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  • Bone-dry West Coast states curb July 4 fireworks displays

    People watch as fireworks explode over San Francisco Bay during the 75th anniversary celebration of the Golden Gate Bridge in San FranciscoBy Eric M. Johnson SEATTLE (Reuters) - Authorities battling dozens of large wildfires along the parched U.S. West Coast are clamping down on Independence Day fireworks displays over fears that wayward sparks could trigger fresh blazes. Communities in Washington state and Oregon have imposed restrictions or outright bans on fireworks, while Cupertino, California, joined Alaska's largest city of Anchorage in canceling signature fireworks shows because of drought concerns. "I suggest to show our patriotism, fly U.S. flags, not fireworks," said Erin Janssens, Fire Chief in Portland, Oregon.

  • Vendors in Los Angeles parks may be forced to move along

    Teresa De Leon, 54, works as a street vendor in Griffith Park, Los AngelesLourdes Segura and Teresa De Leon, sitting on folding chairs by a playground at a Los Angeles park, have neatly set out anything a child might want, from tiny firework snappers that crackle on pavement to Doritos chips. Thousands of Los Angeles street vendors, many of them unauthorized immigrants in a city that has increasingly sought to show support to migrants, may soon be forced out of parks where they peddle ice cream, toys, trinkets, dresses hung on tree branches and other items. "It's been quite a while since the police bothered us," De Leon, 54, an immigrant from El Salvador, said in Spanish.

  • Thousands evacuated after freight train derails, catches fire, in Tennessee

    Smoke rises from the site of a train derailment near Maryville, TennesseeA freight train carrying flammable and toxic gas derailed in eastern Tennessee, igniting a fire in one car and spreading noxious fumes that forced the evacuation of more than 5,000 people and the hospitalization of 25, officials said. Homes and businesses were evacuated following the derailment around midnight Wednesday of the CSX Corp train in Blount County, near Maryville, the officials they said. Local officials said the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency was monitoring air quality in the area.

  • Police identify motel intruder shot by ex-CNN reporter

    In this photo taken June 6, 2015, former CNN Headline News anchor Lynne Russell poses for a photo during the CNN 35th anniversary reunion in Atlanta. Police are trying to sort out a fatal shooting at an Albuquerque motel involving the former CNN anchor and her former CNN reporter husband during an alleged robbery attempt. Russell says her husband, Chuck de Caro, and another man exchanged gunfire after the man entered their room at a Motel 6 on Albuquerque's western edge and demanded jewelry late Tuesday, June 30, 2015. (AP Photo)ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) ? Police have identified the man fatally shot by a former CNN reporter at an Albuquerque motel as Tomorio Walton.

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