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Effective: January 14, 2020 at 8:03amExpires: January 21, 2020 at 3:03pmTarget Area: Davison; Hanson

New documentary takes a closer look at Meghan Markle’s life as the Duchess of Sussex

Chris Jackson/Getty Images(LONDON) — Meghan Markle stepped into the spotlight as Prince Harry’s beautiful bride, and since their royal nuptials, the Duchess of Sussex has quickly adjusted into her new life, new role and new royal family. ABC News takes an up-close look at Meghan Markle’s royal beginnings as the Duchess of Sussex in a …

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Coldest Thanksgiving in decades on the way for Northeast, Midwest

ABC News(NEW YORK) — A major cold blast is moving into the Northeast just in time for Thanksgiving morning. Several daily record lows and record-low highs are expected to be broken with temperatures 20 to 35 degrees below normal. Wind chills on Thursday morning across the Northeast will be brutal -– in the teens from …

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Heavy rain could trigger mudslides, flash floods in California as rescuers search for wildfire victims

Mason Trinca for The Washington Post via Getty Images(PARADISE, Calif.) — Heavy rain is forecast in parts of California on Wednesday, potentially triggering flash floods, debris flows or mudslides in areas where wildfires recently killed more than 80 people and destroyed nearly 17,000 structures. At least 870 people still were unaccounted in the wake of …

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Duchess Meghan reunites with women at Hubb Community Kitchen and helps them cook in revamped kitchen

Jenny Zarins via Getty Images(LONDON) — Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, visited the Hubb Community Kitchen in West London today and helped prepare meals with a group of female survivors of the deadly Grenfell Tower fire, two months after partnering on a charity cookbook. The Duchess of Sussex is supporting a new charity cookbook, …

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Food banks see impact of Trump’s immigration policies

Spencer Platt/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — Families of immigrants have been reluctant to go to food banks and sign up for food stamps this year, anti-hunger advocates said, because many are afraid the federal government will use those requests for assistance against them in immigration proceedings. The result is that many families, including children and pregnant women, …

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‘This is my highway’: Doctors challenge NRA after Chicago hospital shooting

Scott Olson/Getty Images(CHICAGO) — The medical community reignited a social media campaign against the National Rifle Association earlier this week after a gunman opened fire at Mercy Hospital and Medical Center on Chicago’s South Side, killing an ER doctor, a pharmacist and a police officer. Images of bloodied scrubs, shoes and hospital rooms flooded social …

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Tennessee driver killed by concrete chunk tossed from highway overpass, police say

iStock/Thinkstock(NASHVILLE, Tenn.) — Police are searching for a suspect in the death of a Tennessee driver killed on Tuesday when a large chunk of concrete came crashing through his windshield. Joe Shelton Jr., 54, was driving to work early Tuesday morning when the large piece of concrete smashed through his Nissan sports car, hitting the …

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Judge declares mistrial in case of murdered New York City jogger Karina Vetrano

karinavetrano/Instagram(NEW YORK) — A judge has declared a mistrial in the murder trial for the man accused of killing New York City jogger Karina Vetrano. Two days of deliberations resulted in a hung jury, ABC New York station WABC reported. Seven members of the jury declared the 22-year-old suspect, Chanel Lewis, guilty, while five jurors …

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Pentagon says troop deployment to border will cost $72 million through Dec. 15

John Moore/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) —  The Pentagon estimates that the current costs of the U.S. military’s border support mission will cost $72 million. It is the first cost estimate provided since the start of the mission to support Customs and Border Protection (CBP) ahead of the arrival of several migrant caravans making their way north through …

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US Navy hospital ship treats 14,500 patients halfway through mission to help Venezuelan refugees

Kris R. Lindstrom/Navy(NEW YORK) —  Medical staff from a U.S. Navy hospital ship have already seen about 14,500 patients during the first half of the ship’s mission to Central and South America to assist Venezuelan refugees who have fled their country in the wake of a devastating economic crisis that has caused shortages of food …

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Avenatti, girlfriend were fighting about money before alleged domestic violence occurred: Court docs

Michael S. Schwartz/Getty Images(CHICAGO) — Michael Avenatti, the lawyer for adult film star Stormy Daniels, was allegedly berating his girlfriend about money before an alleged physical altercation in the couple’s Southern California home occurred last week, according to court documents file by the ex-girlfriend. Mareli Miniutti, a 24-year-old actress in Los Angeles who says she …

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‘A senseless loss of life’: 3 victims of Chicago hospital shooting mourned

iStock/Thinkstock(CHICAGO) — Tamara O’Neal was a church-going emergency room doctor who was greatly concerned about gun violence. Dayna Less had survived a neurological disease as a teenager and was planning to get married next year. And Officer Samuel Jimenez had been a Chicago police officer for less than two years and was the loving father …

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Ethanol groups unhappy with Chevron waiver announcement

Ethanol groups are criticizing the latest small refinery exemption granted by the EPA. RFA President Geoff Cooper calls Tuesday’s announcement of a retroactive 2017 hardship waiver for Chevron a “blatant abuse” of the small refiner waivers.  Cooper says when Chevron’s net profits surpass the value of the Iowa corn crop it’s a “new level of …

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NPPC: U.S. Mexico Canada Agreement will benefit pork producers

The director of international trade for the National Pork Producers Council says the U.S. Mexico Canada Agreement, if ratified, will provide much-needed certainty to pork producers. Maria Zieba testified on behalf of NPPC at an International Trade Commission hearing on Friday. “The Mexican and Canadian markets have been vital to the success of the U.S. …

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Minnesota farmer says crops okay “all things considered”

A southeast Minnesota farmer says his crops did pretty well this year all things considered. Tony Secora grows corn and soybeans in Steele County.  He tells Brownfield 2018 was wet. “Just finished harvest about 10 days ago, and it was kind of up and down.  The beans were pretty good, corn was hit and miss.  …

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Farmer wraps up harvest, pleased with results

A north central Indiana farmer says he was able to wrap up harvest before wind and wet conditions caused too much damage to crops. Mike Beard grows corn and soybeans in Clinton County. “We think we salvaged significant amounts by getting in versus some of my neighbors who are claiming a 20-50-bushel loss with the …

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Minnesota dairy farmer enduring painful period

A Minnesota dairy farmer expects the down cycle in milk prices to continue. Dan Glessing of Waverly, which is west of the Twin Cities, says the short-term outlook isn’t good. “We’re in this for the long haul is what I’m hearing, and certainly it’s not fun.  But we’ve got to try and see our way …

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Frederickson returns to Cuba

U.S. agriculture officials were back in Cuba working to strengthen relationships and promote opportunities. Minnesota Ag Commissioner Dave Frederickson was one of 20 U.S. representatives attending the Cuba-U.S. Agriculture Business Conference in Havana last week. “If the embargo is either partially lifted or wholly lifted, which the Cuban people want, we’ll be in place to …

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Four dead, including police officer, after shooting in Chicago hospital

iStock/Thinkstock(CHICAGO) — Four people have died — including a police officer — after a shooting at a hospital on Chicago’s South side. Three shooting victims all died from their injuries, according to the Cook County Medical Examiner’s office. The suspect is also dead, Chicago Fire Department spokesperson Larry Langford told ABC News. The shooting began …

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Blast of snow for New England before record-cold Thanksgiving

ABC News(NEW YORK) — Across the Northeast Tuesday morning, winter weather advisories are in effect, with much of New England anticipating snow. Around 7 a.m. EST snowfall’s expected to begin from western Massachusetts to Albany, New York, as well as in southern Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine. Snow showers from Buffalo to Watertown are also …

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