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Delaware nursing home locked down after shooting deaths of 79-year-old woman, 82-year-old man

A Delaware nursing home was locked down for nearly an hour Saturday as police investigated the shooting deaths of an 82-year-old man and a 79-year-old woman.

North Carolina father of 6 has neck broken by 'intense' wave, killing him in 'freak accident,' wife says

A North Carolina father of six died on Friday after he was struck by an "intense wave" that knocked him to the ground and broke his neck, according to his wife.

New Baltimore Police deputy commissioner, wife, robbed at gunpoint, officials say

One of the newest top additions to the Baltimore police department was robbed at gunpoint alongside his wife over the weekend, according to officials.

Severe storms leave hundreds of thousands without power across Wisconsin, Michigan

A series of powerful thunderstorms over the weekend across the Upper Midwest may have given a reprieve from heat wave gripping the eastern half the country has left hundreds of thousands without power across Michigan and Wisconsin and residents cleaning up the damage.

Florida woman accused of aggravated assault after being refused pizza slice

Police in Florida say a woman was arrested this week and accused of aggravated assault when she attacked another woman who denied her a slice of pizza.

Missing Minnesota toddler found cruising on toy tractor at county fair

A Minnesota family received a big scare on Thursday when they realized their two-year-old had gone missing, only to find out the young explorer escaped the confines of their home on a toy tracker, ending up at a local fair two blocks away.

Border agents use tear gas to stop nearly 50 undocumented migrants who stormed Rio Grande bridge

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents had to use tear gas and pepper spray early Saturday to stop nearly 50 “undocumented individuals” from illegally entering the U.S.

Illinois, Massachusetts police departments tell criminals to stay inside during heat wave

Criminal activity in suburbs of Chicago and Boston has been officially put on hold due to the extreme heat wave cooking much of the US.

Floatplane crash in Alaska leaves one person dead, child critically injured, officials say

One man is dead and another child was critically injured after a float plane in Alaska crashed Friday immediately after take off. 

South Dakota woman survives freak lawn mower accident that left her neck sliced open

A woman living in South Dakota miraculously survived a freak accident that left her neck sliced opened after an unknown object shot out of a lawn mower and struck her last week. 

Boy loses most of hand on 10th birthday after neighbor gives him lit firework: report

A young boy celebrating his 10th birthday was severely injured after a neighbor handed him a lit firework during his birthday party in California.

Heatwave across US could see feels-like temps reach triple digits this weekend, NWS warns

The National Weather Service (NWS) on Saturday warned of the “dangerous” heatwave that is slated to affect more than 200 million Americans from the Central U.S. to the East Coast. 

Ohio pharmaceutical distributor accused of flooding Appalachia with opioids

A criminal indictment this week accuses an Ohio pharmaceutical distributor of scheming to flood parts of rural Appalachia with millions of painkillers, contributing to the opioid epidemic.

Puerto Rico's governor goes AWOL as protesters gather outside his residence, US officials call to step down

Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló official residence remains under siege as hundreds of thousands of protesters gathered this week outside the La Fortaleza that serves as the governor’s official residence.

3 million gallons of 'untreated sewage' spill into Puget Sound after power outage, prompting beach closures

State officials in Washington are investigating after an estimated 3 million gallons of “untreated sewage” was dumped in the Puget Sound in just under 30 minutes Friday morning. 

School district warns parents: Pay lunch bill or kids may go into foster care

A Pennsylvania school district received backlash after warning parents their children could be removed from their homes and placed into foster care if overdue lunch bills are not paid.

Five Cubans discovered on makeshift sailboat in Florida Keys, US Coast Guard says

Members of the U.S. Coast Guard intercepted a makeshift sailboat off the coast of the Florida Keys on Friday afternoon and discovered five Cuban nationals on board, officials said.

Godiva customer sues, claims Belgian chocolates weren't made in Belgium

A Virginia man is suing candymaker Godiva Chocolatier for $74,000, claiming the Belgian chocolates he bought weren’t actually made in Belgium, according to a report.

Ben Kinchlow, longtime co-host of ‘The 700 Club,’ Air Force vet, dies at 82

Ben Kinchlow, the longtime co-host of “The 700 Club” who oversaw the show’s humanitarian relief agency, Operation Blessing, has died, the Christian Broadcasting Network announced this week. He was 82.

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