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PG&E May Shut Off Power to Thousands over Windy Forecast

The high winds could increase the risk of trees falling on power lines and sparking a wildfire.

Two Dead, Suspect Held After Shooting at Prince George’s County (MD) Senior Living Facility

The shooting happened at Gateway Village National Church Residence in Prince George's County.

AZ Gunman Who Killed DEA Agent on Amtrak Train ID’d

The agent and officer both remain hospitalized. Their names have not been released.

TN Grocery Store Shooter Used Three Legal Guns

Thang walked through the store, exiting out the back and shooting people who were fleeing. He then returned to the rear receiving area, where he took his own life.

Student Arrested in TX High School Shooting Released from Jail

"The decision he made, taking the gun, we’re not justifying that. That was not right. But he was trying to protect himself."

UPDATE: Four Dead from AL Floods; Crews Rescue People Trapped in Cars Amid Torrential...

A child died as a result of the flash flooding in Arab, in northeast Alabama.

CA Wildfires May Have Killed Hundreds of Giant Sequoias

The lightning-caused KNP Complex that erupted on Sept. 9 has burned into 15 giant sequoia groves in the park.

Don’t Blame Mrs. O’Leary’s Cow for the Great Chicago Fire

The fire started in or near her home and her family's barn. And while it destroyed much of the city, it miraculously spared her own house.

Student Taken into Custody Hours After TX School Shooting

Police said that three of the four injured were students.

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