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The Navy yesterday joined the hunt for two Florida teens who disappeared while fishing in the Atlantic, expanding a sea and air search that has already covered an area the size of Indiana. Searchers found one personal flotation device in the water alongside the capsized boat of missing 14-year-olds Perry Cohen and Austin Stephanos on Sunday. But additional Coast Guard and Navy operations throughout the night and into Monday morning haven’t yielded any additional signs of the boys.
Police swarmed a Milwaukee neighborhood last night after another person reported seeing what might be a lion. They’re calling it an unconfirmed lion sighting. It’s the same area where a police sergeant confirmed seeing what could be a large cat on Saturday. A search of the area has turned up nothing.
Water is currently flowing almost two times faster than its regular pace on the San Marcos River. The pace of the river this year poses dangers for floating Texans.
Lifeguards from the Barton Springs Pool are among the five semi-finalists in Good Morning America’s Lifeguard Surf & Turf Showdown. As of Monday evening, they are in fourth place. Voting ends Today at 11 a.m. If the pool earns first place, Good Morning America will write a check to the city of Austin for $10,000.