Alleged rape, kidnapping victim takes stand in Boston court; Suspect in I-495 standoff was wanted for bank robberies; President Biden visits Somerset; Latest weather.
- WMUR - Manchester
The United States Geological Survey reported a 2.3 magnitude earthquake around 8:05 p.m. in Deering.
It has been more than a month since the last tropical storm, Colin.
Several wildfires are burning across eastern Washington, scorching about 45,000 acres. Fire officials said they have made some progress in getting the Vantage Highway Fire under control, but said there are still a lot of unburned areas that could further fuel the fire. The Vantage Highway Fire flared up Monday and has burned at least 30,000 acres.
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New video shows a chaotic crash of a stolen rental car involving four teens. Traffic cameras captured police trying to stop the vehicle on 35-E in Little Canada. The car crashes into the median twice and four people come running out and across the busy highway. All four were arrested.
- The Guardian
Fourth set of skeletal remains, as yet unidentified, discovered at Swim Beach in Nevada as lake hits lowest level in 80 years
- Fox News
Charges expected for Texas nurse in Los Angeles fiery crash that killed 6, including pregnant woman, baby
Charges to come Monday for Texas nurse accused of speeding Mercedes through red light in Los Angeles, causing fiery crash that left six, including baby and pregnant woman, dead.
- KTLA - Los Angeles
A flood watch is up for DeKalb and McHenry counties, where up to 2 inches of rain has already fallen.
- Statesman Journal
Multiple wildfires are burning around Oregon that have brought recreation closures to popular areas including Diamond Peak and Waldo Lake.
A Cape Cod beach closed Saturday afternoon after a “number” of Portuguese man o’wars washed ashore.
- The Telegraph
Millions of households across the south of England could be hit with hosepipe bans within days after the Environment Secretary urged more water companies to introduce urgent restrictions.
- Tacoma News Tribune
The Midland woman jumped from her second-story balcony to escape the attack, records show.
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STORY: About 60 cars belonging to park visitors and staff were buried under several feet of debris at the Inn at Death Valley, an historic luxury hotel near the park headquarters in Furnace Creek, the site of a spring-fed oasis near the Nevada border, the park said in a statement.Floodwaters also pushed trash dumpsters into parked cars, shoved vehicles into each other, and swamped many facilities, some hotel rooms and business offices, it said.No injuries were reported. But about 500 visitors and 500 park staff were temporarily unable to leave the park because all roads into and out of Death Valley were closed, according to the statement. After work by emergency crews, authorities escorted the cars out of the area.Authorities are conducting aerial searches for stranded motorists but said they have not received reports of stranded cars, Death Valley National Park wrote on its Facebook page.They expect to reopen a particularly damaged area of Highway 190 by Tuesday (August 9).The flooding was unleashed by a torrential shower that dumped 1.46 inches of rain at Furnace Creek, nearly matching the previous daily record there of 1.47 inches measured from a downpour in 1988, park spokesperson Amy Wines said.
The NYPD is searching for 5 suspects who allegedly attacked a 34-year-old man with what appeared to be frying pans.
- Argus Leader
The previous record was 4.59 inches on August 1, 1975.
- The Daily Telegram
John Skelton is serving a a 10- to 15-year sentence on three counts of unlawful imprisonment of Andrew, Alexander and Tanner Skelton. The boys disappeared while with their father at Thanksgiving 2010.
- Business Insider
Actress Anne Heche crashed her car into a Los Angeles home while the owner was in the backyard. It took 59 firefighters to put out the blaze.
The incident occurred just before 11 a.m. on Friday when Heche crashed into a home in the Mar Vista neighborhood of Los Angeles.
Hundreds of visitors were trapped in Death Valley National Park when flooding forced the closure of all roads into and out of the park on Aug. 5.