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TRENDING FEBRUARY 21, 2014

Esurance, a direct-to-consumer insurance company..will create 450 new jobs in Greenville/    some that pay $50,000 per year plus bonuses./
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Olympic medal count - the U.S is in 2nd place with 8 gold medals.- 6 silver - 11 bronze/ but leads in the medal total with 25

The German Olympic Committee says an unidentified athlete is the first announced doping case of the Sochi Olympics. The Germans say the IOC told them an athlete had tested positive on an ``A'' sample. The backup ``B'' sample will be analyzed today. 

 New Jersey lawmakers are considering a ban on smoking at all public beaches and parks in the state. /Sunbathers who light up would face a 250-buck fine for a first offense

An angry judge says the two men who pleaded guilty in the savage beating of a die-hard San Francisco Giants fan at Dodger Stadium in 2011 are cowards and a nightmare for people who go to games. The men were sentenced today to eight and four years respectively. Bryan Stow was left brain damaged and permanently disabled, requiring 24-hour-a-day care.

...spiritual leader... the Dalai Lama  will visit  President Barack Obama ..at the White House ... China warns the meeting would ``inflict grave damages'' on the U.S. relationship with the Asian powerhouse. 

Federal authorities say a new prescription drug abuse tip line in Georgia will allow pharmacy industry professionals and members of the public to make anonymous reports. The Drug Enforcement Administration yesterday announced the launch of the statewide tip line. Tipsters can text ``PILLTIP'' and their tip to TIP411
 


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Topics : Sports
Locations : GeorgiaGreenvilleNew Jersey
People : Barack ObamaBryan Stow




 
02/21/2014 6:48AM
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