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U.S. Coast Guard rescues man from flooded vessel near Ludington

U.S. Coast Guard rescues man from flooded vessel near Ludington

A Jayhawk helicopter from Air Station Clearwater and a response boat crew from Coast Guard Station Yankeetown, as well as the area's Marine Emergency Response team, were brought in to help with the rescue. Watchstanders in Mobile were notified at 2:31 p.m. that a man had run his pleasure craft aground and hurt his leg, according to a release from the Coast Guard.


4 injured in shooting at Alabama church carnival

4 injured in shooting at Alabama church carnival

The four victims were taken to local hospitals with non-life threatening injuries. Center Point Fire Chief Donnie West told reporters that first responders headed to Cathedral of the Cross in Center Point - part of the Birmingham metropolitan area - around 9:23 p.m in response to a possible shooting.


Mooresville sisters killed in wrong-way crash on I-17 in Phoenix

Mooresville sisters killed in wrong-way crash on I-17 in Phoenix

Kelsey Richardson, 18, was in town visiting her sister, their mother told ABC-15. "We didn't have to worry about them getting in trouble, that's why it was such a shock when the state highway patrolman called and asked me if I had two daughters named Kelsey and Karli".



Kansas Republican could face primary challenger after close race

Ted Cruz came to campaign for Mr. Estes. In response, Republicans made last-minute efforts to campaign for Estes. Thompson said he plans to run for Congress again in 2018. Said Mr. Estes: "The pundits were talking about... this wasn't a seat we were going to win , that we were going to lose a Republican seat... that it was a chance for the Democrats".



Wall Street's 'Charging Bull' Artist Wants The 'Fearless Girl' Gone

The piece, which has been standing for more than 27 years, was intended as a message of " freedom in the world, peace, strength, power and love ". Attorney Norman Siegel holds an image showing the sculptures Charging Bull and "Fearless Girl" facing one another at his law offices in New York Wed., April 12, 2017 .



Historic Referendum In Turkey Grants More Power to President

With almost all ballots counted, the "yes" vote stood at 51.41 percent, while the "no" vote was 48.59 percent, according to the state-run Anadolu Agency . Ahead of the start of voting, Kurdish militants killed a guard in an attack on a vehicle carrying a district official from the ruling AK Party in southeast Turkey on Saturday night, security sources said.