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  • Teen must pay $36 million for starting wildfire that burned 48,000 acres
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    Columbia River Gorge, OR — Restitution claims involving the Eagle Creek Fire have topped $36 million dollars. The attorney for the Vancouver teen who started the fire that tore through the Columbia River Gorge was back in court Thursday. The judge did not make a decision Thursday about what restitution the boy... Read more »
  • Woman hires trappers to save coyote with neck trapped in tube
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    SAN DIEGO – A San Diego woman and her neighbors have been trying to rescue a coyote with tubing stuck around its neck for nearly a month, according to KSWB. Katie Ryan lives in Rancho Bernardo near the border with Poway. She has been watching a pack of coyotes who live... Read more »
  • Police respond to active shooting in Panama City, Florida
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    Authorities are on the scene of an active shooting Tuesday afternoon at an apartment complex in Panama City, Florida, according to a Bay County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman. The Bay County Sheriff’s Office and Panama City police are working to get the situation contained, said sheriff’s office spokeswoman Ruth Corley. Photos from Eryn... Read more »
  • Cops: Man beat dog because it ate his Whopper
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    DARTMOUTH — Prosecutors said a Massachusetts man hit his dog in the head with a baseball bat because he was angry the animal ate his Burger King Whopper sandwich. Gregory Ostiguy was held on $5,000 bail after pleading not guilty Monday to animal cruelty. Officers responded to a Dartmouth street at around... Read more »
  • Bridgeport healthcare facility raided by federal officials
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    BRIDGEPORT — Federal authorities raided a healthcare facility workers had accused of payroll impropriety on Tuesday. Federal officials confirmed the activity at Bridgeport Health Care Center. AFSCME Council 4 and AFSCME Local 1522 has alleged Chaim Stern, chief financial officer failed to pay employees. The union said in April, Stern failed to... Read more »

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