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Chicago's most violent neighborhoods brace for deadly summer
CHICAGO (AP) " Shaquisha Gibson-Posey pulls out a grisly cellphone photo of her murdered brother whenever her 15-year-old son complains of being cooped up in the house. This is why you can't go out in the neighborhood this summer, she tells him. Treshaun Carr takes special precautions when he walks....

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Chicago's most violent neighborhoods brace for deadly summer
In any season, a half dozen small communities on the south and west sides are dangerous places to be, accounting for more than half of Chicago's violent deaths in only a fraction of its 230 square miles. But as nearly 400,000 young people pour out of school for their three-month vacation, the....

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Nsobati Women’s Association Clocks 20
The Nsobati Women’s Association now has a national bureau. The executive bureau members were commissioned into function on Sunday June 19, 2016 during a cultural event at the Nso Community Hall in Simbock, Yaounde. The installation was part of celebrations to mark the 20 th anniversary celebrations....

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Woman found guilty in death of stepdaughter
TORONTO — A woman accused of killing her 17-year-old stepdaughter more than two decades ago was found guilty of second-degree murder on Monday after a trial which heard graphic evidence of the physical and emotional abuse suffered by the girl. Elaine Biddersingh, who had been charged with....

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Chicago's most violent neighborhoods brace for deadly summer
In any season, a half dozen small communities on the south and west sides are dangerous places to be, accounting for more than half of Chicago's violent deaths in only a fraction of its 230 square miles. But as nearly 400,000 young people pour out of school for their three-month vacation, the....

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New nonprofit coffee shop an experiment in entrepreneurship
In a city that has nonprofit restaurants, clothing shops, catering services and even a free furniture store, a full service nonprofit coffee shop was conspicuously absent. The Third Place on Fifth Street recently opened to fill that gap, specializing in imported African, and Central and South....

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Chicago's most violent neighborhoods brace for deadly summer
CHICAGO – Shaquisha Gibson-Posey pulls out a grisly cellphone photo of her murdered brother whenever her 15-year-old son complains of being cooped up in the house. This is why you can't go out in the neighborhood this summer, she tells him. Treshaun Carr takes special precautions when he walks down....

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Black churches put faith in tech labs 7 hours, 35 minutes | News
SAN FRANCISCO — For years, parishioners at the Calvary Hill Community Church have learned to live by the code. Now their children are learning a different kind: computer code. The San Francisco church is one of the first to take part in an initiative from Rev. Jesse Jackson's Rainbow PUSH Coalition to forge a new generation of computer programmers.

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Chicago's Most Violent Neighborhoods Brace for Deadly Summer
Shaquisha Gibson-Posey pulls out a grisly cellphone photo of her murdered brother whenever her 15-year-old son complains of being cooped up in the house. This is why you can't go out in the neighborhood this summer, she tells him. Treshaun Carr takes special precautions when he walks down the....

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Church helps woman, 80, who was robbed at Fort Lauderdale pharmacy
An 80-year-old woman, who said she had her life savings snatched while shopping in Fort Lauderdale has been enriched by the congregation of a church in Miami Gardens. Fort Lauderdale police are still searching for the man who stole $280 from Juana Hamilton as she stood at the checkout counter of a CVS pharmacy at 3501 Davie Blvd.

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Chicago's most violent neighborhoods brace for deadly summer
CHICAGO (AP) — Shaquisha Gibson-Posey pulls out a grisly cellphone photo of her murdered brother whenever her 15-year-old son complains of being cooped up in the house. This is why you can't go out in the neighborhood this summer, she tells him. Treshaun Carr takes special precautions when he walks....

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Chicago’s most violent neighborhoods brace for deadly summer
CHICAGO (AP) — Shaquisha Gibson-Posey pulls out a grisly cellphone photo of her murdered brother whenever her 15-year-old son complains of being cooped up in the house. This is why you can’t go out in the neighborhood this summer, she tells him. Treshaun Carr takes special precautions when he walks....

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Hoodlums set A’Ibom church ablaze for disturbing their operations with prayers
By Tom Moses. U YO- HOOLIGANS invaded the Mount Zion Gospel Church, Aka-Itiam Assembly, Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, weekend, sensationally setting the altar laden with music instruments on fire because the pastor and his members were frustrating their criminal operations in the area with constant prayers and day-to-day activities.

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Ize-Iyamu emerges PDP candidate for Edo governorship
The Peoples Democratic Party in Edo State has nominated Osagie Ize-Iyamu as its flag-bearer in the September 10 governorship election in the state. Mr. Ize-Iyamu, a lawyer and pastor, defeated two other challengers – Solomon Edebiri; and Mathew Iduoriyekemwen.

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Tinian Dynasty CW workers receive food, other donations
THE Tinian Mayor’s Office, the San Jose Parish Church and a women’s organization on Tinian are providing assistance to the CW workers whose barracks at the Tinian Dynasty Hotel & Casino have been disconnected from the Commonwealth of Utilities Corp. power grid.

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Ize-Iyamu Picks PDP Guber Ticket
Isaac Olamikan. Benin – Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu, has won the Edo State governorship primaries of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) as the flagbearer of the party in the September 10 election. In the contest, which was held in the indoor hall of the Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium, Benin, 584 party....

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Ize-Iyamu emerges PDP candidate for Edo governorship
The Peoples Democratic Party in Edo State has nominated Osagie Ize-Iyamu as its flag-bearer in the September 10 governorship election in the state. Mr. Ize-Iyamu, a lawyer and pastor, defeated two other challengers – Solomon Edebiri; and Mathew Iduoriyekemwen.

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Elaine Biddersingh, who confined stepdaughter, denied her food, found guilty of second-degree murder
TORONTO — A woman accused of killing her 17-year-old stepdaughter more than two decades ago was found guilty of second-degree murder on Wednesday. Elaine Biddersingh had pleaded not guilty in the death of Melonie Biddersingh, whose charred, malnourished body was found in a burning suitcase in an industrial parking lot north of Toronto in 1994.

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Stepmom found guilty of second-degree murder in death of Melonie Biddersingh
TORONTO - A woman accused of killing her 17-year-old stepdaughter more than two decades ago was found guilty of second-degree murder on Wednesday. Elaine Biddersingh had pleaded not guilty in the death of Melonie Biddersingh, whose charred, malnourished body was found in a burning suitcase in an industrial parking lot north of Toronto in 1994.

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Woman found guilty in death of stepdaughter
TORONTO — A woman accused of killing her 17-year-old stepdaughter more than two decades ago was found guilty of second-degree murder on Wednesday. Elaine Biddersingh had pleaded not guilty in the death of Melonie Biddersingh, whose charred, malnourished body was found in a burning suitcase in an industrial parking lot north of Toronto in 1994.

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Woman found guilty in death of stepdaughter
TORONTO — A woman accused of killing her 17-year-old stepdaughter more than two decades ago was found guilty of second-degree murder on Wednesday. Elaine Biddersingh had pleaded not guilty in the death of Melonie Biddersingh, whose charred, malnourished body was found in a burning suitcase in an industrial parking lot north of Toronto in 1994.

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Pastor Ize-Yamu wins Edo PDP governorship primary
Pastor Osagie Ize-Yamu has been elected as the governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party in the September 10 governorship election in Edo state. Three aspirants contested the primary election. Ize-Iyamu; a former member of the state House of Assembly defeated Matthew Iduoriyekemwen; and....

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10 things to know about the PDP man who could become Oshiomhole’s successor
– The battle line has been drawn between the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and All Progressives Congress (APC) for the governorship election coming up in a few months time. on Sunday, June 19, while Osagie Ize-Iyamu was declared winner of the PDP governorship primary election in the afternoon of Monday, June 20.

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Sunday, June 26
Today in History. Today is Sunday, June 26, the 178th day of 2016. There are 188 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On June 26, 2015, a divided U.S. Supreme Court, in Obergefell v. Hodges, ruled 5-4 that same-sex couples had the right to marry nationwide as it overturned bans in 14 states.

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This pastor is helping kids stay safe this summer
ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) - Food, face painting, music, and mimes! The Bread of Life Healing and Deliverance Center is families stay safe this summer. Pastor Travis J. Cox, from Bread of Life Healing and Deliverance Center, is hosting a clothing giveaway this Saturday at the church at 12 PM. He also recognizes that summer is a hard time for families.

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Woman found guilty in death of stepdaughter
TORONTO — A woman accused of killing her 17-year-old stepdaughter more than two decades ago was found guilty of second-degree murder on Wednesday. Elaine Biddersingh had pleaded not guilty in the death of Melonie Biddersingh, whose charred, malnourished body was found in a burning suitcase in an industrial parking lot north of Toronto in 1994.

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