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Shelby Taylor Wyse, bank accountant, allegedly texted boyfriend "go signal" in violent robbery in NW Harris County

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) – A bank employee accused of a woman's violent attack for $ 75,000 appeared to have text a "go signal" to launch the robbery, reveals court documents. Shelby Taylor Wyse was facing a judge on Wednesday after being arrested and imprisoned for second-degree felony allegations of robbery. The artist's office said she worked at Wallis State Bank …

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Hurricane Lane on collision course with Hawaii

Get breaking news and special reports. The news and stories that are important, delivered weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE Hawaii residents got stuck and forecasters warned of "life-threatening consequences" for the arrival of what could prove to be the strongest hurricane that hit the islands in a quarter-century rally. Hurricane Lane stretched between the lines between Category 4 and Category 5 as …

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Making medical school free will not increase the number of primary care physicians, data suggests: shot

National aggregated statistics indicate that almost half of the graduate students in 2017 paid more than 200,000 dollars in student debt. Cargo / Getty Images hide caption change caption Cargo / Getty Images National aggregated statistics indicate that nearly 201 percent of graduate students in 2017 paid more than 200,000 dollars in student debt. Cargo / Getty Images New York …

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Arkansas man who murdered toddlers in fury killing will be decades in jail

This undeaded file photo was released by Pulaski County Sheriff Office in Little Rock, Ark., Gary Eugene Holmes, sentenced by a jury on Wednesday, August 22, 2018, first-degree murder and terrorist threatening in December 2016, died by Acen King. (AP) An Arkansas man was convicted on Wednesday for 50 years in prison without the possibility of parole after killing a …

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"I'm leaving from my race. F — these people," White Professor writes online, sparking furs

A professor at Rutgers professor claims that his Facebook post that white people were meant to be "satirical". (Rutgers University) A white professor at Rutgers University in New Jersey violated school policy when he complained about other white people in a post on Facebook, according to reports. University says it prohibits discrimination and harassment and sentenced history Professor James Livingston, …

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Conservative CNN Pundit Suspended Among Revelations of Sexual Misconduct Claims from 2014

CNN has interrupted Conservative Pundit Paris Dennard among revelations that in 2014 he was fired from Arizona State University for making sexually pronounced comments and gestures against women. (Facebook) CNN has suspended Conservative Pundit Paris Dennard among revelations that he was fired from Arizona State University in 2014 for having made sexually pronounced comments and gestures against women. Dennard, according …

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Hawaii residents seek shelter as the hurricane approaches

HONOLULU – When the akuthem opened, the rain began pouring and cellphone warnings went out, the nearby hurricane started to feel real for residents in Hawaii. Hurricane Lane was expected to continue its northwestern trip to the islands on Thursday, which would make it the most powerful storm to hit Hawaii since Hurricane Iniki 1992. Those who lived in Hawaii …

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Trade War; Trumps latest round of China tariffs kick in

China had said that it would react immediately with 25% tariffs on as many American goods as chemical products and diesel. Both China and the United States have now introduced $ 50 billion worth of each other's goods in connection with the Trump Administration in an attempt to punish China for what it says is unfair trade practices, such as …

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