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Student may have passed out cookies made of grandparent's ashes, police say

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Police are investigating reports that two students baked cookies containing one of their grandfather's cremated remains and gave them to fellow students at school.
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Riding a stolen excavator, Schuylkill man is caught in crash, troopers say

Riding a stolen excavator, Schuylkill man is caught in crash, troopers say

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A Schuylkill County man has been charged with stealing a mini-excavator vehicle and then crashing it into a state police car that a trooper drove in its way. Barron Belsak, 45, of New Ringgold stole the Bobcat excavator the morning of Oct. 1 on Ridge Road, East Brunswick Township, from the Raker...
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Police say container of expensive bikes stolen in B.C. have shown up in Ontario

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DELTA, B.C. - Police in Delta, B.C., are investigating the theft of a large shipping container of high-end bikes worth up to $800,000, and say some of them have surfaced in Ontario.
Police say in a release that boxes of the unassembled 2019 models of Rocky Mountain bikes arrived in Delta on Sept. 24 but the container was removed that evening by a semi-truck that is believed to have been stolen from nearby Richmond.
The Delta Police Department says the 160 bikes retail for between $3,000 to $6,000 each and include the Slayer Carbon 50, Altitude Powerplay, Pipeline and Altitude models.
They...
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IRS recalling nearly 60 percent of its workforce to handle tax refunds...

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AG nominee William Barr says Mueller probe must be allowed to finish

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Parole hearing for man convicted in 1981 teen murder

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