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3 men drugged, robbed after meeting women at Manhattan bars

Published: Friday, October 06, 2017 @ 11:20 AM

3 Men Drugged, Robbed After Meeting Women At Manhattan Bars

Two women are meeting men at high-end Manhattan bars, going back to their hotel rooms and then robbing them when they pass out, police said.

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Each of the three victims reported that they felt dizzy then blacked out. Police can not confirm if they had been drugged, according to WNBC.

The first theft happened Aug. 11 when a 38-year-old man met a woman at The Standard, according to WNBC. The two then went back to his hotel room, where he became dizzy and blacked out. When he awoke, his watch was missing.

A 37-year-old man met a woman two days later at STK. They went back to his hotel where he felt dizzy and passed out. His watch was gone when he got up, according to WNBC.

Most recently, a 56-year-old man met a woman Aug. 16 at Gaby, a restaurant attached to the hotel where he was staying. They went back to his room where he felt dizzy and passed out. Two watches, a bag and pen were missing when he woke up. 

Police described the woman as in their 30s, 5 feet 5 inches tall. One has brown hair. The other has blonde hair with pink highlights.

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Winter storm threat shuts down federal government, cancels White House events

Published: Wednesday, March 21, 2018 @ 4:04 AM

While the calendar may say it is spring, another winter storm threatened the East Coast on Wednesday, prompting the federal government to close down offices in the Washington, D.C. area, and canceling public events for President Donald Trump at the White House.

While there was little snow on the ground as the sun came up on Wednesday, forecasters were warning of big snow totals from the nation’s capital, up the I-95 corridor through Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

But as the morning commute continued, there was little evidence in some spots of that storm.

“Total accumulation so far 1” of Salt,” tweeted Rep. Billy Long (R-MO), as he documented empty streets on his commute to the U.S. Capitol, as lawmakers from the heartland subtly mocked the snow scare.

The biggest snowfall totals seemed to be to north of the Washington area, up near the Mason-Dixon line along the Maryland and Pennsylvania border, where as much as two feet of snow could fall.

But federal officials did not take any chances, as they closed government offices on Wednesday.

Despite the weather threat, Congress was in session today, though some committees had scrapped hearings set for Wednesday morning, worried about the snow.

Both the House and Senate were still going to be in session, as lawmakers were trying to finish a giant funding bill, facing a Friday night shutdown deadline.

At the White House, it was a snow day as well – even without any snow on the ground in the morning – as the President erred on the side of caution, and canceled two events, including a Cabinet meeting.

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Former Make-A-Wish patient now doctor at same hospital that treated her

Published: Wednesday, March 21, 2018 @ 8:02 AM

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Jen Pratt used to walk the halls of Children’s St. Paul when she was a child. She was diagnosed and treated for a tumor in her leg. 

She visited the hospital for a year as she received chemotherapy and surgery to remove the tumor, WCCO reported

Pratt became a Make-A-Wish kid, receiving a trip to Walt Disney World.

She was 11 years old at the time and knew then what she wanted to do with her life when she grew up.

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Pratt wanted to go into medicine, WCCO reported

Flash forward a few years and now Pratt is called Dr. Pratt and she’s now on the other side of the hospital beds, treating the patients at the same hospital that saved her life.

“Some of the nurses that I had during my treatment are still nurses at Children’s, so I actually get to work with them,” Pratt told WCCO.

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But Children’s St. Paul isn’t the only location from her cancer treatment she’s revisiting. During her trip to Disney, she stayed at Give Kids the World resort. She’s planning on volunteering at the hotel later this fall, WCCO reported.

Click here to learn about volunteering with Give Kids the World.

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Austin bombings: Dead suspect identified as 24-year-old man

Published: Wednesday, March 21, 2018 @ 5:18 AM
Updated: Wednesday, March 21, 2018 @ 5:18 AM

Austin Package Explosions: Suspect Dead

A suspect in the deadly package bombings in Austin, Texas, is dead, law enforcement sources told the Austin American-Statesman.

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Parents arrested after mother leaves kid home alone, goes to Florida, police say

Published: Tuesday, March 20, 2018 @ 12:19 PM

Kids Left Home Alone For Weeks, Parents Arrested

Two parents from Lakawanna County, Pennsylvania, have been arrested after police said that the they left their two children home alone while the mother traveled to Florida.

The investigation started when police were alerted to a case of children who had been left alone for weeks. When they visited the home, they found a 10- and 11-year-old alone, in a home that had food, boxes, pills and trash on the floor, WNEP reported.

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Police said that Nicole Sciortino told them that she was not far away, but then admitted that she was in Florida. She then told the authorities that the children’s father Vincent Licciardello was watching the children. 

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He told police he dropped them off at Sciortino’s home on March 5 and he would stop by over the following days to give the children food, WNEP reported.

Sciortino told police that she didn’t know that it was against the law to leave the children home alone.

Both she and Licciardello were arrested, charged with endangering the welfare of children and are free on $10,000 unsecured bail. The children are staying with friends of the family, placed there by children and youth services, WNEP reported.

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