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Ivy Tech Recruiting Displaced ITT Tech Students


Students who were attending ITT Technical Institutes schools, as well as students who already graduated or left the schools, have several options now that the campuses have shuttered. Borchardt said 12 students came to 1ts first session Tuesday, and four made a decision to get their old federal loans forgiven and start over at Ranken. Read More »

Neighbor: Man, woman found dead are related NASCAR racer

The couple is the father and stepmother of Robby Gordon , a former star in NASCAR and on other racing circuits. He now is competing in the Speed Energy Formula Off-Road series, the website reported, a series that he created in 2013. NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. was among those offering condolences, writing on his Twitter account he is praying for "the Gordon family during this hard time". Read More »

Hillary Clinton to begin TV ads in traditionally GOP Arizona


But that's down from 6.6 percent in just a week, which is a pretty big change considering that not every poll updates weekly. The Reuters/Ipsos poll is conducted online in English in all 50 states. "Anyone who has entered the United States illegally is subject to deportation", Trump charged in the highly anticipated speech, which took place hours after he met with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto. Read More »

Authorities: Arrest made in arson fire at Florida mosque


Lucie County Sheriff's Office told reporters. Benson said Schreiber's father showed up at his office Wednesday afternoon after his son was arrested, even though he wasn't a member of his synagogue. Deputies said they searched Schreiber's home and also found a motorcycle matching the one that was seen in surveillance video, speeding away from the fire. Read More »

Arrest made in arson fire at Florida mosque


According to deputies, surveillance video shows Schreiber park his motorcycle outside the Islamic Center of Fort Pierce and approach the east side of the mosque on West Midway Road in White City just moments before a flash of fire is seen. The FBI and the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives joined the investigation into the fire. He said Schreiber attended his synagogue for about a month last spring to study the Torah, but left little impression, and no indication that ... Read More »

Gun rights, voting restrictions up for overrides in Missouri

Opponents of the bill say allowing a person to carry without a permit which means no background check would be unsafe for the community. Missouri Senate Bill 656 will take center stage in Jefferson City Wednesday as Republican lawmakers attempt to derail the governor's veto of a controversial gun bill. Read More »

Veto Session Underway At Missouri Capitol

The state House had voted 114-43 in favor of the override, several hours earlier. After a four-month break from Jefferson City, Missouri lawmakers are returning for the fall veto session that begins Wednesday, Sept. Among the additional bills overridden Wednesday is one charging fees ranging from $5 to $20 to Medicaid patients who repeatedly miss doctors' appointments. Read More »

CNN Florida poll: Donald Trump 47%, Hillary Clinton 44%


The new Quinnipiac national poll , released moments ago, gives us our first (admittedly crude) gauge of how the flap over Hillary Clinton's " basket of deplorables " comments and the widely shared imagery of her stumbling and falling ill might impact the presidential race. Read More »

Nike designs Merlot-coloured boots for Pirlo


Juventus are playing in a separate competition, at least that's what the transfer window said. "Serie A seems to be becoming similar to the French league, and Juventus is like PSG". Pirlo was also widely in the talks with a move away from America after speculated interest from Inter Milan hoping that the Italian would be interested in a move back to Italy. Read More »

Amtrak asks woman if she's stuck in elevator -- 7 months late


Amtrak , of course, responded on the day she was trapped, but it took seven months for them to check up on her again via Twitter. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.), tweeted on February 14, 2016. Like last February. Thanks for checking.? Wanted to make sure. It seems that Carpenter's original tweet resurfaced all these months later because somebody retweeted it for some reason, and whoever responded on behalf of Amtrak simply didn't see the date. Read More »

Clinton: IS extremists hoping for Trump victory


Robby Mook said on ABC's " Good Morning America " Thursday that Trump's answer for how to defeat the Islamic State group shows he had "no plan " in the first place. The Republican also renewed his praise for Putin and his disdain for President Barack Obama, arguing that "it's a very different system and I don't happen to like the system, but certainly, in that system, he's been a leader, far more than our president has been a leader". Read More »

Would-be Ronald Reagan assassin John Hinckley Jr. freed after 35 years

The AP news agency said that a rental auto pulled into the driveway of the Hinckley home in Williamsburg in Virginia at about 2:30pm. AFP/AFP/Getty ImagesWASHINGTON, UNITED STATES: This 30 March 1981 file photo shows John Hinckley Jr. Brady died of complications from his injuries in 2014, though Reagan, D.C. police officer Thomas Delahanty and Secret Service agent Timothy McCarthy all recovered from gunshot wounds suffered during the incident. Read More »

Keenan Allen Carted Off With Right Knee Injury


Allen had six catches for 63 yards before leaving the game. Injuries have plagued Allen, 24. The 24-year-old was looking to re-establish himself this season after missing eight games last season with a lacerated kidney. The Chargers went into halftime with a 21-3 lead. Allen's dealt with a ton of injury issues and it's not hard to speculate about what might be the issue - non-contact knee injuries are oftentimes ACL situations, which would be devastating to a Chargers offense that had ... Read More »

With Akron next, No. 10 Wisconsin looks to keep momentum


Outside of his radio show, he said he has not heard much from fans because he has been going into work earlier and staying later. Elsewhere, though, it was business as usual. "The play does not define Josh as a person and is not indicative of the type of player he is". It's about actions. I think that (the players) see that we can be a lot better. Read More »

VP nominee Sen. Tim Kaine in Minnesota next week


Vote-rich Virginia Beach leans Republican and favored Trump in the March primary, where he won 40 percent of the vote, while the Clinton campaign is pushing for a big turnout in the region's Democratic strongholds in Newport News, Hampton, Norfolk and Portsmouth. Read More »

No. 9 Georgia turns to freshman QB Eason against Nicholls


The Georgia Bulldogs won a big game against the North Carolina TarHeels during the opening weekend of the college football season, with the final score being 33-24. One of those considerably affected by the offensive line instability is Chubb, who did help his side have a somewhat happy ending to the terrible afternoon. Read More »

Students left with questions after ITT Tech closes locations nationwide

ITT Educational Services Inc. said Tuesday it would discontinue operations at its ITT Technical Institutes , in line with the U.S. Department of Education's directive, affecting more than 8,000 employees. That statement also points out that if students enroll at other schools that will accept their credits, they likely won't have federal loans wiped clean. Read More »

Trump Made Illegal Campaign Donation To Florida AG


Donald Trump's charitable foundation gave a whopping $100,000 to a conservative group pursuing legal action against the NY attorney general at the same time that office was conducting a fraud probe into Trump University , Yahoo News reported Friday. Read More »

ITT Tech Nursing Students Held Graduation Ceremony After School Closed


Last week the Associated Press reported the U.S. Department of Education banned the for-profit college chain from enrolling new students who use federal financial aid. The schools' academic and operational standards have been called into question by the federal Department of Education in recent years. Trine will accept credit transfers with no expiration. Read More »

Donald Trump ending press 'blacklist'


For more than a year now, Donald Trump's presidential campaign has been fending off charges of racism, sexism, Islamophobia, and Nazism from the media by systematically denying some of the biggest news organizations in the world press credentials to Trump's campaign events. Read More »

Michelle Obama preparing to campaign for Clinton


The report determined there was no further action to be taken against her. The Massachusetts Democrat, who was rumored to have been on Clinton's vice presidential shortlist, is expected to highlight what's at stake for Pennsylvania families in the November election and to promote voter registration ahead of the state's October 11 deadline, according to Clinton's campaign. Read More »

Judge grants partial stop on North Dakota pipeline work


Army Corps of Engineers to withdraw permits for the project. Private security officers working for Dallas-based Energy Transfer Partners assaulted demonstrators supporting the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. The Yurok, Hoopa Valley, Winnemem Wintu and other Tribes from California and the Klamath Tribes of OR have passed resolutions in solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux while tribal members have traveled to the camp to join the defenders. Read More »

Kaine slams Trump's 'bizarre fascination' with strongmen

Clinton had sharp words for the Republican nominee, saying Trump was "dead wrong" in saying that his tax returns were not the concern of everyday Americans, despite every major presidential nominee since Richard Nixon releasing their taxes before the election. Read More »

Lake Pontchartrain plane crash: Wreckage pulled from water, family identifies missing passenger

Saturday. The airport director, Ben Morris, said Monday that the plane hit a rainstorm around the time of the crash. Davis was able to get out of the sinking plane and was rescued by a nearby boater. Morris said a couple chartered the plane for an aerial tour of the city. The investigation into the crash is being led by the National Transportation Safety Board, with the assistance of the Federal Aviation Administration. Read More »

Obama: "Gaps of trust" hindering US-Russia talks

There had been hopes of a breakthrough in stemming the Syria conflict after the U.S. said it was close to a deal with Russian Federation. "If and when we have a meeting, this is something that is going to be brought up", Obama said , referring to a spate of extrajudicial killings of purported drug dealers that have transpired since Duterte took officer earlier this year. Read More »

Arizona auto chase ends with suspect shot and killed by police


At that point, Phoenix police took over the chase. Phoenix police, who are taking over the investigation, said when an Avondale police officer attempted to stop the suspect's vehicle, the suspects shot at him. Three other police vehicles swarmed the scene, pinning the vehicle in place. 'Unfortunately, her brother made a decision today where he made a mistake and the consequences was losing his life, ' Santeyan said. Read More »

21 injured in Metrolink train, box truck collision in Sun Valley


The train was stopped at the location until about noon, when it was allowed to continue, according to Metrolink. A patient was removed from a Metrolink train following a crash in Sun Valley on September 6, 2016. The train consisted of six cars, and there were about 190 passengers on board, according to the LAFD. In an interview with KNX Radio, fire spokesman Erik Scott said the driver of the vehicle was not injured in the collision, which occurred around 15 miles northwest of Los Angeles. Read More »