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The journey made by murder suspect Lois Riess . But she wasn't looking to catch any rays, because that's where Riess met Pamela Hutchinson. Her identification, credit cards and auto keys were gone. "Sometimes, they're financially dependent and the barrier is actually their inability to move" or support themselves, she said. "Yet she is calculated, she's targeted and she's an absolute cold-blooded killer", he said.
  • Support for Humboldt Broncos continues in Williams Lake

    Support for Humboldt Broncos continues in Williams Lake

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    But one of the team's players, who was badly injured in the crash, has given hope to at least six other people in medical need thanks to his status as an organ donor. "Losing a coach on a team like that would be not only just devastating, but sincerely heartbreaking", Stacy Davignon, coach of the Clinton Boys Varsity hockey team said.
  • Impressive Blitzboks unbeaten in Hong Kong

    Impressive Blitzboks unbeaten in Hong Kong

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    And Fiji put on a show for the crowd in the final game of the day, comfortably dispatching of Samoa 31-12. The Pacific island is still reeling from the devastating impact of Cyclone Josie last week. "I would prefer to thank my boys for the group effort and thank the Kenyan group for an excellent sport", Tuwai informed the World Rugby web site.
  • DHSK celebrates World Health Day 2018

    DHSK celebrates World Health Day 2018

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    According to WHO, at least half the world's population do not have coverage for full essential health services, with about 100 million people living on $1.90 or less a day because they have to pay for health care. Some countries have already made significant progress towards universal health coverage. The World Health Day focuses on ensuring that all can access essential health services.
  • German police foil knife attack on Berlin half-marathon

    German police foil knife attack on Berlin half-marathon

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    But "we know with high probability that it was a lone perpetrator, it was a German, not a refugee", said North Rhine-Westphalia state interior minister Herbert Reul. French President Emmanuel Macron said on Twitter his thoughts were with the victims and that France shared in Germany's suffering. Police say they're investigating witness reports that other people may have fled from the van after the incident, The Associated Press reports.
  • Prep roundup: Webster County records first two wins of season

    Prep roundup: Webster County records first two wins of season

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    Both teams exchanged one run in the third before Auer reached his pitch limit and had to be taken out by the start of the sixth. "Tonight's game will help us later in the season". Pioneer already looks to be one of the top contenders in the HNAC. Head Coach Christy Connoyer had a different analysis. Leading the way back will be senior Lauren Hume.
  • Late goal sends Notre Dame to Frozen Four final over MI

    Late goal sends Notre Dame to Frozen Four final over MI

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    Notre Dame advances to face Minnesota Duluth - a 2-1 victor of Ohio State - in the national championship. Jake Evans scored his second goal of the game with 5.2 seconds left and Notre Dame beat MI 4-3 on Thursday night in the Frozen Four semifinals.
  • Here's how Orlando's new coach Steve Spurrier did in the NFL

    Here's how Orlando's new coach Steve Spurrier did in the NFL

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    The AAF will feature eight teams with a season that runs ten weeks. Despite being the starter for the season, he was cut in 1977 and retired from his playing career before the beginning of the season. The first game and the championship game will be carried by CBS. Spurrier will coach in the planned Alliance of American Football . He plans to continue in that role, but will take a break when the league's spring season rolls around.
  • Here's how eating pasta could actually help you to lose weight

    Here's how eating pasta could actually help you to lose weight

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    But a study linking pasta to weight loss suggests the Italian staple has been wrongly vilified. Now, dieters also consume it in high amount through which they can reduce a small amount of their weight. Having only three pasta meals a week, consumed as part of a low-glycemic diet, all the participants in this study managed to lose about 500 grams. They didn't find any trials focusing on pasta alone, and they suggest that future trials should be done to examine the impact of eating pasta as ...
  • NC Joins Lawsuit To Remove Census Citizenship Question

    NC Joins Lawsuit To Remove Census Citizenship Question

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    With North Carolina's growing immigrant population, advocates say adding a citizenship question will result in an inaccurate count of the people in the state. Constitution to conduct an " actual Enumeration " every 10 years to determine "the whole number of persons" in the United States, and calls the survey "one of the most critical constitutional functions our federal government performs".
  • Condom-snorting challenge latest fad to go viral online in America

    Condom-snorting challenge latest fad to go viral online in America

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    Condoms are usually made of latex rubbery, and are covered in a lubricant or spermicide - which could be risky if inhaled or swallowed. In one case , a 27 women accidentally inhaled a condom during oral sex and experienced a persistent cough and fever for six months before her doctors identified the source of her problems.
  • Shinzo Abe's hopes fading in bid to become Japan's longest-serving PM

    Shinzo Abe's hopes fading in bid to become Japan's longest-serving PM

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    Aso, who doubles as deputy prime minister, has also resisted calls from the opposition for him to step down over the revisions made to the documents. A Mainichi Shimbun poll similarly found 68 percent believe Abe bears responsibility. Opposing sworn testimony by Sagawa also risks backlash against the LDP and its leadership. "You still can't tell what damage (the Moritomo scandal) will have on Abe as far as the September presidential election is concerned", Matsumoto added.
  • Milwaukee County health outcomes among worst in the state

    Milwaukee County health outcomes among worst in the state

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    Douglas County was at the top of the list, followed by Eureka and Washoe counties. Dane County ranked 14th out of the state's 72 county's in the survey. The same weight is applied to poor physical health days, and Douglas County falls in the worst 20 in that category as well. The report showed 36 percent of Putnam County children live in poverty, while only 26 percent do in Union.
  • Bengaluru: Karnataka Lokayukta Justice Vishwanath Shetty stabbed thrice; assailant arrested

    Bengaluru: Karnataka Lokayukta Justice Vishwanath Shetty stabbed thrice; assailant arrested

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    It has been found that the accused had complained against 15-17 public servants in connection with supply of furniture. The accused reportedly went inside the office by claiming he wanted to speak to the Lokayukta. He is battling for his life in the hospital. "It is unfortunate that in broad daylight, there has been a murderous attack on the lokayukta.This incident shows the deteriorating law and order situation in Karnataka", Kumar said.
  • UN Official Demanded to Stop the Ethnic Cleansing in Myanmar

    UN Official Demanded to Stop the Ethnic Cleansing in Myanmar

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    The United Nations human rights chief accused on Wednesday Myanmar authorities of deliberately attempting to "destroy evidence of potential worldwide crimes, including possible crimes against humanity". Gilmour said the rate of killings and sexual violence in Rakhine has subsided since August and September previous year, but "It appears that widespread and systematic violence against the Rohingya persists".
  • Test For Breast Cancer Gene Will Be Available In Weeks

    Test For Breast Cancer Gene Will Be Available In Weeks

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    Report for BRCA1/2 (selected variants), which evaluates an individual's risk of developing multiple cancer types, according to a press release. Currently, pretty much all BRCA1 and BRCA2 screenings are called for by a doctor, for patients already identified as either having cancer, or as having a high risk of cancer.
  • What to do if you have these 'listeriosis products'

    What to do if you have these 'listeriosis products'

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    Enterprise and Tiger suspended their ready-to-eat meat productions, after authorities ordered to recall its products from national and global shops, while supermarket chains asked their clients to return the products and their money will be reimbursed.
  • Study identifies 5 types of diabetes instead of 2

    Study identifies 5 types of diabetes instead of 2

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    Three forms were severe and two mild. These patients benefitted most from Metformin and had lower usage of insulin compared to cluster 1 despite being clinically similar to them in many ways. The researchers analysed certain characteristics - such as body weight , blood sugar control and presence of antibodies - against the likelihood of disease complications and need for insulin.
  • Are varicose veins linked to deep vein thrombosis?

    Are varicose veins linked to deep vein thrombosis?

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    While the condition has rarely been associated with serious health risks, previous studies have shown that patients with varicose veins have increased levels of inflammatory prothrombotic markers, which are thought to be associated with the pathophysiology of DVT , PE and PAD .
  • Four Northeastern Governors Join Forces on Guns

    Four Northeastern Governors Join Forces on Guns

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    New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy said that shooting accelerated the governors' idea to form the coalition, which has been in the works for about a year. "What we are saying as governors, we're not waiting for Congress and the federal government to take action".