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Business · Washington

The US economy shrank 1.6% in the first quarter, adding to recession fears

74% Center coverage: 31 sources
The US economy shrank at a slightly faster rate than previously estimated during the first quarter. Real gross domestic product declined at an annualized rate of 1.6% from January to March. The data adds to fears that a recession may be looming. The advance estimate for second-quarter GDP performance is scheduled for release on July 28.See the Story
US & Canada

WATCH LIVE: Jan. 6 hearing features key witness from Trump White House

54% Center coverage: 13 sources
Cassidy Hutchinson, a top aide in Donald Trump's White House, is a vital witness in the sweeping investigation into the Jan. 6, 2021, attack. The 25-year-old was a special assistant and aide to former Trump chief of staff Mark Meadows. Hutchinson has already provided a trove of information to congressional investigators and sat for multiple interviews behind closed doors.See the Story

Sisu names new executive director

Sisu, formerly named Challenged Child and Friends, is the Finnish term for indomitable spirit. The organization said it kept its doors open throughout the pandemic and served over 260 children in the 2021-2022 school year. Dr. Ashley Carter has more than ten years of experience in both education and healthcare.See the Story

Travel prediction: Californians will still travel over the 4th despite high gas prices

100% Center coverage: 2 sources
AAA predicts July 4th, 2022 could break travel records. In Alabama, the average price per gallon as of today is $4.49 cents. Even with those high prices, overall prices are actually down from a few weeks ago. AAA recommends people price shop and use apps that track gas prices in their area.See the Story

New Georgia laws aim at schools; some laws already in effect

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Friday, the first day of the month, is when most new laws passed by the General Assembly customarily take effect. But this year, many of the most important measures either became law as soon as Republican Gov. Brian Kemp signed them. Some notable changes that begin Friday include a raft of conservative-inspired school legislation, higher lawmaker pensions and an increase in lawmaker pensions.See the Story

AAA offering ‘Tow to Go’ over 4th of July weekend

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
AAA will be activating its tow to Go program over the Fourth of July weekend. The program will be in effect from 6 p.m. Friday, July 1, through 6 a.m Tuesday, July 5. AAA will dispatch a tow truck to transport the person and their vehicle to a safe location.See the Story
Auburn, Georgia · Auburn

Felon charged with abuse of young girl in Costa Mesa

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Jovany Armando Encisosolorio was charged with child abuse and endangerment. He pleaded not guilty during his arraignment in the jail courtroom in Santa Ana. He was ordered back to court July 7 in the West Justice Center in Westminster for a pretrial hearing.See the Story
Gainesville, Georgia · Gainesville

Rabid raccoon found in Gainesville

Hall County Government issued the positive rabies alert Tuesday afternoon. The raccoon had contact with a person in the 4600 block of Pinyan Drive in Gainesville. The animal was shipped to the Georgia Public Health Lab - Virology Section in Decatur. This is the fifth confirmed case of rabies in Hall County in 2022.See the Story

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