• Lowell declares snow emergency parking ban
Lowell declares snow emergency parking ban

The Village of Machesney Park is declaring a snow emergency starting at 12:01 a.m. on Saturday, December 17, 2016 and ending at 11:00 a.m. on Sunday, December 18, 2016. The snow emergency prohibits parking of any vehicle on the public street or alley during this time. The City of St. Joseph has enacted Phase I of the Emergency snow ordinance.

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  • Snow Today & Extremely Cold Air This Weekend
Snow Today & Extremely Cold Air This Weekend

Moisture within these clouds will increase, leading to a bit of light rain and drizzle late tonight night into early tomorrow morning. The advisory, which also covers parts of southeastern Pennsylvania and northern New Jersey, calls for snow accumulations of up to 2 to 4 inches, with ice accumulations of less than a tenth of an inch.

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  • Thousands of toys collected through 22News Toys for Tots campaign
Thousands of toys collected through 22News Toys for Tots campaign

Members of the trade association are encouraged to bring unwrapped toys to the annual member party on Tuesday, Dec. 13 at CMA's new corporate offices, 35 Music Square E., Suite 201, Nashville. That means at least 15,000 toys must be collected in the next three days. "Sometimes the roads aren't so good. and the reindeer don't know the way, so we g...

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  • Manslaughter conviction in death of ex-NFL star Will Smith
Manslaughter conviction in death of ex-NFL star Will Smith

Hayes insisted that he only fired his gun because Will Smith was violent and drunk and he spotted the retired National Football League star grabbing a gun. "If anything else happens in your lifetime while you're in jail, just remember this is what you paid for, for two minutes of anger". - April 15: Hayes' lawyer calls for the New Orleans pol...

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  • Dylann Roof's confession and journal detail racist beliefs
Dylann Roof's confession and journal detail racist beliefs

On race: "I consider myself a white nationalist". Prosecutors also introduced Roof's handwritten journal as evidence. In the video, Roof tells agents he chose the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal church in part because it is the oldest black church in the South.

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  • Bomb threat forces Lufthansa emergency landing at JFK, 500 evacuated
Bomb threat forces Lufthansa emergency landing at JFK, 500 evacuated

He said the plane was set to be searched and airport operations have not been affected. By 9.45 p.m. authorities were checking the threat to the plane, the airport tweeted. Coleman said the 530 people onboard were in the process of leaving the aircraft and no injuries had been reported. The flight LH441 from Houston , Texas to Frankfurt was di...

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  • Unconfirmed Reports: Lane Kiffin to Houston
Unconfirmed Reports: Lane Kiffin to Houston

Former Texas coach Charlie Strong is emerging as the frontrunner for the South Florida job and was slated to discuss the post with school officials on Friday, according to multiple reports. "And I think those are signs of tremendous maturity as a coach who is not just committed to a system but is committed to doing the things that he has to do to h...

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  • Internet notices something odd about Donald Trump's Time cover
Internet notices something odd about Donald Trump's Time cover

The magazine also notes that it's continuing a recent trend by naming the president-elect Person of the Year: Barack Obama was given the title in 2012 and 2008, and George W. Time past year (2015) assured its readers that any extra features sported by its cover stars were not a statement of any sort, but rather a result of "the shape of the lett...

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  • John Glenn, astronaut and US Senator, dies at 95
John Glenn, astronaut and US Senator, dies at 95

You'll find much more detail in our 2014 e-book, John Glenn: America's Astronaut , by space historian Andrew Chaikin. Glenn, 77 at the time, became the oldest human to experience space travel. After his 23-year career in the USA military and space program ended in 1965, Glenn entered the Senate as a Democrat. I served through two wars. Glenn...

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  • Michigan GOP elector launches website urging vote for Trump
Michigan GOP elector launches website urging vote for Trump

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman and Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams are named as defendants in the suit. Coloradans cast their votes based on these pledges. He believes they should unify behind a Republican alternative, "an honorable and qualified man or woman such as Gov.

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  • Army-Navy game audience expected to include Hogan and Trump
Army-Navy game audience expected to include Hogan and Trump

Army last played on November 19, beating lower division Morgan State, 60-3, to become bowl eligible for the first time since 2010. Army vs Navy Saturday - The college football season officially comes to an end this Saturday with the traditional Army vs Navy game.

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  • Additional 20-30 inches of snow forecast for Big Island summits
Additional 20-30 inches of snow forecast for Big Island summits

The National Weather Service issued a severe snowstorm warning through Saturday evening local time in parts of the Big Island of Hawaii. Hawaii's highest peak could get up to another foot of snow Sunday, on top of the 2 feet that have fallen since Thursday, the National Weather Service says.

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  • Green Party taking bid for election recount to federal court
Green Party taking bid for election recount to federal court

The abrupt halt to the campaign's effort comes less than one week after Stein asked a Pennsylvania court to approve a statewide recount, contending the November 8 election was "illegal" and the results inaccurate. Stein also plans a rally Monday outside Trump Tower in New York City to defend the recount campaign. GOP lawyer Lawrence Tabas said ...

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  • Army Corps blocks route of Dakota Access oil pipeline
Army Corps blocks route of Dakota Access oil pipeline

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has told Standing Rock protesters that the current route for the pipeline will be denied, according to a statement from the tribe. Authorities said they'll move from the north end of the Backwater Bridge if protesters stay south of it and come to the bridge only if there is a prearranged meeting.

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  • Al Gore Says He Now Supports Abolishing The Electoral College
Al Gore Says He Now Supports Abolishing The Electoral College

Electoral College votes are based on state representation, which is indirectly related to actual population. Trump spokesman Jason Miller declined to say at a Monday news briefing whether the president-elect's Justice Department would ask state or federal law enforcement to investigate allegations of illegal voting but said there is "concern that s...

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  • Manhattan US Attorney Preet Bharara Meets With Donald Trump
Manhattan US Attorney Preet Bharara Meets With Donald Trump

Trump. "I'll wait until after they meet to make some comments, but I have always said that Preet has done a superb job as our USA attorney here in the Southern District, and I was proud to recommend him to President Obama", Schumer told reporters.

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  • GeekWire: Santa's North Pole home is on Zillow
GeekWire: Santa's North Pole home is on Zillow

While listed as "off the market", details on Santa's North Pole compound are available online. The Letters from Santa program adds to the excitement of Christmas and is ideal for interesting youngsters in letter writing, stamps and penmanship.

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  • Electric car factor to open in Arizona
Electric car factor to open in Arizona

Unlike others on the growing list of electric vehicle startups, Lucid Motors does have a production-ready prototype, or "alpha", as it calls them. The company-formerly known as Atieva-says it plans to break ground next year on a new factory in Casa Grande, Arizona.

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  • Good weather helps deer hunters to strong opening weekend
Good weather helps deer hunters to strong opening weekend

Without the drop in temperature that has been typically seen prior to deer season, it is possible that the dates for hunting season to be moved later in the year. Following the logic of the researchers mentioned in Deer and Deer Hunting, this season should have yielded a bountiful harvest. Department of Natural Resources warden Jeremy Cords says ...

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  • Young immigrants who came forward now anxious about future
Young immigrants who came forward now anxious about future

Millions in federal funding could be tied to cooperation, or lack of it, with the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency. In doing so, municipal officials risk losing millions of dollars in federal assistance for their cities that helps pay for services like fighting crime and running homeless shelters.

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  • Trump summons Romney for 2nd look as staffers squabble
Trump summons Romney for 2nd look as staffers squabble

Netanyahu?", she said , referring to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. But I'm not sure we have to pay for that with the secretary of state position. Bob Corker of Tennessee, and retired Marine Gen. John Kelly. Trump's decision to consider Romney for the powerful Cabinet post has sparked an unusual public backlash from some of his close...

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  • 3 dead, at least 5 sickened after Thanksgiving dinner
3 dead, at least 5 sickened after Thanksgiving dinner

All the victims reportedly live together, officials said. Golden Hills Community Church hosts the annual feast for people without family, or the means, to make their own Thanksgiving dinner. "Call this a standard Thanksgiving meal: turkey, stuffing mashed potatoes", they said. The county's public health and environmental health officials were c...

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  • Sister ecstatic over return of missing California woman
Sister ecstatic over return of missing California woman

Papini and her husband Keith thanked supporters Friday in a statement read by the 34-year-old's sister, Koester. Family members of Sherri Papini, the Northern California mother missing for three weeks, said they are overjoyed at her return home as more details emerge about her abduction.

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  • Alt-right members say they were 'fooled by Trump after disavowal
Alt-right members say they were 'fooled by Trump after disavowal

Trump on Tuesday said he did not want to "energize" the alt-right movement. Grynbaum asked Trump if he would specifically condemn the white supremacist gathering in Washington over the weekend led by alt-right founder Richard Spencer.

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  • Friends, family, turkey and touchdowns for Obamas' holiday
Friends, family, turkey and touchdowns for Obamas' holiday

It is our home. "As long as we stay true to these ideals not just when it is easy but when it is hard, then no one can ever take away our liberty. It doesn't go quickly. "It's a day to count our blessings, spend time with the ones we love, and enjoy some good food and some great company", he said ahead of the holiday.

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  • Trump appeals for unity
Trump appeals for unity

Company to stay in the U.S.", Trump tweeted on Thursday. In his statement, Mr Trump offered "to begin to heal our divisions" but added that "tensions just don't heal overnight". In this January 8, 2015 photo, South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley along with her family, husband Michael, daughter Rena, and son Nalin sit for a portrait in the drawing room o...

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  • Trump wins MI by 10704 votes, state official says
Trump wins MI by 10704 votes, state official says

The Michigan vote was posted by the secretary of state on November 23. Obama made the call as Clinton and her campaign were watching the election slip away from them in Rust Belt states, according to The Hill newspaper , citing a forthcoming book by its senior White House correspondent Amie Parnes.

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  • Durham elections board open to hear vote miscount evidence
Durham elections board open to hear vote miscount evidence

Some may have been counted twice and election officials presented the vote count as true when it was wrong, according to an interim report presented to the state elections board in May. Cooper holds a 5,000-vote lead. The McCrory campaign insists some of those votes counted were from deceased people, felons or people who voted a few times.

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  • Charleston trash, recycling pickup delayed one day this week
Charleston trash, recycling pickup delayed one day this week

There will be no yard waste collection on Thursday or Friday. Contact institutions for details. Garbage routes normally collected on Thursday will be collected on Saturday. All banks will also be closed for business to observe the holiday. The Edge Visitor Center : closed Thursday, Nov. 24 and Friday, Nov. 25 (skate park open on Nov.

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  • Education Secretary King calls for end to paddling students
Education Secretary King calls for end to paddling students

A study of the 2013-14 school year found that 110,000 students were subjected to physical punishment, which is disproportionately meted out to students of color. Secretary King said the data behind corporal punishment "shock the conscience". But many school districts across the state have already abandoned the practice as such discipline fell o...

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  • No. 16 Wisconsin beats Georgetown 73-57 in Maui semifinals
No. 16 Wisconsin beats Georgetown 73-57 in Maui semifinals

Brooks was no doubt rusty and made 3 of 8 shots, missing several layups. Altman said UO is "stuck in the mud". Central Michigan shot 57.1 percent from the field in the second half to pull away from Pepperdine. Tennessee will face the loser between Georgetown and No. 13 OR in the second round on Tuesday. Tennessee lacked offense. Hayes lit up ...

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  • Pelosi promises greater role for junior Democrats
Pelosi promises greater role for junior Democrats

It is dimmer than it was pre-November 8". "I think part of it is that the messengers have to change". But what if the Howland resident who represents Ohio's 13th District fails in his bid to oust Rep. Got questions over the economy over the next four years? "The problem is they talk to people in segments", Ryan told The Washington Post on Mon...

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  • Trump the dealmaker keeps any Cabinet decisions under wraps
Trump the dealmaker keeps any Cabinet decisions under wraps

Steven Mnuchin, a member of the transition team's executive committee, is thought to be the front-runner. If he becomes America's foreign affairs voice, he will be a calming figure in the Trump team's most treacherous dealings: global relations.

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  • Kansas beats Texas for first time since 1938, 24-21 in OT
Kansas beats Texas for first time since 1938, 24-21 in OT

However, shortly after the Statesman's report, UT Athletic Director Mike Perrin released a statement contradicting the announcement. Pat Mahomes had 219 yards passing for Tech (4-7, 2-6), which is guaranteed to finish with a losing record for the second time in four years under coach Kliff Kingsbury.

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  • Mich. Asks Court To Stay Flint Bottled Water Injunction
Mich. Asks Court To Stay Flint Bottled Water Injunction

Among the reasons the governor's office has given for trying to avoid delivering water to people without access to it: Millions of empty water bottles suddenly flooding the city's trash and recycling system; impacts on "the state's ability to" fix the water delivery system in the city; and efforts to employ Flint residents to maintain filters are...

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