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Brother of Las Vegas gunman: 'It makes no sense'

At least 10 rifles were found in the room; it appeared he had hammered out the windows of the room before shooting. "This just gets worse for us at this point", Eric said. But Paddock also described his relationship with his brother as being somewhat distant. One thing seems evident: This was no spur-of-the-moment thing. Read More »

Gunman's father was bank robber wanted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation

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Maria Antoinette Mangrobang, the Philippine Bureau of Immigration spokeswoman, said Danley, who travels on an Australian passport, had left Manila for Los Angeles, where her flight landed around 7:30 p.m. Benjamin Paddock was convicted of robbery, auto theft and a confidence scam when he escaped from prison, NDTV has said. Danley, an Australian citizen aged 62 who is reported to have been born in the Philippines, was not seen by reporters in any public area of the LAX arrival terminal. Read More »

Catalonia violence hardens resolve of voters

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The 49-year-old monarch called for a return to the constitutional order, telling Catalans that Spain is a democratic nation and that problems must be solved through law and democracy. The strike was called in protest against "the grave violation of rights and freedoms" during Sunday's ballot which was declared illegal by the Madrid government. Read More »

Wisconsin provides blood to Las Vegas massacre

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A GoFundMe page has been set up, called the Las Vegas Victim's Fund , to "provide relief and financial support to the victims and families of the horrific Las Vegas mass shooting ". As always, those located outside Nevada who wish to donate blood can visit the American Red Cross website and enter their zip code to find the nearest blood drive. Read More »

ESPN Changes Course, Will Air National Anthem On 'Monday Night Football'

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Before the season began, the network decided not to show the anthem, with two exceptions. After last weekend - when all of the NFL's TV partners aired the anthem live - networks were mixed in showing the anthem on Sunday. Here's what you need to know about the shooting. "As is standard procedure, regionalized coverage of NFL games airing on Fox this Sunday will not show the national anthem live", Fox had announced in a statement Sunday. Read More »

2017 preview: Pittsburgh Steelers offense

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Ok, ok. Saving the season is a bit of an overstatement. Linebacker Ryan Shazier and cornerback Mike Hilton each had an interception. When the Ravens briefly dropped to their knees before the national anthem began, the fans booed, a sign that the prayer, however well intended, might not be quite enough to heal the divisiveness that had come to the NFL's doorstep last week. Read More »

Beware of Las Vegas donation scams

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The country is now responding and searching for ways to help. While they've had enough blood to meed the immediate hospital demand, there could still be a need in the future. Blood has a shelf life, so it is important that donations are given on an ongoing basis. "However, to effectively manage the blood supply for patients, we are asking donors to make appointments to give blood throughout the coming days and weeks", said Kevin Adler, another spokesman for Blood Centers of the Pacific. Read More »

First victims of Las Vegas shooting named

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The last photograph Willemse posted of his fiancee before she was gunned down in Las Vegas in the worst mass shooting in U.S. history. She went to the concert with her fiance, Christopher Williams and several colleagues and was fatally wounded in the back. Read More »

Signs of West Nile Virus found in Shasta County

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The species that tested positive is Culex quinquefasciatus (southern house mosquito). Two mosquito samples collected in the areas near Veteran's Park and Brushy Creek Sports Park tested positive for West Nile in 2016. "Even though temperatures are dropping, we are still actively trapping mosquitos that have the potential to transmit West Nile virus". The public is encouraged to eliminate places where mosquitos can breed, use an EPA-approved insect repellent and dress in long sleeves ... Read More »

Here's how to help Las Vegas shooting victims

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United Blood Services Arizona spokeswoman Sue Thew said they have received an influx of calls to donate and received more than 1,000 voicemails. OBI said the current supply at their Tulsa facility is robust, and they are ready to send out units if asked. Read More »

Blood Donation Lines Stretch Blocks in Vegas

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Blood Assurance is on standby to send blood to Las Vegas area hospitals in the wake of the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history. Clark County Sheriff Joseph Lombardo stressed the need for blood donations during an early press conference Monday, and was later joined by other officials urging more volunteers to step forward. Read More »

#GPnews: Researchers testing out 'universal' flu vaccine

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Researchers hope the new vaccine will provide better and longer-lasting protection when used alongside the regular seasonal flu shot. The National Institute for Health Research, which supporting the project says, this is the world's first widespread human testing of such a vaccine. Read More »

Tattoo ink can cause infection even 15 years later

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The 30-year-old woman had come in with small lumps under her arms, which had been there for two weeks. "Ninety-nine times out of 100, (this) will be lymphoma ", Dr Christian Bryant explained, reports CNN . The patient noted that her tattoos would occasionally itch, but only for a few days each month. On their initial examination, doctors felt a number of "rubbery" lymph nodes some of which were over half an inch in diameter. Read More »

"Support the Girls" raises money for locals with breast cancer

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The hot pink Chevrolet will race in the AAA Texas NHRA FallNationals next weekend at Texas Motorplex and in the NHRA Nationals at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on October 27-29. "Advance Auto Parts is donating $1 for every Carquest brand product that's sold in October". Cost: $11 (or $10 if you wear PINK). "I'm really looking forward to running this vehicle and seeing if we can make this thing fly at over 330 miles per hour while brining awareness for breast cancer". Read More »

Wear Your Health on Your Sleeve With Color-Changing Tattoo

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While the tattoo device is not yet available on the market as a product, researchers have already demonstrated its success following tests on pig skin, with colour changes observed in response to different biomarkers. Still, this is just a proof-of-concept and needs more work to be developed into a full-fledged health-monitoring system for humans. The Dermal Abyss creates a direct access to the compartments in the body and reflects inner metabolic processes in a shape of a tattoo. Read More »

Gas Prices Continue to Drop in New Jersey

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Delaware's average was down 9 cents at $2.37, Pennsylvania's slid 4 cents to $2.77 and South Jersey's price fell 8 cents to $2.46. Hurricane Harvey wreaked havoc on Texas' fuel production and supplies, but gasoline costs continue to slowly fall as the industry rebounds and the nation's fuel inventories come back into balance. Read More »

Good luck boys, make us proud, Virat Kohli tells Indian team

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India Under-17 World Cup: Is this the costliest crop of Indian players? Even as Tavora prepares for the ISL, he feels the excitement of the first-ever Federation Internationale de Football Association tournament that India is participating in, along with a tinge of envy wishing he could be one of those boys. Read More »

Skip breakfast at your peril

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The results concluded that the participants that skipped breakfast on a regular basis presented double the risks of developing atherosclerosis. This research is part of the Progression and Early Detection of Atherosclerosis Study or PESA, conducted under the supervision of the Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Cardiovasculares Carlos III or CNIS in Spain. Read More »

Blood Services Ready to Send Supplies to Las Vegas Shooting Victims

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So much so that the blood bank says it no longer needs blood donors, but needs platelet donors instead. "It doesn't get harder because it's the same message", Munday said. org or calling 1-800-RED CROSS. American Red Cross blood donors are encouraged to schedule appointments in advance to reduce wait times. "Our hearts go out to the victims, their families, and all those affected by this tragic event", said Jay Baumgardner, director of marketing and community relations at Blood Assurance. Read More »

Wake Forest look: Demon Deacons playing well on defense

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The junior running back had one of the finer outings of his career, finishing with 146 total yards (120 rushing, 26 receiving) and ripping a 69-yard run in the first quarter that put the Seminoles in position for an early field goal. "We didn't have that a year ago, as I got hired in June". The run game will pick up, and the defense will force enough turnovers to hold off the Demon Deacons and give the Seminoles something to build on heading into next week's rivalry game with Miami at Doak ... Read More »

Nigeria's Buhari Says He Won't Allow Country to Break Apart

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Government will continue to support the Armed Forces and other security agencies to fight not only terrorism, but kidnapping, armed robbery, herdsmen/farmers violence and to ensure peace, stability and security in our country. He continued: "I am very disappointed that responsible leaders of these communities do not warn their hot-headed youths what the country went through". Read More »

PM Pays Tribute To Mahatma Gandhi, Will Address Nation: 10 Facts

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PM Modi will unveil a statue of Mahatma Gandhi shortly. The Prime Minister also took to Twitter and said, "गांधी जयंती पर बापू को शत्-शत् नमन!" But before that, a lot of essay competition, debates, writings, slogan writing competitions are held in order to pay homage to the father of the nation, Mahatma Gandhi. Read More »

As Puerto Rico awaits Hurricane Maria relief, Donald Trump takes to Twitter

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Rosselló said that the Defense Department had increased its footprint on Puerto Rico to 6,400 people from roughly 4,600 two days earlier, with more coming, and that other federal agencies were also sending more staff to aid in the island's recovery from Hurricane Maria, which smashed through the island on September 20. Read More »