• Bus drivers, police on lookout for stop arm scofflaws
Bus drivers, police on lookout for stop arm scofflaws

Lieutenant Cortland Larry from the Warren Police Department told 7 Action News they plan to increase patrols near school zones to begin the year. Larger traffic volume is also expected with people home from their holidays and public transit and school buses operating their regular routes.

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  • Nicola Sturgeon signals tax rises as she launches SNP plans
Nicola Sturgeon signals tax rises as she launches SNP plans

And we will protect the Scottish Parliament by resisting any attempt at a power grab by the United Kingdom government .Over the next few months, we will also set out the case for further extending the powers of the Scottish Parliament in areas such as immigration, social security, employment rights and trade - and highlight where additional po...

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  • Language | Interfluency: Translation + Culture
Language | Interfluency: Translation + Culture

Tuesday 13, Tuesday the 13th: a combination of day and date that are the object of widely-held popular superstition in the Spanish-speaking world. (Like November 2012, the month of January 1931 had a 'Tuesday 13' - Tuesday the 13th. But to tap into the deeper resonances within Hispanic / Latin American culture, maybe we would better off shift...

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  • Keiji the cockatiel | Tumblr
Keiji the cockatiel | Tumblr

Keiji: And all the houses you robbed ... Mery: Oops ... I'd take the horse again, but it can not enter the town's gates so it's no use ... how am I going to make it home with all this stuff? Keiji: That's right! I'll take you flying! Mery: Thanks babe, but I do not think that's gonna work in-game ...

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  • 25 Secret Starbucks Drinks You Did not Know
25 Secret Starbucks Drinks You Did not Know

Captain Crunch Frappuccino Order it with a shot of caramel, two toffee, one hazelnut and two tablespoons of chocolate chips. You will reactivate your day, your afternoon or your night! 2. 14. Pumpkin Chocolate Order a pumpkin latte with a shot of chocolate and you'll be sampling a drink treat. 15. Frapuchino Twix One of caramel ...

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  • Burlap flowers for rustic decoration -
Burlap flowers for rustic decoration -

For those of us who like it the rustic decor, this fabric is very special and if we combine it with lace, embroidery and beads we can make really beautiful vintage style ornaments. we paint the fabric with the hardener, place it in a mold or simply fold it and hold it with a wooden clip (the ones we use for the clothes). So we get the shapes of the...

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  • Hudson reps blast Trump over DACA phase-out plan
Hudson reps blast Trump over DACA phase-out plan

But in an announcement this morning, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Congress could officially authorize the program known as DACA before it expires in March. "I will continue to work with Senator Bennet and our colleagues in the Senate to move this bill forward into law". DACA was created by President Barack Obama in 2012 after ...

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  • Los patios de América Latina - long version - StudySpanish.com
Los patios de América Latina - long version - StudySpanish.com

You are getting tired and need to escape the chaos of the streets, in order to absorb and reflect on your new experiences. Although the public places are nice, you know you will be approached by various people wanting to sell you something or just talk.

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  • Category 4 Headed Towards the Leeward Islands
Category 4 Headed Towards the Leeward Islands

Forecasters said they expect Irma to stay its westerly course through Tuesday , then veer to the west-northwest Tuesday night. However, resources might shift toward North Carolina, given the possible damage that Irma could make. There is also the possibility of 6-12 inches of rain and a storms surge of 2-5 feet. That hurricane made landfal...

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  • Police say Edmonton man wanted for murder in Montreal woman's death
Police say Edmonton man wanted for murder in Montreal woman's death

In a press release Tuesday afternoon, the police said to be looking for Gregory Christopher Tessman for the murder not premeditated of Valérie Maurice. "We're aware that she led a high-risk lifestyle, but the focus today is not on the victim but on finding Mr. Tessman", Clark said. A friend named Crystal Jones told CBC Montreal that she had g...

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  • PM Modi gets ceremonial welcome at Presidential Palace in Myanmar
PM Modi gets ceremonial welcome at Presidential Palace in Myanmar

Hundreds have died since Rohingya militants raided police posts in Myanmar's Rakhine State. He had visited Myanmar earlier in 2014 for the ASEAN-India Summit, but this is his first bilateral visit. The bilateral trade is valued at just $2 billion. As the Myanmar government ushers-in greater transparency in the decision-making, India's economic enga...

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  • Missouri Hospital Association reacts to Utah nurse video, encourages hospital policy dialogue
Missouri Hospital Association reacts to Utah nurse video, encourages hospital policy dialogue

Payne had been with the Salt Lake police force for more than 20 years and worked as a Gold Cross paramedic since 1983, according to the Tribune. The hospital has since banned law enforcement officials from interacting directly with its nurses.

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  • Gas Prices Rise 39.2 Cents In Chattanooga
Gas Prices Rise 39.2 Cents In Chattanooga

Not since 2005' s Hurricane Katrina have gas prices jumped as much in Central Florida as they have in the last week since Hurricane Harvey hit key Gulf Coast refineries. "And yes, it's all to blame on Hurricane Harvey", DeHaan said. "We would hope that these spikes are short term and prices will soon return to their traditional post-Labor Day...

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  • Families of immigrants face fear and uncertainty with impending end to DACA
Families of immigrants face fear and uncertainty with impending end to DACA

Many students had sought protection under the program, which granted temporary legal status to young people without documentation, if they were brought into the U.S.as children. "If you're a fan of the Constitution, and the constitutional role of the Legislative Branch, of Congress, then you should be a fan of this decision", Congressman Banks sai...

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  • School is back in session: Slow down to 30 km/h
School is back in session: Slow down to 30 km/h

Police say that as of 8:00 a.m. Tuesday, school zone speed limits across the province will once again be going into effect. Speed zones around schools across the region have been reduced to 30 kilometres per hour, including near 15 schools in Guelph.

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  • Irma remains major Category 3 hurricane, could threaten Bahamas later this week
Irma remains major Category 3 hurricane, could threaten Bahamas later this week

It has maximum sustained winds of 140 miles per hour (220 kph) and is moving west at 13 miles per hour (20 kph). The Antigua and Barbuda weather service said Irma was expected to bring heavy rains, rough surf and high winds. Hurricane Irma is now one of the strongest hurricanes on record. The storm was centered about 710 miles (1,145 ...

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  • These states consider legal action to challenge DACA repeal
These states consider legal action to challenge DACA repeal

North Texas " Dreamers " now protected by DACA said they were concerned on Tuesday after the Trump administration announced the program would be ended. "The parents in my district that were concerned like, we don't want to bring their kids to the school because they're scared that somebody will pull their kids out of school and we don't w...

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  • Upstate animal shelters work to help animals displaced by Harvey
Upstate animal shelters work to help animals displaced by Harvey

They are all trained in animal emergency response and volunteered to use their skills the moment the Connecticut Humane Society was contacted to send help. Organizers said their mission was to save the dogs in danger as a result of Hurricane Harvey . Some of the dogs were nervous, but at least one rolled onto his back anxious for a vigorous bell...

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  • Missouri State Highway Patrol Keeping A Close Eye On Labor Day Traffic
Missouri State Highway Patrol Keeping A Close Eye On Labor Day Traffic

Johnny Poulos. Captain Hotz says speed, inattention and impaired driving are the leading causes of traffic crashes. All available troopers are patrolling Missouri's roadways and assisting motorists today. Hotz says that in 2016, there were ten boating crashes. Troopers also have made at least 14 arrests for boating while intoxicated. Check your...

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  • 'I'm afraid:' Memphis dreamer anxious about Trump's DACA decision
'I'm afraid:' Memphis dreamer anxious about Trump's DACA decision

Some Dreamers , those with permits that expire between now and March 5, will be eligible for legal status for another two-plus years. So now it comes down to whether Congress can get some bipartisanship happening to both protect the young people affected (favoured by Democrats and many Republicans) without appearing to set a precedent that w...

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