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Official: Some 200 pot plants found in executed Ohio family's grow op
The source said the size of operation indicates it was being grown for sale not for personal use. Each plant could produce about one pound of marijuana. A pound of high-grade quality marijuana has a street value of about $2,000. A second law enforcement source said that investigators are looking at....

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After shootings of children, Detroit Police call for peace
In the wake of shooting deaths of two children – and the recent injuring of a third – Detroit Police Chief James Craig announced a new initiative to work more closely with neighborhood groups, as well as step up enforcement tactics. “I’ve always said that one loss regardless of age is one too many,”....

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Nevers Mumba Loses Ground; MPs Desert His MMD
Nevers Mumba has admitted he has lost ground in reaching out to President Edgar Lungu over a possible alliance with the ruling Patriotic Front ahead of the August 11 general elections. Mumba whose MMD house has fallen apart is currently in Eastern Province where all but one Member of Parliament from his party have endorsed President Lungu.

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Update: Memorial Fund has been established for the Rhoden Family
All eight autopsies have been completed. Search warrants have not yet been filed with the court. Roadblocks leading to the crime scenes will remain in place until the scenes are released by law enforcement. Sheriff reader would like to express his thanks to every county sheriff in Ohio for offering assistance, manpower and equipment.

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Arnold churches recall victims of Chernobyl disaster
Updated 18 hours ago Yaroslav Koval was 13 when one day in school, during a math lesson, he and his classmates were stricken with nosebleeds. The adults got headaches. They wouldn't learn the cause for a week — radiation from the disaster at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, 300 miles from his village of Volodymyrtsi in Ukraine.

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Mustafizur Rahman’s career took wings from the back of his ...
Dazu schreibt voanews.com weiter: A new report says many of the official presidential campaign apps are not properly protecting privacy Cyber security firm, Symantec says more than half of the apps it tested “may expose” personal data The apps for Republican candidates Ted Cruz and John Kasich were....

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Edo 2016: PDP sets up 15-man c’ttee
By Simon Ebegbulem. BENIN—AHEAD of the 2016 governorship election in Edo State, the state Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, has set up a 15-man committee to interact with the governorship aspirants of the party with a view to having peaceful and successful primaries. Ize-Iyamu, Onaiwu, Edebiri and Iduriyekemwen.

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Baltimore still mending after Gray death
. Kate Snow speaks to Pastor Jamal Bryant about Sunday's "Unity March" in Baltimore, and how Maryland's largest city is still healing from the death of Freddie Gray in 2015. Plus: Pastor Bryant explains why he's supporting Bernie Sanders in 2016. Duration: {{video.duration.

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Ohio shooting: DeWine says drug cartel in killings not ruled out
for the latest breaking news. UPDATE@3:50 p.m.: Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine called our newsroom this afternoon to discuss the case. He said although he would not ruled out the fact that members of a drug cartel may have killed the eight members of the Rhoden family, there’s no evidence at this time to indicate that that’s the case.

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Monroe pastor charged in child's assault Read Story
MONROE, N.C. -- A pastor in Monroe has been arrested and charged with taking indecent liberties with a child. Monday morning, Monroe Police arrested 36-year-old Ahmed Lee and charged him with indecent liberties with a child and assault on a child under 12.

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Nation-Now Why pastor husband opted to forgive Amanda Blackburn's killers
INDIANAPOLIS — When Davey Blackburn came home to find his wife lying on the floor , gravely injured, his first thought was that something went horrifically wrong with her pregnancy. “When I found her still breathing, I thought, ‘This is bad, but if we can get her to the hospital, she is going to be....

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Pastor whose wife was murdered last year says he forgives her kil
It's been only five months since Pastor Davey Blackburn lost his wife and unborn child to armed home intruders, but he’s already forgiven them. Their cases still pending, authorities believe Larry Taylor, Jalen Watson and Diano Gordon broke into the Blackburns' Indianapolis home Nov.

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Prosecutors investigate Facebook threat against one of the eight family members killed in Ohio slayings as it's revealed that the area where they were murdered has historic ties to Mexican cartels
Reader added: 'This was very methodical. This was well planned. This was not something that just happened.' The eight victims were Christopher Rhoden Sr, 40, his 16-year-old son, Christopher Rhoden Jr; 44-year-old Kenneth Rhoden; 38-year-old Gary Rhoden; 37-year-old Dana Rhoden; 20-year-old Clarence....

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Monroe pastor charged with indecent liberties with a child
UNION COUNTY, NC (WBTV) - Police in Monroe Police charged a local pastor Monday with sex crimes against a child that allegedly happened in 2014. Ahmed Lee, 36, is charged with indecent liberties with a child and assault on child under 12. Investigators said both charges stem from an alleged assault....

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Autopsies completed in shooting massacre that killed 8 Ohio relatives
Medical teams on Monday finished the autopsies of eight family members shot and killed in a total of four different homes in southern Ohio, as officials revealed the investigation had uncovered three marijuana growing operations. “This was a preplanned execution of eight individuals,” Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine said.

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Rice and rice products may expose infants to arsenic
It’s not clear yet whether the arsenic will affect their health down the line. “We knew rice cereal was a typical first food for babies – but we knew very little about how common it is to feed infants rice cereal in the U.S., or about the timing of introduction of rice cereal,” said lead author....

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Rice and rice products may expose infants to arsenic
By Kathryn Doyle. (Reuters Health) – Infant rice cereal and rice snacks contain some arsenic, and babies who eat these products have higher levels of arsenic in their urine, a study shows. It’s not clear yet whether the arsenic will affect their health down the line.

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House Bill 2 sit-in at McCrory’s office ends with handshakes instead of arrests
A sit-in outside Gov. Pat McCrory’s office Monday ended without arrests after House Bill 2 protesters met with the governor’s chief of staff, Thomas Stith. The NAACP organized the protest, which included chanting, singing and praying on the first floor of the old Capitol building.

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German Pastor declares himself an anti-Semite
NEW YORK CITY A pastor for the Lutheran Church boasted that he and a writer who promotes a boycott of Israel in the city of Bremen are both anti-Semites, prompting the Simon Wiesenthal to call for his dismissal on Thursday. The pastor, Volker Keller, who is a member of the Bremen city government....

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West Englewood slaying: Third brother shot in seven years
Davon Barrett gathered at a home in West Englewood Sunday to celebrate and remember. A friend had just gotten out of jail, and it was the birthday of his younger brother slain seven years ago, according to family and police. As he sat on the porch in the 2000 block of West 68th Place, someone fired....

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South water filtration plant could be renamed for Eugene Sawyer
Chicago’s south water filtration plant would be renamed in honor of former Mayor Eugene Sawyer, under a resolution quietly introduced by the City Council’s most powerful alderman and by the former mayor’s son. Ald. Roderick Sawyer (6th), chairman of the City Council’s Black Caucus, acknowledged....

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I trust him. He is genuine says Staggies pastor friend
I trust him. He is genuine, says Staggies pastor friend. News24 Tuesday 26th April, 2016 Cape Town - Former gang leader Rashied Staggie was very disappointed when he and three others were arrested for allegedly being in possession of expensive stolen whisky and cigars, his friend said on Monday.

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Shouting match erupts at rally over HB2
A single supporter of the law got into a shouting match Monday with several people at a rally against the law on the grounds of the state's 19th century Capitol building. The middle-aged white man in sunglasses and a blue shirt shouted that the law's opponents are sick and can't tell a man from a woman.

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Arnold churches recall victims of Chernobyl disaster
Updated 14 hours ago Yaroslav Koval was 13 when one day in school, during a math lesson, he and his classmates were stricken with nosebleeds. The adults got headaches. They wouldn't learn the cause for a week — radiation from the disaster at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, 300 miles from his village of Volodymyrtsi in Ukraine.

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Father of embattled Psalm Okpe collapses, dies in Abuja
Embattled founder of Fresh Oil Ministry, Apostle Psalm Okpe has lost his father, Pastor Nathaniel Usman Okpe. Elder Okpe died on Sunday after being in coma for about three weeks. An insider hinted DAILY POST that Elder Okpe passed away at the National Hospital, Abuja.

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Former Pennsylvania senator Harris Wofford to marry long-term partner Matthew Charlton
'I don’t categorize myself based on the gender of those I love. I had a half-century of marriage with a wonderful woman, and now am lucky for a second time to have found happiness.' Mr Wofford lost his wife Clare to leukemia in 1996, They married in 1948 after meeting while he was serving in the U.S.

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