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The craziest deserted places in California right now

If you’ve ever watched I am Legend or 28 days later They know that 1) there is something incredibly fascinating about previously inhabited things abandoned placesand 2) Zombies are assholes. Here are the 13 creepiest abandoned places in California, some of which are prohibited by law, but some of which …

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The harrowing body cam video shows the moment the Las Vegas police storm a motor home and shoot a man who is holding his MOTHER hostage

NEWly released bodycam footage shows the moments when a SWAT team stormed a motor home with a man holding his mother hostage. Joshua Squires, 32, of Las Vegas, Nevada, was shot dead in front of his mother after waving a 9mm pistol at police officers, causing officers to fire 11 …

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The Super Bowl remains a human trafficking target

At Super Bowl LIV on Sunday, our focus is on rivalry and exuberance. But running major sporting events – like the Super Bowl, the FIFA World Cup, the Winter and Summer Olympics, and various others – requires the use of temporary workers. These increased job opportunities can open the door …

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Learn to fly | Notre Dame University

ND-LEEF provides an unparalleled and versatile platform for faculty, graduate and undergraduate students to conduct cutting-edge aquatic and terrestrial fieldwork in an environment that mimics nature but is highly controlled and easy to replicate. Learn more about ND-LEEF Why do eagles like it here? The calm, natural setting and proximity …

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Seminole County students vaping THC are arrested for a crime

SEMINOLE COUNTY, Florida. – The Seminole County School District warned parents in a district-wide email on Friday that MPs and police officers in schools must arrest students if they are caught with the drug THC, the illegal concentrated extract of marijuana. The district wrote in an email: “Dear SCPS families, …

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Osage’s Dani Johnson signs NLI to play volleyball at UNI

OSAGE, Iowa – Osage power hitter Dani Johnson has made her decision where to play college volleyball. Johnson signed their National Letter of Intent with UNI on Thursday. During the Green Devils State Championship run, she was named Class 3A Player of the Year and All-Tournament Captain. Johnson said she …

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Breckenridge’s Social Equity Advisory Commission lays the groundwork for what justice means in Summit County

A woman speaks during a solidarity talk on Sept. 19 at the Riverwalk Center in Breckenridge. Following that summer’s Solidarity Talk series, Breckenridge formed a Social Equity Advisory Commission that meets every two weeks.Photo by Libby Stanford / [email protected] Breckenridge’s Social Equity Advisory Commission, the first of its kind in …

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Halloween trick or treating in Mid-Michigan

Halloween is just around the corner and that means it’s trick or treat time. The official trick or treating time in Lansing and East Lansing is 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. A Trunk or Treat event will take place in Lansing from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday. And in …

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Water Tower Place adds curfew for children to combat “disruptive behavior”

This is an archived article and the information in the article may be out of date. Please look at the timestamp on the history to see when it was last updated. CHICAGO – In order to eliminate the disruptive behavior of unsupervised children, according to a declaration, children under the …

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Ontario COVID-19 Vaccines: Public Health Units can give shots to residents over 80 when they’re ready

TORONTO – According to Health Secretary Christine Elliott, Ontario’s 34 local health units can vaccinate senior residents ahead of the provincial schedule but will have to use their own appointment booking system until the provincial portal is ready. However, Elliott stressed that after the March 15 launch, public health units …

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