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Ithaca College student fatally stabbed on Cornell campus

After medical aid was provided by first responders at the scene, one victim was transported to Cayuga Medical Center and was later pronounced dead. In a Sunday afternoon news release, police said several fights broke out following an event attended by several hundred college-aged people in Willard Straight Hall on Ho Plaza. Read More »

Transgender North Carolinians get restroom-access win

The complaint argued HB2 violated the Equal Protection Clause by discriminating on the basis of sex and sexual orientation. The ruling led to boycotts of the state by some sports teams, businesses, and entertainers. The plaintiffs are represented by the American Civil Liberties Union. Chris Brook, legal director of the ACLU of North Carolina, said in an interview that the ruling shows "HB2 can't be squared with Title IX and can't be enforced at institutions that receive federal education ... Read More »

Wade's cousin hit by stray shot in possible robbery

An innocent woman walking with her child was caught in the crossfire of a Friday afternoon shooting in Chicago. But in the shadow of the shooting death of a young mother in Chicago, because of a gun in the wrong hands, on her way to register children for school, Clinton's opponent, Donald Trump, goes right to Twitter and writes this about the death of Dwyane Wade's cousin, not so long after he asked "Second Amendment people" to organize against Clinton. Read More »

Fire near Utah ski resort crosses Idaho border


Evacuation warnings remain in effect for Tassajara Road from Carmel Valley to the Tassajara Hot Springs Zen Center, and roads that leave from Tassajara Road. A huge wildfire that has been raging for days has created a crisis for the famed California landmark Hearst Castle, located above San Simeon on the state's Central Coast. Read More »

Trump makes Minnesota ballot at last minute

Earlier in the month, McMullin was endorsed by the executive committee of the Independence Party of Minnesota. After hours of ringing alarm bells in national GOP circles over whether Donald Trump is in danger of not getting on Minnesota's presidential ballot, the Trump campaign says everything is in working order and voters will have a chance to cast their ballot for the brash tycoon in November. Read More »

Canada invaded by 1500 people on wayward play rafts


Transit buses then took the American citizens back to the U.S. border. Some 1,500 Americans were riding along the St. Clair River on Sunday, which separates MI from Ontario, Canada, when heavy rains and winds deflated many of their rafts and inner tubes, Reuters reports . Read More »

Woman who fell had disconnected safety gear


The Go Ape experience aims to provide visitors with "a two to three hour journey through the forest canopy taking on suspended obstacles, Tarzan swings and breathtaking zip lines" according to the company's website . A woman died Wednesday after falling from a zip line in Delaware, CBS Philadelphia reported . Go Ape has 15 locations in 14 states. "My mom died completing her bucket list, zip lining in Newark", Slater wrote in her post, alongside a photo of her and her mother on her ... Read More »

Scores sagging for high school grads taking ACT college test

Almost 2.1 million graduating seniors took the ACT, up from 1.9 million in the last school year. The "college-ready" designation indicates a student has a 50 percent chance of getting a B or higher in a corresponding college course. The ACT found 77 percent of those who took their test this year aspire to achieve either a bachelor's degree or a graduate or professional degree. Forty-nine percent of white test-takers met the three-or-more benchmark, compared with 11 percent of ... Read More »

Sheriff in Ohio indicted on 43 counts, including 38 felonies


Overmyer pleaded not guilty to the charges on Wednesday. Overmyer's attorney says Kyle will not resign from office. She was appointed as the special prosecutor in February at Stierwalt's request. "He was indicted on various counts of deception to obtain drugs, filing a false financial affidavit, tampering with records and theft of drugs", Hamilton O'Brien said Tuesday night. Read More »

The 2016 Wyoming student ACT scores are available

The results released today represent the most recent score for students that graduated in 2016. St. Paul Public Schools was one year ahead of the state in testing all of its students. A full breakdown of Virginia scores, using graphs to display all the numbers visually, can be found at the bottom of this article through a gallery of graphs. Read More »

UT students rally against campus carry law with sex toys

U.S. District Judge Lee Yeakel ruled that the professors, who had sought a preliminary injunction to block implementation of the law, had failed to establish their likelihood for success. " We're fighting absurdity with absurdity ", she said. The part of the campus carry law that states it must "give the person of ordinary intelligence a reasonable opportunity to know what is prohibited so that they may act accordingly" is unconstitutionally vague. Read More »

Clinton: Trump health allegations a 'wacky strategy'


The US State Department has already reviewed some 30,068 emails from her 2009-2013 tenure and released a lot of them, amounting to some 55,000 pages. "So with every breath I take it feels like a new lease on life". Both Clinton and Trump have released notes from doctors declaring them physically fit for the presidency. Finally, Kimmel pulled out a fishbowl (adorned with an orange Trump wig) filled with quotes from the business mogul and he challenged Clinton to read the quotes with a ... Read More »

Oakland Raiders Player Asks Aly Raisman Out On Date


The NFL tight end sent a video asking if she'd like to go out with him next time she's in San Jose, California. But Colton Underwood, who plays for the Oakland Raiders with Shawn's husband Andrew East, filmed a video for Aly to invite her out on a double-date. Read More »

Ruling: Grad students at private universities can unionize


Graduate students at private USA universities can unionize, the National Labor Relations Board ruled Tuesday in a decision that could upend the balance of power on campuses and deliver new members to labor unions. But Ivy League schools have historically been opposed to having student workers unionize, and Columbia refused to formally recognize the group - spurring the labor union advocates to petition the NLRB. Read More »

Is Trump's immigration waffle sign of things to come?


Clinton, meanwhile, is spending the next three days fundraising across California. Trump campaign says it needed to rent more space in the building in anticipation of significantly increasing staff. Doubling down on his prior position of deporting undocumented immigrants in most circumstances, he said, "They are going to be out of this country so fast your head will spin". Read More »

Mets put Matz on DL with shoulder tightness, recall Gsellman


FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal reports that the Mets are promoting prospect right-hander Robert Gsellman from Triple-A Las Vegas. Gsellman, a 13th-round pick in the 2011 draft, has been used primarily as a starter during his minor league career, but will begin his major league career in the bullpen. Read More »

Florida Father Robbed and Killed After Being Conned By An Online Date


Police say the robbery escalated and Hilarie was shot once in the head. Investigators believe she and three other assailants then met to discuss the robbery. Deputy Chief Ray said this is a good reason to get to know someone before going out with them. "There's so many places that you can check people out now on the computer", he said. Read More »

Second person charged in death of PA professor


Penn State associate professor Ronald Bettig fell to his death. Ishler and the woman first told police they had last seen Bettig after they returned home from a trip to Rehoboth Beach , Del., on August 12. Ishler was previously charged with the crime. The two originally plotted to have Ishler drown Bettig in the ocean during a trip to Rehoboth Beach in DE, and later came up with the plot to kill him at Blackhawk Quarry in Potter Township , court documents said. Read More »

Bill Clinton defends work of Clinton Foundation

In 2008, Hillary Clinton signed an ethics agreement governing her family's charities in order to become President Barack Obama's secretary of state. "They're low-class grifters and gifters at every turn, whether it's the money they make giving speeches, whether it's the pay-for-play at the State Department", Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway said. Read More »

Family Home of Louisa May Alcott Spared by Tornado in Town

The state saw 10 tornadoes between 2000 and 2010, and 15 between 1990 and 2000, according to NOAA. The tornado touched down briefly just west of CR 133 south of United States 6 near Syracuse. More than 1,900 homes were without power in Marlborough at 3:30 a.m. Power has been restored to many homes this morning. Crews from Middleton, Wakefield, Groton and Reading responded to assist in restoring power, CMLP said. Read More »

AG: Ex-Milwaukee officers investigate fatal police shooting

Still, it was seen as controversial by some because of a state law that forbids officers working in the same jurisdiction where an officer-involved shooting occurs to investigate their fellow officers. Investigators say he ran away from a traffic stop while holding a gun. Smith's death resulted in two nights of violent protests in Milwaukee, during which multiple people were injured and several businesses were burned down. Read More »

13 people shot, wounded at CT house party


Police think at least two shooters fired through the hedges from the backyard into a "large house party", according to the statement. Capt. Brian Fitzgerald says evidence suggests the people who threw the party were charging for alcohol. A female is in critical condition after being shot in the face. Investigators learned that thirteen people were truck by gunfire in a suspected ambush. Read More »

Amber Alert issued for missing 5-year-old in Minnesota


In a news release, it said her mother had put her to bed around 2 a.m. Saturday and woke up around 8 find her missing. A phone in the stolen truck was pinged at 9 Todd County. Anderson had stayed overnight at the residence Friday. Ertl is described as a white female, standing approximately 3 feet tall, weighing 45 pounds with shoulder-length sandy blonde hair. Read More »

Judge orders Clinton to answer questions on email use

The judge's decision is only a partial victory for the group, which had sought to question the Democratic presidential nominee in person and under oath. (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of State (No. 1:13-cv-01363)). Judge Sullivan said it wasn't clear what additional information he would be able to provide. Read More »

Idaho unemployment rate bumps slightly to 3.8 percent


Idaho's labor force increased by nearly 1,500 to 811,850. The last time the state's unemployment rate showed any increase was in April 2015. The state's labor force participation remained unchanged at 64.1 percent. The largest decline over the past year was in mining and logging with a drop of 9,300. Totten says he's seeing more Kansas construction workers taking jobs in Nebraska, Oklahoma and Arkansas and spending their wages out of state. Read More »

Volvo Cars and Uber team up on self-driving cars project


Google, Tesla and even German carmakers such as Mercedes-Benz, BMW and Audi might be taking strides in the development of autonomous cars but it's the online transportation network company Uber that is first making this technology accessible to the public. Read More »

Trump rallies black voters: 'What the hell do you have to lose?'


In Trump's defense, there is at least some internal logic here. Mr Trump also predicted he would receive 95% of the African-American vote if he went to on to run for a second term in 2020. Your schools are no good. Donald Trump , now polling at 1% of the black vote, thinks he'll be so good for black Americans that most will want to re-elect him. Read More »