• Suspect in fatal hit and run arrested and booked into jail

    Suspect in fatal hit and run arrested and booked into jail

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    At one of the stores that was robbed, the suspect demanded "Scratchers" despite a clerk doing a cash count nearby, he said. Off duty Rowlett Police Officer Jeff Gentry was traveling to work at the police department when he heard the broadcast about the stolen vehicle.
  • Smith, Warner out of SA tour

    Smith, Warner out of SA tour

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    Former Australian cricket captain Steve Smith broke down when facing the media on his return to Sydney, apologising for his failure of leadership during the ball-tampering scandal in South Africa . "I suppose there's some decisions for them to make and adjustments they are looking to make". Warner, who has lost two sponsors already, posted a statement on Twitter and Instagram to say he was on his way back to Australia from South Africa and added: "You will hear from me in a few days".
  • Joel Embiid exits with injury after Markelle Fultz head-butt

    Joel Embiid exits with injury after Markelle Fultz head-butt

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    After being able to play in back-to-back situations for the first time this season, the key for Embiid is staying relatively healthy for the remainder of his career. Fultz showed his support for his teammate shortly after on Twitter . I don't want to face him. "I was scared, " teammate Dario Saric said of his reaction to Embiid going down.
  • Buhari's Lagos visit will disrupt Holy Thursday, Good Friday activities - Archbishop Martins

    Buhari's Lagos visit will disrupt Holy Thursday, Good Friday activities - Archbishop Martins

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    President Muhammadu Buhari will visit Lagos today, to chair the 10th Bola Tinubu Colloquium, organised in celebration of the 66th birthday of the All Progressives Congress National Leader, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu. "We hope that those who plan such visits that are likely to disrupt the normal flow of the life of people would be sensitive enough especially when they affect the right of people to practice their faith and worship as they choose", the cleric said.
  • Tearful Smith accepts 'full responsibility' in cheating scandal

    Tearful Smith accepts 'full responsibility' in cheating scandal

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    Brands Inc, owner of fast food chain KFC, a Cricket Australia sponsor, said it was "pleased that Cricket Australia has dealt with this incident swiftly for the benefit of the game and its fans" without commenting further. It is something I will look to improve on and earn the respect back of the community. I know I will regret this for the rest of my life. However, Cricket Australia Chief James Sutherland on Wednesday told the media that Lehmann had no idea of the ball tampering plan and ...
  • Arsenal's Arsene Wenger still hungry, determined to win - Steve Bould

    Arsenal's Arsene Wenger still hungry, determined to win - Steve Bould

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    The Egypt International was also speculated to leave on loan for more game time, but injury to Ramsey and Arsenal's defenders paved his way back into the main fold through solid Europa League performances. Thomas Tuchel is reportedly in "advanced negotiations" to take over from Arsene Wenger at Arsenal . Arsenal have been linked this week with a move for former Dortmund manager Thomas Tuchel , while Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri has also seen his name in the mix.
  • Australian ball-tampering: Darren Lehmann says side must stop 'butting heads'

    Australian ball-tampering: Darren Lehmann says side must stop 'butting heads'

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    Bancroft , maybe because he's an impressionable newcomer in the team, received a nine-month ban . After India's tour, the 25-year-old Bancroft will be available for selection when Sri Lanka visit Australia in early 2019 for two tests and three ODIs before Australia travel to India for five ODIs and two T20 matches, which have already been scheduled between February 24 and March 13.
  • Severe storms possible tonight in Valley

    Severe storms possible tonight in Valley

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    Expect rain to move in just after 6 a.m. Thursday , with it heaviest between noon and 6 p.m. before eventually moving out of the area by midnight. The National Weather Service said areas north the Interstate 10 corridor face the greatest risk of severe weather, though all of southeast Louisiana and southern MS are included in the hazardous weather outlook.
  • Major breakthrough: Scientists discover new human organ

    Major breakthrough: Scientists discover new human organ

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    In this case, however, the researchers were using a new piece of equipment called Probe-based Confocal Laser Endomicroscopy (PCLE), which lets them look at internal tissues directly without cutting or damaging them. Researchers explained that these fluid filled spaces were previously undetected as they don't show up on the standard microscopic slides used to peer into the cells.
  • Weather forecasters say it's a mixed picture for Easter

    Weather forecasters say it's a mixed picture for Easter

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    On Wednesday , there is a 20 percent chance of showers after 1 p.m., with a high around 61 degrees. As a cold front works through the region, low pressure may develop along it and produce mixed rain and snow showers during the pre-dawn hours of Saturday morning.
  • U.S. slams Houthi missile attack on Saudi Arabia

    U.S. slams Houthi missile attack on Saudi Arabia

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    These acts also threaten global peace and security in the long run, the statement added. "There is extensive evidence that irresponsible arms flows to the Saudi Arabia-led coalition have resulted in enormous harm to Yemeni civilians", Lynn Maalouf, director of research for the Middle East at Amnesty International, said in a statement.
  • School bus driver charged after 6 students injured in Dinwiddie crash

    School bus driver charged after 6 students injured in Dinwiddie crash

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    The sleeping student was not seen by the driver and was inadvertently transported back to the bus terminal.The student remained on the bus, at the bus terminal, for approximately 8 hours. She said she was not sure on the students' ages and grades, but she said she knew that all families had been notified. He had been marked absent at school with a follow-up call to parents scheduled.
  • 1st case of super-resistant gonorrhea reported

    1st case of super-resistant gonorrhea reported

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    A British man has contracted a drug-resistant strain of "super gonorrhea" following a sexual encounter in Asia, according to reports Wednesday. Dr Olwen Williams, the president of the British Association for Sexual Health and HIV said: "The emergence of this new strain of highly resistant gonorrhoea is of huge concern and is a significant development".
  • Air India divestment: Govt proposes 76 per cent stake sale

    Air India divestment: Govt proposes 76 per cent stake sale

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    According to a preliminary information memorandum released today on strategic disinvestment of the national carrier, the Centre plans to sell 76 per cent stake in the loss-making Air India. The government has stipulated that entities planning to participate in the Air India disinvestment process should have a minimum aggregate net worth of Rs 5,000 crore.
  • Anushka Sharma starrer horror drama Pari to get a remake in Tamil

    Anushka Sharma starrer horror drama Pari to get a remake in Tamil

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    The first and second schedules of the film were shot in Chanderi and Bhopal, respectively. While the former was a road thriller and the latter a supernatural drama, Pari was an out-and-out horror flick where the actress, who doesn't shy away from experimenting as a producer or a performer, played a woman possessed by an evil spirit.
  • Delhi sealing drive: Major markets closed as traders down shutters

    Delhi sealing drive: Major markets closed as traders down shutters

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    A mega rally of traders will be held at Ramlila Maidan, which will be joined by traders; their employees; and by families belonging to thousands of trade associations across the national capital. The building departments of the north, south and east Delhi municipal corporations continued sealing shops in the city, and the drive is being overseen by a monitoring committee appointed by the court.
  • Rubber ducks hold tons of bacteria

    Rubber ducks hold tons of bacteria

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    They noted that the concentration of the bacteria and fungi within these ducks was very high at up to 75 million cells per square centimetre. Swiss and American researchers from Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, ETH Zurich and the University of IL looked at five such rubber toys and found that four of them contained bacteria including legionella that can cause serious lung disease called legionnaire's disease.
  • UIDAI says no Aadhaar data leak in seven years

    UIDAI says no Aadhaar data leak in seven years

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    It is understood that the latest order by CBDT has come in the backdrop of the Supreme Court , earlier this month, directing extension of the 31 March Aadhaar linking deadline with various other services. The constitution bench also accepted the questionnaire by petitioners , which it has been asked to prepare after the UIDAI CEO's presentation. It would take "billions of years" to decrypt it, he said.
  • New Flu Strain Spreading Fast Across Texas

    New Flu Strain Spreading Fast Across Texas

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    To curb the high numbers of flu cases across the US for next year, the FDA is teaming up with other public health agencies to produce next season's flu vaccines and better understand why this year's vaccines were not as effective against H3N2.
  • CDC Warns of Second Wave of Influenza by Separate Strain

    CDC Warns of Second Wave of Influenza by Separate Strain

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    Overall, "Influenza A" cases have dominated the flu season up until this point, the CDC noted. However, health officials say everyone should take precautions. Continue to take other precautions like washing your hands frequently, sneezing or coughing into your elbow and stay home from work or school if you're feeling sick.
  • Superbug fear after surge in antibiotic use

    Superbug fear after surge in antibiotic use

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    And while the researchers emphasize the importance of increasing access to the drugs worldwide, they've also raised concerns over poor regulation and sanitation levels - which provide the flawless stewing pot for superbugs - in several developing countries.
  • Newly Discovered 'Organ' May Help Explain How Cancer Spreads

    Newly Discovered 'Organ' May Help Explain How Cancer Spreads

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    Humans have been studying the anatomy of our own bodies for thousands of years - but, to this day, scientists are still uncovering new secrets. The spaces were found all around the body's connective tissue which lines the digestive tract , lungs, urinary systems, and surrounding muscles.
  • Kidde Recalls 500K Smoke Detectors

    Kidde Recalls 500K Smoke Detectors

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    About 452,000 of the units were sold in the US and another 40,000 in Canada from September 2016 through this January for $20 to $40. These two models have been on shelves since 2016 and available in stores like Home Depot, Walmart, Target, Amazon, and other online retailers.
  • Australian cricket investigation into cheating plot underway

    Australian cricket investigation into cheating plot underway

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    While Steve Smith has been handed a one-match ban by the ICC for his role in the ball-tampering scandal, Bancroft has been fined 75 percent of his match fee and has been slapped with three demerit points. While not naming any players, former England captain Michael Vaughan also echoed the claims and said that the home side may have tampered with the ball throughout the Ashes .
  • School district that armed teachers with rocks increasing security after media attention

    School district that armed teachers with rocks increasing security after media attention

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    The superintendent of the Pennsylvania school district, who previously announced that buckets of rocks were placed in every classroom as part of an effort to train for active shooter situations, made a new announcement over the weekend. "At one time I just had the idea of river stone, they're the right size for hands, you can throw them very hard and they will create or cause pain, which can distract", said Helsel, he added to WNEP .
  • Yemen rebel chief says Huthis ready for more 'sacrifices'

    Yemen rebel chief says Huthis ready for more 'sacrifices'

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    Saudi forces said they shot down three missiles over Riyadh shortly before midnight. Over 10,000 people have been killed in Yemen's war, which began after the Houthis and their allies seized Yemen's capital, Sanaa, in September 2014 and began a march south.
  • Bhoys hero Brown makes Miller gesture

    Bhoys hero Brown makes Miller gesture

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    It will be the second Celtic v Ireland testimonial O'Neill will have been involved in, having managed the Hoops for Jackie McNamara's testimonial against Brian Kerr's side in 2005. Ireland face France in the Stade de France on 28 May before the United States come to Dublin for a friendly on 2 June. The Bhoys are now ten points clear at the top of the Premiership, while they have already won the League Cup and are due to face Rangers in the semi-final of the Scottish Cup.
  • Cynthia Nixon Recently Re-registered to Vote in Manhattan

    Cynthia Nixon Recently Re-registered to Vote in Manhattan

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    I was watching Mr. Sheinkopf here in the front row moving to the music. De Blasio and his administration have dismissed Cuomo's criticism as political opportunism. Cuomo has addressed the Mount Neboh congregation several times in recent years. "We've all seen it: Andrew the bully". And he blasted the city on its slow timeline to shutter Rikers Island.
  • Here's What We Know Right Now About 'Stranger Things' Season 3

    Here's What We Know Right Now About 'Stranger Things' Season 3

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    That's not to say that Will, or anyone else, is safe. Please, for once, let's just not pit the girls against each other, okay? You're in luck. Levy confirmed that Steve Harrington ( Joe Keery ) will have a bigger role next season. "It can never be simple and stable relationships and there's fun to that instability", he continued about what fans can expect in the third season of the hit supernatural series.
  • Experts Analysis: Icici Bank Ltd (IBN)

    Experts Analysis: Icici Bank Ltd (IBN)

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    About 1.29 million shares traded. The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation (NYSE:BK) has risen 13.98% since March 23, 2017 and is uptrending. It has outperformed by 28.62% the S&P500. What to Expect From ICICI Bank Limited ( IBN ) in Coming 5 Years? ARGA Investment Management LP now owns 13,631,501 shares of the bank's stock valued at $132,635,000 after acquiring an additional 2,698,391 shares during the period.
  • Ryder Cup will return to Hazeltine in 2028 as course makes history

    Ryder Cup will return to Hazeltine in 2028 as course makes history

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    The Ryder Cup will return to Minnesota's Hazeltine National in 2028, organizers announced in a half-minute video Monday, making the golf course the first US venue to host the biennial event twice since it began in 1927. Hazeltine has hosted a handful of major tournaments, including PGA Championships (2009, 2002), the U.S. Open (1991, 1970) and the U.S. Women's Open (1977, 1966).
  • Presidency tackles PDP for dragging APC, INEC to UN

    Presidency tackles PDP for dragging APC, INEC to UN

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    Uche Secondus , national chairman of the party, said this on Monday, March 26, at a public discourse on contemporary politics and governance in Nigeria, organized by the PDP in Abuja. We admit that we have made several mistakes; we have passed through all our challenges and have acquired the experience no other party can boast of.
  • Virgil Abloh Named Louis Vuitton's New Menswear Designer

    Virgil Abloh Named Louis Vuitton's New Menswear Designer

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    Abloh, of Ghanian descent, was born and raised in the Chicago area, but first made contact with LV CEO Michael Burke , who was with Fendi at the time Virgil and Kanye held an internship with Fendi. Burke was then the chief executive. Fashion insiders have long had Abloh on their radar. The brand is an irony-heavy millennial's dream, with the likes of Bella Hadid and Kim Kardashian regularly seen dressed head-to-toe.
  • Police IG says remaining Dapchi girl is on her way back home

    Police IG says remaining Dapchi girl is on her way back home

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    He said a total of 111 girls were abducted from the Government Girls Secondary and Technical College (GGSTC) in Dapchi on February 19. He stated that he learnt Leah Sharibu , the christian SS1 student who was held back for refusing to renounce her religion, might be released today.
  • England suspect ball tampering by Australia in Ashes series

    England suspect ball tampering by Australia in Ashes series

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    But having seen Australia bowl effectively in their dominant Ashes win earlier this year, Broad can not understand the decision to take a risk that resulted in Smith losing the captaincy for the rest of the series. Warner was particularly incensed at something said to him by South Africa wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock during the first test. "If someone wants to take you on verbally, they have started that fight, then you are allowed to say something back".
  • Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg Apologizes in Full-Page Newspaper Ads

    Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg Apologizes in Full-Page Newspaper Ads

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    The data collection can be turned off in a user's settings , and all previously collected call and text history shared on the app will be deleted, Facebook said. Clicking on the Ads tab in the index page will reveal what sort of topics you might be interested, which adverts you have clicked on in the past and which advertisers have your contact information.
  • Jets rescind offer to All-Pro DT Ndamukong Suh

    Jets rescind offer to All-Pro DT Ndamukong Suh

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    The Jets have changed course on Ndamukong Suh . Suh was halfway through the $114 million, six-year deal he signed when he joined the Dolphins in 2015. Johnson was not originally involved when the offer to Suh was made. "It became apparent to the two of us that this just didn't work", Johnson said.