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Authorities Probe Link to 2 Mystery Church Fires in Washington State

Authorities Probe Link to 2 Mystery Church Fires in Washington State

Ingram Publishing/iStock/Thinkstock(VANCOUVER, Wash.) -- Authorities are investigating mysterious fires at two churches in the Vancouver, Washington, area that occurred within a day of one another.

"We have two churches in one fire district and that's not normal," said David Schmitke, the public information officer with Clark County Fire District 6. "We're not quite to the point where we can say...

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Do "Dancing with the Stars" Pros Maksim Chmerkovskiy and Peta Murgatroyd Have a Baby on the Way?

Do "Dancing with the Stars" Pros Maksim Chmerkovskiy and Peta Murgatroyd Have a Baby on the Way?

Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Are Dancing with the Stars pros Maksim Chmerkovskiy and Peta Murgatroyd making room for another little pair of dancing feet?

The couple, who got engaged back in December, are expecting, sources tell People magazine.

This will be the first child for both Murgatroyd, 29, and Chmerkovskiy, 36.

Peta -- who along with her DWTS partner, America's Next Top Mo...

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Antibiotic-Resistant Strain of Bacteria Renews Fears of Superbug Arrival in the US

Antibiotic-Resistant Strain of Bacteria Renews Fears of Superbug Arrival in the US

luchschen/iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Federal health officials say researchers may have uncovered a strain of bacteria so resistant to treatment that some of the toughest antibiotics cannot kill it.

Bacteria found in a Pennsylvania woman suffering from a urinary tract infection was found to be resistant to the antibiotic called colistin, according to a case report released on Thursday in Anti...

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US Soldiers Recount Harrowing Descent from Mt. Everest

US Soldiers Recount Harrowing Descent from Mt. Everest

Zzvet/iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- U.S. Army 2nd Lt. Harold Earls was standing on the worlds tallest peak amid a roaring snowstorm when his Nepali Sherpa guide plunged off a 7,000-foot drop.

The pair had just reached the summit of Mount Everest and started their descent early Tuesday when clouds rolled in and 65 mph winds carrying ice and snow slammed into them. The Sherpa, An Doja, had devel...

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Microsoft, Facebook to Lay Massive Undersea Cable Across Atlantic

Microsoft, Facebook to Lay Massive Undersea Cable Across Atlantic

the-lightwriter/iStock/Thinkstock(SAN FRANCISCO) Microsoft and Facebook announced plans on Thursday to lay a 4,000 mile cable underneath the Atlantic Ocean.

The cable will be used to transmit data from Virginia Beach, Va. to a hub in Bilbao, Spain.

Microsoft says the companies are teaming up to bolster Internet infrastructure and satisfy their customers increased demand for data capacity.

The c...

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Goodell: League Remains Committed To Concussion Research

Goodell: League Remains Committed To Concussion Research

BananaStock/iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said Thursday the league remains committed to concussion research.

In a letter to all 32 team owners, he called for "continued and robust support of independent medical research."

The letter comes after a congressional investigation found NFL officials tried to improperly influence a study backed by the National Institutes...

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News for Thursday 052616

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Louisiana and 10 other states are suing the Obama administration over the recent transgender bathroom policy in public schools.

 

State lawmakers have agreed to raise the GPA requirement for upper-tier TOPS students, who also receive a stipend to help pay for their higher education costs.

 

Triple-A expects over 38 million Americans will travel over the Memorial Day weekend, the highest number of travelers since 2005.

 

The nonprofit group Rebuild Louisiana is raising money that will go towards getting public support for Governor John Bel Edwards’ legislative agenda.

 

The Republican-dominated House Labor and Industrial Relations Committee gave a thumbs down to every bill on its Wednesday agenda, including  an increase in the minimum wage, equal pay for women and measures dealing with back pay and equal pay for women.

 

The town talk reports a federal judge has ruled that the owner and others associated with Silver Dollar Pawn Shop must pay attorney fees and costs totaling more than $121,000 for filing a baseless lawsuit against the city of Alexandria, police officers and others.

 

A bill to help parents know who their kids are talking to online is heading to the Governor’s desk.

 

A bill to require warning signs to be posted 500 feet ahead of red light cameras has just received final legislative passage.

 

The website BayouOpportunity.com, has been launched to aid oil and gas industry workers find new jobs, as unemployment  continues to rise in that sector.

 

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention finds the adult smoking rate in the US is falling faster than is has in the past 20 years.

 

An LSU AgCenter scientist has discovered a new way to reduce the sodium content in food.

 

A deputy with the St. John the Baptist Parish Sheriff’s Office is under arrest on many charges after a variety of drugs were allegedly found in his vehicle during a traffic stop while he was off duty.

 

The Justice Department is urging a federal court to let government regulators decide if a New Orleans company has done enough to end an oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico that began nearly 12 years ago.

 

LSU baseball rallies past Florida, 5-3, in longest game in SEC tournament history. The win gives LSU a tussle with No. 1 seed Mississippi State at 8 p.m. Thursday and, to the victor goes the enviable Friday day off.


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