Second Pine Barrens fire erupts as first one wraps up

A second forest fire was reported Monday night near the Brendan T. Byrne State Forest, according to the New Jersey Forest Fire Service. The second fire comes as firefighters have achieved 100 percent containment of a 617-acre wildfire containment area

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Joe Biden green lights Israeli attacks against Hamas in Gaza

WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. President Joe Biden Saturday called Hamas a terrorist organization and said Israel has the right to launch attacks against the organization. Biden called the strategic bombing of Hamas targets self-defense. The President spoke with Israeli Prime

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U.S. Army soldiers rescue two from drowing in Rio Grande crossing border

LAREDO, Texas – Working together, Laredo Sector Border Patrol agents and U.S. Army soldiers assigned in support of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), rescued two undocumented individuals in the Rio Grande River. The rescues occurred during the early morning of May 11, when several undocumented individuals attempted to cross the Rio Grande River illegally into

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Port St. Joe band mom stole $9,000 from band, Sheriff says

PORT ST. JOE, FL – Gulf County Sheriff Mike Harrison announces the arrest of Andrea S. Kennington (45) of Port St. Joe. Her arrest stems from an investigation into a complaint from an officer of the Port St. Joe Band Boosters, who discovered irregularities in the organization’s financial records. The Port St. Joe Band Boosters

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East Flatbush doc guilty of dealing prescription drugs

Earlier today, in federal court in Brooklyn, Kesler Dalmacy, a medical doctor, pleaded guilty to illegal distribution of controlled substances.  Dalmacy, who operated his medical practice out of an office in East Flatbush, prescribed narcotics to patients outside the course

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