• Freeze Warning for Tulsa Metro
Freeze Warning for Tulsa Metro

Sunday. However, the brisk morning temperatures are expected to wane through the day and reach a pleasant high of 65, the service says. The National Weather Service has issued a Freeze Warning for all of middle Tennessee. Forecasters say the temperatures could kill plants and cause outdoor water pipes to burst. Wichita Falls and parts of No...

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  • Trump's lobbyist ban complicates administration hiring
Trump's lobbyist ban complicates administration hiring

Trump described himself as a populist taking on the establishment, someone who would 'drain the swamp, ' " Sanders said. The five-year ban would merely redouble their resourcefulness as they search for workarounds that allow them to not technically classify as "lobbyists" once leaving the administration but rather to occupy some other very similar ...

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  • 1 killed, several injured in gas explosion in Illinois town
1 killed, several injured in gas explosion in Illinois town

Shops in Canton , Illinois, show damage after a possible gas explosion on November 16, 2016. Three other Ameren workers and several other people were injured. She says that while she was eating she heard the loudest boom she has ever heard. Chief Nichols says 48 other buildings in the downtown area were damaged but can be fixed.

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  • Kansas Mother Fatally Shot, Week-Old Baby Reported Missing
Kansas Mother Fatally Shot, Week-Old Baby Reported Missing

He immediately called 911 and informed officers that their 6-day-old daughter was also missing from the residence. The FBI said it has deployed a team specializing in investigating child abductions, and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children said it has dispatched members of its "Team Adam" - retired law enforcers - to assist in t...

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  • Trump, Obama begin transition
Trump, Obama begin transition

The nation's tradition of peaceful transitions of power, and the pattern of two-term presidents often watching members of the opposite party succeed them, means political foes frequently must behave cordially after lengthy, heated campaigns.

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  • Republicans rally behind Ryan, start to forge legislative plans for Trump agenda
Republicans rally behind Ryan, start to forge legislative plans for Trump agenda

On Monday, one of those pledges ran into reality as House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy suggested Congress might not sign on to the U.S. -Mexico border wall long promised by Trump. Trump on 60 Minutes: "But before we make that determination, Lesley, it's very important - we want to secure our border". This story was first published on CNN ....

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  • Behind the smiles, tough reality for Trump and GOP Congress
Behind the smiles, tough reality for Trump and GOP Congress

It takes 60 votes to pass legislation, so he'll need all of his skills to produce results with a slim majority. But Trump has taken a decidedly anti-free trade - and anti-TPP - stance. But finding the money in the budget for anything on that level will be almost impossible. "We must continue to work together to move Iowa forward".

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  • Deputy responding to call about suspicious person killed
Deputy responding to call about suspicious person killed

The 20-year veteran of the sheriff's department had just enough time to request backup after finding the suspect's stolen vehicle before he was killed, Christianson said. The sheriff said Wallace "was calling in the stolen vehicle to dispatch and then everything went silent". Deputies who arrived on the scene found Wallace with two gunshot wounds...

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  • First presidential election results: Clinton, 4; Trump, 2
First presidential election results: Clinton, 4; Trump, 2

Clinton voted along with her husband - former President Bill Clinton - at 8 am in Chappaqua, New York, where she has lived since running for senator from New York in 2001. Voters around the country faced long lines, occasional broken machines and some hot tempers Tuesday, but as the polls began closing from east to west, there were no signs of the ...

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  • Trump's campaign comments may be used in Trump University trial
Trump's campaign comments may be used in Trump University trial

This is one of two class-action lawsuits against the now-closed Trump University being heard in a San Diego courtroom; another lawsuit is based in a NY court. (Trump has called Curiel a "hater" and questioned his ability to be impartial, citing his Mexican heritage .) Speaking to reporters, Petrocelli called the case a "very hard circumstance ...

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  • IDNR Cautions Deer Hunters On Need for Tree Stand Safety
IDNR Cautions Deer Hunters On Need for Tree Stand Safety

MDC reminds deer hunters that the Wildlife Code of Missouri requires hunters who harvest deer during the opening weekend of the fall firearms deer season - November 12 and 13 -- in any of the 29 counties of the department's CWD Management Zone to present their deer for CWD tissue-sample collection on the day of harvest.

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  • Schools honor veterans for their sacrifice
Schools honor veterans for their sacrifice

Festivities continue at the park with the annual Veterans Day Observance Ceremony and Picnic hosted by American Legion Post 106 and other sponsors. Putnam Director of Veterans Affairs Karl Rohde reminded the public that Veterans Day is not to be confused with Memorial Day: " Veterans Day celebrates the service of all USA military veterans, w...

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  • Voters in key states face long lines, equipment failures
Voters in key states face long lines, equipment failures

There were no immediate reports of similar problems or glitches elsewhere in the state . Tens of millions of voters are expected to cast ballots to conclude what has been an unusually bitter presidential campaign that has lasted almost two years.

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  • Obama's final push: Whirlwind 3-state tour for Clinton
Obama's final push: Whirlwind 3-state tour for Clinton

Clinton's team is taking no chances, which accounts for the Democratic nominee's multiple stops in MI, a blue-leaning state the campaign had considered safe. "And we win this election if we win Florida". I said: 'No, no, no, no. "That happens because people in '08 decided to choose hope over fear", Obama said.

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  • The National Enquirer Covered Up Story of Donald Trump's Extramarital Affair
The National Enquirer Covered Up Story of Donald Trump's Extramarital Affair

However, American Media Inc., which owns the National Enquirer , thought it best not to publish the story to preserve its owner's friendly relationship with Trump. Trump and the Enquirer have been tight for a very, very long time since his days as a real estate mogul in NY, so it's likely here that the media outlet chose to kill a negative s...

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  • Voter intimidation arguments being heard in federal court
Voter intimidation arguments being heard in federal court

Neil Albrecht, executive director of the city of Milwaukee election commission, said about 41,000 people have already voted early in the city and the commission has had fewer than a half-dozen people request to change their ballot. Bobby Burchfield, an attorney for Republicans, told the judge party volunteers are engaging in normal poll-watching, a...

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  • Judge found Iowa police slaying suspect hit, exploited mom
Judge found Iowa police slaying suspect hit, exploited mom

A police K-9 unit has tracked down the gun used to kill two unsuspecting Iowa police officers, finding the weapon in a remote wooded area "where no person probably could have found it", police spokesman Sgt. Parizek says there was no relief for officers seeing the charges filed as they knew charges were filed and the big relief in the case came w...

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  • White House to hand over social media to new President
White House to hand over social media to new President

In all, more than 46 million people - up to 40 percent of the electorate - are expected to vote before Election Day. Despite those comments, Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway said Trump plans to focus on health care, the fight against the Islamic State group, job creation and "certainly ethics".

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  • Democrats scramble to return suspicious campaign donations
Democrats scramble to return suspicious campaign donations

In a statement Sunday, a spokesman for Hassan - a Democrat who is in the midst of a race for US Senate - said the campaign was unaware of the "practices inside this firm". "So, the only thing to do is to take the action we took, because we won't tolerate anything of that kind". Cincotti then called the Republican party hypocritical for "pointing ...

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  • 5 were hurt in deadly Halloween party shooting
5 were hurt in deadly Halloween party shooting

On October 30, 2016, police arrested 21-year-old City of Newburgh resident Rainier Hamilton for felony Criminal Possession of a Weapon 2 degree and felony Tampering with Physical Evidence. Her father Omar Free told the news channel: "She was just at a party, and the next thing I find out, I get a phone call saying my daughter got shot".

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