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  1. Life Wireless expands into Puerto RicoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | Business Journal

    The Covington, Ga.-based Lifeline service provider said it currently has more than 200,000 customers in Puerto Rico, making it one of the largest Lifeline providers on the island. The company said the purpose of the new locations, which are located in the San Juan neighborhoods of Bayamon and Santurce, is to provide a place for customers to get their phones serviced, replace lost handsets and re-certify their eligibility in the Lifeline program without having to mail in verification documents.

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  2. Life Wireless Opens First Stores in Puerto RicoRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 18 | Freshnews

    Life Wireless, a cellular provider offering free phone service to eligible customers through the federal Lifeline program, has opened its first retail locations in Puerto Rico to better serve its fast-growing customer base. The customer service centers, located in the San Juan neighborhoods of Bayamon and Santurce, provide a convenient place for customers to get their phones serviced, replace lost handsets, and re-certify their eligibility in the Lifeline program without having to mail in verification documents.

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  3. Alameda: Ballet adds stars from Puerto Rico to 'Nutcracker'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | Inside Bay Area

    ... perform as the Sugar Plum Fairy, while Carlos Madera, recently a principal dancer for Ballet Brio of Bayamon, Puerto Rico, has the role of Cavalier. The two stars frequently perform together as partners. "Our company wanted to do something special ...

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  4. Texas Woman's notebook: Pioneers get on hot streak in Puerto RicoRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | Denton Record-Chronicle

    TWU's trip to Puerto Rico last weekend for two games will be a road trip that the Pioneers are going to remember for a long time and for reasons beyond the fact they brought home two victories. TWU coach Beth Jillson called it an "awesome" and "really fun" trip, but it turned out to also be a five-day adventure for a pair of games played in a rather unusual and unique environment - an open-air gymnasium that didn't have air conditioning and, for part of one of the games, no working lights.

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  5. Hyatt Recognizes Excellence Among Owners And Developers With 2014 AwardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | WebWire

    Hyatt Hotels Corporation honored 10 of the company's top owners and developers at Hyatt's recent conference for owners throughout the Americas, held at Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort & Spa in Indian Wells, Calif. 'Hyatt has consistently emphasized that we want to be the most preferred hotel company for owners, guests and associates.

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  6. Women's basketball: Pioneers hang on for 69-66 victory over Puerto Rico-Bayam nRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | Denton Record-Chronicle

    Sophomore Taylor Nolan came off the bench and led the team in scoring to help the Pioneers to a 69-66 win over the host Puerto Rico-Bayamon on Sunday afternoon. TWU overcame the 85-degree heat in an open-air gym setting and a lighting failure halfway through the first half to improve to 6-4 on the season.

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  7. Police: Thieves in Puerto Rico nab 456,000 eggsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | The New Zealand Herald

    " Police in Puerto Rico say thieves stole 456,000 eggs from a warehouse located near the island's north coast. Authorities said the suspects on Wednesday broke the lock on the main gate of the Egg Market warehouse in Bayamon. The eggs are worth nearly $150,000.

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  8. Notebook: TWU 2nd half woes continueRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 9 | Denton Record-Chronicle

    TWU's basketball squad has shown a tendency at times to struggle this season in the second half of its games, but Saturday's four-point loss to Texas-Permian Basin may have been the most frustrating meltdown of the season for the Pioneers. In five of their eight games this season, the Pioneers have raced out to substantial leads over opponents by halftime.

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  9. Women's basketball: Pioneers fall apart late in loss to UTPBRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 6 | Denton Record-Chronicle

    TWU won the first half against Texas-Permian Basin. The Pioneers outscored the Falcons 35-21, using their aggression to get to the paint and the free throw line, but it takes two halves to win a game.

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  10. UPDATE 3-Puerto Rico transit crisis averted, oil tax hike beckonsRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 30 | Reuters

    Puerto Rico's commuters escaped a chaotic transport shutdown after authorities on Sunday reached an eleventh-hour deal to hike a controversial oil tax and averted an escalation of the island's debt crisis. The local government had been planning to shut its bus and city train service after the island's Governor Alejandro Garcia Padilla was unable to convince enough members of his party to agree to raise the tax on crude oil by 68 percent.

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  11. UPDATE 1-Puerto Rico faces public transport shutdown, talks down to wireRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 30 | Reuters

    Puerto Rico could face a public transportation shutdown starting Monday, as talks go to the wire on approving a controversial crude oil tax hike proposed to shore up the island's finances. In what would be a major escalation of Puerto Rico's debt crisis, the local government is planning to shut down its bus and city train service after Governor Alejandro Garcia Padilla was unable to convince enough members of his party to agree to raise the tax by 68 percent.

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  12. Puerto Rico braces for public transport shutdownRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 30 | WHTC

    Puerto Rico's capital braced for a public transportation shutdown Monday, as lawmakers and administration officials held last-ditch talks to approve a crude oil tax hike that could keep San Juan's metropolitan area buses and commuter train running. In what would be a major escalation of Puerto Rico's debt crisis, the local government is planning to shut down its bus and city train service after lawmakers were unable to agree to raise its oil tax by 68 percent to back a $2.9 billion bond sale.

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  13. Guard halts skid, ODU upsets VCU in upsetRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 29 | St. Petersburg Times

    Mired in a horrific shooting slump, Old Dominion junior guard Aaron Bacote said he needed just one early shot to fall against No. 14 Virginia Commonwealth to boost his confidence.

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  14. On this day: November 24Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 13, 2014 | ClickOnDetroit

    ... being shot and seriously wounded four days earlier while sitting in car outside a bar in his native Bayamon, Puerto Rico. He held major championships in three different weight classes along with minor titles in four additional weight classes, making ...

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  15. Jack Ruby shoots Lee Harvey OswaldRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 23 | KION 46

    ... being shot and seriously wounded four days earlier while sitting in car outside a bar in his native Bayamon, Puerto Rico. He held major championships in three different weight classes along with minor titles in four additional weight classes, making ...

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  16. 2 Charged in Killing of 4 Relatives in Puerto RicoRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 20, 2014 | ABC News

    Two men have been charged with first-degree murder in the killings of a retired Army sergeant and three other family members, police said Thursday. Christopher Sanchez Asencio and Jose Bosch Mulero, both 27, also face nearly 40 other counts, including aggravated kidnapping of a minor and destruction of evidence.

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  17. Two jailed in Puerto Rico over killing of military...Read the original story

    Nov 19, 2014 | WTAQ-AM Green Bay

    Two men were jailed in Puerto Rico on Wednesday on charges of killing a retired U.S. Army sergeant and three members of his family, as well as attempting to kill the victims' 13-year-old son by beating him and throwing him off a bridge. A Bayamon judge set the bail for Christopher Sanchez Asencio, 27, and Jose Bosch Mulero, 26, at $8 million after authorities charged each with first-degree murder in the attack at the victims' home on Monday night, police said.

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  18. Beavers give up late lead, recover in OTRead the original story

    Nov 18, 2014 | Minot Daily News

    BAYAMON, Puerto Rico The Minot State men's basketball team built a double-digit lead Tuesday against the University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras but squandered it in the final five minutes. Still, the Beavers outlasted the Gallitos in overtime to claim a 67-62 nonconference victory at the UPR-Bayamon Complejo Deportivo.

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  19. Tacoma Rainiers name Pat Listach managerRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 18, 2014 | Seattle Times

    ... from the field (33 of 49). No. 11 Western Washington fell to the University of Puerto Rico, 84-78, in Bayamon, Puerto Rico, in the first of three games on the island. The Vikings (2-1) made just 17 of 32 free throws and connected on just 5 of 20 ...

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  20. Ex-Army sergeant among 4 killed in Puerto RicoRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 18, 2014 | The New Zealand Herald

    " A retired Army sergeant and three members of his family including a teenage son have been fatally shot to death in the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico, police said Tuesday. The victims include 66-year-old Miguel Ortiz Diaz, his wife, their 15-year-old son and Ortiz's mother-in-law, police officer Maritza Ramos said.

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