Search for Migrants After Boat Sinks off Keys

KEY WEST, Fla. (AP) — Four Cuban migrants swam to shore in the Florida Keys, and three others were rescued from the ocean after their boat sank Wednesday, shortly before Hurricane Ian made landfall in southwest Florida,. But it’s possible that 20 more people are still missing, officials said. The four Cubans reached Stock Island, … Read more

Mississippi City With Water Woes to Replace Some Lead Pipes

By EMILY WAGSTER PETTUS, Associated Press JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Officials in Mississippi’s capital city said Wednesday that workers have found lead in water pipes at 16 buildings out of nearly 24,000 checked so far — the latest indication of problems in Jackson’s long-troubled water system. Jackson Mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba acknowledged “no level of … Read more

Police Uncertain if Girl Killed in Shootout Was Abducted

By STEFANIE DAZIO, Associated Press LOS ANGELES (AP) — A Southern California man suspected of killing his estranged wife and abducting their 15-year-old daughter had been living with the teenager out of his pickup truck and hotels for weeks before the violence, authorities said Wednesday. Anthony John Graziano and his daughter, Savannah Graziano, were killed … Read more

JetBlue, Southwest Spar Over Slots in Antitrust Trial

By DAVID KOENIG, AP Airlines Writer Senior executives of JetBlue Airways and Southwest Airlines argued in court Wednesday over JetBlue’s controversial partnership with American Airlines that the Biden administration is seeking the thwart. JetBlue CEO Robin Hayes told a federal court in Boston the partnership will help his airline grow, accommodate customers whose flights gets … Read more

Clinic Shooting Suspect Won’t Be Forcibly Medicated for Now

By COLLEEN SLEVIN, Associated Press DENVER (AP) — A mentally ill man charged with killing three people in 2015 at a Colorado Planned Parenthood clinic because it offered abortion services will not be forcibly medicated as he appeals a federal judge’s order allowing the involuntary treatment. Earlier this month, U.S. District Judge Robert Blackburn ruled … Read more