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Salazar Knocked Out In 5th, Royals Dispose Of Indians 8-2

CLEVELAND (92.3 The Fan) - At some point, the Cleveland Indians are going to need the final two starters in their rotation to work deep into a game. 740 more words

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'The Lorax' Inspires Developer In Fight Against Detroit Blight

DETROIT (WWJ) – The Woodbridge neighborhood in Detroit isn’t a bad neighborhood. But it has its trouble spots. Dotted amid the stately Victorian brick homes is the occasional vacant house that has been left to rot through neglect. 308 more words

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Reaction Is Swift To Supreme Court Affirmative Action Decision

DETROIT (WWJ) – Malcolm Jones is an African-American high school senior who was recently accepted into the University of Michigan. He believes affirmative action should not be race-based, but a socioeconomic standard. 636 more words

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WCBS 880: #MyNYPD Twitter Hashtag Backfires, Gets Flooded With Images Of Police Brutality

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A NYPD social media effort backfired horribly Tuesday when Twitter users began posting photos of apparent police brutality.

The NYPD’s official Twitter account asked people to post of themselves with members of the Police Department using the hashtag #MyNYPD, WCBS 880′s Alex Silverman reported. 466 more words

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Sussex County Residents: Bears Are Everywhere

VERNON, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — New Jersey’s bear population is booming, leaving some residents complaining¬†they feel unsafe outside their homes.

As CBS 2′s Steve Langford reported, Howard Greenblatt is on a crusade against all the black bears that roam in and around Vernon, in Sussex County. 359 more words

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Send Time-Outs To The Trouble Corner? Experts Mixed On Disciplinary Practice

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Are time-outs worth the time?

A recent parenting blog about completely eliminating punishment for children has a lot of folks debating what works and what doesn’t. 386 more words

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Federal Agency Reverses Approval For Line Of Powdered Alcohol Products

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — It’s an alcohol product that could have had your neighborhood liquor store going dry.

“Palcohol” — a powdered, dissolvable alcohol — was reported to have gained federal approval. 351 more words

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