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Trump cruises to easy win in Indiana primary

Seth Perlman/AP The GOP race in Indiana was called for Trump seconds after polls closed. In the end it was the fly-over state of Indiana that gave true lift-off to Donald Trump's likelihood as the GOP nominee.The Republican race was called moments after polls in the state closed. With 5% precincts reporting, the former secretary of state had 53% support, compared with 47% for Sanders. Trump's win gives the mogul at least 30 more delegates .
Daily News
04/05
51 Points
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Sports Ex-Bengals QB saves man's life with CPR at Starbucks

Eric Kresser, a Cincinnati native and backup quarterback for the Bengals from 1997 to 1999, performed CPR on a man at a Starbucks in West Virginia, saving his life, according to a story by herald-dispatch.com's Tim Stephens.Kresser played quarterback at Florida before transferring to Marshall for his senior year.
USA Today
01/05
12 Points
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Sports Panthers have 2 more picks in final day of NFL draft

The Panthers dealt their third- and fifth-round picks to the Browns, who also got fourth-round pick from Carolina in the deal.___AP NFL websites: http://www.pro32.ap.org and http://www.twitter.com/AP_NFLCopyright 2016 The Associated Press. on Friday.Carolina took Bradberry in the second round and traded up with the Cleveland Browns to take Worley in the third. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
USA Today
Today
14 Points
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Sports Chargers bolster defense with Joey Bosa

Kansas City will have two second-round picks to play with Friday.The Chiefs finished one game behind the Broncos in the AFC West race. He was the best safety in the draft, and might have gone higher if not for a torn anterior cruciate ligament that he's still recovering from.To catch up to the Broncos defensively, both of the nonplayoff AFC West teams grabbed a top-tier defensive talent.The Chiefs traded out of the No.
The Denver Post
29/04
8 Points
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Sports Chargers bolster defense with Joey Bosa

Kansas City will have two second-round picks to play with Friday.The Chiefs finished one game behind the Broncos in the AFC West race. He was the best safety in the draft, and might have gone higher if not for a torn anterior cruciate ligament that he's still recovering from.To catch up to the Broncos defensively, both of the nonplayoff AFC West teams grabbed a top-tier defensive talent.The Chiefs traded out of the No.
The Denver Post
29/04
7 Points
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Chargers bolster defense with Joey Bosa

Kansas City will have two second-round picks to play with Friday.The Chiefs finished one game behind the Broncos in the AFC West race. He was the best safety in the draft, and might have gone higher if not for a torn anterior cruciate ligament that he's still recovering from.To catch up to the Broncos defensively, both of the nonplayoff AFC West teams grabbed a top-tier defensive talent.The Chiefs traded out of the No.
The Denver Post
29/04
6 Points
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Billions of obnoxiously loud cicadas to plague East Coast next month

PAT AUCKERMAN/AP Billions of cicadas are set to rise out of the ground in New York, Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia next month. REEDER/AP Cicadas emerge from their exoskeletons in 2004. Enlarge STEPHEN JAFFE/AFP/Getty Images A child holds up a cicada in Virginia in 2004. Billions of cicadas set to invade East Coast this spring Tags: animals . They spend several weeks above ground mating and laying eggs in trees before dying off.
Daily News
16/04
8 Points
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17-year cicadas are coming...as many as 1.5M an acre

Ohio, for instance, is home to four broods. CicadaMania.com shares the locations within the aforementioned six states where the creatures are most likely to emerge. Different broods occupy different parts of the country. (Scientists recently cracked the monarch butterfly's secret to not getting lost.)More from Newser:.
USA Today
16/04
9 Points
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West Virginia cops eat at Wendy's after discovering bag of pot in Baconator

Wendy's employee flees from tossed alligator Tags: fast food , drug busts , west virginia . Weed them their rights."For the public's information, hiding marijuana inside a cheeseburger will not keep our K9 from smelling it," read an April 12 post on the Milton Police Department's Facebook page.
Daily News
16/04
1 Points

Bird strike causes plane to make emergency landing

Officials say a plane flying from New York to Tennessee made an emergency landing in West Virginia after striking a bird.News outlets report the 57 passengers onboard the Delta flight had an unexpected layover Thursday at Charleston's Yeager Airport.The aircraft was headed to Nashville, Tennessee, from New York's LaGuardia Airport.Airport spokesman Mike Plante says the pilot told air traffic controllers they were going to make an emergency landing at 4:50 p.m.
The Denver Post
15/04
5 Points
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People Gregg Allman’s crew tour bus crashes in West Virginia, injuring two sound engineers and stage technician

CBS News 13 Three of Gregg Allman's crew members sustained minor injuries after a bus crash Wednesday. The three injured were sound engineers Earl McCoy and Michael Gallun and stage technician Timothy Wright, Allman's publicist said.A show scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Allman lost his brother, the blues-infused rock-and-roll band's lead guitarist Duane Allman, to a fatal motorcycle crash in 1971.
Daily News
06/04
4 Points
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Ex-coal CEO faces up to 1 year in sentencing for mine crime

Alpha filed for bankruptcy in August.Prosecutors didn’t charge Blankenship with causing the explosion that ripped through the southern West Virginia coal mine in 2010, killing 29 men. “Massey (UBB) was the safest run mine that I have ever worked in my lifetime.”Blankenship helped build sports fields, gyms and playgrounds in the coalfields, they wrote.
USA Today
06/04
12 Points
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CU-Boulder researcher: Early collisions at Mars could have boosted life

Geological Survey researcher in Flagstaff, Ariz., and a former CU research scientist under Mojzsis. "But up to now we have no convincing evidence life ever existed there, so we don't know if early Mars was a crucible of life or a haven for life."His study is published in Earth and Planetary Science Letters, and he conducted it with Oleg Abramov, a U.S.
The Denver Post
06/04
13 Points
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