Winter storm blankets northeast US with snow, wind Winter storm blankets northeast US with snow, wind

A dangerous winter storm blanketed the East Coast with significant snowfall, strong thunderstorms and blustery winds Monday. Meteorologists said a foot or more of snow fell in parts of New York state, Ohio and Pennsylvania through Monday morning. (Jan. 17)      

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Drivers slip and slide on icy North Carolina road Drivers slip and slide on icy North Carolina road

A winter storm that swept the southeastern U.S. left behind icy roads in North Carolina. (Jan. 17)      

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‘A solo voice can do so much.’ Illinois leaders and activists honor MLK and Muhammad Ali on boxer’s first state holiday ‘A solo voice can do so much.’ Illinois leaders and activists honor MLK and Muhammad Ali on boxer’s first state holiday

Attorney says helping to write the legislation in Ali’s honor reminded her of the power of individuals, when speaking the truth isn’t always popular.

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Aurora Mayor Richard Irvin announces Republican bid for governor with tough-on-crime message. Rivals quickly question his loyalty to GOP. Aurora Mayor Richard Irvin announces Republican bid for governor with tough-on-crime message. Rivals quickly question his loyalty to GOP.

Aurora Mayor Richard Irvin announces bid for Republican nomination for governor, joining a slate that backers hope will win support from Ken Griffin.

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Shock waves, spike in air pressure detected at O’Hare International Airport after volcanic eruption in Tonga Shock waves, spike in air pressure detected at O’Hare International Airport after volcanic eruption in Tonga

The spikes in pressure were initially discovered by a NWS employee who “put two and two together” after the volcano erupted, Brian Leatherwood, a meteorologist at the NWS, said.

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Column: What Martin Luther King taught me about 'good hair' and Black pride Column: What Martin Luther King taught me about 'good hair' and Black pride

I was 9 years old when my mom took me to hear Dr. King speak. It changed the way I saw myself and the world.

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Volunteers paint hallways, add murals at North Lawndale school for MLK day of service Volunteers paint hallways, add murals at North Lawndale school for MLK day of service

In the spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the goal was to leave the school a better place than when they found it, said City Year Chicago's chief.

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Today in History for January 18th Today in History for January 18th

Highlights of Today in History: Soviet Union breaks WWII Leningrad siege; Robert F. Scott reaches South Pole; Boston Strangler suspect Albert de Salvo convicted. (Jan. 18)      

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L.A. County logs nearly tenfold increase in coronavirus cases in a month L.A. County logs nearly tenfold increase in coronavirus cases in a month

L.A. County logged 31,576 new coronavirus cases on Monday, as well as 27 related deaths.

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California freezes 345,000 'suspicious' disability insurance claims California freezes 345,000 'suspicious' disability insurance claims

The state Employment Development Department froze 27,000 medical provider accounts and 345,000 disability insurance claims that the agency suspected of fraud.

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