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Foul-smelling, black water speckled in Niagara River

Something smells fishy. Over the weekend tourists visiting Niagara Falls were greeted with utterly an unsightly perspective of black, sharp water pouring into the Niagara River. Photos and videos were posted on social media showing a vast pool of dark, sludge-like water nearby the Maid of the Mist docks. While the black water may have dismayed some visitors, Niagara Falls …

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Okla. woman, 72, kills scarcely 20 snakes with a shotgun and shovel

An Oklahoma woman, dubbed the “snake killer,” wasn’t about to let a garland of copperhead snakes coast under her residence so she used a shotgun and a trowel to kill them. In a Facebook post Thursday, Susan Thompson pronounced her 72-year-old neighbor Mrs. Newby killed 11 of the slithering reptiles in one night after she found the snakes on her …

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Ex-sheriff Joe Arpaio found guilty in rapist disregard case

Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio was found guilty of rapist disregard Monday. Arpaio, who was booted from bureau in November, was charged with misconduct contempt-of-court for disobeying a 2011 justice sequence released by U.S. District Court Judge Murray Snow in a secular profiling case. U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton released the outcome after shutting arguments were delivered to interpretation …

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Slain NYPD officer’s widow shares story of "miracle" baby

July 31, 2017, 7:43 AM| Only on “CBS This Morning,” the widow of a murdered NYPD investigator is speaking out for the first time given giving birth to his daughter, two years after his death. A gunman ambushed and killed police officer Wenjian Liu and his partner in Dec 2014. Through in vitro fertilization, Liu’s wife delivered a baby girl …

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Thousands evacuated after Outer Banks energy outage

July 31, 2017, 7:36 AM| A synthetic trance is forcing tourists to leave one of the East Coast’s many renouned vacation spots at the tallness of the summer season. Thousands of people have been but energy in North Carolina’s Outer Banks given Thursday due to a construction accident. DeMarco Morgan reports.

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Slain NYPD cop’s widow talks about their "miracle" daughter

Sanny and Wenjian Liu were newlyweds, married for just 3 months, when she got the call in Dec 2014 that her husband, a New York City police officer, was dying. A gunman had ambushed Wenjian and his partner. They’d been formulation to start a family, she told “CBS This Morning,” and she had the participation of mind to devise for …

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Sports story being done at all-girls ball tournament

July 31, 2017, 8:21 AM| A inhabitant ball contest that’s just for girls will play its championship diversion Monday in Rockford, Illinois. Seventeen teams from the U.S. and Canada trafficked there to play on a margin that binds a special place in the story of women’s baseball. Jericka Duncan reports on today’s girls who like personification hardball, not softball.

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UC Irvine apologizes as hundreds of acknowledgment offers are rescinded

July 31, 2017, 8:14 AM| The University of California, Irvine is apologizing to scarcely 500 students whose acknowledgment offers were revoked. The school supposed around 40,000 first-year and send students, and some-more than 7,000 pronounced they would enroll as freshmen — hundreds some-more than the university expected. Tony Dokoupil reports.

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Tropical Storm Emily heads toward executive Florida

MIAMI — Florida Gov. Rick Scott has announced a state of emergency in 31 counties as Tropical Storm Emily threatens the executive partial of the state. Scott pronounced in a news recover that residents of the influenced areas should sojourn observant as the charge crosses executive Florida, bringing breeze and rain.    The charge shaped in the Gulf of Mexico off …

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Largest all-female ball contest in U.S. history

At Beyer Stadium, in Rockford, Illinois, sports story is being made. Two hundred girls, aged 7 to 17, have come here for the largest girls-only round contest in U.S. history, reports CBS News’ Jericka Duncan. Seventeen teams from the U.S. and Canada trafficked to Rockford to play on a margin that binds a special place in the story of women’s …

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