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Kilauea increases asthma risk

Kilauea may be best known for its picturesque red lava flowing into the ocean, but new research presented this week at the Geological Society of America annual meeting in Denver, Colo., suggests that locally, the volcano may be known for something more dangerous: asthma. Show More Summary

As Trump Visits Pittsburgh, Working Families Reject His Agenda

Donald Trump campaigned in Pittsburgh this week, and working families were there to make sure that Trump's agenda was exposed as the fraud it is. Here is some of the local coverage.

Honeycomb Creamery Opens Its First Brick-and-Mortar on Wednesday

With s’mores ice cream and white wine gummy bears A local ice cream company will unveil its much-anticipated storefront this week. Honeycomb Creamery, which produces small batches of ice cream in a variety of intriguing flavors, will open the doors of its new home at 1702 Massachusetts Ave. Show More Summary

How Will North Carolina’s New Body Cam Law Work?

In the wake of this week’s shooting of a 43-year old black man in Charlotte, North Carolina by local police, the calls to release police dash cam footage have gone up from the public, area activists, and outside agitators with no vested interest in the well-being of North Carolina. Show More Summary

Donald Trump Is Still a Birther

Ben Garbarek, a local news reporter in Toledo, asked Donald Trump today what it was that changed his mind about President Obama's birthplace: BG: This announcement earlier this week with you saying that you believe President Obama was...Show More Summary

Overeager giraffe gets a little too friendly during local news report

An adoring giraffe got a little too close for comfort during a news broadcast earlier this week. Ashley Jacobs, a reporter with CBS 8 in San Diego, delivered a report Monday about the Zoo Food, Wine and Brew Celebration, a zoo gala and wildlife conservation fundraiser. Show More Summary

Colorado church didn’t report pastor’s child sex abuse because ‘biblical counseling’ would suffice

last weekNews : The Raw Story

A church in Thornton, Colorado has come under fire after court documents revealed this week that it failed to report a pastor’s sexual abuse to police because it believed the problem could be solved with “biblical counseling.” Local news station KDVR reports that Pastor Robert...

“Women’s Health Clinic” That Kills Babies in Abortions Celebrates 35 Years of Business

Every week it seems the mainstream media runs another free ad disguised as a news article for the abortion industry. This week, the Winnipeg Free Press published a lengthy story about the upcoming 35th anniversary of a local abortion center. The Women’s Health Clinic began in 1981 to offer a “safe environment where women receive […]

The Six Week Election Day

Bloomberg: “Election Day starts this week. Beginning on Sept. 23, any Minnesotan can go to a local election office and complete an absentee ballot. The following Thursday, voters in neighboring Iowa have the same opportunity. Between Oct. 20-24, North Carolina, [...]

What to Check Out in Toronto September 19–25: The Polaris Prize, JFL42, and Bells On Bloor

This week features A Tribe Called Red, literary festival Word on the Street, and a burlesque tribute to Queen Bey. Urban Planner is your weekly curated guide to what’s on in Toronto—things that are local, affordable, and exceptional....Show More Summary

This week in the war on workers: 100 Massachusetts school committees oppose charter expansion

More than 100 local school committees have voted to oppose Question 2 on the Massachusetts ballot, which would lift the state’s cap on the number of charter schools allowed. Local, elected school committees have good reason to oppose...Show More Summary

Bautzen tightens rules for refugees after far-right clash

Violence broke out this week between refugees and members of the far-right scene in Bautzen, Saxony. Now local officials have imposed restrictions on the young refugees living there.

Comment Of The Day: That's No Moon Edition

2 weeks agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

This week a gigantic inflatable moon got loose from its restraints and wreaked havoc on a highway in China. Local drivers probably couldn’t decide if it was ominous or hilarious, but our commenters could. Read more...

WTF France: What's with the French and dubbing films?

Paris-based British comedian Paul Taylor has a new TV show about life in France and the idiosyncrasies of the locals. This week, he tackled their obsession with dubbing films.

Concheros are dancing at festival this week

It’s time for the concheros in the city of Querétaro, where local and visiting dancers are celebrating the Holy Cross of the Miracles, an event for which preparations began two FULL STORY The post Concheros are dancing at festival this week appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

2017 Toyota C-HR detailed for Australia ahead of first-quarter launch

2 weeks agoVehicles / Cars : Car Advice

More local details of the upcoming 2017 Toyota C-HR have been revealed this week, with two “premium variants” to hit Australian showrooms in the first quarter of next year. The use of ‘premium’ indicates that Toyota plans to pitch the C-HR higher than the more affordable variants offered by the Mazda CX-3 (starting at $19,990), […]

Taking the Temperature of America’s Local Solar Politics

This week, we hop around to a few U.S. states where there’s been a lot of action: Nevada, California and Florida. In Nevada, we’ll look at the continued fallout after the decision to end net metering last December. In California, we’ll...Show More Summary

Eight dead in Benin burning waste blast: mayor

COTONOU (Reuters) - An explosion at a waste dump in Benin earlier this week killed eight people, local mayor Robert Tolegbon said on Sunday.

Walmart And Coca Cola Team Up For 2016’s Best 9/11 Tribute!

9/11 turns fifteen this weekend. In honor of this occasion, a Florida Walmart wants you to celebrate the tragedy’s Quinceanera with cases of Coca-Cola sugar water. Here’s our “synergy” of the week: In an attempt to honor a local firefighters’ organization and push a shitload of discount product, the Coca-Cola supplier received permission from the

2018 Audi A5 Sportback, 2018 Land Rover Discovery, LaFerrari Aperta: This Week’s Top Photos

This week we saw Audi reveal the second generation of its A5 Sportback, in both regular and sporty S5 trim. The previous generation was never sold in the United States but the new one arrives in local showrooms in the first half of 2017. It’s a handsome car, though according to your comments the design is no longer so avant-garde. One of the...

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