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Celebrate Valentine’s Day on KCRA’s u local

Love is in the air! Everyone celebrates this “full of love” day with someone special, couple, family, friends, or even co-workers. Anything goes! Share your photos of Valentine’s Day! Upload photos or videos to the Valentine’s Day category so it can appear in the slideshow and have the best chance of …

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Police arrest suspect in murder of Ohio State student Reagan Tokes

BREAKING UPDATE: A suspect of murdering Reagan Tokes has been arrested. Brian Lee Golsbywas arrested by the Grove City Division of Police arrested, related to the murder of the Ohio State student. Goldsby, 29, was charged with aggravated murder, kidnapping, and robbery. Police say the suspect is scheduled for arraignment on …

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Sargento announces cheese recall

PLYMOUTH, Wis. (AP) – Sargento Foods Inc., Wisconsin-based cheesmaker is recalling a specialty cheese because of possible bacterial contamination. Deutsch Kase Haus, LLC of Middlebury, Indiana, notified that Sargento supplied the company with a Longhorn Colby heese that be contaminated with Listeria monocyctogenes. However, no illness have been reported. The 6.48-ounce …

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Newspaper Accidentally Uses Alec Baldwin ‘SNL’ Photo Instead of Donald Trump

After mistakenly using a false photo of Baldwin dressed as President Trump on SNL, 0n Saturday, Dominican newspaper El Nacional apologized. Instead of using Trump’s photo, the newspaper used actor Baldwin on the newspaper. The photo appeared in the paper next to Benjamin Netanyahu, Israeli Prime Minister. The photo “was placed …

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New death date for inmate spared from execution this week

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) – A Texas death row inmate’s execution date scheduled was halted for this week because of a legal technicality has received a new one. Jason Clark, Texas Department of Criminal Justice spokesman, says the prison agency has received court documents setting 37-year-old prisoner for May 16 Tilon Carter’s …

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1 Trains Bypass 168th St. Station Again as Broken Elevator Traps MTA Worker

WASHINGTON HEIGHTS — Friday morning, trains to the 168th Street 1 train station were skipping station in both directions, after an elevator broke down into two weeks for the third time, trapping an MTA worker inside, officials said. All four of the elevators, Friday morning, which are the only way …

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University community stunned to learn about death of Reagan Tokes

COLUMBUS (WCMH) — As a Bodega bartender, Reagan Tokes left her first shift, where she’d worker since summer in other capacities, on Wednesday night. Wearing all black, around 9:45 p.m., she walked to her car alone, something she didn’t do often as told by her co-workers to police. Like Tokes, …

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Get ready for Aug. 21 solar eclipse

Next week, the local Friends of Galileo Astronomy Club will hold a special program on ways to make solar filters for binoculars and telescopes. The filters are importantly needed and essential for protecting anyone’s eyes who are interested in watching the total solar eclipse on August 21 that will darken …

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National Pizza Day 2017: Grab a slice

(Photo: Getty Images) Here is something that we can get and take a break this time behind the political strife. Pizza. Marked as National Pizza Day, a time to celebrate the greatness of the near-perfect Italian concoction. As if you needed a reason. Any conversation about pizza until a debate …

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MTA service changes: Snow to impact subways, buses, LIRR

In parts of New York City, more than a foot of snow fell in on Thursday, leaving the task in the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to keep the city’s mass transit moving as smooth as possible. There were some transit changes, while morning commuters didn’t see much impact. Where the transit …

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