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Woman who survived bear attack has no hard feelingsA 71-year-old New Hampshire woman who was mauled by a black bear inside her home is still recovering from her injuries, but says she has no hard feelings toward the bear
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Inventor who played key role in lobster industry diesThe Massachusetts inventor of wire mesh used in most U.S. lobster traps has died
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George Washington letter to be read at oldest US synagogueA letter from George Washington will be read at the nation's oldest synagogue to celebrate freedom of religion
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Sheriff: Body found in vehicle fire near Walt Disney WorldAuthorities say a body has been found in the wreckage of a vehicle fire near Walt Disney World in Florida
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Houston school removes sign after social media criticismA sign at a Houston elementary and middle school that sparked social media protests has been removed
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School of Navy chaplains to return to Rhode IslandA school for U.S. Navy chaplains is returning to Rhode Island
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Vermont police investigating theft of legal pot plantsThe Vermont State Police are investigating the theft of four legal marijuana plants that were stolen from behind a fence where they were being grown in the town of East Charleston
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45 Years After Alleged Alien Abduction, He's Speaking OutCalvin Parker was looking for fish. He says he instead found aliens—or, rather, aliens found him. The date was Oct. 11, 1973, but Parker has hardly mentioned it in the 45 years since he and 42-year-old Charles Hickson saw a blinding light over Mississippi's Pascagoula River. Hickson, who has...
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Man's family suing Charlotte police over fatal shootingThe widow of a man fatally shot by an undercover North Carolina police officer is suing the city
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This photo provided by WEWS-TV in Cleveland shows the home in South Euclid, Ohio, where two brothers were found dead of self-inflicted gun shot wounds Aug. 11. Kevin Nietert, police chief in the Cleveland suburb of South Euclid says he can only speculate why 31-year-old Michael Warn and 29-year-old Mark Warn would have killed 59-year-old Dr. Richard Warn at the podiatrist’s home in Beachwood, an upscale Cleveland suburb. Richard Warn was found dead by his wife Aug. 9. A SWAT team went to the brothers’ South Euclid home the next night with detectives to serve a search warrant. The brothers opened fire and were found dead of self-inflicted gunshot wounds around 12 hours later.  (WEWS-TV via AP)
Dead suspects in father's death called reclusive, paranoidAn Ohio police chief says two adult brothers suspected of killing their father and then fatally shooting themselves during a SWAT standoff were reclusive and paranoid, had no jobs and lived in a home their father had bought for them
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Young Girls Allegedly Killed by Dad Were 'in Oil for 4 Days'Confirmation came Friday from the Weld County Coroner's Office that the three bodies found this week on a Colorado property belonging to Anadarko Petroleum were those of Shanann Watts and daughters Bella, 4, and Celeste, 3, whose father, Christopher Watts, was arrested Wednesday in connection with their deaths. While the...
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Unexpected Odor at Tampa Police HQ: 'At Times It's Really Bad'Recreational marijuana laws are quickly becoming more and more lax in states around the US, but Florida is not one of them. So why does the headquarters of the Tampa Police Department frequently reek of weed? The Tampa Bay Times wanted this question answered, so it went to the source....
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