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Tom Green County on Tornado Watch for Thursday Evening

Tom Green County on Tornado Watch for Thursday Evening

For preparation, Nagle suggested placing vehicles in the garage, if available, taking any outdoor decorations inside, and to pay attention for updates through the media or weather services. If you are driving, make sure to be cautious, because storms will greatly impact visibility. Again, I have to emphasize that at this point it looks like most of the action will remain just outside our viewing area to the north with only a small chance of an isolated strong/severe storm developing ... Read More

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Planned Parenthood Closes Four Clinics In Iowa

Planned Parenthood Closes Four Clinics In Iowa

That clinic now will expand to also provide reproductive and family planning services as the other clinics in the state provide, said Shaya Torres, spokeswoman for Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains in New Mexico. According to the report , Planned Parenthood of the Heartland had served 30 percent of the individuals on Iowa's Medicaid family planning program. Read More

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Soundgarden star Chris Cornell dead at 52

Soundgarden star Chris Cornell dead at 52

The sad news of Chris Cornell's death has shaken the musical industry and the fans of the genre. Soundgarden performed at the Fox Theatre Wednesday night, just hours before Cornell's death. He and the band were in Detroit , Michigan, for a concert . He founded the band Soundgarden in 1984, but they wouldn't find big fame until 10 years later when their album Superunknown launched them onto the charts with the singles "Black Hole Sun" and "Spoonman". Read More

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Soundgarden's Chris Cornell dies after Detroit show

Soundgarden's Chris Cornell dies after Detroit show

Cornell was only 52 years old at the time of his death. Telling the audience that he could never sing like Chris, he encouraged the crowd to join in and sing with him if they knew the words. "A great singer, songwriter and the loveliest man". The band broke up in 2007 due to tensions in the group and Cornell continued to pursue his solo career. Read More

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President Donald Trump establishes Election Integrity Commission to study voter fraud

The presidential commission is in addition to a voter fraud task force led by Vice President Mike Pence that Trump established in February to investigate balloting in the 2016 election. The American Civil Liberties Union, now suing Kobach's office over a Kansas law that requires proof of citizenship in order to register to vote, requested the release of the documents Kobach brought to his meeting with Trump. Read More

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Sally Yates Testimony Blows Trump Russia Scandal Wide Open

Sally Yates Testimony Blows Trump Russia Scandal Wide Open

Yates had been called to testify after reports she'd warned White House officials that former national security adviser Michael Flynn has compromised through communications with Russians. On Monday, former acting Attorney General Sally Yates , who was sacked by Donald Trump for refusing to defend his original travel ban executive order, gave her testimony before the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee. Read More

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Stadium delay gives Chargers time to cultivate LA market at StubHub Center

Stadium delay gives Chargers time to cultivate LA market at StubHub Center

The Rams and Chargers will not move into their new stadium in Inglewood in 2019. Chargers president Alex Spanos added: "Our focus is always on the fan experience". The complex also includes plans for a hotel, retail space, office space and a 6,000-seat entertainment venue. For those who don't know the Albert Hammond classic, " It Never Rains In Southern California ", you'll be disappointed to know that precipitation has delayed a significant date in the Rams return to southern California. Read More

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Line of storms move through Lincoln; tornado threat clears

The National Weather Service reported 20 tornadoes in Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska and Wisconsin on Tuesday. Some people remain trapped in their homes. One confirmed tornado was reported near a small town southeast of Dodge City, although there were no immediate reports of damage. The Red Cross and Salvation Army are assisting those who lost their homes. Read More

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Abbott, Cornyn comment on passage of Health Care Bill

Abbott, Cornyn comment on passage of Health Care Bill

Not only would the bill distract them from local crime-solving, they argued, but it would institutionalize racial profiling. The bill would allow police to ask the immigration status of anyone stopped or detained, as law enforcement officers from the " sanctuary cities " are now obliged to cooperate with Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents. Read More

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Congressman calls for Trump's impeachment on House floor

Green insisted that he did not consider politics while deciding to call for Trump's impeachment. The process is spelled out in the Constitution: Article II, Section 4 specifies that "the President, Vice President and all civil Officers of the United States, shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors ". Read More

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Ryan backs Trump, cautions against 'rush to judgment'

Ryan backs Trump, cautions against 'rush to judgment'

An undercover Israeli agent inside the Islamic State has been put at risk by President Donald Trump's disclosure of classified information to Russia, ABC News reported . "You can't let them get you down". The New York Times was the first to report on the memo's existence, and other news organizations have confirmed the account. Read More

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Trump on Asking for Comey's Loyalty: 'I Didn't'

Trump on Asking for Comey's Loyalty: 'I Didn't'

Trump, in an NBC interview Thursday, said that he had been intending to fire Comey - whom he derided as a "showboat" and "grandstander" - for months and that it had nothing to do with the Russian Federation investigation. Spicer said Trump's "robust schedule" means that "sometimes we don't get an opportunity to get in to see him and get his full thinking". "If it wasn't a priority before, [it's] damn sure a priority now". Read More

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Prince William cracking down on seat belt use on Memorial Day

Prince William cracking down on seat belt use on Memorial Day

This year marks the 15th anniversary of the Texas Department of Transportation's initiative which reminds drivers and passengers about the importance of wearing a seat belt and the fines they face for not buckling up. For more information on seat belt safety visit, www.penndot.gov/safety. Officers will stop and ticket unbelted drivers or passengers. "Did you know someone who was killed in a crash because they did not buckle up?" asked Sheriff Smith. Read More

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New Orleans removes P.G.T. Beauregard monument

Melvin Schneider waves an American flag in front of police barricades late Tuesday (Claire Byun). The bronze of P.G.T. Beauregard and his horse was lifted from its base a little after 3 a.m. In 2004, the words "slave owner" were painted on the monument's base. Instead moving as quickly as possible to remove them in the middle of the night. Read More

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Soldier held on $250000 bail in attack on female security guard

Soldier held on $250000 bail in attack on female security guard

De Leon, 23, faces one count each of aggravated battery causing great bodily harm, aggravated battery in a public place and aggravated battery of a peace officer. Popular Video SNL is not a fan of the Trump administration, and it shows with every new skit they produce. The building where Stigler was working, a condo complex, set up a GoFundMe page to help pay for Stigler's hospital bills and recovery. Read More

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Sudan's president invited by Saudi Arabia to Trump meeting

Sudan's president invited by Saudi Arabia to Trump meeting

In his answer about whether Al-Bashir would shake hands with the U.S. president, Ghandour said it was impossible to predict, but added that "shaking hands does not mean much if relations are not good". Relations between the United States and Sudan have not been tension-free of late, however. Trump will be in Saudi Arabia from Saturday on his first overseas visit since taking office in January. Read More

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Ford to cut 1400 jobs in North America, Asia

The Wall Street Journal reported the plans late Monday evening, citing people familiar with the proposal. Ford Motor Co. is reportedly planning substantial job cuts in order to boost profits and raise its stock price. Ford also isn't likely to cut jobs in its emerging businesses, like its research center in Palo Alto, California. Ford believes it will meet its targets by voluntary means, spokesman Mike Moran said Wednesday. Read More

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McDonald's to collaborate with Uber to deliver food in US

McDonald's to collaborate with Uber to deliver food in US

The " McDelivery " service will now be available in Los Angeles, Chicago , Columbus and Phoenix. Among the selections include Tito's, Don Julio, Stella Artois and Dom Perignon. The chain has partnered with UberEATS to launch a delivery service in Chicago . "We are excited to bring a new level of convenience and personalization to our customers in Southern California with UberEATS ", said Paul Tulaphorn, McDonald's franchisee and association president of the local McDonald's owner ... Read More

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Would Trump Request to End Flynn Probe Have Broken Law?

The White House initially said Trump was compelled to fire Comey by a critical memo from the deputy attorney general on the director's handling of last year's investigation into Hillary Clinton's email. "So we need to find out if that hard evidence exists, I think, before we leap to any conclusions". Despite the insistence of White House officials that he was sacked at the recommendation of the Justice Department over his handling of the Hillary Clinton email affair, the president himself ... Read More

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Trump says 'fast decision' possible on new FBI director

Justice Department officials on Saturday will interview four candidates to succeed ousted FBI Director James Comey . Trump went on to tell Holt that the Russian Federation investigation "should have been over with a long time ago" and that Comey's continued focus on Russian Federation showed "he's the wrong man for that position" as FBI director. Read More

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Wisconsin And Oklahoma Governors To Tour Damage

Wisconsin And Oklahoma Governors To Tour Damage

An entire wall of their mobile home suddenly came flying at them. As residents began the cleanup process after a tornado tore across the Elk City area, we are also hearing stories of survival. As of 9:30 p.m., Xcel Energy reported power outages still affecting 588 customers in the Eleva, Mondovi and Strum areas, 805 in the Ladysmith area and 142 in the Chetek area. Read More

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Dallas Honors Fallen Officers Against Backdrop Of July Attack

Dallas Honors Fallen Officers Against Backdrop Of July Attack

It's eight weeks since the murder of PC Keith Palmer in a terrorist attack in London. In Washington, D.C., our Senior Senator addressed the U.S. Senate and honored 2016 fallen police officers. This is Police Week, by presidential proclamation, a time to give due recognition and appreciation to the men and women who risk their lives every day of every week to keep the rest of us safe. Read More

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Sheriff: 1 dead after tornado hits Wisconsin trailer park

Sheriff: 1 dead after tornado hits Wisconsin trailer park

A sofa sits on damaged trees after a tornado ripped through Prairie Lake Estates trailer home park, just north of Chetek, Wisconsin. . The tornado in Barron County killed a resident. The Storm Prediction Center in Norman, Oklahoma, is classifying Thursday's storm chances as high risk in parts of Oklahoma and Kansas - the most severe risk category. Read More

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US Immigration Arrests Up Under Trump

US Immigration Arrests Up Under Trump

Immigration arrests increased by almost 40 percent in early 2017 as newly emboldened agents under President Donald Trump detained more than 40,000 people suspected of being in the country illegally - with a renewed focus on immigrants without criminal convictions. Read More

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Health Care Fight Shifts to Senate, Where GOP Wants a Reboot

Health Care Fight Shifts to Senate, Where GOP Wants a Reboot

The American Action Network is going up with a $500,000 buy that touts the health plan, known as the American Health Care Act, and thanks Ryan and Republicans who supported the measure in its narrow passage out of the House last week. The potential fallout crystallized nearly immediately. A number of those House Republicans could be Senate challengers to Democrats in 2018. Among the vulnerable: two-term Rep. Read More

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