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Auburn's West Water Loop Raises Emotions at Council Meeting
Despite a passionate plea from several Auburn residents and business leaders at Monday's city council meeting the west water loop is coming up dry. Resident Frank Critser said he feels the stalled water line is a continuation of the city's water divisions. Critser: "I agree we need a $600,000 water line, but I can't stand here and hear everybody (expletive) about a $16 million water facility. I'm sick of hearing about it. I voted it in. I voted it for four years down the road. Quit worrying ...
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Passengers Help Save Baby on Diverted US Airways Flight
(HOUSTON) -- A US Airways flight was diverted to Houston after a baby reportedly stopped breathing -- with passengers on board coming to the baby’s rescue.Flight 678 departed....
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Court Reenactment Tries to Cast Doubt on Oscar Pistorius' Story
(PRETORIA, South Africa) -- A police officer got on his knees during Oscar Pistorius' murder trial Wednesday to demonstrate that marks on a bathroom door suggest that Pistorius, a ....
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First-Ever Angus University Planned for National Angus Convention this November
The first-ever Angus University is planned as part of the 2014 Angus Means Business National Convention and Trade Show this November in Kansas City. Angus University is an all-day ....