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Consequences of a DUI arrest are jail time, the loss of a driver license, higher insurance rates, court fees, auto towing and fix, and lost wages from time off work. Like Sgt. Shoemaker said, there are many other ways to ensure a safe ride home besides relying on a friend. Be sure your designated driver tweets @NHTSAgov during Super Bowl LII to be featured on NHTSA's National Wall of Fame.
  • Train Carrying Republican Lawmakers Crashes With Truck

    Train Carrying Republican Lawmakers Crashes With Truck

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    Jeff Flake dusted-off his first-aid skills again Wednesday to help a man who was badly hurt when a train carrying GOP lawmakers collided with a garbage truck . Vice President Mike Pence attended on Wednesday. "When this thing hit, I got thrown", he said. Another media briefing by the NTSB is expected to take place sometime Thursday afternoon.
  • NASA Found a Satellite That's Been Missing in Space for 13 Years

    NASA Found a Satellite That's Been Missing in Space for 13 Years

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    For confirmation, he contacted Principal investigator of the IMAGE mission, DR. James L. Burch. Tilley had been scanning high-Earth orbit for evidence of Zuma, a secret U.S. Later on, the data and readings were collected from the satellite by Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab in Maryland. Nasa was then able to analyse radio frequency signals produced by the object and yesterday confirmed it was the missing satellite.
  • Shooting at school in Westlake District; 2 shot, 1 in custody

    Shooting at school in Westlake District; 2 shot, 1 in custody

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    Edward Bernal of the Los Angeles Unified School District Police Department told KTLA-TV. There are two 15-year-old victims, a boy and a girl, the Los Angeles Fire Department said. Students are led away from the school after the shooting in Los Angeles . Officer Drake Madison says reports of gunfire came in shortly before 9 a.m.
  • UIL realignment shuffles area schools to new districts

    UIL realignment shuffles area schools to new districts

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    That will leave teams in this district with only two non-district games before starting an eight-game district schedule. Braswell, now in Class 5A DII, will be in District 7-5A (DII) with Denison, Frisco, Frisco Lebanon Trail, Frisco Memorial, Frisco Reedy, Lake Dallas, Lucas Lovejoy and Princeton.
  • RAC questions plans to penalise 1mph-over speed offences

    RAC questions plans to penalise 1mph-over speed offences

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    Brake wholeheartedly supports chief constable Anthony Bangham's view that a zero-tolerance approach to speeding is required, sending a clear signal that breaking the law is not acceptable. Others have argued that it could make roads more unsafe with motorists obsessively checking the speedometer instead of keeping an eye on the road. The Department for Transport declined to comment.
  • Cape Town crisis: preparing for life without running water

    Cape Town crisis: preparing for life without running water

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    Cape Town's population has also been growing rapidly, compounding the effects of the three-year drought. . The next crisis may lurk in the mountains of Lesotho, a land-locked mountain kingdom encircled by South Africa. Cape Town is facing a dystopian future - on 12 April, dubbed Day Zero, the South African city is expected to become the world's first major metropolis to run out of water.
  • FS trapped miners: Unions concerned about rescue speed

    FS trapped miners: Unions concerned about rescue speed

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    Sibanye-Stillwater spokesperson James Wellsted said on Thursday afternoon that all the miners have been accounted for and are safe. Sixty-five people were rescued during the day, but as many as 1,200 are still thought to be trapped. The miners who were left trapped were working in shafts one‚ three and four of the mine. "Mining is very unsafe, and mineworkers risk life and limb daily to put bread on the table for their families".
  • Dexter the emotional support peacock barred from flying

    Dexter the emotional support peacock barred from flying

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    Video taken by another person in the terminal captured the bird owner first trying to bring the bird inside before she started walking with a luggage cart through the building with the peacock on her shoulder. The traveller even offered to buy a ticket for the bird, but airlines did not budge. The airline also noted that passengers are required to provide proper documentation from a medical professional at least 48 hours in advance of boarding that specifies the passenger's need for an animal.
  • CDC Director Brenda Fitzgerald resigns

    CDC Director Brenda Fitzgerald resigns

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    Fitzgerald , 71, a physician who served as the Georgia public health commissioner until her appointment to the CDC post in July, said in an interview late previous year that she already had divested from many stock holdings. But she had recused herself from various duties as CDC director, citing potential conflicts. Fitzgerald had also invested in food and pharmaceutical companies while she was on the job.
  • Obasanjo Registers Fully With Coalition For Nigeria

    Obasanjo Registers Fully With Coalition For Nigeria

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    Obasanjo suggested the formation of the movement in his recent statement on President Muhammadu Buhari and his administration. He said that the movement would provide equal platform for all Nigerians, especially women and youths. But we also aware that a new generation is at the vanguard of taking over and why our own generation is stepping back as Governor Oyinlola said. " Obasanjo , who composed a new song for the nation, said 'I see a new Nigeria in the hands of God and we will all be ...
  • White House weighs release of Republican memo as GOP, FBI publicly spar

    White House weighs release of Republican memo as GOP, FBI publicly spar

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    He suggested in the letter that the committee could also vote on whether to release a 10-page memo that Democrats crafted as a response to the Nunes document. President Trump is said to want transparency and will "100 per cent" be releasing the documents. On Monday, the committee voted to make the Democratic memo available to all House members - but not the public.