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Engineers try to figure out how to correct iconic Calif. highway

BIG SUR, Calif. — The thespian widen of California seashore famous as Big Sur is quite scenic from the air — and right now, almost the only way to get there is by air, reports CBS News’ John Blackstone. The singular highway into Big Sur’s coast-hugging Highway 1 is blocked to the north by a collapsed overpass and to the …

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Jail guards found guilty in death of mentally ill inmate

SAN JOSE, Calif. — Three jail guards were found guilty by a Santa Clara County Superior Court jury Thursday afternoon of second-degree murder for the death of mentally ill invalid Michael Tyree, 31, at San Jose’s Main Jail in 2015, reports CBS San Francisco. Jereh Lubrin, 30, Rafael Rodriguez, 28, and Matthew Farris, 28, had been on hearing given Mar for …

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4 immature heroes rescue father when strew collapses on him

An Iowa’s man had enlisted the help of his 4 children to help pierce a strew — but they finished up saving his life.  Matt Gannaway pronounced he asked his 4 children, 5-year-old Kaidan, 9-year-old Addison, 11-year-old Peyton and 13-year-old Ethan Gannaway, to rip down an old strew behind his mom’s residence in Marshalltown, Iowa. However, the plan incited badly …

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Hate on display in new fibre of high-profile crimes

WASHINGTON — LeBron James is now personification in the NBA finals, but basketball isn’t the only thing on his mind during a week in which hatred has been on display in places like Washington, Portland and Los Angeles. “Racism will always be a partial of the world, a partial of America,” James said.   When LeBron James speaks, the universe listens. At …

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Trial starts for N.C. apportion charged in attack of happy man

A North Carolina apportion “directed and participated” in the 2013 attack of a happy man in which he was beaten and choked for two hours, prosecutors pronounced Thursday. Matthew Fenner, a former member of the Word of Faith Fellowship, testified during Brooke Covington’s abduction hearing that he suspicion he was “going to die” while members slapped, punched and choked him …

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Trump’s Paris settle pullout criticized by Obama, Gore & DiCaprio

President Trump’s decision to repel from the Paris meridian accord has been cursed by his predecessor, Barack Obama, environmental groups and activists alike. The United States now stands with Syria and Nicaragua as the only countries not ancillary the accord. Former President Obama pronounced Trump’s decision will “reject the future.” “The nations that sojourn in the Paris Agreement will be …

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Weather Channel not messing around as Trump leaves Paris deal

Tell us how you really feel, Weather Channel. As President Trump announced America’s withdrawal from the Paris meridian accord, the homepage of Weather.com rained down a clear-as-day visualisation about the consequences of his choice. “How Earth Could Suffer if We Pull Out of Deal,” one top story title declared. President Trump announcing the American withdrawal from the understanding on Thursday. …

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Port Authority cops seize drug play who looks like Santa Claus

He’s a very bad Santa. Port Authority cops destitute a suspected drug play Thursday who bears a distinguished similarity to Kris Kringle, officials said. Cops speckled a bearded Robert Pipher, 59, of Hoboken, trade drugs for cash nearby the fountain at Journal Square in Jersey City about 11 a.m. When Police Officer Jamie Oliva saw the exchange and changed in …

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New York ranks 32 among states as best place to find jobs: study

Where does New York arrange among states with the best jobs? Not even in the Top 10. A new study expelled Thursday says the Empire State is second when it comes to the top monthly salaries and fifth for longest commutes — but in terms of its ranking as a plcae for people to find jobs, it’s series 32. That …

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Dakota Access tube starts pumping oil

BISMARCK, N.D. — The $3.8 billion Dakota Access tube began shipping oil for business on Thursday, as Native American tribes that against the plan vowed to continue fighting. Dallas-based Energy Transfer Partners announced that the 1,200-mile line carrying North Dakota oil by South Dakota and Iowa to a placement indicate in Illinois had begun blurb service. The Dakota Access tube …

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