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Police in Thailand on Wednesday released a sketch of the man they believe carried out the bombing at a popular shrine in central Bangkok that killed 20 people.
IKEA is offering a refund for more than 350,000 children’s nightlights due to an electrical shock hazard– the nightlights were sold in stores online from August 2013 to July 2015 for about $4. People with the recalled lights can contact IKEA for a refund.
Former Subway spokesman Jared Fogle is expected to plead guilty to charges, today.
As temperatures continue to reach near 100°, mechanics and vehicle inspectors are warning drivers to check their tires. Police confirmed Tuesday a tire blowout was the cause of a crash along State Highway 130 Aug. 13, causing a 2006 Ford Expedition XLT to roll.
Southbound I-35 is closed at Airport Boulevard because of a head-on crash. One person died, two are in critical condition.
The Austin Police Department has developed a reputation for knowing how to handle large crowds – because of the experience they’ve had with all the large events in Austin. Now police chiefs from other departments around the country are coming to gain insight from APD.