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Worldwide Utah Highway Patrol releases Thanksgiving weekend DUI numbers
Author: 0 Utah Highway Patrol releases Thanksgiving weekend DUI numbers

Amaya was transported to a local hospital with life threatening injuries. Only one of the five fatalities occurred in the Daily Journal coverage area. Arrests for driving while impaired increased by 15 percent, to 542, during the five-day period, the patrol said. That's a 3 percent increase from a year ago, and the highest number since 2005.

Worldwide Big Christmas Tree shortage across the US
Author: 0 Big Christmas Tree shortage across the US

Enter upside down Christmas trees, a popular new decoration that has taken the world by storm ahead of this year's holiday, with everywhere from hotels and shopping malls to supermarkets and homes being decked with the topsy turvy trees. Goodman's Tree Farm is selling Fraser firs in front of Books a Million at Inlet Square Mall, and Pawleys Island General Store is also selling live trees.

Author: 0 Corea del Nord, Kim Jong Un lancia missile balistico

Il Giappone dopo l'intercettazione di alcuni segnali radio ha confermato che la Corea del Nord ha lanciato un nuovo missile . Anche da Washington è arrivata poco dopo la conferma di un lancio missilistico. È quanto scrive l'agenzia di stampa sudcoreana Yonhap, citando l'esercito della Corea del Sud che sta preparando un'esercitazione missilistica "per un raid di precisione" in risposta al lancio.

Author: 0 Aung San Suu Kyi stripped of her Freedom of Oxford award

In 2012, Suu Kyi was celebrated with an honorary doctorate from Oxford and held her 67th birthday party at St. Hugh's college, where she studied politics, philosophy and economics between 1964 and 1967. However, global human rights advocates hoped the Nobel Laureate would use her moral authority to speak out on behalf of the Rohingya. A statement on Monday said that on first receiving the Freedom Ms Suu Kyi had represented Oxford's "values of tolerance of nationalism".

Worldwide Rep. Luis Gutiérrez Won't Run for Re-Election
Author: 0 Rep. Luis Gutiérrez Won't Run for Re-Election

Rep. Luis Gutierrez is expected to announce Tuesday that he will not seek reelection. Rep. Luis Gutierrez has been one of the most outspoken US congressmen for more than two decades. There is also speculation he could run for Mayor of Chicago. Sources tell CBS 2 Gutierrez has informed Mayor Rahm Emanuel of his decision to call it quits.

Worldwide Cops launch 'World's Most Entertaining' video to lure recruits
Author: 0 Cops launch 'World's Most Entertaining' video to lure recruits

The video has all the elements of a fast-paced police chase, showcasing different aspects of police work with plenty of comic relief while embracing all ethnicities, gender and even species. "Freeze! NZ Police's most entertaining recruitment video, yet!" the police department's recruiting website says of the action movie-style video". "We want our country to be the safest, but we can't do it without your help".

Worldwide Shocking moment tourist is attacked by croc
Author: 0 Shocking moment tourist is attacked by croc

This was the second time a tourist has been attacked by a crocodile at Cape Tribulation in Australia since the attack in May past year in which a woman was killed by a 4.3-meter (about 15 feet) crocodile while she was on a swim with her friend at Thornton beach in the Daintree national park, north of Cairns.

Worldwide Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr submits plan for 2018 FIFA World Cup
Author: 0 Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr submits plan for 2018 FIFA World Cup

NFF president Amaju Pinnick announced Monday Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr has been given a new contract till 2020 after he guided Nigeria to next year's World Cup in Russian Federation. Rohr led the Super Eagles on a fine run in the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign which saw them finish their qualifying group unbeaten and qualified for the world cup tournament with a game to spare.

Worldwide 'I Don't See a Deal' to Avoid Shutdown
Author: 0 'I Don't See a Deal' to Avoid Shutdown

President Trump warned Tuesday that a government shutdown next month could be unavoidable, and he blamed Democratic leaders for forcing it because he said they want to block funding for a borer wall and raise taxes. Meeting with "Chuck and Nancy" today about keeping government open and working. The negotiations also include efforts to lift legislative caps on military spending, raise the debt limit, provide more funding for disaster assistance, and extend a children's health insurance ...

Worldwide Prince Harry, Meghan Markle to Wednesday in May at Windsor Castle
Author: 0 Prince Harry, Meghan Markle to Wednesday in May at Windsor Castle

Markle said she can't wait to meet the young people Prince Harry has spoken about. "Prince Harry and Ms Markle are delighted that the lovely grounds of Windsor Castle will be where they begin their lives together as a married couple". The Gothic St George's Chapel, located in the grounds of Windsor Castle, west of London, has close associations with royal history going back centuries.

Worldwide Christmas at the White House - in numbers
Author: 0 Christmas at the White House - in numbers

Trump tweets Tuesday that his wife is a "great and very hard working First Lady, who truly loves what she is doing". "Nobody thought u would win", she wrote. A longtime friend of the Trumps told Vanity Fair that Melania didn't want to be first lady "come hell or high water". "The white house is ready to celebrate".

Worldwide Missing Florida teen believed to be with soccer coach
Author: 0 Missing Florida teen believed to be with soccer coach

NBC affiliate WTLV says Rodriguez was a head boys' soccer coach at Columbia County School District. Authorities told WBTV that Frisina and Rodriguez may be traveling in a red Mercury Sable with Florida tag number Z04CSC. .). "Caitlyn Morgan, Punkin, Daddy and I want you to know how very much we love you and miss you!" she wrote. The Columbia County School District released a statement which said, "The Columbia County School District is cooperating fully with the Columbia County ...

Worldwide Media say Irish deputy prime minister to quit
Author: 0 Media say Irish deputy prime minister to quit

Fitzgerald informed the Irish cabinet that she would be leaving office on Tuesday, to avoid a snap Christmas election and in turn weaken Varadkar's position, as he enters crucial Brexit negotiations at the European summit in December, said senior sources in Dublin.

Worldwide Ads target House Republicans over tax reform
Author: 0 Ads target House Republicans over tax reform

The Senate bill would cut the USA corporate tax rate to 20 percent from 35 percent after a one-year delay, lower rates for most individuals and repeal the ObamaCare individual mandate. Senate Republicans took a risk by injecting the hard politics of health care into the tax debate. Meanwhile, the RNC chairwoman is pushing senate Republicans to vote in favor of the GOP tax bill, saying the stock market could take a huge hit if it does not pass.

Worldwide IN teacher filmed 'snorting cocaine' in classroom
Author: 0 IN teacher filmed 'snorting cocaine' in classroom

According to the court record, Cox said she usually does her drugs before school, but was "feeling sick" and needed to take them right away. She faces a felony charge of cocaine possession and a misdemeanor charge of possession of drug paraphernalia.

Worldwide UK Teenager Found Guilty of Plotting Terror Attack at Justin Bieber Concert
Author: 0 UK Teenager Found Guilty of Plotting Terror Attack at Justin Bieber Concert

The 17-year-old conducted more than 2,000 searches over a year including "Cardiff terrorist attack ", "how to create a terror attack" and "how to pledge allegiance to ISIS". He also conceded he had put the hammer and knife in his bag and had taken it to school that day, but he claimed to the police that he had not meant to use them to attack anybody.

Worldwide Germany: Altena's pro-migrant mayor stabbed in kebab shop
Author: 0 Germany: Altena's pro-migrant mayor stabbed in kebab shop

The attacker, identified only as a 56-year-old German man and described by local media as drunk, asked Hollstein if he was the mayor before attacking him, local media reported. The prosecutor's office in the nearby town of Hagen did not want to confirm the details of the incident, but announced a news conference for 1 p.m.

Worldwide Federal Judge Rejects Trump Request to Delay Enlistment of Trans Troops
Author: 0 Federal Judge Rejects Trump Request to Delay Enlistment of Trans Troops

The ruling came after Trump issued a presidential order in August that the military stop enlisting transgender people and not to use funds to pay for gender transition-related surgery. "As the court has already determined, there is no justification for excluding transgender people from military service". In a separate case brought in Maryland by the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union), Garbis also referenced Trump's tweets as a relevant factor in evaluating this new policy directive.

Worldwide OECD Says Global Growth Strengthening But Challenges Remain
Author: 0 OECD Says Global Growth Strengthening But Challenges Remain

The Turkish economy grew 5.2 percent in 2014, 6.1 percent in 2015 and 2.9 percent previous year. The Paris-based policy forum nudged up its estimate for this year from 3.5 percent in its last forecasts dating from September, and left its 2018 projection unchanged.