No fatalities were reported in the city of Andover, near Wichita, but up to 1,000 structures may have been affected, officials said.
Month: April 2022
Thousands forced to flee as wildfires sweep through New Mexico
Philadelphia to End Indoor Mask Mandate
Philadelphia will lift its indoor mask mandate, a spokesperson with the Philadelphia Health Department confirmed with NBC10.
Biden announces another $800m in military aid for Ukraine: ‘We’re in a critical window’ – as it happened
President also announces âUnite for Ukraineâ program for refugees â follow all the latest news
RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS BREAKING NEWS
A short while ago the Florida Senate passed Senate Bill 4C in a vote of 23-16 to repeal a law allowing The Walt Disney Company to operate its Walt Disney World properties independently under the Reedy Creek Improvement District. It now moves on to the House…more details and updates as they come in. Score one for our side…thank you Governor DeSantis.
Faces show relief, confusion and disappointment as masks come off on planes
Flight attendants have faced the brunt of public opposition to the mask mandate and are showing relief that they won’t be tasked with enforcement.
Mother charged with ‘purposely causing’ death of 5-year-old Elijah Lewis – New York Post
Danielle Dauphinais was charged with murder for the death of her son Elijah Lewis, whose body was discovered two weeks after he was reported missing.
US rocked by 3 mass shootings during Easter weekend; 2 dead
HAMPTON, S.C. (AP) — Authorities in South Carolina are investigating a shooting at a nightclub early Sunday that wounded at least nine people. It was the second mass shooting in the state and the third in the nation during the Easter holiday weekend.
Multiple suspects sought 2 killed in mass shooting at Pittsburgh Airbnb house party
Police believe multiple people fired at least 90 rounds during a shooting at a Pittsburgh Airbnb party early Sunday. One of the surviving victims is 14 years old, police said, and both young men who died were under 18. https://t.co/MbR8ITgsDn — The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) April 17, 2022 Read More »