Steve Nedved

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Feb 20

Beauty & Beast of winter

Commentary. Like many of you, I live in a centuries-old farmhouse with poorly insulated floors.  We are vigilant in checking water flow from all the faucets and the bathroom stool throughout the day and night as the temperature hovers in the 5 to 10 below zero region on the thermometer.  If the wind blows and …

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Feb 20

Huge storm system set to deliver snow, ice to Northeast

ABC News(NEW YORK) — Two storms are combining on Wednesday morning over the Mississippi Valley that are set to move east with heavy snow, ice and flooding rain through much of the day. Over 1,000 flights had already been grounded before 6 a.m., and that was only expected to get much worse as the storm …

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Feb 20

Police: Remains found of missing FL teen who may have witnessed murder

Sarasota Police Department(SARASOTA, Fla.) — The remains have been found of a missing teenager in Florida who may have witnessed a murder more than a year ago, police announced Tuesday night. Jabez Spann was 14 when he vanished on Sept. 4, 2017, in Sarasota, Florida. A week earlier, a woman who witnessed a murder allegedly …

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Feb 20

Delta Air Lines flight declares emergency after apparent lightning strike

VanderWolf-Images/iStock(CHATTANOOGA, Tenn.) — A Delta Air Lines flight was forced to declare an emergency and make an unscheduled landing in Chattanooga, Tennessee after apparently being struck by lightning on Tuesday. The plane took off from George Mitchell International Airport in Milwaukee and was supposed to land at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Atlanta, before the …

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Feb 20

University of California student indicted for allegedly running drug app

Public Domain(SAN JOSE, Calif.) — A University of California, Santa Cruz student was indicted on federal charges Tuesday, accused of developing an app to sell meth, cocaine and other illegal drugs. Collin Howard, 18, was indicted by a federal grand jury in San Jose, California, on drug distribution and possession charges for allegedly creating the …

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Feb 20

California cold case solved nearly 50 years after strangled girl’s body found

Newport Beach Police(NEWPORT BEACH, Calif.) — Police in Southern California have arrested a suspect in the decades-old murder of 11-year-old Linda Ann O’Keefe, sources told ABC News on Tuesday. O’Keefe vanished while walking home from school in Newport Beach, California, on July 6, 1973, according to police. Her strangled body was discovered the following day …

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Feb 20

After four number-ones, Luke Combs is still the same: “I’ve just got nicer boots now”

ABC/Image Group LA Tuesday at the Corsair Distillery in Nashville, Luke Combs celebrated his fourth #1 hit in a row, “She Got the Best of Me.” Talking with a group of journalists before the party, the North Carolina native agreed that one of the reasons for his success is that he has a lot in …

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Feb 20

Florida man originally charged with gun crime also charged with hate crime

Broward County Jail(MIAMI) — A Florida man has been charged with a hate crime after allegedly yelling racial slurs and waving a gun at a group of black protesters. Mark Bartlett, who is white, originally was charged only with carrying a concealed firearm after he allegedly pulled a gun on protesters blocking a Miami street …

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Feb 19

Former ISIS bride who left US for Syria says she ‘interpreted everything very wrong’

ABC News(NEW YORK) — In her first television interview, a 24-year-old Alabama woman who spent four years as an ISIS bride told ABC News that she’d felt obligated to go to Syria once the so-called caliphate had been announced by the terror group. Hoda Muthana was born in New Jersey and moved to New York …

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Feb 19

Snow Emergency in anticipation of forecasted snow amounts

The City of Mitchell is declaring a snow emergency effective at 5:00 a.m Wednesday, February 20th. All vehicles shall be removed from Snow Emergency Routes or they will be subject to ticket and towing. NO PARKING will be allowed on Snow Emergency Routes until after the storm is over and the streets have been plowed …

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