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Kirksville's Emma Bushnell has decided to continue her cross country career in college, signing to run at Central Methodist University on Thursday. Bushnell had visited the Fayette campus before, enjoying the beautiful scenery. So when the program contacted her about running there, she felt it would be a good fit.  "I saw it a couple years ago and the campus was really pretty," Bushnell said. "Then they reached out to me to run there and that was really cool. [Read More]
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The Bronx mom who allegedly slit her children's throats — before turning herself in to cops covered in their blood — previously had one of those kids taken away by the city only to have custody restored, The Post has learned. Shanice Martin, 24, allegedly used a razor slice the necks of her 2-year-old daughter... [Read More]
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The proposal, published on Friday, would prohibit families with at least one undocumented immigrant from obtaining public housing benefits. [Read More]
Gordon H. Chang's "Ghosts of Gold Mountain" recalls the contribution 19th-century Chinese immigrants made to the American economy. [Read More]
The chief executive of the lingerie brand's parent company said that it "must evolve and change to grow." The annual special has aired on network TV since 2001. [Read More]
In "People, Power, and Profits" Joseph E. Stiglitz argues that more state involvement in the economy is part of the solution, not part of the problem. [Read More]
We will have a few isolated showers early this evening mainly south of downtown Denver.  It'll be another chilly night with temperatures in the 30s overnight. Your Saturday will start off with sunshine followed by afternoon clouds and milder readings across metro Denver in the low to mid 60s.  I can't rule out an isolated shower, but again the best chance would be south of the city. Mother's Day is looking fantastic with plenty of sunshine across Denver and for... [Read More]
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The project is meant to study water mismanagement in the city and will include data collation and constant monitoring of ongoing water-related projects under different government departments by a 15-member project management unit. [Read More]
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Forest department officials said there was no shortage of water in the Aravallis, but the department would nevertheless continue to fill water pits in the forested areas of south Haryana beginning next week. [Read More]
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A statement issued by incumbent MP from Gurgaon and BJP's candidate Rao Inderjit Singh said followers of Dera Sacha Sauda, Satpal Maharaj and Saini Samaj have decided to support him in the polls. [Read More]
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According to the police, Akshay had told Mohit that he would be able to get him recruited as a loco-pilot technician in the Raiways and that the process would cost Rs7 lakh. [Read More]
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An NHAI order, issued on Friday, stated that the committee would assess the condition of the damaged area and suggest remedial measures. [Read More]
Conference Rooms 1A-C, hear from stroke experts, share your stroke story, and take advantage of free screenings. [Read More]
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The GMDA has decided to hold periodical meetings with various residents' welfare associations (RWAs) in the city to discuss how to resolve the so-called menace of the water mafia. [Read More]
Outpatient Rehabilitation and Wellness Center, 1802 Strong Ave., where John Cook, director of Rehab and Wellness at Greenwood Leflore Hospital, will present Diabetes and Exercise. [Read More]
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On April 28, a daily wager was arrested, after the girl had told her caretaker that her father had been molesting her for over a year. [Read More]
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Police said the girl told her mother that an "uncle" from their neighbourhood came to their rented room when she was at work and assaulted her. [Read More]
Actress Olivia Munn tweeted that she had invested in Uber in 2011 when it had just $1.8 million in net revenue. "To see how much it's grown has been truly remarkable," she wrote. But many people criticized Munn's tweet, particularly in the wake of the Uber drivers' strike. "We get it, you're rich," one person wrote. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Hollywood star Olivia Munn — famous for stints on "The Daily Show" and "The Newsroom," as well as movies like "X-Men: Apocalypse" and "Magic Mike" — made a savvy investment in Uber in... [Read More]
Cuando Shaquille O'Neal tenía 18 años y estaba por ir al baile de graduación, su padre buscó un par de mocasines de talla 18. [Read More]
The Tobin Bridge construction project could cause more headaches for commuters as the Massachusetts Department of Transportation announced Friday that one lane on the southbound... [Read More]
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