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The case went cold for years. but there was a major break last month when cops discovered the gun they believed was used to kill Wright.in a lake about 50 miles from Wright's body. According to an affidavit, Sherra Wright told police she saw him leave her home carrying money and a box of drugs. Sherra Wright said Lorenzen Wright left her home in a auto with a person she could not identify.
  • Airline Crew Says They Saw North Korean Test Missile Re-Enter Atmosphere

    Airline Crew Says They Saw North Korean Test Missile Re-Enter Atmosphere

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    The missile flew ten times higher than the worldwide space station and then back down to Earth. Crew onboard a Cathay Pacific flight last week claimed to have witnessed North Korea's latest intercontinental ballistic missile test. Since the North Korea regime does not announce its missiles tests and does not have access to global civil aviation data, the launches come without warning for commercial airliners and pose a potential risk to planes, the BBC News noted.
  • December supermoon dazzles in morning sky

    December supermoon dazzles in morning sky

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    A year ago the moon made its closest approach to the Earth since 1948, and it won't be this close again until November 25, 2034. The supermoon made its spectacular appearance over Britain, giving skygazers a treat as it moves closer to Earth.
  • Cyclone Ockhi lends much-needed calm to campaign scenario

    Cyclone Ockhi lends much-needed calm to campaign scenario

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    Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi held a poll rally in Anjar but cancelled three in Morbi, Dhrangadhra and Surendranagar due to the impending cyclone. Former Congress strongman Shankersinh Vaghela, who has fl oated Jan Vikalp Morcha after quitting Congress, was also forced to cancel his roadshows and rallies in Junagadh, Mahuva and Palitana towns of Saurashtra.
  • Drinking, punching, shouting: Airlines dealing with rise in extreme air rage

    Drinking, punching, shouting: Airlines dealing with rise in extreme air rage

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    But not all the forecasts are so positive, with passenger demand measured in revenue passenger kilometres - measures of traffic for an airline flight - set to rise by only 6%, slightly less than 2017's 7.5% increase. "This is a critical activity for the global economy", said Mr de Juniac. In 2018, direct employment by the airline industry is forecast to be more than 2.7 million.
  • Mueller's Russian Federation probe has cost millions - DOJ

    Mueller's Russian Federation probe has cost millions - DOJ

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    What we do know is that the Russian Federation investigation has led Mueller to Trump's personal finances, which provide a target-rich environment if you suspect financial malfeasance. Deutsche Bank spokesman Chalie Olivier told Newsweek the bank declined to comment on the matter. "Look, this is about Russian Federation". In 2008 Trump sued the bank to get out of $40 million in guarantees he had made them on his loan.
  • Brexit deal on Irish border '50/50' after 'some progress'

    Brexit deal on Irish border '50/50' after 'some progress'

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    Meanwhile, Sinn Fein's Brexit spokesman David Cullinane told Sky News it is "crucial" Northern Ireland remains in the customs union and single market as "the only way to avoid the hardening of the border". "Crucially it is clear that we want to move forward together, but on a couple of issues, differences do remain, which require further negotiation and consultation", said May before heading to meet President of the European Council Donald Tusk nearly one-hour late than scheduled.
  • First Alert Forecast: very strong cold front to pass this week

    First Alert Forecast: very strong cold front to pass this week

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    This easterly component to the breeze should help keep high temperatures from really taking off but we should still see the numbers climb to above normal levels. Met Éireann says the likelihood of snow will increase in the evening and night as temperatures drop to -2 degrees. The cold is expected to spread across the South and into the Northeast at midweek, following a band of soaking rain.
  • Trump arrives in Utah to declare monument reductions

    Trump arrives in Utah to declare monument reductions

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    Bears Ears was established by President Obama in 2016, while Grand Staircase-Escalante was established in 1996 by President Clinton. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke told reporters the changes were supported by Utah's Republican Governor Gary Herbert, along with Utah's congressional delegation, the state legislature, and the local county Commissioner Rebecca Bennally.
  • Oppn blames EVMs for BJP win in UP civic polls

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    Mayawati on Saturday made similar accusations and demanded that the 2019 general elections take place on the basis of old, traditional ballot papers. "Otherwise, more of our candidates would have become mayors in the state...and we would have won more seats", she said. Political experts said that BSP's win in Aligarh and Meerut, along with on a few seats in nagar palika parishads and nagar panchayats, clearly shows that not only is the core Dalit vote base intact but voters of other ...