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  1. Oregon man arrested in 1978 death of Alaska teenager

    Associated Press via Yahoo FinanceSep 04 0:45 AM

    A 62-year-old Oregon man is under arrest in connection with the 1978 rape and death of teenage Anchorage girl, Alaska State Troopers announced Tuesday. Genetic DNA testing linked ...

  2. Hologram of University of Hawaii lecture simulcast in Samoa

    Associated Press via Yahoo FinanceAug 26 15:27 PM

    A University of Hawaii lecture has been simultaneously broadcast in a classroom in American Samoa using a hologram, a report said. University of Hawaii-Manoa faculty ...

  3. The Highest-Paid Public Employees in Every State

    GOBankingRates via Yahoo FinanceAug 27 9:00 AM

    You might not be aware of exactly how high their salaries can go — some of these public employees are millionaires many times over. To determine the highest-paid public employee ...

  4. Self-driving shuttles ditch humans—well, kind of

    Mashable via Yahoo FinanceAug 27 15:00 PM

    Oregon-based teleoperations company Designated Driver is working with Texas A&M University's self-driving shuttles in downtown Bryan, Texas, to remotely control the ride on a fixed ...

  5. Taking Aim At Big Ag

    Benzinga via Yahoo FinanceSep 05 15:51 PM

    (NASDAQ: AMZN) and other e-giants battle for dominance in the online grocery wars, a growing number of tech-enabled startups are taking a different tactic, aiming to disrupt the conventional ...

  6. 25 Most Controversial College Football Moments

    GOBankingRates via Yahoo FinanceAug 30 1:06 AM

    It’s officially NCAA football season, which means a few things are certain. Bets will be lost and won, unlikely heroes will emerge and controversy will swirl around a player, a team, a ref, ...

  7. US mass shooters exploited gaps, errors in background checks

    Associated Press via Yahoo FinanceSep 07 22:40 PM

    Most mass shooters in the U.S. acquired the weapons they used legally because there was nothing in their backgrounds to disqualify them, according to James Alan Fox, a criminologist with Northeastern ...

  8. The Archdiocese of Seattle Welcomes Archbishop Paul D. Etienne

    PR Newswire via Yahoo FinanceSep 03 11:02 AM

    SEATTLE, Sept. 3, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Pope Francis accepted the resignation of Archbishop J. Peter Sartain of Seattle, for reasons of health. Archbishop Paul D.

  9. Electric Scooters Scrutinized For Environmental Impact

    Benzinga via Yahoo FinanceAug 28 19:51 PM

    According to the National Association of City Transportation Officials, there were 38.5 million trips taken on e-scooters in 2018.

  10. Denmark on Monday (Sept. 2) became the first country to completely ban PFAS from food packaging. Surfaces coated in PFAS become nonstick and greaseproof, which are great qualities for food packaging ...

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