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'We came to help': Church volunteers work together to feed Hurricane Irma evacuees
Members of one Robeson County church are doing what they can to help Hurricane Irma evacuees. (WPDE) ROBESON COUNTY, N.C. ( WPDE ) - The storm might not be headed for South Carolina, but members of one Robeson County church are doing what they can to help Hurricane Irma evacuees.

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Smith County 9/11 ceremony an event for all ages
Smith County's 9/11 ceremony concluded with the release of 411 balloons to honor each first responder who died on September 11th, 2001. (Source: Whitehouse High school) TYLER, TX (KLTV) - It was a day to remember those who lost their lives on September 11, 2001, as well as an opportunity to honor....

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Tumy on Monday
A week ago we received great news. The news was that about 25 boys had been arrested. This piece of news was celebrated especially in Gaborone. So you were cheated on? Congratulations, we all get cheated. Whether we want to admit it or not, cheating is an inescapable part of the human condition. Some of us are mo.

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Smith County 9/11 ceremony an event for all ages
TYLER, TX (KLTV) - It was a day to remember those who lost their lives on September 11, 2001, as well as an opportunity to honor local first responders who put their lives on the line every day. "We all have our gifts of God,” says Joe Yeakley, Lindale’s Fire Chief who was recognized at today’s event.

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'We came to help': Church volunteers work together to feed Hurricane Irma evacuees
Members of one Robeson County church are doing what they can to help Hurricane Irma evacuees. (WPDE) ROBESON COUNTY, N.C. ( WPDE ) - The storm might not be headed for South Carolina, but members of one Robeson County church are doing what they can to help Hurricane Irma evacuees.

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'We came to help': Church volunteers work together to feed Hurricane Irma evacuees
Members of one Robeson County church are doing what they can to help Hurricane Irma evacuees. (WPDE) ROBESON COUNTY, N.C. ( WPDE ) - The storm might not be headed for South Carolina, but members of one Robeson County church are doing what they can to help Hurricane Irma evacuees.

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Hampton Longtime school division employee dies after crash in Hampton Longtime school division employee dies after crash in Hampton A longtime employee of Hampton City Schools died Monday after his van crashed at Big Bethel Road and West Lewis Road. Hampt
HAMPTON, Va. (WVEC) -- A longtime employee of Hampton City Schools died Monday after his van crashed at Big Bethel Road and West Lewis Road. Hampton police said the wreck happened just before 7:45 a.m. Family members said Guy Crawley was driving the van that went off Big Bethel Road and hit a utility pole and a fire hydrant.

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Smith County 9/11 ceremony an event for all ages
Smith County's 9/11 ceremony concluded with the release of 411 balloons to honor each first responder who died on September 11th, 2001. (Source: Whitehouse High school) TYLER, TX (KLTV) - It was a day to remember those who lost their lives on September 11, 2001, as well as an opportunity to honor....

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Pablo Escobar’s former assassin makes fun of pope, upsets public opinion in Colombia
. ‘s famous former hitman, “Popeye,” drew broad criticism over the weekend after making fun of Pope Francis while the church leader was visiting Colombia. The controversial assassin-turned-youtuber provoked the public outcry after on Twitter calling the pope “a madman surrounded by con men” and calling on Police to arrest the church leader.

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'Fight Church' pastor charged with forcible touching
HENRIETTA, N.Y. — Paul Burress , a charismatic, in-your-face pastor who gained fame for operating a fight club in his house of worship, has been accused of forcibly touching two women. Burress was for years a pastor at Victory Church, a large nondenominational Christian church.

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I won’t tolerate lazy, inept and corrupt staff, warns Mandago
Uasin Gishu Governor Jackson Mandago has said he will not entertain laziness, graft and poor services in his second term. On Saturday he flagged off the distribution of Sh100 million drugs to 121 hospitals. He said those who will steal the drugs and public resources will be dealt with harshly.

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Hands of Hope helps locally and nationally
HERRIN-- Folks in Herrin are banding together to send aid to those affected by Hurricane Harvey and now Hurricane Irma. The Hands of Hope Foundation of Southern Illinois got together to collect donations for those impacted by the storms. One local pastor says coming together to give back is....

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Supplies for hurricane victims stolen from church
BURLESON (CBSDFW.COM) – Burleson police are trying to track down who stole a church trailer filled with donated supplies for Hurricane Harvey victims. The trailer vanished from Joshua Baptist Church, along with the hope to help Harvey victims. “There was a feeling of guilt and sadness that we’d lost....

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Earth's revenge and demons in the wind: the most baffling theories about Hurricane Irma
To dive into the wide-ranging and rarely coherent collection of theories that ascribe motive - be it satanic, godly, Gaian or otherwise - to the movements of Hurricane Irma is to risk being immediately overwhelmed by them. They are endless and everywhere, from the mouth of Kirk Cameron to a mass....

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Students hold coin drive to help Houston school
Joanna Wilkerson joins students of the Wesleyan Christian Academy in their fundraising efforts for a Houston school damaged in Hurricane Harvey. The students and staff of Wesleyan Christian Academy are holding a “Help for Houston” coin drive to help repair a school in the Texas city that was damaged during Hurricane Harvey.

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Local church feeding Irma evacuees
SARALAND, AL (WALA) - Hurricane Irma has abruptly and inconveniently relocated many families from Florida to right here in Mobile and Baldwin counties. A local church is reaching out to those evacuees, offering a free meal and game night to anyone displaced by the storm. Church leaders are hoping the event can help ease their situation.

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Driver in Wyoming crash that killed priest expected to plead guilty Wednesday
Jeffrey R. Higgins will plead guilty this week to vehicular homicide in a July 9 accident that flipped his red Mustang and killed his passenger, the Rev. Christopher Coleman, according to court documents. He was charged and released on his own recognizance Aug. 30.

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The Latest: Greitens: Peaceful protesters will be protected
ST. LOUIS (AP) - The Latest on the Missouri governor's meeting with black faith leaders ahead of a ruling in a fatal police shooting (all times local): 4:10 p.m. Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens has assured black faith leaders in St. Louis that the rights of peaceful protesters will be protected if....

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Venezuela Prisons: 'Pranes' and 'Revolutionary' Criminality
In May 2011, a 26-year-old prison gang leader held 4,000 members of the Venezuelan security forces, backed by tanks and helicopters, at bay for weeks. Humiliated nationally and internationally, it pushed President Hugo Chávez into a different and disastrous approach to the prison system.

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The Latest: Greitens: Peaceful protesters will be protected
ST. LOUIS (AP) — The Latest on the Missouri governor’s meeting with black faith leaders ahead of a ruling in a fatal police shooting (all times local): 4:10 p.m. Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens has assured black faith leaders in St. Louis that the rights of peaceful protesters will be protected if....

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Coffee drinkers help housing projects
Coffee drinkers aid housing project. DONATION — From left are Melissa Wickham, Neal Babb, Zach Mitchell, Tamara Danel of Ginger Ford Northshore Fuller Center for Housing, Wesley Foundation Pastor and Director Sam Hubbard, Associated Pastor and Director Melissa Guerra, and Lilly Torbert with a....

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The Latest: Greitens: Peaceful protesters will be protected
ST. LOUIS (AP) The Latest on the Missouri governor's meeting with black faith leaders ahead of a ruling in a fatal police shooting (all times local): 4:10 p.m. Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens has assured black faith leaders in St. Louis that the rights of peaceful protesters will be protected if unrest....

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The Latest: Greitens: Peaceful protesters will be protected
ST. LOUIS (AP) — The Latest on the Missouri governor's meeting with black faith leaders ahead of a ruling in a fatal police shooting (all times local): 4:10 p.m. Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens has assured black faith leaders in St. Louis that the rights of peaceful protesters will be protected if....

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The Latest: Greitens: Peaceful protesters will be protected
ST. LOUIS The Latest on the Missouri governor’s meeting with black faith leaders ahead of a ruling in a fatal police shooting (all times local): 4:10 p.m. Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens has assured black faith leaders in St. Louis that the rights of peaceful protesters will be protected if unrest....

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God vs. gang? For some ex-gangsters in El Salvador, rehab happens at church
Wilfredo sits on a plastic chair inside Eben Ezer church, nestled in a gang-controlled neighborhood of El Salvador’s capital. It’s not hard to see why he’s a leader at the church: charismatic, completely bilingual, and polished in his button-down shirt – despite the sweltering heat.

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The Latest: Greitens: Peaceful protesters will be protected
ST. LOUIS (AP) The Latest on the Missouri governor's meeting with black faith leaders ahead of a ruling in a fatal police shooting (all times local): 4:10 p.m. Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens has assured black faith leaders in St. Louis that the rights of peaceful protesters will be protected if unrest....

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