Northern California wildfire: 3 dead, thousands flee

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Northern California‘s wine country was on fire again Monday as strong winds fanned flames in the already scorched region, destroying homes and prompting orders for nearly 70,000 people to evacuated. Meanwhile, three people died in a separate fire further north in the state. In Sonoma County, residents of the Oakmont Gardens senior living facility in Santa Rosa boarded brightly lit city buses in the darkness overnight, some wearing bathrobes and using walkers. They wore masks to protect against the coronavirus as orange flames marked the dark…

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Live Updates: 3 dead in California as wildfires continue to rage

Fires in Northern California killed three people, destroyed homes, and prompted thousands to evacuate in a state already impacted by wildfires in recent months. Shasta County Sheriff Eric Magrini said three people died as a result of the Zogg Fire, which spread over 23 square miles by Monday and saw more than 1,200 people evacuated in Shasta County. The fast-moving Glass Fire in Napa County also erupted on Sunday, with the cause for both fires under investigation. Follow below for the latest updates on the wildfires. Mobile users click here. Source

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Live Updates: 3 dead in California as wildfires continue to rage

Fires in Northern California killed three people, destroyed homes, and prompted thousands to evacuate in a state already impacted by wildfires in recent months. Shasta County Sheriff Eric Magrini said three people died as a result of the Zogg Fire, which spread over 23 square miles by Monday and saw more than 1,200 people evacuated in Shasta County. The fast-moving Glass Fire in Napa County also erupted on Sunday, with the cause for both fires under investigation. Follow below for the latest updates on the wildfires. Mobile users click here. Source

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Kentucky AG to release grand jury deliberations in Breonna Taylor case: report

The Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron’s office reportedly said Monday that it would release the recordings from the grand jury deliberations in the Breonna Taylor case later this week after a lawsuit was filed by an unnamed juror to make the details public. Elizabeth Kuhn, a spokeswoman from Cameron’s office, said in an email to the New York Times that the recordings will be released by Wednesday and the office has “no concerns with grand jurors sharing their thoughts on our presentation because we are confident in the case we…

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Good Samaritan turns in wallet, leading to arrest of Central Florida man for meth trafficking

An alleged meth trafficker was arrested after a good Samaritan turned in the suspect’s wallet to police in Florida, according to a report. Sean Michael Edwards, 36, was arrested Sept. 21 for trafficking methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, maintaining a vehicle with the purpose of keeping or selling a controlled substance and an additional misdemeanor of driving a motorcycle without a license. Edwards, now in Polk County Jail in lieu of a bond of $111,750, was arrested allegedly with $3,132 in cash and a plastic bag of…

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Pennsylvania mom, daughter plead guilty in murders of 5 family members

A Philadelphia-area mother and daughter have pleaded guilty to killing five family members — including three children — over two days in their apartment last year, authorities said Monday. Shana Selena Decree, 47, and her 21-year-old daughter Dominique Kiaran Decree will serve five consecutive life sentences after pleading guilty but mentally ill to five counts of first-degree murder and one count of criminal conspiracy, the Bucks County District Attorney’s Office said. Shana Decree, 47, left, and her daughter Dominique Decree, 21. The mother and her adult daughter were sentenced Monday to…

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Woman’s profanity-filled meltdown on flight to Detroit caught on camera

A woman’s meltdown on a Michigan-bound flight was caught on camera in a video obtained by World Star Hip Hop on Sunday. Footage shows the passenger yelling and pounding the overhead luggage compartment while standing on top of two armrests in the aisle of a plane headed to Detroit. MAN WRESTLES KOREAN AIR PASSENGER WHO TRIED TO STORM COCKPIT: ‘IT WAS JUST BEDLAM’ The distressed passenger is donning a surgical face mask pulled below her chin as she proceeds to throw a tantrum that does not appear to be directed at anyone specific. The passenger…

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Mayor Bill de Blasio side-swiped by e-scooter in Manhattan

Mayor Bill de Blasio was side-swiped by an electric scooter in Lower Manhattan on Monday — but escaped the debacle without injury, The Post has learned. The mayor was walking along the crosswalk at Pearl Street and Water Street around 10:15 a.m. when a man on an e-scooter ran into his arm, sources said. NYC MAYOR ANNOUNCES MORE FURLOUGHS THAT WILL AFFECT 9,000 WORKERS AMID BUDGET CRISIS The rider — who had his 7-year-old daughter on the scooter with him — wasn’t wearing a helmet and suffered minor injuries, according…

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Grand juror in Breonna Taylor case files lawsuit to release case transcript so justice may prevail’

A grand juror in the Breonna Taylor case is requesting the release of records and transcripts of the proceedings so “the truth may prevail” after the panel opted to indict just one of the three police officers involved in the botched drug raid that led to her death. The suit — filed Monday by an unnamed juror who seeks to remain anonymous — also asks that the jurors be allowed to speak freely about the case. “There is compelling public interest for these proceedings to be released of a magnitude the…

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Seattle police to make staffing changes following violent weekend of vandalism

Seattle’s interim police chief, Adrian Diaz, is making changes after a violent weekend of vandalism throughout the city as protestors express their anger and disagreement with the grand jury decision in the Breonna Taylor case. LOUISVILLE COP IN BREONNA TAYLOR SHOOTING PLEADS NOT GUILTY Police made at least 10 arrests Saturday evening when protests devolved into chaos and violence as demonstrators set fires and damaged property and allegedly committed assaults in the Capitol Hill neighborhood. Diaz told KOMO News in an interview that the violence has to stop. “These calls for change are being drowned out by relentless violence, mayhem…

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