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ARRESTED FOR BRANDISHING KNIFE IN POLICE STATION: Sally-Ann “Funky Cold” Medina CRUZ BAY — A terrified St. John man ducked into a police station to escape a girlfriend who he said was right behind him chasing him with a knife. The desk sergeant on duty at the Leander Jürgen Command Police

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SCARY CLOSE: Juan “Pretty” McCullum (right) stands next to his former boss Del. Stacey Plaskett (D-VI) during happier times. McCullum says he’s innocent of cyberstalking charges filed against him in federal court. WASHINGTON — A former staff member of Delegate to Congress Stacey Plaskett pleaded not guilty Tuesday in the

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — A Superior Court judge on Saturday ordered Takata Corp. to set aside $8 million to cover civil penalties and the cost to drivers who have to replace the potentially fatal air bags, a day before the company’s U.S. business filed for Chapter 11 protection. Superior Court Judge

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GUARDED MOMENT: U.S. Coast Guard Rear Admiral Peter Brown (right) stands next to Florida Gov. Rick Scott. SAN JUAN — The number of apprehensions of migrants with criminal records trying to illegally re-enter the U.S. after being deported has increased in the region, the U.S. Coast Guard said on Monday.

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SAN JUAN — The Arecibo radio telescope, the Puerto Rican observatory made even more famous for its part in the 1995 James Bond film Goldeneye, began receiving a mysterious signal May 12 during an observation of Ross 128, Business Insider Science reports. The so-called red dwarf star appeared to be the point of

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A monkey stares out from its enclosure at the Dr. Juan A. Rivero Zoo in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico Danica Coto/AP SAN JUAN — The economic crisis afflicting Puerto Rico for the last decade has also taken a toll on the island’s only zoo, with critics saying it is sorely understaffed and struggling

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MIAMI — Tropical Storm Don has formed in the Caribbean Sea, the National Hurricane Center reported Monday evening. Tropical storm watches and warnings have been posted for several Caribbean islands, including Barbados, Grenada and St. Lucia. Heavy rains and flash flooding are possible on some of the islands. As of 8

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WANTED FUGITIVE: Samuel “Ghost” Roberts on St. Croix FREDERIKSTED — Police said on Sunday afternoon that they are still actively searching for wanted fugitive Samuel “Ghost” Roberts on St. Croix. The Virgin Islands Police Department (VIPD) said that Roberts “is a person of interest in a homicide,” according to VIPD

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — A St. Thomas woman told police that she was hit so hard during an attack in Estate Honduras late Thursday night that she was knocked unconscious and had to check herself in to the hospital emergency room when she woke up the next day. Police were dispatched

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PROVIDENCE, R.I. —  A jarringly dark commentary by Tesla CEO Elon Musk and wrangling over the federal health care bill dominated the third and final day of the National Governors Association meeting in Providence on Saturday. Organizers say roughly 1,800 attendees registered for the NGA’s gathering, including more than 30 of the

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