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Florida man snaps photos of alligator fighting python


NAPLES, Fla. — A group of Florida golfers found a new kind of adversary on the green in Naples over the weekend, CBS Miami reports: A large alligator and a large Burmese python entangled on the course. Richard Nadler posted the pictures on his Facebook account while trying to play …

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2 arrested in connection with hit-and-run of NYPD officer


NEW YORK — Two people have been arrested in connection with the hit-and-run of a police officer in Times Square, CBS New York reports. The NYPD says Arfhy Santos, 20, and William Lopez, 24, were arrested Wednesday afternoon in New York. Earlier, sources told the station that investigators want to …

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Surgeon arrested after report of showing up possibly intoxicated


Police in Kentucky arrested a plastic surgeon on the street after a hospital received a report that he showed up for surgery possibly intoxicated, CBS Lexington affiliate WKYT reports. Dr. Theodore Gerstle was arrested on a charge of public intoxication Monday. The chief medical officer at Baptist Health Lexington spoke …

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Blaze Bernstein case: Murder charge filed in student's death


Last Updated Jan 17, 2018 1:35 PM EST SANTA ANA, Calif. — A murder charge has been filed against a suspect in the death of a University of Pennsylvania student whose body was found buried and stabbed in a Southern California park. A complaint filed in Orange County Superior Court Wednesday …

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Winter storm blast causes chaos across the South


ATLANTA — Winter weather made travel treacherous across the South, shutting down interstates in Louisiana, causing highway crashes in Kentucky and closing airport runways in Texas as snow turned the red clay white and prompted schools to close across the region. Snow was falling Tuesday afternoon in a wide band that …

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Cops: Missing infant twins lived in car with knives, drugs


STOCKTON, Calif. — Police investigating the disappearance of infant twins in California say their parents forced them to live in “deplorable and dangerous” conditions in a car with weapons and drugs. SPD NEWS: MISSING TWINS UPDATE #HelpUsLocate #StocktonPolice Detectives and Evidence Technicians processed the white… Posted by Stockton Police Department on Sunday, …

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Inside the effort to save cold-stunned sea turtles


Millions of Americans face another cold snap this week, but humans aren’t the only ones suffering. The cold is putting reptiles like sea turtles in a comatose state. CBS News’ Michelle Miller visited the Gulf World Marine Institute in Panama City Beach, Florida, which in an average year treats and …

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Inside America's first solar-powered town


Families are starting to move into what is being called America’s first solar-powered town. Babcock Ranch, about half an hour northeast of Fort Myers, Florida, is supposed to produce more energy than it consumes once it’s finished. There are more than 300,000 solar panels spread across 440 acres there, producing …

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