• Sheriff to update status of search for Noah
Sheriff to update status of search for Noah

Heading into day six, Chester County Sheriff Blair Weaver says searchers have not given up hope of finding 2-year-old Noah Chamberlin alive. "It is a search and rescue mission", Weaver added.   Because of the cold temperatures, teams of volunteers searched overnight in alternating one hour shifts. The Chester County Sheriff's Office is the lead...

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  • Shooting and bomb threats at nine schools in New Jersey
Shooting and bomb threats at nine schools in New Jersey

It was not immediately clear how all the threats were received. The threat involved the placement of a bomb in a Clifton school and a threat of a "mass shooting", Tuesday, police said. At 10:15 a.m., students returned to Tenafly High School after being evacuated to the Tenafly Middle School. Parents were seen lining up at Teaneck High School to pic...

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  • Major snowstorm may be on tap for weekend
Major snowstorm may be on tap for weekend

This makes it rather hard for computer models to place the storm...especially 4 to 5 days out. Now, the door to the arctic has reopened. Meanwhile, a brisk west-northwest wind will pick up, sustained around 20 miles per hour with gusts to 40 miles per hour.

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  • Silence of the Lambs house for sale
Silence of the Lambs house for sale

But Scott and Barbara insist the torture dungeon - where Bill would murder and skin his victims - doesn't exist and was instead filmed on a sound stage. The gruesome edge-of-your seat scenes in the basement dungeon were filmed on a soundstage somewhere in Hollywood. The foyer and dining room of the Lloyds' home, in a corner of the remote villag...

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  • AccuWeather cites possibility of 'major snowstorm' beginning Friday
AccuWeather cites possibility of 'major snowstorm' beginning Friday

AccuWeather said heavy snow, risky driving conditions and widespread flight delays are possible. "The storm is still out in the Pacific - a lot of things could happen". In some coastal areas, thunder and lightning could accompany heavy snow. Reading and Berks County should start to see snow by Friday afternoon, as cold air remains in place, Houk ...

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  • El Nino storms slam drought-parched California
El Nino storms slam drought-parched California

The first of several storms linked to El Niño has hit California - until now stricken by drought - bringing flooding and warnings of possible landslides. California's water deficit is so deep after four years of drought that a "steady parade of storms" like these will be needed for years to come, said Mike Anderson, climatologist for the state's ...

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  • Teen suspect hunted in deadly Downey home invasion robbery, two others nabbed
Teen suspect hunted in deadly Downey home invasion robbery, two others nabbed

Police are still looking for a third suspect. The victim's name and the identities of the suspects have not been released. Details on how the victim was killed were not released, but police said they "do not believe this was a random crime".

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  • Police plan to release more on deaths of 3 near SUNY Geneseo
Police plan to release more on deaths of 3 near SUNY Geneseo

Annese's basketball team played a game in Buffalo the afternoon before her murder. At least two of them were found in a bedroom and a knife was recovered from the scene, said a law enforcement source with knowledge of the investigation. "Daniel Kingston called and reported that his son, Colin Kingston , just called from an unknown number and sta...

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  • Yoenis Cespedes May Be Close To New Deal
Yoenis Cespedes May Be Close To New Deal

Cespedes is thought to be seeking at least a six-year deal that would pay him $22 million annually. Thrice today I had execs say "watch the Astros on Cespedes". Don't expect Cespedes to sign a short term deal, just because he isn't signed yet. This helped the Astros more through the process of elimination, but also because they do have money to spe...

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  • Billion-dollar lottery winners reveal themselves in unusual live TV interview
Billion-dollar lottery winners reveal themselves in unusual live TV interview

Wednesday, just hours before the numbers were pulled. A spokesman for the California Lottery says winning Powerball tickets have also been sold in Tennessee and Florida.

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  • Sweden, Denmark impose border controls. New stress on European Union openness?
Sweden, Denmark impose border controls. New stress on European Union openness?

Denmark's state-owned rail operator estimates the ID controls will cost the company almost one million Danish crowns (around 750,000 euros) a day. The new measure means Sweden is closing its open-door migrant policy after receiving 160,000 migrants a year ago.

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  • EPA Knew About Michigan Water Contamination For Months Without Telling The Public
EPA Knew About Michigan Water Contamination For Months Without Telling The Public

Minicuci said the source of the bacteria, which causes a severe type of pneumonia , remains a mystery. Clean water, water filters and lead testing kits, all loaded on u-hauls and taken right to the front steps of homes in Flint. A West Bloomfield resident will lead a public health initiative to address the harmful effects of lead exposure in the...

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  • Mark Levin to Trump over Cruz feud: 'Cut the crap'
Mark Levin to Trump over Cruz feud: 'Cut the crap'

Steele, responding to a question from Rich Zeoli on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT about who can defeat Trump for the nomination, said no one can. "And I have to tell you, that was a very insulting statement that Ted made". 96 Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA ...

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  • Sanders accuses Clinton of 'vicious and coordinated attacks'
Sanders accuses Clinton of 'vicious and coordinated attacks'

A Quinnipiac poll released the same day showed Sanders erased Clinton's lead in Iowa and was ahead by 5 percentage points. His campaign has also done better than even it expected, and raised $73 million in 2015, well exceeding the goals it when the campaign launched.

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  • Wyoming holds off New Mexico 70-68
Wyoming holds off New Mexico 70-68

If the Lobos are going to beat the Cowboys they must understand that they can not completely stop Adams they need to limit him to his season average while not letting the supporting cast beat them aside from Jason McManamen no player on the Wyoming team averages more than 7.2 points.

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  • Cruz doubles down on 'NY values,' gets a Bronx cheer
Cruz doubles down on 'NY values,' gets a Bronx cheer

Senator Ted Cruz has since apologized to the whole state of NY for his rude and offensive words. It began to unravel for Cruz when he was asked to explain what he means when he describes Trump as having quote, " New York values ". "The facts and the law here are really quite clear", Cruz said, before suggesting that by Trump's own logic, the bi...

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  • Possible 'severe' storms expected in Bradenton on Friday
Possible 'severe' storms expected in Bradenton on Friday

A severe thunderstorm capable of producing a tornado was located near Naples at 5:17 a.m. moving northeast at 60 miles per hour. The pleasant weather felt in Lee County on Saturday will be pushed away as another disturbance moves through the area, according to a National Weather Service advisory.

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  • No trace of missing Tenn. boy after 2 days of searching
No trace of missing Tenn. boy after 2 days of searching

The alert was issued for Noah Israel Chamberlin. "As the hours click by, and the days click by, we get more and more concerned", he said. The sheriff also insisted that foul play is not now suspected. According to the City of Lebanon's Emergency Services Unit, three of their officers have been requested to help in the search for 2-year-old Noah C...

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  • 'SNL' Returns With 'Star Wars' and New York Values
'SNL' Returns With 'Star Wars' and New York Values

During Thursday's debate, moderator Maria Bartiromo asked Cruz to explain past comments he had made about Trump embodying "New York values". Ted Cruz is facing new questions about whether he is eligible to be president - this time through a lawsuit.

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  • Dick Wolf Says a Fourth Chicago Show Could Be Coming Soon
Dick Wolf Says a Fourth Chicago Show Could Be Coming Soon

Deadline reports Wolf teased that viewers "may see, the same way they saw the last three years, some people doing legal things [on the other Chicago dramas] that would give an insight into where that would go". As Wolf said, it is all about answering the questions about how the show would operate and what format the show would take. NBC Entertain...

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