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A broken line of showers and storms will zip across the sky late Wednesday night and early Thursday . Mostly clear skies at night will allow for a chilly night. High pressure dominates, bringing dry conditions with partly to mostly sunny skies. Some sunshine, with temperatures in the mid-60s. As far as temperatures go, we are doing a complete 180 tomorrow afternoon! Record high minimums and record maximums could be broken as temperatures get to the 80s.
  • Trump goes all-in on Bill Clinton's infidelity

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    Both sides claimed victory in the debate. "I got it out, other than the transgressions of Bill", Trump said after the debate of the former president's alleged infidelities. A month ago, the same poll had Trump at 43 percent and Clinton at 45 percent. The Reuters/Ipsos poll is conducted every day in English in all 50 states.
  • Donald Trump takes victory lap after vice presidential debate

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    The Politico/Morning Consult poll found 22 percent of Republican voters would want to see Pence at the top of the ticket in four years, compared with 13 percent who said they would want to see Trump give it another go. Pence's toughened position on Russian Federation gave him an opening to declare that Clinton had been outfoxed when she attempted a USA reset in relations with Russian Federation when she was Obama's secretary of state from 2009 to 2013.
  • 1 killed, 8 wounded in gunfire at party in Michigan

    1 killed, 8 wounded in gunfire at party in Michigan

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    The condition of those injured and the identity of the person killed are still not clear. "We're now trying to figure out exactly what took place", said Grand Rapids Police Sergeant Terry Dixon. The shooter remains at large. The Grand Rapids Police Department said in a statement that the shooting occurred at 3:45 a.m. on Sunday, Oct. 9 near the 1800 Block of 28th St SE.
  • Vote to raise New Jersey gas tax by 23 cents rescheduled

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    The Senate voted 23-14 to approve the two-bill package; the Assembly followed with a 44-27 vote to approve the gas tax hike and a 45-17 vote to renew the Trust Fund. Christie and leaders call the new measure, which would boost the transportation trust fund from $1.6 billion to $2 billion a year, a compromise. The Legislature has approved New Jersey's first gas tax hike since 1988 and raise prices by 23 cents a gallon.
  • Ted Cruz says he will vote for Donald Trump

    Ted Cruz says he will vote for Donald Trump

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    Second, he chose to support Trump mainly because he wants to prevent Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton from winning the race. He said: "We fought the battle and he was a tough and brilliant opponent". However, that argument was a tough sell for numerous voters who backed his presidential bid, with a few saying his endorsement of Trump vindicated Cruz's sharpest critics-several of whom accused him of opportunism.
  • Former Baylor Title IX Coordinator Says She Was

    Former Baylor Title IX Coordinator Says She Was "Set Up To Fail"

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    Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights last week about the way Baylor is handling Title IX complaints. "Our understanding is that Patty was disappointed in her role in implementing the recommendations that resulted from the Pepper Hamilton investigation", the statement read.
  • Trump to join Ryan, Walker, Johnson at Saturday event

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    Inside sources contend that the Trump campaign initiated the conversation, Ryan then invited Trump to the event, and several prominent lawmakers then joined, reported Politico. Trump returned the favor by not endorsing Ryan during his primary race against a longshot challenger. "It's telling that it took until the second weekend of October for the state's leading Republicans to be dragged onto a stage in Wisconsin to been seen with the party's presidential nominee", said Scot Ross, ...
  • Reality Check: Donald Trump and the Central Park 5

    Reality Check: Donald Trump and the Central Park 5

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    Four black teenagers and one Latino teenager were charged and jailed on shaky evidence after confessing to the crime under intense questioning, and two weeks after the attack, Trump took out a full-page ad in four city newspapers advocating for the reinstatement of the death penalty.
  • Local clown threat a hoax

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    And Pix 11 reports that Nassau County Police are investigating a claim by a 14-year-old on Long Island who says he was approached by a clown wielding a kitchen knife. Parent Tammy Romero said this phenomenon is a good reminder that clowns aren't inherently scary, but that scary people can dress as clowns. Merrifield also says that after looking into it, the police department has not found any validity to the Chico threat.
  • Clown Mask-Wearing Men in 2 Oregon Cities Arrested

    Clown Mask-Wearing Men in 2 Oregon Cities Arrested

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    Twelve-year-old Madison Bogar , a student at Auburn Middle School , said she and her friends were terrified as they watched the masked man driving his van behind the bus. "Everybody was shaking, screaming", Madison, a seventh-grader, said. A granddad who chose to walk his grandchildren to school wearing a clown mask has been arrested for "clown violence".
  • Weather Authority Forecast for Wednesday, October 5

    Weather Authority Forecast for Wednesday, October 5

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    It will be very breezy today as well with winds from the northwest around 15-20 miles per hour. there could also be a few gusts higher than that. Highs today and Saturday in the 60s, Sunday in the 70s. For the coming weekend conditions look like they will be ideal. Northerly winds of 5-10 m.p.h, highs in the mid-60s. High temperatures near 60 are below normal for this time of year.
  • Daughter of Trump booster Giuliani is backing Clinton William Cummings, USA TODAY

    Daughter of Trump booster Giuliani is backing Clinton William Cummings, USA TODAY

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    She says her father knows about her support for the Democrat and "is fully comfortable with it and thinks I have a right to my opinion". "Repeat, this is NOT a joke", wrote another. He has also been a rival to Hillary Clinton , who is also a NY politician, for decades and few have more experience battling against her in the polls.
  • Assad offers rebels amnesty if they surrender Aleppo

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    Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has said that defeating the those groups is his top priority. The U.S. accused Russian Federation of orchestrating the airstrike on a United Nations humanitarian aid convoy last month that killed 20 people.
  • Why the Huskies will finally end The Streak this year

    Why the Huskies will finally end The Streak this year

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    While the Ducks , themselves, have yet to name their starter for Saturday, they are preparing the 6-foot-6, 225-pound true freshman for a potential push into action. Aaron Fuller complimented for three yards and a touchdown. UW's losing margin in this game wound up its second highest of the season, proof that despite tangible progress in Sarkisian's first year as coach , the Huskies still had a long way to go to catch the Ducks.
  • What Trump needs to do at the second debate on Sunday

    What Trump needs to do at the second debate on Sunday

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    At Tuesday night's televised debate, Democratic opponent Tim Kaine recalled Trump's June 2015 presidential campaign launch, at which the NY businessman accused Mexico of sending criminals to live in the United States, angering Mexicans and Mexican-Americans.
  • Trump campaign plans $140 million ad buy

    Trump campaign plans $140 million ad buy

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    Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will each take the debate stage on the campus for their highly-anticipated first face-off with something to prove to the voters who will soon decide the presidential election. On Thursday, the Trump campaign accepted the resignation of an OH volunteer, Mahoning County chair Kathy Miller, who told the Guardian newspaper, "I don't think there was any racism until Obama got elected".
  • A young generation loves Obama, cool to Clinton, Trump

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    President Barack Obama will attend a student forum at North Carolina A&T State University in Greensboro on October 11, with topics to include his nationwide initiative aimed at filling opportunity voids for minority youths and the role of black colleges, the White House said Tuesday.
  • Trump Says NH Town Hall 'Isn't Practice,' Rips 'Resting' Clinton

    Trump Says NH Town Hall 'Isn't Practice,' Rips 'Resting' Clinton

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    She's resting, she's resting. "My advice to Donald Trump is regardless of the attacks, and I think you will see vicious and outlandish attacks, ignore them and focus on the issues that Americans care about", Brandstad said. Trump, who prefers drawing big crowds to rallies, has done only sporadic town halls and has rarely been challenged by voters face to face, except when his rallies are interrupted by protesters.
  • Donald Trump Takes Advantage of a Republican Party Pitted Against Itself

    Donald Trump Takes Advantage of a Republican Party Pitted Against Itself

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    The next debate could give Trump an opportunity to reset the race and rebound from his performance in the first debate, said George Washington University's Matthew Dallek. Kaine called the Republican presidential nominee a danger to US national security and someone who denigrates women and minorities and appears to pay little in federal taxes.
  • Former Christie Aide: Governor Told Freeholder He Would 'F-king Destroy' Him

    Former Christie Aide: Governor Told Freeholder He Would 'F-king Destroy' Him

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    Renna testified about her once-warm relations with Kelly. "Who do you think you are, calling me 'a fat fuck?' I'm the fucking governor of this state!" The exchange between Christie and Curley came to light during testimony on the George Washington Bridge lane closure scandal where three local access lanes of the George Washington Bridge were reduced to one allegedly as punishment for Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich's failure to endorse Christie for re-election.
  • Baylor lifts lockdown after shooting, victim has died

    Baylor lifts lockdown after shooting, victim has died

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    Officers were looking for a gunman Thursday afternoon following a shooting in a South Waco neighborhood that sent a seriously injured man to a local hospital, where he later died. Baylor police are assisting in the search for the suspect. They do not believe it was a random shooting, and they do not think there is a threat to the community.
  • Officials to provide update on Minnesota mall stabbing probe

    Officials to provide update on Minnesota mall stabbing probe

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    Video footage released by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and tweeted out by a Minneapolis Star Tribune reporter showed Adan's final moments, the extremist crawling in a pool of blood - still armed with a knife - toward Officer Jason Falconer.
  • Maryland: guards, inmates accused of prison smuggling scheme

    Maryland: guards, inmates accused of prison smuggling scheme

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    Attorney's Office in Maryland. U.S. Attorney for Maryland Rod Rosenstein and other federal and state officials have scheduled a news conference later on Wednesday in Baltimore to discuss the indictments. Inmates were able to use contraband cell phones to pay officers directly using PayPal from within the prison. The prisons are also working to change the way inmates receive outside mail to crackdown on the illegal items being sent.
  • Hurricane Matthew closes in on Florida with 140 mph winds

    Hurricane Matthew closes in on Florida with 140 mph winds

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    Hurricane center spokesman Dennis Feltgen pleads not to focus on the center track and that risky Matthew could ram into Florida's side anywhere from Palm Beach County to Jacksonville, or stay closer to the eastern side of the cone and further out to sea.
  • Investigators analyze data recorder from NJ train crash

    Investigators analyze data recorder from NJ train crash

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    The National Transportation Safety Board said in a Twitter message that its investigators were analyzing event and video recorders recovered from the train. It was unclear when the recorders in the train were last inspected. Before officials from the NTSB could get the black box and front-facing video from the first train auto, they had to wait until the part of the Hoboken station structure which had fallen could be cleared and deemed safe.
  • Obama wants to make sure people take storm threat seriously

    Obama wants to make sure people take storm threat seriously

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    As we have seen with Hurricane Matthew , these models can change. It was on track to mow over the central and northwestern Bahamas, the NHC forecasts showed. "But a shift to the west would mean that the wind speed would be much more", Anyedi warned. "We urge residents in these areas to remain calm but vigilant as they prepare for potential impact", Deal said.
  • Ex-Baylor official: School undermined sex assault probes

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    He did say, however, in a desperate attempt to smear Crawford, spokesmen for Baylor detailed some of what took place in the mediation, and that, Rogge said, is a violation of state law. For example, a student who violates prohibitions on premarital sex, recreational drug use or underage drinking and subsequently is sexually assaulted can report the abuse without fear of losing a scholarship or being expelled.
  • Chris Leak Under Investigation For Sexual Assault Of A Teenager

    Chris Leak Under Investigation For Sexual Assault Of A Teenager

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    Former Florida Gators quarterback and wide receivers coach Chris Leak has resigned as the head coach at Orlando's Edgewater High. No charges have been filed as the investigation continues. Leak later called her, brought her some food and drove her home, the report said. She later told a friend and Leak gave the friend $100, according to the report.
  • SC governor orders evacuation ahead of hurricane

    SC governor orders evacuation ahead of hurricane

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    Also, to aid evacuation, the Interstate 26 corridor will become a one-way thoroughfare out of the Charleston area west toward Columbia, Greenville and Spartanburg. ET kickoff at Williams-Brice Stadium on the SEC Network. "As of now, I can't imagine that happening", Haley said of the game being played in Columbia.
  • Clinton, Trump in tight race in New Mexico

    Clinton, Trump in tight race in New Mexico

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    A new poll from the Albuquerque Journal , in fact, shows him getting 24 percent of the vote against Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, and he's within 11 points of the leader, Clinton. "I guess I wasn't meant to be President", Johnson said. Gary Johnson, let's talk about you. "Anywhere in the continents", Matthews said. But just below the surface, as we discussed last week, Johnson is failing to take advantage of the opportunity that's been handed to him.
  • Gary Johnson cuts into Trump's MI coalition

    Gary Johnson cuts into Trump's MI coalition

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    Trying to recover from a series of campaign gaffes, former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson this weekend is bringing his Libertarian presidential campaign to Arizona. "I guess I'm having an Aleppo moment ", Johnson said, trying to turn the moment into a bit of self-deprecating humor. Mr Johnson still couldn't name anyone.