First Lady Jill Biden to visit Maine on Saturday

PORTLAND, Maine (WMTW) – First Lady Jill Biden will visit Maine on Saturday as part of the Biden administration’s July 4 holiday weekend “America’s Back Together,” an effort to promote the idea that the country returns to normal before the pandemic. Biden will visit Portland on Saturday afternoon and tour …

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White House roasted for claiming 4th of July barbecue will be 16 cents cheaper this year

WASHINGTON, DC (WTVO) – The Biden administration fireworks set on Thursday with a tweet that bragged about the July 4th barbecues will be 16 cents cheaper this year. The White House tweeted that the cost of a barbecue was down 16 cents in 2021, compared to 2020. “Planning a barbecue …

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Celebrate Independence Day, run St. Pete’s Pier or have a local barbecue this weekend in Tampa Bay

* The video above shows the new fireworks display at Busch Gardens, which will feature a grand patriotic finale this weekend! TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – There are a lot of fun things to do this Independence Day weekend and for many of us it’s a three day weekend! If you’re …

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White House mocked tweet filled with puns claiming cheaper July 4th barbecue

The White House social media team set off fireworks it didn’t want on Thursday when it tried to counter inflation fears by claiming Americans would enjoy cheaper holidays for the Day of the Dead. ‘Independence this year. “Are you planning a barbecue this year?” ” the moan-worthy tweet started. “From …

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Firefighters concerned about peak structural fires on the Wasatch front

MURRAY, Utah – Murray City Fire investigators say a man is in custody in connection with an apartment fire at Stillwater Apartments that has left around 50 people searching for housing. At this time, this man is only considered a person of interest, and no charges have been filed. The …

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Ask an expert: coexist with wildlife during a drought

Just as humans must learn to adapt to changes in water availability during a drought, so do wildlife. Less water means less habitat available for wildlife, and since Utah is home to significant numbers of wildlife, prolonged drought can create a perfect storm for human-wildlife conflict at the city-wilderness interface. …

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Taylorsville Teen Dismembered, Stabbed

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – A teenager whose remains were discovered in a Taylorsville trailer last month was also stabbed in the head 26 times, according to a court document. Police arrested Rowdy Lee Aguilar, 17, and he was charged as an adult with aggravated murder. The body of 15-year-old …

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Salt Lake Chamber speaking on Business: Open Streets SLC

The Salt Lake City Room · Business Talk: Open Streets SLC Here’s Derek Miller talking about business. Once again, Salt Lake City will host Open Streets to help support businesses, strengthen our economy, and welcome people to the heart of our community. Dee Brewer, Head of the Downtown Alliance, is …

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Danny Meyer wants alfresco dining to save New York

“Someone sent me a box of hot dogs,” Danny Meyer said as he entered Union Square Café, his oldest restaurant, holding a large cardboard package. He placed the package on the bar, took off his mask, and opened a cover letter, from the owner of a series of hot dog …

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Real Salt Lake win Nashville SC first visit to Utah draw

SANDY – Real Salt Lake won their first draw of the season on Saturday night. The home side followed the lead of the visitors, Nashville SC, who found their fourth place finish in five games. David Ochoa made three saves in his first career shutout, but Real Salt Lake couldn’t …

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