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Woman arrested in Calloway County after assaulting multiple people - WPSD 7 hours ago

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    The British pound held the $1.39 level on Wednesday, a day ahead of a Bank of England decision as expectations grow the central bank will soon announce a reduction in bond purchases as the U.K. economy reflates.

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A look at law enforcement pursuit policy following Monday's deadly cra... - WPSD NEW!

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    The crash happened around 7:33 a.m. Tuesday on US 45 at the intersection with East Powell Road.

Section of Coleman Road closed in McCracken County due to semitrailer - WPSD NEW!

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US News
Australian Olympians showed 'unacceptable' behavior on flight home - CNN 1 hour ago

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Tokyo Olympics live updates: Allyson Felix into 400 final, Sydney McLa... - USA Today 1 hour ago

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    The more contagious Delta variant is spreading fast across the US, but children under 12 cannot get the best protection there is -- a vaccine.

Obama scales back big birthday bash amid Covid worries - CNN 1 hour ago

    Former President Barack Obama has dramatically scaled back his planned 60th birthday party on Martha's Vineyard this weekend due to concerns about the highly transmissible Delta variant of Covid-19, according to a spokeswoman.

Three people killed and eight seriously injured in Czech train crash - CNN 1 hour ago

    Three people died and eight were seriously injured on Wednesday when a Munich-to-Prague express train ran through a stop signal and collided with a local commuter train in the Czech Republic, Czech authorities said.


World News
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    The chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission doesn't have a lot of love for cryptocurrencies.

Alibaba seeks to reassure investors as Beijing's crackdown grows - CNN NEW!

    Alibaba is still an online shopping behemoth in China. But the tech titan has been slammed in recent months by Beijing's widening crackdown on private business, stoking concerns about its future.

Delta variant has spiked Covid-19 deaths in Africa by 80% in one month... - CNN 1 hour ago

    Coronavirus deaths in Africa rose rapidly over the past month, as fatalities surged by 80 percent within the last four weeks, the World Health Organization has said.

India to deploy naval task force into South China Sea and beyond - CNN 7 hours ago

    India is sending a task force of four warships into the South China Sea on a two-month deployment that will include exercises with Quad partners the United States, Japan and Australia, India's Defense Ministry announced Monday.



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