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2 earthquakes recorded
Two small earthquakes were recorded Sunday in northwestern Oklahoma.Continued ...
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- 2 earthquakes recorded
DBAT Gallegos headed to Connie Mack World Series
DBAT Gallegos, who has been battling adversity all season (lost five players through injuries) took advantage of their opportunities in beating Metroplex rival Dallas Mustangs, 3-0 Sunday in the finals of the Connie South Plains Regional.Continued ...
The victory put the DBAT (34-7) into the Connie Mack World Series, which begins Friday at Farmington, N.M.
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The highly contagious virus is one of the most deadly diseases in the world. There is no known cure.Continued ...
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How spy agencies keep their 'toys' from law enforcement
A little over a decade ago, federal prosecutors used keystroke logging software to steal the encryption password of an alleged New Jersey mobster, Nicodemo Scarfo Jr., so they could get evidence from his computer to be used at his trial.
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