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10,000 Ohioans lose food stamps over work rules

Posted: 01/24/2014 - Thousands of poor Ohio residents have lost food stamp benefits for not fulfilling work requirements, and the number is expected to rise in the coming months.

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Union worried about W.Va. water co's leaky pipes

Posted: 01/24/2014 - The head of the Utility Workers Union of America is raising concerns that West Virginia American Water Co.'s leaky pipes may have allowed contaminated water from the Elk River chemical spill to seep into the ground.

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NYC cops to keep close eye on Super Bowl fans

Posted: 01/24/2014 - New York City police are blanketing midtown Manhattan with temporary surveillance cameras as one of many security measures being taken to protect visitors for the Super Bowl.

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Massive pileup on I-94 kills 3, more than 20 hurt

Updated: 01/24/2014 - Crews are continuing work to remove wreckage from a deadly pileup in northwestern Indiana involving more than 40 vehicles on a main highway between Chicago and Detroit.

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Muppets' mini-makeover aims to boost kids' health

Posted: 01/23/2014 - Bert and Ernie jump rope and Cookie Monster eats his favorite treat once a week instead of every day. Some Sesame Street Muppets are getting a mini-makeover as part of a project to improve kids' health.

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Ohio judge expected to rule on ticket refunds

Posted: 01/23/2014 - A southwest Ohio judge is ready to rule on whether a Cincinnati area village should refund speeding tickets from traffic cameras he has called a scam.

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Family: SeaWorld trainer thought whales treated OK

Updated: 01/21/2014 - The family of a SeaWorld trainer who died in 2010 when a killer whale pulled her into the water is commenting about a documentary critical of animal captivity at the marine parks.

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SF to vote on tech employee shuttle regulations

Posted: 01/21/2014 - San Francisco transportation officials are voting on a new plan to regulate employee shuttles for companies like Facebook, Google and Apple and charge a fee for the use of public bus stops by the private vehicles.

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Legislation proposed in WV to regulate chemicals

Posted: 01/20/2014 - West Virginia Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin and U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin are urging tighter regulation on chemical storage facilities after a spill contaminated drinking water for 300,000 people.

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