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  1. Sen. Cantwell proposes new regulations for oil trainsRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | KREM-TV Spokane

    Sen. Cantwell proposes new regulations for oil trains Senator Maria Cantwell and other state leaders want new regulations in place to better protect communities from derailments Check out this story on SPOKANE, Wash. -Washington state leaders working on a way to better protect the community from a potential disaster on train tracks.


  2. Street lights look set to be the main political issue in Tendring at the upcoming electionsRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | East Anglian Daily Times

    Led by Labour there have been calls for a stronger campaign against Essex County Council's part-night lighting policy, where street lights except those in town centres or at dangerous road junctions are turned off now between 1am and 5am. However, says Will Lodge, the Conservatives at Tendring have been treading a fine line between local calls and the Tory policy from County Hall, and following a consultation agreed to try to open negotiations with the county council about the policy.


  3. Easter travel misery as 16 million cars take to the roads and...Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    EXCLUSIVE: Posing for a family portrait behind bars - Teresa Giudice's prison life revealed: Husband Joe tells how reality star spends her time styling her hair, working out and even painting her nails with cellmates Oil heir Andrew Getty, 47, found dead 'naked from the waist down and with traumatic injuries' in the bathroom of his $3.8m mansion Are these mystery radio bursts messages from ALIENS? Study finds freak frequencies from outside the Milky Way ALL form unexplained multiples of 187.5 Reclusive singer Joni Mitchell, 71, 'awake and in good spirits' after being rushed to intensive care when she was found unconscious at her Bel-Air home IRS is ignoring three out of five phone calls from frantic tax filers as agency's commissioner claims $10.9 BILLION budget is too small to avoid 'abysmal level of service' Have YOU hooked up with a heart-breaker? TRACEY COX on the six tell-tale signs ... (more)


  4. Private food pantry survives on faithRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Columbus Dispatch

    MILLFIELD, Ohio - In the poorest county in Ohio, Tom and Shirley Fox attempt to make a difference. Though they are sometimes hungry themselves, the Foxes run a food pantry in Millfield, OH, a community of a few hundred people in northern Athens County.


  5. Cargo spills after several cars in CN train derail in southern ManitobaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 12 | The Winnipeg Free Press

    Canadian National Railway says a tar-like hydrocarbon spilled when 13 cars in an eastbound freight derailed in southern Manitoba. The accident happened about 7 p.m. Wednesday near the small community of Gregg, about 50 kilometres east of Brandon.


  6. Tractor / Train Accident In Vermillion CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | WMGI-FM Terre Haute

    Just before 10:30 a.m. the driver of the tractor went to cross the tracks just behind Eli Lilly in Vermillion County, when the train clipped the tractor before it could clear the tracks.


  7. Vin Diesel and Paul Walker's 7 Most Bromantic Moments From the 'Fast & Furious' FranchiseRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | WMDH-AM New Castle

    While the Fast and Furious franchise might not get the kind of critical appreciation Vin Diesel believes it deserves, there's one thing that no fan can deny: The bromance between Diesel's Dom Toretto and Paul Walker's Brian O'Conner will go down as one of Hollywood's greatest love stories. Beginning with Dom and Brian's complicated and tumultuous relationship - built on a foundation of lies and crime - in The Fast and the Furious, all the way to their bittersweet reunion in the franchise's fourth installment Fast & Furious, they've been star-crossed bros for life.


  8. What a train wreck! Set used in famous scene from The Fugitive that ...Read the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    What a train wreck! Set used in famous scene from The Fugitive that cost $1.5m to shoot is still in the North Carolina mountains after being left by crew 22 years ago - and you can visit it Battered, rusted and covered in overgrown weeds, this unremarkable looking bus and train were used to film one of the most memorable Hollywood action scenes of the past 25 years. Lying abandoned in the Great Smokey Mountains in North Carolina, fans of 1993 film The Fugitive will recognize them as those used by Harrison Ford's character Dr Richard Kimble when he escaped from a prison transport moments before it collided with the onrushing train.


  9. Troubled footballer Clarke Carlisle reveals he has split from his...Read the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago |

    The 35-year-old father-of-three, who publicly struggled with depression, has opened up on how his botched suicide attempt affected his relationship with partner Gemma Troubled footballer Clarke Carlisle has split from his wife over the impact his depression and suicide attempt has had on his life. The sportsman , dubbed 'Britain's brainiest footballer' after he appeared on Countdown in 2002, tried to kill himself in December, two days after he was arrested on suspicion of drink-driving.


  10. Shouting is not bad always, it also helps you in emergencyRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Merinews

    Shouting is one of the most irritating sound to happen around. Especially somebody shouting on top of his or her voice just to create mischief or have fun with their friend.


  11. Train hits, kills man on trackRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | NWAonline

    Little Rock police detectives investigate the death of an unidentified man Tuesday afternoon after he was struck by a train while walking along railroad tracks under Interstate 30 near South University Avenue. Police said a man was struck and killed by a Union Pacific train Tuesday afternoon while walking along tracks in southwest Little Rock.


  12. Best in Fire Safety on Display at NFPA Conference and Expo in June in ...Read the original story

    13 hrs ago | Building Operating Management

    March 25, 2015 - Designers who will develop the next generation of code-compliant fire alarm, suppression, or electrical systems, as well as contractors who install them, facility managers who oversee their operation, and code enforcers will find the latest equipment, devices, and technologies this summer, all in one place. The National Fire Protection Association , the authority on fire, electrical, and life safety, hosts its annual conference and exposition June 22-25, 2015 at McCormick Place in Chicago.


  13. 'Bumbling' butt-dialer bustedRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Colorado Springs Independent

    David Fanuelsen, 39, and Dean Brown, 22, stole construction equipment worth $8,000 from their employer, according to police in Key West, Florida. The boss, Stace Valenzuela, identified the workers as the thieves because he had overheard them planning the theft after Fanuelsen unintentionally butt-dialed him.


  14. The Diamond One helping Claire Anderton's pain after death of husband SteveRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago |

    The Diamond One and two delightful little girls have helped Claire Anderton through her darkest hours since the death of her husband, Steve, and now there's one more favour to ask. That favour from The Diamond One is to win the Group I $200,000 NZ Thoroughbred Breeders Stakes at Te Aroha on Saturday and, judging by the way she has risen to every call lately, it's achievable.


  15. What to Look for in Elevator ContractorRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | Building Operating Management

    Since periodic maintenance and inspections are essential to keeping elevators running safely and reliably, how do you look for a good elevator contractor? When it comes to that issue, Martin Culp, elevator supervisor, department of operations and maintenance-contracts, University of Maryland, has some detailed requirements for what constitutes an acceptable contractor. Culp, who is also the board of directors' president of Elevator U, an association of elevator professionals at universities, says, "We have a good variety of equipment, so we require a certain number of years in the trade," and diversity of equipment worked on.


  16. Hackettstown resident honored as Carnegie HeroRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | New Jersey Herald

    Luz A. Jimenez, 26, of Hackettstown helped save Alyson B. Machigua, 3, from drowning after she fell into an abandoned cesspool on June 16, according to the Carnegie Hero Fund Commission. According to the commission, while playing in the yard of a residence, Alyson, 3, broke through the ground atop an abandoned cesspool and dropped 11 feet into the dark pit, the bottom of which contained water 30 inches deep.


  17. Safely Prepare your Teenager for DrivingRead the original story

    18 hrs ago |

    On May 28, 2010, in San Diego County - Sabre Springs, a 17-year old driver of the car was speeding at 75 mph. The car veered out of its lane and smashed head-on with a moving boxed rental truck.


  18. Washington moms start girls' science-themed fashion line after they ...Read the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Oil heir Andrew Getty, 47, found dead in the bathroom of his $3.8m LA mansion with 'traumatic' internal injuries as ex-girlfriend is held EXCLUSIVE: Death of Fast & Furious star Paul Walker was 'solely due to the actions of his driver friend': Porsche makes claims in lawsuit after widow alleged suspension was to blame Are these mystery radio bursts messages from ALIENS? Study finds freak frequencies from outside the Milky Way ALL form unexplained multiples of 187.5 'Oh God': Horrific mobile phone video recovered from Germanwings plane wreckage reveals the last desperate moments of screaming passengers who knew they were going to die Former Disney exec accused of being part of Hollywood sex ring that abused a minor sues his accuser and claims it was an extortion plot to shake down rich gays Science behind babies: The more sex you have the more likely you'll have a boy and more girls are ... (more)


  19. Federal rail chief says ticketing important to rail safetyRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago |

    At a troublesome rail crossing on the road to a public high school, the head of the Federal Railroad Administration stumped Tuesday for increased education and enforcement of safety regulations at railway crossings. Acting Administrator Sarah Feinberg was promoting the agency's safety campaign - prompted by fatal crashes in New York and California - which calls for increased police patrols and ticketing.


  20. 30 years of fighting and preventing fires: Lt. Rancourt retires from Brattleboro Fire DepartmentRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | The Brattleboro Reformer

    Brattleboro Fire Capt. Ron Hubbard laughs with Lt. Marty Rancourt while speaking about him during a celebration for Rancourt's retirement from the Brattleboro Fire Department on Tuesday afternoon.