• Health care rally planned outside Valadao's office
Health care rally planned outside Valadao's office

Open letter to my congressman: Thank you for seeking my views regarding the proposed American Health Care Act . It would also put Americans buying insurance through subsidized marketplace in the same position as those covered by Medicaid or the federally funded Native American and military personnel health care programs, who already can not get ...

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  • Syrian army 'retakes Damascus district' seized by rebels in surprise attack
Syrian army 'retakes Damascus district' seized by rebels in surprise attack

A Syrian military source told AFP the army had recaptured "most of the positions where rebels advanced yesterday". As forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad have made significant gains all around the country in recent months, they have focused on regaining control of the entirety of the capital.

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  • Mom: My Baby Died Because 911 Didn't Answer When Babysitter Called
Mom: My Baby Died Because 911 Didn't Answer When Babysitter Called

Mayor Mike Rawlings expressed frustration about the danger the situation poses for residents. Taffet tried again but had to wait 20 minutes for an answer. In January, they thought it was fixed. T-Mobile, the third largest wireless network in the United States, is blamed for the death of an infant and adult male.

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  • McDonald`s employee jumps to the rescue of off-duty cop
McDonald`s employee jumps to the rescue of off-duty cop

In fact, he hopped right out of the window and ran to her auto. As the SUV rolled away with the woman and her children inside, Pedro didn't hesitate to jump out of the window and chase after the vehicle. To the woman's fortune, a team off-duty paramedics and firefighters were having their meal inside the restaurant when the incident occurred. A...

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  • Lowest Gas Prices In Enid
Lowest Gas Prices In Enid

Past year saw a three-way fight for clients in a MI resort town bring prices per gallon down to $0.47 - pennies above federal and state excise taxes. The five states taking the largest increases were Utah (up 8 cents a gallon), OR (8 cents), Alaska (5 cents), Washington (5 cents) and Idaho (3 cents).

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  • Fire officials aim to eliminate fatal fires with reminder
Fire officials aim to eliminate fatal fires with reminder

Carbon monoxide alarms should also be installed in your home. Homes without working smoke alarms have already contributed to multiple fire fatalities this year in Ontario. All smoke alarms work, but photoelectric are less susceptible to nuisance alarms, and ionization alarms are weaker in high air flow environments. And you'll sleep better kn...

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  • Extent of Oklahoma Wildfires Seen From Plane
Extent of Oklahoma Wildfires Seen From Plane

Cody Crockett and Sydney Wallace died trying to herd cattle away from the flames, the newspaper reported. Fires in the state were at 342,237 acres on Wednesday afternoon, with 0 percent containment, "and the last thing we need is to have additional fires", he said.

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  • Passenger causes plane to divert after he's charged $12 for a blanket
Passenger causes plane to divert after he's charged $12 for a blanket

That's when he was told there would be a $15 charge, and he allegedly made remarks that made flight attendants uncomfortable, Pedregon said. He was allowed to book another flight to his destination. Data from the Flight Radar 24 website shows that the diverted flight later continued on to Honolulu following its unscheduled LA stop. "I thought i...

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  • Elderly twin sisters die amid frigid weekend temperatures
Elderly twin sisters die amid frigid weekend temperatures

All three went to Haley's Opechee Drive home at about 8:30 p.m. This past weekend, twins Jean Haley and Martha Williams died from hypothermia. This undated photo provided by the Haley family shows Jean Haley, of Barrington, R.I., when she was about 25 years old.

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  • Boy dies after being left in SUV outside Florida day care
Boy dies after being left in SUV outside Florida day care

Manchego was rushed to a nearby medical centre and later died in hospital. At around 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, a 21-year-old woman arrived for work in Brandon, Fla., according to the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office. "We are keeping Jacobs's family in our prayers". "In this case, a mother lost her 2-year-old son to her 21-year-old daughter and it'...

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  • Donald Trump Says He Will Not Attend the White House Correspondents' Dinner
Donald Trump Says He Will Not Attend the White House Correspondents' Dinner

President Donald Trump speaks during a news conference, Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017, in the East Room of the White House in Washington. Jeff Mason, the president of the White House Correspondents' Association, said in a statement released Friday that the group's board "is protesting strongly against how today's gaggle is being handled by the White...

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  • Former student charged with killing Tara Grinstead
Former student charged with killing Tara Grinstead

Ricketson did say new developments surfaced in recent days and will be shared with the news media Thursday afternoon. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation will hold a news conference at 3 p.m.in Ocilla Thursday to give an update on the investigation.

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  • Hundreds Protest After Off-Duty LAPD Officer Fires Shot Amid Struggle With Teens
Hundreds Protest After Off-Duty LAPD Officer Fires Shot Amid Struggle With Teens

After a friend to the teen violently came to his assistance, the off-duty cop can be seen pulling a handgun from his waistband and firing a single shot, not striking anyone but sending the teens running for cover. Daron Wyatt said no one was struck by the gunfire; police later arrested two of the boys, one for making criminal threats and batte...

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  • San Jose flood easing after thousands evacuated
San Jose flood easing after thousands evacuated

Mass flooding pummeled San Jose, California, Tuesday, leaving residents swimming in the streets and cars floating down currents of rainwater. Storms over the weekend caused the reservoir, the largest body owned by the Santa Clara Valley Water District, to rise higher than 100 percent of its capacity by February 18, sending water over the spillway...

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  • Dale Earnhardt Jr. embraces retirement if he wins NASCAR title
Dale Earnhardt Jr. embraces retirement if he wins NASCAR title

Earnhardt Jr. qualified on the front row for Sunday's race in his return to racing after missing the final half of last season due to medical issues stemming from a concussion he suffered past year at MI. Stewart-Haas Racing filed suit against the company, saying it owes almost $32 million in payments owed for the 2017 and 2018 seasons. The 42-ye...

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  • Officer killed, another wounded in Southern California
Officer killed, another wounded in Southern California

Los Angeles County Fire Dispatch Supervisor Art Marrujo said paramedics treated two police officers and one other individual for gunshot wounds. When officers arrived on scene the other dr. "It's extremely tragic", Corina said. A Whittier police officer was killed and another wounded in a shooting Monday while they were trying to help a man w...

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  • Sen. Rand Paul Leaves Obamacare Meeting, Proposals 'Unacceptable to Me'
Sen. Rand Paul Leaves Obamacare Meeting, Proposals 'Unacceptable to Me'

Republican leaders distributed the skeleton proposal at a meeting of the House Republican Conference in the Capitol on Thursday. They have had years to plan for it, and they have already passed a budget with the express objective of using it for repeal.

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  • EPA Employees So Terrified Of Pruitt They're Whining To Their Senators
EPA Employees So Terrified Of Pruitt They're Whining To Their Senators

Pruitt was confirmed after a vote to delay his confirmation until emails ordered released by a judge could be reviewed by the Senators. He sued the agency he intends to lead more than a dozen times while top prosecutor of his oil and gas producing state, and has expressed doubts about the science behind climate change.

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  • 5 arrested in the Bronx following round of ICE raids
5 arrested in the Bronx following round of ICE raids

The percentage of Europeans in the total US foreign-born population plummeted from 75 percent in 1960 to 11 percent in 2014, thanks in large part to the Immigration Act of 1965, which abolished national-origin quotas that gave preference to European migration.

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  • Planes clip wings while taxiing at Phoenix airport
Planes clip wings while taxiing at Phoenix airport

Crews on scene reportedly determined that there was a fuel leak, as a result. There were no reported injuries on either aircraft. This is a breaking news story, stay with FOX 10 Phoenix on air, online, and on Social Media for further updates .

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