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The child was walking around the pond when Bulmer tried to talk to him and he fell into the water, said authorities. Bulmer then got the child to shore and notified dispatchers of what had just happened, calling for an ambulance. The child was taken to a hospital to be checked out. The department told WIBW-TV he "was at the right place at the right time to save a young life".
  • Hendrick: Dale Sr. would be proud of Dale Jr

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    Hendrick Motorsports says that Dale will discuss his decision in an afternoon press conference on April 25 and will be joined by Hendrick Motorsports owner Rick Hendrick. "I was pretty sick at one point, and I didn't think I was going to get to race again", Earnhardt said of his concussion a year ago. "I'll probably be a part of the sport helping some young driver and I think Dale Jr.
  • Jobless rate drops for Labette Co

    Jobless rate drops for Labette Co

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    They say Russell County had the state's largest drop in its annual jobless rate. The sectors with the biggest gains were retail trade (+1,800), government (+900) and construction (+700), while the biggest declines were manufacturing (-600) and education and health services (-600).
  • North Korea Tensions at Peak

    North Korea Tensions at Peak

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    All 100 senators, who are more used to meeting on Capitol Hill, have been invited to the President's official residence by Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis , Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and General Joseph Dunford , chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • Rain washes out NASCAR race at Bristol until April 24

    Rain washes out NASCAR race at Bristol until April 24

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    A crew team pushes a vehicle through the pit area before for a NASCAR Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series auto race, Sunday, April 23, 2017, in Bristol, Tenn. Drivers anxious about the lack of multiple racing grooves at Bristol aren't likely to be insane about the rain washing away any rubber laid down by the XFINITY Series competitors.
  • Hawaii lawmakers blast AG Jeff Sessions for ... 6:20 pm Friday

    Hawaii lawmakers blast AG Jeff Sessions for ... 6:20 pm Friday

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    When asked whether he wished he had phrased his words differently, Sessions said , "Well, I don't know that". "Why isn't a federal judge from Hawaii as able as any other judge from anywhere to issue rulings?" One of them has now stopped the President of the United States, who's briefed daily from the Department of Defense, the Central Intelligence Agency, the Department of Justice, Homeland Security, on the dangers and threats we face.
  • Auston Robertson No Longer on MSU Team; Statement from Coach Mark Dantonio

    Auston Robertson No Longer on MSU Team; Statement from Coach Mark Dantonio

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    Michigan State football player Auston Robertson has been charged with third-degree criminal sexual conduct, the Ingham County Prosecutor announced on Friday. "Sexual assault has no place in our community". "This investigation is an ongoing process". Robertson was a candidate to start along the defensive line after recording three tackles and forcing a fumble as a reserve last season.
  • Sanders, Perez unity tour is off to a bumpy start

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    Jane Peters, a retired education official, echoed Olin's sentiments. Busch said she'd like to see Democrats focused on uniting to win elections, and avoid getting consumed by factional differences. Meanwhile, Sanders said he believed Trump understood he needed to work with China to rein in the North Korean nuclear threat. During an interview with ABC News ahead of the rally Tuesday night, he proudly said he was "the longest-serving independent senator in USA history".
  • Trump to sign bill extending veterans' health care program

    Trump to sign bill extending veterans' health care program

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    Wednesday morning, Governor Rick Scott will join the president for a bill signing of the Veterans Choice Program Extension and Improvement Act at the White House. Media outlets had reported that VA medical centers were cutting off caregiver benefits to families, possibly violating the department's rules. President Obama signed the Veterans Choice program into law in August of 2014.
  • Gorsuch sworn in as Supreme Court justice

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    Gorsuch will begin work immediately, armed with law clerks who previously worked for him on the 10th Circuit. Gorsuch can't vote on cases argued before he was sworn-in. "Justice Scalia was a patriot who revered our Constitution". "I think this is a way to kind of humble people", said Kagan, who's sat on the committee for six years.
  • Trump attacks lead Democrat in Georgia congressional race

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    Ossoff is one of 18 candidates vying to replace the outgoing Tom Price in Georgia's 6th Congressional district during the April 18 special election . "There is concern that our political leadership is not demonstrating the kind of decency, humility, compassion and patriotism that Americans expect from our leaders", Ossoff said, in a rare moment of commentary on the current government.