• Fire in Holcomb Valley Area
Fire in Holcomb Valley Area

Two firefighters suffered heat-related injuries during the blaze, the Los Angeles Times reported . The team can be reached at 760-267-0104 or www.facebook.com/DART2016Cali . The alert was issued for 2 p.m.to 9 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday. There is now a response of 18 Engines, 9 Water Tenders, 16 Hand-crews, 1 Dozer, 8 Air Tankers, including tan...

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  • Tropical Storm Bret forms in the Atlantic
Tropical Storm Bret forms in the Atlantic

A tropical storm warning is in effect for Barbados, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, and tropical storm conditions are possible by Tuesday. Gale force winds extend several hundred miles east and northeast of the estimated center of the system.

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  • Amazon's new customer for food: its new grocery stores
Amazon's new customer for food: its new grocery stores

Its biggest acquisition prior to the Whole Foods deal was that of Zappos.com for $1.2 billion. Little is known about the outcome of the meetings. For example, Bryan Gilderberg, head of research at Kantar Retail, shared some of his research with me on Friday. Amazon has been dipping it's toes into the fresh food market for quite some time no...

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  • Few agree with Trump move to ditch Paris accord
Few agree with Trump move to ditch Paris accord

Shortly after Trump withdrew from the agreement, the U.S. Conference of Mayors announced they would strive to achieve the goals set out in the Paris agreement on a local level. City Councilor Jack Eakman said he was "going to go with the science on this". An adopted resolution would guide the city to reduce greenhouse gases.

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  • Dashcam Video Shows Officer Firing 7 Shots Into Castile Car
Dashcam Video Shows Officer Firing 7 Shots Into Castile Car

When the traffic stop began, the two men interacted calmly. Before Castile finishes that sentence, Yanez begins pulling his weapon out of the holster. Yanez slowly walks away, and another officer says: "You all right?" While Reynolds's footage pushed the encounter into the headlines, making it one of the most widely known police shootings in...

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  • Race: Gillespie will face Northam in November
Race: Gillespie will face Northam in November

Now we vote every year in Virginia, but what we vote for changes every year as well. Anyone in line when the polls close at 7 p.m. will still be able to vote. That level of enthusiasm bodes well for the Democrats in Virginia to hold on to the governorship. Mr. Stewart sprinted toward Mr. Trump, making immigration a centerpiece of his campaign, ...

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  • US Supreme Court holds on case of Wisconsin electoral districts
US Supreme Court holds on case of Wisconsin electoral districts

Even as the court agreed to hear the case , the justices sent a signal they may be skeptical of the challengers' arguments. The Supreme Court will deal with Wisconsin's appeal of a lower court ruling and will discuss the issue of gerrymandering, or manipulating electoral districts in order to favor a specific political party.

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  • Vigils planned for fatally attacked Muslim teen
Vigils planned for fatally attacked Muslim teen

Torres then drove his auto onto the curb as the group scattered. Authorities later found her body in a pond . The illegal alien did not have any previous run-ins with ICE before he allegedly murdered Hassanen . "We know there is no greater pain for any parent and Chip and I extend our prayers to her family and loved ones at this hard time and ...

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  • Record number of students enrolled at MSU's Upward Bound programs
Record number of students enrolled at MSU's Upward Bound programs

Robert Underwood, center, UOG Endowment Foundation executive director Janiece Sablan, second to the last on the right, and director of TRIO Programs Yoichi Rengiil. UB Programs are academic programs created to help students prepare for college by developing academic, social and cultural skills needed for success in post-secondary education.

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  • Vice President Mike Pence Hires Richmond Attorney To Help Navigate Russian Probes
Vice President Mike Pence Hires Richmond Attorney To Help Navigate Russian Probes

The decision, according to a Pence spokesman, was made to help the vice president fully cooperate with the investigations and any potential inquiries that arise. Director of National Intelligence Daniel Coats spent more than three hours in a closed session with the Senate Intelligence Committee, just days after he refused to answer lawmakers' quest...

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  • Public outcry may be able to keep offensive trademarks at bay
Public outcry may be able to keep offensive trademarks at bay

The Redskins organization While many has been under attack as cultural insensitive but the team has resolved to keep the name and imagery. "Nothing in the opinion undermines the decisions of the TTAB or the District Court that the term "redskin" disparages Native Americans", the group said in a written statement.

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  • Construction materials crash through Queens building
Construction materials crash through Queens building

Fire officials say the building was undergoing renovation when material from a crane fell, injuring the workers. The ground floor of the building appeared to be covered in heavy debris - bricks, concrete, boards and other objects. Fire officials said that neither a crane nor a crane boom collapsed. The construction materials punched through the roo...

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  • Top court to hear case that could reshape US political map
Top court to hear case that could reshape US political map

Republicans argue that the results of the districts are hard to keep equal since Democrats tend to congregate together in the big cities. Steve Vladeck, CNN Supreme Court analyst and professor of law at the University of Texas School of Law, told CNN that this case could have "enormous ramifications".

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  • Californians Urged To Conserve Electricity Amid Heat Wave — Flex Alert
Californians Urged To Conserve Electricity Amid Heat Wave — Flex Alert

The weather service issued stern warnings about guarding against the heat. The state ISO is hoping to avoid strain on the power grid as temperatures rise in the afternoon and people crank up air conditioners. "The extended heat wave will also bring elevated fire danger". Far interior areas like the Antelope Valley might reach 110, according to ...

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  • Secrecy in lawmaking hardly new — INSIDE WASHINGTON
Secrecy in lawmaking hardly new — INSIDE WASHINGTON

That has frustrated people in Washington and in lawmakers' home districts. First, Democrats are trying to stall all Senate business to protest what they call shameful and secret Republican negotiations. So he says there shouldn't be any surprises. Here's Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski. "Until I see the bill and the [Congressional Budget Offi...

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  • Jos Buttler's incredible six helps England to Champions Trophy win
Jos Buttler's incredible six helps England to Champions Trophy win

It was at Cardiff , now a much-changed ground, where Bangladesh caused arguably the biggest of all ODI upsets by beating a powerful Australia side back in 2005. Asked what approach his side will take into the Australia match, given they have now won Group A, Morgan replied: "A very serious attitude". "We go into every game looking to win".

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  • Mueller should conduct impartial investigation
Mueller should conduct impartial investigation

The New York Times reported Monday that Corallo's recent tweets have included praise for Mueller and a suggestion that Vice President Mike Pence should be the Republican nominee in 2020. I don't tell him what to write or not write. Then, Sekulow continued, Trump took their recommendations to remove Comey, and "now according to The Washi...

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  • Senate Republicans Edge Closer to a Deal on Health Care
Senate Republicans Edge Closer to a Deal on Health Care

Sen. Bernie SandersBernie SandersDemocrats - a party in search of an agenda Sanders concerned Trump tried to "derail" Russian Federation probe Senate GOP paves way for ObamaCare repeal bill MORE (I-Vt.), however, countered that the Senate parliamentarian had only made a decision about a provision in the House bill , not the entire legislation....

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  • Government can't block Washington Redskins' controversial nickname
Government can't block Washington Redskins' controversial nickname

But the government refused to register the mark, on the ground that the band name disparages persons of Asian descent. But the bandmembers said they wanted to "reclaim" the term and wear it as a "badge of pride"... The team's trademark registration was canceled in 2014 after decades of use. When he had first filed the case, he had lost several lega...

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  • OMG there might be a Pretty Little Liars spin-off
OMG there might be a Pretty Little Liars spin-off

Marlene King] did". Marlene King has again shown us there's light at the end of the tunnel by hinting that a PLL character spin-off might be in the works . " I love her character! ". "I think you have so many places you could go because [she has] such a messed up past", said Lucy Hale, while Sasha noted that "as much as [Alison's] grown, she...

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