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Author: 0 Wizards squeak out win to go up 3-2 on Hawks

They have scored off made baskets in this series with guards John Wall and Bradley Beal and available wing shooters. All of the Hawks starters scored in double digits as well, yet no player scored over 19 points. There is a glut of information to go over in this series, and plenty of statistics that tell the story of its five games so far. With the Hawks' win Monday, it's now tied at two with the series headed back to Washington for Game 5 on Wednesday night.

Author: 0 Race not factor in San Diego pool party shooting

Zimmerman said that a helicopter from Sand Diego police department arrived first at the scene. The Metropolitan Police said they arrested two 18-year-olds and a 19-year-old on suspicion of the commission, preparation and instigation of terrorist acts.

Local Israel refuses USA extradition request for JCC bomb suspect
Author: 0 Israel refuses USA extradition request for JCC bomb suspect

Kadar is accused of making threatening calls to a JCC preschool in Tampa, a Jewish Community Alliance preschool in Jacksonville, Maimonides Hebrew Day School in Ft. In 2016, several New Zealand schools received telephoned bomb threats and some of the institutions evacuated. A spokesperson for the Department of Justice did not know whether Kadar would be extradited to the United States to face charges.

Local Judge blocks Trump order on sanctuary city funding
Author: 0 Judge blocks Trump order on sanctuary city funding

Orrick called the order broad and vague and said the plaintiffs, the city of San Francisco and Santa Clara County, were likely to succeed on the merits of their lawsuits challenging it. In his decision, Orrick wrote that the "plain language" of the order issued by Trump on January 25 threatens all federal funding for cities, counties and states deemed by the Trump administration to be sanctuary jurisdictions that limit cooperation with Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents in ...

Local Paris police say officer and attacker shot, killed
Author: 0 Paris police say officer and attacker shot, killed

The 39-year-old French national who shot and killed a police officer in Paris just days before the nation's presidential vote was armed to the teeth, had a long criminal record and spent more than a decade in prison for other violent crimes, including trying to attack cops, officials say.

Local Trump Criticizes Canadian Milk Policy As 'Very Unfair'
Author: 0 Trump Criticizes Canadian Milk Policy As 'Very Unfair'

MacNaughton writes that the Canada dairy industry is less protectionist than that of the U.S, which he says has employed technical barriers to keep Canadian dairy out of the US market. The National Ingredient Strategy builds on Ontario's policies, which favor Canadian dairy products over those from America. Trump says, "We're going to get the solution ".

Author: 0 Senate set to confirm Sonny Perdue as agriculture secretary

Senate Democratic Leader Charles Schumer of NY talked to Trump about the dairy issue last week in a rare phone call between the two men but has not yet said if he will vote for Perdue. Bailey Edenburn, Shelby County Farm Bureau manager, said no one doubts the enormity of the task facing Perdue. "I stand as a willing partner to work with Secretary Perdue and President Trump to address this urgent issue", Baldwin said.

Local FDNY Investigation Into Firefighter's Death Will Focus On Ladder
Author: 0 FDNY Investigation Into Firefighter's Death Will Focus On Ladder

The fire was brought under control in less than an hour. A 42-year-old New York City firefighter from Bethpage fell to his death while working to extinguish a blaze in Queens on Thursday afternoon, city officials said. He added , "There was nothing about the fire that really had anything to do with the accident that occurred". Tolley is the 1,147th member of the New York City Fire Department to die while serving the city, Nigro said.

Local Milo Yiannopoulos announces 'grand comeback tour' at UC Berkeley
Author: 0 Milo Yiannopoulos announces 'grand comeback tour' at UC Berkeley

After attempting to call off the event and postpone it until September - which Coulter refused to do - Dirks offered her a new date of May 2 at what he called "an appropriate, protectable venue". Coulter's speech, we will seek relief in federal court, including claims for injunctive relief and damages". Some students do not want Coulter on their campus at all, citing violence concerns after a Milo Yiannopoulos appearance in February sparked riot-like chaos .

Local Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey moves U.S. Senate election to this year
Author: 0 Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey moves U.S. Senate election to this year

The governor will hold a news conference today at 12 p.m.at the Capitol. "Senator Strange is a fighter who is helping President Trump and Attorney General Sessions accomplish the reforms that Americans voted for last November, and we are fully committed to supporting him in the upcoming special election".

Local Branson lodge announces plans for Tiger Woods-designed golf course
Author: 0 Branson lodge announces plans for Tiger Woods-designed golf course

Bass Pro Shops founder Johnny Morris confirmed in a press conference at his Big Cedar Lodges on Tuesday that a public golf course designed by Tiger Woods would be the newest addition to the Branson golf community. Woods' design for the public golf course will be at Big Cedar Lodge in Missouri and the 19-hole course will be named "Payne's Valley" in tribute to the late Billy Payne, a three-time major victor.

Local OU Awarded Multiple NCAA Postseason Events
Author: 0 OU Awarded Multiple NCAA Postseason Events

Omaha was also chosen Tuesday to host the first and second round of the NCAA men's basketball tournament in 2020. Additionally, the course served as the home to the Karsten Creek Collegiate in 1996, the NCAA Central Regional in 2001, the Ping/Golfweek Preview in 2002 and 2010 and the NCAA South Central Regional in 2009 as well as the NCAA Stillwater Regional in 2016.

Local Manhunt for man who broadcasted shooting on Facebook live in Cleveland
Author: 0 Manhunt for man who broadcasted shooting on Facebook live in Cleveland

Cleveland police identified the suspect as Steve Stephens . According to the Cleveland Police Department, Steve Stephens fatally shot a man while broadcasting the homicide live on social media. The video remained up on Facebook for almost three hours before it was taken down. He is believed to be driving a white or cream-colored SUV. Anyone who sees him is urged to not approach him, but to call police instead.

Local Justice Department Drops Lawsuit Against NC's Anti-Trans 'Bathroom Bill'
Author: 0 Justice Department Drops Lawsuit Against NC's Anti-Trans 'Bathroom Bill'

In recent weeks, North Carolina lawmakers passed legislation to effectively repeal the law, known as House Bill 2, with a new measure that was said to be a compromise on the issue. The Justice Department's withdrawal from the legal battle wasn't unexpected. The lawsuit, filed in May of 2016, was challenged by North Carolina, who filed a lawsuit of their own against the federal government.

Local Gunman Reported At Merrick Park In Coral Gables
Author: 0 Gunman Reported At Merrick Park In Coral Gables

How or why Wilson came to be fired is yet to be understood or whether the trainer had been issued former warnings before Saturday's termination. A gunman has been killed after wounding two people in a shooting at a busy mall in the upscale neighbourhood of Merrick Park, Miami , Florida .

Author: 0 Alabama governor defiant as sex scandal trouble mounts

A text message that's been at the center of the Governor Robert Bentley impeachment investigation, but has been a mystery until now, was revealed in a report released Friday. The controversy erupted previous year when the former head of state law enforcement, Spencer Collier, a day after being fired by Bentley, publicly accused Bentley of having an affair with his longtime political adviser, Mason.

Local Trump administration concedes border wall won't be from 'sea to shining sea'
Author: 0 Trump administration concedes border wall won't be from 'sea to shining sea'

The Trump administration is no longer considering separating women and children at the southern USA border as a means of deterring their migration, a Department of Homeland Security spokesman said on Wednesday. "There's no way I can give the committee an estimate on how much this will cost", as Kelly said he was still developing - with the input of border officials - plans that would be a mixture of physical barriers, electronic measures and more.

Author: 0 Russian Federation to Suspend Syria Airspace Deal With US

But, he added, "This was not a small strike". "In both word and action, President Trump sent a strong and clear message today that the use and spread of chemical weapons will not be tolerated", the office of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, said in a statement.

Local McConnell reaches out to Romney about possible Senate bid
Author: 0 McConnell reaches out to Romney about possible Senate bid

Reports have linked Republican Mitt Romney to the state's senate seat, and his son to the governor's chair. Romney is still as awful as ever ... Romney's White House fortunes didn't work out, nor did his talks with President Trump to become secretary of state, but the former MA governor may have a political future after all.

Local Risky selfie ends with woman falling from 630-foot-high brid
Author: 0 Risky selfie ends with woman falling from 630-foot-high brid

AUBURN, Calif . (AP) - Authorities say a woman who fell 60 feet (18.2 meters) while taking a selfie on a Northern California bridge will not be charged for trespassing. According to the officials, "This young lady is very lucky to be alive and the consequences could have been worse for her, her friends and her family".

Author: 0 Aaron Hernandez's lawyers intend to rest their case

Hernandez is also charged with witness intimidation and accused of shooting Bradley to silence him . Bradley said Hernandez leaned across him in the driver's seat and yelled to the men, "Yo, what's up now?" followed by a racial slur. BOSTON (AP) - Former NFL star Aaron Hernandez "took pleasure" in gunning down two men in 2012 because he felt disrespected after one of them accidentally spilled his drink at a nightclub, a prosecutor said Thursday during closing arguments at Hernandez's ...

Author: 0 McCaskill Distances Herself From Earlier Statement Appearing To Support Gorsuch

There may come a time when a nomination by Trump or some other President of a strongly conservative judge to a seat now held by a liberal or moderate justice would tip the balance of the Court. If confirmed by the Senate to fill a vacancy created by the February 2016 death of conservative Justice Antonin Scalia, Gorsuch, 49, would restore the nine-seat high court's conservative majority.

Author: 0 Seattle announces lawsuit over Trump sanctuary cities threat

Local jurisdictions are required to provide information to federal immigration agencies, but Jayapal believes Sessions can't make it a city or county's job to enforce federal immigration laws. "The expectation that the federal government will enforce our immigration laws is reasonable, and our government has a duty to meet it". Since Seattle argues it is in compliance with federal law (it can't share information it doesn't collect), there is no reason to lose any federal funding.

Author: 0 'Angel of Death' serial killer badly beaten in Ohio prison

Donald Harvey was allegedly beaten Tuesday afternoon at the Toledo Correctional Institution in OH, where he is serving time for murder. A Cincinnati-area serial killer nicknamed the "Angel of Death" was in critical condition Wednesday after an assault at Toledo Correctional Institution.

Local Nunes, Comey clash on whether FBI chief invited to House Russia investigation
Author: 0 Nunes, Comey clash on whether FBI chief invited to House Russia investigation

In a breach of protocol, Nunes relayed that information to Trump himself before telling members of his committee, with which the intel has still not been shared. Days later, Rep. Nunes announced that he had evidence, via an unnamed source, showing that Trump and his aides' communications had been collected through legal means but then "widely disseminated" throughout government agencies.

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