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Shooter’s Cousins Among Victims In Washington School Shooting

A student recently crowned freshman class homecoming prince walked into his Seattle-area high school cafeteria Friday and opened fire, killing one person and shooting four others — including two of his cousins — before turning the gun on himself, officials and witnesses said

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Dating Tips: Vintage Style

For today's Flash Back Friday, a few dating tips from those wise beyond their years. We came across this list of wisdom through the century for young adults in the dating realm. HelloGiggles.com comes up wi

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Election Commissioner Maria Tomasia showcases new vote tabulator machines.  New voting booths are in the background.  Photo by Jim Phillips / TSM
Election Commissioner Maria Tomasia showcases new vote tabulator machines. New voting booths are in the background. Photo by Jim Phillips / TSM

Election Office Displays New Voting Equipment

New Bedford has purchased new voting tabulation machines, scanners, and voting booths, replacing equipment that is now out of production or is very old.

More than 40 new tabulation machines have been purchased

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UPDATE: Shooter Identified In Washington State

Police are confirming that the gunman in today's school shooting north of Seattle died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. The gunman has been identified by witnesses as 14-year-old Jaylen Fryberg. Police also said that the other person who died in the shooting was female

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Texas Hospital Changes Protocols Because Of Ebola Case

Changes are coming to the Dallas hospital where three people were diagnosed with Ebola.

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas announced today it was upgrading medical record software to make sure nurses and doctors know the travel history of a patient

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Doctor In New York City Diagnosed With Ebola

New York City has its first diagnosed case of Ebola. The doctor who was hospitalized today with Ebola-like symptoms has tested positive for the virus.

The patient has been identified as Craig Spencer, a physician who works for Doctors Without Borders

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Casino worker Tyronne Connell speaks in New Bedford / Jim Phillips / TSM
Casino worker Tyronne Connell speaks in New Bedford / Jim Phillips / TSM

“Vote No On Question 3″ Campaign Brings Message To New Bedford

The casino industry is spending big money to defeat Question Three in Massachusetts next month.

The Vote No on Question Three campaign stopped in Downtown New Bedford on Thursday, offering a series of speakers from New York, Detroit, and Springfield to discuss the impact of casinos in their community

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Menino Suspends Cancer Treatments

Former Boston Mayor Thomas Menino is suspending his cancer treatment and a recently-launched tour in support of his memoir, ``Mayor For A New America.''

In a statement Thursday, Menino says he wants to spend more time with family and friends as he fights this ``terrible disease

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Sears To Close Dozens Of Stores

Sears stock is getting a boost on word of major cutbacks just in time for the holidays.

Shares in Sears Holdings rose nearly five percent today after a report that the struggling retailer plans to lay off nearly 55-hundred employees and close dozens of stores -- many of them before Christmas

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Local Motorists Paying For Road Conditions

A new report released by the transportation research group, TRIP, found that poor road conditions cost Bay State motorists more than $8 billion per year.

Here on the South Coast, the report found that motorists spend more than $1,600 per year due to damage caused to their vehicles, time lost waiting in traffic, and the economic costs of serious traffic accidents

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