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  • Voting rights bill passes in the House

    WASHINGTON D.C. (NEXSTAR) – “Today is incredibly personal and special to me and my district,” Alabama Rep. Terri Sewell (D-AL-7) said Friday. Sewell is celebrating the House passing a bill she’s been pushing. “For six years since the Shelby decision- I have been filing this bill,” she added. The Voting Rights Advancement Act is designed to restore key provisions of the Voting Rights Act that Sewell said was gutted by a 2013 Supreme Court decision. Sewell’s bill hopes to restore […]

  • Chase for the Championship: UNC, Virginia suffer blowout losses

    Both Virginia and North Carolina suffered blowout losses in the ACC/Big 10 Challenge on Wednesday. On Sunday, they face off in Charlottesville where both look to bounce back. CBS 17’s Alyssa Rae and WRIC’s Natalie Kalibat talk Sunday’s game and what the Tar Heels and Cavaliers need to do to stay among the elite this season. Don’t miss Chase for the Championship at 7 p.m.  

  • Sheriff’s office in Ohio looking for sex offender with ‘pothead’ tattoo on his forehead

    MARIETTA, Ohio (WTRF/WCMH)- The Washington County Sheriff’s Office in Ohio is looking for a convicted sex offender with a pothead tattoo – on his head. The sheriff’s office is looking for Douglas Perry Christopher. The office is warning people not to attempt to apprehend Christopher. Anyone who sees him is asked to call law enforcement immediately. Christopher has a warrant for failure to provide a change of address. Christopher is a registered Tier III sex offender. He was originally convicted […]

  • Michigan boy’s kindergarten class shows up to support him at adoption hearing

    GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — So often, stories coming out of a courtroom are not happy. Not this one. A Michigan boy named Michael Clark Jr. had a crowd of supporters at his adoption hearing this week – his kindergarten classmates from Wealthy Elementary in East Grand Rapids. The children held up hearts on sticks to celebrate their classmate’s big day. Andrea Melvin and Dave Eaton became Michael’s foster parents about a year ago. On Thursday, they became his forever […]

  • Big Game Bound Week 14: Playoff push, 1-on-1 with Ricky Williams

    (NEXSTAR) — It’s Week 14 of “Big Game Bound,” and all eyes are on the playoffs. This week, several games could help shape the bracket. We’re calling on our Big Game Bound correspondents to break down the biggest games of Week 14: the Saints vs. the Chiefs, the Patriots vs. the Chiefs, and the Ravens vs. the Bills. Are the Ravens peaking too soon? And is it time to hit the panic button on the 10-2 Patriots? Are the Bills […]

  • Chase for the Championship: Big Ten-ACC Showdown

    On week five of Chase for the Championship, we’ve got a Big Ten-ACC Showdown. We will preview tonight’s game between UNC and Ohio State, both of which are in the top 10. We’ll also take a look back at Duke’s win on the road at Michigan State and the top ranked Louisville Cardinals’ win over #4 Michigan.

  • Florida man arrested after abandoning boy on roadside he thought might be gay

    POLK COUNTY, Fla. (WFLA) – A Florida man was arrested Sunday for reportedly dropping off a child on the side of the road because he thought he was gay. The Haines City Police Department arrested 30-year-old Evenaud Julmeus, of Haines City, Sunday evening after finding the boy, under 18 years old, outside the police station crying and holding a duffel bag with several clothes inside. When the officer asked the boy what was wrong, the child told the officer Julmeus kicked […]

  • How one recovering addict is using the Decade Challenge to inspire others

    NITRO, W.Va (WOWK) — For one West Virginia man and his family, a social media trend has become much bigger than likes and shares. People participating in the Decade Challenge post comparison photos – a current picture and one from ten years ago. Many use it to show awkwardness, growth, weight loss or other superficial changes. For Jason Wickline, who has been struggling with addiction for years, his comparison photos document a personal change that may have saved his life. He started […]

  • What’s next: House Judiciary to take over impeachment inquiry

    WASHINGTON, DC (NEXSTAR) – As the impeachment process continues, Democrats and Republicans are still making their appeals to the public. “I do want to hear more from my constituents,” Congressman Adam Schiff said. “Why don’t they trust the American public to make a decision,” Congressman Kevin McCarthy said. The Judiciary Committee will eventually decide if the evidence they’ve gathered meets the standard for ‘Articles of Impeachment’ and if the public will support them. “Impeachment arises from an abuse of authority […]

  • Marketing materials on the chopping block in Cogress bill

    WASHINGTON (NEXSTAR) — A bill before Congress would cut federal spending on marketing swag like coloring books, keychains and obscure mascots. A 2017 study shows the federal government spends more than a billion dollars annually on PR items, including a quarter of a million alone on little-known mascots. Sen. Joni Ernst, R-Iowa, says that’s too much. “It’s not really serving the interest of the taxpayers,” she said, “We do want to bag the swag.” Her bill, dubbed the Swag Act, […]

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