close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for August 11 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. NEW You can now listen to Fox News articles! The official who triggered the federal probe into former President Donald Trump's handling of classified documents opted against doing the same concerning Hillary Clinton's email scandal. David Ferriero, who served as the director of the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) from November 2009 until he retired this past April, said in a February letter to House Oversight Committee leadership that his staff had started communicating with the Department of Justice (DOJ) earlier this year. In January, Trump returned 15 boxes of documents from his time in office to NARA after the agency notified him the material belonged to the federal government. Former President Donald Trump's Florida residence was raided by the FBI on Monday. … [Read more...] about National Archives official who notified DOJ in Trump probe declined to do the same over Clinton emails
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NEW YORK CITY — On a scorching summer evening, with humidity choking the city, thousands of sweaty visitors lined up to ascend almost 1,400 feet up in the air. Children squealed in delight as they disembarked on the 57th floor Summit observatory at the One Vanderbilt tower, as all of Manhattan unfolded in front of them through glass windows, from the delicate, silvery tip of the Chrysler Building to One World Trade Center catching the setting sun, a symbol of the city’s rebirth from a 2001 tragedy. San Francisco also knows how to attract people during these bizarre times — take Outside Lands , for instance — but there’s a difference between an annual extravaganza and, in Summit’s case, a typical Monday. Lethargic downtown San Francisco lacks the energy and sheer mass of daily locals and tourists that have reinvigorated Midtown Manhattan and beyond to provide a sense of how life in this metropolis used to be. There’s always been a disparity — New York has 10 times the … [Read more...] about New York is roaring back from the worst of the pandemic. Why isn’t San Francisco?
For the first time since March, the national average price for a gallon of gas fell below the $4 mark this week, according to GasBuddy. But what about in California and the Bay Area? Gas prices skyrocketed in the United States following the Russian invasion of Ukraine in February — reaching record highs of more than $6 per gallon in California and across the Bay Area . The COVID-19 pandemic and fears of a recession also contributed to the rise in gas prices, petroleum analysts said. On Tuesday, the national average price for a gallon of gas dropped to $3.99, officials from GasBuddy said in a news release. That number fell slightly again on Wednesday to $3.97 per gallon, the company said. The AAA also anticipated the price drop this week, attributing it to low oil prices, low gas demand and economic concerns. A recent AAA survey found that nearly two-thirds of drivers have been driving less since March due to high gas prices, lowering the demand and cost of gas, … [Read more...] about This state just passed California as the place with the most expensive gas
Good morning, Bay Area. It’s Thursday, Aug. 11, and Bay Bridge traffic has rebounded to nearly 2019 levels. Here’s what you need to know to start your day. San Francisco D.A. scrutinized Questions are being raised after city records show San Francisco District Attorney Brooke Jenkins was paid more than $100,000 by a nonprofit organization formed by a Silicon Valley billionaire who helped bankroll the recall of her predecessor, Chesa Boudin. The disclosure provoked controversy because Jenkins said she worked on the recall in a volunteer capacity. While experts say it doesn’t appear Jenkins broke any law, the San Francisco Ethics Commission could initiate an investigation. So far, none of her political allies say this has changed their decisions to endorse her candidacy for the November election. Before the disclosure, Jenkins secured top endorsements from San Francisco Democrats who hadn’t supported the recall. The billionaire behind the nonprofit and a top donor to … [Read more...] about Bay Briefing: What we know about D.A. Brooke Jenkins’ six-figure disclosure
Many small and rural communities across California are vulnerable to drought and water shortages as they lack the diverse water sources and infrastructure of big cities like San Francisco and Los Angeles. In some cases, these communities are forced to rely on bottled water or water hauled in from elsewhere, which experts say is costly and unsustainable . Data from the state water board’s 2022 “ Drinking Water Needs Assessment ” shows that nearly 90 water providers across the state, including six in the Bay Area, have had to resort to bottled or hauled-in water to fully meet their communities’ drinking water needs in the past three years. The report finds that California’s ongoing drought played a role in straining supply for some of these providers. There are more than 7,000 water systems in California that provide water for people through pipes or other types of connections, and they vary in size, from those serving large cities to ones built for apartment complexes or … [Read more...] about Amid drought, some California communities are forced to rely on hauled-in or bottled water. This map shows where
King Tari Johnson is a 4-foot-8, 91½-pound 8-year-old from Stockton whose mother packs his Looney Tunes lunchbox with ham, salami and cheese sandwiches she cuts into his favorite shapes: stars, footballs and, of course, basketballs. He’s also the future of the NBA. At least, that’s what a couple of websites that track this sort of thing want you to believe. King Tari, with his smooth ballhandling, advanced footwork and deep shooting range, is considered one of the nation’s best third-grade basketball players. If all goes as planned, he could be a household name in, oh, about a decade. As for the near term? King Tari just wants a growth spurt. Of all the potential pitfalls on his path to the NBA, genes might prove his undoing: His father stands 5-10, and his mom is 5-2. “I’m hoping he grows to be at least 6 feet,” said Tari Johnson, King Tari’s dad and personal trainer. “That would definitely help his chances of getting to the league.” King Tari, a giggly, soft-spoken boy who … [Read more...] about He’s a top-ranked basketball prodigy. But should an 8-year-old be ranked at all?
0 Community Corner Members of the Lantz, Eichelberger, Patterson and Stoner families will gather at Hudson Crossing Park in Oswego. Shannon Antinori , Patch Staff Posted Reply (Courtesy of Roger Matile) (Courtesy of Roger Matile) OSWEGO, IL — The related Lantz, Eichelberger, Patterson and Stoner families of Kendall, Kane, Will, and DuPage counties will again hold their annual reunion on the second Sunday in August. Family members will gather on Sunday, Aug. 14, in the pavilion at Hudson Crossing Park on Harrison Street at the east end of the U.S. Route 34 bridge in Oswego. The extended Lantz and Stoner families began their annual family reunion tradition in 1927 with separate gatherings. In 1939, the two related families decided to combine their reunions, and they've met on the second Sunday in August ever since, with the exception of 2020 when the reunion was cancelled due to the … [Read more...] about 94th Annual Lantz-Stoner Reunion Set For Sunday
0 This post is sponsored and contributed by Real Estate Deerbrook Place is a townhouse community Marco Amidei/RE/MAX Suburban , Brand Partner Posted Reply Deerbrook Place , Aurora , Illinois - May 2019 Deerbrook Place is a townhouse community built by Keim Corporation in the mid 2010's. Deerbrook Place features townhomes with floor plans ranging from 1,695 to 2,337 square feet of living space. Deerbrook Place is located in Aurora, Illinois south of Hafenrichter Road west of Eola Road. There are currently 5 homes for sale ranging from $259,900 to $279,900. Averages for Deerbrook Place Taxes: $7,856 Association Fees: $142 ($95 - $184) Home Size: 2,025 ft2 Lot Size: 0.00 acres Year Built: 2006 Want to know how much your home is worth? View an instant HomesByMarco market analysis! Homes for sale in Deerbrook Place $279,900 - 1833 Turtle Creek Dr. (3 beds / 2.1 baths) $279,900 - 1870 … [Read more...] about Deerbrook Place, Aurora, Illinois – May 2019
1 Real Estate "This is absolutely devastating to us as we just paid rent and now we will have nowhere to live," one resident said. Lisa Marie Farver , Patch Staff Posted | Updated Reply AURORA, IL — Dozens of Aurora families will be without a home Sept. 9 after the apartments they were living in were repeatedly deemed unsafe for habitation. The apartments, located in the old YMCA building on Garfield Avenue, housed elderly, disabled and low-income residents and received a number of building code violations over the years. Resident Ashley Cluchey told Patch that most residents had just paid rent when they found out the apartments they live in would be shuttered for good. "This is absolutely devastating to us as we just paid rent and now we will have nowhere to live," Cluchey said in an email. In a post on the group "What's Happening in Aurora, IL?," Cluchey said residents have been living in a hotel "since the last fire … [Read more...] about Aurora Families Lose Apartments After Building Code Violations
2 Real Estate The 246-unit complex would sit between Jake's Bagels and the Aurora Township building off North Broadway Street, overlooking the Fox River. Emily Rosca , Patch Staff Posted Replies AURORA, IL — A nondescript parking lot along the Fox River will likely soon be home to a new 246-unit, $70 million apartment complex. The Aurora City Council will vote on the development at Tuesday night's meeting. The new building will be located between North Broadway Street and the east bank of the river, between Jake's Bagels and the Aurora Township building. Under the helm of DAC Developments, LLC, the complex would be the first private new construction in downtown Aurora since 2007, city officials said. Residents will be able to rent out a mix of studios and one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments. Subscribe to Patch's free Aurora newsletter and get real-time email alerts. If approved, the complex would have a … [Read more...] about $70 Million Apartment Complex On Fox River Could Come To Aurora