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    BURLINGTON (CBS) – A boil water order has been lifted in Burlington two days after E. coli was discovered in water samples. The Burlington Department of Public Works and the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection announced they performed 37 confirmatory tests of water samples throughout town and determined there was no E. coli in the water. BOIL WATER IS LIFTED....
    Law enforcement officials in rural Oregon have asked residents to shelter in place as they comb nearby woods for a “dangerous” suspect wanted in a triple homicide. The unidentified man is suspected of running over two people near a casino Friday, killing one of them. His murderous rampage allegedly continued as he gunned down another victim inside a marijuana shop...
    RESIDENTS living on an estate in Wales are fighting a rat invasion - after mountains of trash dumped by fly-tippers attracted a huge swarm of the rodents. Locals in Newport say numbers of the whopping creatures surged when the council stopped cutting the grass for 'no-mow May'. 4Fly-tippers dumped a mountain of rubbish outside homes on a Welsh estateCredit: Media...
    By Victoria Franco | Bay City News Foundation The West Nile virus was detected in three separate samples of mosquitos found in Stockton on Friday, according to the San Joaquin County Mosquito and Vector Control District. The district said their mosquito surveillance system discovered the virus from mosquito samples found in the 95207 and 95209 zip codes. “Our surveillance system...
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    Texas residents say the temperature on their 'smart' web-connected thermostats was changed without their permission after the state's electricity operators had warned of another round of power shortages amid a heat wave. The thermostats were raised to 78 degrees without their knowledge - sometimes even as families slept in the middle of the night. The Big Brother temperature manipulation comes...
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Flames and a towering smoke plume billowed out of the top of a six-story apartment building Saturday morning in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood as a 1-alarm fire erupted inside the building. San Francisco fire officials reported the blaze at the Sierra Madre Apartments in the 400 block of Leavenworth St. at around 6:30 a.m. READ...
    A Los Gatos nonprofit is hosting a festival June 26-27 focusing on the importance of understanding the cultures and histories of the people who make up the South Bay. The newly formed nonprofit AWỌ is putting on the inaugural HUEmankind Fest. The nonprofit gets its name from Nigeria’s Yoruba language — awọ means both “skin” and “color” — and aims...
    For much of the pandemic, the San Francisco Bay Area managed to limit the spread of the coronavirus far more dramatically than Los Angeles County, which ended up as one of the nation’s hardest-hit regions. But in a sign of its dramatic recovery, L.A. County reported about two COVID-19 deaths a day over the past week, down from a...
    SAN JOSE (KPIX) — The Bay Area’s largest county is pulling out all the stops to reach herd immunity and offering its residents incentives if they get the COVID-19 vaccine. As of Friday, Santa Clara County reported that 79.7 percent of its eligible residents have received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and 70.8 percent are fully vaccinated. “There’s...
    BEL AIR, LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- A nude homeless man was taken into custody after being captured on home surveillance video breaking into a Bel Air home, and allegedly killing the family's pet birds.The suspect, identified as 34-year-old Paul Kiyan, was arrested around 2:40 p.m. Thursday in the 1000 block of Casiano Road, according to Los Angeles police.Police say Kiyan...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — It’s happening again. Trash and recycling is piling up in neighborhoods across Philadelphia. Over the past two weeks, residents are once again experiencing significant lapses in their garbage and recycling pickup. It’s a very similar scene to one year ago during the height of the pandemic. READ MORE: Sixers Force Game 7 With Gritty Road Win Over...
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and a coalition of American mayors on Friday launched an initiative to work toward reparations for Blacks in an effort to recompense for slavery and centuries of systemic oppression."We've never had a serious solutions-oriented conversation about restitution to enslaved people or to their descendants. We've never adequately addressed the fact that...
    A new training facility proposal for the Atlanta Police Department has ignited controversy in the city, pitting environmental activists and defund the police protesters against law enforcement and their supporters.  Atlanta city council member Joyce M. Sheperd introduced an ordinance earlier in June to lease land to the Atlanta Police Foundation, a nonprofit that plans to build "a state-of-the-art Public...
    Despite the urging of residents, officials in a Northern California city this week voted not to allow the display of commemorative flags — including the rainbow Pride banner — at government buildings. The Roseville City Council on Wednesday voted 4 to 1 in favor of upholding the current practice, which limits city-owned properties to flying only U.S., California and Roseville...
    LACEY TOWNSHIP, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — A wandering peacock is the talk of the town in Lacey Township, New Jersey. As CBS2’s Meg Baker reported Friday, residents want to know where the exotic bird came from. READ MORE: Fathers Day Holds Special Significance For Long Island Family After Kidney Transplant Peaty the Peacock, or Mr. Peabody as come call him, is...
    California health officials on Friday introduced a system for residents to obtain a digital copy of their COVID-19 vaccine record, which can be used at businesses or events that require individuals to provide proof of vaccination. To access their information, residents can enter into a state website their name, date of birth and cell phone number or email address in...
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    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A Philadelphia City Councilmember steps in, trying to settle a neighborhood nuisance in Bridesburg. Apparently, the newest way to buy a car is causing parking problems. Neighbors blame a used car dealership based in Fishtown that is storing thousands of vehicles in Bridesburg. It has tractor-trailers traveling in and out of the neighborhood to move those cars...
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    California health officials on Friday unveiled a system for residents to obtain a digital copy of their COVID-19 vaccine record, allowing individuals to prove they are fully vaccinated if needed. The state's website instructs individuals to provide their name, date of birth and cell phone number or email address in order to get a QR code and digital copy of their...
    On Monday, June 14, 2021, the chemical plant Chemtool Inc caught fire in Rockton, Illinois. A mandatory evacuation was put into place for residents who lived within a mile radius of the plant. Today, four days later, residents can start to return home. “The test results indicating that residents can return safely to their home and resume some sense of...
    (CBS DETROIT) – The Farmington Hills/Farmington Emergency Preparedness Commission (EPC) is collaborating with the Farmington Hills Fire Department to offer an American Heart Association Heartsaver® Class, with instruction in CPR, AED (Automated External Defibrillator), and “Stop the Bleed” Tourniquet Training. Lt. Dan Wecker Conducts CPR Class | Credit: Gillian Pines “Stop the Bleed” is a national awareness campaign that encourages...
    FREDERICK, Md. (WJZ) — The Frederick County Sheriff’s Office is investigating after receiving a large number of calls about someone posing as a sheriff’s office leader and stating they have a warrant for the caller or someone in their family. The caller is then asking the person to pay for the warrant with gift cards or green dot cards and...
    CHICAGO (CBS) —The hum of chain saws buzzed on Friday morning. Crews are cleaning up fallen trees after a storm whipped through the Chicago area. READ MORE: Firefighters Battle Fire At Recycling Facility In Gary, Indiana CBS 2’s Mugo Odigwe reports on what the storm left behind. Part of a tree broke off because of the strong wind. It came...
    Areas of New York City with greater white populations had more COVID-19 vaccination sites than those with higher black or Hispanic populations, a new study finds. Researchers from the New York University Grossman School of Medicine looked at different districts in the borough of Brooklyn, and analyzed vaccine access along with racial demographics of each.     Districts with little to no white people...
    CHICAGO Mayor Lori Lightfoot has declared racism a public health crisis – and will give $10million in Covid money to fight it. The Democrat said on Thursday: "At almost every single point in our city's history, racism has taken a devastating toll on the health and wellbeing of our residents of color, especially those who are black...Ladies and gentlemen, it...
    A 4-alarm fire in Jersey City displaced 33 residents from 12 families Thursday night. The blaze ripped through a three-story multi-family home on Neptune Avenue starting at 10 p.m. Our disaster volunteers responded to a home #fire on Neptune Ave. in #JerseyCity, helping 33 people from 12 families, providing Red Cross emergency assistance for temporary lodging, food and clothing needs....
    Ohio’s governor announced the COVID-19 state of emergency would end Friday citing a decline in new cases and hospitalizations. Gov. Mike DeWine, who first declared the state of emergency in March 2020, said the declaration "really does not impact what we need to do" at this point in the pandemic.  DeWine said it had a very narrow meaning that enabled...
    (CNN)Editor's note: CNN is launching the Meanwhile in China newsletter on June 21, a three-times-a-week update exploring what you need to know about the country's rise and how it impacts the world. Sign up here.Within days, China will reach a staggering 1 billion doses in its Covid-19 vaccination drive -- a scale and speed unrivaled by any other country in...
                        Instead of calling 911 to report crime, Minneapolis residents are now being told to call 311 if the crime is not currently in progress or if it is non-violent. The 311 line is staffed by civilian city workers who will take complaints and file reports instead of having...
    ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. (CBS) — The Chicago Bears announced Thursday that they have placed a bid to buy Arlington International Racecourse. The Bears have flirted with the idea of moving the team out of Chicago before, and the Arlington Heights location has been rumored before. But this latest move, by far, has been the biggest step the Bears have taken...
    Residents of a Minneapolis neighborhood were unnerved Thursday morning after body parts believed to be from a White male in his 30s were found in two locations, according to a report. The remains were "fresh," not yet showing signs of decomposition, a police spokesman told FOX 9 of Minneapolis, adding that the case was being investigated as a homicide. The...
    DES PLAINES, Ill. (CBS) — A northwest suburban family was safe Thursday night after a car came barreling into their living room. The family was sitting on the sofa in the building at 8995 Kennedy Dr. in unincorporated Des Plaines when the car slammed through their apartment late Thursday afternoon. The car made impact just feet from where the mother,...
    People living in the New York City Greenwich Village neighborhood are begging police to end the nightly takeover of Washington Square Park, where revelers gather nightly to sell drugs, have sex, and even commit crimes. Hundreds of residents met with the New York City Police on Wednesday to ask for law enforcement to restore order to the neighborhood. “The criminality...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Families in one Bronx community are speaking out, saying streets overrun with trash and a major rat problem are robbing them of their quality of life. Rats are inherently part of city life as much as the noise, the traffic and the trash, but it’s that overflowing filth that people in the Claremont community say is...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Governor Gavin Newsom’s administration announced Thursday that beginning July 11, Californians receiving unemployment insurance will need to actively seek employment in order to keep getting benefits. The federal law requiring people to apply for jobs while on unemployment was temporarily waived during the pandemic due to the historic number of businesses ordered closed. Since March 2020, the...
    OAKLAND — Two West Oakland fires Thursday morning left a firefighter injured and three residents of a Victorian house displaced, authorities said. Officials said the firefighter sustained burns to his back while trying to control an RV fire that started about 3:41 a.m. Thursday in the 1800 block of Campbell Street. He was taken to a hospital for treatment and...
    Residents of the 11th District of the City of Los Angeles served notice on City Council member Mike Bonin on Tuesday that he is the subject of a recall effort, after growing backlash against his proposal to move homeless people to the beach. As Breitbart News has noted, Bonin faced increasing criticism in recent weeks after he suggested building “temporary”...
    Louisiana is offering a rewards program that includes cash prizes up to $1 million and scholarships as an incentive for more people to receive their COVID-19 vaccine, Democratic Gov. John Bel Edwards announced Thursday. The initiative, dubbed “Shot in a Million,” will provide 14 residents who get at least one vaccine shot with the opportunity to win rewards, WAFB reported....
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — It’s bustling, expensive, and popular for people both young and old. Now more people will land a chance to call East Liberty home. KDKA’s Meghan Schiller learned more affordable housing will soon pop up at the site of an empty parking lot, giving people of all income levels a chance to live near the action. READ MORE:...
    The Florida state clemency board on Wednesday voted to pardon all Florida residents who were arrested or fined for violating mask mandates imposed by local governments. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantisRon DeSantisDeSantis: Florida officers to respond to 'border security crisis' in Texas, Arizona Sanders 'delighted' DeSantis asked White House to import Canadian prescription drugs Conservative group launches organization billed as 'NRA for...
    In a week of milestones, California has hit another major turning point in the fight against the pandemic: More than 40 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have now been administered across the state. State officials announced the latest total, 40,098,803 doses, Thursday afternoon, two days after the economy was fully reopened. Officials and health experts have said California’s high...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A beloved doorman on the Upper West Side who is known for helping others is getting some kindness in return. An early morning fire in Concourse Village, the Bronx, gutted Kwame Kissi’s apartment. READ MORE: As Employers Seek Summer Workers, Bill Would Extend Hours Teens Could Work In New Jersey “I was sleeping and somebody was...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff HARRISBURG (KDKA) – The CDC’s eviction moratorium ends on June 30, making Tuesday a 30-day notice for renters. READ MORE: Body Found In Kiski Township A total of $847 million was distributed to the state’s 67 counties to help Pennsylvanians pay for rent and utilities. READ MORE: Former Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge Hospitalized After Stroke The...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Illinois has a new incentive to encourage people to get vaccinated against COVID-19 - and it gives residents a shot at winning up to $1 million.Gov. JB Pritzker announced "All In For The Win" Thursday, a vaccine sweepstakes offering up to $10 million in prizes.SEE ALSO | Illinois COVID vaccine map shows how many residents vaccinated by...
    A home in Legrad, Croatia. Reuters A Croatian town with a population of 2,241 is selling homes for $0.16 to attract new residents. The municipality of Legrad is also offering $3,979 to help buyers with home refurbishments. Buyers must be under 40 years old, financially solvent, and live there for at least 15 years. Visit Insider's homepage for...
    Racism against black Chicago residents constitutes a public health crisis within the city, Mayor Lori Lightfoot declared on Thursday. Lightfoot said in a press conference that it is “way past time that as a city” made the declaration, which followed the publication of a Tuesday report by the Chicago Department of Public Health reporting the difference in life expectancy...
    SONOMA COUNTY (CBS SF) – As the region faces its second dry year in a row, the Valley of the Moon Water District and the city of Sonoma are asking residents to cut back their water usage by 20 percent. Limited water supplies partially result from low reservoir levels at the Russian River, but Matt Fullner, district general manager for...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – After Hurricane Irma and during the height of the pandemic, Monroe County closed the Florida Keys to visitors and set up checkpoints that only allowed residents and business owners to enter. On Thursday, county leaders reminded residents that if they haven’t done so already, they should pick up a new re-entry window decal to be displayed on...