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A 14-year-old girl and a 12-year-old boy escaped a home for troubled kids and broke into a Central Florida house yesterday, officials say.
The teen, who apparently set fire to a previous children’s home she had lived in, is now “fighting for her life” in a local hospital.
According to Mike Chitwood, the Volusia County sheriff, police officers had been searching for the runaways for several hours, with no luck.
That’s when they got the call that a Volusia County home had been broken into at about 7 p.m. The homeowner had said there were guns inside the home.
The two teens started firing at the officers from within the home upon their arrival.
An hour and a half after the cops first received the call, the girl exited the home and continued her shootout with the deputies. She was shot several times.
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HE IS HELPING EVERYDAY PEOPLE MAKE WORTHWHILE GAINS
What This Millionaire Did in a Coffee Shop Is Groundbreaking
Recently, a man took to the streets and a coffee shop in Denver to conduct an unusual experiment…
He also recorded a controversial video of it.
I’ve saved you a link here.
Now please keep in mind…
He’s NOT a street magician, a politician, a televangelist, or some crackpot.
Instead, he’s a multimillionaire and an angel investor, with thousands of followers…
He was in Denver to unveil a breaking 5G story for 2021 that you won’t hear anywhere else.
It could trigger the long–awaited $12 trillion 5G economy all by itself.
The New York Attorney General Letitia James has requested Kodak’s CEO to publicly testify over allegations of insider trading.
The petition claims that Kodak CEO Jim Continena bought shares of the company while in private talks with the White House. The talks centered over a loan that was to help Kodak pivot to meet industry needs and was worth hundreds of millions of dollars.
“As millions of New Yorkers and Americans across this nation lost their jobs and were waiting for unemployment checks, Kodak’s CEO was using insider information to illegally trade company stock,” Attorney General Letitia James said in a statement.
Kodak’s stock advanced nearly 5.5% yesterday. Over the last year shares are up 187%.
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Does thinking about your budget make you groan? Are you so frustrated that you want to give up? You might think you’re just terrible with money or that you’ll never get the hang of how to manage your finances, but the real problem might actually be with your budget itself.
Here are three situations where it may be best to ditch your budget—your current one, that is—and come up with something that works better for you.
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IT TAKES A VILLAGE
Whether or not individuals develop a personality disorder during their lifetime is determined by many factors, including genetics and biology. The home environment and parenting can either increase or decrease the likelihood that a child will develop personality disorder symptoms later in life.
Here are three common parenting errors that increase the chance that a child will develop symptoms of a personality disorder. All of these errors are commonly made by parents who love their children and act in what they believe to be the child’s best interest. Nonetheless, children learn what they live. Let’s teach them right.
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LEARNING FROM THE PAST
A famous and well-liked comedian is celebrating his 49th birthday today. Can you guess who the birthday boy is?
While he is most known for being a comedian, he is also an actor, television show host, and singer, but has many other talents. He even participated in a popular singing competition recently and won.
The comedian in question was born in Columbus, Georgia, but moved to Orlando, Florida as a young child and was raised by his grandmother. At the age of 49, he has already experienced a successful career, and is even a five-time Emmy winner. He rose to notoriety and became a household name after being part of a popular improv comedy show on television.
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