Hurricane Ian death toll rises to 35 in Lee County, Florida, officials say

As of Saturday, Oct. 1, about 35 people had died in Lee County, officials said, after Hurricane Ian wreaked havoc in Florida. In a video posted to Facebook, Lee County Sheriff Carmine Marceno gave an updated death toll and said relief efforts were continuing. “Today we have had more than 600 to 700 rescues of … Read more

Veterans teacher accused of sexually abusing 10-year-old girl at Santa Ana Elementary School

An experienced teacher was arrested this week on suspicion of sexually assaulting a 10-year-old girl at a Santa Ana elementary school, police said. The girl alleged that Joseph Frances Deluca, 47, inappropriately touched her in a classroom at Edison Elementary School, Santa Ana police said. School officers reported the incident to police on Thursday, who … Read more

Metrorail Announces Further Delays in the Reopening of Virginia’s Blue and Yellow Line Stations

The six Blue and Yellow Line Metrorail stations south of the Reagan National Airport station will be closed for an additional two weeks and will now reopen Nov. 6 instead of Oct. 23, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority announced Friday. The six stations affected in Virginia are Braddock Road, King St-Old Town, Eisenhower Ave, … Read more

Venezuela releases 7 imprisoned Americans in prisoner swap

WASHINGTON โ€” Venezuela on Saturday released seven Americans imprisoned in the South American country in exchange for the release of two cousins โ€‹โ€‹of President Nicholas Maduro’s wife, who had spent years in prison by the United States for drug smuggling, a senior official said. American official. The exchange of Americans, including five oil executives detained … Read more

These Two Types of Student Loans Are Not Eligible for Forgiveness, New Guidance Says

Biden’s new student loan forgiveness estimate Biden’s new student loan forgiveness estimate 05:04 The Biden administration has changed its guidelines to eliminate some student loans from the right to waiver, a major turning point as the Department of Education makes final preparations to launch debt relief applications. As of Thursday, borrowers with student loans through … Read more

Las Vegas Casino closes dolphin exhibit after 3 animals die in 6 months

The Mirage hotel and casino in Las Vegas announced it would temporarily close its dolphin attraction in the wake of a third dolphin death this year. The Mirage’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat does not currently have a reopening date scheduled, a spokesperson told The Washington Post. An 11-year-old male bottlenose dolphin named K2 died … Read more

An overview of the escalating feud of the top Republicans

Former President Donald Trump’s Friday attack on Senate leader Mitch McConnell, in which he accused the Kentucky Republican of having a “death wish” for supporting bipartisan funding legislation, reveals a growing rift between the former allies. Trump had an amicable working relationship with McConnell during his presidency. The two teamed up to pass legislation including … Read more

NEXT Weather Forecast October 1, 2022 (Today)

NEXT Weather Forecast October 1, 2022 (Today) – CBS Detroit View CBS News Mostly cloudy today, but warmer temperatures. Meteorologist Karen Carter explains why we will see more clouds today. CBSDetroit.com/weather. Be the first to know Receive browser notifications for the latest news, live events and exclusive reporting. Not now To turn on

Rite Aid Execs Report $5 Million in NYC Shoplifting Losses

Rite Aid execs say theft in New York City stores caused $5 million in losses in the most recent quarter alone. The company is experimenting with new strategies for security and theft prevention. Arnaud Persaud, Rite Aid’s chief revenue officer, said this could mean “literally putting everything under lock and key”. Loading Something is loading. … Read more