• Forecasters: Busy Atlantic hurricane season is more likely
Forecasters: Busy Atlantic hurricane season is more likely

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration made such a prediction in its updated 2016 "Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook," saying there is a 70-percent chance of 12 to 17 named storms, among which 5 to 8 are expected to become hurricanes and 2 to 4 major hurricanes.

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  • Kansas Labor Dept. seeks safety records from KC water park
Kansas Labor Dept. seeks safety records from KC water park

As News 3 reported, 10-year-old Caleb Thomas Schwab died Sunday while riding The Verrückt water slide, which is German for "insane". Police have confirmed the boy died of a neck injury and People magazine is reporting law enforcement confirmed Caleb was decapitated.

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  • Two Officers Shot Near Fort Smith, Arkansas
Two Officers Shot Near Fort Smith, Arkansas

The suspect is the police shooting in Sebastian County has been identified as Billy Jones. Earlier in the day Jones pointed a rifle at this father, Hollenbeck says, who then called 911. "It's a risky business and it really illustrates the importance of our support for law enforcement", Hutchinson told reporters at an event in North Little Rock.

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  • Officials investigate death of boy at Kansas water park
Officials investigate death of boy at Kansas water park

Representative Scott Schwab confirmed in a statement Kansas media his son, Caleb Thomas Schwab , had died in the accident at Schlitterbahn water park in Kansas on Sunday afternoon. "We honestly don't know what's happened". Schlitterbahn spokeswoman Winter Prosapio said in 2014 that park officials would not hesitate to delay operation again...

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  • Chicago Police Release Video
Chicago Police Release Video

A day after the videos from the fatal shooting of Paul O'Neal were made public and showed a succession of apparent procedural errors by Chicago police officers, Superintendent Eddie Johnson on Saturday talked about the difficulties of policing and the "split-second decisions" that are often a matter of life and death.

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  • Cincinnati Authorities Probe Police Killing Of Suspect
Cincinnati Authorities Probe Police Killing Of Suspect

Chief Eliot Isaac said that police first got a call about a shoplifter with a knife at the Kroger store at 1420 Vine Street. Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters (DEE'-turs) says he has informed Cincinnati police that he sees no need to take the case to a grand jury.

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  • Delta Flights Grounded Due to Outage
Delta Flights Grounded Due to Outage

Delta has canceled approximately 300 flights. Earlier, Delta tweeted that its computer systems were down "everywhere" and some flights had been "grounded", though flights already in the air weren't affected. Confirmation of Monday's troubles came in an official account that responds to customers via Twitter . "Hopefully it won't be much longer...

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  • Trump to outline economic plan as he seeks to reverse slide
Trump to outline economic plan as he seeks to reverse slide

The highest income tax rate would be 33 percent, compared with today's top rate of 39.6 percent. It now varies between 15 and 39 percent. Between that and other controversies-including Trump's initial refusal to endorse House Speaker Paul Ryan for re-election-Trump has seen his poll numbers slumped and has anxious Republicans who are eager to sav...

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  • NBC gears up for Olympics with exhaustive coverage plan
NBC gears up for Olympics with exhaustive coverage plan

The people who watch the Olympics are not particularly sports fans. However, now, technology helps in letting the people multitask while watching their favorite events . More than 4,500 risky mobile apps related to the Olympics and sponsor brands were also found by Proofpoint researchers on Android and iOS that featured potentially risky or ma...

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  • Parents speak out for justice in killing of NYC runner
Parents speak out for justice in killing of NYC runner

According to reports, he was at the scene to show law enforcement his daughter's typical jogging route when he discovered her remains. In addition to dealing with the horrific sexual assault and murder of jogger Karina Vetrano, neighbors are also struggling with the knowledge that her killer is still out there and has yet to be identified.

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  • Boy, 12, dies at Kansas water park
Boy, 12, dies at Kansas water park

The boy died while riding the Verrückt, the world's tallest water slide, said spokeswoman Winter Prosapio. Schlitterbahn shut down after the accident and will remain closed Monday. "We'll have more details for you and we will share them", she said, "but right now our focus is with the family". Verrückt, which is German for insane, plunges 17 stor...

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  • 'The Bachelorette' 2016 spoilers: Jordan to win JoJo's heart?
'The Bachelorette' 2016 spoilers: Jordan to win JoJo's heart?

When asked by Chris if he had "serious intimate relationships with both", Chad just coyly said they were lovely. JoJo will have both men meet her family, separately, so that they can help her determine which guy is the right fit for her. Chase had the last date. Well, let's just say that things were far from flawless. We learned when JoJo visi...

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  • Jim Jordan Torches House GOP Leadership After Huelskamp Loss
Jim Jordan Torches House GOP Leadership After Huelskamp Loss

A lot of that money went into TV ads depicting Huelskamp - ironically - as the Washington insider. One commercial paid for by EASFund called the congressman "Washing-Tim". After Huelskamp lost his seat on the Agriculture Committee in 2012, farm groups turned against him, and many voters saw it as a crucial issue in their farming state.

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  • Orlando mayor wants city to buy Pulse nightclub for memorial
Orlando mayor wants city to buy Pulse nightclub for memorial

On June 12, Omar Mateen, a 29-year-old security guard, killed 49 people and wounded 53 others in a terrorist attack inside the gay nightclub. In a local radio interview that aired Wednesday, Mayor Buddy Dyer said the city should purchase the site, "then make some determination, with a lot of input, on what a permanent memorial might look like...

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  • No, Donald Trump is NOT dropping out
No, Donald Trump is NOT dropping out

The last thing I'd want is for him to screw up the presidential race", Nehlen said. Trump said he's "just not quite there yet" when it comes to backing Ryan, who has at times been critical of Trump's most controversial comments. "He's incapable of changing. I said so last week and he keeps on proving it", Obama said on Tuesday. Manafort was joi...

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  • Most playing strip poker with mayor were 18, 19
Most playing strip poker with mayor were 18, 19

The camp is owned by the United States Forest Service , which has leased the camp to the city for almost a century for $1 per year. The week long Mayor's Camp is several hours away from Stockton , tucked into the El Dorado National Forest.

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  • Officials ask for help to find who started Big Sur wildfire
Officials ask for help to find who started Big Sur wildfire

It prompted the evacuation of an RV and tent campground off a highway. More than 1,400 firefighters were battling a blaze in rugged terrain in southwest Idaho that grew to 66 square miles and has destroyed a popular, state-operated backcountry yurt.

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  • Is the Green Party on the Ballot in All 50 States?
Is the Green Party on the Ballot in All 50 States?

Joshua Drake, received only 1.98% of the vote. Nonetheless, Stein has made it clear that she will attempt to stake out a spot far to the left of Hillary Clinton. Following her time there, she ran for President in 2012, earning 469,627 votes (0.36% of the popular vote), good enough for fourth-place. "People are looking for someone, who's som...

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  • Clinton Says She 'Short-Circuited' Answering Email Questions
Clinton Says She 'Short-Circuited' Answering Email Questions

Hillary Clinton acknowledged Friday the challenge she'd face leading a country where most Americans don't trust her, saying she takes "seriously" the work she must do to build confidence in her character. Clinton said she had meant to point to Comey's statement that FBI investigators found her to be forthcoming and cooperative during their sit-dow...

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  • Kaine returns to church for prayers, support
Kaine returns to church for prayers, support

EDT. Haselswerdt thinks Kaine could provide the flawless balance to Clinton who may have a problem connecting with certain voters. It comes days before the Democratic National Convention begins in Philadelphia. He's joining Clinton at a rally in Miami, and here's what he's telling the crowd: "For many of you, this is the first time you've heard...

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