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SNAKE IN A LAKE IN NEW JERSEY? EXPERT SAYS ‘YES’…& HE WAS TOLD ‘KEEP QUIET’ ABOUT IT

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There have been repeated reports of what’s been described as a 16-foot-long exotic snake — possibly an anaconda — inhabiting a lake in New Jersey…and a herpetologist attempting to capture the critter is now saying he’s been told by authorities to shut up about it.

“CRASH TAX” GAINS POPULARITY WITH LOCAL FIRE DEPARTMENTS

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One engine on the scene, at a rate of $250 per hour, and four personnel, each at $35 per hour, for a total of $390.

ILLINOIS JOB GROWTH AMONG THE TOP 10 WORST SINCE END OF GREAT RECESSION

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It’s no secret Illinois is having a rough time creating jobs, which arguably will be the foremost important issue when voters head to the polls in November.

David Hathaway, Town Marshal, Suspected Of Stealing Underwear From Son’s Girlfriend

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A law enforcement official in Millersburg, Indiana, is facing criminal charges after allegedly admitting to stealing underwear from his son’s girlfriend.

JUDY’S GAFFE ON HOT MIKE IS HOT NEWS

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Illinois’ comptroller Judy Baar-Topinka is one of those perpetual government employees who apparently wants to keep the tradition going…and she’s not above crossing the political aisle to get it done.

Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn Faces Questions About Now-Defunct Anti-Violence Program

Gov. Pat Quinn Casts Vote In Illinois Gubernatorial Primary

Democratic Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn, locked into a competitive re-election bid, is fighting to maintain an image as a reformer who’s cleaned up state government as questions about a now-defunct anti-violence program he started in the run-up to his 2010 election threaten to hang over his campaign for months.

Shanesha Taylor, Mom Who Left Kids In Hot Car, May Avoid Prosecution

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Prosecutors and a Phoenix woman reached a deal Friday that would allow her to avoid prosecution for leaving her two young sons alone in a hot car while she was at a job interview.

Iraq Veteran Darin Walker Could Lose Therapy Ducks In Dispute With Town

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Darin Welker, a veteran of the Iraq War, says he relies on 14 pet ducks for comfort and physical therapy, but by keeping the birds, he’s running afoul of local laws.

MULTIPLE POWER OUTAGES IN VINCENNES AS ACCIDENT, HIT-&-RUN, REPORTED

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Authorities at this hour are dealing with a power outage in sections of Vincennes, Indiana, that might have resulted from a car accident, following which a truck is being sought for hit-and-run.

CALIFORNIA CITY WILL FINE COUPLE $500 FOR NOT WATERING BROWN LAWN, STATE WILL FINE’EM $500 IF THEY DO

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Epitome of a damned if you do, damned if you don’t situation.

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