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A Louisiana police captain was killed and another officer was injured after a shootout

The police chase began after a driver refused to stop, witnesses told the affiliate. Captain Vincent "Vinny" Liberto Jr., 58, leaves behind a wife and seven children, many of whom are active law Mandeville Police Department enforcement officers and military members said. "Captain Liberto was a highly decorated and respected law enforcement officer, known throughout the county," the department said. …

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Thousands of abandoned medical records found in deceased Indiana doctor's abortion clinics

Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill called Dr. Ulrich Klopfer one of the "most notorious abortionists in Indiana history." The doctor had "a record of deplorable conditions and violations of regulatory controls placed at these clinics," said Hill. "He was really problematic in life and because it turns out to cause problems during his death." The remains found in his home …

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Michelle Carter denied parole but will get early release after conviction in boyfriend's suicide: report

[Editor’s note: This story discusses suicide. If you or someone you know is having thoughts of suicide, please contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).] A Massachusetts woman convicted in 2017 of involuntary manslaughter for encouraging her boyfriend to commit suicide will reportedly be released from prison early despite having been denied parole earlier this week, according to …

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Thousands of students gather at City Hall Plaza and participate in global youth strike for a Green New Deal

Thousands of young people converted at Boston City Hall Plaza to push for more aggressive measures against climate change, part of the "Global Climate Strike" originally inspired by Greta Thunberg, the 16-year-old Swedish activist who spoke on Friday in New York. More than 800 actions took place around the world in advance of a major UN climate summit, with people …

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Elizabeth Warren struggles for impeachment after Ukraine News "confirmed" Trump "believes he is above the law"

Then. Elizabeth Warren reiterated her request that President Trump be indicted, sparked by a growing controversy over a complaint about a still secret whistleblower from inside the US intelligence community. In a Twitter thread published Friday night, the Massachusetts Democrat and presidential candidate condemned congressional leadership to resist calls to launch a formal impeachment investigation. "After the Mueller Report, Congress …

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Three patients transported to hospital, not directly affected by vehicles that crashed inside the Woodfield Mall

624 Schaumburg police and firefighters / ambulance personnel were dispatched to the Woodfield Mall today at 2:21 p.m., in response to several 911 calls reporting a vehicle entering the mall. The suspicious car, a black SUV-type vehicle, drove through the mall entrance near a northern entrance near Sears. The vehicle traveled through the mall's common area and came to a …

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The man dies after being shot by police outside Gainesville Hospital

A suspected gunman was shot by police outside a Gainesville hospital during an incident that sent the suspect and two officers to the hospital Friday afternoon, authorities said. The shooting took place at 5 pm. at Jesse Jewell Parkway, which is near Northeast Georgia Medical Center, Gainesville police said. Officer responded to a report of a gunman near Jesse Jewell …

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Four dead, others critically injured in tour bus accident near Bryce Canyon

(KUTV) – Four people are dead and many more injured after a tour bus crashed near Bryce Canyon National Park on Friday, according to the Garfield County Sheriff's Office. The latest crash information can be found here . The Utah Highway Patrol said that 12 to 15 of the victims have "very" critical injuries. The UHP also said the bus …

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1-pound baby known as "Fighting Finn" Hill is finally home after 113 days in the NICU at Orlando's Nemours Children's Hospital

"Fighting Finn" Hill is not a boxer, but he has an endless strength that would impress all heavyweight champions. Fighting Finn is about four months old and when he was born he weighed just under a pound. Preemie spent over 100 days in the NICU at Nemour Children's Hospital in Orlando – and after a long battle, he finally comes …

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History buff finds ships that sank in 1878 in Lake Michigan

DETROIT – A diver and maritime history have found two schooners that collided and sank in the cold depths of northern Lake Michigan more than 140 years ago. Bernie Hellstrom, Boyne City, Michigan, said he was looking for shipwrecks about ten years ago when a deep sound on his boat noted a major obstacle about 200 feet down on the …

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