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State probes chemical spill in UGA campus stream

5 points by Atlanta Journal Constitution | University of Georgia Athens Georgia Athens Banner-Herald Clarke County Georgia Chemical substance Water pollution Carlton Street Report
LAPD and L.A. County sheriff unveil phone app for reporting terrorist activity
Los Angeles-area residents who witness potential terrorist activity can now report the details to law enforcement using their smartphones. On Thursday, the LAPD and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department unveiled a new phone app called iWATCHLA that makes filing a report as simple as a few...
186 points by Los Angeles Times | Police Terrorism Los Angeles Police Department Los Angeles Downtown Los Angeles Federal Bureau of Investigation Report Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department
FAA warns airline passengers not to use Samsung smartphone
Aviation safety officials took the extraordinary step of warning airline passengers not to turn on or charge a new-model Samsung smartphone during flights following numerous reports of the devices catching fire. WASHINGTON -- Aviation safety officials took the extraordinary step of warning airline passengers not to turn on or charge a new-model Samsung smartphone during flights following numerous reports of the devices catching fire. The Federal Aviation Administration issued the warning Thursday night, citing "recent incidents and concerns raised by Samsung about its Galaxy Note 7 devices." It is extremely unusual for the FAA to warn passengers about a specific product. Passengers were also urged not to put the phones in checked bags. Samsung recently stopped selling the phones and recalled more than 2 million of them after reports that the phones have spontaneously caught fire. In one case, a family in St. Petersburg, Florida, reported a Galaxy 7 phone left charging in their Jeep caught fire, destroying the vehicle.
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State officials still not tracking mental health spending
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - California officials still haven't taken steps to better track how $2 billion a year in voter-approved funding for mental health is spent, according to a critical report by a state watchdog, despite an audit 19 months ago that raised the same concerns. The Little Hoover Commission ...
-1 points by The Washington Times | Report Associated Press California Finance Mental disorder Hoover Commission Sacramento California Nevada
3-vehicle crash shuts down part of Eastex Freeway

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Mother of boy dead in closet pleads not guilty to murder
LOS ANGELES (AP) - The mother of a severely malnourished 11-year-old boy found dead in a closet has pleaded not guilty in Los Angeles to charges of murder and child abuse. City News Service reports Veronica Aguilar remains jailed on $2 million bail after entering her pleas Thursday. The 39-year-old ...
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Prep school abuse victims file complaints about psychologist
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Two victims of sexual abuse at the elite Rhode Island boarding school St. George's have filed complaints with state licensing officials about the school's former psychologist.
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Report: 2 dead after train hits truck in Wayne
Police say the crash happened as the truck tried to go around crossing gates that were down.        
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Report: 2 dead after Amtrak train, truck collide in Wayne
Police say the crash happened as the truck tried to go around crossing gates that were down.        
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Hazmat team responds to leak at East Huntingdon site
The Westmoreland County Hazardous Materials Response Team is reporting hazmat units are responding to a leak of an unspecified liquid from a tank at the DNP Imagingcomm America Corp. in East Huntingdon.
-1 points by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | Report Westmoreland County Pennsylvania Safety Youngwood Pennsylvania East Huntingdon Township Westmoreland County Pennsylvania United States Hazardous materials Dangerous goods
Creepy clown reports continue, and clowns are not happy
First there were the reports in Greenville County, S.C., of creepy clowns offering children money to come into the woods. Mike Becvar, a professional clown who goes by the name Sir Toony Van Dukes and who runs the website Just For Clowns, said anxiety about the incidents has been stoked by media coverage. The Winston-Salem Police Department said officers responded to a call around 8:30 p.m. Sunday of a person dressed in a clown costume offering treats to children. The report said the person - wearing white overalls and red shoes, with red bushy hair, a white face and a red nose - fled once officers arrived. Police could not locate the clown, described as having red curly hair, wearing a mask, a yellow dotted shirt and blue pants.
89 points by The Houston Chronicle | North Carolina Report Costume
State data: Substantiated child abuse claims rose in 2015
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - New state data shows there were more than 4,200 substantiated child abuse claims last year, an increase of 863 from the year before.
-1 points by The Philadelphia Inquirer | Child abuse Report Neglect State Pennsylvania Sovereign state Human sexual behavior United States
University of Texas survey: 1 in 7 female students raped
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Nearly 15 percent of female undergraduates at the University of Texas at Austin reported being raped in a survey released by officials at the 50,000-student campus Friday.
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London terror attack asks uncomfortable questions of MSM
In the immediate aftermath of the terror attack in London, issues related to the 24-hour news cycle, the proliferation of smartphones, and ethical boundaries when sharing graphic information online have all come under intense scrutiny. Read Full Article at
-1 points by Russia Today | Journalism Attack Mass media Attack! Victim United Kingdom The Victim Report
Embattled ACS misses city’s deadline for annual report
The beleaguered Administration for Children’s Services has failed to deliver its annual report by the city’s deadline, an oversight mandate created by Bill de Blasio when he was a city councilman. The ACS-reporting law was designed to provide detailed information of the agency’s work to both to the public and to the City Council. The...
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Man shot by officer after opening fire near zoo dies
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - Police says a man shot by an officer after opening fire at residents, cars and police officers in Oakland died hours later at a hospital. Oakland Police spokeswoman Officer Johnna Watson says the man was identified as 32-year-old Jesse Enjaian. Watsons says officers were called to ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | Hunting Officer AS Watson The Washington Times Report
State: More Alabama hunters reporting deer kills
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - Alabama's wildlife agency says more hunters are reporting the number of deer they kill in the state under a new, mandatory system. A statement from the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources says hunters had reported killing about 81,000 deer in the state as of ...
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CU chancellor Phil DiStefano says he wasn’t required to report domestic violence allegations against Joe Tumpkin
University of Colorado Chancellor Phil DiStefano said Thursday he decided not to report domestic violence allegations against an assistant football coach because he didn't believe he had to, based on his reading of university policy.
1 points by The Denver Post | Domestic violence Violence Violence against women Child abuse University Decision theory Report Policy
Bogus Times scoops on Trump, Russia are recycled propaganda
Take a deep breath and realize how precious little substance there is in all the breathless reporting about supposed skulduggery by President Trump, his team and the Russian government. If the nation’s lucky, the coming congressional probes — and whatever surfaces from the apparent ongoing FBI investigation — may one day provide some clarity. Hostile,...
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Cleveland man stabbed in face, kicks robber in groin during home invasion
A 68-year-old man was stabbed in the face during a home invasion in Cleveland's Brooklyn Centre neighborhood. CLEVELAND, Ohio -- A 68-year-old man kicked a robber in the groin after he was stabbed in the face during a home invasion in the city's Brooklyn Centre neighborhood. The man was taken to MetroHealth Wednesday in critical condition, police said. No arrests have been made, but police listed a suspect in the police report. The attack happened about 6:15 p.m. at the man's home on West 33rd Street, between Denison and Archwood avenues. The robber pushed his way into the man's apartment, police said. He demanded the man's keys and wallet. He threatened to kill him and stabbed him in the face with a box cutter, according to police reports. The man fought back and kicked the robber in the groin, according to police. The robber stabbed him a few more times while shoving him into a back room, police reports say. The robber grabbed the man's keys and stole his 2007 Chevrolet Impala, police reports say. Neighbors told police they heard loud screams and heard the 68-year-old man gasping for air in the hallway. They found him bleeding from the face and tried to help stop the bleeding by putting pressure on the stab wounds, according to police.  Officers found the man lying in a pool of blood in the hallway. They also reported seeing a trail of blood through the man's apartment, according to police reports.   The man told police he knew the robber because he gave him a ride to Bedford on Tuesday, police reports say. Later that day, the robber took the man's phone, but the man was able to get it back, according to police reports. The apartment manager told police the suspect is illegally squatting in the apartment after a conviction for abduction in April. If you would like to comment on this story, please visit Thursday's crime and courts comments section. 
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10 Texas departments belatedly file reports on officer-involved shootings
In the last two weeks, 10 Texas police departments rushed to belatedly file reports on fatal officer-involved shootings as required by a ground-breaking 2015 state law. Two weeks ago, the Houston Chronicle and the American Statements published stories about how those reports – which law enforcement agencies must  submit to the Texas Attorney General's office when an officer is shot or shoots someone else – had not been filed by a dozen departments in accordance with state law. The stories are part of an on-going series on the shootings of unarmed Texans called Point of Impact. Just two reports on fatal shootings remain missing as of Feb. 16. All shootings occurred since Sept. 1, 2015, when the reporting requirement took effect.
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Marc Anthony is dating a 21-year-old model following divorce
Marc Anthony traded in his wife for a younger model.
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Norway sees job prospects improving in oil and gas
Daniel J. GraeberFeb. 16 (UPI) -- The number of job vacancies in the Norwegian economy moved higher, with oil and gas prospects showing early signs of recovery, the government reported.
5 points by UPI | Federal government of the United States United Press International Petroleum Report U.S. state Economics Norway Sovereign state
Venezuelan Government Pulls Plug on CNN
The Venezuelan government shut off CNN in Spanish in apparent response to a story about government employees selling fraudulent passports. The story had drawn an angry response from government officials. According to an Associated Press report, the government’s National Telecommunications Commission issued a statement calling the move an “administrative sanction” made in response to CNN... Read more »
102 points by Variety | Venezuela Politics of Venezuela Democracy Constitution of Venezuela United States Report Middle East TeleSUR
Verizon nearing Yahoo merger after negotiating a discount
Looks like Yahoo’s one billion users will indeed become part of the Verizon family. The wireless giant is close to inking a revised a deal to acquire the web portal after negotiating a $250 million discount off its original $4.8 billion purchase, according to a report. Verizon’s original deal, agreed to back on July 25,...
6 points by New York Post | Yahoo! AOL Time Warner Web portal Google Class action Victim Report
Millennium Films in Sale Talks With China’s Recon (Report)
Avi Lerner’s Millennium Films /Nu Image may be in sale talks with Chinese financier Recon group, according to reports. Bloomberg News Tuesday reported two unnamed sources close to Recon suggesting that Recon might attempt to buy Los Angeles-based producer and sales agent Millennium. Bloomberg’s sources said that Recon might use its Shenzhen-listed subsidiary Recon Wenyuan... Read more »
14 points by Variety | Virgin Media Avi Lerner Bloomberg Television Report Sales Bloomberg L.P. According to Jim American Jews
Oakland Raiders DE Aldon Smith investigated in domestic incident
The Sports Xchange Oakland Raiders defensive end Aldon Smith could be in more trouble.
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Michael Flynn's truly horrible week in Washington
Not so good, Flynn-y.
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Report: Drone crashes in southern Iranian port town
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) - An Iranian semi-official news agency is reporting that a drone belonging to the Iranian navy has crashed in the southern port town of Jask. The Sunday report by Tasnim, which has ties to the military, said thick smoke rose from the crash site in downtown Jask, ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | Iran Port Report English-language films Harbor Military United Arab Emirates Abbas Kiarostami
Fort Payne day care closed; state investigating
FORT PAYNE, Ala. (AP) - A Fort Payne day care has been closed, and an Alabama Department of Human Resources investigation is underway. State officials say Kidemics surrendered its license on Thursday. WAFF-TV reports ( ) deficiency reports show 46 pages worth of problems at the day care. One of ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | Alabama Fort Payne Alabama Little River Canyon National Preserve Huntsville Alabama U.S. state The Washington Times Report The Station nightclub fire
De Blasio using tax money to fund app tracking his campaign promises
Taxpayer money is being spent on an internally used app that tracks how Mayor de Blasio has addressed his campaign promises — and some say it looks like nothing more than a tool to help him get re-elected. Hizzoner’s office released on Friday a “progress report” based on the data the app has been tracking,...
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17 dead, scores injured in football match stampede in Angola – hospital chief
Some 76 people got trampled, 17 of them to death, as hundreds of fans stormed stadium gates to try and get to a football match in Angola. People had to walk over one another and got suffocated as the crowd surged, hospital officials say. Read Full Article at
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In his words: What DA Seth Williams has said about ethics lapses
Here's what Williams has had to say over time about the ethics issues.
-2 points by The Philadelphia Inquirer | 2016 Office Official Political action committee Grand jury Report Ethics Request for Comments
Iran launches surface-to-air missile, reports say
The reported launch comes days after Ayatollah Ali Khamenei mocked President Trump.       
2256 points by USA Today | Iran Report President of the United States Republic Federal government of the United States Iranian Revolution Economy of Iran Zoroastrianism
Tech giants donated to Trump inauguration, report says
Amazon, Google, Facebook and Microsoft quietly supplied support to the inauguration, Politico says.       
101 points by USA Today | Google Silicon Valley United States presidential inauguration President of the United States Inauguration Accountable Fundraising Report Immigration to the United States
Police: Woman called 911 to say she shot her ex in the head
MIDDLETOWN, Ohio (AP) — Police in southwest Ohio say a woman called 911 to report that she shot her ex-husband in the head during an argument.
-2 points by Arizona Daily Star | Leo White Jess Robbins Report Woman 9-1-1
Northwestern probes reports of sex assault, drugging at frat houses
Northwestern University officials are investigating reports that several students may have been sexually assaulted and drugged at fraternity houses, according to a report. In one incident, four female students “were possibly given a date-rape drug” at the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity house in Evanston on Jan. 21, the Chicago Sun-Times reported, citing a security alert...
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9-year-old girl calls police while driving with ‘drunk’ father
A terrified 9-year-old girl pleaded with her “drunk” father to pull over while telling a police dispatcher she was riding with him in a harrowing 911 call released by authorities in Georgia. “Hello, is this 911? … The only person that’s here is my dad and he’s drunk,” the girl told the police dispatcher during...
-2 points by New York Post | Alcoholism Family 9-1-1 Alcoholic beverage Alcohol Report Driving under the influence Automobile
Moscow dismisses reports of Russian airstrikes on Idlib
Russian jets have not carried out any airstrikes on the Syrian city of Idlib, a Russian Defense Ministry spokesman has said, accusing the Western media of spreading false stories. Read Full Article at
-2 points by Russia Today | Russian Journalism Airstrike Report Airstrikes According to Jim The Colbert Report Mass media
Northwestern investigates reports of drugging, sexual assault
Northwestern University officials are investigating reports that multiple students may have been drugged and sexually assaulted at a fraternity house.
96 points by Chicago Sun-Times | Rape Evanston Illinois Chicago Northwestern University Report Human sexual behavior Fraternities and sororities Sexual intercourse
Donald Trump accuses media of not reporting terrorist attacks
The White House later releases a list of attacks it says were underreported, which includes some that received worldwide coverage. TAMPA, Florida -- Donald Trump continued his assault on media coverage Monday, accusing news agencies of intentionally not reporting terrorist attacks. Trump made the claim while speaking to the U.S. Central Command at MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, according to multiple reports. The president offered no specifics on what attacks were not reported. "All over Europe, it's happening. It's gotten to a point where it's not even being reported," Trump said, according to Reuters. "And, in many cases, the very, very dishonest press doesn't want to report it. They have their reasons and you understand that." The White House issued a list Monday evening of 78 attacks it says were inspired or carried out by ISIS, the Associated Press reports. The list includes the truck attack in Nice, France, which received worldwide coverage, and attacks in which there were no fatalities. The AP was unable to confirm if every attack on the list was associated with ISIS. White House press secretary Sean Spicer said Trump actually meant that attacks don't receive enough coverage, the AP reports. "He felt that members of media don't always cover some of those events to the extent that other events might get covered," Spicer said. "Like a protest gets blown out of the water, and yet an attack or a foiled attack doesn't necessarily get the same coverage." reviewed Trump's claim and noted that terrorist attacks occur everyday around the world. Benjamin H. Friedman, a research fellow in security studies at the libertarian Cato Institute, tells Politifact that attacks in the West receive far more coverage than those in other parts of the world. Recent attacks on U.S. soil received extensive coverage, including in San Bernandino, Calif., Orlando, Fla., and at Ohio State University.  Ted Bromund, a foreign policy specialist with the conservative Heritage Foundation, tells Politifact that there is evidence that the nature of some attacks has been downplayed. He said some politicians have been hesitant to blame some attacks on radical Islamists. Still, Politifact rated Trump's statement "Pants on Fire."
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Trump claims media are ignoring terrorism
Unusual claim during a speech to troops       
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Channel 5's 'Good Morning Cleveland' aims to bring more 'real news' to the morning with the E-Team
WEWS Channel 5 recently launched the E-Team on its "Good Morning Cleveland" program, which airs weekdays from 4:30-7 a.m. The three E's in the name stand for exclusive, enterprise and early. The goal is a simple, but novel concept: to deliver substantive hard news in the morning. Watch video CLEVELAND, Ohio -- When people think of morning local news, the perception is often traffic and weather on the tens, recycled news from the night before and a lot of fluff.  WEWS Channel 5 is trying to change that. The station recently launched the E-Team on its "Good Morning Cleveland" program, which airs weekdays from 4:30-7 a.m. The three E's in the name stand for exclusive, enterprise and early. The goal is a simple, but novel concept: to deliver substantive hard news in the morning. "You compare it to the tradition of the morning newspaper," News 5 news director Jeff Harris said, talking about the dearth of enterprise reporting in the morning. "For local broadcast news, it is an unconventional and somewhat discomforting feeling to invest many of your news stories and important stories right when the day begins." Harris says original reporting has been missing from morning newscasts for decades and a change is overdue.   "It's really what news consumers are crying out for," he said.  The introduction of the E-Team -- reporters Jonathan Walsh, Kristin Volk, James Gherardi, Lauren Wilson and a group of producers and photographers working behind the scenes -- might seem like a course correction for "Good Morning Cleveland." The current iteration launched in 2015 with splashy promos focusing on the show's fresh and hip cast. Since then, four of the six reporters featured in the spots have left, leaving only anchors Terrence Lee and Corrina Pysa. But Harris says "GMC" was always a hard news show. "There's always a difference between how newscasts are advertised and the experience in watching it. I wouldn't say anything's changed, really," the news director said. So, you'll still find plenty of traffic and weather, however, alongside that, you'll now see more meaningful stories and what Harris calls "real news" as well. "Just this morning we broke news about a questionable hire in East Cleveland in the police department," he said. "The stories will range from investigative in nature to stories that are hopeful and highlight the renaissance of Cleveland." In addition to the new faces, viewers will notice new graphics, a faster pace and more live shots. The changes -- the news director won't call it a re-branding -- have coincided with the start of February sweeps, but the station says it's not about ratings, it's about quality. "We have an expression here, which is, 'Hard news is news that's hard to get.' It takes investment, it takes time, it takes commitment," Harris said. "It's about asking tough questions and about holding the powerful accountable. That's the kind of stuff you'll be seeing in the morning." In its first week, the E-Team reported on stories about a program that puts released convicts to work and, also, why it takes so long for potholes to get fixed-- stories traditionally reserved for the evening newscast. Harris is excited about what the team has in store in the coming days and weeks, though he's keeping his cards close to the vest. "This ain't no stunt," he said.
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Report: Pandora to offer new $5 streaming option
Pandora's new strategy in music streaming battle: beat Apple and Spotify on price.        
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U.N. reports widespread human rights violations in Myanmar
Daniel UriaFeb. 4 (UPI) -- A United Nations report detailed widespread human rights violations against the Rohingya population in Myanar's Rakhine state.
63 points by UPI | Human rights United Nations United Press International Law Universal Declaration of Human Rights Commissioner Democracy Report
Tyson Beckford pulled a gun on a man serving him a lawsuit
Tyson Beckford lacked model behavior when he pulled a gun on a process server last week.
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Beyoncé could make bank even if she bails on Coachella
No show? No problem — at least not for Queen Bey.
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Mexico foreign minister: Trump phone call was constructive
A phone call last week between Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto and US President Donald Trump was constructive and not confrontational, Mexico's foreign minister told CNN in an exclusive US television interview.
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String of carjackings reported across Cleveland's West Side
Eighteen or more carjackings have been reported in west side neighborhoods over the past two weeks. Police are investigating a string of carjackings on Cleveland's west side. Cleveland police CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Cleveland police are investigating a recent string of carjackings across the city's West Side. Nine carjackings were reported Thursday alone, Cleveland police Sgt. Jennifer Ciaccia said. One incident happened about 11:20 p.m. in the 9800 block of Madison Avenue. Two men, including one who was armed, stole a 1997 Cadillac Seville at gunpoint, police said.  Eight other carjackings were reported Thursday at the following locations: *West 98th Street and Madison Avenue *9900 block of Nicholas Avenue *3400 block West 132nd Street *3200 West 82nd Street *2500 block West 7th Street *4200 block West 152nd Street *Literary Road and Professor Avenue *West 136th Street and Lorain Avenue *10600 block Thrush Avenue Details from the other carjackings were not immediately available. Police are also investigating at least nine more carjackings which occurred between October 29 and November 15, police said. Police are reminding residents to be mindful of personal safety. They are asking the public to report all suspicious activity or people to police.  Anyone with information about any of these incidents is being asked to contact First District detectives at 216-623-5118. 
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Police: Number of robberies has increased in Burlington
BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) - Police in Burlington are reporting that the number of robberies in the city has increased over recent years. The Burlington Free Press reports ( ) police say robberies are up by 40 percent, with data showing that robberies rose from 22 in 2014 to 38 in ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | Crime Nontotient Report Newspaper Constable