Following what is expected to be a dramatic change in the state's weather.
KANSAS CITY, Kan. — State health inspectors made a surprise inspection this week.
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Grand opening postponed due to carcasses found in deep freezer
Colorado State University researchers are working with a Boulder company to develop a commercial refrigeration system that could cut grocery stores' food-cooling costs by up to 65 percent.
Areas of South Dakota are experiencing power outages due to blizzard conditions.
Power Outages & Food in Your Freezer
An elderly woman suffocated in a freezer she was forced into during a farm attack, a pathologist has told a Free State court.
Pathologist: Woman suffocated in freezer
Duke Energy is joining forces with utilities throughout the state to kick off Ohio's Oldest Refrigerator Contest and will pay a $1,250 prize for the state's most ancient refrigerator or freezer.
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Duke Energy looking for oldest working fridge
AMBERIEU, France — A 32-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of infanticide after two tiny corpses were found in a freezer at her home in eastern France, police said Tuesday. The woman has been in custody since Sunday, when her partner called officers to the house after discovering one of the corpses
Two doctors have been charged under a fetal homicide law after an investigation into a botched abortion uncovered 35 fetuses in a Maryland clinic’s freezer, authorities said on Friday, calling the case the first of its kind in the state.
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35 fetuses found in U.S. clinic’s freezer
BALTIMORE (Reuters) – Two doctors have been charged with murder after an investigation into a botched abortion uncovered 35 fetuses in a Maryland clinic’s freezer, authorities said on Friday, calling the case the first of its kind in the state. The doctors, Steven Chase Brigham, 55, and Nicola Irene Riley, 46, were arrested on fugitive warrants on Wednesday, police in Elkton, Maryland said …
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Maryland abortion doctors charged with murder
MANILA, Philippines — Much as they want to go and operate, over 253 applicant firms for the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) Loterya ng Bayan (PLB), may have to wait until next year as there was no signal yet from the state charity agency for its implementation. The PCSO officially introduced in March this year the PLB, a re-invented replacement of the controversial Small Town …
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PCSO keeps ‘Loterya’ in freezer