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Man indicted on numerous charges following Albion child abuse case: Report

ALBION, N.Y. -- A man at the center of what Oswego County deputies have described as one of the county's worst-ever child abuse cases has been formally indicted on a slew of charges, according to Oswego County News Now. Shawn Whaley, 24, initially faced a single assault charge for his alleged role

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Man hospitalized after crash in Hamlin

A man was taken to the hospital with serious injuries after a crash in Hamlin. Sheriff's deputies say the 22-year-old hit a utility pole off Brick Schoolhouse Road around 8:30 Thursday night. He was rushed to Strong Hospital. The impact brought down the utility pole, which knocked out electricity

WHEC TV-10 - 2017-11-24 15:14:00

County raises water rates 15 cents per 1,000 gallons

The Niagara County Water District has raised its water rates by 15 cents per 1,000 gallons - the first rate increase in 13 years - prompting larger town-level rate hikes. The rate hike, which the Niagara County Legislature approved Tuesday 10-2, was needed for capital projects to maintain the water

LOCKPORT UNION-SUN

Fresh or Frozen: What's on your table?

The holiday season is upon us. More and more people are going back to how they did it back in the day for the popular Thanksgiving staple, and opting for a farm fresh turkey. Federal regulations went into effect January 1st banning antibiotics in turkeys and other poultry and pork. There have been

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College at Brockport players enjoy feast before playoff game

"It really puts the family emphasis on impact because we're all here together having a good time," says Jason Mangone, Brockport football coach. "Some of our guys are from downstate so they can't obviously go home and come back in time for practice tomorrow. So whether you're local or far away, we'r

WHEC TV-10 - 2017-11-24 03:02:00

Parents to get answers today after Brockport kindergarten teacher arrested on child porn charges

The Brockport Central School District is holding an informational session for parents from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. today in the wake of Tuesday's arrest of kindergarten teacher Roland Yockel II on child porn charges. "We want to assure our parents that we take all staff allegations seriously and remain co

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Court Docs: Brockport Kindergarten teacher stole children's underwear

Disturbing new details are emerging in the case of the Brockport Kindergarten teacher accused of possession child pornography. Thirty-year-old Roland Yockel II, of Hilton, was charged with receipt and distribution of child pornography. While executing a search warrant on Tuesday at Yockel's home, in

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Medical transport plane crashes, report of engine fire

Aroostook Medical Center officials said in a news release the plane crashed at the Northern Maine Regional Airport in Presque Isle at about 6:50 p.m. Wednesday. The hospital says early reports indicate the plane experienced an engine fire after takeoff and was trying to return to the airport when it

WHEC TV-10 - 2017-11-23 21:44:40

Carmine News: Ledbetter Lane of Lights opens Friday

Round Top-Carmine varsity girls basketball team hosts Thrall Nov. 28 at 5 p.m. JV and varsity boys play at Shiner St. Paul the same day also at 5 p.m. Girls will participate in the Brazos tournament, while the boys will be in the RT-C tournament Nov. 30-Dec. 2. Jr. High boys and girls play at Prairi

BRENHAM BANNER-PRESS

Trail of Lights Returns Next Week at Monument Hill

The first Christmas Trail of Lights of the season starts Saturday, December 2 at Monument Hill State Park in La Grange. The lighted trail begins with a brand new feature, a "snowflake tunnel," then winds through brightly sparkling displays in the Park to the historic Kreische House built in 1855. Th

FAYETTECOUNTYRECORD.COM

Fighter Pilot Dick Peck Takes Honor Flight to Washington D.C.

For over a year, local veteran John D. Marburger had been "bugging" Dick Peck, a highly decorated Vietnam War fighter pilot, to apply for one of the "Honor Flights" for veterans to Washington D.C. Peck finally said "yes" and returned from the experience on Veterans Day. "The trip was really fabulous

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FEMA Briefs Governor, Vice President on Hurricane Recovery Efforts

AUSTIN - Gov. Greg Abbott and Vice President Mike Pence on Nov. 15 received a briefing on Hurricane Harvey recovery efforts at the Federal Emergency Management Agency Joint Field Office in the capital city. Pence, in town for the Republican Governors Association conference, joined Abbott, FEMA Admin

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Fans flock to stores for game gear, more

Red and blue are the official colors of West Wharton County this week as the area's two high schools prepare for round two of football playoffs. For some stores, the excitement over the El Campo Ricebirds' Friday game against Kilgore and the Louise Hornets' match up with the Burton Panthers has mean

EL CAMPO LEADER-NEWS

Gingerbread Town: Burton to host Christmas Village

Charlene Free (front) carefully adds white paint to a gingerbread cutout while VelAnne Clifton looks to see where she can add touches to the design Tuesday morning in the Seed House at the Texas Cotton Gin Museum. They were getting the Gingerbread Village ready for the kids area at Christmas Village

BRENHAM BANNER-PRESS

Information technology firms faced with a shortage of workers are training their own

Emery P. Dalesio, Associated Press Published 5:51 pm, Thursday, November 23, 2017 RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. - Some information technology companies are growing so concerned about their inability to find enough digital talent that they're training their own. IBM, Amazon and Microsoft now have app

HOUSTON CHRONICLE - 2017-11-23 23:50:00

Blinn livestock judging team second at NAILE

The Blinn College livestock judging team recently placed second at the North American International Livestock Exposition livestock judging competition in Louisville, Kentucky. Blinn's sophomore division placed second out of 30 teams, and two Blinn contestants placed in the top 10. Kylie Patterson pl

BRENHAM BANNER-PRESS - 2017-11-24 18:00:00

Man Convicted in Fatal MartinsFerry Shooting May Be Released

One of the six co-defendants in the fatal 2015 shooting of Gregg Thompson in Martins Ferry is being considered for early release. Thompson, 21, was killed in November 2015 at the Jaycee Manor Apartments in Martins Ferry. Thompson was at his girlfriend's residence when six co-defendants drove to the

INTELLIGENCER - 2017-11-24 08:00:00

Petition aimed at stopping 2-way traffic idea in downtown Wheeling

A petition aimed at blocking a suggestion by Wheeling Mayor Glenn Elliott to make Main and Market streets two-way in downtown Wheeling is gaining signatures. A petition aimed at blocking a suggestion by Wheeling Mayor Glenn Elliott to make Main and Market streets two-way in downtown Wheeling is gain

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Wheeling police will have extra patrols during this heavily traveled week

Wheeling police have extra patrols out and they're sending out a warning: Don't drink and drive. Millions will hit the highway Wednesday and Thursday to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday, and extra police patrols are also on-hand to keeps people safe. Wheeling police have extra patrols out and they

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Goodwill store in Wheeling is closing

The Goodwill store in Wheeling is closing, but very little information is being released as to why. Goodwill Systems Manager Jackie Ice says the lease at 2200 Market Street was not renewed by the landlord. Ice says a sale is planned for Friday and Saturday at the store, and it will close its doors a

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