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BALDWIN COUNTY, Ala (WALA) — In the last seven days Baldwin beach lifeguards have had to rescue more than 25 people. For many swimmers, they are in the water having fun when suddenly a rip takes hold, but there is hope that new technology will help keep people safe. On Wednesday, a red flag was …

SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) – While tourism is beginning to make a comeback in San Francisco, another unfortunate trend is rising along with it: vehicle break-ins. Business owners in the Fisherman’s Wharf area have a nickname for the shards of auto glass littering the street, “San Francisco Snow.” READ MORE: Santa Rosa Police Investigate Park …

The inconvenience of taking off your shoes to go through a security check at airports may become nothing but a memory. Instead, departing passengers could step onto a small platform that would use electromagnetic waves to check for any object hidden inside shoes that could pose a threat onboard. Two seconds later, quicker than passengers …

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention cleared vaccinated Americans to travel again, but some immunized travelers remain on the fence about making summer plans.   Is it finally safe to fly? What about visiting unvaccinated relatives or traveling with young children?   CNBC Global Traveler asked medical professionals — all of whom are …

By Associated Press10 Mar 2021 23:04 Two firefighters loaned to Washington DC authorities for the day said they were the only medics on the Capitol steps January 6, trying to triage injured officers as they watched the angry mob swell and attack police working to protect Congress. Law enforcement agents were “being pulled into the …

Steve Ramage has owned creameries and cookie shops across town for nearly a decade. He said this is the busiest winter he’s seen. SEVIER COUNTY, Tenn — In Sevier County, January is the slowest time of year. Business in the area tends to dry up once Dollywood and other seasonal attractions close. At least, that’s …

More than $157 billion has been raised as of Thursday, according to data provider Dealogic—over a third of that in the past 11 weeks—and the number of listings is the largest since the final hurrah of the dot-com boom in 2000. The soaring public offerings are showering returns on some of the biggest names in …

Basil Springer “But Jesus beheld them, and said unto them, With men this is impossible; but with God all things are possible.” – Matthew 19:26 [BRIDGETOWN, Barbados] – This series of columns, on the theme “Tourism is Our Key”, positions tourism as the sector which can best be the catalyst to lead the Caribbean COVID-19 …

This summer, in the midst of all the doom and gloom of the pandemic, something remarkable happened in Hawaii. For 13 bittersweet weeks — in between Hawaii’s first stay-at-home order and the dramatic spike of coronavirus cases that sent Oahu into a second lockdown — people got to see what the Aloha State was like …

AUGUST for me is punctuated by an almost palpable feeling of fresh starts and new beginnings, as I watch three of my children leave the house each day in earnest to embark upon these first few weeks of a new term at school. The change in the light during the day and the arrival of …