Friday, July 29, 2016

Condon not backing down, Hillary speaks and headlines to end your week

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Condon not backing down
In the wake of a damning report on the city's handling of the ouster of former police Cheif Frank Straub, Mayor Condon has stated that he's personally done nothing wrong and won't resign(KXLY)

Unkown irritant at Fairchild
About a dozen people mysteriously fell ill at Fairchild Air Force Base yesterday. The cause is unknown, but the building's ventilation system is suspected to be the cause.  All employees sickened have been treated and released. (Spokesman-Review)

Zika arrives in mainland U.S.

Florida officials have confirmed that four people in the Miami area have contracted the Zika virus.

It's official
Hillary Clinton formally accepted the Democratic Party nomination for president. Here are highlights from her speech:

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