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Effective: June 26, 2019 at 10:01amExpires: June 27, 2019 at 2:00pmTarget Area: Davison; Hanson

Deputy recounts dramatic night he rescued newborn baby girl left in plastic bag

Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office(ATLANTA) — A Georgia family and local sheriff’s deputy are opening up about the “emotional” moment they rescued an unidentified baby girl who was abandoned in a plastic shopping bag. The baby, temporarily named India, was found in good condition in a somewhat isolated, wooded area of Forsyth County on the night …

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Google Maps shortcut in Colorado turns into ‘muddy mess’ with ‘a hundred cars’

iStock(DENVER) — A shortcut to the Denver International Airport turned into a “muddy mess” on Sunday for dozens of drivers who were following directions from Google Maps. Connie Monsees of Highlands Ranch, Colorado, was on her way to pick up her husband when she hit a traffic jam on Pena Boulevard. She pulled out her …

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Kim Kardashian West’s shapewear brand “Kimono” faces backlash

Karwai Tang/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — Kim Kardashian West’s new Kimono Solutionwear shapewear brand is already facing backlash for its controversial name. The new collection was created for women to confidently and comfortably enhance body shape and curve. There are nine different shades that range from sizes XXS – 4XL. “I would always cut up my …

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Indiana State Board of Animal Health meeting

Brownfield Anchor/Reporter Amie Simpson will be on the ground in Indianapolis July 9 for the Indiana State Board of Animal Health meeting. Continue reading Indiana State Board of Animal Health meeting at Brownfield Ag News.      

Supreme Court strikes down Tennessee liquor sales law in win for big retailers

Bill Oxford/iStock(WASHINGTON) — The Supreme Court on Wednesday struck down strict residency requirements for retailers of beer, wine and liquor in Tennessee, clearing the way for more retail options for consumers and, potentially, lower prices. Justice Samuel Alito, writing for the 7-2 majority, called Tennessee’s two-year residency requirement, and similar restrictions nationwide, unconstitutional because it …

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Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan are heading to Africa this fall

Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images(LONDON) — Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, are heading to Africa. The royals and new parents to son Archie will visit South Africa this fall. Nigel Casey, the British High Commissioner to South Africa, confirmed Harry and Meghan’s visit Wednesday while delivering remarks at a reception in Pretoria, …

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Delta offering waivers for travel to Punta Cana ‘due to recent events’

Boarding1Now/iStock(NEW YORK) — Delta Air Lines is offering waivers to passengers who are flying to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic this summer. Delta says the waiver is being offered “due to recent events” and applies to travel through Aug. 15. While the airline did not specify what those “recent events” are, the news comes after a …

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Improving the stability of your soil

Establishing ground cover is an effective conservation practice, but a soil health specialist reminds farmers that isn’t the only step to improve soil health. In this Managing for Profit, Doug Peterson with the Natural Resources Conservation Service will highlight the benefits of good aggregate stability and outline the best practices to consider for the health …

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Local Sports for Wednesday June 26th

Every team gages their season on how they play against the powerful Rapid City Post 22 American Legion baseball team for sure.  Although the Hardhats are not what they once were back when the late Dave Ploof was the head coach, they are still solid.  Mitchell Post 18 struggled to get on base and move …

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American tourists vanish at sea while jet skiing in Barbados: Police

FourOaks/iStock(NEW YORK) — Authorities are searching for a pair of tourists from New Jersey who vanished while jet skiing in Barbados, police said Tuesday. Oscar Suarez, 32, and Magdalena Devil, 25, disappeared Monday at around 2:30 p.m. after renting a jet ski at Holetown Beach on the island’s western coast, according to police. They were …

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Fifth police officer fatally shot in last eight days across US

amphotora/iStock(AVON, Ill.) — A sheriff’s deputy was shot and killed in Illinois on Tuesday evening — the fifth law enforcement officer shot and killed in just eight days across the country. Troy Chisum, 39, was shot at about 2 p.m. in Avon, Illinois, about an hour west of Peoria, while responding to a battery and …

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Three dead, including suspect, after shooting at California Ford dealership

kali9/iStock(MORGAN HILL, Calif.) — Three people, including the suspected gunman, died at a Ford dealership in Northern California on Tuesday night, police said. Authorities responded to the Morgan Hill Ford Dealership just after 6 p.m. and found two employees with gunshot wounds, according to a statement from the Morgan Hill Police Department. Both men later …

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California mother arrested after son kills other twin

BlakeDavidTaylor/iStock(LOS ANGELES) — A 45-year-old woman has been arrested in California after one of her twin sons shot and killed the other as they played around with a handgun. Gabriela Keeton was being held on suspicion of felony child endangerment, ABC Los Angeles station KABC-TV reported on Tuesday. Police said Keeton’s 12-year-old boys, home alone, …

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Authorities seize 20 tons of cannabis in massive California bust

Santa Barbara County Sheriffs Office(SANTA BARBARA, Calif.) — Around 350,000 plants and 20 tons of processed cannabis have been seized by a sheriff in California. The bust was so massive, it took authorities four days to complete, according to the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office, which directed the Cannabis Compliance Team to conduct the seizure …

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Chinese scholar killer heard confessing to killing her, compares himself to Ted Bundy on tape

Courtesy of Christine Cornell(CHICAGO) — The killer of a young Chinese visiting scholar who was studying at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign (U of I) can be heard chuckling in an audio recording obtained by ABC News after he says that he “hit her with a baseball bat” and decapitated her. Brendt Christensen, a now-30-year-old …

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As US sanctions hit Iran, residents complain of medicine shortages

Spencer Platt/Getty Images(TEHRAN, Iran) — Ghader Daemi Aghdam, an Iranian doctor and head of a pharmacy in the capital, Tehran, sat in his office, avoiding the chaos at the reception desk where patients were complaining that their prescriptions for medicine were not being filled. “Out of every 20 people, we have to tell at least …

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Bill passes with no funding for USDA KC relocation

The Kansas City Star says the appropriations bill that passed the Democrat-controlled House this afternoon contains no funding for the USDA to move two of its agencies to the Kansas City area. An amendment to strike language in the bill prohibiting the relocation of the ERS and NIFA failed. The bill awards funding for the …

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Lean hog futures bounce higher

At the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, live cattle futures ended the day mostly higher ahead of widespread direct cash business and steady retail beef prices.  Feeder cattle futures closed mostly lower on long-term demand concerns and the mixed corn trade.  August live cattle closed $.82 higher at $103.25 and October live cattle closed $.82 higher at …

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Wisconsin fire at multi-family building kills 6, including 4 children: Coroner

MattGush/iStock(AINSWORTH, Wisc.) — A fire at a multi-family building in Wisconsin has killed six people, including four children, according to officials. The children’s ages ranged between 10 months and 7 years old, Langlade County Coroner Larry Shadick told ABC News. The adults who died were male and female, Shadick said. The fire began at the …

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