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Harriet Brookes is so adamant that she could be the missing girl that she messaged her friends detailing the theory. Harriet Brookes text her friends after discovering that she had a mark on both her eye and her leg which appeared to match the missing girl's.
  • 2 injured after reports of shooting at Galleria at Crystal Run mall

    2 injured after reports of shooting at Galleria at Crystal Run mall

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    Sunday. No arrests have been made, but authorities have said they don't believe it's an active-shooter situation. Shoppers on scene took some photos of the massive state police and emergency response. One witness tweeted that police vehicles and ambulances were "everywhere" outside of the busy mall. The occurrence comes after customers overwhelmed shopping centers over the US for Black Friday bargains.
  • Moeen stumped as England put on the back foot in Ashes opener

    Moeen stumped as England put on the back foot in Ashes opener

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    England worldwide cricketer Moeen Ali was at the receiving end as English legend and commentator Geoffrey Boycott criticised the all-rounder for an underwhelming display during the ongoing first Test against Australia . "As soon as they referred it, he was very confident", Clarke said on the Wide World of Sports broadcast. Ex-greats Ian Healy and Michael Clarke reckon the benefit of the doubt should have gone with Ali due to the inconclusiveness of the replays.
  • Collegiate School's Wilton Speight departing from MI football

    Collegiate School's Wilton Speight departing from MI football

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    For understanding this decision of mine and always having my back no matter what- thank you. Senior John O'Korn and eventually sophomore Brandon Peters took over at quarterback following Speight's injury, with Peters emerging before suffering a head injury in Michigan's November 18 loss at Wisconsin.
  • Man Sentenced to 472 Years for Facebook Human Trafficking Scheme

    Man Sentenced to 472 Years for Facebook Human Trafficking Scheme

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    Franklin was indicted in 2015 for preying on young women and girls, often using drugs to manipulate them into lewd acts as part of a child sex trafficking ring, records show. "A 400-year sentence sends a strong message across the country that we're not going to tolerate this kind of violence", Janet Drake, a spokeswoman with the Colorado Attorney General's Office, told the television outlet.
  • NY woman killed after hunter mistook her for deer

    NY woman killed after hunter mistook her for deer

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    Sheriffs say Jadlowski fired the shot after sunset, which is the legal limit to hunt deer. "Just free spirits, I guess, kind of enjoying life and having fun". She never wanted credit and was always quiet about it. "You're done. That's the law". Dale Dunkelberger, a firearms instructor for the state Department of Environmental Conservation's hunter education program, said firing a shot after sunset can be extremely risky.
  • 'Coco' Conquers Thanksgiving Box Office With $71 Million

    'Coco' Conquers Thanksgiving Box Office With $71 Million

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    The studio has not released a price for the movie. It's the lowest performer among the DC Extended Universe. However, it is the first film in the DC Extended Universe to post a 10-day total of below $200 million. Sony Classics saw stellar returns from its platform release of coming-of-age drama " Call Me by Your Name " with $404,874 at four venues in Los Angeles and NY since its Friday launch for an impressive per-screen average of $101,219.
  • State Police Issue More Than 3000 Tickets Over Long Weekend

    State Police Issue More Than 3000 Tickets Over Long Weekend

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    State Police said they responded to a fatal auto crash that closed the I-91 Northbound Exit 21 on-ramp in Cromwell around 1:35 a.m. this morning. Officials say at approximately 1:31 a.m. Anyone with any information about this accident should call Troop H of the state police at 860-534-1000. Jackson then allegedly drove his Acura into a State Police SUV, striking it in the rear.
  • Two injured in shooting at NY shopping mall

    Two injured in shooting at NY shopping mall

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    Some reports have said that two people were injured, but whether that was due to being shot or being injured upon evacuating is unclear at this time. Further details weren't immediately available. Middletown is about 120 miles southeast of Binghamton. News 12 has a crew at the scene and will update this story as more information becomes available.
  • Woman Receives Bittersweet Birthday Flower Delivery from Long Dead Father

    Woman Receives Bittersweet Birthday Flower Delivery from Long Dead Father

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    While the attractive flowers are special to Sellers, she said it does make her special day rather hard. Others praised her father, calling him an "example of what a good man is like", and telling Sellers, "your pops holds the crown". Thinking back to his first diagnosis, she says, she's now grateful she had the time to spend with him. Michael William Sellers also told his daughter to always respect her mother and stay true to herself.
  • George HW Bush becomes longest-living US President

    George HW Bush becomes longest-living US President

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    Gerald Ford held the record for longest-lived president when he died in 2006 at the age of 93 years 165 days. Ronald Reagan's vice president and his wife Barbara also have the longest marriage of any presidential couple and indeed of most couples, going strong at 72 years.
  • UP civic polls: 48 pc turnout in phase-II, peaceful voting

    UP civic polls: 48 pc turnout in phase-II, peaceful voting

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    Voting for the second phase of local body elections is being held today across 25 districts in Uttar Pradesh . According to the Newspaper, . Exuding confidence that the ruling party was going to sweep the polls, first-time MLA Pankaj Singh said, "For BJP workers, every election is a challenge".
  • White House Restates Support for Gulf Allies Against 'Iran Aggression'

    White House Restates Support for Gulf Allies Against 'Iran Aggression'

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    The US press release also reiterated the US support of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the GCC member states against the aggression of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, flagrant Iranian violations of worldwide law and the Tehran support of Al-Houthi rebels to target the Kingdom with missile systems that did not exist in Yemen before the conflict.