US Navy SEAL Killed by ISIS in Iraq

Coalition service member died in northern Iraq as a result of enemy fire.

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03.May.2016


5 Storylines to Watch in the Indiana Primary

From broken alliances to sweeping momentum, there's a lot going on.

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03.May.2016


'Hamilton' Makes History With 16 Tony Nominations

"Hamilton" breaks the record!

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03.May.2016


Mom of 2 Shot in ‘Random Act’ on Highway

The suspect was later shot and apprehended by law enforcement.

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03.May.2016


Obama Says Trump Not Equipped to Be President

President Obama was interviewed Monday by ABC affiliate WMUR.

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03.May.2016


Trump Repeats Unsubstantiated Claim Cruz Dad Has Oswald Ties

Republican front-runner Donald Trump is rehashing unsubstantiated claims that his rival Ted Cruz's father has links to President John F. Kennedy's assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald

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03.May.2016


'Pharma Bro' Martin Shkreli May Face Additional Fraud Charges

The former pharmaceutical executive faces charges on securities and wire fraud.

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03.May.2016


Teacher Sick-Outs Close Most Detroit Schools for a 2nd Day

Nearly all of Detroit's public schools are closed for a second consecutive day after hundreds of teachers called out sick over concerns that many won't get paid if the district runs out of money

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03.May.2016


NTSB Reveals Probable Cause of Fatal Metro Accident

Severe electrical arcing led to the smoky tunnel that killed a passenger.

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03.May.2016


2018 Winter Games Chief Quits; Ex Minister Set to Step In

A former South Korean government minister was nominated to take over the organizing committee of the 2018 Winter Olympics on Monday, just hours after Cho Yang-ho quit amid escalating financial troubles at the business group his family controls

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03.May.2016


Sacred Heart breaks ground on children's hospital

Sacred Heart Hospital broke ground on its multi-million dollar children’s hospital this morning on the grounds of the current campus and announced it would be named The Studer Family Children’s Hospital.

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03.May.2016


High-end townhouses coming to downtown

Four buildings offering nearly 22,000 square feet of living space will be built on East Wright Street by summer of 2017.

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03.May.2016


Hayward reviewing fire chief report

The city has the fire chiefs report but isn't releasing it yet

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02.May.2016


Pensacola native, voice-over icon dies

Voice-over icon, World War II veteran and Pensacola native Peter Thomas, 91, died Saturday in Naples.

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02.May.2016


Judge: ECUA violated records law

The Emerald Coast Utilities Authority violated public records

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02.May.2016


Tourism booming according to Visit Pensacola study

An annual tourism study sponsored by Visit Pensacola shows visitors to the area are staying longer and spending more money.

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02.May.2016


Suspect to represent himself in boater murder

Michael Paul Rodgers, a man charged with killing an Alabama boater, will declined the services of an attorney

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02.May.2016


Woman pleads to killing stepdad, dragging body with truck

A Munson-area woman arrested for the murder of her stepfather has pleaded no contest to a lesser charge of manslaughter.

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02.May.2016


Updated: Son attacks father with sword, gets shot

A Navarre man is behind bars after officials say he was shot while attacking his dad with a sword.

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02.May.2016


The Vineyard restaurant opens in East Hill

The Vineyard, a restaurant with an extensive wine list and brunch menu will open inside the bottom floor of the Sacred Heart Hospital on May 2.

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02.May.2016