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Hubway’s offering free bike rides for 24 hours Saturday
If you’ve ever wanted to ride a bike around Boston for free, now is your chance. Hubway, Boston’s bike sharing system, is teaming up with Blue Apron, a recipe and ingredient delivery company, to offer free 24-hour passes on Saturday, the company said in a statement Thursday. The free ride day is the first of […]
274 points by The Boston Globe | English-language films Boston Cambridge Massachusetts PASS Need Manager Station According to Jim
A free fitness festival will take over City Hall Plaza next weekend
If you’re a fan of free outdoor workouts, mark your calendars for next Saturday. The free Social Fitness Festival, a day-long celebration of “getting Boston moving,” will take over City Hall Plaza on September 17, the mayor’s office announced in a statement Wednesday. Organized in collaboration with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, the festival […]
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Bicyclist hit in Cobb County

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Man shot in Englewood
A man was shot early Thursday in the Englewood neighborhood.
5 points by Chicago Sun-Times | Hand Chicago According to Jim
Deadly train crash in northern Spain
A train traveling from the Spanish city of Vigo to Oporto in Portugal has "derailed causing deaths and injuries," according to officials.
622 points by CNN | Portugal Spain Iberian Peninsula The Spanish City According to Jim Mediterranean climate Whitley Bay
Migrant Children in Greece Detained Illegally, Report Says
Hundreds of migrant children and teenagers in Greece have been put in arbitrary and prolonged detention in breach of international and Greek law, according to a report by Human Rights Watch.
197 points by The Wall Street Journal | Human rights Law European Union Roman Republic Criminal justice According to Jim Human Rights Watch Greece
Cincinnati Zoo evacuated after reports of suspicious package
Cincinnati Police with bomb-sniffing dogs are investigating after reports of a suspicious package.
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Man reported missing from Bridgeport found
A 36-year-old man who was reported missing from the South Side Bridgeport neighborhood has been found.
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Man shot in Portage Park
A man was shot early Wednesday in the Portage Park neighborhood on the Northwest Side.
78 points by Chicago Sun-Times | United States Shot glass Chicago Community According to Jim
Family of autistic teen found dead says mom didn't kill him
They say Kimberly Lightwine and her son Austin Anderson were abducted and left to die.       
174 points by USA Today | Sheriff Murder Sheriffs in the United States Police Polk County Tennessee Anderson South Carolina According to Jim
At least 150 shots fired in deadly shooting

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Tragic ending for newborn twins captured hugging in photo that broke internet's heart
Mason and Hawk captured the internet's heart when a photo of the 11-day-old twins embracing each other was posted on Facebook, but now one of them has died from a congenital diaphragmatic hernia. Read Full Article at RT.com
958 points by Russia Today | English-language films Hernia Pregnancy Surgery Facebook Infant Healing According to Jim
SEE IT: Calif. man gives interview at burned-out home he looted
A California man was busted for stealing a truck and $30,000 worth of tools from a burned-out home.
80 points by Daily News | English-language films Desert The Station nightclub fire Theft According to Jim Armstrong College Palm Springs California Larceny
Study: Flint lead problem goes beyond pipes
Lead contamination in Flint may be caused by interior plumbing, a new study from the University of Michigan finds.        
54 points by Detroit Free Press | Replacements Zinc Professor Replacement Lead poisoning According to Jim Geordi La Forge
Police: Suspect fatally shot during Carpentersville store robbery
A person was fatally shot during a robbery Wednesday night in northwest suburban Carpentersville.
4 points by Chicago Sun-Times | Crime Robbery Shot glass According to Jim
2 killed in train-vehicle crash in Wayne
One man, one woman dead; 90 passengers and crew members aboard Amtrak train were unhurt        
-1 points by The Detroit News | Amtrak Michigan Detroit Illinois Chicago Police Death According to Jim
Power outage closes Prospect Mill Elementary in Bel Air Tuesday
A power outage caused by a severed line supplying the building closed Prospect Mill Elementary School near Bel Air Tuesday morning, according to Harford County Public Schools. The outage was reported at approximately 7 a.m., at which time the HCPS Facilities Department personnel and BGE were notified,...
-1 points by Baltimore Sun | High school Harford County Maryland Education According to Jim Primary school Independent school
Man hurt in West Garfield Park shooting
A man was wounded in a shooting early Wednesday in the West Garfield Park neighborhood on the West Side.
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Driver in critical condition after Northwest Side crash
A man was critically injured in a crash early Wednesday on the Northwest Side.
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Friends, family still in shock over Aurora man's killing
Outside her little sister's third birthday party in Aurora, 17-year-old Alexis Lucio watched her godfather dying. She saw him get shot, and ran to him and held him in her arms where he fell on the street on Aurora's east side Sunday night. "His last words were 'I got hit, I got hit," Alexis said....
-1 points by Chicago Tribune | Family Police English-language films Crime According to Jim
'Taco trucks on every corner' Trump surrogate accused of scams
Gutierrez and his wife were accused for using the bankruptcy court on at least 14 occasions.
1084 points by Daily News | Real estate Woman Money Donald Trump Bill The Surrogates Ivana Trump According to Jim
Detroit girl, 12, dies after being electrocuted
Police say she was playing in the front yard of her home with a friend when she came into contact with downed wires       
-1 points by The Detroit News | St. Mary's According to Jim Niagara Falls State Park Electrical engineering England
Father faces charges after his son, 8, tells police they smoked marijuana together

281 points by Atlanta Journal Constitution | English-language films Automobile Midland Pennsylvania Adoption Complaint Family Mother According to Jim
Victim shot and killed in east Houston
According to initial reports, one person was shot and killed shortly before 8 p.m. Wednesday in the 400 block of Cartersville, officials said.
1 points by The Houston Chronicle | Criminal law According to Jim
Crash partially closes Interstate 90 east near West 25th Street
A three-vehicle crash on Interstate 90 eastbound has closes the left lanes of the highway Wednesday afternoon, police said. CLEVELAND, Ohio -- A three-vehicle crash has closed three lanes of Interstate 90 east near the West 25th Street exit, police said.  The crash was reported about 4 p.m. Wednesday, according to OhGo.com. The traffic site states that the left lanes are closed. Cleveland police warn that three lanes are shut down from the West 25th Street exit to the interchange with Interstate 176. It's unclear if anyone was injured in the crash. Drivers should avoid the area and expect delays. This post will be updated when more information about the crash is available.
11 points by The Plain Dealer | Road Freeway Lane Midwestern United States According to Jim
16 Wayne County district courts offering help with old traffic tickets
The amnesty programs for delinquent cases helps people save money while still settling financial obligations        
-1 points by Detroit Free Press | Wayne County Michigan Detroit Summons Metro Detroit Anthony Wayne According to Jim Wayne State University
Longtime Detroit TV anchor Rich Fisher dies
Rich Fisher died Friday at age 67 after a battle with cancer of the esophagus, according to family        
-2 points by The Detroit News | Detroit WXYZ-TV The Detroit News Bill Bonds According to Jim
Robots could take over millions of jobs in the next 15 years – report
Millions of jobs in the UK are in jeopardy because of robots taking over various sectors of the labor market. Read Full Article at RT.com
-1 points by Russia Today | Artificial intelligence United Kingdom Johnny Hawksworth A Good Thing Economics Economist Million According to Jim
Police investigate officer-involved shooting
Police late Thursday were investigating an officer-involved shooting in east Houston.
-1 points by The Houston Chronicle | Police According to Jim Houston
Pastor: Ex-hookers’ anointed cake turned gay man straight
A Texas pastor claims an “anointed cake” baked by hookers had the power to turn a gay bar owner straight. In a rambling Periscope video, Lance Wallnau, who is an evangelist from Dallas, responded to a viewer’s request for deliverance for her gay son. Wallnau, who has 200,000 Facebook followers, said last week that he...
27 points by New York Post | Admission to the bar in the United States Baking Bar association Witchcraft Religion Bar According to Jim Easy-Bake Oven
Mark Sanchez joins Bears’ sad quarterback group
Mark Sanchez has fumbled his way to his next team. The journeyman quarterback, formerly dubbed the “Sanchise” during his time with the Jets, reached an agreement with the Bears Thursday, according to NFL Network. Chicago, which inked Mike Glennon to a three-year, $43.5 million contract two weeks ago, now has the veteran Sanchez to back...
3 points by New York Post | 2009 NFL Draft Chicago Bears 2008 NFL season National Football League Denver Broncos Jay Cutler American football According to Jim
Heidelberg Project gallery forced to relocate from Midtown
Heidelberg Project's Midtown Gallery in Detroit is moving out as neighborhood project is dismantled        
-2 points by Detroit Free Press | Detroit Heidelberg Project Tyree Guyton Arson 2016 Construction According to Jim Leap year starting on Friday
Havre de Grace mayor seeks re-election, faces former HdG mayor
Wayne Dougherty, Havre de Grace's former four-term mayor, spent the past two years traveling and spending time with his granddaughter, but now he wants to get back into the political arena and has filed as a candidate for mayor in this spring's city election. The mayor's office, held by Bill Martin,...
-2 points by Baltimore Sun | Harford County Maryland According to Jim City council Municipality Mayor Havre de Grace Maryland Councillor Susquehanna River
Richard Simmons' brother discusses fitness guru's personal life
The hummingbirds are sooo worth it!
-1 points by Daily News | Question Richard Simmons Beard According to Jim Phantom Records Cooking
Football: Marvin Sanders takes leave from Loyola
Loyola football coach Marvin Sanders has requested a "personal leave" to focus on his family, according to a letter sent to Loyola faculty by Principal Frank Kozakowski. It has been approved for the rest of the school year. Kozakowski is expected to announce on Friday who will take over Sanders'...
-1 points by Los Angeles Times | High school College High School Musical Year English-language films Twitter Leave According to Jim
SWAT team responding to home in Edgewater
A Chicago Police SWAT team was responding on Thursday evening to an incident at a home in the Edgewater neighborhood on the North Side.
-1 points by Chicago Sun-Times | SWAT Police The Edgewater North According to Jim Los Angeles Police Department
See President Trump do his best trucker impression
President Trump hearts trucks.         
-1 points by Arizona Republic | No One Knows Road According to Jim
Suicide car bomb kills at least 18, injures up to 25 in Somali capital
At least 18 people have been killed and up to 25 wounded on Sunday in a reported suicide car bomb blast that ripped through a busy market in Mogadishu, Somalia, Reuters cited a local official as saying. Read Full Article at RT.com
3 points by Russia Today | Attack Road Somalia Attack! BLAST Security The Road According to Jim
Russia & Turkey-brokered Syria ceasefire has more chances than any other – UN Syria envoy
UN Special Envoy Staffan de Mistura has praised the joint efforts of Russia and Turkey to broker peace in Syria, and has urged the international community to support it. Read Full Article at RT.com
141 points by Russia Today | Option Israel Assumption of Mary Ceasefire Support Military terminology According to Jim Technical support
Man, 28, shot in Jeffery Manor
A man was shot Saturday night in the Jeffery Manor neighborhood on the Far South Side.
3 points by Chicago Sun-Times | Polish American Cook County Illinois Brother Rice High School Chicago According to Jim
Wheaton woman wins $250K lottery prize
A west suburban Wheaton woman recently won $250,000 playing an Illinois Lottery Crossword ticket.
2 points by Chicago Sun-Times | Paul Newman Chicago metropolitan area Prize According to Jim Shock 1948 in literature
2 men charged with breaking into health food store: Evanston police
Evanston police arrested two men Thursday in connection with an early morning burglary at a local specialty grocery store. Nicholas A. Economos, 29, of the 2800 block of West Glenlake in Chicago, and Alejandro J. Elvira, 21, of the 9200 block of Fairway Drive in Des Plaines, were each charged with...
30 points by Chicago Tribune | Burglary Whole Foods Market Grocery store Lake Shore Drive Health food Felony According to Jim Crime
Cops fatally shoot man who allegedly opened fire on them in NYC
Cops shot a man to death during a furious exchange of gunfire in Brooklyn Thursday, officials said.
1495 points by Daily News | Sergeant Rock music Officer Automobile A&M Records The Police Shot glass According to Jim
Man arrested in Los Angeles in connection with pipe bombs found in Denver hotel
A Denver man was arrested in West Los Angeles Thursday by law enforcement, ABC News reports.
1 points by The Denver Post | Los Angeles American Broadcasting Company According to Jim City Los Angeles County California Western United States Los Angeles Police Department Santa Monica California
MRIs might spot early signs of autism in babies
MRIs may detect autism in high-risk babies under 12 months old, according to new research. In what’s been deemed a first-of-its-kind study, scientists predicted which infants would become diagnosed with autism at 2 years old. According to a study published this week in Nature, researchers used the scans to examine babies’ brains at 6 months,...
-2 points by New York Post | Brain Infant Brain tumor Toddler Human brain Scan Old Testament According to Jim
Man shot to death in Avondale
A man was shot to death Thursday morning in the Avondale neighborhood on the Northwest Side, according to Chicago Police.
903 points by Chicago Sun-Times | Transport Wound Injuries Diet Death According to Jim Humans Automobile
Multiple people shot, at least one killed, in Brighton Park
Multiple people were shot Wednesday afternoon in the Brighton Park neighborhood on the Southwest Side.
761 points by Chicago Sun-Times | Texas Dallas San Antonio Southwestern United States Native Americans in the United States Southwest Conference According to Jim
Man, 92, arrested on suspicion of killing wife on Valentine's Day
A 92-year-old man was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of fatally shooting his wife during a dispute, Los Angeles police said. The Valentine’s Day slaying began as an argument at the couple’s home in the 1700 block of West 60th Street, according to LAPD Officer Mike Lopez. During the dispute, the...
57 points by Los Angeles Times | Los Angeles Police Department Los Angeles Police According to Jim
Mother-daughter duo busted in prostitution sting
The apple apparently doesn’t fall far from the tree. A mother-daughter duo from New Jersey was busted in an undercover prostitution sting at a Motel 6 in Florida, a report says. Tanja Gammon, 57, and Darcel Gammon, 31, were both arrested last Tuesday in Kissimmee after authorities stumbled upon an ad for their “services” on...
682 points by New York Post | Arrest Vagina New Jersey The Cop Bathroom Undercover The Smoking Gun According to Jim
MC Sports files for bankruptcy, will liquidate assets
Grand Rapids-based MC Sports filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and will immediately begin liquidating all of its stores.        
1669 points by Detroit Free Press | Bankruptcy Chapter 7 Title 11 United States Code Adidas Chapter 11 Title 11 United States Code Marketing Sport According to Jim Chapter 13 Title 11 United States Code