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The Missouri Department of Transportation will dispatch crews ahead of the storm to treat the roads, highways, and interstates with a mixture of chemicals as well as salt brine. The National Weather Service said the incoming storm could have the potential to cause hazardous travel conditions and power outages. Further north to the Missouri 54 corridor, ice accumulations could exceed half an inch.
  • St Austell park murder probe: Three men arrested

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    A 24-year-old man, a 22-year-old man, and a 21-year-old man have been arrested on suspicion of murder and are now in police custody. A forensic examination is taking place on the unnamed man and a major crime unit is at the scene. Nearby Edgecombe Road has been closed off. Police would like to hear from anyone who saw or heard anything suspicious. Information can also be given anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
  • Cobalt International Energy, Inc. (CIE) Insider Sells $26715.80 in Stock

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    There was a stock decrease by -0.85 percent. Zacks Investment Research gave Cobalt International Energy, Inc . This company was Upgrade by Tudor Pickering on 18-Aug-16 to Buy. Commercial Metals Company and its subsidiaries manufacture, recycle and market steel and metal products, related materials and services through a network including steel minimills, steel fabrication and processing plants, construction-related product warehouses, metal recycling facilities and marketing and ...
  • Trump to Donate Hotel Profits From Foreign Government Payments to US Treasury

    Trump to Donate Hotel Profits From Foreign Government Payments to US Treasury

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    U.S. President-elect Donald Trump waits with his children before speaking during a news conference. "He is going to voluntarily donate all profits from foreign government payments made to his hotels to the United States Treasury". Other examples include foreign government building permits, tax breaks and subsidies and even attempts to choke off would-be competitors. Already, Trump is facing blow back for his lawyer's interpretation of the emoluments clause.
  • Turkish PM Holds Talks With Iraqi Leaders Over Troop Presence

    Turkish PM Holds Talks With Iraqi Leaders Over Troop Presence

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    Yıldırım also expressed his gratitude to Barzani for his support in Turkey's fight against FETÖ. Unless Iraq is secured, Turkey is not safe too. The Turkish premier, who also met President Barzani later, is expected to hold a press conference following his meetings with Kurdish officials.
  • 20 transit buses destroyed by fire in Springdale

    20 transit buses destroyed by fire in Springdale

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    Officials say four buses weren't seriously damaged, nor was the system's minivan fleet. Many state-wide agencies are responding to ORT to help with public transportation in Northwest Arkansas. One bus was shielded from the fire by another bus, and another was still in route at the time of the fire. The Ozark Regional Transit has about 30 active buses.
  • Art.18, Cgil valuta ricorso a Corte Ue

    Art.18, Cgil valuta ricorso a Corte Ue

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    Roma, 11 gen. - Sull'articolo 18 'la battaglia continua'. "Tutta un'altra Italia'. 'Ci siamo preparati i manifesti con tutte le possibilita', pronti a tutte le eventualita", ha risposto Camusso ai giornalisti, 'da oggi inizia la nostra campagna.
  • Man found dead on M1 'may have hidden inside lorry'

    Man found dead on M1 'may have hidden inside lorry'

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    Police said Mr Hayes may have been knocked down by another vehicle in a "fail-to-stop" collision or that a motorist believed they had hit an animal. Northamptonshire Police are now appealing for anyone who may have been driving along the part of the M1 in question around 2am to come forward.
  • Athletes thank, pay respect to President Obama after farewell address

    Athletes thank, pay respect to President Obama after farewell address

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    Tuesday evening he was back, but this time , he was saying goodbye. Tickets for Barack Obama's farewell speech - a free event - ran out in 30 minutes after some 7,000 thousands braved -7C conditions to wait in line outside the venue. In fact, Sasha Obama had to take care of some adolescent business last night, which is why she wasn't in Chicago supporting her dad's farewell speech.