Teenager kills two in Kentucky high school shooting

A teenage boy has killed two classmates and wounded more than 12 people after opening fire with a handgun at a Kentucky high school. The unnamed 15-year-old, who has been arrested, is alleged to have carried out the attack at Marshall County High School in Benton, western Kentucky. The two …

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Thousands of tons of UK plastic dumped across world

By Nick Martin and Victoria Seabrook Thousands of tons of plastic scrap collected for recycling from British households have been transported and dumped on sites across the world, a Sky News investigation has revealed. Experts have warned there is “no other solution” for dealing with waste which is now stockpiled …

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NFL rejects veterans group’s ad for Super Bowl program

MINNEAPOLIS — The NFL has denied advertising space in the Super Bowl program for a veterans group that declined to alter language about standing for the national anthem. NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy confirmed Tuesday that American Veterans, or AMVETS , submitted an advertisement last week to the third-party publisher of the game program with …

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Bill takes aim at nurse scarcity, would let Colorado community colleges offer 4-year degrees – The Denver Post

A looming nurse shortage statewide is prompting bipartisan support for a proposal to allow Colorado community colleges to offer bachelor’s degrees in nursing. Currently, there about 1,100 students pursuing their two-year associate’s degree in nursing at Colorado’s 13 community and technical colleges. House Bill 1086 would let them continue on to …

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Is Denver a playoff workforce?

Gina Mizell Gina Mizell covers the Denver Nuggets for The Denver Post. She joined The Post in September 2017, after 3 1/2 years covering Oregon State football for The Oregonian in Portland. She was named the 2016 Oregon Sportswriter of the Year by the National Sports Media Association. She was …

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