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Kansas And Missouri Hope To Attract Nearly 700 Usda Jobs


KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Kansas and Missouri officials hope to attract the nearly 700 well-paying USDA jobs that are being moved out of Washington D.C.The Kansas City Star reports that Kansas and Misso...

Champion Ham Fetches Record $2.8 Million At Kentucky Auction

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - That's no ordinary slab of meat on a platter: the grand champion ham of the 2018 Kentucky State Fair has fetched a record $2.8 million at auction.Two equal bids of $1.4 million...

California Lawmakers Send Brown Bill Limiting Plastic Straws

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - If you want a plastic straw with your drink you may soon have to ask at California restaurants.Lawmakers in the Assembly sent Gov. Jerry Brown a bill Thursday that would bar...

Advocates Criticize South Dakota Ammonia Release Response

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SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) - Water quality advocates say South Dakota officials acted prematurely in reporting that human health wasn't at risk from high ammonia releases at a Sioux Falls plant.Ammonia wa...

California Congressman And Wife Face Arraignment On Charges


SAN DIEGO (AP) - U.S. Rep. Duncan Hunter and his wife Margaret face arraignment in San Diego on charges they illegally used his campaign account for personal expenses.The California Republican and his...

Rights Guarantor Boards Migrant Ship Blocked In Italian Port


ROME (AP) - A delegation from Italy's guarantor of personal rights office has boarded a coast guard ship in a Sicilian port with 150 migrants stuck aboard for days, after the Italian interior minister...

U Of I Professor To Head Planned Chicago Innovation Center

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CHICAGO (AP) - The University of Illinois has picked one of its own professors to head an effort to build and operate a major innovation center in Chicago's South Loop.William H. Sanders has led the e...

Authorities: Mom Left 4 Toddlers Alone In Mostly Empty House

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HARRISON, Pa. (AP) - Authorities say a Pennsylvania mom left four toddlers alone in a mostly empty home for several hours.Deondra Bundy faces four counts each of child endangerment and recklessly enda...

Scientists Struggle To Measure Impact Of Invasive Species

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ALEXANDRIA, Minn. (AP) - Scientists still don't have a clear answer on whether invasive species are destroying Minnesota's lakes more than 20 years after they started spreading in the state's waters....

Groups Sue Boeing Over Duwamish River Contamination

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TUKWILA, Wash. (AP) - A new lawsuit says the Boeing aircraft company is poisoning the Duwamish River by pumping out pollution that is far and away above the legal limit.KOMO-TV reports environmental g...

Alpaca Dies After Eating Peanuts Dumped In Florida Field

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FLEMING ISLAND, Fla. (AP) - A young alpaca has died after eating whole peanuts that were dumped in a Florida field by a man in a blue car.The Creekside Animal Hospital in Fleming Island, Florida, says...

Feds Cut Back Herring Fishing Amid Concerns About Population

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PORTLAND, Maine (AP) - The federal government is cutting back the East Coast herring fishery by millions of pounds because of concerns about the status of the important little fish's population.Herrin...

Un Warns Of A Possible New Cholera Epidemic In Yemen


UNITED NATIONS (AP) - The United Nations is warning of a possible "third wave" of the cholera epidemic in Yemen, which is already "the largest outbreak on record."U.N. spokesman Stephane Dujarric said...

Artist-Friendly Space To Open On Philadelphia Waterfront

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PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Philadelphia officials have announced the opening of a new attraction on the Delaware River waterfront.The Philadelphia Inquirer reports Cherry Street Pier will open Oct. 12 in the...

Cdc To Provide Support To West Virginia In Hep A Outbreak

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - West Virginia health officials will receive technical support from the Centers for Disease, Control and Prevention in response to a hepatitis A outbreak.State health officer D...

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