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  • Pullman PD increasing patrols during Apple Cup

    Pullman PD increasing patrols during Apple Cup

    Tuesday, November 20 2018 3:44 PM EST2018-11-20 20:44:46 GMT
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    PULLMAN, Wash. - The Pullman Police Department will be increasing patrols during the Apple Cup. Pullman Police Chief Gary Jenkins says his officers will be making sure everyone who is in Pullman for Apple Cup is safe for the big game. Chief Jenkins also added that police will be on the look out for suspicious behavior.

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    PULLMAN, Wash. - The Pullman Police Department will be increasing patrols during the Apple Cup. Pullman Police Chief Gary Jenkins says his officers will be making sure everyone who is in Pullman for Apple Cup is safe for the big game. Chief Jenkins also added that police will be on the look out for suspicious behavior.

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  • Citing E. coli outbreak, US officials say don't eat romaine

    Citing E. coli outbreak, US officials say don't eat romaine

    Tuesday, November 20 2018 3:34 PM EST2018-11-20 20:34:25 GMT

    NEW YORK - U.S. health officials are telling people to avoid eating romaine lettuce because of an E. coli outbreak that has sickened 32 people in 11 states. The Food and Drug Administration says it's working with officials in Canada, where people are also being warned to stay away from romaine lettuce.

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    NEW YORK - U.S. health officials are telling people to avoid eating romaine lettuce because of an E. coli outbreak that has sickened 32 people in 11 states. The Food and Drug Administration says it's working with officials in Canada, where people are also being warned to stay away from romaine lettuce.

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  • Trump grants poultry pardons to turkeys Peas and Carrots

    Tuesday, November 20 2018 2:02 PM EST2018-11-20 19:02:52 GMT

    WASHINGTON - In an annual Thanksgiving tradition, President Donald Trump has used the power of his office to keep a pair of turkeys off the holiday table. Trump's poultry pardon means the two turkeys - a 39-pound bird named Peas and a 41-pounder named Carrots - will get to live the rest of their lives at a Virginia farm. Both were raised on a farm near Huron, South Dakota. 

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    WASHINGTON - In an annual Thanksgiving tradition, President Donald Trump has used the power of his office to keep a pair of turkeys off the holiday table. Trump's poultry pardon means the two turkeys - a 39-pound bird named Peas and a 41-pounder named Carrots - will get to live the rest of their lives at a Virginia farm. Both were raised on a farm near Huron, South Dakota. 

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