• Storm to bring snow, then explode as 'bomb cyclone'
Storm to bring snow, then explode as 'bomb cyclone'

The storm passing over DE in the coming days is expected to explode off the New England coast and leave in its wake brutally cold temperatures, heavy snows and violent winds. The storm is expected to particularly impact New England, off the coast of which it is expected to be the strongest the region has seen in decades.

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  • Lottery jackpots combine over $1 billion this weekend
Lottery jackpots combine over $1 billion this weekend

Education Lottery announced Friday. Both the Mega Millions and Powerball jackpots increased after no winners were drawn earlier this week. Winning a portion of the largest jackpot ever can cause some legal issues and unwanted advances from some who want a cut of the prize.

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  • Angler missing from fishing tournament on Lake Okeechobee
Angler missing from fishing tournament on Lake Okeechobee

Kayler, along with boater Bill Kisiah , of Slidell, La., did not check in at the designated weigh-in location Thursday afternoon, according to statement released by FLW on Thursday night. "I think he's gone to Tennessee before, and Georgia", Kate Clifton said. CBS affiliate WPEC-TV reports that one angler on the boat was rescued following the ...

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  • Koregaon Bhima violence: Sambhaji alleges 'conspiracy', wants investigation
Koregaon Bhima violence: Sambhaji alleges 'conspiracy', wants investigation

Bhide, an octogenarian who heads the Shiv Pratishthan Hindustan outfit, said he was willing to face any kind of inquiry. This should be thoroughly probed, " he added. Most Dalits consider the historic battle on 1 January, 1818 as a "victory" of the lower castes vis-a-vis the upper caste Peshwas and gather there in huge numbers at the annual commemo...

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  • First Alert Weather Day: Winter storm breakdown for the Jacksonville area
First Alert Weather Day: Winter storm breakdown for the Jacksonville area

The storm, threatening to dump half a metre of snow from the Carolinas to Maine, Boston, was expected to be followed immediately by a blast of face-stinging cold air that could break records in more than two dozen cities. National Weather Service (NWS) meteorologist Dan Peterson said record low temperatures were predicted for 28 major cities across...

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  • Georgia gets past Ole Miss for first SEC win
Georgia gets past Ole Miss for first SEC win

Emblematic of their frustration was a desperate 3-point heave by Georgia's Parker as the shot clock was winding down. The Rebels suffered suspect losses to Illinois State and Middle Tennessee but opened SEC play with a win over SC. She has been nursing a hand injury for several games, coach Dawn Staley said before the game, but it is unclear wh...

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  • Illegal Immigrant Credited with Time Served for Weapons Charge in Steinle Case
Illegal Immigrant Credited with Time Served for Weapons Charge in Steinle Case

Dueling theories define Kate Steinle murder trial Today's sentencing of Jose Ines Garcia Zarate was predictable. He will now be taken into federal custody. But while Garcia Zarate has enough credits of served time to cover his sentence, Tamara Aparton, spokeswoman for the San Francisco Public Defender's Office, said he will not go free.

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  • Iran controlling protests in 'good way', says Hezbollah
Iran controlling protests in 'good way', says Hezbollah

State television reported on Friday that Iranian security forces arrested three suspected MEK members in the city of Boroujerd, some 300 kilometers (185 miles) southwest of Tehran. The protests began a week ago over Iran's stagnant economy and the rising cost of living, and developed into a broader outcry against the government.

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  • Renowned Pakistani chef Zubaida Tariq passes away at 72
Renowned Pakistani chef Zubaida Tariq passes away at 72

With a formal-sounding name, Mrs Zubaida Tariq, Apa, made her TV debut back in 1996 when she was in her 50s. Her regular culinary advice segments on various TV channels were so popular that "Zubaida Aapa " became a household name across Pakistan.

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  • Trump wants $18 billion from Congress - not Mexico - to build wall
Trump wants $18 billion from Congress - not Mexico - to build wall

The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program, started by the Obama administration in 2012, protected about 780,000 when it was enacted. Durbin is now working with four other Senators, three of whom are Republican, on a deal that will protect DACA while also beefing up border security, but it appears Trump's demands could stall talks.

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  • Those turtles and iguanas aren't dead. They're just really cold
Those turtles and iguanas aren't dead. They're just really cold

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is particulary concerned about the cold snap's effect on sea turtles. A representative for Gulf World said that "by the end of the day Thursday, they will have almost 200 sea turtles at their facility, and expect at least 300 by the end of the week".

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  • Federal pot policy change sparks confusion, crackdown fears
Federal pot policy change sparks confusion, crackdown fears

Now anyone with a valid identification card over 21 years old can buy pot at adult-use dispensaries, unleashing years of pent up excitement. California is pulling ads aimed at discouraging stoned driving after critics said it promoted marijuana use.

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  • Multiple Trump officials pressed Sessions not to recuse self from Russian Federation probe
Multiple Trump officials pressed Sessions not to recuse self from Russian Federation probe

Comey made in a series of memos describing troubling interactions with the president before he was sacked in May". What we have found out now is he actually dispatched the White House counsel, Don McGahn , who is the top lawyer at the White House, to essentially lobby Jeff Sessions not to do that.

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  • When Will the Storm Hit, And How Much Snow Will You Get?
When Will the Storm Hit, And How Much Snow Will You Get?

The biggest storm this season thus far is set to batter Long Island, with both Nassau and Suffolk Counties issuing Winter Storm and Blizzard Warnings respectively amid forecasts of up to a foot of snow in some areas, accompanied by gusts of wind as high as 50 miles per hour or more.

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  • Funeral services for Douglas County deputy Zackari Parrish
Funeral services for Douglas County deputy Zackari Parrish

She was using this one to describe how she felt about the loss of a man she'd known for 10 years. "We love you guys and we have Deputy Parrish's watch from here on out", said Brian Vanderpool, from the Snowmass Village Police Department. Along with officers from Colorado, representatives from Utah, Nebraska, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming and other states...

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  • Defending champ Pliskova rolls past Bellis in Brisbane
Defending champ Pliskova rolls past Bellis in Brisbane

Konta told wtatennis.com: "I don't feel too comfortable saying really too much because, actually, I don't know yet until (Friday morning)". "But hopefully it's nothing more than a low-grade strain and more muscle spasm more than anything".

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  • Lyons Wealth Management LLC Increases Position in United Parcel Service INC (UPS)
Lyons Wealth Management LLC Increases Position in United Parcel Service INC (UPS)

NYSE:VEEV) shares were trading higher by 2.2 percent ($1.21) at $56.28 a piece in Wednesday's session. The NASDAQ-listed company saw a recent bid of $108.29 on volume of 5.45 million shares. Macquarie Research maintained United Parcel Service, Inc. Shares for $2.02M were sold by Gershenhorn Alan on Tuesday, August 22. Since August 22, 2017, it ...

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  • Mega Millions' jackpot rises to $450M, Powerball up to $570M
Mega Millions' jackpot rises to $450M, Powerball up to $570M

There was no grand prize victor in Tuesday's drawing. While the winning numbers for the Powerball are revealed Saturday night. Central Time for a jackpot which is won with five white balls and a Powerball. According to Koppy, winnings of $5,000 or under are not taxed federally or by the state. Of that, 37 percent, or about $102.5 million would be...

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  • Twitter explains why it won't block Trump
Twitter explains why it won't block Trump

He most recently stirred widespread controversy and fear with a taunting Tweet directed at the North Korean leader Kim Jong Un that appeared to threaten a possible nuclear attack . "Blocking a world leader from Twitter or removing their controversial Tweets, would hide important information people should see and debate". "It would also not s...

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  • Howedes plays key role in Pjaca's Schalke move
Howedes plays key role in Pjaca's Schalke move

Schalke have already confirmed the signing of Germany Under-21 worldwide Cedric Teuchert from Nurnberg after he penned a three-year deal on Wednesday and Pjaca is now set to follow. He can play right as well as left, as a number 8 or even up top. "He is robust and is quick too". Pjaca plays since July 2016 for Juventus where he made only 19...

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  • Frozen pipe reports on decline, almost 500 affected this winter
Frozen pipe reports on decline, almost 500 affected this winter

Megan Moir, the director of water resources for the City of Burlington, said people should check their basements to get a sense of the air temperature and look for signs of frost around their pipes , especially if their basements aren't well-insulated.

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  • Technical Watch: Tracking the Signals on Shares of Midcap ETF Vanguard (VO)
Technical Watch: Tracking the Signals on Shares of Midcap ETF Vanguard (VO)

Investors may want to employ multiple methods of trend spotting in order to get a more robust spectrum with which to work. Vanguard Information Technology ETF has a twelve month low of $122.87 and a twelve month high of $170.16. Investors and traders may use this indicator to help spot price reversals, price extremes, and the strength of a trend....

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  • Nissan's latest technology allows cars to respond to drivers' brainwaves
Nissan's latest technology allows cars to respond to drivers' brainwaves

Nissan has unveiled extensive research in to what it calls Brain-to-Vehicle technology, which will be showcased at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on 9 January. "This can improve reaction times and enhance manual driving". When B2V detects a panic situation, primes the safety features and eventually adjusts the semi-autonomo...

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  • One killed and others injured after attack in Dundalk
One killed and others injured after attack in Dundalk

He said they are working to "establish the suspect's background, who they are, and why they are here", as well as why the attacks took place. John McGahon, the chairman of Dundalk Municipal District said, "If it was not for the heroic actions of An Garda Siochana who managed, while unarmed, to disarm a crazed knifeman, there could have been a m...

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  • Ridley Scott to direct 'Merlin Saga'
Ridley Scott to direct 'Merlin Saga'

With Scott's frequent studio collaborator 2oth Century Fox (which owns the Alien franchise) soon coming under the dominion of Disney , the Merlin Saga may already have Scott in the bag. "And I'm sure that Merlin himself feels the same!" Ultimately, Legend of the Sword was a wholly unsatisfying film and will likely never get the sequel it...

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