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Local Helicopter crew warns paddle-boarders about nearby sharks
Author: 0 Helicopter crew warns paddle-boarders about nearby sharks

The surfer kicked the shark out of the way, lifeguards said, but the surfer had a full profile view of the shark. The area was also put under shark advisory, according to an announcement by Camp Pendleton. Video from the Orange County Sheriff's Department helicopter showed the cluster Wednesday of the exotic, potentially deadly sea animals. Last month, a 33-year-old woman was attacked by a shark while swimming off a state beach in San Diego County.

Local California DUI suspect deported 15 times
Author: 0 California DUI suspect deported 15 times

He had been on his way home from a trip to Disneyland with his parents. The vehicle accident occurred Saturday in San Diego's San Ysidro district, as Lennox Lake and his parents were returning from Disneyland, according to NBC San Diego.

Local Police identify slain Arkansas sheriff's deputy
Author: 0 Police identify slain Arkansas sheriff's deputy

Bowden had been barricaded inside a residence on a rural road in Yell County with a woman who may have been a hostage, Arkansas Police spokesman Bill Sadler told a news conference. This information has not been confirmed by any law enforcement agency. The graduate of Russellville High School he had also worked for Arkansas Tech and as security police in the U.S.

Local Price defends cutting nearly $1 trillion from Medicaid
Author: 0 Price defends cutting nearly $1 trillion from Medicaid

MacArthur wrote an amendment that satisfied some lawmaker's concerns about how the bill would treat people with pre-existing medical conditions. Governors on both sides of the aisle are warily watching the Republican health care bill move through Congress, anxious over potentially significant cuts to Medicaid funding.

Author: 0 May 18 memorial ceremony to honor fallen officers

Family, friends, and colleagues gathered to honor police officers who have lost their lives serving the city of Nashville today. The Rev. Charlie Adams will lead the service. Floyd, Memorial Fund President and CEO. Woodmont Baptist Church will be hosting a Law Enforcement Appreciation Luncheon from noon to 2 p.m. today to kick off the local activities.

Local Trump signs order to let churches engage more in politics
Author: 0 Trump signs order to let churches engage more in politics

But it does not provide what many religious groups were hoping for and what many secular groups feared: There is no exemption from anti-discrimination laws for those who object to LGBT issues on moral or religious grounds. Calling the measure "an elaborate photo-op with no discernible policy outcome" the left-leaning legal non-profit rescinded its previous threats due to the fact that the EO doesn't really do much of anything to substantively protect religious freedom.

Local Aetna becomes latest insurer to flee ACA exchanges
Author: 0 Aetna becomes latest insurer to flee ACA exchanges

Insurers like UnitedHealth Group have scaled back on their offerings, and earlier this year , Humana announced plans to pull out of all ACA exchange markets in 2018. Jetter says the bill passed in the U.S. House can resolve the death spiral that some insurance companies are facing today. Aetna said it had 964,000 individual commercial plan members as of the end of 2016, but that number dropped to 255,000 at the end of March.

Local 8 injured, gunman dead in San Diego shooting
Author: 0 8 injured, gunman dead in San Diego shooting

Chief Shelley Zimmerman said Monday that the shooter, 49-year-old Peter Selis, was speaking with his ex-girlfriend on his cell phone during the rampage because he wanted her to hear the carnage. "Our city rejects this senseless violence". "Based on the information we have gathered so far.it is very clear that Selis was very despondent over the break up of his girlfriend", said Mrs Zimmerman.

Author: 0 Tillerson: US reviewing climate change policy

Secretary Rex Tillerson in Fairbanks, Alaska for the eight-nation gathering, representing the Trump Administration. Pat Lambert, a retired University of Alaska math professor, attended the rally because he believes climate change is a serious problem.

Author: 0 Phoenix police announce arrest in serial street shootings

During his initial court appearance Saucedo told the judge he is innocent. On Monday, authorities in Arizona announced that they had arrested a 23-year-old man in what came to be known as the Serial Street Shooter case. Authorities on Monday said Aaron Saucedo faces homicide charges in connection with a case police have said was the work of a serial killer. Saucedo pleaded not guilty to that charge.

Author: 0 Health care debate shifting over to Senate

Democrat Bill Pascrell of New Jersey says it could be costly for patients in the Garden State. Shortly after being diagnosed with type I diabetes, Amanda Perkins learned about the perils of pre-existing conditions when she starting trying to buy health insurance.

Local Nixon Library weighs in: Comey firing '#notNixonian'
Author: 0 Nixon Library weighs in: Comey firing '#notNixonian'

We found that there are Justice Department policies against interfering with elections, including being sensitive about releasing information regarding active investigations. Some lawmakers welcomed news of the dismissal. "Rep. Justin Amash of MI, a leader of the House Freedom Caucus, tweeted that his staff was preparing legislation to establish an independent commission on Russian Federation", while Senator John McCain of Arizona said the firing "confirms the need and the urgency" for such ...

Author: 0 Trump to announce federal court nominees

District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City. Last year, national media outlets included University of Kansas alumnus David Stras on a shortlist of potential nominees to the U.S. For example, in Boumediene v. Bush , Justice Kennedy wrote a 5-4 decision joined by the Court's moderates that struck down key parts of a Bush administration-supported law and ruled that prisoners detained at Guantanamo can file habeas corpus claims in federal court to challenge detention.

Author: 0 Ann Coulter goes ballistic over canceled Berkeley speech

Coulter, one of America's best-known and most provocative pundits on the political right, said on Wednesday that she no longer meant to defy university officials by addressing UC Berkeley students on campus this week. Berkeley's reputation as one of the country's most liberal universities, in one of America's most liberal cities, has made it a flashpoint for the nation's political divisions in the era of Donald Trump.

Author: 0 Trump signs religious liberty order

A statement released with the order said that "it shall be the policy of the executive branch to vigorously enforce Federal law's robust protections for religious freedom", while the president said that he would instruct the Justice Department to come up with a set of regulations to set a precedent for that process.

Local EPA's Scott Pruitt removes 5 scientists from Board of Scientific Counselors
Author: 0 EPA's Scott Pruitt removes 5 scientists from Board of Scientific Counselors

The news, quietly announced on Friday, affects the EPA's 18-member Board of Scientific Counselors, which reviews the agency's own research in an effort to "sustain and enhance the quality of science". Or is it more akin to appointing judges who were once thieves, because they better understand the impact of sentences on the sentenced community? The EPA statement said Pruitt will continue to consult with the agency's ethics counsel to ensure there is no question of impropriety in how it ...

Local Motive unclear for University of Texas stabbings
Author: 0 Motive unclear for University of Texas stabbings

Carter said that it's believed White was suffering from mental health issues and that he was recently involuntarily committed in another city. He did not elaborate. "He grabbed him by the shoulder and shoved the knife in it". Austin police said they arrived at the University of Texas around 1:50 p.m. Carter said, "The officer observed the individual walking away from an individual who was down on the ground".

Local Texas House OKs giving adoption agencies 'religious refusal'
Author: 0 Texas House OKs giving adoption agencies 'religious refusal'

South Dakota passed similar legislation in March but it's too soon to measure its practical effects. House Republicans have largely supported the bill, whereas Democratic opposition fears that Christian political beliefs against LGBTQ and non-Christian families could lead to a heavy bias in favor of placing children in Christian households.

Local Trump eyes embrace of base as he marks tough first 100 days
Author: 0 Trump eyes embrace of base as he marks tough first 100 days

Declaring himself "thrilled" to be far from "the Washington swamp" and the "very boring" dinner, the president sneered at "fake news" CNN and the "failing" New York Times . Not only will the President snub the big Beltway press party - the White House Correspondents' Dinner - Trump is setting up a prime-time, split-screen television clash with the event.

Local James Comey Fired Letter: Read Why He Was Terminated
Author: 0 James Comey Fired Letter: Read Why He Was Terminated

The two met after Trump's meeting with Russia's foreign minister, Sergei Lavrov. "If there was ever a time when circumstances warranted a special prosecutor, it is right now", Schumer said Wednesday morning. CNN anchor Chris Cuomo had pointed out that the sudden firing of Comey came as the FBI's counterintelligence investigation into Russia's interference with the 2016 USA presidential election is heating up.

Author: 0 Wenger says exit from Champions League wouldn't harm contract talks

Europa League semi-finalists, Manchester United suffered a 2-0 defeat to Arsenal at the Emirates on Sunday afternoon, with Grant Xhaka and Danny Welbeck getting on the scoresheet. However, Wenger believes that at the moment it is not going to have any detrimental effect on contract negotiations between the club and the players if they miss out on Champions League football.

Author: 0 Trump 'not happy' with Dems' victory lap on budget bill

President Donald Trump speaks at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and Expo Center in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. "We brought lawmakers together from both sides of the aisle to deliver a budget that funds the rebuilding of the United States military, makes historic investments in border security, and provides health care for our miners and school choice for our disadvantaged children".

Author: 0 Phoenix serial killing suspect arrested in deaths of 9

The youngest of his alleged victims was 12-year-old Maleah Ellis, who was killed on June 12, 2016, with her mom, Stefanie Ellis, and family friend Angela Linner. Tips from the community - about 3,300 in all - ultimately led police to Saucedo, Williams said. Three thousand, five hundred calls came into the Phoenix Police Department regarding a man believed to be the Serial Street Shooter , the gunman behind the fatal drive-by shootings of nine people , a string of killings without an ...

Local DeVos delivering commencement speed despite unrest
Author: 0 DeVos delivering commencement speed despite unrest

At one point University President Edison Jackson took hold of the mic, warning students to settle down. "You don't even know the history of HBCUs, how are you going to encourage us for the future", she said . "I'm a student, I'm about to be a junior at Bethune-Cookman", said Bobby Luke. School choice seems to be the crux of the problem most students have with Ms DeVos.

Local Students skip the bus on Bike to School Day
Author: 0 Students skip the bus on Bike to School Day

North Carolina is the the ninth most populous US state and ranks second in the number of registered Bike to School Day events. May 10 is National Bike to School Day. Ten regional coordinators are working to make it easier for elementary and middle school students around the state to safely bike and walk, both to and at school.

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