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FRIDAY, JULY 22, 2016

Indianapolis police ID 3 people found dead while child slept

INDIANAPOLIS – Indianapolis police have identified three people found dead inside an apartment where a child was sleeping when officers arrived. Police identified the victims found dead Friday morning as 23-year-old Takara Coleman, 25-year-old Cameron Baker, and 52-year-old Lisa Woods. ...

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Dog mauling that killed 3-year-old boy angers Navajo leaders

Shaken by a vicious dog mauling that killed a 3-year-old boy on the Navajo Nation, local leaders are expressing anger over the July 14 attack, saying encounters with stray and feral animals on the vast reservation are all too common and more could have been done to prevent the tragedy.

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Southwest Airlines still dealing with delays after outage

DALLAS – Southwest passengers are enduring a third straight day of canceled and delayed flights as the airline struggles to resume normal operations. Tracking service FlightStats Inc. reports that by early afternoon, about 300 Southwest flights had been canceled and ...

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Indiana court tosses woman’s feticide conviction

The Indiana Court of Appeals overturned the feticide conviction of a woman found guilty of killing her premature infant by taking abortion-inducing drugs, saying Friday the state’s law wasn’t intended to be used “to prosecute women for their own abortions.”

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Philadelphia readies for DNC after quiet Cleveland protests

As Cleveland breathes a sigh of relief after protests during the Republican convention came and went without mass disruptions and violence, eyes now turn to Philadelphia, the nation’s fifth largest city that offers a bigger stage for bigger protests over a much larger area.

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Memo details allegations against ex-archbishop of St. Paul

Lawyers investigating a Minnesota archbishop in 2014 found compelling and credible allegations from nearly a dozen people that he engaged in sexual misconduct and harassment, then retaliated when his advances were rejected, according to an internal church document made public this week.

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Parting Shot — 7.25.16

We've had enough of angry Democrats in Philadelphia today. So I thought I'd close with a viewtiful, tranquil photo by Marianne Love/Slight Detour of a sailboard on Lake Pend Oreille, ...

Example Quest - Who am I?

Hey everyone, sorry for the delay in postings. To make it up to you, I’ve attached a free side quest of my own design. I wonder how many people can ...

The opposite of face time

These are times that can challenge even someone gifted at TV remotemanship. That's because some of us live with people who do not want to see certain politicians' faces. And ...

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Saving for the future

sponsored According to two 2015 surveys, 62 percent of Americans do not have enough savings to handle an unexpected emergency, much less any long-term plans.



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