• Hawley: Calls for safety first this Halloween
Hawley: Calls for safety first this Halloween

According to State Farm, children are twice as likely to be hit by a vehicle on Halloween . The Yarmouth Police Department will have extra personnel on duty and is asking parents to cooperate by having their young children off the streets by 8:00 p.m.

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  • Instagram to launch online shopping trial
Instagram to launch online shopping trial

Then, if the consumer taps the "Shop Now" link from the product details view, they'll go directly to that product on the business' website, making it easier for them to buy the product they want. Quarles added that Instagram is learning from the experiences of other social networks including its parent, Facebook (NASDAQ: FB), which added shopping...

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  • Hamilton quickest in first practice at Mexican Grand Prix
Hamilton quickest in first practice at Mexican Grand Prix

Mexico is one of those tracks, with the super-soft, soft and medium being the tyres available. Instead, they sent Vettel out on the medium tyre and Raikkonen on the soft, while Mercedes and Red Bull did the more usual thing in running the super-soft.

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  • As Trump falters, more Republicans say they'll block Clinton
As Trump falters, more Republicans say they'll block Clinton

In the most recent set of ratings changes by The Rothenberg & Gonzales Political Report/Roll Call, seven races shift toward the Democrats. The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee Tuesday called the Senate Leadership Fund's plan a "panic button" moment.

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  • New travel-related Zika case in Clay County
New travel-related Zika case in Clay County

NAYPYITAW/YANGON Myanmar said on Friday it will advise women in Yangon to avoid getting pregnant in the next six months to protect them from the Zika virus after the first case was confirmed in Myanmar's largest city. In the same news conference, Philippine Medical Association president Dr. Ireneo Bernardo 3rd raised the need of medical practitione...

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  • Fighting Zika with Bacteria-Laden Mosquitos
Fighting Zika with Bacteria-Laden Mosquitos

The $18 million dollar project, which aims to start in early 2017, is funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and other global donors. Wolbachia is not, however, naturally present in Aedes aegypti mosquitoes, the primary vector for Zika , dengue and chikungunya viruses.

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  • Crowd violence returns as West Ham turn London's Olympic Stadium into battleground
Crowd violence returns as West Ham turn London's Olympic Stadium into battleground

Cheikhou Kouyate's first half strike and Edimilson Fernandes' second half goal earned the Hammers a third consecutive win to put them in the quarter-finals of the competition while Gary Cahill's consolation goal in stoppage time went nearly unnoticed as fan trouble developed.

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  • Ripped from the womb? Late-term abortion explained
Ripped from the womb? Late-term abortion explained

It will be interesting to see how much the pro-life movement influences the election and if an antiabortion stance is enough to provoke true conservatives to vote Trump. "No woman should have to have the state have a say in the most painful decision she will ever make". Until recently, Trump was "pro-choice in every respect", including partial-...

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  • EpiPen Rival Set For Return
EpiPen Rival Set For Return

Mylan has since taken steps to reign in the cost by offering a 50% discount to patients who are uninsured or underinsured, as well as saying it will offer a generic version at half price. News of Kaléo's return sent Mylan shares down more than 2 percent in midday trading. Kaleo did not offer information on how much Auvi-Q would cost, but said it ...

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  • India wins toss, bowls in 3rd ODI vs. New Zealand
India wins toss, bowls in 3rd ODI vs. New Zealand

An explosive batsman, Jadhav, who scored a 37-ball 41 in New Delhi, can give Dhoni a good option ahead of the next year's Champions Trophy by becoming the utility player that the skipper is looking for. "I suppose the more myself and everyone out there is exposed to these conditions, the more experienced we get and hopefully in future tours, we can...

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  • Woman Poured Window Cleaner Into Office Coffee Maker, Police Say
Woman Poured Window Cleaner Into Office Coffee Maker, Police Say

There were only eight workers at the shipping company's office in Sterling, Virginia, but several were suffering from diarrhea and other severe digestive problems without any discernible cause, WTOP reported . She is being held without bond at the Loudoun County Adult Detention Center. Friday, Rivera-Juarez was arrested and charged with felony a...

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  • Webcams used in last week's web attacks are recalled
Webcams used in last week's web attacks are recalled

As an aside, Brian Krebs reports that XiongMai and the Chinese Ministry of Justice are considering taking legal action against what they describe as "false statements " that could damage the firm's reputation. If a device comes with a default password or an open Wi-Fi connection, consumers should change the password and only allow it to operat...

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  • University groups try to stave off offensive costumes in lead-up to Halloween
University groups try to stave off offensive costumes in lead-up to Halloween

Also, kids are less likely to be obsessed with candy if they know it is not off-limits. However, our love for Halloween will not cease, nor will our quest to provide you with all the tricks you need to keep Halloween as safe as possible. Best of all, everyone wins. Just grab some fabulous socks and pair them with a suit and you're off to a great ...

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  • General Mills to make Girl Scouts cookie cereals in 2017
General Mills to make Girl Scouts cookie cereals in 2017

Both flavors will be available nationwide, the spokesperson told Fortune . The Girl Scouts are apparently teaming with General Mills to bring Thin Mints and Caramel Crunch, a.k.a. When fans of Girl Scout cookies place their orders next year, they won't have to wait weeks for the boxes to arrive. U.S. News & World Report independently confirmed wi...

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  • A Baby Got the Second Chance after Surgery
A Baby Got the Second Chance after Surgery

The tumor , which can be fatal , caused some doctors to advise Boemer to terminate her pregnancy, however, there was another option: surgery. At this point, the tumor was nearly bigger than the fetus. Next, they removed most of the tumor. "It was a choice of allowing the tumor to take over her body or giving her chance at life. It was a relief ...

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  • Obama urges young adults to sign up for health care coverage
Obama urges young adults to sign up for health care coverage

Less than two weeks before the November 1 start of the enrollment period for Affordable Care Act health plans, Obama flew to a South Florida college to kick off a push by the administration to encourage more people to sign up, with a particular emphasis on young adults.

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  • Trump's willingness to dispute election
Trump's willingness to dispute election

But he won't be the first. It would be hard for Trump to reasonably ask for a recount if there is a wider electoral vote gap between him and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton . Bob Dole's 1996 concession speech was a masterclass in grace - especially coming from a man known for getting a little emotional at times, and considering he knew this was...

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  • Wonder Woman named a special UN ambassador, despite protests
Wonder Woman named a special UN ambassador, despite protests

Created in 1941 by psychologist and writer William Moulton Marston - along with his wife Elizabeth Holloway Marston (who added the "intellect and attitude to the characters, said Carter , echoing Marston's granddaughter, Christie) - Wonder Woman has undergone many iterations".

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  • Flu shot clinics scheduled in Jackson County
Flu shot clinics scheduled in Jackson County

People may be infected with the flu and have respiratory symptoms without a fever. Students will not be able to get the vaccine without signed parental permission. Infants and young children, adults aged 65 and older, pregnant women and those with certain health conditions or weakened immune systems have a greater risk of getting the flu and are hi...

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  • The Walking Dead will return with Season 8
The Walking Dead will return with Season 8

The first time I saw The Walking Dead was at San Diego Comic-Con, 2010. If the blood trickling down the camera lens and the muffled, horrified screams of witnesses didn't clue you in, being bludgeoned by a barbed wire baseball bat is definitely a bad way to go out.

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