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New Mexico governor issues order suspending the right to carry firearms in public across Albuquerque

New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham has issued an emergency public health order temporarily suspending the right to carry firearms in public across Albuquerque and surrounding Bernalillo County.

Prison guard who missed killer's escape is fired, as hunt for fugitive focuses on botanic garden

WEST CHESTER, Pa. (AP) — A prison tower guard has been fired after letting a murderer slip away on his watch in a brazen daytime escape, officials said Friday, as the nine-day-old search pressed on amid southeastern Philadelphia suburbs, farmland and a vast botanical garden.

Nancy Pelosi says she'll seek House reelection in 2024, dismissing talk of retirement at age 83

WASHINGTON (AP) — Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Friday that she will seek reelection to Congress in 2024 as Democrats try to win back the majority.

Is it too early to put up Halloween decorations?

Halloween season is around the corner, and with it comes an age-old question: Is it too early to display my Halloween decorations?

Indiana woman allegedly hides drugs in private parts, fakes heart attack when police grow suspicious

An Indiana woman allegedly faked a heart attack and attempted to hide an 'avocado-sized' bag of meth, fentanyl, and crack cocaine in her private parts.

Teen's death leads to outpouring of concern over spicy chip challenge as sales are halted

WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) — The death of a Massachusetts teenager after his family said he ate an extremely spicy tortilla chip has led to an outpouring of concern about the social media challenge and prompted retailers to pull the product from their shelves at the manufacturer's request.

Remains of 2 killed in 9/11 attacks on World Trade Center identified more than 20 years later

The remains of two people killed in the Sept. 11, 2001, attack on the World Trade Center have been identified using advanced DNA testing.

Around the world

Pilot taking part in gender reveal stunt dies after plane crashes

A pilot taking part in a gender reveal stunt in Mexico over the weekend crashed shortly after dropping pink smoke on a couple.

Paris strips Palestinian leader Abbas of special honor for remarks on Holocaust

PARIS (AP) — Paris has rescinded a special honor it bestowed on Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas because of his recent antisemitic comments minimizing the Holocaust.

Poland's political parties reveal campaign programs before the Oct 15 general election

Poland’s conservative governing party and the opposition has showered potential voters with promises as the country's political parties revealed their campaign programs before the Oct. 15 parliamentary election.

Kim Jong Un hosts Chinese and Russian guests at a parade celebrating North Korea's 75th anniversary

While China has sent a delegation led by Vice Premier Liu Guozhong to North Korea’s anniversary celebrations, Russia sent a military song and dance group.

6.8 magnitude earthquake kills over 1,000 people in Morocco, rescue efforts underway

Morocco suffered devastating damage and over a thousand fatalities after a 6.8-magnitude earthquake shook the North African nation Friday night.

G20 agreement reflects sharp differences over Ukraine and the rising clout of the Global South

NEW DELHI (AP) — The Group of 20 top world economies added the African Union as a member at their annual summit Saturday, and host India was able to get the disparate group to sign off on a final statement, but only after softening language on the contentious issue of Russia's war in Ukraine.

Rescue operation underway for ill US researcher stuck 3,000 feet inside cave in Turkey

Rescue teams are working to extricate an American researcher after he suddenly fell ill while 3,000 feet deep inside a cave in Turkey.


Plug in your address to see if you’re overpaying for internet

Whether you're working from home or watching the game, almost every device in our homes needs strong internet. Here's how to optimize your service and your bill.

AI project imagines adult faces of children who disappeared during Argentina's military dictatorship

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — If a baby was taken from their parents four decades ago during Argentina's military dictatorship, what would that person look like today? Argentine publicist Santiago Barros has been trying to answer that question using artificial intelligence to create images of what

FAA to SpaceX: Fix dozens of issues at South Texas facility before another launch

SpaceX can't launch its Starship spacecraft until it corrects dozens of issues that led to an April explosion at its South Texas launch facility, the Federal Aviation Administration announced Friday.

SpaceX can't launch its giant rocket again until fixes are made, FAA says

The Federal Aviation Administration says SpaceX must take a series of steps before it can launch its mega rocket again.

The Donald Trump deep fake ‘interview’ and the problem with avatars

One of the technologies being explored by videoconferencing software vendors involves the use of Deep Fake avatars to present at, or attend, meetings. The avatars allow a presenter to alter their appearance so they always look sharp and to pre-tape their speech for a more professional result.

Court sides with Norwegian regulator's $100K daily fine imposed on Meta over ad privacy concerns

NEW YORK (AP) — Meta lost a legal battle Wednesday to halt a Norwegian ban on its advertising practices that came with hefty daily fines, in a blow to the U.S. social media giant’s business model.

Teen’s death leads to outpouring of concern over spicy chip challenge as sales are halted

The death of a Massachusetts teenager after his family said he ate an extremely spicy tortilla chip has led to an outpouring of concern about the social media challenge. It also prompted retailers to pull the product from their shelves at the manufacturer’s request following the Sept.

Sports News

Rams star wide receiver Cooper Kupp, tight end Hunter Long placed on injured reserve 

The Rams will start the 2023 season the same way they started the 2022 campaign: without Cooper Kupp.  According to reports from, Kupp will miss at least the first four games of the season with a hamstring injury.

Felix Rosenqvist wins pole in final race with McLaren. Swede will now try to win IndyCar finale

MONTEREY, Calif. (AP) — Felix Rosenqvist will end his tenure with Arrow McLaren Racing by starting from the pole in the IndyCar Series season finale at Laguna Seca.

Oakland Roots to play in Hayward for another season to focus on new stadium near Coliseum

(KRON) -- The Oakland Roots soccer team will play another season with California State University East Bay as their home venue next year, the club announced Wednesday.

Lightning terminating contract of Josh Archibald, signs F Tyler Motte to replace him

The Tampa Bay Lightning terminated the contract of veteran forward Josh Archibald on Saturday after the offseason acquisition told the team he was taking time off from hockey.

FOX 5’s Chrissy Russo throws first pitch at Padres game

FOX 5’s Chrissy Russo took the mound Wednesday at Petco Park to throw out the ceremonial first pitch.

Former Bear makes an impact in NFL's 2023 opener

The running back helped Detroit to an upset win over the Chiefs in the 2023 NFL season opener in Kansas City Thursday night.

Game Preview: Fresno State football hosts Eastern Washington in home opener

FRESNO, Calif. (KSEE/KGPE) – The Fresno State football team hosts Eastern Washington on Saturday night in its home opener. The Bulldogs and Eagles are meeting for the first time in program history. Fresno State is coming off a season opening 39-35 victory over Purdue.

Politics News

Biden takes advantage of Putin and Xi’s absence on G20’s first day

From a defense deal with India to a joint statement supporting Ukraine, the U.S. got a lot of what it sought in New Delhi.

Judge says civil trial over Trump's real estate boasts could last three months

NEW YORK (AP) — An upcoming civil trial over allegations that former president Donald Trump lied about his wealth could last as long as three months, according to a schedule laid out Friday by the judge hearing the case. Opening arguments are expected Oct.

Trump, DeSantis and other 2024 GOP prospects vie for attention at the Iowa-Iowa State football game

Donald Trump crossed paths with some of his presidential campaign rivals when he attended Iowa’s biggest annual college football game.

California Senate candidates speak on gun reform policy at Monterey Park town hall

Candidates for the next California U.S. Senator gathered for a town hall in Monterey Park on Friday night to discuss gun violence and policy reform. The four Democratic candidates gathered at East L.A.

Senators question positives, negatives of AI and how it could effect lives and competition

WASHINGTON (NEXSTAR) — Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) and other lawmakers examined the potential dangers from artificial intelligence across the globe and at home Thursday. "I think we're in unchartered waters to a certain extent," Manchin said.

Judge denies Mark Meadows’ request to move his Georgia election subversion case to federal court

ATLANTA (AP) — A judge on Friday denied Mark Meadows’ request to move his Georgia election subversion case to federal court, ruling that the Trump White House chief of staff must fight the charges in state court instead. U.S.

Nevada petition would put A's stadium deal in Las Vegas to a vote in 2024

A referendum petition to gut the deal that secured millions for the A's stadium in Las Vegas was filed on Wednesday, Sept. 6., by a group identified as Schools Over Stadiums PAC.