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Based on her statement, a rape case had been registered against the three and a manhunt launched for the culprits, the official said. They said Dlamini had known the constable from school days. "Oh really? By her?" She said she wasn't even sure what he was mad about. They kept up a casual sexual relationship after that, she said, but she mostly kept her distance.
  • Prep roundup: Webster County records first two wins of season

    Prep roundup: Webster County records first two wins of season

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    Smith 0-2, Umphery 0-1, A. Tanner 0-2, K. Clark 0-2, S. Hutchin 0-2, S. Reum 0-2. Gavin Murphy, Justin Young and Wyatt Petrey each collected two hits in the first game of the day, with Petrey connecting on a two-run home run in the third. "It's a tough way to lose a ballgame but I was really pleased with the way our guys competed", Joplin coach Kyle Wolf said. Robins pitched an outstanding complete game, giving up only three hits.
  • Scoreboard: Dakota Raabe, Michigan Hockey Advance to Frozen Four

    Scoreboard: Dakota Raabe, Michigan Hockey Advance to Frozen Four

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    Notre Dame then stormed back with three consecutive goals, before MI tied it up with 5:22 remaining. And for those who only followed the men's NCAA basketball tournament, this from the Frozen Four may sound familiar as well: MI lost. Andrew Oglevie had a goal and an assist, Cal Burke also scored, and Cale Morris stopped 25 shots for the Irish (28-9-2). A week of clutch performances by Notre Dame student-athletes continued Thursday.
  • Steve Spurrier to return to coaching in new spring football league

    Steve Spurrier to return to coaching in new spring football league

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    The league is set to launch in February, 2019. Other cities involved with the eight-team league, which will play a 10-week season and already has a television contract with CBS, will be unveiled in the coming days. Spurrier last coached for the South Carolina Gamecocks and resigned from the college team in 2015 after a successful 10 year run. Steve Spurrier just can't quit football.
  • BLUE STATE BLUES: New York Leads LAWSUIT Against 'Unconstitutional' 2020 Census

    BLUE STATE BLUES: New York Leads LAWSUIT Against 'Unconstitutional' 2020 Census

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    Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson said the census is used to establish congressional seats and distribution of an estimated $700 billion dollars per year in federal payments. Several states are planning to take President Donald Trump to court over his administration's decision to ask a controversial question on the upcoming 2020 Census .
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    The "Condom Snorting Challenge" Is Even Worse Than It Sounds

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    For some, yes. That's why health experts are warning parents about such social media challenges . The condom challenge (which is not to be confused with a different challenge of the same name, from 2015, in which teens would fill condoms with water and drop them on their friends' heads ) is not a new concept.
  • Person dies after using synthetic marijuana

    Person dies after using synthetic marijuana

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    While such products have always been considered hazardous, severe bleeding is not a known side effect, tells Melissa Millewich of the Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital in Downers Grove. The Illinois Department of Public Health tracks cases of bleeding from synthetic marijuana online. All reported using synthetic cannabinoids. Cases were reported in eight IL counties.
  • One Dead, Trooper Injured in Nikoleavsk Officer-Involved Shooting

    One Dead, Trooper Injured in Nikoleavsk Officer-Involved Shooting

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    He did not smell of alcohol, but had two bottles of prescription painkillers with him in the vehicle. Nathaniel Calloway, 28, of New Britain was arrested and charged with a variety of crimes, reckless driving, engaging police in pursuit, failure to renew and operating a vehicle with a license under suspension.
  • Abe hits back at critics over land sale scandal

    Abe hits back at critics over land sale scandal

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    The scandal stems from the 2016 sale of state land to school operator Moritomo Gakuen in Osaka at one-seventh of the appraised value with the alleged involvement of Akie Abe, who has said both she and her husband supported the school's ultra-nationalistic philosophy of education.
  • Forsyth keeps top spot as Georgia's healthiest county; Gwinnett ranks No. 5

    Forsyth keeps top spot as Georgia's healthiest county; Gwinnett ranks No. 5

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    Allen County's quality of life has consistently been ranked in the 50s the last few years. "Look at the median income in the upper (ranked) counties and the lower (ranked) counties and see how that translates to health". The County Health Rankings are released annually and were first issued in 2010. They also are more than twice as likely to be considered in poor or fair health, and are 67 percent more likely to have a poor mental health day on an average basis.
  • Karnataka Lokayukta attacked as accused's complaint was not addressed, says police

    Karnataka Lokayukta attacked as accused's complaint was not addressed, says police

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    The question still springs up - how can a complainant drop by the chambers of a state-level ombudsman with a knife? The potential attempt to murder was carried out even while the security arrangements are bang in place. Meanwhile, Shetty has been shifted to Mallya Hospital in the city and his condition is said to be critical. "It is time for the Congress to go from Karnataka".
  • 'Acts of genocide' suspected against Mayanmar's Rohingya

    'Acts of genocide' suspected against Mayanmar's Rohingya

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    Reports of bulldozing of alleged mass graves showed a "deliberate attempt by the authorities to destroy evidence of potential global crimes, including possible crimes against humanity", Zeid Ra'ad Al-Hussein added in a speech to the UN Human Rights Council.
  • FDA Approves First Home Test For Breast Cancer Risk

    FDA Approves First Home Test For Breast Cancer Risk

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    The three variants in the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes are associated with a significantly higher risk of breast and ovarian cancer in women, and breast cancer in men. Around one in 400 people have BRCA mutations that can cause cancer, and is more common among those with eastern European or Jewish descent. "Having a negative result for this test does not mean you don't have to worry about anything else", said Elrefai.
  • Number of Children Hospitalized by Opioid Overdose Almost Doubles

    Number of Children Hospitalized by Opioid Overdose Almost Doubles

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    Opioid-related hospitalizations were highest among children ages 12-17 (61 percent) followed by children ages 1 to 5 (34.2 percent) and ages 6 to 11 (4.8 percent). In 2016, an estimate of 64,000 Americans died due to a drug overdose, where a majority of the cases from opioid overdose. Prescription painkillers were most commonly involved, but heroin, methadone and other opioid drugs also were used.
  • Anxiety as meat poisoning scare hits South Africa

    Anxiety as meat poisoning scare hits South Africa

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    It is reported that so far 180 people country-wide have died from listeriosis , which has sparked panic across the country. Further tests were done on different products at the plant, and the results showed that the listeria monocytogenes bacteria were isolated in 30% of the environmental tests.Other facilities in Germiston and Wolwehoek are suspected of also producing foods that contain the bacteria, and are being tested as well.
  • Lancet Research suggests five types of diabetes, treatment needs differ

    Lancet Research suggests five types of diabetes, treatment needs differ

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    Diabetes is now divided into two major groups - Type-1 diabetes which accounts for around 10 per cent of the cases and Type-2 diabetes which accounts for 85-90 per cent of the cases. Clusters 3 and 4 describe diabetes in generally overweight individuals with insulin resistance , but those in Cluster 4 are metabolically closer to normal compared to those in Cluster 3.
  • Headache for brain surgeon who operated on the wrong patient

    Headache for brain surgeon who operated on the wrong patient

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    But according to The Star , the doctor's colleagues had protested the suspension, saying that the nurses who prepared the patient for surgery were the ones at fault for wrongly labelling the two patients. It was apparently more than two hours into the procedure before they realised he had been mistaken for another patient. After the consultant on call was informed, doctors chose to close the patient and perform tests to re-evaluate.
  • Russian Federation vetoes anti-Iran UN Security Council resolution

    Russian Federation vetoes anti-Iran UN Security Council resolution

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    The unanimous vote followed a Russian veto of a UK-drafted text that contained language of Iranian "non-compliance" with the United Nations sanctions regime against individuals and entities deemed to be engaging in or providing support for acts that threaten the peace, security or stability of Yemen.
  • If you have varicose veins, you may be at risk for this

    If you have varicose veins, you may be at risk for this

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    However, the association to these conditions was "less clear due to the potential for confounding", by factors such as smoking history or obesity - information not available in the claims data. Important to the study design was the fact that the three endpoints were analyzed separately, i.e., if a patient with DVT later developed PE or PAD , these were counted as cases in the analysis of the other endpoint (s).
  • Kansas City Chiefs trading CB Marcus Peters to LA Rams

    Kansas City Chiefs trading CB Marcus Peters to LA Rams

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    In Kansas City, Peters has become a 1x First-Team All-Pro, 1x 2nd-Team All-Pro, 2x Pro Bowler, and NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year (2015). Hunt has also met with Peters in the past to discuss his protests during the national anthem. Without a second-rounder after dealing that selection to Buffalo last summer, the Rams are likely dealing their first-round pick as part of the package heading back to Kansas City.
  • Cuomo joins governors in coalition to fight gun violence

    Cuomo joins governors in coalition to fight gun violence

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    In an effort to combat gun violence, tri-state area governors on Thursday announced the creation of the "States for Gun Safety" coalition as well as a consortium to asses gun violence data. The four state fusion centers that will jointly share information under this agreement are the New York State Intelligence Center, the Connecticut Intelligence Center, New Jersey Regional Operations Intelligence Center, and the Rhode Island State Fusion Center.
  • Anti-depressant drugs do work

    Anti-depressant drugs do work

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    The research should reassure patients and doctors, she said . "There is a long-lasting debate and concern about [antidepressants'] efficacy and effectiveness, because short-term benefits are, on average, modest; and because long-term balance of benefits and harms is often understudied", Andrea Cipriani , MD, PhD , of the department of psychiatry , University of Oxford , and Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust, and colleagues wrote in The Lancet .
  • Low-Fat, Low-Carb Diet Study Shows They Work About the Same

    Low-Fat, Low-Carb Diet Study Shows They Work About the Same

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    Gardner and his colleagues designed the study to compare how overweight and obese people would fare on low-carbohydrate and low-fat diets. Researchers also homed in on genetics to discover if biology would encourage an individual's body to favor a low-carbohydrate diet or a low-fat diet, but they found no associations between gene patterns and a propensity to succeed on either diet.
  • European Measles Cases Quadrupled in 2017

    European Measles Cases Quadrupled in 2017

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    Romania, Italy, and Ukraine were listed as the hardest hit by the outbreak. On Tuesday, the World Health Organisation (Who) said cases of the disease in Europe increased by 400 per cent a year ago. "Most cases so far are associated with the Ballinacurra Weston and Carew Park (Southill) area of the city". There will be a free MMR clinic this Wednesday , February 21, 12pm to 3pm, at Barrack View Primary Care Centre, Edward Street, Limerick .
  • Kratom linked to dozens of illnesses from salmonella

    Kratom linked to dozens of illnesses from salmonella

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    In Washington, there were 23 cases associated with this outbreak which is more than double the number of cases of Salmonella linked to backyard poultry that the previous two years combined. "Naturally occurring Kratom is a safe herbal supplement that's more akin to tea and coffee than any other substances". "Kratom is also known as Thang, Kakuam, Thom, Ketom, and Biak", the CDC says.