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  • Was pirate Black Sam Bellamy found? DNA test could tell

    Was pirate Black Sam Bellamy found? DNA test could tell

    Monday, February 19 2018 10:32 PM EST2018-02-20 03:32:45 GMT

    YARMOUTH, Mass. (AP) - Researchers are working to use DNA to identify whether a human bone recovered from a Cape Cod shipwreck belongs to the infamous pirate Samuel "Black Sam" Bellamy.    The Whydah Pirate Museum in Yarmouth, Massachusetts, publicly displayed the bone Monday. It was found near what's believed to be Bellamy's pistol. 

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    YARMOUTH, Mass. (AP) - Researchers are working to use DNA to identify whether a human bone recovered from a Cape Cod shipwreck belongs to the infamous pirate Samuel "Black Sam" Bellamy.    The Whydah Pirate Museum in Yarmouth, Massachusetts, publicly displayed the bone Monday. It was found near what's believed to be Bellamy's pistol. 

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  • Idaho teens found in North Dakota highlight online dangers

    Idaho teens found in North Dakota highlight online dangers

    Monday, February 19 2018 9:26 PM EST2018-02-20 02:26:55 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - Two teenage girls went missing from Bonners Ferry, Idaho, over the weekend and were eventually found in Williston, North Dakota, which is 700 miles away. Police say the two girls may have been lured from their home. The investigation continues, but it highlights some of the dangers of kids online.

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - Two teenage girls went missing from Bonners Ferry, Idaho, over the weekend and were eventually found in Williston, North Dakota, which is 700 miles away. Police say the two girls may have been lured from their home. The investigation continues, but it highlights some of the dangers of kids online.

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  • Firefighter's lung cancer death sparks change in fire service

    Firefighter's lung cancer death sparks change in fire service

    Monday, February 19 2018 8:21 PM EST2018-02-20 01:21:45 GMT

    BONNERS FERRY, Idaho - A California firefighter living in Bonners Ferry, Idaho, passed away over the weekend after battling lung cancer. Now George Gemind is being remembered for his decades of service. But his death is also pushing lawmakers to take cancer in firefighters seriously. Studies show that cancer, not just smoke and flames, is now the leading cause of death for firefighters.

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    BONNERS FERRY, Idaho - A California firefighter living in Bonners Ferry, Idaho, passed away over the weekend after battling lung cancer. Now George Gemind is being remembered for his decades of service. But his death is also pushing lawmakers to take cancer in firefighters seriously. Studies show that cancer, not just smoke and flames, is now the leading cause of death for firefighters.

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