Friday, October 5, 2012

Burson Traffic Accident

   On Burson Drive a traffic accident was reported to CHP around 9:30 PM on October 5, 2012. A vehicle didn't manage a curve in the road and went off the side.

   A tow truck was dispatched, along with fire.  An ambulance was enroute to the scene for minor injuries.. The road is being cleared now.

Unarmed man shot dead by police in NYC

 
  

An unarmed man was shot and killed by a New York police detective early Thursday after the man had been pulled over by two police cars in Queens, N.Y., authorities said.

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14 inches! Rare Oct. snowstorm hits Minn., N.D.

 
 


A rare early October snowstorm dumped snow across parts of Minnesota and North Dakota, including 14 inches in one Minnesota county, snapping tree lines and cutting power to residents who worked to dig out and clean up on Friday.A rare early October snowstorm dumped snow across parts of Minnesota and North Dakota, including 14 inches in one Minnesota county, snapping tree lines and cutting power to residents who worked to dig out and clean up on Friday.



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Welch: 'I have no evidence' for jobs conspiracy theory, but 'I don't take it back'

 
  

In a heated appearance on MSNBC's Hardball Friday, Jack Welch doubled down on his unsupported conspiracy theory that the Obama administration cooked the books on today's improved jobs numbers.

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Israeli cops kill US gunman in hotel shoot-out

 
 

Israeli forces killed an American man Friday who had earlier shot dead one person when he opened fire in a seaside hotel packed with tourists, police said.

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Unemployment drop could impact campaign

 
 


First Read: Jobs report shows tepid growth but unemployment rate drops below eight percent which could add psychological impact. Jobs report shows tepid growth but unemployment rate drops below eight percent which could add psychological impact.



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Wolves likely real target of poison that killed dog

 
 
 

Fearing that someone is trying to kill gray wolves in central Idaho, an environmental group and a sheep ranch this week put up a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of whoever laced meat with poison that instead killed one dog and sickened another.Fearing that someone is trying to kill gray wolves in central Idaho, an environmental group and a sheep ranch this week put up a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of whoever laced meat with poison that instead killed one dog and sickened another.



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Troubled kids in ER: Psych illness or just unruly?

 

 

Children in the United States visit emergency rooms as often as 825,000 times a year to urgently see a psychiatrist. Yet, many are actually there for behavioral issues, such as disruptive classroom behavior and running away, research shows.Children in the United States visit emergency rooms as often as 825,000 times a year to urgently see a psychiatrist. Yet, many are actually there for behavioral issues, such as disruptive classroom behavior and running away, research shows.



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Picasso painting to sell for at least $35 million

 
 

A 1932 portrait by Pablo Picasso of his young lover and a pioneering 3-D Andy Warhol painting of the Statue of Liberty are expected to sell for at least $35 million each.A 1932 portrait by Pablo Picasso of his young lover and a pioneering 3-D Andy Warhol painting of the Statue of Liberty are expected to sell for at least $35 million each.



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24 venomous snakes at home: Man dies after bite

 
 

A Virginia man found dead in his home, surrounded by 24 caged snakes, died of complications from a snakebite, the state medical examiner's office concludes.

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Who is to Blame at Murphys Sanitary District?

   At the tumultuous Murphys Sanitary District meetings, yelling is the way things are handled. Not very businesslike.  

   At the emergency Board meeting, the Board President, Pat Davies, allowed her husband to yell at their General Manager and ask him if he would "go outside" with him.

Unemployment rate falls to 7.8 percent

 
  

The nation's unemployment rates dropped to the lowest it has been since early in 2009 in September, providing a potential upbeat talking point for President Barack Obama in the few days left before the presidential election.The nation's unemployment rates dropped to the lowest it has been since early in 2009 in September, providing a potential upbeat talking point for President Barack Obama in the few days left before the presidential election.



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Hero's welcome for US soldier who lost 4 limbs

 
  

Army Staff Sgt. Travis Mills had been a lot of places since losing his four limbs in Afghanistan. The one place he hadn't been was where people knew him best.Army Staff Sgt. Travis Mills had been a lot of places since losing his four limbs in Afghanistan. The one place he hadn't been was where people knew him best.



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