A Kansas City man has been convicted of first-degree murder in connection to the fatal shooting of D'Adrian Bell. Brad Lindsey, 37, was found guilty by a jury Thursday of first-degree murder, unlawful use of a weapon and armed criminal action. Bell was murdered in the 7200 block of Olive on May 15. Witnesses told Kansas City police say the two were arguing about a drug deal, according to court records. Lindsey allegedly threw away the cell phones that belonged to ... [Read More]
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"She is widely respected for her service on the Court of Appeals and I am honored ..." [Read More]
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We caught up with the country singer, who is playing the Paradise on Jan. 18, to talk about all things travel. [Read More]
Governor Ron DeSantis will travel to Mexico Beach to visit communities impacted by Hurricane Michael. [Read More]
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In his final time taking questions from the media, Gov. Bruce Rauner said Tuesday that his top achievement in office was improving K-12 education. During the lengthy session with reporters, Rauner also said he was frustrated he could not get stronger ethics regulations in place for the legislature and that his parting recommendations to lawmakers will be to enact the "turnaround agenda" that he proposed at the outset of his term. Rauner called Tuesday's news conference to... [Read More]
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A night after shutting out Montreal, the Wild could not find the back of the net against the Bruins... [Read More]
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Government shutdown drags on as Democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer refuse to support wall funding and President Trump won't give it up. [Read More]
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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer will give the Democrats' response Tuesday night following President Donald Trump's speech making the case for money for a border wall to be included in any plan to reopen the government. [Read More]
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PHOENIX – Phoenix police investigators are testing DNA samples from men who work at a Phoenix nursing facility in response to a vegetative patient giving birth there last week, according to KPHO. Hacienda HealthCare confirmed the search warrant for DNA samples Tuesday evening. The investigation prompted outrage nationwide last week after KPHO revealed a 29-year-old Native American woman living in a yearslong vegetative state had been impregnated at the facility. A week after the victim gave birth, Phoenix police have still... [Read More]
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Today's storms have moved east, ushering the colder air into Ohio, but not before spawning the ONLY tornado in the USA today – The National Weather Service Cleveland confirmed a tornado around 10:25 am in Cortland (Trumbull County just west of Mosquito Lake). Now we're focusing on the temps plummeting and lake-effect snow kicking into gear. A winter weather advisory is in effect for Geauga and Ashtabula counties from 1 a.m. Wednesday until 10 a.m. Thursday. According to the National Weather Service,  there could... [Read More]
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It will be his first time addressing the nation in prime time from the Oval Office... [Read More]
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    WEST MICHIGAN — Winter weather will return across much of the area with accumulating lake effect snow likely through Wednesday evening/night. WINTER WEATHER ADVISORIES have bee posted for all counties along/west of U.S. 131 including Kent, Barry, and Kalamazoo. A general 1″ to 3″ will fall with some isolated higher amounts south/west and north/west of Grand Rapids. Below is the map of the counties under the advisory through 7 P.M. Wednesday. Most locations east of U.S. 131 will... [Read More]
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At the National Board of Review awards in New York Tuesday, Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper, Viggo Mortenson and Regina King were among the honorees. [Read More]
El tenista chileno Cristóbal Saavedra Corvalán fue suspendido dos años y medio por negarse a cooperar con una investigación dirigida por la Unidad de... [Read More]
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After two meetings at General Motors headquarters, Canadian Unifor National President Jerry Dias says GM executives won't change their plans to close the GM Oshawa plant this year. [Read More]
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A television station in Rochester, New York, fired a meteorologist Sunday after he used a racial slur on air. During WHEC-TV's Friday evening broadcast, Jeremy Kappell said "Martin Luther Coon Park," when referring to a downtown Rochester park named after slain civil rights movement leader Ma... [Read More]
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US companies face a growing risk of being boxed out of the next wave of innovation in China, write Paul Triolo and Kevin Allison of Eurasia Group. [Read More]
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President Donald Trump will use an Oval Office address to make his case for a border wall on the 18th day of the government shutdown. [Read More]
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Colorado State coach Mike Bobo was set to get an automatic $100,000 pay increase, but after a rough 2018 he amended his deal to decline the raise. [Read More]