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Facebook rolls out new anti-bullying policy

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — As bullying incidents spike across the nation, social media platforms are creating easier ways for users to report online abuse. Facebook and Instagram are the most recent social networks to follow the trend. The sites rolled out new tools to delete derogatory comments and inappropriate pictures that are intended for bullying. The Read More…

Anchorage trails get face lift with new markers

News Tuesday, October 23rd 2018, 2:09 PM AKDTBy Angela Krenzien If you use some of the popular trails around Anchorage, like the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail or Chester Creek Trail, you may have seen some new signs showing up.  The Anchorage Economic Development Corporation’s Trail Signage Sponsorship program is part of the Live. Work. Play. Read More…

Previously undisclosed crack in SF's Millennium Tower prompting new safety concerns

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — Another crack was found in San Francisco’s sinking Millennium Tower. The cracked glass spandrel panel is located between the ninth and tenth floors. TIMELINE: Issues with SF’s tilting, sinking, cracking Millennium Tower According to the Department of Building Inspection, a window washing firm had reported it to the architectural engineering firm Read More…

Surging Texans ready to tackle depleted Dolphins

Oct 21, 2018; Jacksonville, FL, USA; Houston Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (10) reacts to his touchdown during the second quarter against the Jacksonville Jaguars at TIAA Bank Field. Mandatory Credit: Douglas DeFelice-USA TODAY Sports October 24, 2018 Miraculous is too strong a word, but the early season turnaround orchestrated by the Texans has fashioned Read More…

NEA-Alaska endorses Begich for governor

“Sen. Begich has provided Alaskans with a detailed plan for protecting public education while his opponent refused to even answer our questionnaire and has a troubling record of pushing devastating budget cuts, promoting unconstitutional vouchers, and threatening to close rural schools. For Alaska educators, the choice is clear,” said NEA- Alaska president Tim Parker. “Mark Read More…

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Facebook begins roll out of new supposedly 'simplified' Messenger

Has Facebook Messenger gotten too complicated?  Seven of 10 people recently surveyed told Facebook that their No. 1 priority for a messaging app is “simplicity.”  Facebook apparently got the message. On Wednesday, Facebook began rolling out Messenger 4 globally, billed as a “new, simplified version” of the popular messaging service. For starters, Facebook reduced the number Read More…

Caravan of exaggeration: Trump makes dubious claims about Central American migrants

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump has been focusing attention on the caravan of thousands of migrants still deep in southern Mexico in an attempt to score political points two weeks before the midterm election. He has made three claims that bear examination: – The caravan contains “Middle Easterners” – Democrats are involved in organizing the caravan Read More…