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The target exploded as planned, revealing the blue powder, but it started what became the Sawmill Fire. The incident, which happened in April 2017, resulted in 800 firefighters being called as the fire burned for nearly two weeks. "I feel absolutely terrible about it". Dickey will pay $220,000 in restitution for the fire. "It was probably one of the worst days of my life". Perhaps the constant one-upmanship when it comes to gender reveals should be kept to cake cutting or balloon ...
  • Border Patrol Arrests 42 Migrants While Mexico Deports Others

    Border Patrol Arrests 42 Migrants While Mexico Deports Others

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    Customs and Border Protection agency said on Twitter . The migrants , mostly Hondurans, have travelled to the border in large groups, or caravans and now number more than 8,000. In rare criticism of the migrants, Mexico's National Human Rights Commission said it "reiterates that members of the caravans that cross our country should respect Mexican laws and not engage in actions that affect the communities they pass through".
  • GM to Close Factories, Cut Jobs as Consumer Tastes Change

    GM to Close Factories, Cut Jobs as Consumer Tastes Change

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    He says he told the company that the USA has done a lot for GM and that if its cars aren't selling, the company needs to produce ones that will. It will also stop building several models now assembled at those plants, including the Chevrolet Cruze , the Chevrolet Volt hybrid, the Cadillac CT6 and the Buick LaCrosse .
  • ‘We Will Close the Border Permanently if Need Be’

    ‘We Will Close the Border Permanently if Need Be’

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    The vast majority of the more than 5,000 Central American migrants camped out for more than a week at a sports complex in Tijuana returned to their makeshift shelter to line up for food and recuperate from an unsettling afternoon. The migrants in that episode also reportedly threw rocks and bottles at US authorities. Mexico inaugurates a new president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, next Saturday, and top Cabinet officials in his incoming government had planned to meet on Sunday to discuss ...
  • US closes Mexican border crossing, repels some migrants with tear gas

    US closes Mexican border crossing, repels some migrants with tear gas

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    The Trump administration has said asylum claims from members of a series of caravans originating in Central America must be processed outside the USA, and that all those entering illegally will be denied. "Several agents were hit by the projectiles", U.S. CBP wrote on Twitter . A migrant mother who was trying to illegally enter the United States while scaling a border fence fell off and was impaled.
  • The deadliest wildfire in California's history has been contained

    The deadliest wildfire in California's history has been contained

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    It is the most destructive blaze in California's history and the deadliest wildfire in the U.S. in a century. They said the mobile home park had already been hand searched, so they were re-examining it with search dogs. While the rain made everybody colder and wetter, they kept the mission in mind, said Chris Stevens, a search volunteer who wore five layers of clothing to keep warm.
  • Pre-Winter Snowstorm Continues to Batter Central Midwest

    Pre-Winter Snowstorm Continues to Batter Central Midwest

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    Airlines canceled several early morning flights out of Kansas City International Airport Monday, a day after low visibility and record snow led to a 4-hour closure of the airfield and more than 100 canceled flights. Weather officials expect risky travel conditions today with roads becoming snowy and ice packed due to blowing snow and blizzard conditions. "We strongly recommend that you postpone travel plans", the Republican said in a statement , noting gusting winds and whiteout conditions.
  • Ex-Trump campaign adviser loses bid to delay prison sentence

    Ex-Trump campaign adviser loses bid to delay prison sentence

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    A US Federal Judge has ordered to send Former Trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos to jail on Monday due to allegations of Russia-Trump collusion in the 2016 US presidential election. His lawyers argued that he should be able to remain free on bail because the challenge on constitutional grounds to Robert Mueller's Russian Federation probe would result in his conviction being set aside.
  • 145 pilot whales die on beach in New Zealand

    145 pilot whales die on beach in New Zealand

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    The officials said that the pilot whales were first spotted by a hiker on Saturday evening, who reported the discovery to a field base. Half of the whales were already dead. It was one of four strandings discovered on New Zealand shores over the weekend. In separate incidents, 12 pygmy whales and a sperm whale also beached in New Zealand over the weekend.
  • Blizzard warnings in Midwest spark travel nightmare for motorists and airports

    Blizzard warnings in Midwest spark travel nightmare for motorists and airports

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    Snowfall totals are expected to range from about 12 inches north and west of the city to 2 to 4 inches well to the south and east. The storm is expected to ramp up between 6 p.m. Sunday, according to the flight-tracking website FlightAware . "It's going to be messy", said Todd Kluber, a meteorologist for the National Weather Service who is based in suburban Chicago .
  • Wind and snow expected overnight into Sunday

    Wind and snow expected overnight into Sunday

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    As temperatures continue to fall overnight Sunday into Monday , we'll start to see a shift from rain to snow. Due to this, only Walworth, Racine, and Kenosha Counties are under Winter Storm Warnings; Jefferson, Waukesha, and Milwaukee are under Winter Weather Advisories .
  • Trump says time for action on 'the Wall'

    Trump says time for action on 'the Wall'

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    Thursday, Trump also sent a warning to Mexico. Chief of staff John Kelly and Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen both have fought President Trump's "legal force order", however, saying they think that move would exceed his constitutional authority.
  • Sword-wielding jewelry store workers fight off armed robbers

    Sword-wielding jewelry store workers fight off armed robbers

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    CBC reported that after intruders broke a window, one man attempted to climb into the store through the broken glass - until three people inside the store charged him wielding sabre-style swords. The first two suspects are described as male between five-foot-eight and five-foot-10 with a medium build. The third suspect, police say, was between five-foot-nine and five-foot-eleven with a heavy build.