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Florence floodwaters breach dam at power plant; coal ash could spill

Duke Energy said Friday that a dam containing a large lake at Wilmington, North Carolina, power plant has been breached by floodwaters from Florence, and it’s possible coal ash from ...
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Tariffs could mean a 2M drop in car sales and cost 715,000 jobs

The impact of President Donald Trump’s escalating tit-for-tat over tariffs is already being felt, say auto industry experts. New car prices are beginning to rise, and auto exports are dropping ...
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101-year-old resident treasures her memories of old Mecca

Maria de la Luz Carrillo pets her dog Chispa, translated as Spark, with such love and care. With a huge smile on her face, she manages to make a few ...
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Man caught shaving on train in viral video tells his side of the story

A man who was mocked online after he was recorded shaving at his seat on a commuter train headed out of New York City said he was just trying to ...
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Suspect accused of killing Sacramento County deputy identified

A Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department deputy was shot and killed Monday after responding to a call in Rancho Cordova. The suspect in the shooting has been identified as Anton Lemon ...
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Betty White, 96, steals the show, earns standing ovation at Emmys

The very first Emmy Awards ceremony took place 69 years ago, and while that means the honors are now older than the vast majority of the stars who attend them, that’s not ...
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FEMA’s ‘Presidential Alert’ test postponed as some Americans want to disconnect

Plenty of Americans aren’t terribly keen to be receiving text messages from the president, even in an emergency. And they’ll have a reprieve, if only briefly. The Federal Emergency Management Agency, ...
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100 pounds of pot wash ashore on Florida beaches

About 100 pounds of marijuana have washed ashore on beaches on Florida’s Atlantic coast in just a few days. Authorities say the bundles of marijuana have washed ashore over several ...
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Gov. Jerry Brown to launch satellite to track greenhouse gas emissions

California Gov. Jerry Brown started the week by signing a pair of actions to get his state to use nothing but electric power drawn from green sources like wind and ...
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The animal rescuers of Florence: Dogs saved from submerged crate, pets shuttled away in a bus

When two volunteer rescuers responding to Florence in North Carolina helped free six dogs from a crate submerged in floodwaters on Sunday, they didn’t do it for attention, but attention ...
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Animal-Lovers Unite, Save Dogs from Hurricane

A South Carolina woman who was planning to ride out Hurricane Florence because she couldn’t evacuate with her seven rescue dogs has found a way out. Palm Springs radio host, ...
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Hurricane Florence barrels toward US Southeast with ‘potential for unbelievable damage’

Hurricane Florence is rapidly intensifying and could strike a direct and dangerous blow anywhere from the Carolinas to the Mid-Atlantic region later this week. “This will likely be the storm ...
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White man pulls gun in confrontation with black Florida A&M students, police investigating

Tallahassee Police are investigating an incident that allegedly occurred Saturday night in which four black Florida A&M University students said they were harassed by a white man who brandished a ...
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New lawsuit alleges Larry Nassar drugged, raped and impregnated teen at Michigan State

A new lawsuit alleges that Michigan State University officials were made aware of a videotaped rape of an underage girl by Dr. Larry Nassar but covered it up, told a ...
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Move towards 100% renewable energy consumption promises more jobs

Evan Sanders carefully pressed some buttons prompting a power grid to expand its solar panels and showcase some small fans designed to test wind powers. This top notch technology that ...
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Hurricane Maria kills 2,975; Puerto Rico updates official death toll

An estimated 2,975 people died in Puerto Rico in the five months after Hurricane Maria devastated the island last September, a far higher number than the government’s official death toll ...
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A School Janitor Couldn’t Afford His Dream Sneakers, So a Student Gifted Him a Pair

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Church in Mecca prepares festival to kick off Hispanic Heritage Month

El Santuario de la Virgen de Guadalupe, a Catholic church in Mecca is hosting its inaugural festival to celebrate the independence of Mexico and several Latin American countries. Father Francisco ...
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Mural empowers Latino Queer Youth

Each brushstroke on a mural showcased at the Desert AIDS Project in Palm Springs carries a special meaning for queer youth in the Coachella Valley. The Aztec mythology behind each ...
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