• La. Teacher Handcuffed At School Board Meeting After Talking About Pay
La. Teacher Handcuffed At School Board Meeting After Talking About Pay

According to local news station KATC , Deyshia Hargrave , an English language arts teacher at Rene Rost Middle Schools , asked a couple of questions - which board officials answered - during the public-comment only portion of the meeting.

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  • Missing reporter followed by suspicious man has been found
Missing reporter followed by suspicious man has been found

She was first reported missing late Saturday night on January 6. after telling a friend that she was being followed by someone, the Houston Chronicle reported. Courtney's roommate said a suspicious man followed her home in a blue truck. Police said that they do not suspect any foul play, and have no reason to believe any crimes were committed...

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  • Federal pot policy change sparks confusion, crackdown fears
Federal pot policy change sparks confusion, crackdown fears

Sessions, a longtime critic of marijuana legalization, says it causes spikes in violence and crime. State Sen. Richard "Tick" Segerblom, a Democrat and the dean of marijuana legislation in Nevada, anxious the Trump administration reversal of the hands-off Obama-era policy would snuff out a budding business.

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  • Jammu and Kashmir: Four policemen killed in IED blast at Sopore
Jammu and Kashmir: Four policemen killed in IED blast at Sopore

Witnesses said the powerful blast near Gole Market ruptured bodies of the slain policemen, destroyed five shops, and partially damaged three other shops. Khan led police officers and jawans in paying floral tributes to the martyrs, a police spokesman said here. The policemen were patrolling the area in view of a Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL)-...

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  • Roy Moore accuser Tina Johnson's home gutted in fire, arson investigation underway
Roy Moore accuser Tina Johnson's home gutted in fire, arson investigation underway

Johnson and her family said they lost everything they owned. "I am devastated, just devastated", Johnson said. Johnson and her husband were at work at the time and her grandson was at school. Tina Johnson , who accused Senate candidate Roy Moore a year ago of grabbing her in his office in the early 1990s, lost her home in a fire this week.

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  • North Korea's ballistic missile accidentally hits own city
North Korea's ballistic missile accidentally hits own city

A new report on Wednesday revealed that North Korea accidentally bombed one of its own cities after a missile launch test failed this past April. The source said that within a minute of being in the air, the missile's first stage engines failed and caused it to crash back down to the ground.

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  • Woman Was Assaulted On Vegas Flight
Woman Was Assaulted On Vegas Flight

According to a federal complaint obtained by the Press, the woman claims she woke up as Ramamoorthy was putting his "fingers in her (genitals) and vigorously moving them", and that he stopped once she was awake. Ramamoorthy was arrested at Detroit's Metro Airport. He also alleged that the woman had fallen asleep on his knee, and he was unawar...

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  • Manufacturing sector records record growth in December
Manufacturing sector records record growth in December

Manufacturing activity has remained above the 50 mark separating growth from contraction since June 2013 when Ireland was approaching the end of a three-year global bailout programme. Analysts widely expect growth to slow further in the final three months of the year, though the full-year growth rate is still likely to exceed the government's targe...

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  • Doctors go on one day strike againsat National Medical Commission
Doctors go on one day strike againsat National Medical Commission

A bill to replace the apex medical education regulator - Medical Council of India (MCI) with a new body, to ensure transparency, was introduced in the Lok Sabha on December 29. "The amendments should be in favour of doctors", Dr Bharath Kumar, president, Karnataka Medical Students and Youth Doctors Association. While doctors in government hospita...

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  • Kim Jong-un Wants to Send Delegation to Pyeongchang Olympics
Kim Jong-un Wants to Send Delegation to Pyeongchang Olympics

But if there are talks, they would be the first formal dialogue between the Koreas since December 2015. Presidential office spokesperson Park Soo-hyun was speaking after Pyongyang's state-run TV channel aired Kim's New Year address on Monday.

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  • Authorities: Multiple sheriff's deputies down in Colorado after shooting
Authorities: Multiple sheriff's deputies down in Colorado after shooting

Deputy should be ok and suspect in custody. The suspect also shot two civilians, before he was gunned down by police and was believed to be dead, the Douglas County Sheriff's Office said. The deputies at the scene were responding to reports of a "domestic disturbance" at an apartment complex on East County Line Road in Littleton, Colorado, on th...

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  • 2 arrested in Troy quadruple homicide investigation
2 arrested in Troy quadruple homicide investigation

A property manager made the grisly discovery at a home in Troy , a city near Albany, police Capt. Daniel DeWolf said. Police say the women were in a relationship. "After being in this business for nearly 42 years, I can't describe the savagery of this", Tedesco told reporters Wednesday. And Shanise's uncle Khalif Coleman said, smiling, that the ...

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  • Facing backlash, Congress MLA Asha Kumari apologises for slapping woman constable
Facing backlash, Congress MLA Asha Kumari apologises for slapping woman constable

However, the matter did not end there as the woman constable also slapped the Congress MLA. A senior Congress leader told TOI that after seeing the video, Rahul expressed his displeasure and told Kumari that she should not have hit the cop.

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  • British woman accused of drug smuggling into Egypt jailed for three years
British woman accused of drug smuggling into Egypt jailed for three years

The black market for Tramadol has grown in Egypt over the past decade, with many using the drug recreationally as a heroin substitute. The family's local MP Karl Turner said: "I think it's a damning indictment about good sense and fair play".

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  • Trump questions FBI's integrity in Russian Federation investigation
Trump questions FBI's integrity in Russian Federation investigation

The president did not mention in the comment which segment or guest on the show elicited the response, but the comments came following an interview involving former Republican Rep. Mother Jones editor and reporter David Corn pushed back on talking about leakers, but flatly told Politico Baker was not his source. The investigations have yet to sh...

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  • North Korea: Russia offers to mediate US-Pyongyang dispute
North Korea: Russia offers to mediate US-Pyongyang dispute

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov told state-run media that no one wants to see war on the Korean Peninsula and that he hopes the United States is not planning a military approach to resolving the situation. Those sanctions sought to further limit North Korea's access to refined petroleum products and crude oil and its earnings from workers ...

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  • Christmas celebrated in Odisha
Christmas celebrated in Odisha

The incident was caught in CCTV camera of the Baptist Church at Hawakana area of the town and it had also gone viral on social media with people condemning the incident which took place hours after the midnight service. Special lighting arrangements have also been made in malls and other public areas, with a large decorated Christmas tree in the vi...

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  • CHP officer from Tracy dies in Christmas Eve crash
CHP officer from Tracy dies in Christmas Eve crash

Another officer in the vehicle, Jonathan Velasquez, was treated at a hospital for lacerations and released Monday, said Sgt. Rob Nacke, a CHP spokesman. He was married with three kids, CHP said in a press conference. Instead, he was pronounced dead at St. Officials from the CHP Golden Gate office confirmed the "tragic in the line of duty death of...

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  • Tunisia Bans UAE Emirates Airline From Landing In Tunis
Tunisia Bans UAE Emirates Airline From Landing In Tunis

United Arab Emirates-based private airline Emirates has been banned from landing in Tunisia over violation of "international law and treaties". "We have met with our brothers in Tunisia about security information that has imposed specific and circumstantial measures", he said.

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  • Corey Lewandowski Accused of Butt 'Smack' (Twice) by Trump Supporter
Corey Lewandowski Accused of Butt 'Smack' (Twice) by Trump Supporter

A female singer has accused a former campaign manager for President Donald Trump of repeatedly slapping her behind during a party at Washington's Trump International Hotel in November, according to United States website Politico. And NBC's request for comment from Lewandowski was not immediately returned. Those charges were eventually dropped by ...

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