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Author: 0 California man confesses to 1993 killing in TV interview

Brian Hawkins, 45, of Shingletown contacted KRCR News Tuesday claiming he could no longer live with the guilt and wanted to confess to the May 1993 murder of Frank McCalister, then 19, according to a Redding Police Department press release issued Wednesday night.

Author: 0 Upcoming flu restrictions at St. Peter's Health

While flu season is three months in, the county recommends that all county residents older than 6 months get a flu shot if they haven't done so already. The adult flu vaccine is available on the first floor of the DCHHS building on Stemmons Freeway. Dr. Luis Garcia from Family First Health on South George Street said he's seen about 10 or 15 flu cases in York City since October.

Salute Raw water is the latest 2018 craze - and it's absolutely stupid
Author: 0 Raw water is the latest 2018 craze - and it's absolutely stupid

The elites and rich of the world seem to keep finding ways to increase the limits of defining luxury and one of such benchmark is drinking "raw water". untouched by hands but touched & blessed by the powers of the Mount Shasta's Mountains". While it might be too early to reach a definite verdict as to the safety and health benefits of raw water over treated or filtered water, institutions like the World Health Organization (WHO) cite a list of diseases that could be induced by drinking ...

Salute Rhule to stay at Baylor
Author: 0 Rhule to stay at Baylor

He was an assistant at Temple from 2006-2011, then became the program's head coach from 2013-2016. The Colts head coaching search continues but two candidates have removed themselves from consideration. The NFL job has been open since the team fired Chuck Pagano in December after six years with the organization. The Colts have always been expected to have their eyes on a coach from the college ranks to take over as their head man, but very few would have guessed they would interview this ...

Salute Flu season is spreading quickly
Author: 0 Flu season is spreading quickly

So far this flu season in IN, there have been nine influenza-associated deaths, and 13 long-term care facility outbreaks, the state health department reported. ¯ Try to avoid close contact with sick people. According to N.C. Department of Health and Human Services, a child in the central part of the state died last week from complications associated with flu.

Salute Kamya Punjabi Speaks About Shilpa Shinde
Author: 0 Kamya Punjabi Speaks About Shilpa Shinde

Although, no official confirmation has been made in this regard so far, but if the reports turned out to be true, it will be a fight between Hina Khan , Vikas Gupta and Shilpa Shinde in Bigg Boss 11 grand finale. But Shilpa claimed that Hina can cook, but she never wanted to work, which is why she has never shown that side of hers in the house. He also sided Hina Khan and claimed that she made sure her feet don't touch Vikas' mother's picture.

Author: 0 Wedbush Weighs in on Activision Blizzard, Inc's Q4 2016 Earnings (ATVI)

About 4.50M shares traded. The stock presently has a consensus rating of "Buy" and an average price target of $69.91. It has outperformed by 31.13% the S&P500. Analysts await Calpine Corporation (NYSE:CPN) to report earnings on February, 9. ATVI has price to earnings ratio of 45.87 and the price to current year EPS stands at 7.00%.

Salute After wildfires, California is facing heavy rains and mudslides
Author: 0 After wildfires, California is facing heavy rains and mudslides

Hundreds of first responders in Santa Barbara County waded through waist-high mud while others flew over the devastation searching for survivors. The sheriff's office released the identities of the dead on Thursday. Montecito and Carpinteria were the towns most devastated by the mudslides, according to Amber Anderson , a spokesperson with the Santa Barbara County Incident Management Team, per the Washington Post .

Salute Kentucky First to Set Medicaid Work Requirements
Author: 0 Kentucky First to Set Medicaid Work Requirements

Bevin noted in a news conference Friday that Kentucky's is the first waiver with a community engagement requirement approved. But Bevin dismissed such comments and said the plan will transform Medicaid. "They'll be able to fill out a document to say, 'I encounter these things, whatever the diagnosis may be'". The new rule, to be rolled out in July, would mandate able-bodied Kentuckians on Medicaid to work or volunteer 20 hours per week.

Salute Super Bowl Alert: Protests, Steelers Synergy and the Brands on the Sidelines
Author: 0 Super Bowl Alert: Protests, Steelers Synergy and the Brands on the Sidelines

Fred Gaudelli, the executive producer of the Super Bowl , told reporters Tuesday night that the network would indeed capture any kneeling at the game. That game, a wild comeback victory by the New England Patriots over the Atlanta Falcons, drew an estimated audience of 111.3 million viewers, down slightly from the year before.

Salute Sneezes and sniffles: Sask. flu season may have peaked
Author: 0 Sneezes and sniffles: Sask. flu season may have peaked

It can be hard to tell in real time where a flu season will fall on the severity scale, because sometimes reports of influenza hospitalization and deaths - especially deaths among children - lag. The flu can lead to complications like pneumonia, dehydration and worsening of chronic medical conditions. This year's flu shot is not a flawless match for the strain of H3N2 now circulating, so people may become sick when they are exposed the virus, even if they received a flu shot.

Salute 'Barely Made It Out' Says Couple Who Raced Car Out Of Mudslide
Author: 0 'Barely Made It Out' Says Couple Who Raced Car Out Of Mudslide

Desionne Franklin said on Tuesday morning he became anxious about the weather conditions. 'I heard a rumbling as I was lying in the bed and I woke up, ' he recalled to KTLA . "I got halfway down the hill, and I just feel this burst of water", Desionne explained. "One of the cars looked like a wadded up piece of foil paper", said Franklin.

Salute Please stop feeding your pets raw meat, scientists warn
Author: 0 Please stop feeding your pets raw meat, scientists warn

After thawing the meat, the scientists looked for the presence of salmonella , listeria , E coli and antibiotic-resistant E coli as well as two types of parasites: species of Sarcocystis and Toxoplasma gondii - a parasite that, among its risks can cause problems in babies .

Salute Red Cross facing blood shortage due to extreme weather
Author: 0 Red Cross facing blood shortage due to extreme weather

The American Red Cross has an urgent need for blood and platelet donors of all blood types. The Red Cross provides about 40 percent of the nation's blood supply, and now Red Cross blood products are being distributed to hospitals as fast as donations come in.

Salute Wild overcome slow start to sneak past rival Blackhawks
Author: 0 Wild overcome slow start to sneak past rival Blackhawks

After a surprising 4 powerplay goals in Ottawa on Tuesday night, the Chicago Blackhawks were back to their normal big goose egg on the powerplay on Wednesday night. Blackhawks defenseman Jan Rutta left early in the third, then returned late in the period, after taking an illegal hit to the head from Minnesota's Marcus Foligno.

Salute Funding CHIP for 10 years would actually save $6 billion: CBO
Author: 0 Funding CHIP for 10 years would actually save $6 billion: CBO

His committee has jurisdiction over the health program's budget. Rep. Hill said he's aware of the "critical importance" of CHIP for children across both the United States and Arkansas. In a January 5 letter to Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, the CBO outlined an updated financial analysis of a Senate bill that would reauthorize CHIP funding for five more years, S.

Salute Why are people eating Tide pods?
Author: 0 Why are people eating Tide pods?

It all started back in 2015 when The Onion published column which was written from a perspective of a child wondering what it would be like to eat the red and blue-colored detergent Tide pods, which looked like sweets. In 2017, College Humor posted a satirical video of a man eating the pods because they looked inviting and delicious, USA Today reported. These laundry packs contain highly concentrated detergent which can harm the human body when ingested.

Salute Iran Blocks Instagram and Telegram after Protests
Author: 0 Iran Blocks Instagram and Telegram after Protests

Durov promised to investigate the case, and within hours suspended the " amadnews " channel, saying that it violated the " no calls for violence rule ". Iranian internal minister Abdolreza Rahmani-Fazli claimed in a statement that some individuals on social networks were "causing violence and fear".

Salute Bills fans return home from Jacksonville
Author: 0 Bills fans return home from Jacksonville

The AFC South Champion Jaguars (11-6) will visit the AFC North Champion Pittsburgh Steelers (13-3) at Heinz Field in an AFC Divisional Playoff Sunday at 1 p.m. Now with their first lead of the game, the Jaguars' defense continued to apply the pressure on the Bills offense, forcing Buffalo to punt three consecutive times after the touchdown.

Salute Salman Khan
Author: 0 Salman Khan "overwhelmed" with 'Tiger Zinda Hai' success

The biggest action superstar of the country opens up on the incredible success of the film by saying, "For us, it is the audiences love and reactions that matter the most, and we feel overwhelmed with the love that Tiger Zinda Hai has garnered".

Salute Packers Add Offensive Changes; Bennett and Van Pelt Reported Out
Author: 0 Packers Add Offensive Changes; Bennett and Van Pelt Reported Out

Those were two significant points McCarthy made regarding the coaching staff in his season-ending news conference on Thursday, which covered a wide range of topics and lasted more than half an hour. I love it here, I want to be here, but it has to fit for me, too. According to Demovsky , it is possible Bennett will remain with the Packers in some other capacity, but he will not be offensive coordinator .

Salute Ibuprofen long-term use linked to infertility in men
Author: 0 Ibuprofen long-term use linked to infertility in men

Ibuprofen is widely used by young and old to treat a list of aches and pains. John Smith, chief executive of the Proprietary Association of Great Britain, the United Kingdom trade association representing manufacturers of branded over-the-counter medicines , said: "The researchers highlight that further studies would be required to determine the possible effect ibuprofen could have on human reproductive and physical disorders, specifically in men ".