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West Virginia's attorney general alleges Catholic Church allowed abusive priests to teach in schools

West Virginia's attorney general alleges Catholic Church allowed abusive priests to teach in schools

diego_cervo/iStock(NEW YORK) -- The Catholic diocese allowed priests to serve in the West Virginia community and work in their schools in spite of known histories of sexual abuse, according to newly filed court documents.

The Attorney General of West Virginia announced on Tuesday that his office filed a civil complaint against the diocese and the bishop over the lack of transparency and their de...

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Infamous 'Jack the Ripper' serial killer might be identified through DNA, report says

Infamous 'Jack the Ripper' serial killer might be identified through DNA, report says

PytyCzech/iStock(LONDON) -- Londons mysterious "Jack the Ripper" serial killer, who was active over 100 years ago, might finally be identified through mitochondrial DNA left behind at the scene of one of the crimes, according to a case report published in the Journal of Forensic Scientists.

"To our knowledge, this is the most advanced study to date regarding this case," the authors wrote.

In 188...

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15-pound newborn baby girl a 'double miracle'

15-pound newborn baby girl a 'double miracle'

Joy Buckley(ELMIRA, N.Y.) -- Theres so much about Harper Buckley to love.

The 15-pound baby born on March 12 at Arnot Ogden Medical Center in Elmira, New York, is a "double miracle," her mom told "Good Morning America."

Joy and Norman Buckley struggled to conceive.

"I was only ever given a 15 percent chance of getting pregnant naturally without the help of IVF," Joy Buckley said. "So when my husb...

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Wendy Williams reveals she's been living in a sober house

Wendy Williams reveals she's been living in a sober house

Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Wendy Williams made a stunning and emotional admission on her show on Tuesday morning: The talk show host revealed shes been staying at a sober house.

"I have been living in a sober house...You know Ive had a struggle with cocaine in the past," she told her audience, her voice shaking with emotion. "I never went to a place to get treatment. I...

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President Trump pledges to get to 'the bottom of' alleged anti-conservative bias on social media

President Trump pledges to get to 'the bottom of' alleged anti-conservative bias on social media

Alex Wong/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump doubled down on his words of support for of conservatives on social media a group he says has faced "big discrimination."

"Things are happening, names are taken off, people arent getting through, youve heard the same complaints and it seems to be if they are conservative, if theyre Republicans, if theyre in a certain group there...

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Deferred prosecution deal offered to New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft in solicitation of prostitution case

Deferred prosecution deal offered to New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft in solicitation of prostitution case

Kevin Winter/Getty Images(PALM BEACH, Fla.) -- Robert Kraft, the owner of the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots, is being offered a deferred prosecution agreement in which he would not face prosecution and not be required to plead guilty to any charges surrounding his visits to a Florida spa in January that was under investigation for sex trafficking and prostitution, a prosecutor in the...

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News for Tuesday 031919

 

The decision was unanimous when the Alexandria city council voted to appoint Ronald DeJoie to fill the vacant District 1 seat, formally held by now state representative Ed Larvadain.

 

Grant Parish Sheriff’s detectives went to a home looking for a woman wanted on drug charges. When they arrived, they found the suspect, along with 5 bags of methamphetamine, digital scales, and pipes that are commonly used to ingest the drugs.

 

A Colfax woman was recently arrested on multiple charges after a burglary investigation. Grant Parish Sheriff’s detectives discovered drugs in the suspect’s house, along with a small child.

 

Texas Governor Greg Abbott slammed Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards for his handling of the state economy over the past few years. The Edwards Campaign hit back, noting the Republican Governor Association’s past support for former Governor Bobby Jindal…

 

Congressman Ralph Abraham and Eddie Rispone, the two Republicans running against Governor Edwards in this year’s governor’s race, showed some differences in policy approach yesterday at the Republican Governor’s Association round table.

 

Gov. John Bel Edwards and CenturyLink have reached an agreement to extend the company's commitment to maintain its headquarters in Louisiana.

 

The state Legislative Auditor’s office releases a report that shows LSU paid a faculty member over 400-thousand dollars in salary and benefits for nearly three years, even though that person admitting to not performing work for the university during that time.

 

The executive director of the Louisiana GOP tied the knot on Friday, then just a few hours later, was arrested for shoving a New Orleans Police Officer.

 

LSU opens their NCAA Tournament run Thursday against Yale, and the American Gaming Association says 47 million American adults will place a bet on this year’s contest either by filling out a bracket or putting down money on a specific game.

 

24th Judicial District Attorney Scott Perrilloux says his office will seek the death penalty against 21-year-old Dakota Theriot. He’s accused of killing five people in a multi-parish killing spree in January.

 

The former mayor of Vinton was fatally shot in Baton Rouge on Saturday.

 

A state lawmaker who championed having the right to vote restored to felons now wants those same individuals serve jury duty with a bill pre-filed for the upcoming legislative session. 

 

The U-S Supreme Court will hear the case of a Louisiana man convicted for second-degree murder in 2016 and it was on a 10-to-2 guilty vote.

 

LSU football coach Ed Orgeron is set to receive a two-year contract extension and a 14-percent raise that will boost his annual salary to four-million dollars a year.

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