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"Teamwork makes the dream work," but if that's true, then why are group projects downright notorious? Add more people--and their opinions, preferences, motivations, etc.- to any situation, and things are guaranteed to get more complicated! From our friends, coworkers, spouses, families, the truth is, relationships are hard to navigate. Do you wish you had a surefire way to transform your relationships for the better? We're kicking off a brand new series called 5 Great Truths this month. Tune in as Pastor Andrew McCourt kicks off the series by diving into 1 Corinthians 12.
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Houston police are searching for three men accused of firing into the victim's home Sunday morning.
The game is set for December 28 and will be televised on ESPN.
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21 juveniles were arrested after large crowds gathered near Millennium Park Saturday evening, according to police.
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The youngest person killed was 14 years old, while the youngest fan injured is 10.
The City of Glenn Heights Police Department said they will reunite missing Glenn Heights teen Stevie Johnson, 14, with her family on Nov. 6.
A federal appeals court temporarily blocked the Biden Administration's vaccine requirement for businesses with 100 or more employees.
A U.S. federal appeals court issued a stay Saturday freezing the Biden administration's efforts to require workers at U.S. companies with at least 100 employees be vaccinated against COVID-19 or be tested weekly, citing "grave statutory and constitutional" issues with the rule.
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A rare sighting in Macomb County has animal groups scrambling to help out.
Officials say the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel will remain cashless on the Detroit side after fully reopening Monday to vaccinated travelers going to Canada.
General Motors will idle its Lansing Delta Township Assembly Plant for about three months over the next year.
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A suspect is in custody after a Bensenville police officer was shot while responding to a domestic disturbance Saturday morning. CBS 2’s Steven Graves reports the officer was in surgery Saturday evening at Loyola University Medical Center.
A small business owner is out thousands of dollars after a burglary early Monday morning.
The crime was caught on camera.
Video shows a car drive up to DC Sports Cards and Collectibles. Two people get out of the car, smash the door open and head inside.
Cameras inside the store capture the two individuals, wearing masks, needing just seconds to grab several items including various brands of trading cards.
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Several Red Cross volunteers spent their morning installing smoke alarms in homes in the Little Village neighborhood.
The election was seen as a referendum on a series of progressive reforms that Democrats have passed over the past two years.
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An oil tanker truck exploded near Sierra Leone's capital, killing at least 98 people and severely injuring dozens of others after large crowds gathered to collect leaking fuel, officials and witnesses said Saturday.
The explosion took place late Friday when the tanker collided with another truck as it was pulling into a gas station near a busy intersection in Wellington, just east of the capital of Freetown, according to the National Disaster Management Agency.
“Both drivers came out of their vehicles and warned community residents to stay off the scene while trying to address a leakage emanating from the collision,” the agency said.
In this deeply impoverished country, however, crowds still rushed in to scoop up the fuel, witnesses said. It was not immediately known what caused the leaking fuel to ignite but a massive explosion soon followed.
Video obtained by The Associated Press showed a giant fireball burning in the night sky as some survivors with severe burns cried out in pain. The charred remains of some victims lay strewn at the scene, awaiting transport to mortuaries.
Nearly 100 injured people were taken to area hospitals, officials said. About 30 severely burned people at Connaught Hospital were not expected to survive, according to Foday Musa, a staff member in its intensive care unit.
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This eleven-month-old leopard cub that got sniffed out by a hungry hyena had to make a desperate run for its life – and was saved from death by a nearby tree.
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The one hyena in a pack of four had walked past the young leopard who had been left hiding under a bush by its mother while she went out to hunt for a kill to feed it.
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This nail-biting sighting was captured by 30-year-old, accountant and part time photographic guide, Moosa Varachia, while on a game drive on the S1 in the Kruger National Park.
Moosa tells Latestsightings.com the story: “We had just had an incredible sighting of a male leopard at the Nwaswitshaka waterhole and it was time for the dreaded drive to the gate which brings the end to the day. We stopped on the S1 and there was a young leopard sitting in the dense bush. We took some photos and videos and were just about to leave when I looked up and saw a clan of hyena approaching!”
“I knew that this situation may not end well for the leopard cub.”
But as this incredible footage shows, the alpha hyena catches the leopard's scent and turns and retraces its footsteps and tries to hunt out the potential competitor and then spots it.
The young leopard, realising its hiding place has been spotted and that mum is not around to save her, makes a sprint for safety but being so young cannot reach its adult speed.
The 40mph hyena, which was an estimated 5 foot long and 3 foot at the shoulder, and weighing 100lbs, would have easily taken the young cub out when it caught her.
But the canny cub spotted a tree and, using its claws, managed narrowly to outrun the carnivore that was out to kill it, and climb a tree and escape its hunter.
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