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Texas Ranch Owner Describes Justice Scalia's Last Night

Texas Ranch Owner Describes Justice Scalia's Last Night

Alex Wong/Getty Images(MARION, Texas) -- The owner of the Texas ranch where Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died of natural causes Saturday while on a quail hunting trip said Scalia was "animated" and a "delightful guest" the night before his death.

Scalia arrived at the Cibolo Ranch in Presidio County Friday around noon from a charter flight from Houston, ranch owner John B. Poindexter to...

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"The Silence of the Lambs" Turns 25 Today

"The Silence of the Lambs" Turns 25 Today

Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Here's a gloomy way to celebrate Valentine's Day: watch The Silence of the Lambs.

Sunday marks the 25th anniversary of the thriller, which was based on the Thomas Harris novel of the same name and introduced the world to Anthony Hopkins' take on Hannibal Lecter. Lecter was a brilliant psychiatrist turned cannibalistic serial killer to whom autho...

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Blind 8-Year-Old Girl Gives Classmates Braille Valentine's Day Messages

Blind 8-Year-Old Girl Gives Classmates Braille Valentine's Day Messages

Family Handout(SEATTLE) -- Amelia, a blind 8-year-old girl from Seattle, is flipping the script and empowering her fellow sighted classmates with braille Valentine's Day messages this holiday.

Using a Perkins Brailler, known also as "a braille typewriter," Amelia wrote individualized compliments for each of her second-grade classmates, such as "I think you're really smart" and "You're an awesom...

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State Department Calls for Release of Iranian Leaders Under House Arrest

State Department Calls for Release of Iranian Leaders Under House Arrest

(BEHROUZ MEHRI/AFP/Getty Images) A combo of two file pictures shows former Iranian parliament speaker and leader of the National Confidence reformist party, Mehdi Karroubi (L), addressing a press conference in Tehran on October 12, 2008 and former prime minister and opposition leader Mir Hossein Mousavi speaking after voting in the Iranian capital during the controversial presidential election...

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Census Bureau: Bookstore Sales Rebound

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Bookstore sales are on the rise in the U.S, according to new data released by the Census Bureau.

The data shows sales at bookstores increased by 2.5 percent in 2015, which is the industrys first such increase since 2007.

At the same time, eBook sales declined last year, as noted by Publishers Weekly. Overall from January to September 2015, eBooks were down 11 perc...

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Jordan Brand Gives Kobe Bryant Full Set of Air Jordans as Retirement Gift

Jordan Brand Gives Kobe Bryant Full Set of Air Jordans as Retirement Gift

Photo by Seyit Aydogan/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images(TORONTO) -- What do you get for the basketball player who has everything? A complete set of the most popular sneaker line in the world.

Michael Jordan's Jordan Brand honored retiring Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant with a full set of the Air Jordan line. In what the brand called a "one-of-a-kind gift," President Larry Miller gave Bryant a fu...

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Alexandria police are investigating the shooting of a 7 year old girl while she slept early yesterday morning. The girl was asleep in a home on Morris Street, along with others, when shots were fired outside. The bullet entered the home and struck the child. The child received non-life threatening injuries and remains in a local hospital.


After an identity case in California, a judge has ruled that Frank Selas is former Monroe TV personality “Mr. Wonderful.” Selas is accused of committing sex crimes in Louisiana in the 70s. Lt. Tommy Carnline with the Rapides Parish Sheriff’s Office says now the process of getting Selas back to Louisiana begins.


Governor John Bel Edwards says colleges and hospitals will close and critical healthcare services will be eliminated if the state legislature does not approve higher taxes to help close a $940 million budget deficit this fiscal year. Edwards made the comments during a special address that was aired on TV and radio stations.


After Edwards spoke, State Treasurer John Kennedy provided the Republican Party’s response. Kennedy says raising revenue is not the answer to the state’s budget problems.


The Louisiana Office of Student Financial Assistance has notified colleges and universities that due to uncertainty over potential budget cuts they are holding off on making any TOPS payments.


The State Department of Health and Hospitals is investigating two possible Zika cases in Louisiana.


Louisiana is experiencing one of its slowest flu seasons in several years. That’s according to Dr. Frank Welch, an influenza expert with the state department of health and hospitals. Welch says doctors are seeing very few flu cases.


Now that the giant burn chamber has arrived at Camp Minden, the process of disposing of the millions of pounds of M6 propellant can begin.


Louisiana Researchers have played a role in detecting gravitational waves, which Albert Einstein predicted would occur as part of his general theory of relativity.


The wife of former New Orleans Pelicans coach Monty Williams died after being involved in a crash in Oklahoma City.

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