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We'll start the day mild and sunny but temperatures will warm quickly, reaching the upper 70s by noon and into the lower 80s in the afternoon. Humidity values will be quite low. Showers and storms continue to be scattered about the region through tonight . Temperatures topping out around 80°. Highs will be in the mid to upper 80s on Saturday and Sunday .
  • Hodges man faces charges in murder-for-hire investigation

    Hodges man faces charges in murder-for-hire investigation

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    He is also accused of requesting a "flaming cross" be put in the front yard and to hang his neighbor from a tree, the indictment states. Authorities got a tip on March 19 from someone who said Lecroy contacted a white supremacist organization for help in killing a black neighbor, according to the affidavit obtained by Law&Crime .
  • Mother's Day gift guide for last minute shoppers

    Mother's Day gift guide for last minute shoppers

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    New Moon Cafe in East Quogue (newmooncafeeq.com, 631-653-4042) will serve brunch from 9 a.m.to 2 p.m. See the full menu here. Mother's Day: the ultimate guilt trip. Dockers Waterside & Marina in East Quogue (dockerswaterside.com, 631-653-0653) will have four seatings available: 10:30 a.m., 1 p.m., 3:30 p.m. and 6 p.m.
  • University of Florida apologizes for pushy graduation usher

    University of Florida apologizes for pushy graduation usher

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    Watch the video below to see the unidentified usher forcefully escort someone who appears to be a white girl from the stage. Fuchs said they "personally called each of the students impacted to convey his apology and to let them know that the practice of physically interfering with students' celebrations to rush them across the stage has been stopped", a university spokeswoman told ABC.
  • Video shows hot lava swallowing vehicle on Hawaii's Big Island

    Video shows hot lava swallowing vehicle on Hawaii's Big Island

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    In recent years the volcano has mostly released lava in hard-to-reach areas inside a national park or along the coastline. Those with heart conditions and lung disease may have problems if they inhale vog, or volcanic smog. All other islands are also unaffected. Hawaii's Kilauea volcano has erupted again, spewing toxic gases out of two new vents and prompting authorities to call for an immediate evacuation of residents from a second neighbourhood.
  • Worldwide community awaits Trump's decision on Iran deal

    Worldwide community awaits Trump's decision on Iran deal

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    But hardliners, who have always been against the 2015 deal, stoked outrage against the U.S. Some staged a mass burning of U.S. flags in the center of Tehran. Nikki Haley called the Iran deal "terrible" and said that it allowed Iran's bad worldwide conduct to worsen. "You want to continue the nuclear deal with the three European countries; I don't have confidence in these three countries", said supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei in a televised speech.
  • 9746 voter card recovered from Bengaluru, EC assures probe

    9746 voter card recovered from Bengaluru, EC assures probe

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    In a midnight briefing on Tuesday, Sanjiv Kumar, Chief Electoral Officer for Karnataka informed that as per the preliminary verification the ID cards are of actual electors and appears to be prima facie genuine. In a twist to the case of almost 10,000 voter id cards found in a flat located in the Rajarajeshwari Nagar , a photograph of alleged flat tenant Rakesh, who is son of a former BJP corporator has gone viral, raising suspicions of the role of BJP leaders in the case.
  • Salt Lake City Police Investigate Teen's Death As Homicide

    Salt Lake City Police Investigate Teen's Death As Homicide

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    Salt Lake police on Wednesday said they now consider him a suspect in the teenager's death. Baleigh Bagshaw had just returned home and was on the phone with her mother was she was attacked and killed. Shearer says the evidence at the scene suggested the death to be a homicide. French did not live in the home at the time of the murder, Sgt. Shearer said.
  • French Foreign Minister: Iran deal 'not dead', Macron to contact Rouhani

    French Foreign Minister: Iran deal 'not dead', Macron to contact Rouhani

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    The EU believes "that this is an agreement which belongs to the global community", EU ambassador to China Hans Dietmar Schweisgut said during a press briefing in Beijing. In exchange, Iran agreed to restrictions on its nuclear program, making it impossible to produce a bomb and establishing rigorous inspections. "Today, we have a historic responsibility to preserve the JCPOA, and history in the future will prove that Trump has made a big mistake", he said.
  • A few storms Thursday

    A few storms Thursday

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    Otherwise, Thursday will be partly cloudy with a high near 85 degrees and a steady breeze from the southwest. The ingredients are here for thunderstorms this afternoon and evening to be able to produce widely scattered areas of severe weather.
  • Deputy sheriff guns down groundhog after animal charges — GRAPHIC

    Deputy sheriff guns down groundhog after animal charges — GRAPHIC

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    DISTURBING footage has emerged of a U.S. police officer shooting a groundhog crossing the road. Experts say people who encounter animals acting strangely should call animal control. A statement released by the department explains that the deputy had pulled over on Liberty Road in Eldersburg, Maryland , after he realized that an animal in the road was "causing vehicles to stop and creating a hazard".
  • A sticky mess: liquid chocolate spills onto Polish highway

    A sticky mess: liquid chocolate spills onto Polish highway

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    Officials say that the chocolate began to cool and harden nearly immediately, making cleanup a hard task. He added that before the highway was closed, some drivers, who decided that a pool of chocolate was no impediment to their travels, spread the chocolate for several kilometers.
  • Kim Kardashian's candid Met Gala moment is very rare

    Kim Kardashian's candid Met Gala moment is very rare

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    The 2018 edition of the gala occurred Monday night at the Metropolitan Museum of Art . Each year the theme corresponds with the MOMA's new fashion exhibit and tickets can cost around $30,000 (£22,000) each. Although her dress may have been (relatively) understated and her beauty look fairly subdued, Kardashian proved she might have been the biggest diva of them all, confirming she enlisted Katy Perry to hand-carry her fake nails from Los Angeles to NY in time for the Gala.
  • United Kingdom lawmakers vote to strike Brexit date from bill

    United Kingdom lawmakers vote to strike Brexit date from bill

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    Britain unelected upper house will today debate the European Union withdrawal bill, the legislation that will formally enact Brexit. Meanwhile, Boris Johnson told MPs he is "completely in conformity" with the government's Brexit policy after dismissing the Prime Minister's preferred option for customs as "crazy".
  • Nobel Peace Prize for Trump?

    Nobel Peace Prize for Trump?

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    The US president would deserve the accolade if he tackled the nuclear threat posed by North Korea and Iran, the foreign secretary said as he turned on the charm during a trip to the US. At the end of April, South Korea's president Moon Jae-in rejected suggestions that he should win the prestigious award himself for his negotiations with Pyongyang, instead crediting Trump.
  • Israel Seeks To Deport Human Rights Worker Over Boycott Claims

    Israel Seeks To Deport Human Rights Worker Over Boycott Claims

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    The intelligence dossier compiled by Israeli authorities included Shakir's pro-Palestine activities decades ago when he was a Stanford University student. "It is inconceivable that a boycott activist can receive a permit to remain in Israel so that he can act in every possible way against the state".