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NASSAU – Yankees great Derek Jeter may be retired, but he’s still got a competitive streak. Alex Mandel — son of Howie Mandel — caught the retired Yankees shortstop playing poker with Michael Jordan and Philadelphia 76ers owner Joshua Harris in the Bahamas on Sunday. In a part of the

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  SIDELINED WITH INJURY: Tim Duncan SAN ANTONIO – Spurs star Tim Duncan did not play in Wednesday’s 112-79 victory over the Phoenix Suns. The official word is that Duncan was not available to play due to a knee injury. Jeff McDonald of the San Antonio Express-News confirmed Duncan would

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Aerial view of gunfire in St. Thomas Dec. 31, 2014 FREDERIKSTED – The Virgin Islands Police Department says that it has a zero tolerance policy when it comes to celebratory gunfire. “Not only is celebratory gunfire illegal, but it is dangerous,” the VIPD said in a written statement. “The consequences

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE – Police are investigating a possible incident of child abuse after a one-year-old child was brought to the hospital with severe head injuries. The 911 Emergency Call Center notified police about 2:03 p.m. Monday that an infant child was being treated in the Schneider Regional Hospital’s Emergency Room

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              ARRESTED: Joyce Herelle CHRISTIANSTED – A 62-year-old St. Croix woman was arrested on drunk driving related charges on Tuesday for an incident that took place in August, according to police. Joyce Herelle of Estate Mon Bijou was served with an arrest warrant at

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              Attorney Ken Sobel PISCATAWAY – A New Jersey holding company has completed its acquisition of a medical marijuana firm, and named new leadership as part of the transaction, it announced on Monday. Mobile Broadcasting Holding Inc. said in a news release that it

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ANTI-BUSINESS SENATOR: Terrence “Positive” Nelson CHARLOTTE AMALIE – Senators meeting in full legislative session voted overwhelmingly to approve the operating agreement between Limetree Bay Terminals LLC and the Virgin Islands government. The 31st Legislature, run by Senate President Neville James, determined that the $800 million deal to take the former

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NASSAU — A major operation by the Drug Enforcement Unit (DEU) has dealt a huge blow to drug traffickers in the Bahamas. A stash of 1,449 pounds of cocaine was seized during a bust in the Bahamian island of Bimini, two days before Christmas, and a 41- year old American man

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The citizens of several U.S. states and territories may soon find that they can’t use their drivers’ licenses to get into federal facilities or even board planes. Enforcement of a 2005 federal law that sets identification standards, known as “Real ID,” has been long-delayed. But now Department of Homeland Security

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BACK IN ACTION: Linval Joseph of St. Croix MINNEAPOLIS – Linval Joseph’s return in a nationally televised football game against the team that originally drafted proved to be too much for the New York Giants as the Vikings demolished them 49-17. Joseph anchored a defense that held running back Rashad

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