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Harvey Weinstein turns himself in on criminal charges

Harvey Weinstein turns himself in on criminal charges

Tim Boxer/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Harvey Weinstein turned himself into police in New York City Friday morning to face criminal charges brought by the Manhattan District Attorneys office.

The charges against Weinstein will not be revealed until he appears in court but the disgraced movie producer is expected to be charged with raping a woman and forcing another to perform oral sex, law enforce...

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3 in stable condition after IED detonated at restaurant

3 in stable condition after IED detonated at restaurant

iStock/Thinkstock(TORONTO) -- Three people earlier listed in critical condition after an explosion a restaurant in Canada have been upgraded to stable condition, authorities confirmed to ABC News.

At least 15 people were hurt around 10:30 p.m. local time when an improvised explosive device was detonated at Bombay Bhel Indian, according to authorities in Mississauga, a city immediately southwest ...

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Cars alone in the sun can feel like an oven in little more than an hour for a child left inside

Cars alone in the sun can feel like an oven in little more than an hour for a child left inside

Metro Nashville Police(NASHVILLE, Tenn.) -- It happened again this week, a 1-year-old girl was accidentally left in a car seat in the back of her parents pickup truck in their Nashville, Tennessee, driveway. The young girl died later that day.

It takes about an hour for a child left in a hot car to suffer from heat stroke.

A new study tested different types of cars in the sun and in the shade to...

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Harvey Weinstein turns himself in to New York City police

Harvey Weinstein turns himself in to New York City police

Photo by Raymond Hall/GC Images(NEW YORK) --Harvey Weinsteinhas arrived at the NYPD 1st Precinct in lower Manhattan to surrender to police.

The disgraced movie mogul will be booked and taken to court where he is expected to be arraigned on at least one criminal complaint related alleged sex crimes. The Manhattan District Attorneys Office has been investigating Weinstein for allegedly rapin...

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Trump's pick for State Department post handling refugees criticized for immigration views

Trump's pick for State Department post handling refugees criticized for immigration views

iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trumps nominee for the top State Department position for refugees and migration has drawn fierce criticism over several of his past comments about immigrants.

Dr. Ronald Mortensen, a fellow at the Center for Immigration Studies and a former Foreign Service officer, is known for his hardline views on immigration. Hes also criticized top Republic...

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'I get mad every time I watch it,' NBA player says of video showing police using stun gun on him

'I get mad every time I watch it,' NBA player says of video showing police using stun gun on him

Claus Andersen/Getty Images(MILWAUKEE) -- NBA rookie Sterling Brown felt "defenseless" when police surrounded him in a parking lot, pulled him to the ground and tased him in an arrest for which the Milwaukee police chief apologized.

A day after police body camera video was released showing officers allegedly using excessive force on him over what was initially a parking violation, the 23-year-ol...

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News for Friday 052518

By Dave Graichen

 

The State Fire Marshal’s office is investigating a fatality that occurred Thursday   morning at the Proctor and Gamble Plant in Pineville. Officials say an explosion involving a fork truck claimed the life of the driver and injured 6 other people. The man killed in the accident has been identified as 56 year old Allen Kendrick of Jena. 

 

There’s now a 70-percent chance over the next 24 to 48 hours we can see our first tropical system of the year.

 

NOAA says their forecast for the upcoming hurricane season calls for a near-normal or above normal hurricane season and that means anywhere between 10 and 16 named storms.

 

Amidst increased Memorial Day weekend travel, Louisiana Troopers are partnering with Mississippi Highway Patrol in a new highway safety initiative called “Line to Line.”

 

House GOP Caucus Chairman Lance Harris’s tax bill passed House Ways and Means and is on it’s way to the floor.

 

House Republicans voted down the administration’s favored plan, New Iberia representative Terry Landry’s tax bill, would have raised 543 million dollars.

 

The state Board of Regents has approved a license for a new medical school on the ULM campus.

 

An America’s Health Rankings has Louisiana ranked dead last in the nation for the quality of senior’s health.

 

Red Snapper season is now underway, with a two fish bag limit and 16 inch catch minimum in place for anglers looking to head out on the waters.

 

In LSU Baseball, The Tigers beat South Carolina last night to advance in the SEC tournament. They will play next this evening around 6p, the looser of the Arkansas / Florida game, which will take place earlier in the day.

 

The Boston Celtics could wrap up the NBA eastern Conference finals tonight with a win against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Gametime 6 pm on 94.7 ESPN

 

Last Night, it was the Houston Rockets coming alive and taking a 3 game to 2 advantage in the NBA West Finals. That series could be decided tomorrow night. 

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