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Cabo Safe and Sound Mexican Government Quick to Respond

Hurricane Newton

Early this morning, Hurricane Newton touched down near Cabo San Lucas, Mexico and was categorized a Category 1. Coming in with winds from 78 to 116 mph, this storm was previously a tropical depression that had escalated. About 12 hours after being elevated to hurricane status, Newton touched down in …

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Drone Shot Down by Frontierswoman

Drone Shot Down

In an unusual show of marksmanship, 65-year-old Jennifer Youngman shot a drone hovering over her land in Virginia. A Virginia woman says she shot down a drone after she saw the drone flying over her next door neighbor Robert Duvall. Since 1990, Youngman has been a member of the community …

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United States, insatiable by Mexican avocado

Mexican avocado

Mexican avocado growers have been surprised by the strong demand from American consumers, which has already been reflected in higher prices of this fruit in Mexico. The harvest season began in July 2015 and ended in June this year, when the effects of the strong appetite for this product started …

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Why Lionel Messi was on the verge of going to jail

Lionel Messi Before The Beginning The Uefa Champions League Gam

Lio was sentenced to 21 months in prison, but the sentence is not effectively enforced. The judgment convicting Lionel Messi tax evasion is a chilling account of how close was the best soccer player in the world to finish his career and fall into prison. While considered him guilty of …

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Officials revealed fresh details about Orlando attack

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Officials said this morning they have identified all but one of the 49 victims killed at a gay nightclub in Orlando, which has become the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history. Police investigated the gunman’s ties to ISIS and examined whether others could have been involved. During the attack, Mateen called …

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Apple employee found dead in company conference room

Apple campus death

An Apple employee was found dead in a conference room at the company headquarters in Cupertino on Wednesday morning. Sgt. Andrea Urena of the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office described the death of a male employee as an “isolated incident”. The body was discovered after an emergency call was made about …

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How to handle a DUI arrest in Arizona

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Arizona DUI Laws: In general, it is a violation of Arizona DUI laws to drive (or be in actual physical control of a vehicle) under the following circumstances: Under the age of 21 with any amount of alcohol in the body. At least 21 and impaired in the slightest, even …

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