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Missouri Governor Declares State of Emergency

While a Ferguson, Missouri grand jury continues to deliberate whether to indict Darren Wilson for the murder of Michael Brown, Governor Jay Nixon, has declared a state of emergency and has called on the National Guard to prepare for the threat of yet another riot and the destruction of property which seriously effect the businesses of Ferguson. 51 more words

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Sources: Meeting Scheduled In Effort To Revive Revel Deal

By David Madden

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J., (CBS) — Earlier this week, a Toronto-based financial firm pulled out of a $110 million deal to buy the padlocked Revel Hotel Casino. 161 more words

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Sports Rehab: Mike Harmon talking sports

Mike Harmon from Fox Sports Radio joined Bob and Glenn to give a national perspective on all things sports.

The Oakland Raiders got their first win of the season last night by beating the Kansas City Chiefs on Thursday Night Football 24-20. 50 more words

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Narsai David Food News: 2 Reds, 1 White From J. Lohr Vineyards In Paso Robles

SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS)— This week’s wine recommendations come from J. Lohr Estates in Paso Robles. 2012’s Paso Robles Syrah has a medium-deep red color with a very appealing aroma of fruit and berries. 258 more words

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Mitch Evans On The Browns: "They Have Been A Bit Of A Surprise"

Mitch Evans of 92.9 The Game in Atlanta joined Ken Carman on the “Ken Carman Show.” Evans talked about the surprising Browns, the return of Josh Gordon, Brian Hoyer, Johnny Football, his thoughts on the game and what is going on with the Falcons. 65 more words

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Sports Rehab: Casey Stern talking Hot Stove Baseball

Casey Stern of MLB Network Radio joined Bob and Glenn to talk the moves being made and other possible moves in the baseball offseason.

The MLB offseason is underway and players seem to be either signing with new teams or staying with their current teams almost on a daily basis. 105 more words

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Volunteers Gather For City Harvest Warehouse’s ‘Repackathon’

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – For 24 hours straight, boxes were packed to help provide food for Thanksgiving to New Yorkers in need.

“The size of these bags here when we came in are now probably 2 or 3 feet high.  203 more words

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