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Team President Kevin Garinger said parents from across western Canada were struggling to cope with the tragedy and were rushing to the scene. "We will never forget April 6, 2018, and we will never forget the members of our Broncos family who were taken from us and who were injured", he said.
  • Coffeyville Police Arrest Suspect in Shooting

    Coffeyville Police Arrest Suspect in Shooting

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    Police said they investigated 476 crashes over the period including 143 that resulted in injury and 54 involving alcohol. Police officers took Hoover into custody. Majumdar told police that he kept her mother's body because he believed she could be brought back to life. Police confiscated three smartphones from her.
  • Bogaerts has career-high six RBIs as Red Sox trounce Rays

    Bogaerts has career-high six RBIs as Red Sox trounce Rays

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    He settled down after a shaky first inning to allow three runs on six hits with no walks and seven strikeouts in 7.1 solid innings. The second inning wasn't much better as he allowed four runs to score on a Xander Bogaerts grand slam. 1 prospect Michael Chavis has been suspended for 80 games without pay, per a league announcement on Friday. Bogaerts' slam came with two outs in the second and traveled approximately 425 feet over the Green Monster in left.
  • Rain is expected in the Valley throughout the weekend

    Rain is expected in the Valley throughout the weekend

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    Tuesday another cold front passes through, which will knock our temperatures back to the low to mid 50's for daytime highs. Monday night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 25. Any remaining rain or snow showers should continue to move out through the morning. Though this low will ultimately lead to another cold frontal passage next weekend, it may represent spring finally breaking through for more than just a quick visit like Friday .
  • 3-Alarm Fire Breaks Out At Trump Tower In New York

    3-Alarm Fire Breaks Out At Trump Tower In New York

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    Footage from the scene shows fire tearing through several floors of the building. President Trump tweeted shortly after the incident, saying the fire at his namesake high-rise "is out". Firemen (and women) did a great job. Trump was in Washington. The cause of the fire was not immediately apparent. This comes about three months after a minor fire broke out in a cooling tower on the roof of the building.
  • Rep. from SC displays gun at a meeting with constituents

    Rep. from SC displays gun at a meeting with constituents

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    Giffords' husband, retired NASA astronaut Mark Kelly, said in a statement that Norman is "no Gabby Giffords" and noted that his wife has dedicated her life to ending gun violence. In a statement, Giffords' husband, Mark Kelly, called Norman an extremist who relies on intimidation tactics and perpetuates fear. As a concealed carry permit holder, Norman said he often carries his guns with him in public.
  • A fire broke out on the 50th floor of Trump Tower

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    EDT in response to a fire. The 3-alarm fire broke out on the 50th floor just after 5:30 p.m. Saturday and was contained less than an hour later, the FDNY says. On Sunday evening, the president tweeted: "Fire at Trump Tower is out". Three people were injured in a heating and air conditioning system fire at the tower in January.
  • Trump administration imposes sweeping new sanctions on Russian elite

    Trump administration imposes sweeping new sanctions on Russian elite

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    Russia's state arms exporter, a key tool in Putin's efforts to support the modernization of his own military by selling advanced hardware around the world, was also added to the sanctions list . Konstantin Kosachev, chair of the Council of the Federation Committee on Foreign Affairs who was also named in Friday's sanctions list, called the USA announcement "another unjustified, unfriendly and meaningless step", state-run media RIA-Novosti reported .
  • Seven Palestinians killed by Israeli troops as Gaza bloodshed worsens

    Seven Palestinians killed by Israeli troops as Gaza bloodshed worsens

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    Thousands of Palestinian protesters started their "March of Return" on Land Day on March 30 which would culminate on the Nakba Day or the "Day of Catastrophe" on May 15. His colleagues carried his body through the streets of Gaza City , draped in a Palestinian flag and the blue flak jacket which was not enough to save his life.
  • USA - Trump begins informal prep for potential Mueller interview

    USA - Trump begins informal prep for potential Mueller interview

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    The United States imposed sanctions on Friday against Russian businessmen, companies and officials, striking at associates of President Vladimir Putin in one of Washington's most aggressive moves to punish Moscow for what it called a range of "malign activity", including alleged meddling in the 2016 U.S.
  • Take pledge for BJP's 2019 win, Shah tells partymen

    Take pledge for BJP's 2019 win, Shah tells partymen

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    Shah made the statement while addressing the party's 38th Foundation Day rally in Mumbai . Congress also alleged that BJP government at the centre was appointed an RSS person in every department of the government, which the party termed it as an "extra-constitutional authority".
  • Australian women break 4×100 freestyle relay world record

    Australian women break 4×100 freestyle relay world record

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    I was still a bit soft and slow in that first 200. That didn't happen so much in Rio, so it's just unreal. Kovchenko and Wu had been expected to light up their event at the Commonwealth Games , having taken gold at November's FINA Diving Grand Prix at the Gold Coast .
  • Nest egg' for Soros? Billionaire to invest in crypto after unexpected climbdown

    Nest egg' for Soros? Billionaire to invest in crypto after unexpected climbdown

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    A spokesperson for Soros Fund Management declined comment on the matter. But he didn't predict the hard tumble that some observers had forecast at the time. His Passport Capital started the funds in January and have mostly sought investments from family offices and other wealthy investors. With hedge fund profits dwindling, other macro managers have shown an interest in cryptocurrencies.