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BREAKING NEWS: Miami-Dade County Mayor, Water and Sewer Department Supervisors Responsible in Cover-up of Largest Sewage Spill in County History

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Hundreds of young people have been removed from a controversial police list of alleged gang members after claims that it is discriminatory and blighted their life chances, the Guardian has learned. The Metropolitan police’s gangs matrix, which the force says is a vital tool in tackling violence in London, has been found to be breaking …

BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4)– Breaking up is hard to do and no surprise, researchers say social media is making it harder. A new study from the University of Colorado in Boulder is taking a closer look at the issues caused by some social media platforms when it comes to break-ups. Anthony Pinter is one of the …

You have 10 free articles left today, enjoy reading. Roughly 50 Greenpeace and Extinction Rebellion Quebec activists have occupied the offices of Minister of Canadian Heritage Steven Guilbeault in Montreal. The occupation began Friday afternoon to protest against oil sand projects in Alberta. “Mr. Guilbeault sits in the cabinet of ministers: he has a crucial …

Records fell on Friday at the Class 1A girls weightlifting state championship. Union County’s Mahailya Reeves broke her own state record with a 375-pound bench press to win the unlimited division. Reeves added a 225-pound clean and jerk for a 600-pound total. She beat Baker County’s NaDesha Davis, who broke a state record of her …

SAN JOSE (CBS SF) – Citing a recent rise in car break-ins across the Bay Area, a lawmaker from San Jose is calling for increased penalties for certain property crimes. Assemblymember Kansen Chu, a Democrat representing San Jose, announced he is planning to introduce legislation that would stiffen penalties on auto burglaries and property theft. …

This week, an iceberg the size of Atlanta broke off a glacier. Researchers discovered a dramatic decline in Antarctic penguin colonies. And Antarctica may have just registered its hottest temperature ever. In case all of that was not enough to make you at least a little concerned, yet another unusually high temperature was logged in …

A United States District Court Judge ruled on a lawsuit challenging the state of Michigan’s Sex Offender Registry Act on Friday, Feb. 14. Judge Robert Cleland sided with the plaintiffs in the case and ruled parts of the SORA are unconstitutional. The court held oral arguments on the case on Feb. 5 at the U.S. …

FRAMINGHAM – There is no school today, February 14 for Christa McAuliffe Charter School students. “Overnight the sprinkler system was activated in part of the building causing excessive water that needs to be cleaned. Framingham Fire Department responded to the alarm and found that there was no evidence of fire.,” said Director Kristin Harrison. The …

Árvakur, the publishing company that owns daily newspaper Morgunblaðið was cleared of all but one charge of strike-breaking during a journalists’ strike that took place on November 8 last year. RÚV reports that the Icelandic Journalists’ Union sued Árvakur for publishing news articles on its mbl.is website during the strike. The case was heard by …

To the editor: UCLA professor David N. Myers insists Israel is “threatening international law” by seeking to assert sovereignty in Judea and Samaria (also known as the West Bank). Actually, Article 80 of the United Nations Charter (an instrument of international law) basically incorporates the Balfour Declaration by reference, trouncing Myers’ allegations. Yet this is …