Quadruple Homicide Suspect Michael Lenoire Arrested

DENTON, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Law enforcement officials arrested quadruple homicide suspect Michael Lenoire in Frisco on March 2. Michael Lenoire (credit: Denton County Sheriff’s Office) Lenoire was wanted out of Multnomah County, Oregon for his alleged role in the crime in addition to other armed offenses. He was transferred to the Denton County Jail where he’s… Continue reading Quadruple Homicide Suspect Michael Lenoire Arrested

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Crews Discover 130-Year-Old Shipwreck In Lake Superior

(CBS DETROIT) – A 130-year-old shipwreck was discovered in 650 feet of water in Lake Superior, Great Lakes Shipwreck Historical Society (GLSHS) officials announced Thursday. The Atlanta’s sister ship, the Nirvana. Credit: Great Lakes Shipwreck Historical Society A 172-foot schooner-barge, the Atlanta, was carrying coal when it sank during a storm in 1891. It was… Continue reading Crews Discover 130-Year-Old Shipwreck In Lake Superior

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California Must Build 2.5M Houses By 2030 To Avoid Exacerbating Homeless Crisis, Report Finds

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – With housing prices skyrocketing, and the homeless crisis worsening statewide, a new report released Wednesday determined that California needs to build another 2.5 million homes in the next eight years in order to ease the housing crisis. The report from the California Department of Housing and Community Development found that by… Continue reading California Must Build 2.5M Houses By 2030 To Avoid Exacerbating Homeless Crisis, Report Finds

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Michigan Legislature Gives OK To Tax Cuts; Gov. Whitmer Opposes

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — The Republican-led Legislature on Thursday gave final approval to a veto-destined bill that would cut Michigan’s income tax, expand tax exemptions for older people and largely restore a per-child tax credit that was eliminated a decade ago. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, a Democrat seeking reelection, has said the GOP-written package of tax… Continue reading Michigan Legislature Gives OK To Tax Cuts; Gov. Whitmer Opposes

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Lightfoot Accused Of Profanity-Laced Tirade Against Park District Lawyers Over Christopher Columbus Statue Deal

CHICAGO (CBS) — Mayor Lori Lightfoot is being accused of using obscene and derogatory language in a heated meeting with Park District lawyers over a statue of Christopher Columbus. The meeting involved the removal of the Columbus statue from Arrigo park in 2020. A defamation lawsuit by former Chicago Park District deputy general counsel George… Continue reading Lightfoot Accused Of Profanity-Laced Tirade Against Park District Lawyers Over Christopher Columbus Statue Deal

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House backs bill to help veterans exposed to toxic burn pits

WASHINGTON (AP) — A bill that would dramatically boost health care services and disability benefits for veterans exposed to toxic burn pits in Iraq and Afghanistan won approval Thursday in the House. The measure has the backing of the nation’s major veterans groups and underscores the continued cost of war years after the fighting has… Continue reading House backs bill to help veterans exposed to toxic burn pits

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Denver Housing Authority Begins Radon Mitigation Installation In Public Housing Units

DENVER (CBS4) – After CBS4 Investigates found high radon levels in some Denver public housing units, the Denver Housing Authority is installing radon mitigation systems at the Columbine Homes public housing complex to protect residents. DHA plans to test, and mitigate as needed, every unit in its public housing portfolio over the next two years. Maria… Continue reading Denver Housing Authority Begins Radon Mitigation Installation In Public Housing Units

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Minister resigns from Libya’s new govt, citing unfair vote

CAIRO (AP) — A newly appointed minister in one of Libya’s rival governments resigned Thursday, alleging that the vote in the eastern city of Tobruk that ushered in the new administration failed to include all of the country’s factions. Gamal Salem Shaaban, who had been appointed economy and trade minister, announced his resignation in a… Continue reading Minister resigns from Libya’s new govt, citing unfair vote

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