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Storm-hit Houston strains from influx of evacuees, crime outbreak
By Ernest Scheyder. HOUSTON (Reuters) - Houston strained under the arrival of tens of thousands of people fleeing submerged homes and flooded roads on Wednesday, while some incidents of looting and armed robberies forced a midnight curfew. City officials prepared to vote to allocate $20 million to storm relief, said city Controller Chris Brown.

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In a storm, 'the church' is bigger than Joel Osteen's building
Amid a flood of near-biblical proportions, a mega-wealthy megachurch pastor sat in his Houston mansion, refusing to open his 16,000 seat sanctuary to Hurricane Harvey refugees. Apparently not. Prosperity gospel preacher Joel Osteen's Lakewood Church officially opened its massive doors as a storm shelter Tuesday.

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Storm-hit Houston strains from influx of evacuees, crime outbreak
HOUSTON (Reuters) - Houston strained under the arrival of tens of thousands of people fleeing submerged homes and flooded roads on Wednesday, while some incidents of looting and armed robberies forced a midnight curfew. City officials prepared to vote to allocate $20 million to storm relief, said city Controller Chris Brown.

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Slow down before passing judgment on Joel Osteen | Another View
We love Twitter, but let’s face it: The social media site feeds folks’ outrage and tempts us all to amplify hot uninformed takes on the day’s news. Whether the topic is protests gone bad around Confederate statues or tweets from our nation’s president, checking your Twitter feed — or piling onto the....

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Nigerian televangelist’s congregants prepared to pay for bail
The congregation of a charismatic Nigerian televangelist raised R100 000 to be used for his bail, if his second bail application in the Port Elizabeth Magistrates’ Court is successful. The 59-year-old pastor is facing charges of human trafficking, sexual assault and the rape of young girls.

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Column: A time for everything
King Solomon reflects on all of life and how all human activity is a part of a determined cycle. He expresses all of this in a beautiful poem with pairs of contrasts that reveal God’s sovereign design in creation itself, and the ever changing seasons of life.

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I inherited over N220bn debt, Akeredolu claims
Peter Dada, Akure. The Ondo State Governor, Mr. Rotimi Akeredolu, on Wednesday said he met a staggering debt of N220,588,125,731.00 when he assumed office in February 2017, saying the economic situation of the state was also in bad shape. Despite the economic condition, the governor said, his....

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Ohio mail carrier credited with rescuing injured elderly widow
Posted: 08/30/17, 12:30 PM EDT Updated: 2 hrs ago # Comments MASSILLON >> An Ohio mail carrier credited with rescuing an injured elderly widow lying helpless in her home says he knew something was amiss when the woman’s porch door wasn’t unlocked as usual for two straight days.

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China Forbids Children From Attending Church
Chinese officials issued warnings to hundreds of churches that no child is allowed to enter a church or attend religious services, even with their parents. Four regional governments began notifying churches of this new ban against children participating in religious activities as early as mid-August, according to Daily Mail .

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PHOTOS, VIDEOS: Harvey's rain is heaviest in history; flood defenses strained
4:15 p.m. Harvey has gained a bit of strength but stayed a tropical storm. Its winds increased from 45 mph to 50 mph. But the National Hurricane Center says that reading Tuesday afternoon may be unusual because it was from a low flying hurricane hunter airplane.

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Trump vows to ‘take care’ of Harvey victims. Most don’t have flood insurance.
Trump visits Texas, where a 'very frustrating' recovery awaits. President Trump stood on a fire truck in Corpus Christi, Texas, on Tuesday and told those gathered : "We love you. You are special. We are here to take care of you." Texans hammered by what was Hurricane Harvey and its relentless rain will need it.

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Church Page Bear Nec. 2017
Places of Worship Missoula CatholiC Parish saturday religious Page Winter sChedule 2017-2018 saturday saturday sunday sunday Blessed trinity CatholiC CoMMunity st. ann 1475 Eaton 721-2405 5:00 pm 10:00 am Bonner 258-6815 Reconciliation Sat. 4:00 PM Christ the King Home of Catholic Campus Ministry....

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Police ID teen suspect in fatal New Mexico library shooting
CLOVIS, N.M. (AP) - Authorities on Tuesday identified the gunman accused of opening fire inside a New Mexico public library as a 16-year-old high school student who they say killed a youth librarian and a second employee while wounding four people, including a 10-year-old boy. Witnesses said the teen seemed to fire randomly during the rampage.

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Friends of suspect express shock after Clovis shooting
CLOVIS, N.M. (KRQE) – KRQE News 13 KRQE News 13 is learning more about Nathaniel Jouett, the teen accused in a shooting rampage at a Clovis library. His high school girlfriend says she was with him on Sunday evening. She says he was in a good mood and nothing seemed wrong.

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The Latest: Hundreds wait to sign up for FEMA aid
5:50 p.m. Hundreds of people are waiting in line at the George R. Brown Convention Center to register with the Federal Emergency Management Agency for disaster assistance. Many evacuees arrived with what was in their pockets and nothing else. John Boyce lived in a west Houston apartment and had to be pulled out by boat.

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Pastor: New Mexico shooting suspect showed no warning signs
CLOVIS, N.M. (AP) — The suspected teen gunman who opened fire inside an eastern New Mexico public library, killing two people and wounding four, appeared to be turning his life around, volunteering at church and never missing a service, the youth's pastor said Tuesday as the small rural city of Clovis struggled to understand the violence.

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Police ID teen suspect in fatal New Mexico library shooting
CLOVIS, N.M. (AP) - Authorities on Tuesday identified the gunman accused of opening fire inside a New Mexico public library, killing two employees and seriously wounding four other people, as a 16-year-old high school student. They said he had two guns during the rampage in the small city of Clovis and that they plan to charge him as an adult.

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Police ID teen suspect in fatal New Mexico library shooting
CLOVIS, N.M. (AP) - Authorities on Tuesday identified the gunman accused of opening fire inside a New Mexico public library, killing two employees and seriously wounding four other people, as a 16-year-old high school student. They said he had two guns during the rampage in the small city of Clovis and that they plan to charge him as an adult.

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The Latest: Hundreds wait to sign up for FEMA aid
HOUSTON (AP) — The Latest on Tropical Storm Harvey (all times local): 5:15 p.m. In far North Dallas, hundreds of volunteers are handling a steady stream of cars, trucks and trailers loaded with water, diapers and other goods for hurricane relief. The drop-off point announced by the city of Dallas is....

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The Latest: Huge response of donations for Harvey in Dallas
HOUSTON (AP) — The Latest on Tropical Storm Harvey (all times local): 5:30 p.m. For the drenched Houston region, an end to the rain and a sunny day are almost in sight. But that's only because meteorologists forecast Harvey to come inland Wednesday, then slog through Louisiana and take its downpours north.

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Police ID teen suspect in fatal New Mexico library shooting
CLOVIS, N.M. (AP) - Authorities on Tuesday identified the gunman accused of opening fire inside a New Mexico public library as a 16-year-old high school student who they say killed a youth librarian and a second employee while wounding four people, including a 10-year-old boy. Witnesses said the teen seemed to fire randomly during the rampage.

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Police ID teen suspect in fatal New Mexico library shooting
CLOVIS, N.M. (AP) - Authorities on Tuesday identified the gunman accused of opening fire inside a New Mexico public library, killing two employees and seriously wounding four other people, as a 16-year-old high school student. They said he had two guns during the rampage in the small city of Clovis and that they plan to charge him as an adult.

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The Latest: Hundreds wait to sign up for FEMA aid
Flash flood watches are already posted for parts of Tennessee, southern Illinois and southeast Missouri. Those areas and Arkansas could get six or seven inches of rain, but it won't be anything like what southeast Texas got. The National Weather Service in Houston forecasts less of an inch for the....

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Police ID teen suspect in fatal New Mexico library shooting
CLOVIS, N.M. (AP) — Authorities on Tuesday identified the gunman accused of opening fire inside a New Mexico public library as a 16-year-old high school student who they say killed a youth librarian and a second employee while wounding four people, including a 10-year-old boy. Witnesses said the teen seemed to fire randomly during the rampage.

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The Latest: Hundreds wait to sign up for FEMA aid
Hundreds of people are waiting in line at the George R. Brown Convention Center to register with the Federal Emergency Management Agency for disaster assistance. Many evacuees arrived with what was in their pockets and nothing else. John Boyce lived in a west Houston apartment and had to be pulled out by boat.

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Police ID teen suspect in fatal New Mexico library shooting
CLOVIS, N.M. — Authorities on Tuesday identified the gunman accused of opening fire inside a New Mexico public library as a 16-year-old high school student who they say killed a youth librarian and a second employee while wounding four people, including a 10-year-old boy. Witnesses said the teen seemed to fire randomly during the rampage.

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