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Due to the south/southeast track of this, low and cold air from the north will be pulled into the mid-Atlantic, and it also will bring moisture with it from the Gulf of Mexico. "A few inches of snow closer to the D.C. and Baltimore metro regions can not be ruled out, but at this time we are leaning towards lower end of a dusting-2" range.
  • Macy's closing 100 stores, including 4 in MI

    Macy's closing 100 stores, including 4 in MI

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    Last fall, Macy's announced that it would be closing around 100 stores in 2017. Management at the mall declined to comment. The purchase price and exact date of the store closing were not disclosed, and emails sent to Macy's and 601W representatives did not get an immediate response.
  • One terrorist of LeT gunned down by security forces in J&K's Baramulla

    One terrorist of LeT gunned down by security forces in J&K's Baramulla

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    One terrorist is believed to be killed in the encounter, while another is holed up in the area. A police official told the Press Trust of India (PTI) that they had received information about the movement of terrorists in the Tarzoo area of Haritar village in Sopore, following which they laid an ambush.
  • At Least 4 Dead in Alabama Tornado, Officials Say

    At Least 4 Dead in Alabama Tornado, Officials Say

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    The people who died were all in one structure in the Rehobeth area, near the Florida border, according to Alabama's governor, Robert Bentley. Houston County EMA Director Chris Judah said a tree crashed through the home, killing four people.
  • Judge halts North Carolina law stripping incoming Dem governor's power

    Judge halts North Carolina law stripping incoming Dem governor's power

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    Gov. McCrory didn't concede until a month after the election. Cooper's attorneys argue in the lawsuit that the change violates the state's constitution. Cooper is seen here with his wife, Kristin, at an election night rally in Raleigh. Whether or not Cooper's legal attempts to circumnavigate - if not outright repeal - the new legislation will succeed remains to be seen.
  • Shooting at Wallingford's Oakdale Theatre leaves two dead, two hurt

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    A Meek Mill concert was just finishing up when shots rang out in a parking lot next to the concert. Police did not explicitly tie the shooting to the concert or Meek Mill , whose real name is Robert Williams. "We've had absolutely no problems up here" related to concerts at the Oakdale. Shots were fired at a Meek Mill concert in CT, reports My Record Journal , causing at least four casualties.
  • Comet Could Light Up New Jersey Sky On New Year's Eve

    Comet Could Light Up New Jersey Sky On New Year's Eve

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    The comet mostly appeared in December, as it appeared on Dec 15 for the first time when it was seen near M75-the star cluster. It is expected to become visible shortly after sunset and will stay above the horizon for a few hours before setting with the moon.
  • Jury Announcing Verdict in Lester Jones Murder Trial

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    A judge sentenced 65-year-old Lester Ralph Jones to life in prison without parole in the murder and kidnapping of Paige Birgfeld . Tuesday's guilty verdict comes almost four months after Jones' first murder trial ended with a hung jury, forcing Mesa County District Judge Brian Flynn to declare a deadlock-driven mistrial.
  • Cuomo Splitting State-Of-The-State Message Into Parts

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    Instead, the governor will give six regional addresses during the week of January 9. "There are three branches of government and the objective of the State of the State is for the governor to bring all branches together to discuss the governing agenda for the upcoming session", she said.
  • Clemson DB Jadar Johnson isn't impressed with JT Barrett

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    Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. ET on ESPN. OSU defeated No. 7 Oklahoma by 21 points on the road in September; it defeated No. 8 and Big Ten West Division Champion Wisconsin, on the road in overtime in October; and beat rival and sixth-ranked MI in double overtime to cap its 11-1 season.
  • Nonprofit leader who wrote racist Michelle Obama post fired

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    She added: "I'm exhausted of seeing a Ape in heels". Beverly Whaling, Clay's mayor, : was forced to resigned after she posted a note under Taylor's derogatory message saying: "Just made my day Pam". The Gazette Mail reported that in 2014 the nonprofit received about $363,000 from the state. He said the decision would be an opportunity for the CCDC to undergo major changes regarding leadership.