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NYPD commissioner defends cops in baton beatdown video

The NYPD’s top cop stood by the officers filmed clubbing two Washington Heights men, demanding on Friday that the Manhattan district attorney get tough with the suspects — and take further action against them. “It’s not just about the two cops now — it’s about all New York City cops,...

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Solskjaer staying at Man United has not been discussed, Molde chief insists

Mark Ogden and the FC crew explain why they aren't falling in love with the idea of making Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Manchester United's permanent manager. Manchester City's Pep Guardiola was quick heap praise on Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solksjaer and pointed out it was better...

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City Haul: $100K club grows; more city employees got paid more than Rahm Emanuel

THE WATCHDOGS: Eighty-six city workers made more than Mayor Rahm Emanuel's $216,210 pay in 2017 — 50 more workers than the year before.

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Even though the football season didn’t end how we wanted, we’re proud of you, Chicago Bears. You did a great job. You made it exciting. I looked forward to the games every week. Thank you for all the excitement. You made this city proud. Maybe next season will be our season. Thanks again....

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Borussia Dortmund transfer news: Jadon Sancho responds to talk of Premier League return

The 18-year-old has shone in the Bundesliga since leaving Manchester City and picked up his first England cap last year under Gareth Southgate

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San Antonio is currently the 7th largest city in the United States, and ranked one of the number one cities to visit. Here's what to see and do...        

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A Portage tow operator in undercover recordings said he was “not gonna go sing.” On Friday the tow operator changed his tune. John Cortina, 79, of Kustom Auto Body in Portage, pleaded guilty to charges that he allegedly paid bribes to Portage Mayor James Snyder to secure a city towing...

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From Denver to New York City: Winter storm will skip Southern Tier

A winter storm spreading from Denver to New York City will miss Southern Tier area of New York.       

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From Denver to New York City: Winter storm will skip Southern Tier

A winter storm spreading from Denver to New York City will miss Southern Tier area of New York.       

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Norwich City defender Timm Klose all for a winter break in English football as injuries take their toll

Although Daniel Farke's side are still in the automatic promotion places, they have suffered injuries to 18 different first-team players this season

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CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — Police in say a suspect wanted for killing three people in a shooting last summer in New York City may be hiding in coastal South Carolina.

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Authorities are investigating after a body was found Friday morning in a harbor-area creek in the vicinity of West 8th Street and Harbor Drive at Navel Base San Diego. The body may have been in the water a couple of weeks, a Harbor Police sergeant said. There were no indications of suspicious...

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H.S. Basketball: Johnson City boys hold off Elmira

Keith Harris scores 23 points to lead Wildcats scorers.        

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H.S. Basketball: Johnson City boys hold off Elmira

Keith Harris scores 23 points to lead Wildcats scorers.       

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H.S. Basketball: Johnson City boys hold off Elmira

Keith Harris scores 23 points to lead Wildcats scorers.       

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Lee Cataluna: Just go talk to the guy

Soon the 2019 legislative session will open, the Honolulu City Council will, hopefully, have all members officially seated and ready to rumble, and the news cycle will turn to a fresh spate of bills regulating behavior that people could pretty much deal with on their own if only everyone had better...

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City stands by election process in Trevor Ozawa-Tommy Waters vote

The Honolulu Elections Division is standing by its policy of accepting mail-in ballots from the U.S. Postal Service after 6 p.m. on Election Day, despite a challenge by defeated City Council candidate Tommy Waters that argues those votes should not be counted.

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