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Dozens of intelligence analysts working at the U.S. military’s Central Command have complained that their reports on ISIS were inappropriately altered by senior officers. It was reported late yesterday that more than 50 analysts had supported a complaint to the Pentagon that the reports had been changed to make the terror groups seem weaker than the analysts believe they really are. They are investigating that right now.
A woman from Texas is the latest life to be taken in a nationwide salmonella outbreak— 341 cases of salmonella in 30 states as of yesterday – up 56 cases from Friday. Seventy people have been hospitalized. California is among the hardest hit—identified 72 cases as of this week. Arizona has had 66 cases.
Buda police go the extra mile to help theft victims–-While Buda police weren’t able to catch the thieves in the latest case, they were able to recover some of the stolen items. When you see your truck on blocks, it’s not the way to start your morning. But Buda PD officers made the situation better for one victim.
“They took time to put the tires back on my vehicle for me, and it was a blessing, they’re my heroes.’
Did you lose power in the storm last night? More than 100 people are still without power this morning in the area around I-35 and 45th street. Austin Energy is working on getting it fixed.
A grand jury has indicted a former Leander ISD bus driver for driving while intoxicated with kids in the bus last October. She had apparently taken some prescribed medication.