Lansing man biked over 73,000 miles since being cancer free

LANSING, Mich. (WILX) – A man who battled cancer is now taking his message on the road. The Lansing man biked more than 73,000 miles, that’s about three times around the world. Gar Watson is a cancer survivor and bicyclist. He started biking because of his cancer treatments. “I actually had been a couch potato… Continue reading Lansing man biked over 73,000 miles since being cancer free

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2 South American students and researchers identified as Kansas City homicide victims

Two South American students and researchers have been identified as homicide victims at the site of a Kansas City fire early.Camila Behrensen, 24, from Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Pablo Guzman Palma, 25, from Santiago, Chile, died in an apartment near 41st and Oak streets in Kansas City.Both Behrensen and Guzman-Palma were pre-doctoral graduate students at… Continue reading 2 South American students and researchers identified as Kansas City homicide victims

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15-year-old girl accused of stabbing father to death at south Lincoln apartment

LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) – A 15-year-old girl has been arrested on suspicion of murdering her father, and her 16-year-old boyfriend is accused of helping. On Monday around 4 p.m., Lincoln Police responded to The Lodge Apartments, southeast of 40th and Highway 2, after Sallie Gilmer, 15, called 911 saying she came home from school and… Continue reading 15-year-old girl accused of stabbing father to death at south Lincoln apartment

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Brass band plays weekly at George Floyd Square

Brass band plays weekly at George Floyd Square – CBS Minnesota Watch CBS News What started with a few players has grown. They haven’t missed a Monday performance in more than a year. Be the first to know Get browser notifications for breaking news, live events, and exclusive reporting. Not Now Turn On

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Judge rules naughty bits off limits at Trump dossier trial

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — A federal judge ruled Tuesday that prosecutors cannot present evidence to a jury about the most salacious parts of a flawed dossier alleging connections between former President Donald Trump and Russia at an upcoming trial of an analyst who served as a primary source for that report. Igor Danchenko is scheduled to… Continue reading Judge rules naughty bits off limits at Trump dossier trial

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Eating early in the day and within a 10-hour window brings health benefits, research finds

New research suggests there may be an ideal window of time to eat during the day. Eating relatively early may be beneficial for weight loss, and keeping meals within a 10-hour period could improve blood sugar and cholesterol levels, according to two small studies published Tuesday in the journal Cell Metabolism. The first study found… Continue reading Eating early in the day and within a 10-hour window brings health benefits, research finds

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Cape May County sisters give birth to daughters on same day

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A sister act from Atlantic City. Siblings who’ve shared a lifetime of memories now have one that’s extra special. Mother nature works on her own schedule and sometimes ignores due dates for babies. For sisters who live in Cape May County, their babies will now share a birthday, and that wasn’t supposed… Continue reading Cape May County sisters give birth to daughters on same day

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Creator behind fake ‘porcelain challenge’ says TikTok banned his account

A TikTok creator said he persuaded his followers to spread awareness about the fake “porcelain challenge” to comment on the “moral panic” that misrepresents individual viral videos as widespread social media trends. Days later, he said TikTok banned his account after it flagged his videos for promoting “dangerous acts.” Sebastian Durfee, who was known as… Continue reading Creator behind fake ‘porcelain challenge’ says TikTok banned his account

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Country music community reacts to death of legend Loretta Lynn

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WSMV) – Loretta Lynn, the Kentucky coal miner’s daughter and a pillar of country music, died Tuesday morning. She was 90 years old. “Our precious mom, Loretta Lynn, passed away peacefully this morning, October 4th, in her sleep at home at her beloved ranch in Hurricane Mills,” her family wrote in a statement.… Continue reading Country music community reacts to death of legend Loretta Lynn

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Recreational marijuana is officially available for retail purchase

<NBC5 NEWS 6 STARTS NOW> (áááLIZáááÑ THANKS FOR JOINING US TONIGHT AT 6. I’M LIZ STRZEPA. NEW TONIGHT… PEOPLE AGES 21 AND OLDER CAN NOW LEGALLY BUY MARIJUANA AT DISPENSARY’S THROUGHOUT THE STATE OF VERMONT. NBC 5 STEPHEN BIDDIX VISITED ONE IN BURLINGTON… WHERE THERE WAS A LINE WRAPPED AROUND THE BUILDING THIS MORNING, AS… Continue reading Recreational marijuana is officially available for retail purchase

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Aaron Judge hits record 62nd home run, breaking tie with Roger Maris

New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge clubbed his 62nd home run of the year Tuesday night in Texas, making him baseball’s greatest single-season long-ball hitter — outside of MLB’s notorious steroid era. Judge’s memorable blast came in the first inning, off Rangers pitcher Jesus Tinoco, in the nightcap of a doubleheader at Globe Life Field in… Continue reading Aaron Judge hits record 62nd home run, breaking tie with Roger Maris

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Bay City announces retirement of public safety director following complaint

BAY CITY, Mich. (WNEM) – The city of Bay City announced its public safety director, Michael Cecchini, is retiring. This comes after Cecchini was placed on administrative leave following a complaint from a Bay City resident. The complaint stems from an incident that happened Sept. 17 near Rivers Edge in Bay City. In a video… Continue reading Bay City announces retirement of public safety director following complaint

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New Jan. 6 heat on Trump ‘coup lawyer’ Eastman, accused of hiding evidence

IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser. Now Playing New Jan. 6 heat on Trump ‘coup lawyer’ Eastman, accused of hiding evidence 05:32 UP NEXT Dumpster fire: Trump candidate Herschel Walker in free fall over abortion scandal 07:24 As U.S. faces rising domestic attacks, some communities put… Continue reading New Jan. 6 heat on Trump ‘coup lawyer’ Eastman, accused of hiding evidence

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Person of interest is in custody in the kidnapping of a California family whose truck was found in flames

A person of interest in the alleged kidnapping of an infant and three relatives was taken into custody Tuesday after he used an ATM card that belonged to the family, authorities said. The four relatives remain missing. Jesus Manuel Salgado, 48, was apprehended after authorities identified him using a security photo taken at a bank… Continue reading Person of interest is in custody in the kidnapping of a California family whose truck was found in flames

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Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen both hiring divorce attorneys

Super Bowl-winning quarterback Tom Brady and supermodel Gisele Bündchen have both retained divorce lawyers, NBC News confirmed Tuesday. The hires could signal a possible end to the high-profile marriage. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB and the Brazilian fashion fixture have been married since early 2009 and together have two children, 12 and 9. Brady also has… Continue reading Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen both hiring divorce attorneys

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Russia’s Ukraine annexation draws global ire — and makes a point

When Elon Musk posted a poll on Twitter suggesting, among other things, that Russia’s 2014 annexation of Ukraine’s Crimea could be made permanent as an outcome of Russia’s ongoing war on Ukraine, it struck a nerve with much of the international community, eliciting anger from the country’s leaders and supporters. Ire and indignation (and Twitter… Continue reading Russia’s Ukraine annexation draws global ire — and makes a point

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Herschel Walker is a walking abortion ad

Georgia’s Republican Senate nominee, Herschel Walker, is being mercilessly dragged online over allegations he paid for his then-girlfriend to have an abortion in 2009. Throughout his campaign, Walker has portrayed himself as a family man and a vocal proponent of banning abortion, describing the procedure as women “killing” babies. But a report published Monday by… Continue reading Herschel Walker is a walking abortion ad

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Magnus Carlsen-Hans Niemann chess scandal overshadowed a sexist debacle

In September, the high-stakes world of elite chess was rocked by a new cheating scandal. Grandmaster and world champion Magnus Carlsen accused teen prodigy Hans Niemann of cheating, an accusation that has led to layers of conspiracy theory and speculation. That debacle mostly drowned out a separate controversy happening in a different corner of the… Continue reading Magnus Carlsen-Hans Niemann chess scandal overshadowed a sexist debacle

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Texas woman fatally shot by husband while she was filing a domestic violence complaint against him

A Texas woman was fatally shot by her husband while filing a domestic violence complaint against him and as she held her baby, according to officials. Takara Hightower, 34, was being interviewed by two Naval Criminal Investigative Service agents in connection to a domestic violence investigation she filed against her husband at their Humble home… Continue reading Texas woman fatally shot by husband while she was filing a domestic violence complaint against him

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Cortez Masto to face $2M in Spanish language attack ads in home stretch of tight Nevada Senate race

The first Latina elected to the U.S. Senate will face a barrage of negative ads on Spanish language TV and radio in Nevada as an outside group prepares to spend nearly $2 million on efforts to back her Republican challenger — a sizable investment in what’s expected to be the most influential electorate in November.… Continue reading Cortez Masto to face $2M in Spanish language attack ads in home stretch of tight Nevada Senate race

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Angelina Jolie accuses Brad Pitt of choking one of their children during mid-air fight

Angelina Jolie accused former husband Brad Pitt of choking one of their children during a volatile trans-Atlantic flight in 2016, according to a complaint she filed on Tuesday. The filing, seen by NBC News, was a cross-complaint Jolie aimed at Pitt. It stemmed from his lawsuit that accused the “Tomb Raider” actor of improperly selling… Continue reading Angelina Jolie accuses Brad Pitt of choking one of their children during mid-air fight

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Wrong place, wrong time: How things went so badly for the Twitter CEO so quickly

New York CNN Business  —  When Parag Agrawal took over as Twitter’s CEO last November following co-founder Jack Dorsey’s surprise resignation from the role, he was little known outside the company. Ten months later, Agrawal has featured prominently in a whistleblower disclosure, been rebuked by name in a Congressional hearing and fielded criticism from the… Continue reading Wrong place, wrong time: How things went so badly for the Twitter CEO so quickly

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Justice Jackson makes waves in first Supreme Court arguments

WASHINGTON — As the Supreme Court on Tuesday weighed a conservative attempt to weaken the landmark Voting Rights Act, enacted in 1965 to protect minority voters, the first Black woman to serve on the Supreme Court delivered a history lesson on the divisive issue of race in the United States. Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson, in… Continue reading Justice Jackson makes waves in first Supreme Court arguments

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Pittsburgh firefighters repair homes of Florida firefighters

A team of local firefighters is in Florida on a mission to help their comrades in need. Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire Captain John Gardell said many Florida firefighters likely haven’t stopped working since Hurricane Ian made impact last week.Gardell is working with the International Association of Fire Fighters Disaster Relief Team, alongside firefighters from Pittsburgh,… Continue reading Pittsburgh firefighters repair homes of Florida firefighters

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