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Former grain elevator manager faces federal charge after allegedly stealing millions 5.12.2018 Minnesota Public Radio: News
Members of the elevator co-op discovered around $5 million had been stolen over the course of 15 years.
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Why a salmonella outbreak shouldn't ruin your Thanksgiving 20.11.2018 Minnesota Public Radio: Law & Justice
Health officials say proper handling and cooking should kill any salmonella. A few points to remember: Don't rinse raw turkey -- that can spread germs. Clean hands and cooking surfaces that come into contact with raw turkey. And cook birds to an internal temperature of at least 165 degrees.
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The rise of the fat cat and how to put yours on a weight loss plan 24.10.2018 Philly.com News
An estimated 60% of cats in America are clinically overweight, which can lead to an abundance of physical and mental health issues. If you're among the many fat cat owners, here's how to put your feline friend on a weight loss plan.
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Buying frozen rats in bulk and Netflix with a hawk: The life of a falconer in Philly 17.10.2018 Philly.com News
Falconry requires a lot of time and training but for those bird lovers, it's worth it.
What began killing hundreds of deer in S.E. Pennsylvania just before hunting season? 12.10.2018 Philly.com News
After finding dozens of dead deer, Barringer suspected an outbreak of Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease, or EHD, which is transmitted through midge bites.
What's in a restaurant name? Just ask the PC police | Stu Bykofsky 3.10.2018 Philly.com News
Dismissing the protesters as "Internet justice warriors who take offense at the name," Furxhia, 32, asks,. "Why don't they protest police in their own country? They are giving a bad name to the Mexican people who have no problem with police."
EpiPen shortage fraying nerves of parents with allergic kids 27.9.2018 Minnesota Public Radio: Science
The FDA says it understands families and communities may be experiencing shortages of EpiPens, but that the EpiPen and similar lifesaving products are available, though people may have to hunt for them.
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Lincoln Financial Field blowout sale, Wildwood Restaurant Week, Sounds of Inspiration concert, and other events in Philadelphia, August 24-30 23.8.2018 Philly.com News
Lincoln Financial Field blowout sale, Wildwood Restaurant Week, Sounds of Inspiration concert, and other events in the Philadelphia region, Aug. 24-30.
How environmental outreach efforts are targeting Philly Latinos: The most interested in climate change, study shows 25.7.2018 Philly.com News
Local agencies and community organizations are working together on climate change, as a Yale University study suggests U.S. Latinos are most interested in the global issue.
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Amazing new footage of last survivor of Amazon tribe 20.7.2018 Survival International
Extraordinary new footage of the last surviving member of an uncontacted tribe has been released by FUNAI, the governmental protection agency for tribal peoples in Brazil. The Last of his Tribe from Survival International on Vimeo . ©FUNAI The man, known as the Last of his Tribe , has made it clear he wishes to avoid contact with mainstream society. His avoidance of interaction means that no one knows his story, but it is likely his tribe were annihilated by gunmen hired by colonists and ranchers who invaded the land from the 1970s onwards. From his abandoned campsites, we know he plants corn, manioc, papaya & bananas.  He hunts too, and digs holes about 2 metres deep with sharp staves in the bottom to catch animals to eat. He makes houses of straw and thatch, and digs a hole inside, presumably to protect himself if attacked. The 'Last of his Tribe's' house and garden where he grows manioc and other vegetables. Very little is known about this uncontacted Indian. He lives on his own in a patch of forest, ...
After 26 years working with at-risk teens, can a Philly couple forgive the one who killed their son? 15.7.2018 Philly.com News
Every year, they hold a Mothers' Prayer Breakfast for Peace, for women who've lost children to violence. Looming over the celebration was a court date the couple had been dreading: a resentencing for their son's killer, Joseph Chamberlain.
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Search continues for undiscovered Great Lakes shipwrecks 8.7.2018 Minnesota Public Radio: Law & Justice
Of the estimated 10,000 ships believed to have been lost on the lakes over the past four centuries, only about a third have been found and identified.
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TSA screeners nibbling away at travelers' patience. This time over snacks 30.6.2018 Philly.com News
Passengers at airports across the country are reporting that increasingly TSA agents are instructing them to remove their snacks and other food items from their carry-ons and place them in those ubiquitous plastic bins for separate screening.
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'This isn't Cherry Hill. This is the real South Jersey.' Rambling along Route 49 on the way to the Shore 9.6.2018 Philly.com News
South Jersey's Route 49 may be less well-known than Shore highways like Route 40, Delsea Drive or the White and Black Horse pikes. But it's no less loved by those in the know
Eagles' Carson Wentz partners with Outdoor Channel for 'Wentz Bros. Outdoors' digital series 6.6.2018 Philly.com News
Want to see Carson Wentz do something other than play football?
In Chesco, volunteer farmers grow food for neighbors in need 5.6.2018 Philly.com News
Corporate types rotate in and out of the farm to plant and harvest food specifically for county residents in need.
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Grizzly bear trophy hunt in Yellowstone area could be approved today 23.5.2018 Washington Post
Grizzly bear trophy hunt in Yellowstone area could be approved today
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Here’s why there are so many coyotes and why they’re spreading so fast 23.5.2018 Washington Post
Coyotes were a purely North American animal that lived in the West. Now they’re everywhere, largely because state-sponsored hunting obliterated wolves and mountain lions.
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A Wyoming teenager wanted to talk about gun control. Would anyone listen? 21.5.2018 Washington Post
In the wake of the Parkland school massacre, Moriah Engdahl, 16, began voicing her support for stricter gun control and her opposition to arming teachers. She hoped to change minds in conservative Gillette, Wyo. — a town where the high school yearbook devoted four pages to “Hunting: No Greater Sport,” and a local club funded college scholarships by raffling off AR-15s.
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Rant against immigrants in public, lose your mail and phone services 18.5.2018 LA Times: Commentary
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