FL State Senators Consider Adding $200M Towards Piney Point CleanupState senators are currently considering a budget amendment that would cleanup and close the stacks at Piney Point in Manatee County.
'Could Kill Me': Sacramento Wildlife Rescuer Faces Devastating Diagnosis From Caring For Birds"The very thing that I love to do the most could kill me," Christy Berger said.
Woman With World's Longest Nails Cuts Them In Fort Worth After Nearly 30 YearsTexas native Ayanna Williams, who broke the Guinness World Record for the world's longest fingernails for a woman in 2017, got them cut at a Fort Worth clinic.
Piney Point Evacuation Order Lifted TuesdayResidents who were previously evacuated near the Piney Point reservoir are able to return home as of Tuesday evening.
Piney Point: Officials Attempt To Avoid Second Breach, Add 20 New PumpsOfficials say Monday evening 20 water removal pumps are being activated to avoid an uncontrollable breach.
Pennsylvania Lawmakers Introducing Bill To Ban Transgender Girls From Competing In Women's School SportsThe bill bars anyone designated "male" at birth from competing with female players. 
MLB Moves All-Star Game, Draft From Atlanta Following New Voting LawMajor League Baseball announced Friday it will be relocating its All-Star Game and draft out of Georgia following the state's new election laws.
Arrests Made In Largest Meth Seizure In Miami-Dade HistoryThe leader of a Mexican drug cartel and five others have been charged with importing over 1,100 pounds of methamphetamine into the US. It was the largest amount of meth ever seized in Miami-Dade County, officials said.
44 Pounds Of Cocaine Seized From Freighter Anchored Near AnnapolisForty four pounds of cocaine was seized from a freighter anchored in the Chesapeake Bay near Annapolis, federal officials said Thursday.
Parents React To Pasco County Schools Removing Online ProgramSome parents say they’re upset mySchool Online won’t be available next year, while others say students need to be back in the classroom.
Extensions End: 110,000+ People In MN Now Have Invalid Driver’s Licenses, Permits Or ID CardsThe extension for those who had their driver’s license, instruction permits or ID cards expire during the COVID-19 pandemic has now ended, and thousands now have invalid licenses.