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The two pilots of a Southwest Airlines plane that made an emergency landing in Philadelphia say their 'hearts are heavy'
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Southwest passenger 'did what any registered nurse would do' in attempt to save woman
A retired nurse was among those on a Southwest Airlines flight who tried in vain to help save an injured passenger when the plane's engine exploded in midair Tuesday.
Syracuse fraternity suspended for ‘extremely racist’ video
Syracuse University has suspended one of its professional fraternity chapters.
Men arrested at Starbucks refused to 'make a purchase or leave,' ex-manager told 911
The police release 911 call that initiated the controversial arrest of two African-American men at a downtown Philadelphia Starcks.
19 years later, Columbine principal haunted by 'worst nightmare,' inspired by action
School shootings still occur at an alarming rate.
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Watertown City Council members continue to spar over rental-inspection issue
Posted by news on 4/20/2017 4:41:00 AM.
The battle between two city lawmakers in Watertown continues to heat up. Councilman Mark Walczyk tells us it centers on council's annual list of unanimously-agreed upon goals for the upcoming year.
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