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More massive cancellations and delays for Delta Airline travelers…

Delta Airlines has been hard hit by this weeks power outage. Some 250 flights have been cancelled and 200 others delayed. Sources say those numbers could increase as the company try’s to recover. Travelers should contact the airline before heading to the airport.

P.W. Co. leaders hold a public safety meeting following the murders of two female counselors at at youth independent living site…

A community meeting has been called following the discovery of two female
counselors allegedly killed by a participant of the Youth Quest Independent Living in Woodbridge. Tonight’s meeting to address the public’s concern about safety with the center in their neighborhood will be held at 7 at Old Bridge United Methodist Church. A 19 year old male from the program has admitted to killing them after sexually assaulting them.

Trump is slipping in the polls, a former CIA operative launches a White House bid…

Donald Trumps numbers are continuing to decline following 2 weeks of
questionable comments. A new NBC News survey monkey poll has Hillary Clinton with a 10 point lead. It comes on the heels of 50 Republican national security experts who have signed off on a letter saying Trump is not prepared to be President. Now Republican turned Independent former CIA Operative Evan McMullin has launched a 3rd party bid for the White House. Trump has two stops today in North Carolina and Hillary Clinton will speak to supporters in Miami, Florida.

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