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German explosion: 25 hurt, 4 seriously, in Wuppertal blast

At least 25 people were hurt in an explosion in Wuppertal, Germany, police said Sunday.

According to The Associated Press, four victims were hurt "severely" in the blast and ensuing fire late Saturday at a "several-story building." The other victims suffered slight injuries, the AP reported

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"It can currently not be ruled out that there are still other people in the building," police said Sunday, according to Deutsche Welle. "The rescue efforts are ongoing."

Authorities are looking into what caused the blast, the AP reported.

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San Diego police shooting: 2 officers injured, suspect dead

Two police officers reportedly were shot and injured late Saturday in San Diego, California. 

Here is the latest information:

Update 1:43 a.m. PDT June 24: KNSD’s Omari Fleming reports that investigators are unsure whether the suspect died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound or was killed by officers.

KSWB’s Andrew Luria tweeted that “hundreds of rounds may have been fired” in the shootout.

Update 1:07 a.m. PDT June 24: The San Diego Union-Tribune is reporting that the suspect is dead. According to the newspaper, “a police dog went in and bit the suspect on the leg” after a robot searched the apartment. 

“After getting no response from the man, police determined he was dead shortly before 1 a.m.,” the Union-Tribune reported.

Update 1 a.m. PDT June 24: According to KSWB’s Andrew Luria, one of the wounded San Diego police officers “is currently in surgery with a life-threatening injury” after being shot in the chest. The second officer suffered a gunshot wound to the shoulder but is “expected to be OK,” Luria tweeted.

Update 12:26 a.m. PDT June 24: According to KFMB reporter Steve Price, the shooting suspect “appears to be down” and has “head trauma.”

KSWB’s Andrew Luria reported that the suspect had been “wearing body armor.” Officers sent a robot into the apartment where he had been hiding, police said.

The San Diego Union-Tribune reported that the suspect was “possibly deceased.”

The wounded San Diego police officers’ condition was not yet known, Price tweeted.

Update 12:01 a.m. PDT June 24: According to the San Diego Union-Tribune, police said a gunman shot at officers through a wall at an apartment complex off Rolando Court. A SWAT team was at the scene, where the suspected shooter was still inside the building, police said.

The newspaper reported that officers had taken another man into custody about 11:20 p.m. PDT but “ascertained within moments that he was not the shooter.”

Emergency personnel rescued a firefighter from the building after the two wounded police officers “and at least one firefighter were pulled out of the building on a ladder,” the Union-Tribune reported.

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Chef, author, TV star Anthony Bourdain dead at 61

Anthony Bourdain, an American chef, author, and television personality who hosted “Parts Unknown,” was found dead in his hotel room, CNN reported Friday. He was 61. 

Bourdain was found in his hotel room in Strasbourg, France, CNN reported.

The Emmy-winning host committed suicide, CNN confirmed.

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"It is with extraordinary sadness we can confirm the death of our friend and colleague, Anthony Bourdain," CNN said in a statement Friday morning. "His love of great adventure, new friends, fine food and drink and the remarkable stories of the world made him a unique storyteller. His talents never ceased to amaze us and we will miss him very much. Our thoughts and prayers are with his daughter and family at this incredibly difficult time."

Bourdain was in France to work on an upcoming episode of “Parts Unknown,” an award-winning series on CNN. His friend, French chef Eric Ripert, found Bourdain unresponsive in his hotel room, CNN reported.

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The eleventh season of "Parts Unknown" premiered on CNN last month.

Bourdain won a Peabody Award in 2013 for “expanding our palates and horizons in equal measure," CNN reported.

“I want to extend my heartfelt condolences to his family,” President Donald Trump said as he prepared to attend the G7 summit in Canada. “I enjoyed his show. He was a character.” 

Bourdain's death occurred three days after fashion designer Kate Spade hanged herself at her Manhattan apartment on Tuesday.

The 24-hour telephone number for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is 1-800-273-8255 (1-800-273-TALK).

Home offered calf left to mourn after semi hits, kills mom on I-70 in Huber Heights  

UPDATE @ 10:02 p.m.: A national organization is offering a home for a calf whose mother was killed on I-70 West early Friday as the two walked near the interstate.

The calf has been  taken to a farm where he’ll stay temporarily as Huber Heights police continue working to locate the owner.

A semitrailer hit and killed the cow as the two walked up the on-ramp from state Route 235 to I-70 about 6 a.m.

Police said they aren’t sure how the cows made their way to the interstate. There was no information about the condition of the rig’s driver.

Police put in a call to Timothy Manos, a local livestock expert, who helped capture the calf. Police officers blocked the right lane along the interstate while they fed the calf greens to keep the young one calm.

Manos reached out to another local rancher for an extra set of hands to help coax the calf into a trailer for the ride to the temporary digs.

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Tonight, Farm Sanctuary, whose officials bill it as “America’s leading farm animal protection organization,” is offering the calf a home.

“We were heartbroken to hear about the runaway cow and watched tragically as his companion, who is presumed to be his mother, was struck and killed...,” officials with the Watkins Glen, N.Y.-based organization said in a prepared statement issued by spokeswoman Meredith Turner-Smith.

“We commend Huber Heights police for consoling and protecting the distressed calf. Cows are sentient animals with strong maternal bonds and grieve deeply when they lose a loved one. We want to offer a lifetime of care for this traumatized youngster,” the statement read in part.

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Shooter dead in Panama City, Florida standoff, reports say 

A standoff in Panama City, Florida, ended Tuesday with the death of the alleged shooter.

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When police were able to get inside the apartment of Kevin Robert Holroyd, they found the suspected killer dead in a gas-soaked apartment, according to the News Herald.

Authorities were searching for Holroyd, 49, in connection with a murder Tuesday morning in Santa Rosa Beach in Walton County, according to the sheriff’s office.

When they attempted to access his apartment building Tuesday afternoon, authorities said Holroyd opened fire on officers, sparking an intense exchange of gunfire, then a standoff that lasted several hours.

Update 4:10 p.m. EDT:

Investigators were searching the Briarwood Apartments after several rounds of gunfire were exchanged Tuesday afternoon between shooting suspect Kevin Robert Holroyd  and Bay County first responders.

Bay County authorities believe Holroyd is involved with the shooting death of a 30-year-old man in Walton County Tuesday morning, the News Herald reported.

Investigators had been watching Holroyd’s apartment when they received reports of a gas leak at the building, according to the News Herald. When they tried to check the building, the suspect opened fire.

Update 3:50 p.m. EDT: The Walton County Sheriff’s Office has confirmed the standoff in Panama City is related to a fatal shooting at a home in Santa Rosa Beach.

The victim has been identified as Clinton Street. Street was 30 years old and was killed at a house on White Heron Drive. There’s no word on what led to Street’s death or who the suspect is, but the sheriff’s office said in a tweet that the two incidents are related.

Update 2:40 p.m. EDT: Walton County sheriff’s deputies confirmed that a shooting in Panama City, described Tuesday afternoon by police as active and ongoing, appeared to be connected to a suspicious death reported earlier Tuesday in Santa Rosa Beach.

Authorities did not immediately elaborate on the connection.

Update 2:33 p.m. EDT: Police described the incident as an ongoing “active shooter situation,” according to multiple reports.

Caitlin Lawrence, public information officer for Panama City, told the News Herald that authorities believe the suspect was still on the scene Tuesday afternoon.

Original report: Witnesses told WJHG that they heard more than 50 shots.

What sounded like gunshots could be heard on-air as WMBB interviewed a witness about the shooting.

One person has been reported with a graze wound, the Panama City News Herald reported.

Man accused of killing deputy in Maine captured

UPDATE: Authorities have captured John Williams, the man believed to have shot and killed a sheriff's deputy in Maine early Wednesday.

Williams was captured alive Saturday, according to authorities.

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Swedish musician Avicii dead at 28

Swedish DJ Avicii was found dead Friday in Oman, his publicist confirmed. He was 28.

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Former first lady Barbara Bush in failing health

Former first lady Barbara Bush is in failing health, the office of former President George H.W. Bush confirmed Sunday.

Bush, 92, has made several visits to the hospital in the past year while battling Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease and congestive heart failure, the family said.

A family spokesman said Bush will not receive more medical treatment and will focus on "comfort care."

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Missing CDC researcher Timothy Cunningham likely drowned, investigators say

The body found near the Chattahoochee River late Tuesday night is that of missing Centers for Disease Control and Prevention employee Timothy Cunningham, WSBTV and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.

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Roads remain closed due to high water throughout the Miami Valley

Tuesday’s heavy rains produced high water that have shut down several area roads in multiple counties across the Miami Valley for a few days. 

>> RECORD RAIN TOTALS: New record set in Dayton

Here are a list of road closures by county as of Thursday, April 5:

AUGLAIZE

  • In St. Marys, Barber Werner Road between SR 197 and Center Line Road
  • In Wapakoneta, SR 197 between National Road and Kossuth Loop Road, will be closed for several days 
  • In Wapakoneta, TownLine Road between Buckland Holden Road and Fairmount Road

>> NWS to survery area to confirm tornado report

CLARK

  • In Fairborn, Haddix Road
  • In Fairborn, Spangler Road
  • In Medway, Lake Road
  • Several areas along Lower Valley Pike
  • In New Carlisle, Tillie Lane
  • In Springfield, Upper Valley Pike near Route 4
  • In Springfield, Route 4 at Lower Valley Pike
  • In Springfield, County Line Road west of US 68 

>>Water rescue due to high water on Lower Valley Pike

DARKE (reported closures are mainly north and south of the region)

  • In Rossburg, Duncan Road off of SR 47 and McFeely-Petry Road between Rhynard-Fink Riad and OH 118

>> STORM DAMAGE: Significant amount reported in Xenia, Beavercreek townships

GREENE

  • In Sugarcreek Twp, OH-725 at Sackett Wright Park
  • In Sugarcreek Twp., Lower Bellbrook Road at OH 725
  • In Xenia, the entire length of Clifton Road, the road is closed due to high water and trees down 
  • In Xenia, Ludlow Road near Linebaugh Road
  • In Bellbrook, Washington Mill Road at Hess Road and Lower Hillside Drive
  • In Bellbrook, Sheffield Drive at Vemco Drive
  • In Fairborn, Medway Road at OH 235
  • In Cedarville, Weimer Road between Gravel Pit Road and Barber Road
  • In Cedarville, Cummings Road

MONTGOMERY

PREBLE (multiple county roads are closed throughout, but water is receding on major roads)

  • In Jackson Twp, Preble County Line Road at Kinsey Road

MIAMI 

  • In Tipp City, State Route 571 between OH-202 and the city limits
  • In Troy, Eldean Road between County Road 25A and Piqua-Troy Road
  • In Covington, Covington Bradford Road between State Route 48 and Rangeline Road
  • In Covington, Marlin Road at State Route 48 
  • In Covington, Perry Road at Crescent Road

WAYNE, Ind.

  • In Richmond, Nolands Fork Road between N. Centerville Road and King Road
  • In Richmond, Abington Pike between S. Centerville Road and Smelser Road
  • In Richmond, Elks Country Club Road between the northern train tracks and Hayes Aroboretum 
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