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Police expand search for suspect in 2 in girls' deaths

It's been seven days since the girls disappeared, six days since their bodies were found a couple of miles outside of town. A task force made up of Federal Bureau of Investigation agents, state police and local law enforcement is investigating.

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Severe storm leaves almost 40000 without power in San Antonio

The lightning also sparked a fire at Woodridge Elementary School, according to the San Antonio Fire Department. There are at least five known injuries, but all are said to be minor. Another 30 to 40 homes were damaged in two adjoining subdivisions about 10 miles northeast of downtown, said Bexar County spokeswoman Monica Ramos.

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Small Plane Crashes In Bayonne, New Jersey; At Least 1 Injured

Witnesses say it came close to hitting a gas station. The pilot began experiencing problems over New York Harbor near the Statue of Liberty around 10 a.m., authorities said. Four cars were destroyed or damaged from the crash, according to WABC-TV, and there were reports of downed wires and debris. "A plane just crashed in Bayonne and literally just missed my house".

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A sinkhole swallowed two cars in Los Angeles

She added that the sinkhole formed during the heavy rains Friday night and was likely caused by a combination of excessive showers and a possible sewer failure. A 55-year-old man died in hospital died after he was electrocuted when a tree downed power lines that fell on his auto in Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles.

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New Jersey governor Chris Christie has made an enemy of the Phillies

If you are a New York Mets fan then you're supposed to not like the Philadelphia Phillies. He was there to talk about the Phillies painting Tug McGraw's famous "Ya Gotta Believe!" quote on the walls of their facility. But he surprised many, including many of his constituents in South Jersey, when he blasted Phillies fans as "angry, terrible people" and claimed Citizens Bank Park "is not safe for civilized people".

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Mexican Mother Of Four Hiding Out In Colorado Church To Avoid Deportation

Vizguerra took refuge in the church , a common tactic to avoid deportation because authorities generally don't enter places of worship, as immigrant advocates called for the release of 23-year-old in Washington state who was detained despite participating in a federal program to protect those brought to the USA illegally as children.