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Depressed mother might have killed her baby and husband then herself, police say
Police are investigating whether postpartum depression played a role in Mary Trokey’s apparent murder-suicide. Screenshot from Eric Cox’s Facebook. Police are investigating whether postpartum depression played a role in Mary Trokey’s apparent murder-suicide.

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Depressed mother might have killed her baby and husband then herself, police say
Police are investigating whether postpartum depression played a role in Mary Trokey’s apparent murder-suicide. Screenshot from Eric Cox’s Facebook. Police are investigating whether postpartum depression played a role in Mary Trokey’s apparent murder-suicide.

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Can Turkey and the US see each other as allies again?
With U.S. President Donald Trump set to send two of his close colleagues to Turkey in a bid to avert a further worsening of relations between Ankara and Washington over the Syrian war, the question is whether the two countries will ever again be able to see each other as allies, let alone just being partners.

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We need light, not this darkness
Rumours sprout in the dark like bush fire. Once raging,the inferno consumes everything on its way. Mansions of the rich and hovels of paupers are fair game when the rage picks up pace. By switching off the light, they have procured matchboxes. Fires have been lit in all sorts of places. A reactionary strategy, in its raw form, inspires anarchy.

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Lightning leaves hole in roof, homeowner felt electricity go through arm
FLINT, TX (KLTV) - Fire crews responded to a report of a house struck by lightning Tuesday afternoon. Flint/Gresham fire department responding to the 1500 block of Chaparrel Run in Cooks Crossing subdivision. The strike left a small hole in the roof of the home.

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Police will charge man who brought loaded gun to N. Charleston church
NORTH CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - Authorities say they have arrested a Folly Road man who brought a loaded gun to a North Charleston church service. The 23-year-old man will be charged with unlawful carry of a pistol, according to North Charleston Police spokesman Spencer Pryor. The man's identity has not yet been released.

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'How can you be in a living room when a brother chokes out his sister?' sheriff asks
The Eisenhower Business Improvement District has generated nearly $970,000 since 2015 to improve security as well as landscaping and beautification. The business district is awaiting approval from the Georgia Department of Transportation to install new street lights at four intersections.

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Adelakun, Adefarasin, Oke, George Varges, Tope Alabi for world leadership conference
Bishop Taiwo Adelakun, PFN Chairman, Oyo State, Pastor Olaolu Adefarasin, Guiding Light Assembly, Dr. Victoria Oke, Sword of the Spirit Ministries, Dr.George Varges, from USA are among the ministers scheduled to speak during the 2018 edition of the annual End Time General World Leadership Holy Ghost Conference.

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Former pastor arrested for online solicitation of a minor, sentenced to 20 years
WHITNEY, TX (KXXV) - A former pastor has been arrested on charges of online solicitation of a minor. Whitney police said Monday that Benjamin Nelson was arrested for the second-degree felony and five related charges. A 13-year-old reported to Whitney police that she had met Nelson online and had engaged in sexual contact.

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Recent editorials from Texas newspapers
In his State of the Union address, President Donald Trump called for $1.5 trillion in new spending on infrastructure projects. We know the topic is not as much a hot button as many others he discussed, but we commend the president for bringing attention to it.

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Recent editorials from Texas newspapers
In recent weeks we have witnessed what can happen when we take too much for granted, when we fail to pay attention to what is happening at the other end of those pipes that bring us water. We have seen that if we do not have capable, well-intentioned people monitoring our water, we can wind up like the customers of Elderville Water Supply Corp.

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Recent editorials from Texas newspapers
In recent weeks we have witnessed what can happen when we take too much for granted, when we fail to pay attention to what is happening at the other end of those pipes that bring us water. We have seen that if we do not have capable, well-intentioned people monitoring our water, we can wind up like the customers of Elderville Water Supply Corp.

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If you build it, they will pray? Religious worlds on Minecraft
Jeremy Smith wanted to talk about Jesus, so he picked up a shovel and headed out to build a tunnel. A virtual shovel, that is. As both a Christian and a fan of the video game Minecraft, Smith has one foot in two different communities coming into contact more frequently in the fuzzy halls of cyberspace.

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J.B.-a Culpa: Pritzker apologizes for dishing on black pols in Blagojevich call
With Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White at his side, Democratic governor candidate J.B. Pritzker apologized Tuesday for portions of a newly revealed wiretapped conversation with former Gov. Rod Blagojevich in which he pitched White as the “least offensive” choice to fill then President-elect Barack Obama’s Senate seat.

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Recent editorials from Texas newspapers
In recent weeks we have witnessed what can happen when we take too much for granted, when we fail to pay attention to what is happening at the other end of those pipes that bring us water. We have seen that if we do not have capable, well-intentioned people monitoring our water, we can wind up like the customers of Elderville Water Supply Corp.

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How I give hope to rape victims, says Itoro Eze-Anaba
Receiving the Commonwealth Point of Light Award from Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II of England, for her volunteer work, Tuesday, she said that the story of teenage rape victim, motivated her to start open The Mirabel Centre to give a new lease of life for rape victims in the country.

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If you build it, they will pray? Religious worlds on Minecraft
Jeremy Smith wanted to talk about Jesus, so he picked up a shovel and headed out to build a tunnel. A virtual shovel, that is. As both a Christian and a fan of the video game Minecraft, Smith has one foot in two different communities coming into contact more frequently in the fuzzy halls of cyberspace.

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Indonesian Immigrants Leave Church Sanctuary
Indonesian Immigrants Leave Highland Park Church Sanctuary After a judge blocked deportations of two Indonesian immigrants, others seeking church sanctuary returned to their Middlesex County homes. HIGHLAND PARK, NJ — Following a judge's ruling to halt deportations of Indonesian nationals without....

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High Five For Monte
Hondón Nieves 0 – 5 C.D. Montesinos. In front of a crowd of only 85 including 50 travelling Monte fans despite the bitterly cold wind, Hondón kicked off playing on a narrow small pitch with a strong wind behind them. Immediately Maccan took the ball forward to almost score from the kick-off.

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Newsweek fires editors and reporter who investigated the company
Newsweek's communications department did not respond to a request for comment Monday evening. The Newsweek Media Group has struggled financially in the past few years, undergoing multiple rounds of layoffs Two top editors and a reporter at Newsweek were fired on Monday, and two other reporters....

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Newsweek in turmoil as top editorial staff sacked
Veteran reporter Matthew Cooper announced his resignation late Monday, saying the firing of top Newsweek editors was a “disgrace” and a sign of “reckless leadership” at the New York media group with the brand of the onetime leading news magazine. Another prominent journalist, David Sirota, quit on Tuesday, announcing the move on Twitter.

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'Hitler bell' mayor won't repeat 'Nazi-jargon' about Jews
Georg Welker, the independent mayor of southern German town Herxheim am Berg, has promised that he will never again make statements that draw distinctions between Jewish and German victims of Nazi crimes. Read more: 'Hitler bell' saga: German Jewish body blasts village mayor Georg Welker During an....

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'Hitler bell' mayor won't repeat 'Nazi-jargon' about Jews
Georg Welker, the independent mayor of southern German town Herxheim am Berg, has promised that he will never again make statements that draw distinctions between Jewish and German victims of Nazi crimes. Read more: 'Hitler bell' saga: German Jewish body blasts village mayor Georg Welker During an....

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Late Prof. Cordelia Agbebaku: Missed and never forgotten in AAU
LATE PROF CORDELIA AGBEBAKU is missed and never forgotten because she had created an institutional environment for delivering megaprojects in a radically new way in Ambrose Alli University. During her tenure as Vice Chancellor, AAU was transformed in the way megaprojects are delivered, moving away....

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CMPD chief, activist talk impact of mass incarceration on black community Source: WSOC
CMPD chief, activist talk impact of mass incarceration on black community. By: Blaine Tolison Updated: Feb 6, 2018 - 12:39 PM. CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Charlotte-Mecklenburg police Chief Kerr Putney sat down with a local activist Tuesday morning to talk about mass incarceration and its impact on the black community.

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Man who stole $1M bucket of gold details escape from U.S.
On Sept. 29, 2016, Nivelo was walking on West 48th Street near Sixth Avenue when he spotted something he’d been waiting his whole career for: a black pail on the back of an armored truck. He’d heard about those legendary pails. “If you were a football player, you always try to play the Super Bowl,” he said.

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Then came Peter to him, and said, Lord, how oft shall my brother sin against me, and I forgive him? till seven times? Jesus saith unto him, I say not unto thee, Until seven times: but, Until seventy times seven. Matthew, 18. 21

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