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911 call: 'There's a baby here in a carrier'
An infant was discovered alongside I-40 Sept. 23 in Oklahoma City. (Photos courtesy of Roger Prater) OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) — Recently released audio details the frantic moments after a baby was found in a carrier alongside an interstate in Oklahoma City.

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911 call: 'There's a baby here in a carrier'
An infant was discovered alongside I-40 Sept. 23 in Oklahoma City. (Photos courtesy of Roger Prater) OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) — Recently released audio details the frantic moments after a baby was found in a carrier alongside an interstate in Oklahoma City.

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Wellsville residents fortunate for chance to correct history
I like to think of Cache Valley as one of the most beautiful places on earth filled with loving, educated, God fearing folks who take care of one another. A well respected land grant University, some of the best schools in the state and a church in shouting distance of most homes make this a special place.

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Zimbabwe Court Frees Activist Pastor Arrested for Subversion
HARARE — A Zimbabwean court on Tuesday freed activist pastor Evan Mawarire, a critic of President Robert Mugabe, following his weekend arrest on new charges of attempting to subvert the government. It was the second time he has been detained for a similar offense.

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Mourners say farewell to Slidell police Lt. Ray Dupuy
police Lt. Ray Dupuy was laid to rest Tuesday after a heartfelt salute and farewell from the grieving community that he served for more than two decades. A large crowd gathered at the Slidell Municipal Auditorium for Dupuy's funeral, and, afterward, more people lined the route that the procession took to the Southeast Louisiana Veterans Cemetery.

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Religious media pioneer David Mainse dies at 81
David Mainse, a broadcasting pioneer and founder of Canada’s longest running religious daily television program, has died at age 81. His daily show 100 Huntley Street , launched in 1977, brought in thousands of viewers nationally. The show, which he hosted, featured a mix of upbeat gospel music,....

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Zimbabwe court orders release of activist pastor
A Zimbabwean court on Tuesday ordered the release of an activist pastor and government critic who was detained over a video on social media lamenting the country’s worsening economic crisis. A Harare magistrate ruled that Evan Mawarire be freed immediately after the prosecution delayed taking him to court.

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Rezoning a Block in Harlem, Respecting an African Burial Ground
For not quite two centuries starting in the mid-1660s, when a Dutch village was established under the name Nieuw Haarlem , a church in Upper Manhattan had separate cemeteries, one for white parishioners, the other for descendants of Africans. When the church moved, the remains of the white people were moved to a cemetery in the Bronx.

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Western Mass. events mark Reformation as Protestants, Catholics see less divisions
Martin Luther was a Catholic theologian and Augustinian monk who saw belief and righteousness as rooted in the Bible, God's grace and faith and less so in papal and church authority - ideas that would come to divide Christians who 500 years later have found some common ground though doctrinal differences remain.

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APC, PDP clash over appointments, contracts in Cross River
The South-South zone of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has directed its Cross River State chapter to investigate the allegation that some members of the state executive committee and leaders have compromised by accepting patronage in form of appointments, contract awards and cash from the....

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Baby left on road with $5,500 stuffed in car seat rescued by church group
. by: Shelby Lin Erdman, Cox Media Group National Content Desk Updated: Sep 26, 2017 - 1:48 PM. OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. - A baby abandoned on the shoulder of an Oklahoma City freeway is now in state custody and the infant’s mother has been admitted to a local hospital for evaluation.

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Zimbabwe's protesting pastor freed by judge
HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — A Zimbabwean court has ordered the release of an anti-government pastor arrested for circulated videos highlighting the country's worsening economic problems. Magistrate Elisha Singano Tuesday freed Evan Mawarire saying prosecutors had failed to bring the outspoken pastor....

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CAN declares October 1 day of prayer
The Christian Association of Nigeria has directed all churches in the country to dedicate Sunday, October 1, 2017 as ‘a day of prayers for the salvation of the nation.’ It asked the churches to intercede for the country “against needless bloodletting, violence and civil war.” The CAN President, Rev.

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Churches will sponsor fall festival
Two local houses of worship are uniting to host their second annual fall family festival on Sept. 30. All members of the community are invited to attend and enjoy the free event. The fall family festival will be sponsored by the Old Ship of Zion Missionary Baptist Church, Monroe Township, and the First Presbyterian Church of Englishtown.

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Trending Now Baby left on road with $5,500 stuffed in car seat rescued by church group
Baby left on road with $5,500 stuffed in car seat rescued by church group. by: Shelby Lin Erdman, Cox Media Group National Content Desk Updated: Sep 26, 2017 - 12:48 PM. OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. - A baby abandoned on the shoulder of an Oklahoma City freeway is now in state custody and the infant’s....

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NFL players who kneel for national anthem should be ‘shot in the head,’ firefighter says
The controversial remark comes after hundreds of NFL players knelt for the national anthem this weekend before the start of NFL games, according to Time. The protests drew condemnation from many, including an informal adviser to Trump who also brought up gunshot wounds to the head as a potential response to kneeling players.

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Witch doctors in Uganda sacrificing children in bid to end drought, report says
Officials in Uganda say the number of human sacrifices are on the rise, as the East African country battles its worst drought in more than half a century. More than 11 million people are facing food insecurity and more than 1.6 million are on the brink of famine.

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Multnomah County GOP is raffling off an assault-style weapon to pay the rent
Multnomah County Republicans are hoping to raise money to pay rent and support candidates in a way that has worked for them before: an AR-15 "Rifle Raffle." "It's the most popular one that people buy tickets," Frank Martin, who runs the raffle for the group said over the phone Tuesday morning.

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NFL players who kneel for national anthem should be ‘shot in the head,’ firefighter says
The controversial remark comes after hundreds of NFL players knelt for the national anthem this weekend before the start of NFL games, according to Time. The protests drew condemnation from many, including an informal adviser to Trump who also brought up gunshot wounds to the head as a potential response to kneeling players.

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NFL players who kneel for national anthem should be ‘shot in the head,’ firefighter says
The controversial remark comes after hundreds of NFL players knelt for the national anthem this weekend before the start of NFL games, according to Time. The protests drew condemnation from many, including an informal adviser to Trump who also brought up gunshot wounds to the head as a potential response to kneeling players.

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Zimbabwe's protesting pastor freed by judge
By FARAI MUTSAKA Associated Press. HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) - A Zimbabwean court has ordered the release of an anti-government pastor arrested for circulated videos highlighting the country's worsening economic problems. Magistrate Elisha Singano Tuesday freed Evan Mawarire saying prosecutors had....

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Zimbabwe's protesting pastor freed by judge
The Associated Press. HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) " A Zimbabwean court has ordered the release of an anti-government pastor arrested for circulated videos highlighting the country's worsening economic problems. Magistrate Elisha Singano Tuesday freed Evan Mawarire saying prosecutors had failed to bring....

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Zimbabwe's protesting pastor freed by judge
Magistrate Elisha Singano Tuesday freed Evan Mawarire saying prosecutors had failed to bring the outspoken pastor before a court within 48 hours as prescribed by the law. Police arrested Mawarire after a church service he presided Sunday. He was charged with subverting a constitutionally elected government.

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Baby left on side of Oklahoma freeway in car seat with cash
A 1-month-old baby found on the side of an Oklahoma interstate in a car seat stuffed with $5,500 in cash and a birth certificate was in state custody Monday as authorities continued to investigate why the boy was abandoned. Oklahoma City police said a church group returning from an amusement park....

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Homeless to stage city centre rally
YORK’S Big Issue sellers will stage a public rally next month and call on politicians to address a growing national problem with homelessness. The sellers will gather in St Helen’s Square on October 10 to mark World Homeless Day and highlight the plight facing those living in poverty, from residents in temporary accommodation to rough sleepers.

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Zimbabwe's protesting pastor freed by judge
Magistrate Elisha Singano Tuesday freed Evan Mawarire saying prosecutors had failed to bring the outspoken pastor before a court within 48 hours as prescribed by the law. Police arrested Mawarire after a church service he presided Sunday. He was charged with subverting a constitutionally elected government.

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