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  • Man convicted of 44 charges in rape case
    22 Feb 01:42 AM
    A Washington man has been found guilty of 44 criminal charges that accused him of torturing and threatening to kill a woman working as a prostitute. The Kitsap Sun reported that a jury handed down the guilty verdicts Tuesday for Jeremy Blaine Fenney, 30, after about two days of deliberation.
  • 3 Charts to Know: Analysts Go Gaga for Glencore
    22 Feb 01:42 AM
    For Glencore, high dividends, low debt and a thirst for deals punctuated its 2017 earnings forecast. The global commodities trader reported record annual net income of $5.2 billion helped by a rebound since 2015 in copper, zinc and coal prices.
  • Yankees trade OF Jabari Blash to Angels for player or cash
    22 Feb 01:42 AM
    The New York Yankees have traded outfielder Jabari Blash to the Los Angeles Angels for either a player to be named or cash. Blash hit .213 with five home runs and 16 RBIs last season for San Diego.
  • Mexico judge rules arrest of alleged cartel boss was illegal
    22 Feb 01:42 AM
    A judge in Mexico has ruled that the arrest earlier this week of an alleged drug cartel boss in a city bordering Texas was illegal. A statement from the Federal Judiciary Council says prosecutors had sought to have the Feb. 19 arrest declared legal, saying he was detained while speeding in an SUV in the northern city of Matamoros.
  • Bollywood should take a stand on temporary ban on Pakistan artistes, says MoS Babul Supriyo
    22 Feb 01:42 AM
    Union Minister Babul Supriyo has expressed his disapproval in engaging with Pakistani artistes at a time when tensions on the border have escalated. Suggesting a temporary ban by the Hindi film industry on working with Pakistani artistes, Union Minister of State for Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises Babul Supriyo on Wednesday said that like others have cornered Pakistan, and with the US just one step away from declaring it a terrorist state, Bollywood should show solidarity to Indian soldiers by not engaging with artistes from that country.
  • Coyotes acquire Kuemper from Kings for Rieder, Wedgewood
    22 Feb 01:42 AM
    Los Angeles Kings goaltender Darcy Kuemper gives up a goal to Los Angeles Kings' Patrik Laine, not seen, during the third period of an NHL hockey game Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018, in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Los Angeles Kings goaltender Darcy Kuemper gives up a goal to Los Angeles Kings' Patrik Laine, not seen, during the third period of an NHL hockey game Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018, in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
  • Snapchat responds to the 1.2 million users who signed a petition to kill the redesign
    22 Feb 01:42 AM
    Complaints are inevitable when apps and sites are redesigned, but the response to Snapchat's recent overhaul has been as thunderous as any in recent memory. Everyone seems to hate the updated app, which is why a Change.org petition has managed to garner a stunning 1.2 million signatures since the update began rolling out.
  • The Worst Real Estate Crisis in Western Europe Is Still Affecting Businesses
    22 Feb 01:42 AM
    For political activist Carly Bailey, the controversy in Ireland over so-called vulture funds hits rather too close to home. They were very aggressive from the start, said Bailey, who is vice-chairwoman of the Social Democrats, a small opposition party.
  • 2018 gardening season to start
    22 Feb 01:42 AM
    The Wahkiakum Community Garden located in Erickson Park on Columbia Street in Cathlamet is revving up for the 2018 garden season so get your plot request in! The gardening catalogs have been received for rainy day reading. So it is time for the Wahkiakum community gardeners to plan their gardens for the 2018 gardening season.
  • After deadly Parkland shooting, deputies will now carry AR-15 rifles on school grounds, sheriff says
    22 Feb 01:42 AM
    As gunshots and screams echoed through his school, Lorenzo Prado said he locked himself in the sound booth at the auditorium at Marjory Stoneman Douglas ... -- The Kremlin ally indicted last week as a key figure in Russia's online election influence operation is also tied to a shadowy military contractor whose Russian m... U.S. Rep. Adrian Smith has been designated a Friend of Agriculture by NFBF-PAC, Nebraska Farm Bureau's political action committee.