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Ronaldo helps Real Madrid become 1st team to retain CL title

Spanish giants Real became the first team in the Champions League era to successfully defend the trophy, beating Juventus 12 months after they toppled Atletico Madrid on penalties in Milan. And fans were left asking why Real Madrid would do such a thing after initially wearing purple throughout the course of the game. That made Ronaldo the second man to score in three finals, after Alfredo Di Stefano, who netted in five in a row for Real in the 1950s.



State Rep. Hoffman statement on ongoing budget impasse

Bruce Rauner , would prevent a defendant from using the sexual orientation or gender identity of their victim as a legal defense. Assistant Superintendent Jason Henderson says the state owes the district more than $2 million from the past school year's budget alone.


Salvation Army in Centralia Celebrates National Doughnut Day on Friday

Salvation Army in Centralia Celebrates National Doughnut Day on Friday

According to a press release issued on Thursday, Krispy Kreme Doughnuts will be giving away one free doughnut per customer on Friday in celebration of the Doughnut Day holiday. National Doughnut Day was started in Chicago in 1938 to honor The Salvation Army "Doughnut Girls". Find participating locations here . While other shops will require a small purchase in order to receive your free pastry, the fine folks at Krispy Kreme simply want you to show up to enjoy the special for doughnut ...



Microsoft, Amazon oppose Trump's dumping of climate agreement

Trump announced on Thursday that the United States , the world's second biggest greenhouse gas emitter, would immediately stop implementing the 195-nation agreement brokered by Barack Obama in 2015. But Britain did not sign a joint statement by the leaders of Germany, France and Italy, who said they regretted Trump's decision and insisted that the accord can not be renegotiated.


'Van plowed into pedestrians' on London Bridge; Police respond to second incident

'Van plowed into pedestrians' on London Bridge; Police respond to second incident

Holly Jones , a BBC reporter who was on London Bridge at the time of the incident, said she had seen a man in handcuffs being taken away from the scene. "The sounds, you can hear it all, you can hear them screaming", he told Channel Nine. "Now the area is completely closed with police cars going one way and ambulances going the other", he told Reuters.