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Human Remains Found Where Ex-Pastor Said He Buried Woman
Authorities have found human remains where a former Florida pastor said he buried a woman's body nearly five years ago. Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office Capt. Mike Card told The Northwest Florida Daily News ( http://bit.ly/1SUKNhX ) the remains were found Friday in James Ty Flanders' former backyard in Ocean City.

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Buffalo Peacemakers increasing presence around schools
BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — Ali Ingersoll, News 4 Reporter The Buffalo Peacemakers are a well-known community group which has a presence at city-wide events and around neighborhoods. Now, they’re increasing their visibility at schools. “We need to increase our numbers to kind of guard from individuals....

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Former Palma Ceia United Methodist member gets prison for embezzling church funds
"You literally stole from God," U.S. District Judge Richard Lazzara told Ellis in a federal courtroom Friday. "And what really bothers me is you grew up in this church." Moments later, Lazzara sentenced Ellis to a year and a day in federal prison for what he called a sophisticated, systematic scheme to swindle Palma Ceia United Methodist Church.

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Man accused of killing daughter turns self in, flees
ROOSEVELT ‘Timmy’ Thomas, the man accused of killing his three-year-old daughter Leashay, last night escaped police custody hours after he was taken in by a pastor. Police said last night that Thomas reported to the Savanna-la-Mar Police Station in Westmoreland and was later transferred to the....

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Human remains found where ex-pastor said he buried woman
OCEAN CITY, Fla. (AP) — Authorities have found human remains where a former Florida pastor said he buried a woman’s body nearly five years ago. Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office Capt. Mike Card told The Northwest Florida Daily News (http://bit.ly/1SUKNhX ) the remains were found Friday in James Ty Flanders’ former backyard in Ocean City.

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School leaders drenched as reward for meeting fundraising goal
Sacred Heart students who raised thousands of dollars during the school's annual marathon received a much-anticipated reward — seeing a teacher, principal and pastor get drenched. Sacred Heart School held its annual marathon this spring. The 2-mile run/walk raised money for the school, with separate goals for students to shoot for.

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Local Meek: Roof Told Me About Massacre Beforehand
Charleston, SC (WLTX) - The friend of the man charged with killing nine people at a Charleston church admitted in court Friday that he knew key details of the massacre plan days before it happened. Joey Meek entered a guilty plea Friday afternoon at the federal courthouse in Charleston before Judge Richard Gergel.

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Human remains found where ex-pastor said he buried woman
OCEAN CITY, Fla. – Authorities have found human remains where a former Florida pastor said he buried a woman's body nearly five years ago. Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office Capt. Mike Card told The Northwest Florida Daily News (http://bit.ly/1SUKNhX ) the remains were found Friday in James Ty Flanders' former backyard in Ocean City.

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Human remains found where ex-pastor said he buried woman
OCEAN CITY, Fla. (AP) — Authorities have found human remains where a former Florida pastor said he buried a woman's body nearly five years ago. Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office Capt. Mike Card told The Northwest Florida Daily News (http://bit.ly/1SUKNhX ) the remains were found Friday in James Ty Flanders' former backyard in Ocean City.

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Human remains found where ex-pastor said he buried woman
Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office Capt. Mike Card told The Northwest Florida Daily News (http://bit.ly/1SUKNhX ) the remains were found Friday in James Ty Flanders' former backyard in Ocean City. The newspaper reports the 47-year-old Flanders pleaded guilty Thursday to manslaughter in the October 2011 death of 37-year-old Marie Jane Carlson.

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Human remains found where ex-pastor said he buried woman
OCEAN CITY, Florida Authorities have found human remains where a former Florida pastor said he buried a woman's body nearly five years ago. Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office Capt. Mike Card told The Northwest Florida Daily News ( http://bit.ly/1SUKNhX ) the remains were found Friday in James Ty Flanders' former backyard in Ocean City.

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911 call released from crash that killed 4 UGA students
She was in a lot of pain, but able to dial 911 after a car pulled into her lane on Ga. 15, Abby Short told a 911 operator. “The car slid in front of me and I couldn’t stop,” Short said in the call, released Friday afternoon. “I’m just hurting a lot. I’m sorry.” Short survived the crash Wednesday night, but four others did not.

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Georgia students seek solace after crash claims 4 students
ATLANTA One of two survivors of a car crash that killed four University of Georgia students earlier this week remained in critical condition Friday, a hospital spokesman said. Students prayed, wept and consoled one another on the Athens campus. The hashtag #GeorgiaStrong trended on social media.

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Here and Now
A weekly one hour program, airing on Channel 7, that's dedicated to covering the issues and interests of the African-American community in the New York tri-state area. THIS WEEK on Here and Now: May 1, 2016 Coming up, creating life-long memories for youngsters facing incredible challenges: the garden of dreams prom.

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The Supreme Court said it might intercede if a federal ...
foxnews.com meldet: Maybe he should have downloaded them Poof of Heaven was just one selfie away, says South African pastor Mostsoeneng Mboro, until thieves scuttled his plan to show it to the world by stealing his smartphone . Pastor says his pictures of heaven were lost when phone was stolen.

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Biopics face the music on how artists really lived Just ...
Dazu schreibt sfgate.com weiter: The Uncovered Story of Indian Enslavement in America No other book has so thoroughly related the broad history of Indian slavery in the Americas, and not just its facts but the very reason it has been overlooked Most Blessed of the Patriarchs Thomas Jefferson and the....

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Astrophysicists attached to the Southern African Large ...
Artikel von foxnews.com: Maybe he should have downloaded them Poof of Heaven was just one selfie away, says South African pastor Mostsoeneng Mboro, until thieves scuttled his plan to show it to the world by stealing his smartphone . Pastor says his pictures of heaven were lost when phone was stolen.

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A total of 33 lions rescued from abuse in Peruvian and ...
foxnews.com schreibt weiter: Maybe he should have downloaded them Poof of Heaven was just one selfie away, says South African pastor Mostsoeneng Mboro, until thieves scuttled his plan to show it to the world by stealing his smartphone . Pastor says his pictures of heaven were lost when phone was stolen.

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Starbucks will invest R130m in South Africa over the next ...
Dazu berichtet foxnews.com: Maybe he should have downloaded them Poof of Heaven was just one selfie away, says South African pastor Mostsoeneng Mboro, until thieves scuttled his plan to show it to the world by stealing his smartphone . Pastor says his pictures of heaven were lost when phone was stolen.

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Can Baltimore Police Change One Year After Freddie Gray’s Death?
From his fourth-floor window, Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis can see both the city’s humming downtown and its scarred west side, where a series of events set off by a black man’s death in police custody just over one year ago led, among many other things, to Davis sitting in this office right now.

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NEBC Outreach Ministry set to launch 'God’s Kitchen'
The New Emmanuel Baptist Church’s, McLean’s Town Outreach Ministry, under the leadership of president, Deacon Randy Reckley, will host for the first time a program aptly named ‘God’s Kitchen’ geared towards feeding senior citizens residing in the eastern settlement of McLean’s Town.

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Father of murdered child still at large
Up to late last night, the father of the three-year-old St James child who turned himself in to police Wednesday, only to flee from custody yesterday, has still not been found. Roosevelt 'Timmy' Thomas turned himself over to the Freeport police and was subsequently interrogated in relation to the....

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Local Meek Admits to Knowing Key Details of Church Massacre
Charleston, SC (WLTX) - The friend of the man charged with killing nine people at a Charleston church admitted in court Friday that he knew key details of the massacre plan days before it happened. Joey Meek entered a guilty plea Friday afternoon at the federal courthouse in Charleston before Judge Richard Gergel.

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Sauce and Song event will benefit Youngstown Connection
YOUNGSTOWN. Spend part of Sunday afternoon helping a worthy cause, listening to wonderful music and eating good food at St. Patrick Church. The final Sauce and Song event of the season will benefit Youngstown Connection, which is traveling to Europe this summer. Proceeds from the spaghetti dinner, which runs from 11:30 a.

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Christians Called to Resist Trump's Bigotry
The press is concerned with polls and primaries, numbers of delegates, and the reporter's hopes for exciting contested conventions. But many faith leaders are concerned with the moral quality of our national discourse -- how much fear, division, and even hate are dominating over trust, compassion, and even love.

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Georgia Students Seek Solace After Crash Claims 4 Students
The sole survivor of a car crash that killed four University of Georgia students earlier this week remained in critical condition Friday, a hospital spokesman said. Students prayed, wept and consoled one another on the Athens campus. The hashtag #GeorgiaStrong trended on social media.

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