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Hundreds remember Tampa football icon John Reaves
"In 1983-84, there were four of us that were 37 years old and head coaches in pro football. Four of us," Spurrier told a standing-room-only audience inside South Tampa Fellowship Church. "One guy lasted one year and got fired, the other two got fired in mid-season, and never were head coaches again." Spurrier cleared his throat, then continued.

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Community mourns loss of Southport Lt. Aaron Allan
Mourners file past Lt. Aaron Allan as community prepares to say final goodbyes to Southport police officer FOX59 News (@FOX59) Officials speaking during funeral: Gov. Holcomb, Sen. Donnelly, Southport Mayor McClure, Indy Mayor Hogsett, Southport Police Chief Vaughn FOX59 News (@FOX59) Law....

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‘Love you, brother. Be safe.’ Friends, state officials remember Southport Lt. Aaron Allan
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – They gathered to remember the life of a man who answered the call of duty and never shied away from it. An estimated 2,000 people came to Bankers Life Fieldhouse Saturday to remember the life of Lt. Aaron Allan, who was killed while responding to a crash on Thursday, July 27. He leaves behind a wife and two children.

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5:17 PM Local pastor says JSO officer put gun in his face after being pulled over because of window tint
LOCAL: Jacksonville teen missing for weeks Pastor Darien Bolden said he was profiled in part because of the car he was driving, a 2014 Mercedes S550. Bolden said he was in the Springfield neighborhood looking at potential investment properties when he was stopped by two officers. “I'm minding my own business, I've got my seat belt fastened.

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Speaker Challenges Nkrumah As Founder Of...
Accra, Aug. 5, GNA - Professor Michael Aaron Ocquaye, the Speaker of Parliament on Friday cautioned against the politicisation of national issues, and challenged the position of Dr Kwame Nkrumah as the Founder of modern Ghana. At a public lecture delivered in Accra, Prof Oquaye, a Historian,....

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Carnival celebrates the spirit of giving
Some 700 beneficiaries, including needy residents and those from 10 social service organisations, attended a carnival organised by the Adam Road Presbyterian Church yesterday. Among those enjoying the food and games was Ms Nurul Ain, 23, a beneficiary of the Singapore Cancer Society.

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Georgetown pastor accused of burning down church faces additional federal charges for health care fraud
Tune in to WMBF News Thursday at 6 p.m. and Friday at 6 a.m. for the latest suspects from the Horry County Sheriff's Office. More >> Tune in to WMBF News Thursday at 6 p.m. and Friday at 6 a.m. for the latest suspects from the Horry County Sheriff's Office.

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Transgender Bill fails to change life of the community
When she settles into the ladies’ seat in a Kerala state transport bus, neither the conductor nor other passengers express any objection, though some of them do take a second and third look. In a grey t-shirt and brown jeans, with her hair pulled back in a ponytail and the remnants of mehndi on her....

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Georgia church reopening for 1st time after 2016 hurricane
BRUNSWICK, Ga. (AP) - A coastal church in Georgia plans to reopen for its first Sunday service in 10 months after Hurricane Matthew last fall sent smelly floodwaters surging into its sanctuary and adjourning buildings. It's been a slow rebuilding and recovery period for Cavalry Baptist Church in Brunswick.

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Tourist season fills churches Up North
CROSSLAKE, Minn. Order Reprint Each Sunday morning hundreds of lake-loving faithful park their cars in a grassy field here that once hosted a drive-in movie theater. Some sync their radios to the religious service held on the stage ahead, while others pull out lawn chairs to enjoy a church that defies the summer slump of its urban neighbors.

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Georgia church reopening for 1st time after 2016 hurricane
BRUNSWICK, Ga. (AP) - A coastal church in Georgia plans to reopen for its first Sunday service in 10 months after Hurricane Matthew last fall sent smelly floodwaters surging into its sanctuary and adjourning buildings. It's been a slow rebuilding and recovery period for Cavalry Baptist Church in Brunswick.

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Two Baptist megachurches hope to bridge racial divide
Two Nashville-area churches, one predominantly black and the other predominantly white, hope a new partnership will foster racial reconciliation. Mount Zion Baptist Church, of Nashville, and Brentwood Baptist Church, kicked off the partnership Saturday with free health screenings, free backpacks and school supplies at Hadley Park in Nashville.

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Feds Investigate Explosion That Shook Minnesota Mosque
An explosion rattled a suburban Minneapolis mosque early Saturday morning, authorities said. There were no injuries, but a room in the building was damaged and worshipers were shaken. The blast at Dar Al-Farooq Islamic Center in Bloomington happened just after 5 a.m.

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Ralph Colby, minister, entrepreneur and nonprofit exec, dies at 85
He went on to success as a business entrepreneur and nonprofit manager and returned to the ministry in his 60s. Colby, who died last month at 85 of Lewy Body Dementia, was regarded by friends and family as a kind, thoughtful man with a twinkle in his eye. He also was decisive and, arguably, feared no evil.

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Community where dead relatives receive payment, carton of beer before daughters are given out in marriage
Otukpa in Benue state is unique community given her customs and traditions in the area of marriage. It's a community where age long customs dictate that parents demand hefty price before women of marriageable age are given out in marriage. In the unique customs of Otukpa- a mountainous community....

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Women rape pastor in Zimbabwe
Three women have appeared in court after a pastor says he was raped. Two of the women are alleged to have pinned the man down on a bed while the third carried out the sex attack. A magistrates’ court in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, was told that the victim was owed money by the attackers and he went to their home to collect it.

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Phenix City Councilman Johnnie C. Robinson Jr. passes away
PHENIX CITY, AL (WTVM) - The City of Phenix City has announced that District 2 Councilman, Dr. Johnnie C. Robinson, Jr., passed away Thursday, August 3. Robinson was elected to the District 2 seat August 2016 and took office last November. According to the city council, he was a married father of 5 and a native of Pensacola, Florida.

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Churches chip away at guns with buyback program
Beaumont police officers McCauley (left) and Proenza work the gun collection table, checking weapons before sealing them in manila envelopes and loading them into a police vehicle during the gun buyback program held Friday at Cathedral Church. The church was one of five locations throughout Beaumont that took part in the event.

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U.A.W. Accuses Nissan of ‘Scare Tactics’ as Workers Reject Union Bid
Advertisement Continue reading the main story For their part, anti-union workers highlighted the U.A.W.’s contributions to local civil rights and religious groups, accusing the union of seeking to buy support in the African-American community. In the end, though, basic economics combined with a fear of change may have carried the day.

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Family hopes marijuana compound will stop child's seizures
FORT WORTH — One FDA-sanctioned study of cannabis oil is offering children with severe seizures something that has been in short supply in their young lives: hope. Kadience Mulanax and her parents don't know whether she'll receive the cannabidiol, a compound derived from marijuana, or a placebo.

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Missing California Woman Survives on Bugs, Dirty Cattle Water
Cattle at a water trough. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) A woman who went missing from from her home was found Aug. 4 surviving on bugs and water from a cattle trough. The Modesto, California, woman told authorities that she ate two grasshoppers and one fly, according to a report by AP.

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Family hopes marijuana compound will stop child's seizures
FORT WORTH — One FDA-sanctioned study of cannabis oil is offering children with severe seizures something that has been in short supply in their young lives: hope. Kadience Mulanax and her parents don't know whether she'll receive the cannabidiol, a compound derived from marijuana, or a placebo.

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Gulf travelblog: Gulf Shores beach is great in the rain
The waves of Gulf Shores roll in on (from left) Riley Argyle, Lori Wade, Haley Argyle, Tinley Argyle, Sadie Argyle and Tricia Tramel. (Photo by Brian Wade) Rain fell steady in Baldwin County Alabama on Friday morning. Then rain fell hard. So we did what you ought to do when it’s raining and your 800 miles from home.

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The role of the church in the Anioma identity crisis
That the Aniomas speak much of Igbo language has its root on the invasion of the church in the area. I have often been confronted with questions such as: If the Aniomas are not Igbos, how come they speak Igbo? This got me into some research and I discovered that the Aniomas are conglomeration of....

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Britain extradites 'miracle baby' pastor to Kenya
By AFP yesterday in World Televangelist Gilbert Deya was extradited to Kenya from Britain on Friday and charged with stealing children and presenting them as "miracle babies" born due to prayer. Deya denied five counts of stealing children and was remanded in custody in a Nairobi court, until August 10 when a bail hearing is scheduled.

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Women rape pastor in Zimbabwe
Three women have appeared in court after a pastor says he was raped. Two of the women are alleged to have pinned the man down on a bed while the third carried out the sex attack. A magistrates’ court in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, was told that the victim was owed money by the attackers and he went to their home to collect it.

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