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Green Ooze Will Not Be Removed From Freeway, Per Officials

The U.S. EPA and Michigan environmental leaders say the soil contaminated by green ooze that leaked onto the I-696 freeway will not have to be removed.
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Man Driving Lawn Mower on Highway Arrested With DUI Charge

An allegedly intoxicated man was arrested with a DUI charge after police pulled him over for driving a lawn mower on the highway in central Florida.
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Alabama H.S. Cheerleaders Face Backlash Over Photo of Confederate Flag t-shirt

A former Alabama high school cheerleader and her mother face backlash over a controversial photo involving a Confederate flag t-shirt posted to Instagram.
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Magnificent Mile Mayhem: Chaos Erupts in Downtown Chicago With Looting, Gunfire

Chaos erupted in downtown Chicago early Monday morning, with reports of looting and property damage, as well as shots fired at and by police.
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9 Test Positive for Coronavirus at School That Suspended Student for Crowded Hallway Pic

Nine people have tested positive for COVID-19 at North Paulding High School, a Georgia school where a student was suspended after posting a photo of a crowded hallway on the second day of classes.
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School Retracts Suspension of Student Who Posted Crowded Hallway Pic

A school in Georgia withdrew its decision to suspend a student who shared a photo of its hallways crowded with pupils back to school amid the pandemic.
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Voting Rights Act: 5 Things You Need to Know on the 55th Anniversary

The Voting Rights Act of 1965 was a landmark piece of federal legislation that prohibits racial discrimination in voting in the United States. Here are five things you need to know about the law, from its inception to its modern-day relevance.
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Library Book Returned 43 Years to the Day It Was Due

An overdue book was returned this week to the Monroeville Public Library 43 years to the day it was borrowed, according to a post the library made on its official Facebook page.
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Second Grader Tests Positive for COVID-19 After First Day Back

A second grader in Cherokee County, Georgia has tested positive for COVID-19, just after one day of in-person classes.
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Woman Thrown to Ground, Breaks Leg After Asking Fellow Customer to Wear Mask in Staples

A 54-year-old New Jersey woman’s leg was broken after she was thrown to the floor at a Hackensack Staples by another customer after asking her to properly wear her mask – and a surveillance camera caught the entire incident.
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