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Massive Houston water main break floods roadways; water advisories in effect

Residents in Houston were being asked to conserve water Thursday after a massive water main break in the area of East Loop 610 around noontime flooded roadways and continued releasing water into the evening.In addition, residents were being asked to boil any water they use prior to drinking, brushing their teeth or washing, Houston’s FOX……

Education department says USC failed to protect students from ex-school gynecologist

The U.S. Department of Education Thursday reportedly said the University of Southern California failed to protect students from a school gynecologist accused of sexually abusing hundreds of former patients.“What we have found at USC is shocking and reprehensible,” Kenneth L. Marcus, the department’s assistant secretary for civil rights, said in a statement regarding its nearly two-year……

This Day in History: Feb. 28

On this day, Feb. 28 …2013: Bradley Manning, the Army private arrested in the biggest leak of classified information in U.S. history, pleads guilty at Fort Meade, Md., to 10 charges involving illegal possession or distribution of classified material. (Manning, who later adopts the female identity Chelsea Manning, would be sentenced to up to 35……

LA deputies shared graphic photos of Kobe Bryant crash scene, new report says

Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies shared graphic images of the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter and seven others, The Los Angeles Times reported Thursday.Two days after the Jan. 26 crash, first responders were talking about how images of victims’ remains and the debris field were being shared, a source told the newspaper.The source said they……

US Air Force: The history of the military branch

Air Force and DARPA testing new hypersonic weapons prototypesThe Pentagon and industry developers are now testing a new series of hypersonic weapons prototypes. Hypersonic weapons are engineered as ‘kinetic energy’ strike weapons, meaning they will not use explosives but rely instead upon sheer speed and the force of impact to destroy targets.The United States Air……

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Los Angeles deputies search for stolen hearse with body inside

Authorities in Southern California are searching for a suspect who stole a hearse with a body inside from a church parking lot in Pasadena Wednesday evening.“Out of all the bad decisions you have made, at least make one good one & bring back the deceased person & casket,” the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department tweeted to……

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This Day in History: Feb. 27

On this day, Feb. 27 …1968: At the conclusion of a CBS News special report on the Vietnam War, Walter Cronkite delivers a commentary in which he says the conflict appears “mired in stalemate.”Also on this day:1801: The District of Columbia is placed under the jurisdiction of Congress.1911: Inventor Charles F. Kettering demonstrates his electric……

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Northern California has 1st coronavirus case of unknown origin, CDC says

The nation’s first coronavirus case of unknown origin has been confirmed in Northern California, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said Wednesday.“It is a confirmed case. There is one in Northern California,” CDC spokesman Scott Pauley told the Sacramento Bee.CLICK HERE FOR THE LATEST ON CORONAVIRUSThe new case brings the number of infected in the United States to 60,……

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152 Mississippi inmates, backed by Jay-Z and Yo Gotti, sue prison over ‘barbaric’ conditions

Attorneys filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the Mississippi State Penitentiary on behalf of 152 inmates who they say live in “abhorrent conditions.” The legal team is asking for class-action status to cover all current and future inmates at the state penitentiary in Parchman, Miss. The Mississippi State Penitentiary in Parchman, Mississippi. (Google Maps)Their lawsuit comes after… …

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US, South Korea to postpone military drills over coronavirus

The U.S. and South Korean militaries have been postponed joint exercises as concerns continue to grow over the coronavirus.The exercises were scheduled to be held in March but officials decided to postpone the drills in light of the “government’s declaration of the highest alert level “severe” on COVID-19,” the Combined Forces Command said in a statement.”ROK-US alliance……

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