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5 people, including 3 kids, slashed at home-operated daycare in New York City

5 people, including 3 kids, slashed at home-operated daycare in New York City

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Five people, including three children, were slashed by an employee of a home-operated daycare center in New York City, authorities said.

Victims at the home, in Flushing, Queens, were discovered around 3:30 a.m. local time.

Among the three children injured were two girls and one boy -- all infants, authorities said. Victims were rushed to New York-Presbyterian/Queen...

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Rare case of undetected cancer passed from organ donor to 4 recipients results in 3 dead: Report

Rare case of undetected cancer passed from organ donor to 4 recipients results in 3 dead: Report

iStock/Thinkstock(LONDON) -- Four adults in the United Kingdom developed breast cancer after receiving vital organs from a single donor -- three of the transplants recipients died, according to a recent case report.

This case, published by the American College of Transplant Surgeons, has been labeled the first report of one donor with undetected breast cancer transmitting the disease to four org...

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Teacher says she's 'extremely grateful' after students surprise her on last day of chemo

Teacher says she's 'extremely grateful' after students surprise her on last day of chemo

Ivana Firestone(SANTA BARBARA, Calif.) -- A teacher battling breast cancer didnt know it, but she was in for a big surprise on the day she finished chemotherapy.

When Katherine James of Santa Barbara, California, arrived home from her final treatment last week, she was met by a mob of kids who offered her hugs and applause.

"My mother was driving and I remember saying, Mom, I think those are ...

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Report: Michael B. Jordan launching film series based on Tom Clancy's John Clark

Report: Michael B. Jordan launching film series based on Tom Clancy's John Clark

Disney(LOS ANGELES) --Varietyis reporting that, arguably, one of the coolest actors working in Hollywood today,Michael B. Jordan, will be playing, arguably, the coolest character created by the late thriller authorTom Clancy.

The trade notes that theCreedandBlack Pantherveteran will play John Clark in a new series about the Navy SEAL-turned vigilante-turned head of the elite internation...

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'I don't see any possibility' Christine Blasey Ford is mistaken about Kavanaugh, sister-in-law says

'I don't see any possibility' Christine Blasey Ford is mistaken about Kavanaugh, sister-in-law says

Win McNamee/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) -- The sister-in-law of Christine Blasey Ford, the college professor whos accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her as teenagers, said on Good Morning America that "I dont see any possibility" that Ford is mistaken.

Deborah Ford Peters said Ford is down to earth, hardworking and honest.

Peters also said that since the accusati...

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'What bothers me is that he has time': LeBron James says of Trump taking shots on him

'What bothers me is that he has time': LeBron James says of Trump taking shots on him

Phil Ellsworth / ESPN Images(LOS ANGELES) -- LeBron James has never been one to hold back his disapproval on the actions and remarks of President Donald Trump, and he criticized the president again in his most recent interview, expressing worry that the president can even find the time to take shots at him.

"What bothers me is that he has time to even do that," James told The Hollywood Reporter ...

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News for Friday 092118

 

Governor John Bel Edwards says Louisiana finished the fiscal year that ended June 30th with a budget surplus of approximately 300-million dollars.

 

Hanna Barker, the mother of a baby who died after being found in a fire is scheduled to be in a Natchitoches Parish courtroom today for multiple motions, including one to set bond.

 

The Pineville PD reports two Pineville residents have been charged with child desertion and other offenses for allegedly using drugs and having an unsafe environment for three young children.

 

The Public Service Commission launches an investigation into the spending habits of rural energy coops.

 

New Orleans-based Via Link, which provides crisis intervention for many Louisiana residents who call the National Suicide Hotline, is on the verge of closing, as it can no longer rely on private donations to cover the costs of the service. 

 

Over the summer, the United States Patent and Trademark Office issued its 10 millionth patent.  But where are those patents being issued?

 

A court has issued a temporary restraining order blocking the LHSAA suspension of now Hahnville quarterback Andrew Robison until an appeals hearing, that would make the senior eligible to play tonight, but there’s still an open question as to whether or not his coach will play him.

 

A Denham Springs woman has been charged with D-W-I after she drove into a Baton Rouge Police cruiser.

 

The Gueydan Duck Festival has kicked off, bringing sportsmen from around the world to the small town known as the Duck Capital of America.

 

After seeing losses in 2017, movie theatres are experiencing their best summer in two decades.

 

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Louisiana Tech will make the bus ride down to Baton Rouge tomorrow for their game against 6th ranked LSU. . The game is sold out..

 

A matchup to watch in Sunday’s Saints-Falcons game is Atlanta wide receiver Julio Jones versus New Orleans cornerback  Marshon Lattimore.

 

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