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Trump victory sparks deportation fears

So immigrants and their advocates like Contreras and Ramos and ACIJ Executive Director Sarai Portillo say they will stand and fight as they did back in 2011. Her family came to the Ohio Hispanic Coalition for help. She lives in fear everyday that her mom won't return from a grocery store run or she won't be there when she comes home from school. Read More »

Immigration, Moderation, and Trump

The immigration section of Mr Trump's presidential transition website reaffirms his plans to "cancel unconstitutional executive orders " - which his advisers have said includes President Barack Obama's 2012 program that has protected from deportation 750,000 young people brought to the USA illegally. Read More »

FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Pretty nice weekend with seasonable temperatures


Overnight temperature will hover around zero with clear night skies. A cooler air slump will swing in behind the heat system causing temperatures to dip into your work week . Sunday will be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 60s. This increase in cloud cover is due to an area of low pressure traveling up the East Coast, which may bring some rain to the area Monday night into Tuesday . Read More »

Trump election could threaten North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and strengthen Russian Federation say experts


NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg appeared to discourage Trump from divesting in his security alliance, imploring him that "U.S. leadership is as important as ever". However, with Trump now headed to the White House, many in the region are wondering just how deeply he means to challenge the Nato treaties, or what his relations with Putin will entail. Read More »

Mark your calendars: Redlands Veterans Day Parade, Ceremony set for Friday


Wallace is a former veterans services officer in Alcorn County. Ceremonies honoring US military veterans for their service will be held Friday across the region. Brewster's annual Veterans' Day ceremony takes place at 10:30 a.m.at the village's Electrazone Field off Railroad Avenue. All of the men and women who served in the military were invited. Read More »

USA election: Trump wins Indiana, Kentucky, Clinton takes Vermont


The news giant is also reporting that Georgia, South Carolina and Virginia are too close to call. New Mexico truck driver Richard Grasmick said he admired Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson and meant to vote for him, but grew disillusioned by Johnson's televised flubs on foreign affairs issues. Read More »

Medical Marijuana Laws Pass In Florida, North Dakota, And Arkansas

On an election night that was dominated by the dramatic finale of the presidential race, voters in California , Massachusetts , Maine and Nevada approved recreational marijuana, with only Arizona voting no to legalizing cannabis. While marijuana has been largely illegal in the USA for years, it has long held medicinal purposes, Paul Armentano, deputy director of NORML , tells SELF. Read More »

CLINTON: We owe Trump a chance to lead


But the Trump campaign ultimately opted for a more-traditional strategy, focusing the candidate's time and resources on battleground states like North Carolina and Florida as public-opinion polls showed him trailing heavily in NY. Clinton did not address her supporters on election night but delivered a concession speech to her campaign staff and backers in NY shortly before noon on November 9. Read More »

Take heart - America has elected its first Latina senator Catherine Cortez Masto


Democratic Rep. Dina Titus is expected to coast to victory in her deep-blue urban Las Vegas district, while Republican Rep. Mark Amodei has a heavy advantage in his deep-red northern Nevada district. Carol Moseley Braun of IL, who served in the 1990s. She's filling Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid's seat. President-elect Donald Trump shocked the world with his epic upset, defeating Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and her " most progressive platform ". Read More »

Voting forms replenished at Durham Co. precinct


A nonprofit group has gone to court in Wake County, North Carolina, asking that polls in neighboring Durham County be kept open for another 90 minutes Tuesday night. Workers switched to using printed voter lists. In Georgia, one voter reported that "half the machines" were down at one location. Gannon said voting wasn't interrupted. Read More »

Ohio GOP US Sen. Portman wins re-election over ex-governor


He ran a strong campaign tying his opponent to Ohio's sinking economy during Strickland's governorship, which coincided with the national recession. A former staffer in both Bush administrations and a former US trade representative, Portman knew he had to run a good race from the start given the quadrennial competitiveness of OH and how well Donald Trump seemed to be doing there. Read More »

Marco Rubio Wins Second Term in US Senate


One example was when Murphy said he worked as a CPA in Florida. Rubio has also said Murphy has misled voters by claiming to be a certified public accountant and a small-business owner. The senator's opponent, U.S. Representative Murphy, is a Republican-turned-Democrat who has served Florida's 18th district since 2013. Instead, Rubio bowed out of the Republican presidential race following a poor showing in the Florida primary. Read More »

Early voter turnout suggests strong numbers swarming the polls


In other countries like Syria or Cuba, the people's voice isn't heard. Amidst rampant claims of election "rigging", it's easy to get anxious if you try to tap one candidate and an electronic voting machine lights up for someone else. Use it to see the presidential and local candidates, their positions on issues, their own Facebook and website updates, who has endorsed them and more. Read More »

NY heir Durst pleads not guilty to murder


Durst, who will be held without bail, will next appear in court on February 15. Prosecutors said they would not be seeking the death penalty against Durst. The bureau was acting on behalf of L.A. officials who said they had newly discovered evidence linking him to Berman's murder. Durst was arrested in March 2015 in New Orleans. Read More »

Single California mom cited with selling home-made ceviche


Kelly McDaniel, the San Joaquin County Deputy District Attorney, told the local Fox affiliate that the 209 Food Spot Facebook group was sent a warning before charges were filed. In a freakish turn of events, that's exactly what happened to Mariza Reulas , a woman from Stockton . McDaniel says selling any food not subject to regular health department inspection puts the purchasers in danger, and it also undercuts those business owners who have gone through the legal process to get ... Read More »

1 dead after being pushed in front of oncoming subway in NYC


A person was pushed in front of the 1 train and killed at Times Square on Monday afternoon, NYPD said. Also in 2012, a homeless man, Naeem Davis, was arrested and charged with shoving Ki-Suck Han, a Korean immigrant, into the path of a subway train at a station near Times Square. Read More »

Tim Kaine calls on Fort Myers supporters in crunch time

He told the group in Raleigh that he would be wrapping up campaigning with a pair of events in Virginia, where Kaine is a USA senator and former governor. "Not that they're going to say that explicitly". "I've only known one vice president and it's Joe Biden, and I just think he is a great role model because I have talked to him about the role". Read More »

Suspect Captured in Killings of Two Des Moines Officers

Wednesday. Twenty minutes later, as officers were responding to the Urbandale shooting, an officer found a Des Moines police officer shot at an intersection in Des Moines, about 2 miles southeast of the first scene. A criminal complaint indicates Greene was involved in an altercation with his 66-year-old mother October 17. He entered a guilty plea and was fined. Read More »

Police Officer Killed in West Valley City, Utah


They observed three people who headed toward the Boulder Pines Apartment Complex located at 1535 West 4040 South. Officers in the area responded and witnessed the suspects steal a vehicle from the parking lot of the apartment complex. The suspects fled and police pursued the vehicle. Brotherson joined the department in December 2013. "Three suspects are in custody", the news release states. Read More »

Judge found Iowa police slaying suspect exploited, hit mom


Samantha Greene says she talked by phone with her father, Scott Michael Greene, just two hours before police say he fatally shot Des Moines Sgt. Anthony Beminio and Urbandale officer Justin Martin. "I heard a sound that I will never forget, plus, I had never heard (the sound) before and it was a rapid 'boom, ' 'boom, ' 'boom, ' 'boom, ' 'boom, '" said Susan Wright, who lives near where the shootings took place. Read More »

NYPD officers shot in the Bronx; suspect reportedly killed

They say a woman had called 911 to report an armed Rosales had earlier forced himself into his estranged wife's home. Two NYPD officers were shot in the Bronx on Friday afternoon while responding to a burglary call, a source told Patch. Davis says the suspect's auto was pulled over by police who had received a description of someone who had just committed a home invasion. A lawyer who previously represented him said he wasn't violent. Read More »

94-foot Norway spruce will star as NYC Christmas tree


The tree will be wrapped in more than 50,000 Christmas lights before it is lit during a live "Christmas in Rockefeller Center" broadcast on November 30. The trees are not always from New York State however. Typically, the center's trees are milled into lumber for Habitat for Humanity after they're taken down. Read More »

Gannett gives up on Tronc

The move was meant to provide incentive to reject Gannett's bid that was ultimately met with ridicule because of the name, " tronc ", and the subsequent promotional material the company released that contained a barrage of words that seemed to be a string of jargon with no coherent meaning. Read More »

Pennsylvania college faculty ends strike after tentative deal


The State System also said its proposed pay increases for regular faculty would include a 2.75 percent general pay increase for the fall semester and a $1,000 one-time cash payment next spring, with pay increases starting at 2 percent for the following three semesters. Read More »

Pipeline company could face fines; protesters pepper-sprayed

North Dakota Highway Patrol Capt. Bryan Niewind said he was nearby and was surprised no one was injured. The clash came only a day after President Barack Obama said the Corps is evaluating whether the pipeline, which has sparked the largest Native American protest movement in years, could be rerouted to address indigenous concerns of damage to sacred sites. Read More »

Big Ten to play Friday night football games starting in 2017


Division I games had been played on Saturday's since 1991. The Friday night schedule is expected to be announced this week. Mark Rudner, the Big Ten's senior associate commissioner for television administration, said Wednesday night the idea of any financial compensation from the league "is something we haven't talked about, or even thought of that". Read More »