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July 07, 2007

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Jul 07,2007
A 59-year old Redmond man was cited for reckless driving in connection with a three-vehicle crash on Highway 97 just north of Redmond on Friday morning that blocked traffic for about an hour.  Three people were transported to the hospital with what deputies reported were non life-threatening injuries. Deschutes County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a report of a three-vehicle collision at the intersection of Highway 97 and North Canal, just north of Redmond, Oregon shortly ... [full story]
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Jul 07,2007
A 20-year old man who tired and sank under the surface of the Molalla River as he tried to swim across was rescued by a family member and two Good Samaritans who pulled him to shore and began live-saving efforts, deputies reported. Clackamas County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a report of a drowning at the Wagon Wheel Park in Mulino, a town about 25 miles south of Portland, about 7 p.m. Friday.  According to a ... [full story]
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Jul 07,2007
17 and 18-year old boys were arrested Friday and charged with arson and possession of illegal fireworks after shooting Roman Candles from a moving vehicle and starting a brush fire near Salmon Falls County Park in Marion County, Oregon, deputies reported. According to a news release, the 17-year old juvenile and Shawn Scofield of Salem had been swimming at Three Pools Recreation Site in the Willamette National Forest and were driving south on Little North ... [full story]
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Jul 07,2007
CHICAGO -- After years of troubled air travel in the United States, the next few months may be the worst yet, with growing congestion leaving more passengers angry. "It has been a horrendous summer, with flight delays rippling nationwide like never before and fears of having entire airline networks unravel," said Joseph Schwieterman, an aviation expert at DePaul University. In the first five months of this year, the airline industry's on-time performance was the worst ... [full story]
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Jul 07,2007
MESA, Ariz. -- An Arizona woman spent her Fourth of July chained to a tree in 104-degree heat to highlight the plight of dogs stuck outside in hot summer weather. Rebecca Schneider, who is involved with the group, "Dogs Deserve Better," was among nearly 100 people who staged similar protests across the country Wednesday, The Arizona Republic reported Saturday. Sam Spinelle, director of outreach programs with the Arizona Animal Welfare League, told the Republic state ... [full story]
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Jul 07,2007
LONDON -- British Foreign Secretary David Miliband reportedly called an academic union's boycott of Israel a mistake at a meeting with Israel's acting president. Dalia Itzik, speaker of the Israeli Parliament, the Knesset, told Ynetnews.com her meeting with Miliband was positive. She said he raised the issue of the boycott vote by the University and College Union. During her trip to London, Itzik also met with former Prime Minister Tony Blair, who has taken on ... [full story]
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Jul 07,2007
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan -- The president of Pakistan Saturday warned militants holed up inside the "Red Mosque" they face annihilation if they don't surrender and leave their redoubt. President Pervez Musharraf said bluntly the siege at the Islamabad mosque must end and the several hundred students and other radicals inside "must surrender or else they will killed'," Press Trust of India reported. The so-called Red Mosque, formally known as Lal Masjid, has been an anti-government thorn ... [full story]
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Jul 07,2007
ENID, Okla. -- Two Oklahoma pre-teen sisters are accused of kidnapping a 1-year-old neighbor and demanding $200,000 in ransom for his return. The two girls, ages 10 and 12, allegedly entered Sheila Wells' home in Enid, Okla., Thursday morning and left with her son, Brandon, a stroller, diapers, wipes and $20, the Enid News & Eagle reported. "If you want to see your son again then you won't call police and report him missing and ... [full story]
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Jul 07,2007
BOSTON -- A video was posted on the Internet showing guards trying to pry open cell doors as a prisoner killed a convicted pedophile priest in a Massachusetts prison. The Boston Herald said Friday the newspaper was tipped to the 10-minute video posting Thursday in a handwritten note that was purportedly written by Joseph Druce -- who was convicted of first-degree murder in the Aug. 23, 2003, slaying of 68-year-old John Geoghan at the Souza-Baranowski ... [full story]
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Jul 07,2007
ALTOONA, Pa. -- Two teens have been charged with accidentally causing a fire that destroyed a Pennsylvania church shortly after services ended. The 13- and 14-year-old juveniles admitted playing with a lighter used to light church candles in a Sunday school room May 6, The Altoona Mirror said Friday. The pair said they accidentally ignited some cotton balls on a display board, and then "stomped" on the cotton and hid the damaged poster behind a ... [full story]
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