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Roads will be nearly impassable in some areas tonight

Travel conditions in some areas are going to be VERY bad in some areas tonight. We're expecting a lot of closings.

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Japan's Abe: 'We will never, never forgive' ISIS

He ventured to Syria to tell the stories of lives torn apart by war.

But in doing so, Japanese journalist Kenji Goto suffered his own gruesome fate -- apparently becoming the latest foreigner to be decapitated by ISIS.

A newly distributed video from ...

WEATHER UPDATES: Heavy snow this afternoon, drifting a concern tonight

Heavy snow will continue Sunday, especially this afternoon. WSBT 22 Meteorologist Ed Russo has the latest forecast. 

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Recap: Coyotes 3, Canadiens 2

Coyotes 3, Canadiens 2: Lauri Korpikoski recorded a pair of goals and Louis Domingue earned his first NHL victory in net as Arizona rallied from an early two-goal deficit to win in Montreal for the first time since 1996.All-Star Oliver Ekma...

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Wild 4, Canucks 2

WASHINGTON -- Washington Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin became just the fifth player in NHL history to record 30 goals in each of his first 10 NHL seasons, but his two goals were not enough to stop the streaking St. Louis Blues on Sunday in...

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NHL roundup: Blues hold off Capitals

WASHINGTON -- Washington Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin became just the fifth player in NHL history to record 30 goals in each of his first 10 NHL seasons, but his two goals were not enough to stop the streaking St. Louis Blues on Sunday in...

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Recap: Wild 4, Canucks 2

Coyotes 3, Canadiens 2: Lauri Korpikoski recorded a pair of goals and Louis Domingue earned his first NHL victory in net as Arizona rallied from an early two-goal deficit to win in Montreal for the first time since 1996.All-Star Oliver Ekma...

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Winter storm cancels more than 2,000 flights as Northeast braces

A winter storm dumping snow and disrupting travel in the central United States is headed toward the Northeast. The storm put the metropolitan Chicago area's more than 9 million people under a blizzard warning Sunday.

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Obama on Hillary or Joe: 'I love them both'

Ahead of the Super Bowl, President Barack Obama tackled weighty issues such as whether he would choose chips and guacamole over chicken wings -- and who he would choose to be his successor, Hillary Clinton or Joe Biden.

On the latter he said, "I love...

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