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According to reports it is was discovered that the flavors are laced with drugs like heroin, cocaine and marijuana. Last week, former NACADA chairman John Mututho urged the government to follow after Tanzania and Rwanda in banning smoking of Shisha.
  • OH workers will get pay boost from 2018 minimum wage increase

    OH workers will get pay boost from 2018 minimum wage increase

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    But the overall impact could cause ripples beyond the minimum-wage earners. Of those workers, 56,000 were paid at or below the federal minimum wage (8,000 at minimum wage, 49,000 below). The minimum wage rose from $8.38 in 2016 to $8.44 in 2017. According to Nguyen Hoai Nam, deputy secretary general of the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers, raising the minimum wage while productivity and prices remained the same would put greater financial strain on companies.
  • More pregnant women in California using pot, per new study

    More pregnant women in California using pot, per new study

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    The scientists checked the data, which originates from eight years until now, and found that more pregnant women use marijuana, especially mothers who were younger than 18 at the time when they were pregnant, but also women who were between the ages of 18 and 24.
  • Toddler's crying leads neighbor to gruesome discovery

    Toddler's crying leads neighbor to gruesome discovery

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    The New York Post reported officers were dispatched to check on the young mother who was "scared" of her husband because he was "acting amusing". The toddler's cries ringing through the walls Wednesday morning concerned Tonie Wells' neighbors enough to call the police.
  • Nationwide Fund Advisors Has $6.60 Million Stake in CBRE Group Inc (CBG)

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    It has outperformed by 4.63% the S&P500. Alok Agrawal decreased its stake in Cbre Group Inc (Put) (CBG) by 66.67% based on its latest 2017Q3 regulatory filing with the SEC. Its up 0.06, from 0.9 in 2017Q2. The ratio has increased, as 189 funds increased or started new stock positions, while 196 sold and decreased positions in Cbre Group Inc.
  • Berks #2 among Pennsylvania counties in reported flu cases

    Berks #2 among Pennsylvania counties in reported flu cases

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    The CDC reports there are almost 8,000 confirmed cases of the flu nationwide. Meanwhile, a doctor at one area hospital said he still hadn't seen a big uptick in flu cases. Centegra Health System's chief medical information officer and infectious disease specialist, Irfan Hafiz, said it is hard to predict how flu seasons might play out.
  • Abbvie INC (ABBV) Stake Increased by ART- Advisors Llc

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    The institutional investor held 142,131 shares of the major pharmaceuticals company at the end of 2017Q3, valued at $12.63 million, up from 44,745 at the end of the previous reported quarter. Insiders have sold a total of 501,375 shares of company stock valued at $47,827,450 over the last three months. Michael Robert A . sold $589,512 worth of AbbVie Inc.
  • Hospitals making even more from parking charges

    Hospitals making even more from parking charges

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    While NHS trusts in England continue to charge patients, visitors and staff for parking, hospital parking in Scotland and Wales remains largely free. The data, revealed following a Freedom of Information, show that in 2016/17 the Trust welcomed an income of £1,554,352 from staff and visitors to the hospital paying for parking - up more than 11 per cent from £1,398,642 the previous year.
  • Citing women's rights, chess champ skips title defense in Saudi Arabia

    Citing women's rights, chess champ skips title defense in Saudi Arabia

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    Israel Chess Federation spokesman Lior Aizenberg has accused Saudi Arabia of undermining the World Chess Federation's (FIDE) basic principles which state that no player should be refused participation in events. "The events must be held in the country where all players can come", she said. At the 2016 Olympics in Brazil, Egypt's Islam El Shehaby lost to Israel's Or Sasson in the judo competition and then declined to shake his hand after the match, garnering boos from the crowd.
  • Neighbors: teen accused in Reston slayings mowed swastika in grass

    Neighbors: teen accused in Reston slayings mowed swastika in grass

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    Washington Post reports that neighbors indicated that the 17-year-old suspect left tire tracks from a riding mower that led from his home to a field where a 40-feet swastika was mowed into a community field for all to see. At the time, the grass in the field had grown out slightly and the area within the swastika was cut closer to the ground, according to Potter, who added that it was clearly the Nazi symbol.
  • Janney Montgomery Scott LLC Grows Stake in CyrusOne Inc (CONE)

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    Benjamin F. Edwards & Company Inc. increased its position in shares of CyrusOne by 3,032.8% in the third quarter. Cornerstone Capital Management Limited Liability Company holds 0.02% or 40,537 shares in its portfolio. Among 16 analysts covering Novartis Ag ( NYSE:NVS ), 5 have Buy rating, 4 Sell and 7 Hold. Therefore 80% are positive. Stifel Nicolaus increased their price objective on CyrusOne from $56.00 to $60.00 and gave the company a "buy" rating in a research report on Friday, May 5th.
  • Bitter cold expected until new year in Midwest, Northeast

    Bitter cold expected until new year in Midwest, Northeast

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    Parts of the Midwest had their coldest Christmas on record. The National Weather Service office in Cleveland says Monday's storm brought 34 inches of snow, an all-time daily snowfall record for Erie. The National Weather Service has issued warnings and advisories for wind-chills expected to dip as low as minus-50 in the Northern Plains. Christmas 2017 was the coldest since 2008 when temperatures dropped to zero.
  • Reuters journalists appear in court, easing fears for their safety

    Reuters journalists appear in court, easing fears for their safety

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    They had worked on Reuters' coverage of a crisis in Rakhine, where an estimated 655,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled from a fierce military crackdown on militants. Their lawyer, Mr Than Zaw Aung, who has been retained by Reuters , said outside the courthouse: "They are being accused under this charge while doing their work as media".
  • Shooting for Tiger Zinda Hai was challenging: Salman

    Shooting for Tiger Zinda Hai was challenging: Salman

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    Crosses Rs 150 crore on day four. Sunday saw more business than ever and business of Rs. 40 crore took the total to 114.93 crore. On Christmas day, fans of the Dabangg star contributed in generating a collection of Rs 36.54 crore, thereby taking its cumulative total to Rs 151.47 crore, read a statement.
  • Blood donors needed for tail end of holiday season

    Blood donors needed for tail end of holiday season

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    With our colder weather, those donations drop even lower and officials say they are struggling to keep up with the demand for local patients. There are two blood donor clinics happening in Port Alberni Dec. Platelets are also collected but this poses a hard challenge because such donations only have a shelf life of seven days, notes the Canadian Blood Services.
  • Disney Resorts Remove 'Do Not Disturb' Signs After Las Vegas Shooting

    Disney Resorts Remove 'Do Not Disturb' Signs After Las Vegas Shooting

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    Disney is replacing its "Do Not Disturb" signs with "Room Occupied" markers and is informing guests that employees will enter guestrooms at least once a day, WDW News Today wrote. Those signs have been replaced with a "Room Occupied" sign, which will not prevent staff from entering a room. A popular theory is that the new measures are created to boost security after the October 1 shooting massacre in Las Vegas, where a lone suspect inside a highrise hotel room fired more than 1,100 rounds ...
  • Taking a Fresh Look at Zynga Inc. (ZNGA)

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    In the most recent quarter, institutional ownership increased by a net of 22.53 million shares, or 3.65%.This is a bullish sign and indicates that institutions are feeling more optimistic about the outlook for ZNGA overall.110 holders increased their positions, 108 decreased their positions, and 36 holders held their positions.