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Assignment 4 - criminals.-MORE-Leads 3 7. A 24 year old man...

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Leads 1 Leads March 10, 2008 1. Two people were inured and one man died this morning, when a van collided with a fire engine responding to a false alarm. 2. A recent report shows large cars have better repair records and can lessen injuries in accidents. 3. Hot dogs can be dangerous to children under four, according to the American Medical Association. -MORE-
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Leads 2 4. A grieving family was notified today that they buried the wrong body due to a medical examiner mix up. 5. Women who marry early and attend graduate school are more likely to end up separated or divorced. 6. Laws limiting the ownership of guns have failed to keep weapons out of the hands of
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Unformatted text preview: criminals.-MORE-Leads 3 7. A 24 year old man avoided a possible death sentence when he pleaded guilty to robbing and killing two restaurant employees. 8. The International Standardization Organization released an annual report stating that noise levels are on the rise. 9. A 19-year old shoplifter died due to being suffocated during an arrest.-MORE-Leads 4 10. After recent debate, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn will remain a required reading at a local high school.-END-...
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