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Alisha Ebrahimji

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Dallas, TX, United States

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Past articles by Alisha:

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This fast-food restaurant's founder bought a lottery ticket for the $810 million Mega Millions jackpot for all 50,000 of his employees

The Mega Millions lottery jackpot grew to an estimated $810 million Tuesday and players are testing their luck nationwide -- including Todd Graves, the founder of fast-food restaurant chain Raising Cane's. → Read More

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US mass shootings: Attack leaves family with GoFundMe for funeral costs and an unfulfilled baby registry

Josh Tello shouldn't be raising Rosalina as a single parent. → Read More

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Tulsa hospital shooting victim remembered by colleagues as a kind man whose impact touched lives in Tulsa and Africa

A patient who sacrificed his life to save his wife. Two gifted doctors cherished by their communities. A receptionist with a "true servant's heart." → Read More

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The national baby formula shortage is getting worse and parents are desperate for it to end

Bryan Lambillotte knows the anxiety-induced hunt for baby formula all too well amid the ongoing national shortage. → Read More

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3 Sikh men attacked in the same New York neighborhood in just over a week

Two elderly Sikh men were attacked in the Richmond Hill neighborhood of Queens nine days after another Sikh man was assaulted in the same area, according to the New York Police Department. → Read More

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The Boston Marathon bans runners from Russia and Belarus 2 weeks before the race

Despite qualifying, runners living in Russia or Belarus are banned from participating in this year's Boston Marathon and Boston Athletic Association 5K, according to organizers. → Read More

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An elderly Sikh man visiting New York was allegedly attacked. Now police are investigating it as a hate crime

Nirmal Singh had only been visiting in New York City for two weeks when he was allegedly punched in the nose while walking, according to police. → Read More

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Teen who died at Florida amusement park was a football standout and a 'gentle giant' with a kind heart, loved ones say

At the young age of 14, Tyre Sampson mapped out his future: play professional football and buy his mom a house, according to his father Yarnell Sampson. → Read More

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A White couple is accused of killing a man because he was Black, a California district attorney says

Maurice Peoples was looking forward to having lunch with his son, Justin Peoples, last week -- but they didn't get to share a meal because Peoples was murdered the night before in what a California district attorney is calling a hate crime. → Read More

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Thieves are using unique methods to steal gas as prices rise. How you can protect your car

Mike Gross has seen a lot of theft at his family's dealership in Neillsville, Wisconsin, over the years, including wheels, tires, cash and entire vehicles, but this was new. → Read More

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An unsent text message and desperate phone calls detail California family's last moments before they died while hiking

Family selfies, nature photos, an unanswered text and several calls that were never connected detail the final hours of a California couple and their child before they died on a hiking trail near Yosemite last August. → Read More

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West Virginia school district says students' rights were violated during religious gathering on campus

Some students' rights were violated during a revival assembly led by an evangelical preacher at a high school, a West Virginia school district investigating the gathering said in a statement. → Read More

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High school students stage a walkout after they say they were forced to attend a Christian revival assembly during school hours

Samuel Felinton shuffled into his high school auditorium last week for what his teacher told him was a mandatory assembly. Little did he know, the guest speaker was an evangelical preacher holding a Christian revival assembly. → Read More

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A Canadian restaurant had to close its dining room because it accepted dog photos in lieu of proof of vaccination, negative Covid tests

A restaurant in Alberta was forced to briefly close its dining room after the health department found patrons were showing photos of dogs instead of proof of vaccination or a negative Covid test, as mandated by the Canadian province. → Read More

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After 36 draws with no winner, a $441 million Powerball jackpot is still on the table

The final Powerball drawing of 2021 is Wednesday, with the jackpot up to an estimated $441 million. → Read More

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A jury awarded the family of two drunk driving victims more than $301 billion, but they don't anticipate seeing any of it

A jury in Texas has awarded the largest-ever personal injury compensation in the country to a family who lost two people killed by a drunk driver. → Read More

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A beloved football player and a senior with college scholarships among Michigan school shooting victims

Friends, family and an entire Michigan high school are grieving the loss of four students after a 15-year-old boy opened fire during the school day, killing four peers and shooting seven others on campus. → Read More

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He ordered a letterman jacket in high school but couldn't afford to pick it up. His brother just found it at a thrift shop 28 years later

Jed Mottley played varsity football 28 years ago at Chaparral High School in Scottsdale, Arizona, when nothing screamed ultimate pride in your sport and school like a letterman jacket -- but Mottley didn't have one. → Read More

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Travis Scott's concerts have a history of rowdiness and injuries

Scott is hardly alone in the entertainment world in the way that he energizes crowds, but his style and history have taken on new focus after the mass casualty event at his music festival in Texas. → Read More

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How Indian Americans are making Diwali their own

As Indian immigrants have crossed oceans and borders for new countries, the traditions they brought with them have both endured and evolved. Here are some ways the next generation is celebrating the festival of lights. → Read More