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Why There's a Real Chance My Texas Town Might Ban Fracking

Banning frackingI live on Denton Street, in Denton, Texas, in Denton County, so I know a thing or two about the city of Denton - and its ongoing struggle with the gas drilling technique of hydraulic fracturing (fracking) within city limits.

I live a little more than a mile from McKenna Park, where, in 2009, Range Resources sparked the city's anti-fracking movement when the company announced plans to erect five gas wells on Denton's Rayzor Ranch development, one of which would be across the street from the park, residential neighborhood and hospital.

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Gunman kills himself after opening fire on US high school

Gunman at high schoolA student opened fire at a school in Washington state on Friday. Police said the gunman was dead but provided no other details on casualties. Marysville-Pilchuck High School was on lockdown as officers evacuated the campus room by room.

A 17-year-old student told NBC News that her brother, a freshman, texted her that a student started shooting in the cafeteria about 10:30 a.m. PDT.

"I was in my classroom and someone pulled the fire alarm and we thought it was a fire drill and we ran out and they told us to go back in a classroom," said the student, Cindy Rodriguez. "We're scared."

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Kansas court agrees with abortion shooting verdict

Scott RoederThe Kansas Supreme Court on Friday upheld the murder conviction in the killing of Wichita doctor George Tiller.

But the court vacated the “Hard 50” life sentence of Scott P. Roeder and ordered the case back to Sedgwick County for re-sentencing.

Roeder, 56, was found guilty of first-degree murder in the May 2009 shooting death of Tiller in the east Wichita church where Tiller served as an usher. He was also found guilty of two counts of aggravated assault for threatening to shoot two other ushers.

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Facing lawsuit, California oil train terminal to shut down

oil train terminal closedA legal victory in California this week over crude oil operations could have a spillover effect, emboldening critics of crude-by-rail shipments to press their concerns in other jurisdictions.

EarthJustice, a San Francisco-based environmental group, won its battle to halt crude oil train operations in the state as InterState Oil Co., a Sacramento fuel distributor, agreed to stop unloading train shipments of crude oil next month at the former McClellan Air Force Base.

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Dallas nurse is Ebola free, will leave NIH today

Nina PhamA nurse from Dallas, Texas who contracted Ebola is now virus free and will be released Wednesday afternoon from the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center in Bethesda, Maryland.

Nina Pham, 26, was transferred to the biocontainment unit at NIH’s Special Clinical Studies Unit on October 16.

She was previously hospitalized at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas where she became infected with Ebola while caring for a Liberian patient, Thomas Eric Duncan, who had the virus.

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Loaded with Lead: Washington state shooting range poisoned dozens

shooting rangeIn a cramped hotel room on Christmas Eve, a pale and hollow-eyed man embraced his two children and whispered they'd be OK.  Despite his assurances, Manny Romo, a 34-year-old ironworker, wasn't so certain about the future. Will I die? he wondered. Who will take care of my family?

An invisible assailant had invaded the bodies of Romo and his two kids, attacking their bones, brains and nerves.  They were contaminated with lead. And it came from an unexpected place.

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Utah Supreme Court clears way for adoption by partners of same-sex spouses

Utah SC okays gay adoptionsThe Utah Supreme Court on Thursday lifted an order that had blocked spouses in same-sex marriages from adopting their partners' children, state officials said.

The state's highest court had imposed a stay on the adoptions in May, while Utah appealed a federal ruling last year that permitted same-sex marriages for 17 days before the Supreme Court halted them pending appeal.

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Dozens killed in attack on Egypt army post

Egyptian army post attackedAn attack on an army checkpoint in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula on Friday killed at least 25 people, according to state media, making it one of the deadliest attacks on security forces since violence spiked following the ouster of President Mohammed Morsi last year.

Two senior military officials said a suicide bomber rammed his vehicle into the checkpoint at Karm al-Qawadeis, located in the peninsula’s north. But a top military official contradicted those claims, saying the checkpoint was struck by a mortar round and rocket-propelled grenades, which hit a tank carrying explosives and ammunition, which caused a secondary explosion. A fourth official confirmed that account but said a suicide bomber also targeted the post.

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Ferguson police committed human rights abuses, rights group says

Ferguson policePolice in Ferguson, Missouri committed human rights abuses as they sought to quell mostly peaceful protests that erupted after a white officer killed an unarmed black teenager in August, an international human rights organization said in a report published Friday.

Amnesty International found that U.S. authorities should investigate Ferguson law enforcement for alleged abuses that occurred during weeks of racially charged protests. The demonstrations erupted after Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson shot and killed Michael Brown on Aug. 9.

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