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Body of missing Arizona teen found days after being swept away in floodwaters, authorities say

Arizona teen swept away in floodwaters before rescuers could reach her; search underway

The body of a missing Arizona teen has been found days after she was swept away in rising floodwaters during an attempted rescue, authorities said Wednesday. Faith Moore, 16, was found dead alongside the Verde River near Cottonwood following a massive four-day search that involved hundreds of community members and multiple law enforcement agencies, Cottonwood police announced at a…

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New restrictions on Washington state police may lead to spike in crime

New restrictions on Washington state police may lead to spike in crime

As the most sweeping police reform in the nation takes effect in Washington state over a year after the death of George Floyd, law enforcement agencies outside of Seattle are arguing new restrictions set on officers when interacting with the public may further incentivize criminal activity.  The nearly a dozen bills, passed by a legislature controlled by Democrats and…

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Severe storms moving into the Northeast

Severe storms moving into the Northeast

Excessive Heat Warnings and Heat Advisories are widespread across the Plains across the Mississippi Valley and into the Southeast as high temperatures climb into the 90s and 100s.   The heat and humidity also have prompted warnings for the Northwest.  Widespread severe storms that brought damage reports to the Midwest and Great Lakes will move into the Ohio Valley…

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Two groups of eligible 9/11 survivors, families face deadline to register with Victim Compensation Fund

Two groups of eligible 9/11 survivors, families face deadline to register with Victim Compensation Fund

Thursday marks the last day that two eligible groups of people can register with the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund (VCF) based on previously diagnosed illnesses related to the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attack on the World Trade Center. Families of 9/11 survivors who died before July 29, 2019, due to an illness resulting from their exposure to toxins at…

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Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate draws postal union backlash

Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate draws postal union backlash

Good morning and welcome to Fox News First. Here’s what you need to know as you start your day … Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate draws postal union backlashThe influential American Postal Workers Union on Wednesday said that at this point, it opposes a coronavirus vaccine mandate from the Biden administration but encouraged workers to voluntarily take the jabs.  “While the APWU…

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Possible ‘jet pack man’ spotted near Los Angeles airport: reports

Possible ‘jet pack man’ spotted near Los Angeles airport: reports

Another suspected sighting of a “jet pack man” was reported near Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) on Wednesday night, according to reports. A pilot flying near the airport alerted air traffic control, which passed along the information to other pilots, KABC-TV of Los Angeles reported. Officials with the Federal Aviation Administration confirmed that a report had been made, the…

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Robinhood prices IPO at $38 per share raising $2B

Robinhood prices IPO at $38 per share raising $2B

Check out what’s clicking on FoxBusiness.com. Robinhood Markets Inc. will begin trading as a public company on Thursday following the pricing of its initial public offering. The company says it priced 55 million shares at $38 a share, which comes in at the low end of the $38 to $42 offering range. GET FOX BUSINESS ON THE GO BY…

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Lake Tahoe: 6 confirmed dead in plane crash

Lake Tahoe: 6 confirmed dead in plane crash

Six deaths have been confirmed in the crash of a twin-engine jet near a golf course in the Lake Tahoe area, authorities said Wednesday. The Nevada County Sheriff’s Office said all those aboard the Bombardier CL 600 died when it crashed Monday in a heavily wooded area near the Ponderosa Golf Course in Truckee, near the Northern California border…

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Los Angeles city council passes ordinace limiting homeless encampments amid frustration from residents

Los Angeles city council passes ordinace limiting homeless encampments amid frustration from residents

Los Angeles city leaders approved a sweeping ordinance Wednesday that would restrict homeless encampments in certain areas as the issue continues to become a flashpoint in parts of the city overrun with tents, crime, trash and other quality of life issues.  The City Council voted 13-2 to endorse the measure, with Councilmembers Nithya Raman and Mike Bonin opposing. Mayor…

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