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AVERAGE JOE: Odin Lloyd of St. Croix was savagely murdered by $40 million man Aaron Josef Hernandez of Bill Belichick’s New England Patriots/Urban Meyer’s Florida Gators in 2014. Hernandez’s mom was from Puerto Rico; his father was from Italy. ADVERTORIAL: To find out how you can help someone with a

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COAST GUARD TO THE RESCUE! ADVERTORIAL: To find out how you can help someone with a gambling addiction, press play below: SANTO DOMINGO — Two Americans were rescued by Coast Guard crewmen after their fishing boat sank north of the Dominican Republic. Kirk Plender of New Hampshire and John Boone

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MEETING OF THE MINDS: Uniformed Virgin Islands Police Department (VIPD) top brass rolls out the red and white carpet for the distinguished law enforcement officers from Denmark visiting the territory for Centennial. ADVERTORIAL: To hear how you can help someone you know overcome a gambling problem during problem gaming month

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HISTORIC PHOTO OF DANISH SLAVERY IN THE V.I. ADVERTORIAL: To hear more about how you can help someone who has problem with gambling during problem gaming awareness month of March, please click on the following message below: FREDERIKSTED — The Moravian Church in Denmark in conjunction with several Danish citizens

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SAVED BY THE COAST GUARD! Josh Kaufman of Florida is lucky to be alive after a freak sighting by the U.S. Coast Guard spared his life. SAN JUAN — The U.S. Coast Guard says a Florida kayaker who went about 15 miles off course without a life jacket is lucky

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — We Grow Food, Inc. is hosting an historic event on Sunday, March 26, 2017 at the Bordeaux Farmers’ Market from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. Organizers said that the “event is dedicated to the youth of the Virgin Islands with a focus on reducing and ceasing gun violence especially amongst our young

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JAMMED INTO THE PRISON LIKE SARDINES: In an exclusive report, the Associated Press says that malnutrition is killing many inmates in Haiti’s main prison. PORT-AU-PRINCE — “Straight up: This is hell. Getting locked up in Haiti will drive you crazy if it doesn’t kill you first,” homicide suspect Vangeliste Bazile

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READY AND WILLING TO DIE: Trinidad and Tobago (TnT) natives are willing to risk their lives for the terrorist cause. PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad — A Caribbean island nation has become an unlikely source of fighters and funding for the Islamic State militant group, prompting an internationally backed effort to stem

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE – The Department of Human Services in collaboration with a number of organizations successfully collected data for the 2017 VI Continuum of Care on Homelessness Point-In-Time survey on Friday. On each island the project was spear-headed by different organizations: St. John Community Foundation on St. John, Methodist Training

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CBP Border Patrol Marine unit. SAN JUAN — The U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agency says law enforcement authorities have intercepted 126 undocumented migrants from the Dominican Republic, Cuba and Haiti in four separate events since January 20. The CBP said working under the Caribbean Border Interagency Group (CBIG),

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