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The carnage that was caused by weapons introduced during the American Civil War forced doctors to make advances in medicine that might have taken another 25 years to develop had the conflict not been fought. “In many ways, the battlefield was the...
Around 1 p.m. Monday a southbound Norfolk-Southern train left the tracks parallel to the Geneva- McKinney Road in McKinney, spilling an estimated 40 cars onto the embankment and piling several on top of each other. No one was injured in the wreck, but...
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FOX40 NewsAnother half hour and he easily could have died. That's what Sac Metro firefighters are saying about a man they pulled from a cold, slippery canal. He spent four to five hours in the water before a passing jogger heard his cries for help. Ropes and...
Tribune reporterSmoking brakes on a Blue Line train were blamed for an emergency response at a West Town CTA station this afternoon. No injuries were reported in the incident. A still and box alarm and Emergency Medical Services Plan 1 were called about 12:45 p.m....
pix11.comBronx residents angry over a 200-bed homeless shelter to open on Clay St., across the street from a school with 1500 students, will protest this week. "It's the absolutely worst place to have a shelter. Parents are calling me scared about after-school...
email@example.comOAKES, N.D. — A severe thunderstorm that roared through Dickey County late Sunday afternoon, uprooted trees and damaged buildings, but left the region's residents unscathed. While winds might have reached 130 mph, local officials said there were...
firstname.lastname@example.orgScorcher, heat wave, dog day. Whatever the description, Monday was hot, and, Happy Sleeper, 5, had the solution. “It’s a great day for the pool,” she said, as her mother, Sarah, and three siblings prepared for a dip at the William E....
From the Office of Emergency Management: The National Weather Service has issued a Heat Advisory for New York City through 9 PM Tuesday, July 12. While temperatures are expected to reach into the low 90s, the combination of heat and humidity will make it...
For the first time in years, Lebanon County is seeing a spike in the number of suicides. “We are rather alarmed by the suicide rates this year, “ said Holly Leahy, Director of Lebanon County Mental Health Services. This year, 13 people...
Q13 FOX News Online & KTLA-TV & Los Angeles TimesA California woman was ordered held on $1 million bail Tuesday after police say she drugged her husband, cut off his penis and threw it into the garbage disposal. Then she turned the disposal on. Garden Grove, Calif., police were sent to the home around...
FOX 17 ReporterAt the beginning of the week, three rare snow leopards roamed an exhibit at John Ball Zoo, now there are only two. It's been a trying time for zoo staff, especially for those who knew the cub, and watched her develop over the past four weeks. "It's...
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