• Winter storm Jonas forces Virginia to move Syracuse, Wake Forest games
Winter storm Jonas forces Virginia to move Syracuse, Wake Forest games

But many areas remain difficult to predict, with some places around the edges of the storm receiving anywhere from a dusting to 6 inches or more. The bigger problem for Westford will likely be strong winds. New England is still scheduled to fly to Denver on Friday for the AFC championship game, which will be played Sunday afternoon. Januar...

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  • PETA plans bloody bird flu billboard in Indiana
PETA plans bloody bird flu billboard in Indiana

It's unclear where in Dubois County PETA plans to place the billboard. Now the same thing may happen again after the newest strain, H7N8, was found on an IN turkey farm. That stamping-out operation brings the bird loss number to 401,163. Currently, depopulation has been completed at six of the 10 turkey flocks. Bret Marsh, DVM, an Indiana state...

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  • More Cases of Avian Flu Hit Indiana Turkey Community
More Cases of Avian Flu Hit Indiana Turkey Community

A USDA spokeswoman says the viral strain has not yet been found in wild birds, and that suggests it could have developed in wild birds that overwintered in southern Indiana. Viruses in the H5N1 lineage "are super bad guys", Cardona said. APHIS noted that low-pathogenic H7 viruses, though, have been known to mutate into highly pathogenic strains, wh...

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  • Lake Oroville rises almost 20 feet in 10 days
Lake Oroville rises almost 20 feet in 10 days

El Niño brought rain to the region, but the lake has yet to fully recover. "The snow pack is our water bank for California", said Kevin Wright , the California Department of Water Resources Oroville Field Division's water services supervisor.

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  • Toddler found duct-taped in trash bag, sex trafficking suspected
Toddler found duct-taped in trash bag, sex trafficking suspected

According to reports from KNXV-TV, the man was upset upon hearing this and made a decision to leave-although he did come back later to engage in consensual relations with Rios-Covarrubias. Rios-Coverrubias, according to Mesa Police, did admit to binding the girl with duct tape. "It is unknown at this time if she is unable to speak or will not ...

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  • All 400K birds at IN farms with bird flu killed
All 400K birds at IN farms with bird flu killed

Nobody knows yet where it came from, and that information may be hard to come by; nobody knows where last year's outbreak came from, either. There is always uncertainty around any new strain of influenza because the virus acquires mutations passing from host to host.

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  • The Hunger Games' Jena Malone & Ethan DeLorenzo Are Expecting!
The Hunger Games' Jena Malone & Ethan DeLorenzo Are Expecting!

She made sure she gave credit where it was due for the image, telling everyone her beau Ethan DeLorenzo had captured the picture. "The shape your desires make out of you". he made sure she gave credit where it was due for the image, telling everyone her beau Ethan DeLorenzo had captured the picture. "The shape your desires make out of you".

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  • Blake Shelton & Gwen Stefani: He Reveals Whether They're Having A Baby
Blake Shelton & Gwen Stefani: He Reveals Whether They're Having A Baby

Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton are dating since November. Shelton was in California on Sunday when he was asked by an ET reporter if he had any plans to start a family with Stefani, and his answer was as down-to-earth as it gets. "Blake was at Gwen's LA home simply the previous evening", says the source near The Voice stars lets us know". Still...

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  • Man frozen solid brought back to life
Man frozen solid brought back to life

Justin, 25, had fallen while walking home in a snowstorm in McAdoo, Pa., and his father went searching when he didn't return home. A young man was successfully resuscitated after being found frozen and near death. Using a procedure usually used to save patients whose lungs and heart are damaged by the flu or a heart attack, doctors were able to r...

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  • Synthetic Biologics Surges 25% Amid Positive Phase 2 Data
Synthetic Biologics Surges 25% Amid Positive Phase 2 Data

The company is also developing a Phase II oral estriol drug for the treatment of relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (MS) and cognitive dysfunction in MS.

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  • Police K-9s Sweep Delaware Schools After Robo-Call Threats
Police K-9s Sweep Delaware Schools After Robo-Call Threats

Students and staff were allowed back into their school upon the completion of the search and resumed their daily activities. Both schools have reportedly been evacuated, or told to lockdown. tudents and staff were allowed back into their school upon the completion of the search and resumed their daily activities. Both schools have reportedly been e...

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  • Quiz: Are you Tom Brady or Peyton Manning?
Quiz: Are you Tom Brady or Peyton Manning?

This game marks just the seventh time Manning will face Brady at home. Brady is the best quarterback of this generation, but if Manning can win on Sunday and then follow up with a victory in a second Super Bowl, he can at least make the debate a little less clear cut.

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  • A Brief But Amusing Math Lesson From Kyle Lowry And DeMar DeRozan
A Brief But Amusing Math Lesson From Kyle Lowry And DeMar DeRozan

He is among 30 players who will compete for spots on the final 12-man roster in Brazil.... Reserve guard Sergey Karasev played just three minutes before departing with a sprained ankle and center Andrea Barngani also had an ankle problem knock him out following 10 minutes.

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  • Clinton Campaign Underestimated Sanders
Clinton Campaign Underestimated Sanders

Team Clinton reportedly is frustrated by what it perceives to be a lack of media scrutiny of her Democratic rival. Bernie Sanders is not Barack Obama, but he mirrors Obama in that he inspires among his followers a resolute passion and sense of mission that Clinton struggles to muster.

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  • Arsenal FC Star Mesut Özil's Amazing Keepy Up Trick Has Some Serious Hygiene Issues
Arsenal FC Star Mesut Özil's Amazing Keepy Up Trick Has Some Serious Hygiene Issues

Now, the soccer boot is primed to dominate soccer fields all over the world and boss the game. The removal of laces allows for a greater striking surface and better control of the ball.   Arsenal ace Mesut Ozil and Barcelona star  Ivan Rakitic  are among the chosen few who'll be wearing onto the pitch what  Adidas  describes in superbly crafted m...

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  • Ticks with Lyme disease spread rapidly across US
Ticks with Lyme disease spread rapidly across US

Their study revealed that the ticks are now in 45.7% of United States counties, as against the 30% there were in 1998. More troubling to researchers is that the ticks are found in the densely populated regions of the Northeast United States.

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  • Dr. David Newman Charged With Ejaculating On Patient's Face, Surrenders
Dr. David Newman Charged With Ejaculating On Patient's Face, Surrenders

Newman. A 22-year-old woman alleged that when she was at Mt. Sinai on January 11, a nurse had given her various medications, including morphine, for shoulder pain. When she awoke the woman says she used a hospital gown to wipe semen from her face and chest. A Mount Sinai Hospital doctor has been charged with sexually abusing two female patien...

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  • The final pictures of David Bowie
The final pictures of David Bowie

David Bowie was planning to record and release another album after " Blackstar ", producer Tony Visconti has revealed. The late musician passed away earlier this week aged 69 following an 18-month battle with cancer. "Not only was David a passionate supporter of my career but more importantly a very special person in my life. I am missing him g...

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  • Dirty scopes needlessly infected scores of patients, investigation finds
Dirty scopes needlessly infected scores of patients, investigation finds

A report by Democrats on the U.S. Senate's health committee issued this week blames hospitals, medical device companies, and the FDA for the deadly outbreaks of so-called "superbug" infections linked to duodenoscopes. "Pentax spokeswoman Shannon Coughlin said the company is working "to reduce the risk of infection in flexible endoscopy" and has e...

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  • New cervical cancer test could save lives
New cervical cancer test could save lives

It is the best time to share the good news that cervical cancer deaths have reduced 50% in the last three decades as January is observed as Cervical Health Awareness Month. According to the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention, this vaccine should be administered to all citizens between the age of 11 and 12, although scientists claim that i...

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