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US judge temporarily blocks 2nd Arkansas execution
A federal judge has temporarily blocked Arkansas from executing a second inmate after attorneys questioned whether the first execution had gone properly
Bill O'Reilly, 'sad' over firing, returns to podcast
O'Reilly was dismissed from his Fox News Channel show last week.
Aaron Hernandez's loved ones attend private funeral, suicide notes released to family
"We wish to say goodbye to Aaron in a private ceremony," the family said.
New Orleans takes down white supremacist monument
A monument to a bloody white-supremacist uprising in New Orleans in 1874 has been removed under cover of darkness by workers in masks and bulletproof vests
Ex-teacher who allegedly kidnapped teen planned to run to Mexico, prosecutors say
Tad Cummins was on the run for over a month after allegedly kidnapping the teen.
The Latest: US judge lifts temporary execution stay
A federal judge has lifted her court order that temporarily blocked Arkansas from executing two inmates in one night
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City Council agrees to help struggling Watertown zoo
Posted by news on 4/4/2017 4:32:00 AM.
While not committing any money just yet, Watertown City Council has agreed to give help to the struggling New York State Zoo at Thompson Park.
New York State at Thompson Park
Black River Canyon and Bovine Falls
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