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City officials announced shortly after noon today that Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve is reopening after confirmation from the state that water sample testing results showed bacteria levels no longer exceed advisory levels.

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Hanauma Bay reopens after testing shows lower bacteria levels in water

City officials announced shortly after noon today that Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve is reopening after confirmation from the state that water sample testing results showed bacteria levels no longer exceed advisory levels.

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U.S. Ambassadors Worldwide Are Summoned to D.C. Forum Despite Shutdown

The State Department plans to pay for a conference in Washington for all its chiefs of mission while most of its employees go without pay.

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Pippen Jr. picked Vanderbilt over Washington State, Colorado State, DePaul and UC Santa Barbara.

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UNLV has no interest in ex-Bishop Gorman star QB Tate Martell

Former Bishop Gorman star quarterback Tate Martell concluded his redshirt freshman season at Ohio State by entering the NCAA’s transfer portal, but he has not been contacted by UNLV, a person familiar with the situation said.

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California Adds Its Clout to States Battling High Drug Prices

Under a new governor, it’s hoping to use its status as the most populous state as leverage when it negotiates with drug makers.

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Nikki Giles, a Texas State University student, accused Bauer of "repeated harassment" earlier this week after the two exchanged jabs on Twitter.

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Report shows 90 percent of NY LGBTQ kids face discrimination at school

Most­ New York state LGBTQ students suffer discrimination at school — but only half report it to administrators, according to a new report. The Gay Lesbian Straight Education Network study concluded that New York schools “were not safe” for LGBTQ children — and that only a third of their...

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HIGHLAND HEIGHTS, Ky. (AP) — Drew McDonald had 22 points and 12 rebounds and made a pair of key baskets late as Northern Kentucky won its 11th straight home game, edging Wright State 68-64 on Friday night.

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The Latest: Syrian state TV reports air attack near Damascus

BAGHDAD (AP) " The latest on Syria and U.S. military pullout (all times local):12:55 a.m.Syrian state media are reporting that air defense units have responded to "hostile targets" near the capital of Damascus.State TV said in its Friday night report that explosions were clearly heard in Damascus.It...

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Researcher: Calf born to endangered Pacific Northwest orcas

SEATTLE (AP) " Researchers say there's a new calf among the population of critically endangered killer whales that live in the waters between Washington state and Canada.Ken Balcomb, founding director of the Center for Whale Research, told The Seattle Times that staff first saw the calf Friday at...

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Meghan Markle’s Half-Brother Arrested For DUI

…And people still wonder why Meghan Markle is trying so hard to separate herself from her extended family?! The Duchess of Sussex‘s older half-brother Thomas (yes, same name as their father!) was arrested for DUI early Friday morning in Grants Pass, Oregon by the Oregon State Police....

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Ganondagan planning prescribed burn

Ganondagan State Historic Site is planning a one-day prescribed burn in the grassland management area for sometime between Feb. 1 and June 11.The state Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, in collaboration with the Environmental Stewardship and Planning Bureau and Department of...

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UA, NAU presidents back ASU against attorney general in real estate lawsuit

ASU President Michael Crow questioned the ethics of the suit, but one expert said it's not unheard of for an attorney general to sue a state agency.         

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UA, NAU presidents back ASU against attorney general in real estate lawsuit

ASU President Michael Crow questioned the ethics of the suit, but one expert said it's not unheard of for an attorney general to sue a state agency.         

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UA, NAU presidents back ASU against attorney general in real estate lawsuit

ASU President Michael Crow questioned the ethics of the suit, but one expert said it's not unheard of for an attorney general to sue a state agency.         

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UA, NAU presidents back ASU against attorney general in real estate lawsuit

ASU President Michael Crow questioned the ethics of the suit, but one expert said it's not unheard of for an attorney general to sue a state agency.         

Read more in azcentral.com

UA, NAU presidents back ASU against attorney general in real estate lawsuit

ASU President Michael Crow questioned the ethics of the suit, but one expert said it's not unheard of for an attorney general to sue a state agency.         

Read more in azcentral.com

UA, NAU presidents back ASU against attorney general in real estate lawsuit

ASU President Michael Crow questioned the ethics of the suit, but one expert said it's not unheard of for an attorney general to sue a state agency.         

Read more in azcentral.com