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Houston-area Republican candidates square off in first...
There were no fireworks and few policy differences expressed in the first showdown among the nine Republican candidates hoping to replace retiring U.S. Rep. Ted Poe in Congress. Instead, the 45-minute debate organized by the Houston Area Pastor Council on Thursday served mostly as a chance for the....

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Anti-gay church plans demonstrations in Owatonna
Shirley Phelps-Roper, left, a member of the Westboro Baptist Church, of Topeka, Kan., holds a protest sign outside the April 2006 funeral services for Sgt. Daniel Sesker in Ogden, Iowa. Westboro Baptist Church announced Wednesday by press release that it intends to demonstrate at Owatonna High School and several local churches in early February.

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Upstate pastor turns passion for Greenville into business
GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) - There's a way to see the Greenville area in a whole new light, thanks to a semi-retired pastor with an excitement for all things Upstate. Mike Cruice started his business Make Greenville Yours with some encouragement from his kids, after overhearing a conversation in....

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Police Tortures Alleged Isoko Kidnap Kingpin To Death In Custody
Arrested alleged Isoko notorious kidnap kingpin, Anthony Ogbalor, AKA Dracula, has died in police custody in Asaba, Delta state capital following severe tortures from the police, SaharaReporters has learned. Ogbalor, who was arrested in Warri alongside members of his gang in a snatched navy blue Toyota Corolla car with reg.

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Pastor Describes The Horrors Of The Two And A Half Years He Spent In A North Korean Prison
Hyeon Soo Lim spent two and a half years imprisoned in North Korea, enduring extreme hardships and the threat of death, the Canadian pastor revealed Thursday in an op-ed in Toronto Life. “I yearned for home,” he wrote . Lim visited North Korea more than 100 times without encountering any problems,....

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VPD renews plea after fatal shooting of Coquitlam student
"You never know what you have," he said. "You could be sitting on something and not know it… Let us determine whether it is important to the investigation." He added that any witnesses who were in the area at the time of the shooting who have not yet spoken with investigators need to phone police immediately.

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Drone footage shows winter wonderland in east Charlotte
Aaron Pearce of Charlotte, NC finally got the sticky snow that he has been waiting for to build a snowman on Wednesday, January 17, 2018. Pearce decided to build a snowman along a walking path at McAlpine Creek Park in east Charlotte. The creation has its arms extended as if to give passerby a hug.

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Water main break leads to major cleanup for Hermitage church
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – A water main break led to significant water damage inside a Hermitage church. The break happened overnight into Thursday morning at the Hermitage Hills Baptist Church on Lebanon Pike. (Photo: WKRN) When News 2 arrived, puddles of water were seen in main halls and....

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‘This is our time’: Black women to meet in Atlanta to strategize on using their economic and political power
Organizers of a black women’s summit are hoping to gather more than 1,000 participants in Atlanta next month to map out a strategy for getting more political and economic returns for a group that has one of the highest voting rates. , the event planned for Feb.

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Has Dr. King's 'dream' been achieved in Princeton?
Martin Luther King Jr. Day was observed Monday with a series of events at the Arts Council of Princeton, including reflections on the state of race in Princeton 70 years after the public schools were desegregated. Beginning with a community breakfast and continuing through the day, crowds gathered at the Paul Robeson Center.

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'Quiet, humble' Sumter man's sudden shooting death perplexes family
COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) - As gunshots rang out, smothering the flames of his life, a simple medallion hung on the neck of Jarvis Omar Rush. It was a medallion commemorating the Last Supper -- a fitting piece of jewelry for a man killed under unknown circumstances, according to the Sumter County Sheriff's Office.

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Finding community
Recently, I spent a week in a warm tropical location. Everything about it was nice. Even the flights were smooth and relatively comfortable. Headphones blocked out the cries of the distressed toddler two rows ahead. But after our return flight it took two and a half hours for our luggage to make it to the carousel.

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13 siblings held captive were likely coerced to remain quiet
The couples' children - ages 2 to 29 - were so emaciated the older ones still looked like children. Authorities thought the 17-year-old daughter who called 911 was only 10 when they found her. Until the girl fled with photographic evidence, it appears no-one, neither neighbours nor public officials, knew anything about what was happening inside.

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Nigeria’s balance of $2.32b in ECA as at Jan. 15 – Adeosun
Kemi Adeosun. The Finance Minister was quoted by the Kano state Governor, Abdullahi Ganduje as telling the National Economic Council (NEC) presided over by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo on Thursday, also said that while the stabilization fund account had a balance of N9.73 billion, the National Resource Development Fund had N115.

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SC deputy twins, one of whom died in police shooting, featured in local newspaper
Editor’s note: This article was first published in The Herald on Aug. 28, 2006. Chris Doty entered this world about two minutes before his twin, Mike. In the 26 years since, Mike Doty has been following his brother. In May, that path led him to the York County Sheriff’s Office, where Chris has worked as a deputy since December 2004.

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Embracing winter: ice fishing on the Kenai Peninsula
10 hrs ago Read more: Peninsula Clarion Some of the tools for ice fishing, including a rod, holder and auger, are seen here during a trip fishing on Spirit Lake Dec. 26, 2017, while other anglers continue to set up their rigs to fish. LEFT: Jon Watson, pastor at Peninsula Christian Center of....

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Notorious kidnapper, Dracula, dies in police custody
Theophilus Onojeghen, Warri. A dreaded kidnapping kingpin in Delta State, Anthony Ogbalor also popularly known as Dracula, has reportedly died in police custody in Asaba, the state capital. Dracula, who was arrested by a combined team of security operatives led by the Divisional Police Officer in....

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Ortom: Benue does not own any militia group
NAN. Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue says the state does not own any militia group. Ortom was reacting to rumour making the rounds in some quarters in the country that the state government owned a militia group. The governor spoke on Thursday, January 18, in Makurdi, when the Benue Youth Prayer Group....

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Here are 3 Park City dining gems for a quick lunch that won’t set you back a lot of cash
(Al Hartmann | The Salt Lake Tribune) Karleen Reilly looks up from making a sandwich to greet a friend at Uptown Fare in Pa... (Al Hartmann | The Salt Lake Tribune) Friends meet at the counter at Uptown Fare in Park City. (Al Hartmann | The Salt Lake Tribune) A bowl of creamy tomato soup with cheese tortellini, a longstanding favorite at Uptow.

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A dispute between two brothers ends in gunfire
Pierce County Sheriff Paul Pastor eulogized fallen Deputy Daniel McCartney as “serious about an ethic of service. He stepped forward to answer not a job offer but a calling.” Thousands attended the memorial inside Olson Auditorium at pacific Lutheran University Wednesday.

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MFM Church Pastor In Police Net Over N8.6m Fraud
LAGOS- A senior pastor of the Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministry, Abule Egba branch, Pastor Emeka Iwuagwu has been arrested over his alleged involvement in a financial fraud of N8.6m in Lagos. The cleric was alleged to have defrauded his spiritual son and member of the church simply known as....

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Benue Govt Does Not Own Any Militia Group — Ortom
Gov. Samuel Ortom of Benue says the state does not own any militia group. Ortom was reacting to rumour making the rounds in some quarters in the country that the state government owned a militia group. The governor spoke on Thursday in Makurdi, when the Benue Youth Prayer Group and National Union of....

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'Scammer' falls
AN ALLEGED scammer, who has duped several individuals through her fraud lending company and carted away millions of pesos, was arrested on Wednesday evening by authorities upon arriving in the city from Manila. Davao City Police Office (DCPO) director Senior Superintendent Alexander Tagum said yesterday that at about 4 p.

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Benue govt does not own any militia group — Ortom
Gov. Samuel Ortom of Benue says the state does not own any militia group. Ortom was reacting to rumour making the rounds in some quarters in the country that the state government owned a militia group. The governor spoke on Thursday in Makurdi, when the Benue Youth Prayer Group and National Union of....

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Leaders pray for Jamaica, GG says bold actions needed
It was the gathering of the usual faces this morning for the 38th Annual National Leadership Prayer Breakfast at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel in New Kingston. Pastors and politicians, police and presidents of peddlers among those praying amid the Jamaican reality of a nation “at war with itself”, as guest preacher the Reverend Astor Carlyle, put it.

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Suspected kidnapper dies in police custody
Former Delta State Commissioner of Police, CP. Zanna Ibrahim who paraded the 57-year-old suspect alongside 30 other suspects, said that he was arrested after another suspect implicated him in a kidnap case involving one Henry Kessena, Kosin Henry, aka Capon, and Kenneth Onome, who waylaid and....

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