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At that point roughly 40 people had been evacuated to James Lick High School and residents are being told to shelter there until they can arrange more permanent accommodations, Vossbrink said. A second flood warning was issued for all areas downstream of Anderson Dam after 11 p.m. Monday, around the same time the height of Coyote Creek in South San Jose surged into flood stage.
  • Officer Killed, Another Wounded in Shootout With Armed Driver

    Officer Killed, Another Wounded in Shootout With Armed Driver

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    Police later found out that the vehicle the man was driving had been reported stolen. The shooting happened around 8 a.m., police officer John Scoggins told the Whittier Daily News . The two police officers and the suspect were all initially transported to local hospitals in unknown conditions, the release stated. One of those officers was pronounced dead at the hospital, authorities said.
  • Thousands protest Donald Trump's United Kingdom visit

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    Conservative MP Simon Burns argued that the visit should go ahead - whatever people think of Trump - because of the close links between the United States and the UK. Bush and Barack Obama - have been invited for state visits since the 1950s. "HM Government believes the President of the United States should be extended the full courtesy of a State Visit".
  • Benefit set for families of 2 slain IN teenage girls

    Benefit set for families of 2 slain IN teenage girls

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    Police sergeant Tony Slocum told the Associated Press that "the totality of the evidence" led them to believe the man was their main suspect, having previously identified him as a person of interest in the case. Delphi has a population around 3000 people, and it seemed like every single resident came to the high school Saturday evening - first for the visitation and then a lantern launching after dark.
  • Record warmth expected to continue

    Record warmth expected to continue

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    Sunday's unseasonably high temperatures are likely to be record-breaking in Greater Boston and will lead to aweek of "well-above normal temperatures", according to the National Weather Service in Taunton. Temperatures are expected to drop early in the week, with highs on Monday and Tuesday in the 50s - still milder than typical February weather. Winds could gust as high as 25 miles per hour.
  • Senate confirms EPA nominee Scott Pruitt despite a renewed court battle

    Senate confirms EPA nominee Scott Pruitt despite a renewed court battle

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    A 2014 New York Times investigation already established that Pruitt often did favors for the oil and gas industry, particularly for major donors to the Republican Attorneys General Association. EPA employees have organized to try to block Pruitt, with current staffers protesting at a rally in Chicago, almost 800 former employees signing a letter arguing against his confirmation and the union representing agency employees launching an online campaign to " Save the EPA ".
  • Chicago Officer Faces 1st-Degree Murder Charge In Death Of Mpls. Man

    Chicago Officer Faces 1st-Degree Murder Charge In Death Of Mpls. Man

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    Earlier this month, Robertson was taking a Megabus from Memphis, Tennessee, to Minneapolis when an altercation between him and the officers occurred during a one-hour layover in Chicago, the suit alleges. Bond was set at $250,000 on Friday for the officer, LaRoyce Tankson, report DNA Info and the Chicago Sun-Times. In addition, a federal lawsuit has been filed on Robertson's behalf against the officer and transit agency.
  • 'A Day Without Immigrants' protests close some NYC restaurants, stores

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    It comes in response to President Donald Trump, whose administration has pledged to increase the deportation of immigrants living in the country illegally. Central. They're part of who we are. "We might lose a day of work but we will win so much more". "Our restaurant, our city-our very nation was built by hardworking immigrants".
  • Cummings Disputes Trump Claim He Backed Off From White House Meeting

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    Ryan said on MSNBC that she would be happy to cover such a meeting between Trump and the CBC as a reporter. Ryan is black. "Are they friends of yours?" Cummings had been set to meet with Trump regarding the price of prescription drugs, an issue the Democrat has repeatedly said he believes he can work with Trump on.
  • Puzder to Back Out of Labor Secretary Nomination

    Puzder to Back Out of Labor Secretary Nomination

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    Puzder has also argued that a higher minimum wage would encourage employers to replace human employees with automated technology. After more than a decade in public service, Acosta has beens serving as the dean of the Florida International University Law School.
  • Drug catapult, 47 pounds of marijuana found at US-Mexico border

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    The device appeared to be constructed of square tubing and a heavy spring welded together, with rope tied around parts of it. "Also, it was detected that the unit has a cut in the back of the helmet that allows to place the metallic tube for the launching of projectiles, possibly used from the border of the border strip of Mexico towards the United States".
  • Trump ICE Agents Arrest DACA Dreamer

    Trump ICE Agents Arrest DACA Dreamer

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    Known as the "dreamers", they are 750,000 non-American youths to have obtained temporary protection against deportation under Barack Obama's DACA, implemented in 2012. Ramirez had recently moved to Washington from California, where he had attended school, and he has a 3-year-old son, who is a USA citizen. Mark Rosenbaum, one of Mr Ramirez's lawyers, said he "unequivocally denies being in a gang".
  • Ailing Toshiba looks to book ¥500 billion April-December loss

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    Toshiba will still consider participating in the Moorside project to build three new nuclear reactors near Sellafield in Cumbria , the Japanese technology giant has revealed. nuclear construction company. Toshiba said it would meet its "social responsibilities" in Japan by assisting with the restart of idled nuclear power plants, maintenance operations and reactor decommissioning.
  • KKK leader's wife, stepson charged with his murder

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    Officials first learned of the 51-year-old's disappearance on Friday , a day after a United States Federal Forest Service employee discovered Ancona's vehicle on Federal Forest Service Property, Jacobsen said in a Facebook post . Ancona went missing Friday. "He kept saying he needed a break, so that's what I thought he was doing originally, was taking a break", she said. "We processed the scene and the body was transported by the Washington County Coroner's office for an autopsy to ...
  • Coward: DeVos Runs From Protesters at DC School

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    In addition to DeVos, Republicans hope to confirm a series of other divisive nominees this week: Alabama Republican Sen. Two Republicans, Susan Collins of ME and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, joined Democrats in a marathon effort to derail the nomination of the wealthy Republican donor.
  • Suspect in Reagan Tokes case charged with rape

    Suspect in Reagan Tokes case charged with rape

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    Brian L. Goldsby has been arrested and charged with Aggravated Murder, Aggravated Kidnapping and Aggravated Robbery. Tokes was a student at Ohio State University and was completing her fourth year in a psychology major. Police believe Golsby and Reagan Tokes crossed paths shortly after she left work at Bodega Cafe, a restaurant in the Short North. Arraignment is scheduled for Monday at 9 a.m.
  • Trump Adviser Stephen Miller Mum On Trump Confidence In Mike Flynn

    Trump Adviser Stephen Miller Mum On Trump Confidence In Mike Flynn

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    At issue is whether Flynn discussed USA sanctions in calls with Russia's ambassador while President Barack Obama was still in office. Stephanopoulos interrupted, saying, "I'm asking you as the White House senior policy adviser". It also suspended for 120 days the US refugee program to give the administration time to develop "extreme vetting" procedures. "Would you say, 'Well, I'm sorry".
  • Boys become kings, girls queens at Tim Tebow prom experience

    Boys become kings, girls queens at Tim Tebow prom experience

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    Letting each and every honored guest know he or she is special was a central theme the night. "That's why we're here, to share love with everybody", Ellis said. "A lot of people that will be here tonight, don't have the opportunity to do this kind of event". "I think it's awesome". Friday night's event in Corvallis was also sponsored by more than 22 organizations from around the Mid-Valley, almost doubling the participation from the first event previous year.
  • Lawmaker introduces bill to repeal HB2

    Lawmaker introduces bill to repeal HB2

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    The comprehensive legislation was introduced by Representatives Pricey Harrison, Deb Butler, Kelly Alexander, Susan Fisher and Senators Terry Van Duyn, Mike Woodard, and Jay Chaudhuri. The state has been struggling with House Bill 2 for nearly a year, when lawmakers swiftly passed it in a one-day emergency session to head off a Charlotte ordinance that would have required businesses to allow transgender individuals to use the bathroom of their choice.
  • Power cuts, airport chaos as storm hits northeast US

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    The biggest storm to hit the Northeast this winter dropped a foot or more of snow along the New York-to-Boston corridor Thursday, turning roads treacherous, grounding flights and giving millions of people weather whiplash a day after temperatures soared into the 50s and 60s.
  • Yikes: Border Wall Just Got A Lot More Expensive

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    A U.S. Department of Homeland Security internal report estimated that the border wall will cost as much as $21.6 billion, Reuters reported this week. Reuters quoted a source within DHS saying that the Trump administration would likely need to seize hundreds of miles of the privately-owned borderland from USA citizens under eminent domain in order to embark on the final phase.
  • Emergency spillway use likely at Oroville Dam in California

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    Earlier this week, chunks of concrete flew off the almost mile-long spillway, creating a 200-foot-long, 30-foot-deep hole. Throughout the week, they have attempted to stem the rising reservoir levels by releasing test flows of 20,000 to 65,000 cubic feet per second.
  • Republican college group apologizes over Hitler Valentine card

    Republican college group apologizes over Hitler Valentine card

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    On Wednesday, a student at the public college in Mount Pleasant posted a photo to Facebook of the card she received at a College Republicans Valentine's Day party. Before it was reported that the responsible party was not a student, the global human rights organization with a mission of preserving the memory of the Holocaust issued a news release Friday, Feb.
  • Gov. Walker promotes education budget ideas at Fox Valley Tech

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    Walker's executive budget calls for adding 16.25 positions to the program. "We'll have to see if that's real". "I mean that's good growth", Fitzgerald said. "The state of our state is strong, and the state of our budget is outstanding", says Governor Scott Walker as he began his 2017-2019 Budget Address in Madison, Wednesday.
  • Kellyanne Conway: 'Go buy Ivanka's stuff'; I'm giving a 'free commercial'

    Kellyanne Conway: 'Go buy Ivanka's stuff'; I'm giving a 'free commercial'

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    The incident followed Nordstrom's removal of Ivanka Trump's clothing line due to declining sales. Cummings pointed to the comments , writing to Chaffetz, R-Utah, "this appears to be a textbook violation of government ethics laws and regulations enacted to prevent the abuse of an employee's government position".
  • Spicer: No question that Trump 'respects the judicial branch'

    Spicer: No question that Trump 'respects the judicial branch'

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    Press secretary Sean Spicer mentioned an alleged "attack" in Atlanta on three different occasions, before a White House official corrected the record today saying he actually meant to say "Orlando." "Too many of these cases that have happened, whether you're talking about San Bernardino, Atlanta, they've happened, Boston", Spicer answered.
  • Trump Met With Top Airline Executives to Discuss Jobs, Infrastructure

    Trump Met With Top Airline Executives to Discuss Jobs, Infrastructure

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    The Partnership for Open & Fair Skies, which represents the big three USA carriers and several unions, issued a statement regarding President Trump's meeting with US airline CEOs. Trump called airlines systems "out of whack" and praised the assembled execs for succeeding "despite the bad equipment that the airport gives you, in many cases".
  • US Deports Undocumented Woman in US for 21 Years

    US Deports Undocumented Woman in US for 21 Years

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    Garcia de Rayos was caught in an immigration raid in 2008. "But this is a different time ". While protesters gathered in their ultimately failed attempts to prevent Rayos' deportation, Jacqueline issued a direct statement towards the president.