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It was the first climbing fatality on the 20,320-foot peak since May 2005 when two Ohio men died, Fister said. Massey served in a 155-firefighter department that covers 58 square miles.

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Sgt. Sean Collinson, a spokesman for the Clackamas County Sheriff's office, said the two women appeared to have suffered some bumps and bruises and their male companion is in good condition.

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MYRTLE BEACH, S.C.-- Authorities say two teenage girls fell to their deaths from the 18th-floor balcony of a beachfront hotel in South Carolina.

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Dustin Stewart, 29, reportedly fled the scene after Sarah McKinley shot and killed his accomplice Justin Martin while the two tried to break into her home on New Year's Eve. Stewart reportedly ...

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Banff, Alberta — Outdoor apparel company The North Face said Thursday three members of its Global Athlete Team are presumed dead after an avalanche in Alberta's Banff National Park. The company ...

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The Herald-Mail of Hagerstown, Maryland, reports an 86-year-old Hagerstown woman died last week after becoming infected with E. coli. Her family said she had eaten fresh spinach before getting sick.

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Two years after the ValuJet and TWA 800 crashes raised questions about safety, U.S. airlines closed out 1998 with a little noticed milestone: None of their 615 million passengers died in an accident.

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On Nov. 6, 2014, two years after Toni's fatal fall, Harold Henthorn was arrested and charged by federal authorities with her first-degree murder. He pleaded not guilty. Watch: "48 Hours": The ...

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Pritzker Prize-winning architect I.M. Pei (April 26, 1917-May 16, 2019) added elegance to landscapes across the globe with powerful geometric shapes and grand spaces, from a trapezoidal addition ...

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Cornell University, an Ivy League school known for its spectacular gorges and haunted by a reputation for suicides, took the extraordinary step of posting lookouts on bridges and going door-to ...

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A college student who had just been dropped from a graduate program bought a box of bullets less than an hour before walking into his advisor's office at the University of Arkansas, shooting him ...

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Last April, her mother, Sue Tayon, got a call from a ranger at Cuivre River State Park. Nikki's purse and cell phone had been found, and rangers were looking for her.

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A biology professor at the University of Alabama's Huntsville campus was charged with murder late Friday in the shooting deaths of three fellow biology professors at the campus.

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Cancer Q&A. New diagnoses for all types of cancer combined in the United States decreased an average of nearly 1 percent per year from 1999 to 2006 while cancer deaths fell 1.6 percent per year ...

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At Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn, new, more aggressive treatments and drugs are helping to help prevent heart attack victims from dying, reports CBS News Correspondent John Roberts.

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About 13,500 people were registered to participate in Sunday's marathon and half-marathon. Nicholas Stanko, of Haslett, Michigan, took first place in the marathon with a time of 2:20:24.

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Research shows red light cameras, which catch drivers in the act and mail them a ticket, cut fatal crashes by 14% and red light running by 21%. But outraged drivers call it policing for profit.

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The number of people killed by faulty General Motors cars now stands at 19, significantly higher than the 13 deaths previously disclosed by the automaker.

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Ray Emory (c. 1921-May 13, 2018) lived through the early morning Japanese aerial bombing at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, firing rounds at attacking airplanes, but he never forgot those who ...

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Many of his peers regarded him as the greatest trumpeter of his generation. Two-time Grammy-winner Roy Hargrove (October 16, 1969-November 2, 2018) provided his jazz sound across a vast range of ...

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The winner of a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award last year, virtuoso drummer Hal Blaine (February 5, 1929-March 11, 2019) was a member of the famed Los Angeles-based group of session musicians ...

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At Marvel Comics Stan Lee originally asked his artist on "Fantastic Four," Jack Kirby, to take a stab at creating Spider-Man, but Lee was unsatisfied and gave the gig to Steve Ditko (November 2 ...

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Beginning when she was 17, German actress Karin Dor (February 22, 1938-November 6, 2017) played in dozens of films, TV and stage productions in her homeland. She was best known to international ...

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In North Carolina, 269,520 Progress Energy customers and 17,576 Duke Energy customers were without power. In Virginia, Dominion Electric said 504,744 customers had lost power.

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Medtronic said the lead problems will reduce second-quarter revenue by $150 million to $250 million. Additionally, inventory write-offs will likely total about $15 million to $20 million in the ...

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Jim Nabors (June 12, 1930-November 30, 2017) was an authentic, shy Southern boy from small-town Alabama who suffered from asthma. As he grew he honed his operatic baritone well enough to impress ...

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While the infection can be deadly if it reaches the bloodstream, WDJT reports the American Red Cross and the Blood Center of Wisconsin believe there's little risk to the blood supply.

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Feds investigating additional deaths at VA hospital. ... Flipboard Email ... 82-year-old Vietnam veteran Felix McDermott was admitted to the Louis A. Johnson VA Medical Center in Clarksburg, West ...

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The city is 155 miles southeast of Lucknow, state capital of Uttar Pradesh. Medical experts say the government continues to be taken by surprise and unprepared for what is now an annual cycle of ...

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Introduced to magic by his grandfather, Ricky Jay (June 26, 1946-November 24, 2018), a true master of the craft, became both a student and guru of prestidigitation and memory tricks. Performing ...

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As of early Monday nearly 18,000 Seattle City Light customers were in the dark, as well as 8,700 in the Snohomish County Public Utility District, 8,000 served by Peninsula Light Co. of Gig Harbor ...

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A more reflective Tanya Tucker Since the ripe old age of 13, Tanya Tucker has had nearly two dozen Top-40 albums. And after more than 50 years on stage, with a new album, "While I'm Livin'," that ...

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Fairfax County Police Maj. Ed O'Carroll said the 35-year-old Hargan tried to obtain money from her mother's bank account fraudulently on both the day of the slayings and the day prior. Trending News

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A rebel streak carried through many of the characters portrayed by actor Jan-Michael Vincent (July 15, 1945-February 10, 2019), and that same rebellious nature would characterize his career, which ...

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An increase in terrorist attacks in Pakistan and Afghanistan triggered a spike in the number of civilians killed or wounded there last year, pushing South Asia past the Middle East as the top ...

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Malcolm John Rebennack, the New Orleans singer and piano player known by his stage name Dr. John (November 20, 1941-June 6, 2019), first entered the music scene when he accompanied his father, who ...

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A song-and-dance man who, while in the Army's Special Services entertainment branch served under Sgt. Leonard Nimoy, Ken Berry (November 3, 1933-December 1, 2018) had hoped for a career in movie ...

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