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Sgt. Chris Ward, of Watauga County, North Carolina was shot in an hours-long standoff with a gunman who was later found dead in an apparent suicide.
The shootout began when deputies arrived at a home in Boone to perform a wellness check at 10:00am. The wellness check was prompted by the fact that the family had not shown up to work. When the deputies arrived, all of the family’s cars were parked outside.
But when the officers attempted to enter the home, the gunman opened fire.
Another officer, K-9 Deputy Logan Fox was also struck by gunfire and was stuck inside the home for the remainder of the standoff. It wasn’t until after 11:00pm that the situation was resolved.
“This is an incredibly tragic situation and our thoughts and prayers are with everyone involved as well as their families and our community,” said Watauga County Sheriff Len Hagaman, according to the report.
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THESE STOCKS COULD SOON SKYROCKET
Joe Biden is president…
But if you think that’s bad for the stock market… think again.
Biden has released an incredible economic force.
The same economic force that helped build the incredible bull market of the 1990s…
A market that minted a whole new generation of millionaires.
I’m talking about unchecked government spending.
Today, government spending in certain areas of our economy could send a handful of stocks soaring to new heights…
Matt McCall — America’s #1 stock picker — just named 5 stocks that he believes could skyrocket during this Biden boom…
U.S. stock index futures rose on Thursday after blowout earnings results from two of the biggest tech companies: Apple and Facebook.
Futures contracts tied to the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 182 points. S&P 500 futures rose 0.7%, with the benchmark poised to set another record. Nasdaq 100 futures gained 1%.
Investors pointed to strong earnings results from both iPhone maker Apple and social media platform Facebook in explaining Thursday’s gains.
Today is the busiest day of the quarterly earnings season, with roughly 11% of the S&P 500 slated to provide quarterly updates.
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It’s always been said that a rainbow comes after a storm. But in Texas, a rainbow was part of the storm.
In stunning video footage, a tornado was caught on camera in Vernon, Texas. And if that footage in and of itself isn’t incredible enough, a rare surprise was caught on camera with the tornado.
A large rainbow was seen right beside the large tornado in Vernon. Seeing a rainbow next to a tornado and under dark skies is definitely an unusual sight to behold. The unique visual was caught on camera by a group of storm chasers.
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IT TAKES A VILLAGE
Single parents are often placed in a predicament that’s fraught with economic realities as well as emotions—should you prioritize setting aside money for your children’s future or your own? Is there a way to accomplish both? It’s a tightrope act that can be stressful, confusing and discouraging when pursuing both goals concurrently on a single income.
Single parents can navigate this authentic financial planning dilemma successfully. Money experts have shed some light on how parents should approach these seemingly competing challenges. Here are ten concrete steps that can help your children with money for education while also protecting your own financial future.
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Even if it doesn’t seem like you have any money to save, where there’s a will, there’s a way.
After you create a budget, you can take part in this secret: pay yourself first. If you’re like most people, you probably wait for your paycheck and then pay all your bills and budget for necessities. Now hang on, because here’s a wild idea.
Instead of thinking of your savings as a low priority, “if I have money at the end of all this budgeting then maybe” kind of thing, you need to think of your savings just like any other bill.
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