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Pet Owners Are Worried About Near Epidemic Dog Flu -

 If you’re a dog lover, heads up about the dog flu.

This, like human flu is pretty serious and more likely to kill. The highly contagious disease has now spread to 46 states. The scary symptoms include coughing, sneezing, lethargy, decreased appetite and difficulty breathing.

The illness can cause permanent damage to pooches. A vaccine is available and experts highly recommend it be given. Early warning signs can look like kennel cough, so it’s important to high tail it to a vet.

One more thing… there is no dog flu season, it spreads year round.

Source: Fox News

*Part of a road has collapsed in Glendale, officials say it's because of a water main break.  Missouri American Water says it's near Bismark and Bellvedere Lane, they have closed the road



*A Louisiana school teacher was handcuffed and dragged out of a school board meeting after she questioned the decision to give the superintendent a raise, and video of the incident has sparked outrage.

Deyshia Hargrave, an English teacher at a middle school in Kaplan, Louisiana, spoke out against the superintendent's proposed raise. Moments later, a deputy asked her to sit down or be removed, but Hargrave decided to leave on her own. But then the deputy followed her into the hallway where he pulled her down to the floor and handcuffed her. The entire incident was captured on video and quickly went viral.

(ABC News)

Large Earthquake Rattles The Caribbean

A tsunami advisory for Cuba, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands is being canceled following a powerful 7.6-magnitude earthquake.

The quake struck in the Caribbean Sea north of Honduras. The U.S. Geological Survey has downgraded the quake from its preliminary 7.8-magnitude. It was one of the strongest temblors to strike the region in modern times.

The shaking in Honduras caused some homes to crack, but otherwise no damage or injuries were reported.

Source: CBS News

Judge Temporarily Blocks DACA End - 

The court battle over an immigration program is beginning.

A federal judge is blocking the Trump administration from rolling back the DACA immigration program. The U.S. District Court judge in San Francisco said the administration must resume accepting renewal applications for the program that protects immigrants who were brought to the U.S. illegally as children. However, immigrants not currently covered by DACA cannot apply for the program.

President Trump rescinded the program last September. Congress is working on a way to protect DACA recipients.

Source: CNN


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