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Massachusetts man arrested after investigation into death of 13-year-old Chloe Ricard

Massachusetts man arrested after investigation into death of 13-year-old Chloe Ricard

Deborah Goldsmith-Dolan/Facebook(BOSTON) -- An arrest has been made following the mysterious death of a 13-year-old girl earlier this week in Massachusetts, authorities said Saturday.

Carlos Rivera, 47, was arrested early Saturday after an investigation into the girls death, according to a press release tweeted out by the Essex District Attorney.

The girl -- whom a source and relatives have id...

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Latest death marks 10th reported on Mount Everest, amid long wait times to descend

Latest death marks 10th reported on Mount Everest, amid long wait times to descend

iStock/Zzvet(NEW YORK) -- A British man has died on Mount Everest, marking the tenth death in two months as a record number of mountaineers rush to conquer the worlds highest summit during an unusually brief window of good climbing weather.

A 41-year-old British climber, Robin Haynes Fisher, reached Everests peak at 8:30 a.m. local time on Sunday morning, and collapsed and died shortly after,...

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After record high number of hot car deaths, here's a guide to keep kids safe this summer

After record high number of hot car deaths, here's a guide to keep kids safe this summer

iStock/Srdjanns74(NEW YORK) -- As the temperature climbs this Memorial Day weekend, so does the danger lurking inside our own cars.

Hot car deaths reached a record level last year with at least 52 children killed, from California to Tennessee to Mississippi, according to national nonprofit KidsAndCars.org.

Just this Wednesday, a baby girl died when she was left for hours in a hot van outside her ...

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After fan backlash, Paramount delays 'Sonic The Hedgehog' to give character a makeover

After fan backlash, Paramount delays 'Sonic The Hedgehog' to give character a makeover

Courtesy Paramount Pictures and Sega of America(LOS ANGELES) -- After disastrous fan reaction to its first trailer, Paramount Pictures has bumped back the release date of its Sonic The Hedgehog movie.

Set to open November 8, the movie, which stars Jim Carrey and James Marsden, has now been moved to February 14, 2020.

Voiced by Ben Schwartz, the first appearance of the computer-created characte...

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Fired up Bernie Sanders returns home for first Vermont rally of 2020 cycle

Fired up Bernie Sanders returns home for first Vermont rally of 2020 cycle

ABC News(MONTPELIER, Vermont) -- On a sunny day on the Burlington, Vermont, lakeshore in 2015, an independent U.S. senator with a relatively low national profile shocked the political establishment by turning out a boisterous crowd of thousands as he kicked-off his unlikely presidential campaign.

Now, almost exactly four years later and 40 miles down the road, in the shadow of the statehouse, S...

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US Women's soccer stars hope 2019 World Cup inspires girls to 'believe in themselves'

US Women's soccer stars hope 2019 World Cup inspires girls to 'believe in themselves'

ABC News(NEW YORK) -- The U.S. Womens National Team is just days away from heading to France for the 2019 Womens World Cup, a tournament they hope will inspire young girls.

"I just want girls to feel like they can believe in themselves and like they have a path to success," Alex Morgan said Friday on Good Morning America. "Whether they want to become a professional soccer player or not, I thi...

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News for Wednesday 050819

 

Von Jennings has resigned as the city of Alexandria's director of community services following a social media controversy over the weekend.

 

It didn’t take long. The man suspected of robbing the Capitol One Bank location on Jackson Street yesterday, shortly before noon, was arrested at a Mac Arthur Drive Motel less than 2 hours after the robbery.

 

The trial for a Pineville woman, accused with her brother in the deaths of three people, has been pushed back to March of next year.

 

Here in CenLA,  Law enforcement officials believe there are women out there who were held captive by a man identified as 56-year-old Justin Walters of Colfax.

 

One day after the Senate rejected legislation to abolish the death penalty; the House Governmental Affairs Committee approved a bill that would allow the state to keep it a secret on where they purchase lethal drugs to carry out an execution.

 

A House committee advances legislation that would move regulatory power of the state’s medical marijuana program out of the Ag Department and into the Department of Health.

 

A Council for a Strong America report says the state needs to do more in making sure parents are able to find child care.

 

Last week it was the Vice President, next week, Tuesday to be exact; President Trump is scheduled to visit the state to highlight job growth in the energy sector.

 

A bill that would up the amount of time a minor has to work before getting a break from five hours to eight hours has stalled in the House after a heated argument on the lower chamber floor.

 

Governor Edwards has deemed May as Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Month. With the weather more favorable for hitting the road on two wheels, State Police Sgt. Jared Sandifer says motorcycles are more present on the roadways, and LSP is offering a refresher course for riders.

 

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The LSU men’s basketball program is planning to visit Spain in August. The NCAA allows schools to take one foreign trip every four years and LSU’s last out of country trip was in 2015 to Australia.

 

New LSU athletics director Scott Woodward appeared on 94.7 ESPN’s After Further Review with Matt Mascona yesterday and was asked about basketball coach Will Wade.

 

Preliminary estimates show the devastating EF-3 tornado that ripped through Ruston likely destroyed Louisiana Tech’s softball, baseball, and soccer fields.

 

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