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Brighton: Police have recovered a horse-drawn carriage that was stolen from a church parking lot near Birmingham ahead of a funeral. The carriage and the trailer it was on were found Monday behind a home about 20 miles from the church in Brighton where it was taken, al.

Brighton Police Chief Larry Woods told the news site multiple people are in custody in connection with the theft. His company, Magic Tours, provides carriages for funerals, downtown Birmingham tours and other special occasions.

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Tate told al. Mark AME Church to pick up horses. He planned to use it later on Saturday to take a family to a funeral, but when he returned about 9 a. He said the carriage would be hard to hide. Anchorage: U. The U. The remote park on the northern Alaska Peninsula protects some of the highest densities of bears in the world and requires visitors to abide by special rules. Mature male brown bears at Katmai can weigh up to pounds, the park said. The charges alleged the men entered a closed area of the park by leaving an authorized viewing area and wading into the Brooks River when bears were feeding on salmon in the nearby falls.

An online court records system did not show attorneys for the men who could comment on their behalf. Trump retains a strong following among many Republicans and his endorsement catapults the former news anchor into clear front-runner status in the crowded GOP primary field. Lake is a political newcomer who left her job in March and launched her bid for the Republican nomination for governor in in June.

She had been widely seen as a possible candidate and has criticized a media landscape that she contends needs more balance. Trump announced his endorsement via because he remains banned from Twitter and other social media sites following the Jan. He said Lake is strong on crime, the border and supports gun rights. He also took a shot at Republican Gov. Doug Ducey, who is term-limited. Little Rock: Gov. But Hutchinson cautioned that the state is still feeling the effects of COVID, which the Health Department on Tuesday said had claimed another 21 lives in the state.

But Hutchinson in July reinstated the emergency as the state saw a surge in cases due to the delta variant of the virus. The state reported its cases rose by tototal since the pandemic began. Sacramento: State Treasurer Fiona Ma repeatedly shared hotel rooms with employees, a practice she said saved money but that business experts contend crosses an ethical line and can lead to lawsuits like one Ma now faces, the Sacramento Bee reported Tuesday. Judith Blackwell, the former head of the California Tax Credit Allocation Committee, sued Ma in July, alleging sexual harassment, racial discrimination and wrongful termination.

Ma said the allegations are without merit. Records obtained by the Bee show Ma shared a hotel room with her chief of staff, Genevieve Jopanda, 13 times over two years. She also stayed with four other aides at a three-bedroom property on a trip.

Ma said her work as state treasurer frequently requires her and aides to travel across the state and that the hotel rooms were shared to save money. Evacuations were first ordered Monday night near Silverthorne shortly after the fire was reported on U. Forest Service land.

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The Ptarmigan Fire was burning on about 60 acres around midday Tuesday, after growing about 40 acres overnight, an amount which surprised officials, Dillon District Ranger Adam Bianchi said, the Summit Daily News reported. Officials have some hope that forecasted cooler weather in the mountains, where it has been dropping below freezing at night, and possible rain and snow in the coming days will also help.

Rob Sampson, R-Wolcott. Three senators were absent. Democrats control both chambers. John Carney said Tuesday. The requirement announced by Carney, the Division of Public Health and Department of Education will be formally issued by emergency regulation and takes effect Nov. The requirement also applies to contractors and volunteers who work in K public and private schools. The top priority has been to get all students back in school this fall and the mandate will help minimize disruptions, Carney said in a statement. I encourage all Delawareans to get your shot and help us finally put an end to this pandemic.

Cintas, the cleaning product and services company, selected 10 places across the country for the cleanest, most innovative commodes, and Planet Word is among the finalists.

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She has a bit of a potty mouth. The toilets on the second floor of the downtown museum are ripe with ribald literary references. Tallahassee: A group of South Florida businessmen sued the federal government Monday in hopes of overturning a gambling agreement Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis ed with the Seminole Tribe.


The suit filed against the Department of the Interior in federal court in Washington claims the agreement illegally expands gambling in Florida. Among the plaintiffs are developer Armando Codina and car dealer Norman Braman.

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The department approved the deal in August. But the lawsuit claimed that the state constitution requires voters approve an expansion of gambling. The state Legislature approved the deal in May. It is the second suit filed challenging the gambling compact. Atlanta: Logistics company Radial Inc. The new employees will work out of two Atlanta-area fulfillment centers — one in Locust Grove and one in Buford — to process online orders from various different brands, Radial said in a news release.

The company then plans to promote more than one-third of the seasonal employees to full-time positions, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported. The site director of the Locust Grove fulfillment center, Eric Narvaez, did not disclose how much the positions would be paid but said the pay would be similar to that of other large companies like Home Depot and Amazon, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution said.

Honolulu: U. Swimming with dolphins is a popular tourist activity in Hawaii. Several companies offer tours that take swimmers to areas frequented by dolphins with the aim of giving them an opportunity to get in the water with the animals. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration rule under the Marine Mammal Protection Act prohibits swimming with or getting within 50 yards of a spinner dolphin that is within 2 nautical miles of the shore of the main Hawaiian Islands.

The rule applies to boats, canoes, stand-up paddleboards, drones or other objects. NOAA also is proposing a regulation that would prohibit entering certain areas between 6 a. Spinner dolphins hunt in offshore waters at night. During the day, they use areas close to shore that have optimal environmental conditions to socialize, nurture their young, hide from predators and rest in preparation for nightly hunting.

Some scientists say such behavior is not always playfulness and can instead be an attempt to alert others to danger. Boise: Schools should set up confidential tip lines that can be used by students and others to report concerning behavior as a way to prevent school shootings, a report reviewing an eastern Idaho school shooting said. Authorities said a sixth grade girl injured two other students and a custodian after pulling a handgun from her backpack and firing multiple rounds inside and outside the school.

She was ultimately disarmed by a teacher. The report, made by the School Safety and Security Program, noted that the behavior change was not apparent to school staff because the girl was in her first year at Rigby Middle School after moving up from elementary school. The same school had another incident last week when authorities said a year-old girl brought a gun to school, but was disarmed by a school resource officer in the bathroom, and no one was injured.

Immediately after that incident, Jefferson School District Superintendent Chad Martin banned backpacks at two middle schools and two high schools. Chicago: After five years of legal fights, gentrification concerns and a federal review, Barack and Michelle Obama dug shovels into the ground Tuesday during a celebratory groundbreaking on the Obama Presidential Center. He said the center was one way of giving back and he hoped it would bring an economic boost to the area and inspire a future generation of leaders. We want to look forward.

Pritzker and several city aldermen were among the few people allowed at the event, which was streamed online to limit crowds amid the COVID pandemic. Terre Haute: A historical marker has been dedicated in western Indiana in remembrance of a Black man lynched about years ago by a white mob. George Ward was arrested in in the slaying of a white teacher, Ida Finkelstein.

The mob took him from the Vigo County Jail and struck him in the head with a sledgehammer, said Terry Ward, adding that the attackers grabbed his great-grandfather along a bridge and bystanders pelted him with sticks. George Ward then was hanged from a former wagon bridge.

His body later was cut down and burned. Department leaders recognized him at a retirement banquet in October Barnes confirmed to have sent the inappropriate photos and reed his job before the inquiry concluded, the statement said. Police Chief Dana Wingert later determined the misconduct occurred and that it would have been a fireable offense. Frankfort: State police said new regional driver testing branches have been created in Madisonville and Owensboro.

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Andy Beshear said the regional testing locations offer more efficient services. Driver testing was offered starting Monday in both locations. Appointments can be made online and are available Monday through Friday at the state police website. Officials are working to open the remaining regional offices statewide by June Lake Charles: Five people were injured in an explosion at a chemical plant, news outlets reported.

He said five workers were taken to a hospital, but their conditions were not immediately known. A fire at the site is now out, and the cause of the blast is under investigation. KPLC-TV reported that the unit where the explosion occurred is used in the production of ethylene and was undergoing maintenance at the time. Portland: The owner of four hydroelectric dams on the Kennebec River sued two Maine agencies alleging they improperly cooperated on fish passage regulations that impact the future of the dams and fish populations.

The lawsuit filed in Kennebec Superior Court is the latest brought by Brookfield Renewable Power, a subsidiary of a large Canadian company that owns many of the dams in the state, the Portland Press Herald reported. The company argued under that settlement, disputes about fish passage standards related to the dams must be resolved through the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, which s dams.

The Shawmut dam is under review for FERC relicensing and must get water quality approval from Maine as part of that process. Upper Marlboro: Five zebras that escaped from a farm nearly a month ago are still on the loose. They got away Aug. Zebras have to be corralled to be captured, not chased. Three of the animals have been traveling together while the other two have been in a pair, officials said.

Residents have been sharing stories of zebra sightings on social media. Capitol, she was not responsible for setting the zebras free.

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Buyer to do due diligence. House being sold as is. The Boston Globe reported that firefighters had to tear out parts of the walls and ceiling of the home to extinguish the blaze.

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Detroit: A young Detroit-area man who snapped a photo of a gang chart while cleaning an FBI office and posted it on social media was sentenced Tuesday to probation. District Judge Linda Parker. He admits taking a picture of the chart with his phone and posting it on Snapchat. Attorney Eaton Brown said. He apologized and acknowledged the potential harm. Chaska: Tensions at a suburban Twin Cities school board meeting over a new mask mandate escalated to a physical scuffle. The Eastern Carver County Schools said Monday all students would need to wear a mask through at least the middle of next month because of a rise in coronavirus cases.

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