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“We look at this 1-year-old as our miracle baby, (because) he was still alive,” Calcasieu Parish Sheriff Stitch Guillory said this week. Detectives eventually learned the 4-year-old had last been seen on Saturday with his mother, Aaliyah Jack, 25, of Lake Charles, and his 1-year-old brother, the sheriff’s office said. The 1-year-old was found near mile marker 10 – about 9 miles from the rest stop where his brother had been found dead the day before, the sheriff’s office said. He was taken to a hospital and later released to the state Department of Children and Family Services, Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office spokesperson Kayla Vincent told CNN. In this still from a video, truck driver Reginald Walton speaks to CNN affiliate KADN.
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But rather than shuttling money into strengthening its grid to make sure the lights and A/C stay on during increasingly extreme weather, Texas is pouring billions of taxpayer dollars into new natural gas-fired power plants. Adding more electricity to the grid isn’t necessarily a bad thing because the state is facing higher demand, said Texas energy expert Doug Lewin, founder of consulting firm Stoic Energy. The state prioritizes natural gas power plants or backup natural gas generator systems. Centerpoint and other Texas utilities are no stranger to extreme weather. “In addition to extreme weather, the company’s service area also experiences heavy precipitation and extreme temperatures,” the company wrote in the report.
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"I broke the one rule you should never ever break," the 9News Denver meteorologist told his followers. Advertisement"It was a fun trip, and I did not have to work the next day," Bianchi told BI. Hot air rises, so the warm summer air near Earth's surface starts to rise to higher, cooler altitudes. Morning flights can help you avoid cascading delaysBooking morning flights doesn't just help you avoid nasty weather — it also cushions you against delays that build up throughout the day. Knowing all that science and flight logistics, Bianchi's takeaway is simple: "Book a flight in the morning in summer," he said.
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Usually, after a financial crisis, people spend less money and fewer new businesses launch. Welcome to the age of the side hustle, where Americans are increasingly devoted to finding extra money to spend. Here's why so many people have side hustles right now, and why economists say they're probably here to stay. For roughly half of Americans with side hustles, the extra money isn't for fun: It's a necessity, driven by financial uncertainty. $250 per month is "by no means enough to live on, [but] it's a nice amount of money," Rossman says.
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But it’s evidence of one of the central truths of our time, and one that is becoming more and more apparent every day: We have built our world for a climate that no longer exists. But less than two months earlier, a sudden windstorm in the city blacked out electricity for more than a million people. How many blackouts will it take before we realize today’s power grid was built for yesterday’s climate? One clear example: the incredible decline in the cost of renewable power in recent years. In virtually every part of the world, electricity generated by renewable power is cheaper than electricity generated by fossil fuels.
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“Most of the dogs didn’t really catch my attention until I’d seen this boxer named Quincy,” one UnChained participant recounted. The students work alongside coaches, a professional dog trainer, and volunteer classroom assistants. By establishing an emotional connection and teaching young people about a dog’s needs, Wolf says her team sees a change occur. Students learn from professional dog trainers and implement a clicker method where a dog is praised and rewarded for good behavior with a treat. There’s a vulnerability that the dogs allow the kids to open up with.”The dogs in the program are rescued from shelters and are vetted by a professional dog trainer before they join the program.
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CNN —A controversial statue by Pakistani-American sculptor Shahzia Sikander — one of a handful of public pieces by the celebrated artist — has been beheaded at the University of Houston. The intact work of art, seen while on display in Madison Square Park in 2023. The university cancelled an opening celebration of Sikander’s work along with a scheduled talk from the artist. “And I hold the University of Houston accountable for their inadequate response and failure to protect the art. I have asked the university to remove the tarp and show the violated work.
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CNN —Shelley Duvall, best known for her roles in “The Shining” and several acclaimed Robert Altman films, has died, according to reports, citing a family spokesperson and her longtime partner. Duvall died in her sleep at their home in Blanco, Texas of complications of diabetes, Dan Gilroy, her life partner of more than 30 years, told The Hollywood Reporter. She returned to screens and in 2023 for the horror film “The Forrest Hills.”“I wanted to act again. And then this guy kept calling, and so I wound up doing it,” Duvall quipped in her interview with the Times. “If you ever do a horror film, other horror films are going to come to you, no matter what you do.”
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In addition to people who worked directly for Trump, others who participated in Project 2025 were appointed by the former president to independent positions. Several people involved in Project 2025 didn’t serve in the Trump administration but were influential in shaping his first term. Both Trump and Project 2025 have called for eliminating the Department of Education. Vast network of Trump alliesHowever, Trump’s attempts to distance himself from Project 2025 have already encountered credibility challenges. Shortly after Trump’s Truth Social post last week, Democrats noted a recruitment video for Project 2025 features a Trump campaign spokeswoman.
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Read previewThis as-told-to essay is based on a transcribed conversation with Matt Krueger, 30, about building income from rental properties in Des Moines, Iowa. Related storiesBetween 2017 and 2021, our rental income averaged $1,200 to $1,500 monthly, taking into account money set aside for mortgage payments. I was inspired to try short-term rentals and quit my day job in 2022One day, I listened to a podcast about short-term rentals and Airbnb. AdvertisementOne downside of short-term rentals is the increased adminIn 2023, we made around $97,000 in revenue from long-term rentals and around $143,000 from two short-term rentals. In May this year, we opened our third short-term rental, hoping to increase our revenue even further.
Persons: , Matt Krueger, who's, I'd, We've, I've Organizations: Service, Business, Facebook Locations: Des Moines , Iowa, Des Moines, Airbnb, Texas
CNN —A historically hot summer in the United States is on a July killing spree and the toll will only grow with the hottest days yet to come. It’s been the hottest summer on record to date for around 100 US cities from Maine to California. Nine were over the age of 65, the county medical examiner told CNN. At least 10 suspected heat deaths are being reported in Oregon. The region is still typically quite hot in July even without heat reaching record levels daily.
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Read previewSteven and Lauren Keys, now 33 and 34, retired at 29 and have visited every state and national park — managing to grow their wealth while doing so. They've explored much of the country, deciding their favorite national parks are in California and Alaska — while their least favorite are in the Midwest. "We've been to Yosemite a couple of times, and there are areas where you're sitting in traffic literally in a national park for an extra 45 minutes." About 41% of the total cost of attending all national parks came from traveling to Alaska, Hawaii, and other American territories. Their least favorite national park was Hot Springs in Arkansas, which was the first national park they visited.
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Instead, it's a small town in the South that only welcomed its first Starbucks in 2022: Celina, Texas. Celina mayor Ryan Tubbs told Business Insider that he believes people are drawn to two main things about Celina: its relative affordability and its tight-knit community. According to the city, from 2010 until June 2024, 15,062 single-family permits have been issued for Celina. Michelle Clifford, her husband, and children are moving to Celina, Texas, in July. Courtesy of the city of CelinaTo preserve Celina's friendly vibe, the city puts on events, especially in its downtown square.
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A Texas-based power company that only joined the S & P 500 two months ago is the third-best performing stock in the index this year, boosted by the same demand for everything connected to artificial intelligence. Fast forward to today and Vistra stock has soared 139% this year, adding $18.5 billion to its market cap, which now totals $32 billion, according to FactSet data. "We are always surprised when you see a move the size that we've seen, but I think it's been a long time building," Jim Burke, CEO of Vistra, told CNBC's "Closing Bell" Tuesday. Vistra also owns nuclear power plants, one of the most in-demand power sources in the 2024 market because reactors burn no fossil fuel and emit no greenhouse gases . Guggenheim has a buy rating on Vistra stock with a price target of $133, implying 44% upside from Wednesday's close of $92.31.
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June was the Earth’s 13th consecutive month to break a global heat record. It beat the record set last year for the hottest June on record, according to data from the Copernicus Climate Change Service of the European Union. “We need to be preparing for more heat, more often. That’s the reality.”More than half the U.S. population — almost 175 million people — faced extreme heat on July 4, and the impacts of this new normal continued to broil the country this week. In the Western United States, a heat dome fed wildfires, and in Houston, the country’s fourth-largest city, excessive heat threatened lives.
Persons: , , Katherine Idziorek, , Hurricane Beryl Organizations: European Union, University of North, Hurricane Locations: University of North Carolina, Charlotte, United States, Houston, Texas
Read previewThis as-told-to essay is based on a conversation with Jimmy Sweeney, a 31-year-old dad who has been traveling the world with his wife, Brooke, and 4-year-old daughter, Isla, to find a new home since June 2023. Brooke and I have always loved traveling, and having a kid, we knew we didn't want to change that. We sold our house and started our journey in EuropeWe put our house on the market in April of last year. Seeing the stories kids in a place are growing up with is a great way to learn about a culture. We've loved a lot of places so farIt doesn't take long to understand whether you relate to or feel a part of somewhere.
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Some Texas residents used Whataburger's app to track power outages in the wake of Hurricane Beryl. They used its restaurant map to see which areas appeared to have regained power. 2.26 million customers lost access to power, said CenterPoint Energy, Houston's main energy provider. AdvertisementPeople in Texas have been using Whataburger's app to follow power outages in the wake of Hurricane Beryl because of a lack of information from Houston's main energy provider. CenterPoint Energy said that 2.26 million customers had lost their power access during the storm.
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Oil prices rebounded on Wednesday following three days of declines after an industry report showed U.S. crude and fuel stockpiles fell last week, indicating steady demand, and the outlook for interest rate cuts improved. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude rose 26 cents to $81.67 a barrel, after falling 1.1% in the previous session. Following Powell's comments investors continued to put a nearly 70% probability on a Fed rate cut in September. The outlook for higher oil prices was also supported by a U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) report on Tuesday showing global oil demand will outpace supply next year, reversing a prior forecast for a surplus. In Texas, oil and gas companies restarted some operations on Tuesday after Hurricane Beryl lashed the state, while some facilities sustained damage and power had not been fully restored.
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The nature of illegal lockouts means they are hard to track directly. One of the responding officers calls a sergeant over, who says there's nothing else they can do. While only 14% of lockout calls led to a police report, 86% of calls about shoplifting did. As they walk over, one of the officers tells the other to look up "illegal lockout" on his phone. A 2006 bill that would have defined illegal lockouts for all Illinois residents was defeated.
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A handful of states, including Texas and Nevada, have set up dedicated systems designed to restore tenants to their homes after an illegal lockout. She and her family still don't have a new apartment, she said, and the eviction cases on her record don't help. BI reviewed two years' worth of lockout cases from the department and found city lawyers routinely dismissed tickets, often without documenting why. Bridget Bennett for Business InsiderThat afternoon, Brown had three cases on his docket in which tenants were alleging they'd been illegally locked out and dozens of cases in which landlords were seeking formal evictions. In 2022, Miami-Dade County passed a tenant's bill of rights that underlines the illegality of lockouts and limits a landlord's ability to harass tenants.
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Read previewIn 2018, at age 40, Kenneth Ferraro decided to pursue a college degree for the first time. Ferraro, who's based in Texas, had worked as a truck driver for decades, he told Business Insider via email. The perceived benefits of a college degree have led more Americans to go back to school later in life. Related storiesFerraro shared the biggest challenges he's faced in his job search, including why he thinks having a college degree has sometimes worked against him. While having a college degree improved his credentials, he thinks his age has held him back in the job market.
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A home destroyed by Hurricane Beryl bakes in the midday sun on Monday off Blue Water Highway in Surfside Beach. At least six people have died in Texas and one in Louisiana as a result of Hurricane Beryl, as a huge clean-up and restoration operation gets underway to reconnect 2.3 million energy customers who lost power during the storm's disastrous procession through the state. A 53-year-old man and a 74-year-old woman both died when trees fell onto their homes in separate incidents in Harris County, Texas, police said. Beryl has since been downgraded to a tropical depression, but more than 21 million people from Arkansas to Michigan were under flood watches Tuesday morning as it continues to moves northeast. At least six people died in Texas as a result of the storm after it made landfall on Monday as a Category 1 hurricane with sustained wins speeds of 80 mph.
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CNBC Daily Open: Are markets overly optimistic?
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Traders work on the floor at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City, U.S., December 1, 2023. This report is from today's CNBC Daily Open, our international markets newsletter. CNBC Daily Open brings investors up to speed on everything they need to know, no matter where they are. While open to collaboration, Elliott plans to give shareholders a say in leadership changes if the board remains unresponsive. Despite selling $379 million worth of bitcoin in recent weeks, Germany's Federal Criminal Police Office still holds roughly 32,488 bitcoins — worth around $1.9 billion at today's prices.
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A CNN investigation found that Airbnb consistently fails to protect its guests despite knowing hidden cameras are a persistent concern within its industry. Video Ad Feedback A woman describes the moment she realized her Airbnb host had placed a hidden camera in her room. And, while hotels can be held legally responsible for guests harmed on their property, Airbnb frequently is not. In January, CNN began reaching out to former Airbnb employees to ask about hidden camera concerns within the industry. “Less than a month for every victim,” said Wyzynajtys, the guest who found Allee’s hidden camera.
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But recent history raises deep questions about whether Democratic Senate candidates can continue to levitate as far above the presidential ticket as polls now show. “A Democratic Senate majority coalition relies on having both Senators from a state such as Michigan,” said Daniel Hopkins, a University of Pennsylvania political scientist. As recently as the 1980s, it was common for voters to split their tickets in Senate races. Still, even that alignment left room for some Senate candidates to swim against this general tide. This history, by itself, doesn’t answer whether Democratic Senate candidates would have better prospects with or without Biden as their presidential nominee.
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