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Former Chicago cop sentenced to 81 months in prison for murder of African-American teen

Former Chicago cop sentenced to 81 months in prison for murder of African-American teen

Antonio Perez-Pool/Getty Images(CHICAGO) -- Former Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke was sentenced to 81 months in prison on Friday evening for the shooting death of African-American teen Laquan McDonald.

Van Dyke, who is white, shot McDonald, who was 17-years-old, 16 times on Oct. 20, 2014. Video released during the investigation showed McDonald was armed with a knife but the teen didnt a...

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American-born, Iranian journalist held as ‘material witness,’ court documents show

American-born, Iranian journalist held as ‘material witness,’ court documents show

Viktorcvetkovic/iStock(WASHINGTON) -- The U.S. government on Friday acknowledged for the first time that it secretly arrested an Iranian journalist earlier this week, demanding she testify to a federal grand jury as part of a federal probe that still remains a mystery.

The acknowledgement came in a federal judges order stating that American-born Melanie Franklin, also known as Marzieh Hashemi,...

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Promising new drug for aggressive stage IV breast cancer encounters setback

Promising new drug for aggressive stage IV breast cancer encounters setback

Tero Vesalainen/iStockBY: DR. TIFFANY TRUONG

(WASHINGTON) -- Federal approval of a highly anticipated breast cancer drug was delayed by the Food and Drug Administration this week.

The drug, sacituzumab govitecan, which is produced by Immunomedics, was previously designated a "breakthrough therapy" by the FDA based on preliminary evidence that it demonstrates substantial improvement over existi...

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Alan Alda on living with Parkinson’s disease: "I just try to make the best of what's in front of me"

Alan Alda on living with Parkinson’s disease: "I just try to make the best of what's in front of me"

Photo by Michael Kovac/Getty Images for Radio Hall of Fame(NEW YORK) -- Ahead of receiving the the Life Achievement Award at the upcoming Screen Actors Guild Awards on Jan. 27, former M*A*S*H star Alan Alda has given an upbeat interview to People.

The 82-year-old actor, who was diagnosed with Parkinsons disease almost four years ago, admits that at first, he was frightened by the diagnosis,...

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Special counsel office: Parts of Buzzfeed article tying Trump to Cohen’s lies to Congress are not accurate

Special counsel office: Parts of Buzzfeed article tying Trump to Cohen’s lies to Congress are not accurate

Martin H. Simon - Pool/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) -- Special counsel Robert Mueller on Friday took the unusual step of publicly denying portions of a media report published by Buzzfeed News.

The article, posted Thursday night on Buzzfeed, suggests that President Donald Trump directed Michael Cohen, his former personal attorney and fixer, to lie in his testimony to Congress and that special counse...

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Watch college athlete find out she's been awarded a full scholarship and tell her mom

Watch college athlete find out she's been awarded a full scholarship and tell her mom

Matt_Brown/iStock(NEW YORK) -- Christmas came a little late for a volleyball player at the University of Louisiana Monroe.

Albany Schaffer, a junior walk-on on the ULM Warhawks volleyball team, thought she was attending a regular team meeting when she got a surprise that will change her life.

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Albany Schaffer (@albschaffer21) October 2, 2018

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News for Friday 011819

 

An Alexandria man with a long criminal record has been arrested and charged with beating a pregnant woman unconscious and then the next day coming back and burning down her home.

 

State climatologist Barry Keim warns Louisiana residents to expect rapid changes in weather over the next few days.

 

Kenner is the host city for the Southern Republican Leadership Conference that kicks off today at the Ponchartrain Center.

 

Louisiana’s Speaker of the House Taylor Barras, for a third month in a row, has blocked the Revenue Estimating Conference from recognizing additional revenue for the state budget, despite suggestions from economists.

 

Louisiana has distributed February food stamps to 337-thousand households.

 

A steel-covered walkway is being installed at the entrance of the state capitol to protect visitors from falling pieces of mortar from the 86-year-old building.

 

A pedestrian is dead following a hit & run in St. Landry Parish. State Police say the accident claimed the life of 51-year-old David Sonnier of Arnaudville.

 

A military jury has convicted Barksdale Air Force airman Isaiah Edwards in the fatal stabbing of his roommate during a deployment to Guam last year.

 

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The Who Dat nation is ready to rumble in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome again this Sunday as the Saints battle the LA Rams in the NFC Championship. A win and the Black and Gold heads to the Super Bowl in Atlanta. You’ll be able to hear the game on 96.9 KZMZ and 94.7 ESPN..

 

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