Author: Adrian Garrett

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A rash of burglaries has struck the local community, prompting police to launch an investigation into the recent string of break-ins. Multiple homes and businesses have been targeted over the past week, leading authorities to believe that the incidents are connected. According to police, the burglaries are believed to be linked due to the similar methods used in each case. Residents are being urged to report any suspicious activity to the authorities to aid in their investigation. To combat the rise in burglaries, police have announced that they will be increasing patrols in the area in an effort to prevent…

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According to preliminary federal data, the United States saw a slight decrease in drug overdose deaths last year, marking the first decline in five years. The overall estimated number of drug overdose deaths in 2023 was 107,543, down from 111,029 in 2022, representing a 3 percent decrease. The decrease in deaths was largely attributed to a drop in fatalities related to synthetic opioids like fentanyl. Opioid deaths specifically fell by 3.7 percent, a positive sign in the ongoing battle against the opioid epidemic. However, the data also revealed a concerning trend – deaths from stimulants such as cocaine and methamphetamine…

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The New York Knicks are facing their toughest test yet as they head into Game 3 of the 2024 NBA playoffs. The team is dealing with key injuries, with OG Anunoby sidelined with a hamstring injury and Jalen Brunson listed as questionable for the upcoming game. Anunoby had a stellar performance in Game 2, scoring 28 points before being sidelined with his injury. Meanwhile, Brunson has been setting scoring records and his absence could have a significant impact on the team’s performance in Game 3. Despite the injuries, the Knicks are still massive favorites to win the series. However, the…

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The Phoenix Suns have made a significant move in their coaching staff by naming Mike Budenholzer as their new head coach, as reported by Shams Charania of the Athletic. Budenholzer, who previously coached the Atlanta Hawks and Milwaukee Bucks, brings a wealth of experience to the Suns organization, having won a championship with the Bucks in the 2020-21 season. However, the Bucks let Budenholzer go after a disappointing first-round exit in the 2022-23 season, where they were upset by the Miami Heat. Despite this, Budenholzer reportedly agreed to a lucrative five-year deal worth $50+ million with the Suns. Lead assistant…

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According to recent reports, roughly 70 Americans in Colorado are currently being monitored for potential exposure to the bird flu virus. This comes after concerns about the spread of H5N1 virus in dairy herds, with 36 farms across nine states already detecting the presence of the virus. The dairy farm workers in these areas will be tested for the virus if they show any symptoms, as authorities are taking the necessary precautions to prevent further spread. The FDA is also preparing for a potential bird flu pandemic in people, with a mortality rate of 25%. So far, only one person…

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Apple faced backlash for its latest advertisement for the M4 iPad Pro, which was introduced during its recent “Let Loose” event. The ad, featuring items being crushed by a hydraulic press and transforming into the new iPad, drew comparisons to a 2008 LG ad promoting the KC910 Renoir smartphone. Critics, including Hollywood personalities, condemned the ad for promoting the “destruction of the human experience” and questioned Apple’s values and creativity. Many people took to social media to express their disappointment in the tech giant’s marketing approach. In response to the criticism, Apple issued an apology, stating that they value creativity…

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The National Weather Service’s Space Weather Prediction Center (SWPC) has issued a severe geomagnetic storm watch, marking the first of its kind in nearly two decades. This watch comes after the observation of multiple earth-directed coronal mass ejections (CME’s) in recent days, with at least five being identified. These CME’s are expected to reach Earth as early as Friday afternoon and possibly continue through Sunday, resulting in what experts are calling an “unusual event.” It has been noted that there have only been three severe geomagnetic storms observed since December 2019. Geomagnetic storms, caused by CME’s, have the potential to…

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SpaceX Makes Progress with Starship Development at Starbase Site in South Texas SpaceX recently conducted a successful static fire test with the Starship upper stage at their Starbase site in South Texas. This exciting development signals that the company is gearing up for the highly anticipated Flight 4 Starship launch, which could happen as soon as this month. However, before the launch can take place, SpaceX needs to secure a launch license from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). This license is crucial for ensuring a safe and successful launch of the Starship, which is intended for future missions to the…

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Wichita, Kansas – The City of Wichita was recently targeted in a cyberattack, with experts pointing towards one of the most notorious ransomware groups in the world as the possible culprits. The attack has raised concerns about the vulnerability of governmental entities to such malicious threats. The ransomware group, which remains unnamed at this time, is believed to have successfully infiltrated Wichita’s systems and encrypted sensitive data, demanding a ransom for its release. In response to the attack, the US Department of Justice has offered a $10 million reward for any information leading to the arrest of the responsible individual.…

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Former President Donald Trump’s criminal trial over charges of falsifying business records to conceal hush money paid to Stormy Daniels has hit a roadblock. A federal judge has indefinitely postponed the trial that was scheduled to start on May 20th. Instead, new pretrial proceedings are set to begin on July 22nd. The ruling from U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon has raised doubts on whether Trump, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, will face trial before the November 5th election. Trump’s lawyers have pushed for the trial date to be set after the election due to unresolved pretrial issues, including concerns about…

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