Almost 2 million Texans affected by Texas Department of Insurance data breach

(Texas Tribune) — A massive security breach at the Texas Department of Insurance leaked the personal information of almost 2 million Texans for nearly three years, according to a state audit released last week. The department said the personal information of 1.8 million workers who have filed compensation claims — including Social Security numbers, addresses,… Continue reading Almost 2 million Texans affected by Texas Department of Insurance data breach

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Adult, child rushed to hospital after rollover crash near Manor

TRAVIS COUNTY (KXAN) — Three people were injured in a rollover crash Monday on U.S. Highway 290 near Manor, Austin-Travis County EMS said. In a tweet thread, medics said the three people are trauma patients, and one was ejected from the vehicle. Another was initially pinned in the vehicle, but first responders were able to… Continue reading Adult, child rushed to hospital after rollover crash near Manor

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Nearly 40,000 Early Votes Already Cast In Bucks County, But Election Officials Still Warn Results May Be Delayed

DOYLESTOWN, Pa. (CBS) — Nearly 40,000 early votes have already been cast in Bucks County, but election officials still warn that primary results may be delayed. Voters in Bucks County will cast their ballots to decide who will run come November for several highly-anticipated state, federal and local races, and while primary turnout typically lags… Continue reading Nearly 40,000 Early Votes Already Cast In Bucks County, But Election Officials Still Warn Results May Be Delayed

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Buffalo officials provide update on mass shooting

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown, Buffalo Police Department Commissioner Joseph Gramaglia and other local officials are providing an update Monday on Saturday’s mass shooting at the Jefferson Avenue Tops supermarket. The livestream will be available to watch in the video player above and a recording of the press conference will be posted… Continue reading Buffalo officials provide update on mass shooting

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School cheers Illinois teacher returning from Air Force deployment

GRANITE CITY, Ill. – A sixth-grade teacher in Granite City, Illinois returned to school Monday from a nine-month deployment in the Middle East as part of the Air Force Reserves. Mr. Robert Bragg was called to the office at about 9:20 a.m. While he was in the office, the whole school went into the hallways… Continue reading School cheers Illinois teacher returning from Air Force deployment

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Baby formula maker Abbott says deal reached to restart production

WASHINGTON (AP) — Infant formula maker Abbott says it’s reached an agreement with U.S. health officials to restart production at its largest domestic factory, a key step toward easing a nationwide shortage tied to the plant’s shutdown earlier this year. Abbott did not immediately detail the terms of the agreement reached with the Food and… Continue reading Baby formula maker Abbott says deal reached to restart production

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Big cross-border tunnel is found linking Tijuana, San Diego

SAN DIEGO (AP) — U.S. authorities on Monday announced the discovery of an underground smuggling tunnel on Mexico’s border, running the length of a football field on U.S. soil to a warehouse in an industrial area. The cross-border tunnel from Tijuana to the San Diego area was built in one of the most fortified stretches… Continue reading Big cross-border tunnel is found linking Tijuana, San Diego

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Homelessness up in Bay Area, down slightly in San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Homelessness increased nearly 9% in the San Francisco Bay Area over the last three years, despite hundreds of millions of dollars spent to keep people off the streets during the coronavirus pandemic, preliminary numbers released Monday show. San Francisco appeared to be the one bright spot, seeing homelessness decline slightly. Alameda… Continue reading Homelessness up in Bay Area, down slightly in San Francisco

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