Summary The Arizona Republic reports school officials say they decided to end the program because the cat population has only doubled, despite their efforts. Nearby residents, animal-rights groups and some college officials say stopping the program would only worsen the problem.

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Summary Western New York just can't catch a break. Temperatures are predicted to sharply rise over the weekend, which means most of the snow still on the ground is going to rapidly turn into water. The National Weather Service has issued flood warnings for the region, and workers are scrambling to clear streets and rooftops ahead of the big melt -- CBS notes more than 30 major roof collapses were reported overnight Friday, and that number is expected to rise as the snow grows warmer and heavier.

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Summary Western New York just can't catch a break. Temperatures are predicted to sharply rise over the weekend, which means most of the snow still on the ground is going to rapidly turn into water. The National Weather Service has issued flood warnings for the region, and workers are scrambling to clear streets and rooftops ahead of the big melt -- CBS notes more than 30 major roof collapses were reported overnight Friday, and that number is expected to rise as the snow grows warmer and heavier.

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Summary An elderly woman driving a Lexus sedan crashed into the front of the 24-hour convenience store located on 2001 W. Central Avenue, La Habra Police Department Sgt. Kyle Davis said. The crash had caused major damage to both the outside and the inside of the store.

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Summary "We're not demonizing the police," Sharpton said, but "this young man should not be dead." "This is the deadly consequence of the increasing militarization of the police, from New York City to Ferguson -- and beyond."

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