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Missing Wisconsin 6-Day Old Boy Found Alive in Tote Bag In Iowa

A six-day old boy kidnapped from his home early Thursday morning in Wisconsin was located at an Iowa gas station, swaddled in blankets around 10:15 a.m. Friday morning. Authorities with the Beloit Police Department worked feverishly with federal, state and county officials – around 100 officers – to find Kayden Powell. According to Steven Kopp, […]

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Authorities Search For Missing 5-Day Old Wisconsin Baby Boy

Police are still searching for a missing 5-day-old infant who went missing from his bassinette in Beloit, Wisconsin. The last time anyone saw Kayden Powell before his 18-year-old mother woke up at 4:30 a.m. to discover him missing was 1:30 a.m. 40 officers including federal investigators have joined on the search and are working the […]

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ConAgra Issues Recall Of “Healthy Choice Chicken with Rice” Microwavable Bowls

A nationwide recall of the Healthy Choice Chicken with Rice soup from ConAgra has been issued by the Food and Safety Inspection Service of the U.S Department of Agriculture. According to officials, the recall of nearly 55,000 pounds of chicken noodle soup products is due to undeclared allergens and mislabelling. The product consists of eggs […]

February 5th, 2014 | Posted in New | Read More »

Sochi Stray Dogs Set To Be Killed Before Olympics Kick Off

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A Sochi pest control company has been contracted to kill stray dogs in the city while the Olympics is going on. According to Basya Servces Director General Alexei Sorokin, the firm has been killing them for years but will ramp up their efforts during this time. Authorities have not stipulated how the dogs are going […]

February 4th, 2014 | Posted in Featured,New,Sports | Read More »

Thailand Farmers to Intensify Pressure on Government

Farmers in the south of Thailand are planning to enter Bangkok in an effort to intensify the pressure for the current government to pay them their subsidies due. The subsidies stem from the government’s rice pledging program where they agreed to buy rice from the farmers and pay them for their product. Rice farmers have […]

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