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on October 31, 2014

Maine Judge To Kaci Hickox ➡ GO TO YOUR ROOM And STAY THERE!

The state of Maine issued a court order restricting the movements of Ebola nurse Kaci Hickox after she returned from caring for Ebola patients in West Africa.

Police are now stationed outside Hickox’s home as of Friday.

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Health officials from the state obtained a 24-hour court order “limiting Hickox’s travel, banning her from public places and requiring a 3-foot buffer until there’s a further decision Friday,” The Associated Press. Continue reading

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on October 31, 2014

➡ GIANT Drill Bit Almost SKEWERS 800 Riding NYC Subway

Almost a thousand New Yorkers dodged a huge bullet in the form of a giant drill bit that came inches from skewering a subway train they were riding.

The massive drill nearly doubled as the world’s biggest canopener, carving its way through a packed F train on Thursday afternoon.

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A Metropolitan Transportation Authority supervisor called it “a near miss.”

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by THECOUNT.COM "News You Can Count On!"
on October 30, 2014

Obama about to do what no president has done in 50 years

President Barack Obama is about to do what no president has done in the past 50 years, have two losing midterm elections in a row.

Obama is on track to the worst midterm numbers of any two-term president going back to Democrat Harry S. Truman, reports rollcall.

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Truman lost a total of 83 House seats during his two midterms (55 seats in 1946 and 28 seats in 1950), while Republican Dwight Eisenhower lost a combined 66 House seats in the 1954 and 1958 midterms.

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by THECOUNT.COM "News You Can Count On!"
on October 30, 2014
by THECOUNT.COM "News You Can Count On!"
on October 30, 2014

Individual With Ebola Symptoms Monitored In Tulsa

Tulsa, Oklahoma, Health officials are monitoring an individual showing symptoms of the Ebola virus. The individual recently returned from a country in Africa infected by the virus.

The Tulsa Health Department said the individual informed health officials in Tulsa that they had developed a fever late Thursday evening.

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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) post-arrival monitoring guidelines, the traveler is classified as “low risk”. Health officials say the person had traveled to Guinea, Liberia or Sierra Leone within the past 21 days, but did not have any known exposure to Ebola. OSU Medical Center in Tulsa is treating this individual. Officials have not said exactly when the traveler returned from West Africa, but they do say they have been monitoring this individual daily over the 21-day surveillance period. h/t news9

 
Health officials stress the fact that the person did not provide care for or have any contact with anyone infected with the Ebola virus, and has a very low risk of infection, based on CDC standards.

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on October 30, 2014

Bald Spot On Lawn Leads FL. Father To PEEPING TOM

An Orange County, FL., father noticed something out of the usual while mowing his lawn directly under his 8 and 11-year-old daughter’s bedroom window. A bald spot..

The grass was worn down in the area directly below the youngster’s window.

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That night at around 10pm, the father who was staking out the area, caught a man outside his daughter’s window peeking in using a cinder-block to get a better view.

The father yelled at the man and he ran away, hopping over a neighbor’s fence and into the night.

Deputies found a lead, a white napkin in the area with fresh DNA on it. They were also able to lift a suspect’s fingerprints off the window. They are still seeking the suspect.

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The father is convinced that this was not the first time this suspect visited their home based on the condition of the lawn. The girls regularly practice gymnastics in a backyard area adjacent to the window which is why the father has taken additional measures to step up security after the incident.

View Local news video report here.

by THECOUNT.COM "News You Can Count On!"
on October 30, 2014
by THECOUNT.COM "News You Can Count On!"
on October 30, 2014

Mother Arrested Over Twisted Toddler Photo On Facebook

A Spotsylvania mother is under arrest on felony child endangerment charges after a picture of her 14-month-old son was posted to Facebook by the father.

The photo shows the toddler hanging from a cup hook suspended by his twisted t-shirt in a door jam. The boy is crying and obviously upset.

Alexis Breeden toddler

Investigators said they learned about the twisted photo from people on social media who saw the photo of the dangling boy and contacted cops.

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on October 30, 2014

Don’t Expect To See Thursday Night Football On Basic Cable Tonight

Thursday Night Football moves from CBS to the NFL Network, starting tonight..

If you have basic cable, don’t expect to see tonight NFL game.. The first eight Thursdays of the season, fans were able to view Thursday Night Football on CSB, for free, but starting tonight everything changes..

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Tonight’s Carolina Panthers versus the New Orleans Saints can be seen on only one PAY network — NFL Network — however, there is a link below to a free live stream.

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on October 30, 2014

Va Woman Fakes Ebola To Get Out Of Jail

Chesapeake resident, Lisa Miller was arrested Monday for possession of cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia. After her arrest Miller told cops that she was trying to get to the hospital to get checked for the Ebola virus.

Police stopped 48-year-old Miller at 11:55 p.m. for a traffic infraction at Berkley Ave. & Wilson Road, in Chesapeake.

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“She was subsequently arrested for possession of cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia and made comments to the officer that warranted a stop to the hospital,” said Officer Kelly O’Sullivan. Continue reading