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As storm hits Florida, Haitians try to help family on island
MIAMI (AP) " Nurses and doctors have been delayed by temporary airport closures in South Florida, unable to travel to those in Haiti injured by the hurricane that has killed hundreds. Warehouses collecting medicine, food and other supplies have been at a standstill.

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As storm hits Florida, Haitians try to help family on island
As a humanitarian crisis unfolds in their homeland, Haitian-Americans are eager to help. But Matthew, in addition to threatening the U.S., is complicating the relief effort. About 20 organizations had to suspend operations ahead of Matthew's arrival on Thursday.

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As storm hits Florida, Haitians try to help family on island
A boy removes mud and water from his house after Hurricane Matthew flooded it in Les Cayes, Haiti, Thursday, Oct. 6, 2016. Two days after the storm rampaged across the country's remote southwestern peninsula, authorities and aid workers still lack a clear picture of what they fear is the country's biggest disaster in years.

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Wallingford minister: ‘I’m only here for Haiti’ WALLINGFORD — A local missionary group will send a relief team to help with the devastation caused by Hurricane Matthew,
WALLINGFORD — A local missionary group will send a relief team to help with the devastation caused by Hurricane Matthew, which killed more than 300 people and left 350,000 Haitians in need of immediate aid. A group of about eight people from Wallingford’s Bethesda Evangelical Mission will travel to Haiti on Oct.

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As storm hits Florida, Haitians try to help family on island
MIAMI (AP) — Nurses and doctors have been delayed by temporary airport closures in South Florida, unable to travel to those in Haiti injured by the hurricane that has killed hundreds. Warehouses collecting medicine, food and other supplies have been at a standstill.

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As storm hits Florida, Haitians try to help family on island
MIAMI Nurses and doctors have been delayed by temporary airport closures in South Florida, unable to travel to those in Haiti injured by the hurricane that has killed hundreds. Warehouses collecting medicine, food and other supplies have been at a standstill. As a humanitarian crisis unfolds in their homeland, Haitian-Americans are eager to help.

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As storm hits Florida, Haitians try to help family on island
By JENNIFER KAY Associated Press. MIAMI (AP) - Nurses and doctors have been delayed by temporary airport closures in South Florida, unable to travel to those in Haiti injured by the hurricane that has killed hundreds. Warehouses collecting medicine, food and other supplies have been at a standstill.

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As storm hits Florida, Haitians try to help family on island
By JENNIFER KAY Associated Press. MIAMI (AP) - Nurses and doctors have been delayed by temporary airport closures in South Florida, unable to travel to those in Haiti injured by the hurricane that has killed hundreds. Warehouses collecting medicine, food and other supplies have been at a standstill.

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‘My pastor husband conspired to sacrifice me for ritual’- Wife
•Patience at the private home & •Pastor Uchenna. Pastor Joseph and Patience were said to have had their wedding introduction in 2014 and were planning for a church wedding when the wife got pregnant and gave birth to a boy about seven months ago which has put the wedding plans on hold.

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As storm hits Florida, Haitians try to help family on island
MIAMI (AP) — Nurses and doctors have been delayed by temporary airport closures in South Florida, unable to travel to those in Haiti injured by the hurricane that has killed hundreds. Warehouses collecting medicine, food and other supplies have been at a standstill.

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As storm hits Florida, Haitians try to help family on island
By JENNIFER KAY Associated Press. MIAMI (AP) - Nurses and doctors have been delayed by temporary airport closures in South Florida, unable to travel to those in Haiti injured by the hurricane that has killed hundreds. Warehouses collecting medicine, food and other supplies have been at a standstill.

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As storm hits Florida, Haitians try to help family on island
MIAMI (AP) — Nurses and doctors have been delayed by temporary airport closures in South Florida, unable to travel to those in Haiti injured by the hurricane that has killed hundreds. Warehouses collecting medicine, food and other supplies have been at a standstill.

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‘My pastor husband conspired to sacrifice me for ritual’- Wife
Confusion is presently playing out between the family of Pa Ohelimo Joseph from Abakaliki, Ebonyi State and his son in-law Pastor Uchenna Joseph, who hails from the same town, over alleged plans by the pastor to sacrifice their daughter Patience for ritual purposes. •Patience at the private home & •Pastor Uchenna.

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As storm hits Florida, Haitians try to help family on island
By JENNIFER KAY Associated Press. MIAMI (AP) - Nurses and doctors have been delayed by temporary airport closures in South Florida, unable to travel to those in Haiti injured by the hurricane that has killed hundreds. Warehouses collecting medicine, food and other supplies have been at a standstill.

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News 29 mins ago 4:24 p.m. Missouri police officer slain; teen charged with murder
ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. A St. Louis County police officer died after being shot in Green Park in south St. Louis County Thursday morning. Blake Snyder, 33, had served four years with the St. Louis County Police Department. He leaves behind a wife and a 2-year-old son.

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As storm hits Florida, Haitians try to help family on island
By JENNIFER KAY Associated Press. MIAMI (AP) - Nurses and doctors have been delayed by temporary airport closures in South Florida, unable to travel to those in Haiti injured by the hurricane that has killed hundreds. Warehouses collecting medicine, food and other supplies have been at a standstill.

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As Storm Hits Florida, Haitians Try to Help Family on Island
Nurses and doctors have been delayed by temporary airport closures in South Florida, unable to travel to those in Haiti injured by the hurricane that has killed hundreds. Warehouses collecting medicine, food and other supplies have been at a standstill. As a humanitarian crisis unfolds in their homeland, Haitian-Americans are eager to help.

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As storm hits Florida, Haitians try to help family on island
By JENNIFER KAY Associated Press. MIAMI (AP) - Nurses and doctors have been delayed by temporary airport closures in South Florida, unable to travel to those in Haiti injured by the hurricane that has killed hundreds. Warehouses collecting medicine, food and other supplies have been at a standstill.

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As storm hits Florida, Haitians try to help family on island
MIAMI Nurses and doctors have been delayed by temporary airport closures in South Florida, unable to travel to those in Haiti injured by the hurricane that has killed hundreds. Warehouses collecting medicine, food and other supplies have been at a standstill. As a humanitarian crisis unfolds in their homeland, Haitian-Americans are eager to help.

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Norris Burkes | Addicted to love from all the wrong places
(Partially excerpted from Norris Burkes’ new book, “Thriving Beyond Surviving.”) Robert Palmer scored a hit with his song “Addicted to Love.” However, if you’re addicted to “love” from all the wrong places, you’ll net the wrong kind of fame. Just ask former U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner or Maj. Gen. David Haight.

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Jail for man who set church sign on fire
A disgruntled former member of Lighthouse Evangelism church, who was suffering from delusional disorder, placed joss sticks and chicken heads outside the church in Woodlands on several occasions. But Cyrus Teo King Huat, 44, was caught on camera when he set fire to a sign bearing Lighthouse Evan- gelism's name on May 13.

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Boy's prayer makes difference in life Read Story Casey Cumley
"Make sure James is safe," said Jordan Cox. The soft words of 8-year-old Jordan praying with his family for Capt. James Steffens are having a lasting impact on the 28-year veteran. "It’s going to live with me because it hit that reset button because this little kid’s got our back," said Steffens, of the Pasco Sheriff's Office.

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Services set for Rev. Wilma R. Johnson, Detroit pastor
Four services have been set for the late Rev. Wilma Robena Johnson, pastor of New Prospect Baptist Church in Detroit. Rev. Johnson died Sept. 30 after a 12-year battle with cancer. She was 64. On Thursday, a public viewing is scheduled from 4 - 8 p.m. at Swanson Funeral Home, 14751 W. McNichols in Detroit.

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Tickets available for WomenRising annual gala Oct. 26; 2 to be honored
Susan Levin, left, a professor at the Stevens Institute of Technology, and Rev. Frank Morris, right, a pastor of christian education and biblical counseling, will be honored at the WomenRising Gala on Oct. 26. (Courtesy photos) – WomenRising will honor two notable Hudson County advocates – Professor Susan Levin and the Rev.

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2 Defendants in New York Church Beating Case Take Plea Deals
Two leaders of a secretive New York church pleaded guilty Friday to their involvement in a violent all-night "counseling session" that left one young man dead and another severely injured. The church's matriarch, Traci Irwin, and her son Daniel Irwin, a deacon, accepted plea deals in Oneida County....

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Tampa Jewish center's fence draws mixed reviews
"The most unwelcoming thing we could approve," City Council member Yvonne Yolie Capin said of the fence along N Howard Avenue. But the Tampa Jewish Community Centers and Federation sees the fence as an unfortunate necessity in a hazardous world. "You need to create environments that you're able to....

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