commanded an Infantry battalion along the Line of Control (LoC) in Eastern sector, at Rashtriya Rifles sector and Infantry Division in the Disputed Kashmir. Read More

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Donald Trump's Pick for National Security Adviser

Donald Trump's Pick for National Security Adviser "Inappropriately" Shared Classified Info

The documents, obtained by the Post under the Freedom of Information Act , do not describe what Flynn shared or with whom while he was the top military intelligence officer in Afghanistan. No action was taken against Flynn. Flynn defended his actions and said he did nothing wrong: "That was substantiated because I actually did it". But I did it with the right permissions when you dig into the investigation. Read More

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Cold freezes out Salvation Army bell ringers this weekend

They included a check from Foothills Community Foundation and a person's donation $46.90, all counted out in coins. ST. CLAIR SHORES - For the fourth year in a row, Christmas is a golden time of year for the Salvation Army in St. Carol Szarenski woke up Friday morning with a strong feeling of goal and eagerness to get to work at the Salvation Army's Angel Tree distribution day. Read More

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Here Are North America's Worst (and Best) Airports of 2016

Among a group of 33 mid-sized airports, Indianapolis had the highest rated airport with Cleveland-Hopkins coming in last place in customer satisfaction. TIA has placed second again behind Portland International Airport but TIA improved its score this year by 11 points. If you are among the patrons flying in or out of the Buffalo Niagara International Airport patrons who appreciate its convenience, schedules and pricing, a major marketing information services company agrees. Read More

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Winter storm bringing heavy snow, bitter cold to Minnesota

Winter storm bringing heavy snow, bitter cold to Minnesota

Saturday to 1 a.m. Sunday morning, when rain is expected to move back into the area. Snow accumulations of one to three inches are expected before the snow becomes mixed with sleet and freezing rain Friday evening. Chance of snow precipitation is 80%. As high pressure takes over, winds will lighten through Friday afternoon-but we remain cold. Despite the cold start (in the 'teens) warm air will surge in through the morning on Saturday on a southerly wind. Read More

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1st US offshore wind farm opens off Rhode Island's coast

Meanwhile, Deepwater is now gearing up to build the proposed 1-GW Deepwater 1 wind farm in federal waters off Rhode Island and MA. It announced Monday that the wind farm has begun producing energy for the grid. "We're more confident than ever that this is just the start of a new USA renewable energy industry that will put thousands of Americans to work and power communities up and down the East Coast for decades to come". Read More

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Church gunman Dylann Roof laughed after confessing to Federal Bureau of Investigation

Church gunman Dylann Roof laughed after confessing to Federal Bureau of Investigation

The video is blurry, making it hard to see Roof's facial expressions. During the recording, Roof laughed several times as he recalled the killing, explaining that he used a Glock 45 that he had bought himself. Roof, as he has for much of the trial , hardly looked up as the confession played, mostly just shuffling papers in front of him. OLGIN: In a white shirt and black trousers, Roof told agents exactly where he bought the Glock.45 he used in the shooting rampage and his method for ... Read More

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FAU pursuing Lane Kiffin to coach

It will be the first head coaching job for the 38-year-old Applewhite. So what now for Kiffin? USA Today reports that the University of Houston has decided on Alabama Offensive Coordinator Lane Kiffin as its next head football coach, pending a Thursday meeting at the university. Read More

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Cold & Snowy Weather Expected to Continue

Cold & Snowy Weather Expected to Continue

We'll get back to precipitation chances next week and whether there might be some potential for ice and/or snow with those. Saturday will also see chilly temperatures in the mid-20s, but it shouldn't be as windy, Erickson said. The weekend will bring a slow warming trend as we return to 60 degrees by Sunday . Temperatures will struggle on Friday to get out of the 40s. Read More

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Rogue electors won't stop last-ditch Electoral College fight

Rogue electors won't stop last-ditch Electoral College fight

However, the only way to keep Trump from becoming the next President of the United States is to persuade 38 plus Republican electors to vote along with 232 Democratic ones for a presidential candidate that wasn't even on the ballot. Trump won Texas and electors should follow the will of their state, but at least one Texan isn't. Megaphone Strategies says that electors have reached out to their counterparts for advice on which Republican they would prefer. Read More

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Jury picked in Dylann Roof-church slayings trial

Jury picked in Dylann Roof-church slayings trial

Following attorney David Bruck's opening statement for the defense-wherein the lawyer admitted Roof "is the person who did this"-prosecutors called Felicia Sanders, a survivor of the attack". "More than 60 times he hit parishioners", Assistant U.S. Attorney Jay Richardson told jurors during his opening statement. Another prayed, and Richardson said Roof told her to "shut up", and said he kept her alive to be a witness to what happened. Read More

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How to watch Army-Navy on CBS

How to watch Army-Navy on CBS

Both schools will be playing in bowl games later this month. Kickoff between the Midshipmen and Black Knights at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore is set for 3 p.m. "Obviously, you'd like some time in-between". The sophomore also completed 7 of 13 passes for 104 yards with two interceptions, the first of which resulted from a wildly errant throw intended for senior wide receiver Jamir Tillman. Read More

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Trump the campaign trail showman returns on 'Thank you' tour

Trump the campaign trail showman returns on 'Thank you' tour

Relying on prepared remarks and a teleprompter to map out a broad agenda that includes tax reform, repealing and replacing Obamacare, and immigration reform, Trump also veered from his script. "There was actually good chemistry", Trump said on Fox. He reminisced, "We did have a lot of fun fighting Hillary, didn't we?" to chants of "lock her up" while criticising conservative critics. Read More

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Trump Says He 'Had a Lot of Fun Fighting' Hillary Clinton

Trump Says He 'Had a Lot of Fun Fighting' Hillary Clinton

Trump also went on an extended rant against the press. The president-elect also cast blame for terrorist attacks on the admission of refugees into the United States. U.S. President-elect Donald Trump was set to interview more candidates for top jobs in his administration on Friday and said he expected to have most members of his Cabinet announced next week. Read More

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