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    An off-duty Uber driver is accused of kidnapping a passenger in Pennsylvania. >> Watch the news report here The woman was standing at Seventh and Penn Avenue in downtown Pittsburgh on Saturday night, waiting for an Uber she had requested. A car pulled up with an Uber sticker on it so she got in, but not with the driver she was expecting. Police in West View say Soumana Dao picked her up even though he wasn't on-duty and wasn't her assigned Uber driver. >> Read more trending news Dao started driving north on Interstate 279 toward his home on Center Avenue in West View, according to police, not toward hers in the South Hills. Police say he also started touching her inappropriately. A neighbor heard the woman in distress and stepped in to help her, according to police. A representative for Uber told WPXI that Dao is a driver but wasn't on a trip that night and has since been removed from the app. The ride-sharing company also advises paying attention to who is picking you up and what car they'll be in.
  • Search and rescue efforts in California's Joshua Tree National Park led to the discovery of two bodies embracing one another. They are believed to be Joseph Orbeso, 21, and Rachel Nguyen, 20. >> Watch the news report here According to KESQ and KABC, the couple was last heard from in late July, and search teams later located their car near the beginning of one of the park’s trails. Their last known contact was a cellphone ping in the area, and their belongings were found still inside the Airbnb they were renting, as they never checked out. >> On Rare.us: Watch the amazing moment hikers lost in the wilderness are found by a drone hovering high above the trees Orbeso’s father, Gilbert, and a group of search and rescue workers launched a months-long search for the hikers, making a huge breakthrough on Sunday as they scaled 30-foot cliffs and covered new ground. Clothing, food wrappers and water bottles led them to the bodies, which were picked up by a helicopter and sent to a coroner’s office to confirm the identities. Orbeso’s father, however, is certain that the remains belong to his son and his son’s girlfriend. >> Read more trending news “A sense of relief that we have found them after going a long time on these hikes. I feel like we have closure. We know we found them. That was our main goal, to find them. And I’m glad we did that,” he said, according to KESQ. 'Hope they can rest in peace now,' he added, KABC reported. Official identification of the remains is pending and will follow completed autopsies.
  • President Donald Trump urged conservative activists on Tuesday night to help lobby Senators in favor of a GOP tax reform package, as despite some infighting, Republicans seemed like they would be able to approve a budget outline this week in the Senate, a plan which would allow for future legislative action on a tax bill – without the threat of a Senate filibuster. “Let’s give our country the best Christmas present of all – massive tax relief,” the President said in a speech at the Heritage Foundation, where his vow of big tax cuts drew large cheers from the audience. “This is our once-in-a-generation opportunity to revive our economy,” Mr. Trump added, though he acknowledged that he doesn’t expect much support from Democrats in the Congress. Pres. Trump says tax plan will simplify tax code so 'vast majority of families will be able to file their taxes on a single sheet of paper.' pic.twitter.com/tpFGtRfgfS — ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) October 17, 2017 Before any tax bill can be brought up on the floor of the House and Senate, both chambers must approve a budget outline for 2018, which authorizes the use of the ‘budget reconciliation’ process for tax reform – helping the GOP to avoid a Senate filibuster. That was the same legislative tool used in a failed bid to overhaul the Obama health law. In an important sign for the White House, Sen. Thad Cochran (R-MS) – who had been absent for weeks with an illness, returned to Capitol Hill on Tuesday – and then, GOP leaders won the support of another key Republican Senator, who has tangled repeatedly with the President. “I support the Senate budget resolution because it provides a path forward on tax reform,” said Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), who still wants GOP leaders to add more money to the budget outline for military needs. Still not ready to commit to the budget or tax plans was Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), who lobbed a series of pointed jabs at both McCain, and Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC), accusing them of trying to use budget gimmicks to funnel more money to the Pentagon, instead of finding ways to restrain spending. Rand Paul: “Lindsey graham wouldn’t know a conservative if he met one…” — Frank Thorp V (@frankthorp) October 17, 2017 In a first test vote, the Senate voted 50-47 in favor of beginning debate on the budget framework for 2018, which would balance the budget by 2026. A House budget outline would achieve that a year later. No Democrats joined with Republicans to begin the Senate debate, as right now, the White House faces a difficult task in getting any Democratic lawmakers to endorse the President’s budget or tax plans. “It’s going to be hard to get the Democrats, because they’re obstructionists, and they vote in blocks,” the President said in his Tuesday night speech. If no Democrats cross party lines on taxes, that makes it all the more important for the GOP to stick together in the Senate, or the GOP could face the same outcome as on health care reform. No legislative language for a tax reform plan has been released as yet by the GOP. Lawmakers don’t expect to see all the details until next month.
  • In newly released 911 audio, the Atlanta mother accused of killing two young boys tells a dispatcher she isn’t to blame in their deaths and is frightened she could go to jail. >> Father of slain toddlers says mother shared live video of crime scene Lamora Williams faces two counts of murder in connection with the deaths of her 1- and 2-year-old boys. The mother of four allegedly killed them “by placing them in an oven and turning it on,” according to an arrest warrant.  >> Warrant alleges mother put 2 toddlers in oven, turned it on “Ma’am, I have a question,” Williams begins after the 911 call was answered about 11:30 p.m. Friday. More than two minutes and 20 seconds pass before she tells the dispatcher where she is located. >> Mother accused of killing toddler sons has history of mental illness, family says She repeats several times that she was at work and had left her three sons with a cousin, who left them all alone at the Oakland City West End apartment on Howell Place. “This is so serious; I’m so scared,” Williams, 24, tells the dispatcher. “I don’t want to get locked up because I was at work.” >> 2 children found dead in Atlanta apartment; mother charged The dispatcher tries to calm Williams and promises to send help, but Williams repeats herself. “This is not my fault; I just came home from work,” she says. As soon as the address is revealed, the dispatcher calls police and fire. Williams thanks them and the line goes dead. >> On AJC.com: Funeral home donates services for boys allegedly killed in oven When officials arrived, Ja’Karter and Ke’Younte were dead.  Police say they do not believe the children's mother left them with a caregiver, as she had said. The mother of four allegedly killed them “by placing them in an oven and turning it on,” according to an arrest warrant.  >> Read more trending news Williams was charged and booked into the Fulton County jail, where she remains without bond. The boys’ father also called 911. “I just received a call from my child’s mother that my … two of my … two dead babies; my sons are dead in an apartment,” Jameel Penn tells 911.  “She video called me and I seen it,” Penn says. “I really think they are dead.”
  • More details are emerging about an Atlanta woman accused of killing her two sons. >> Watch the news report here Lamora Williams, 24, has been charged with two counts of murder in the deaths of her two children, ages 1 and 2. Their brother, a 3-year-old, survived. The father of the boys, Jameel Penn, told WSB-TV's Chris Jose that Williams showed the gruesome scene to him on a video call. >> 2 children found dead in Atlanta apartment; mother charged 'It was like a real horror movie. It was Friday the 13th,' he said. 'When I saw my kid, how I saw my kid, that's when I knew what was going on.' On Friday night, Williams told police that she left the kids with a relative around noon and returned home late in the evening to find the children dead. Police say that's not true. Jose learned Penn was one of two people Williams called that night. A picture that WSB-TV obtained shows an oven taken from the apartment. Police say the two boys, Ja'karter and Ke'yaunte, had obvious injuries, including burns. Police said their brother saw his mother kill the boys. Penn first met with Jose at a vigil with friends and family Saturday night. He told Jose that the last time he saw his two toddlers was last month. >> Read more trending news 'Ja’karter, Keyante, my world, my everything. I’m lost,' he said. Neighbors expressed their grief and disbelief at the vigil. They told Jose that the apartment 'smelled like death' – a smell investigators say indicates the bodies may have been inside for a few days. 'How does a 1-year-old and a 2-year-old get in the stove?' said Neesha Smith. Williams' mother, Breanda, told Jose that her daughter has struggled with mental health issues her whole life.  'I just came from the jail,' she said. 'I also let them know to put her on suicide watch because she’s gonna kill herself.' Lamora's sister, Tabitha Hollingsworth, believes that the deaths could have been prevented.  'This was something we saw that could possibly happen. She's had issues from a baby. Issues my mom tried to address with the state of Georgia,' Hollingsworth said. Williams is expected to make her first appearance in court Monday.
  • A 24-year-old mother of four is accused of killing her two youngest sons “by placing them in an oven and turning it on,” according to an arrest warrant obtained Monday by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. An official autopsy is pending. Fulton County jail officials said Lamora Williams waived her first appearance in court Monday on felony murder charges. >> Read more trending news The arrest warrant alleges Williams put her sons in the oven sometime between midnight Thursday and 11 p.m. Friday. Williams called her sons’ father, Jameel Penn, on Friday night and showed him by video chat that something was wrong in her Atlanta apartment home. Penn said he immediately called the police. When officials arrived at the Oakland City West End Apartment complex, the boys, 2-year-old Ke’Younte Penn and 1-year-old Ja’Karter Williams, were dead. Related: 2 children found dead in Atlanta apartment; mother charged Friends and family members of Williams told the AJC she suffered from undiagnosed mental health problems that were exacerbated by her father’s death when she was 19 and by having four children younger than 7. They said she was also a single mother who had some help from Penn, but not enough considering her mental health. Williams’ longtime friend Neesa Smith said Williams quit a job about a month ago because she couldn’t find a babysitter for the kids.  “Nobody could tell what she was going through,” Smith said. Williams’ sister, Tabitha Hollingsworth, said Williams is at risk and should be put on suicide watch in the Fulton County Jail, where she remains without bond.
  • A Canadian man who had been held in Afghanistan for five years by Taliban-tied kidnappers revealed that he thought his kidnapper was joking when he said Donald Trump was president of the United States. Joshua Boyle said one of his captors told him Trump was president just before he was forced to film a “proof-of-life” video, according to the Toronto Star. >> Read more trending news “It didn’t enter my mind that he was being serious,” Boyle said. The Boyle family, including Joshua, his American-born wife, Caitlan Coleman, and their three young children, who were all born in captivity, were rescued by Pakistani forces after U.S. intelligence informed them of the of the family’s location. The family was in the trunk of a car being transferred to another location when their kidnappers engaged in a shootout with Pakistani forces. Some of their kidnappers died in the fight while others fled, but the entire family made it to safety.
  • JEA is looking at expanding its solar footprint by more than 600%. The Board took a series of actions Tuesday to change the utility’s Energy Mix Policy, and specifically boost solar in the future. They first agreed to alter a 2010 resolution that required up to 30% of JEA’s energy to be supplied by nuclear energy generation by 2030. Instead, they’re now adding some flexibility by committing that 30% target can be achieved through carbon-free and carbon-neutral means, which will also incorporate solar, biomass, landfill gas, wind, or other clean sources. Looking specifically at solar, the JEA Board has authorized the Managing Director to negotiate to buy two parcels of land, which will be used for new solar developments. These two parcels will go along with two others already in JEA’s property portfolio, with each of the four expected to host at least 50 MW. Construction is expected to be completed by the end of 2020. JEA will own the propert, but lease it to solar companies and then buy power. In expanding their solar portfolio, JEA noted universal solar allows them to lock in the current rate for a portion of their generation requirements. JEA says the current rate is low and competitive, and on par with JEA’s fuel rate. The utility believes that expanding their solar generation will not only promote their new Energy Mix Policy, but will also help lower the cost of the JEA SolarSmart offering. In all, they say this will mean benefits for customers and the environment. This solar expansion comes on the heels of the Trump Administration reversing course on rules from the prior Administration that were designed to cut back on carbon emissions. Regardless of that reversal, JEA has continued to move forward on cleaner energy. In partnership with FPL, they’re also closing the St. Johns River Power Park in the coming months. JEA also says their newest solar farm just came online Friday.
  • JEA’s Downtown campus needs an estimated $37 million in work to overhaul several major systems- from plumbing to fire protection and more. After lengthy study of the options available, building a new campus has emerged as the leading recommendation for the most cost effective option for JEA’s future. The JEA Board will vote on the first major step in that process Tuesday- a land swap agreement with the City of Jacksonville. The vote would specifically give JEA’s CEO authority to execute the land swap, under the terms and conditions that have been set forward.  Renovating the current building and rebuilding in the current location were also considered, in addition to various sites on which to construct a new campus. Building a new campus on an Adams Street parcel currently owned by the City was deemed the best option when considering the disruption of daily operations, facility needs of JEA, location, and cost.  The City Council and Downtown Investment Authority still need to approve the agreement as well.  JEA’s Downtown campus  The Tower and Customer Center were constructed in 1962 and purchased by JEA in 1989 for $8 million, according to information filed with the JEA Board. Since then, JEA says there has been minimal capital investment.  JEA says their plumbing, electrical, fire protection, security, and structural systems are all due for replacement. The space is also larger than their current needs, according to the JEA documentation.   Maintaining current operations without substantial systems replacement was ruled out as an option through the study, and renovations would require multiple employee relocations. JEA further says the current floor plan is inefficient, and the existing parking beneath the building is a security risk. Further, the costs of moving and maintaining operations through the renovation is estimated at more than $23 million, according to the study prepared for presentation put forward in September 2016.  The land swap  JEA, the City of Jacksonville, and the Downtown Investment Authority have executed a term sheet for a land swap. JEA would vacate its current Downtown campus on Church Street- which includes the Tower and Customer Service Center- and the property would be transferred to the City. In exchange, JEA would receive a parcel east of the Duval County Courthouse, on Adams Street. JEA would build its new campus on that site.   The Adams Street parcel currently owned by the City is 1.52 acres with a land value of $1,655,275. The parcel is currently used for parking and construction trailer storage. JEA’s current Church Street parcel is 1.84 acres with a land value of $1,632,760. The land value for the JEA site does not include the buildings on the property.  If there is environmental remediation needed on the new parcel, the City and JEA will split the cost. If this cost is excessive, JEA can choose to terminate the deal.  While this is a land swap, JEA is committing to marketing to try to sell the existing Downtown campus parcel starting 180 days after they get the parcel for the new site and continuing through 180 days after JEA vacates their current site. At the time of the sale of the JEA parcel, City compensation will be based off the value of the City parcel, which will be valued either at the current assessment in the terms sheet or the 2019 market value- whichever is greater at the time.  If the Church Street campus is sold at a value higher than what the City parcel on Adams Street is worth, JEA and the City will split the net profit. If the sale is below the assessed value of the City parcel, JEA will be responsible for paying the difference.  If JEA is unable to sell its existing Church St. site, the term sheet says JEA will pay to demolish the buildings and return the parcel to street level grade. The City would take ownership of the parcel within 30 days of the completion of that work.  The new campus building or buildings- which don’t have a price tag in the land swap term sheet- will include a customer care facility, office space for roughly 750 employees, sufficient parking, and an emergency operations center. The City also agrees, under the terms sheet, to look at potentially expanding the parking garage that will be built on the new campus to also use for City employee parking.  Construction would be completed around the end of 2020, according to documentation going before the JEA Board.
  • It's another good reason to stay out of any floodwater you may see in your neighborhood.   Due to the heavy rainfall this week, JEA is reporting 3 separate sewage overflows (SSO).   At this time, the estimated gallons spilled has not been released, but the overflows occurred at the following locations: 6600 & 6628 Van Gundy Road, 2515 Lantana Avenue, and West 22nd Street & Wilson, West 25th Street & Marlo, and 1999 West 30th Street.   JEA spokesperson Gerri Boyce explains the problem.   'To put it in perspective, just at one of our wastewater treatment plants, we normally have a flow of 6 million gallons of sewage and yesterday we had 18 million gallons,' says Boyce.   But she tells us the storms are prompting change.   Boyce says, 'We have expanded our planned inflow and infiltration assessment into additional areas of the collection system, in an effort to harden it against extreme weather events.'   JEA has more than 4,000 miles of sewer pipe, making them one of the largest wastewater systems in the country, and the second largest in Florida.   'We have already invested more than $3 billion since we assumed ownership [of the wastewater system] and we plan on investing an additional $1 billion over the next five years,' says Boyce.   Overall, JEA says SSOs have declined over the last decade, even as their system nearly doubled.   If you want to see if there are spills near you, you can find that information on the JEA website.

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  • An off-duty Uber driver is accused of kidnapping a passenger in Pennsylvania. >> Watch the news report here The woman was standing at Seventh and Penn Avenue in downtown Pittsburgh on Saturday night, waiting for an Uber she had requested. A car pulled up with an Uber sticker on it so she got in, but not with the driver she was expecting. Police in West View say Soumana Dao picked her up even though he wasn't on-duty and wasn't her assigned Uber driver. >> Read more trending news Dao started driving north on Interstate 279 toward his home on Center Avenue in West View, according to police, not toward hers in the South Hills. Police say he also started touching her inappropriately. A neighbor heard the woman in distress and stepped in to help her, according to police. A representative for Uber told WPXI that Dao is a driver but wasn't on a trip that night and has since been removed from the app. The ride-sharing company also advises paying attention to who is picking you up and what car they'll be in.
  • Search and rescue efforts in California's Joshua Tree National Park led to the discovery of two bodies embracing one another. They are believed to be Joseph Orbeso, 21, and Rachel Nguyen, 20. >> Watch the news report here According to KESQ and KABC, the couple was last heard from in late July, and search teams later located their car near the beginning of one of the park’s trails. Their last known contact was a cellphone ping in the area, and their belongings were found still inside the Airbnb they were renting, as they never checked out. >> On Rare.us: Watch the amazing moment hikers lost in the wilderness are found by a drone hovering high above the trees Orbeso’s father, Gilbert, and a group of search and rescue workers launched a months-long search for the hikers, making a huge breakthrough on Sunday as they scaled 30-foot cliffs and covered new ground. Clothing, food wrappers and water bottles led them to the bodies, which were picked up by a helicopter and sent to a coroner’s office to confirm the identities. Orbeso’s father, however, is certain that the remains belong to his son and his son’s girlfriend. >> Read more trending news “A sense of relief that we have found them after going a long time on these hikes. I feel like we have closure. We know we found them. That was our main goal, to find them. And I’m glad we did that,” he said, according to KESQ. 'Hope they can rest in peace now,' he added, KABC reported. Official identification of the remains is pending and will follow completed autopsies.
  • President Donald Trump urged conservative activists on Tuesday night to help lobby Senators in favor of a GOP tax reform package, as despite some infighting, Republicans seemed like they would be able to approve a budget outline this week in the Senate, a plan which would allow for future legislative action on a tax bill – without the threat of a Senate filibuster. “Let’s give our country the best Christmas present of all – massive tax relief,” the President said in a speech at the Heritage Foundation, where his vow of big tax cuts drew large cheers from the audience. “This is our once-in-a-generation opportunity to revive our economy,” Mr. Trump added, though he acknowledged that he doesn’t expect much support from Democrats in the Congress. Pres. Trump says tax plan will simplify tax code so 'vast majority of families will be able to file their taxes on a single sheet of paper.' pic.twitter.com/tpFGtRfgfS — ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) October 17, 2017 Before any tax bill can be brought up on the floor of the House and Senate, both chambers must approve a budget outline for 2018, which authorizes the use of the ‘budget reconciliation’ process for tax reform – helping the GOP to avoid a Senate filibuster. That was the same legislative tool used in a failed bid to overhaul the Obama health law. In an important sign for the White House, Sen. Thad Cochran (R-MS) – who had been absent for weeks with an illness, returned to Capitol Hill on Tuesday – and then, GOP leaders won the support of another key Republican Senator, who has tangled repeatedly with the President. “I support the Senate budget resolution because it provides a path forward on tax reform,” said Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), who still wants GOP leaders to add more money to the budget outline for military needs. Still not ready to commit to the budget or tax plans was Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), who lobbed a series of pointed jabs at both McCain, and Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC), accusing them of trying to use budget gimmicks to funnel more money to the Pentagon, instead of finding ways to restrain spending. Rand Paul: “Lindsey graham wouldn’t know a conservative if he met one…” — Frank Thorp V (@frankthorp) October 17, 2017 In a first test vote, the Senate voted 50-47 in favor of beginning debate on the budget framework for 2018, which would balance the budget by 2026. A House budget outline would achieve that a year later. No Democrats joined with Republicans to begin the Senate debate, as right now, the White House faces a difficult task in getting any Democratic lawmakers to endorse the President’s budget or tax plans. “It’s going to be hard to get the Democrats, because they’re obstructionists, and they vote in blocks,” the President said in his Tuesday night speech. If no Democrats cross party lines on taxes, that makes it all the more important for the GOP to stick together in the Senate, or the GOP could face the same outcome as on health care reform. No legislative language for a tax reform plan has been released as yet by the GOP. Lawmakers don’t expect to see all the details until next month.
  • In newly released 911 audio, the Atlanta mother accused of killing two young boys tells a dispatcher she isn’t to blame in their deaths and is frightened she could go to jail. >> Father of slain toddlers says mother shared live video of crime scene Lamora Williams faces two counts of murder in connection with the deaths of her 1- and 2-year-old boys. The mother of four allegedly killed them “by placing them in an oven and turning it on,” according to an arrest warrant.  >> Warrant alleges mother put 2 toddlers in oven, turned it on “Ma’am, I have a question,” Williams begins after the 911 call was answered about 11:30 p.m. Friday. More than two minutes and 20 seconds pass before she tells the dispatcher where she is located. >> Mother accused of killing toddler sons has history of mental illness, family says She repeats several times that she was at work and had left her three sons with a cousin, who left them all alone at the Oakland City West End apartment on Howell Place. “This is so serious; I’m so scared,” Williams, 24, tells the dispatcher. “I don’t want to get locked up because I was at work.” >> 2 children found dead in Atlanta apartment; mother charged The dispatcher tries to calm Williams and promises to send help, but Williams repeats herself. “This is not my fault; I just came home from work,” she says. As soon as the address is revealed, the dispatcher calls police and fire. Williams thanks them and the line goes dead. >> On AJC.com: Funeral home donates services for boys allegedly killed in oven When officials arrived, Ja’Karter and Ke’Younte were dead.  Police say they do not believe the children's mother left them with a caregiver, as she had said. The mother of four allegedly killed them “by placing them in an oven and turning it on,” according to an arrest warrant.  >> Read more trending news Williams was charged and booked into the Fulton County jail, where she remains without bond. The boys’ father also called 911. “I just received a call from my child’s mother that my … two of my … two dead babies; my sons are dead in an apartment,” Jameel Penn tells 911.  “She video called me and I seen it,” Penn says. “I really think they are dead.”
  • More details are emerging about an Atlanta woman accused of killing her two sons. >> Watch the news report here Lamora Williams, 24, has been charged with two counts of murder in the deaths of her two children, ages 1 and 2. Their brother, a 3-year-old, survived. The father of the boys, Jameel Penn, told WSB-TV's Chris Jose that Williams showed the gruesome scene to him on a video call. >> 2 children found dead in Atlanta apartment; mother charged 'It was like a real horror movie. It was Friday the 13th,' he said. 'When I saw my kid, how I saw my kid, that's when I knew what was going on.' On Friday night, Williams told police that she left the kids with a relative around noon and returned home late in the evening to find the children dead. Police say that's not true. Jose learned Penn was one of two people Williams called that night. A picture that WSB-TV obtained shows an oven taken from the apartment. Police say the two boys, Ja'karter and Ke'yaunte, had obvious injuries, including burns. Police said their brother saw his mother kill the boys. Penn first met with Jose at a vigil with friends and family Saturday night. He told Jose that the last time he saw his two toddlers was last month. >> Read more trending news 'Ja’karter, Keyante, my world, my everything. I’m lost,' he said. Neighbors expressed their grief and disbelief at the vigil. They told Jose that the apartment 'smelled like death' – a smell investigators say indicates the bodies may have been inside for a few days. 'How does a 1-year-old and a 2-year-old get in the stove?' said Neesha Smith. Williams' mother, Breanda, told Jose that her daughter has struggled with mental health issues her whole life.  'I just came from the jail,' she said. 'I also let them know to put her on suicide watch because she’s gonna kill herself.' Lamora's sister, Tabitha Hollingsworth, believes that the deaths could have been prevented.  'This was something we saw that could possibly happen. She's had issues from a baby. Issues my mom tried to address with the state of Georgia,' Hollingsworth said. Williams is expected to make her first appearance in court Monday.

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