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morning cram [egypt weeps edition]

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As Egyptians go to the polls to elect a new parliament, Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson examines Arab life there.

~NPR reports many Egyptians are tired of living in squalor and under what they call an iron-fisted police state.

KENTUCKY~ Weather aficionados predict plenty of thunderstorms, tornadoes and ice this winter. (Yet another) Marshall County toddler was found alone outdoors. A quick weekend police chase lands a couple fugitives behind bars. You don’t have to file a police report in order to get a sexual assault test. A Paducah fundraising event raises nearly $18k for orphans and foster kids. Oak Grove drops its interim police chief and a Fort Campbell soldier is suing the department over a dog bite. The election results will be officially certified today.

TENNESSEE~ Clarksville Police: man held baby mama at knifepoint.

ILLINOIS~ Former Gov. Ryan’s defense lawyers will try to get his conviction thrown out. Honeywell and United Steelworkers will try to talk it out again today.

SPORTS~ (football) MSU > TSU, APSU < EKU. (men’s basketball) MSU > Reinhardt, APSU < SIU, UTM < NWSU. (women’s basketball) MSU < STL, Valparaiso > APSU > UVU.


Written by Chris Taylor

November 22, 2010 at 9:09 am

Posted in The Front Page

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