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Elderly man dies after missing 'T' intersection

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — The intersection of Highway 331 and Bridge Road in Washington County was closed for several hours Wednesday after a driver missed the turn and drove straight into a tree. 26 more words


Two whistleblowers' takes on the Charbonneau commission

Was the Charbonneau commission a frustrating disappointment or did it deal a blow to corruption?

Depends which whistleblower you ask.

On the pessimistic side: Ken Pereira, a former union executive who testified at the inquiry about links between Quebec unions, the Mafia and the Hells Angels. 908 more words

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Diocese to put historic St. George's Church up for sale

Historic St. George’s Church and Hall, facing likely demolition, will be put up for sale in a last-ditch effort to save it.

But officials at the Anglican Church’s Diocese of Huron — which owns the Walkerville property, with an asking price of $250,000 — aren’t holding their breath. 421 more words

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Unsolved murder: Investigators still looking for Bessemer mother's murderer

BESSEMER, Ala. (WIAT) — Right before Thanksgiving last year, a daughter found her mother, murdered in her own home in Bessemer. A year later, the killer is still out there and the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office is sharing details of the case hoping to bring in some new leads in the case. 321 more words


OSP: 'Potential for traffic crashes increase during Thanksgiving holiday'

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – In 2014, there were more than 20 traffic fatalities in Ohio during the Thanksgiving holiday and 1 in every 3 of those crashes involved an impaired driver. 263 more words


Governor Gives Thanks

 HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says he’s thankful Connecticut is creating a “second chance society,” where nonviolent criminals are given more opportunities to get drug treatment and successfully reintegrate into society. 118 more words


Students collect more than 2-million grams of cereal

They’re gonna need a lot of milk.

Students at Talbot Trail, Bellwood, Glenwood, Central, Southwood and McWilliam public schools participated in the 13th annual Cereal Box Challenge collecting 2,029,900 grams of cereal. 32 more words

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