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SEP 17, 2014 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Joplin tornado aid worker sentenced for fraud

(AP) — A woman who worked for a southwest Missouri disaster relief agency has been sentenced to prison for a fraud scheme following the deadly Joplin tornado. The U.S. attorney's office says Herlana Latham, of Memphis, Tennessee, was sentenced Tuesday to 14 months in federal prison and ordered to pay about $6,700 in restitution.

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SEP 13, 2014 - San Francisco Chronicle

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10 years later, residents reflect on unsolved fire

Benito Lucio worries that memories of the 10 people killed in a Prairie Township fire a decade ago are as abandoned as the memorial where their apartment building once stood. A few leads surfaced early on, including a tip that another apartment had been the intended target, said Chris Floyd, a former detective with the Franklin County sheriff's office. A ...

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SEP 11, 2014 - Forbes

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SalesforceVoice: Growing Your Sales Team? 3 Ways CRM Can Help You Manage The Tornado

By Chris van Loben Sels So, you’re growing your sales team. Congratulations–and hold on tight! Rapid growth tests every aspect of sales management. Everything you’ve learned in the art and science of sales will need to be brought to bear to succeed. It’s an exciting task, but it is intense. When all of [...]

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SEP 11, 2014 - MSNBC

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Tornado Rakes Cleveland Area

At least four twisters ripped through the Cleveland area. WKYC's Kristin Anderson reports.

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SEP 06, 2014 - San Francisco Chronicle

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2 women struck by lightning as storms move through

BOSTON (AP) — Two women were struck by lightning at a beach as a band of slow-moving thunderstorms rolled through Massachusetts, causing some power outages and prompting a short-lived tornado warning. Ipswich Fire Department spokesman John Guilfoil tells the website two people were sent to a hospital with serious injuries.

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