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He saw the flames, he saw the danger and still, he rushed to help
On a morning like any other, Turner Lagpacan was driving to work when he passed a traffic accident that was about to change his life and earn him two prestigious awards. Lagpacan, a former Sedgwick County EMT, was one of 23 people nationwide who received a Carnegie Medal for heroism last week.

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S. Carolina megachurch ousts founder as senior pastor
GREENVILLE, S.C. (AP) - Leaders of a South Carolina megachurch say its founder has been ousted as senior pastor over issues including alcohol use. The Greenville News reports ( https://goo.gl/2Uth7r ) that another one of the church's pastors, Shane Duffey, announced at a Sunday service that NewSpring Church had removed the Rev.

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News Minute: Here is the latest South Carolina news from The Associated Press at 11:40 a.m. EDT
ANDERSON, S.C. (AP) - Leaders of a South Carolina megachurch say its founder has been ousted as senior pastor over issues including alcohol use. The church's executive pastor, Shane Duffey, announced at a Sunday service that NewSpring Church had removed the Rev. Perry Noble on July 1. CHARLOTTE, N.C.

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In Religious Services, Americans Seek Healing After Violence
In religious services around the country Sunday, Americans mourned and sought to heal after a week in which five law enforcement officers were killed in Dallas and two African American men died in fatal shootings by police in Minnesota and Louisiana. At The Potter's House megachurch in Dallas, Bishop T.

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Here and Now
June 26, 2016 Coming up, 50 years of educating children at the Storefront Academy in Harlem. Also ahead, schools devastated by Boko Haram terrorist in Nigeria get help from the women of a New Jersey church. Plus, a new movie, "Where Hearts Lie" set in Brooklyn, and taking on some tough topics: single parenting and mental illness.

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How to enjoy a corruption-free day
If enough honest people in a corrupt nation refuse to pay bribes, say experts, corruption would start to disappear. But how to rally the honest to take such a stand? On Wednesday, the southern African country of Zimbabwe showed the world what might be possible.

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Dallas sniper victims included fathers, volunteers, veteran
They were spouses and parents. They volunteered in schools and at church. And they had sworn to serve and protect. The five officers killed in Thursday’s sniper attack in Dallas are being remembered for their character and service to others. The attack also injured seven officers and two civilians. Here’s a closer look at the victims: A COPS’ COP.

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Peaceful protests held in Charlotte in wake of deadly officer-involved shootings
CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - After Alton Sterling and Philando Castile were shot and killed by police officers this week, protesters throughout the nation rallied against this kind of violence. On Saturday, the Black Lives Matter movement continued those rallies in Charlotte.

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Tri-State churches grapple with message in wake of violence
Clergy addressed the difficult challenges faced by the nation today in the wake of two black men shot and killed by police in Minnesota and Louisiana, as well as an attack on police that left five officers dead in Dallas. They spoke of the searing violence that has ripped across the nation and turned horribly tragic.

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Dallas sniper victims included fathers, volunteers, veteran
They were spouses and parents. They volunteered in schools and at church. And they had sworn to serve and protect. The five officers killed in Thursday’s sniper attack in Dallas are being remembered for their character and service to others. The attack also injured seven officers and two civilians. Here’s a closer look at the victims: A COPS’ COP.

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Community Rallies To Pray For Jenks Coach Allan Trimble
JENKS, Oklahoma - A community prayer rally will be held Sunday night for Jenks Trojans Head Football Coach Allan Trimble. Trimble, who has coached at Jenks since 1991, was recently diagnosed with ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig disease. It is a progressive disease that affects the brain, spinal cord and muscle movement.

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Zimbabwe: Anger, Fear Grip Harare Protest Hotspots
Fires from burning tyres that raged fiercely last week on most roads in Harare's Epworth and Mufakose during the mass protests have since fizzled into black soot. But for the communities and the victims of police brutality, the memories are still fresh and will remain etched in their minds for a very long time.

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Edo 2016: Over 100 PDP youths defects to APC
No fewer than 100 youths in Oredo Local government Area of Edo state, yesterday defected to the All Progressives Congress, APC from the People’s Democratic Party, PDP saying Mr Godwin Obaseki’s agenda for Edo people is 100 percent guaranteed. The youths under the aegis of 100 Per Cent Edo Youth....

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Preach through character: Church pays homage to Edhi
KARACHI: Instead of words, we should preach through our character and follow the path of Jesus and people like humanitarian Abdul Sattar Edhi, said pastor Saith Gill at Central Brooks Memorial Church on Sunday morning where special prayers were offered.

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Osinbajo’s wife visits family of murdered Redeemed preacher
Adelani Adepegba Abuja. The Wife of the Vice President, Mrs. Dolapo Osinbajo, on Sunday, visited the family of the late Assistant Pastor of the Divine Touch Parish of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Abuja, who was murdered while evangelising, Saturday morning. The 42 year-old mother of seven, Mrs.

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Dallas Sniper Victims Included Fathers, Volunteers, Veteran
They were spouses and parents. They volunteered in schools and at church. And they had sworn to serve and protect. The five officers killed in Thursday's sniper attack in Dallas are being remembered for their character and service to others. The attack also injured seven officers and two civilians. Here's a closer look at the victims: A COPS' COP.

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Photos, videos: More than 100 arrested in Alton Sterling protests in Baton Rouge; 8 firearms confiscated, police say
Advocate staff photo by BRIANNA PACIORKA -- Cars honk as they drive by protesters holding signs along Airline Highway during a protest held at BRPD headquarters on Saturday, July 9, 2016. Advocate staff photo by BRIANNA PACIORKA -- Police in riot gear line up on Airline Highway during a protest held near BRPD headquarters on Saturday, July 9, 2016.

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'Gloucester Park is a safe place' - 4,500 descend for CityFest days after latest stabbing
Church leaders have defended the reputation of Gloucester Park which hosted a hugely successful community event today. An sparked fears the park was becoming a no-go area after dark and demands for CCTV. The One Church community has since stepped in to defend the park, which hosted CityFest and attracted 4,500 people.

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Myers Park Presbyterian church elects Dallas minister as new head pastor
Joseph Clifford was unanimously voted in as head pastor at Myers Park Presbyterian Church on Sunday. He is currently a pastor at First Presbyterian Church in Dallas, Texas. He will take over at Myers Park Presbyterian in mid-September. By Kiana Cole. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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In Religious Services, Americans Seek to Heal From Week of Violence
In religious services around the country Sunday, Americans mourned and sought to heal after a week in which five law enforcement officers were killed in Dallas and two African American men died in fatal shootings by police in Minnesota and Louisiana. At The Potter's House megachurch in Dallas, Bishop T.

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Influential Dallas pastor turns service into town hall
DALLAS - It was Thursday evening, and pastor T.D. Jakes was at home, laying out his clothes for the next day, when he saw the first live TV scenes of a sniper targeting officers who had been escorting a downtown rally against police violence across the nation. By the time the rampage ended, five officers were dead.

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US pastor supportive of LGBT rights ordered to leave Russia
MOSCOW (AP) " An American pastor who supports LGBT rights has been detained in Russia and ordered to leave the country. Citing his lawyer, the Tass state news agency reported Sunday that 72-year-old pastor Jim Mulcahy of the Metropolitan Community Church has been fined the equivalent of $30 and given five days to leave Russia.

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Dallas pastor T.D. Jakes says fatal police shootings have left nation frustrated, fatigued
DALLAS - It was Thursday evening, and pastor T.D. Jakes was at home, laying out his clothes for the next day, when he saw the first live TV scenes of a sniper targeting officers who had been escorting a downtown rally against police violence across the nation. By the time the rampage ended, five officers were dead.

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Wichita bracing for the return of Summer of Mercy protests
WICHITA, Kan. (AP) - Twenty-five years after tumultuous mass protests led to nearly 2,700 arrests outside local abortion clinics, Wichita is bracing a Summer of Mercy anniversary that supporters hope will draw hundreds of activists. The Wichita Police Department has spent months putting together a....

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Newspring pastor leaving church
ANDERSON, SC (FOX Carolina) - Newspring pastor Perry Noble is stepping down as head pastor. The church confirmed at service on Sunday morning that Pastor Perry Noble will step down. The church released a statement made by Noble that said: "I depended on alcohol for my refuge instead of Jesus and....

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US pastor supportive of LGBT rights ordered to leave Russia
MOSCOW (AP) — An American pastor who supports LGBT rights has been detained in Russia and ordered to leave the country. Citing his lawyer, the Tass state news agency reported Sunday that 72-year-old pastor Jim Mulcahy of the Metropolitan Community Church has been fined the equivalent of $30 and given five days to leave Russia.

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