close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for November 28 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. A body has been found offshore in Mexico near where an Arizona couple disappeared while kayaking on Thanksgiving, officials said Sunday. The body was discovered near Playa Encanto in Puerto Peñasco, also known as Rocky Point, Mexico, as search and rescue crews combed the area for Corey Allen and his wife Yeon-Su Kim, Mexico’s Sonora Civil Protection said. "After an intense search operation by air, sea and land, the Secretary of the Navy reports to Sonora Civil Protection, the discovery of a body on Playa Encanto, with characteristics similar to one of the two missing persons," the agency tweeted Sunday afternoon. Authorities did not immediately confirm the identity of the body. ARIZONA COUPLE GOES MISSING WHILE KAYAKING IN MEXICO ON THANKSGIVING Corey Allen and Yeon-Su … [Read more...] about Body found offshore in Mexico where Arizona couple went missing while kayaking
The Arizona football team defeated Arizona State University 38-35 to win their first territorial cup since 2016 ending a five year drought against their rival. The Sun Devils got the ball first on Friday afternoon and picked up a couple of first downs before having to punt to Arizona. Junior running back Michael Wiley ran for 22 yards on first down of the Wildcats' first possession. After completion to junior wide receiver Jacob Cowing, Wiley took his next handoff 51-yards to the endzone to give Arizona the lead of 7-0 with 8:51 remaining in the first quarter. On the next ASU drive, they were driving into Arizona territory until junior safety Jaxen Turner intercepted ASU quarterback Trenton Bourguet, after it was broken up by sophomore cornerback Treydan Stukes in coverage. Turner returned his second interception of the season 28 yards to the Arizona 30-yard line, only the third interception for the Wildcats on the season. De Laura and the offense couldn’t move the ball however … [Read more...] about Arizona football beats ASU to win their first territorial cup since 2016
close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for November 28 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. Drownings, child neglect and firearms contributed to an increase in child deaths in Arizona during 2021, marking the highest rate of child deaths in the last 10 years, according to an annual report issued by the state. The review released earlier this month by the state Child Fatality Review Program said Arizona’s child mortality rate increased by 4.7% from 51 deaths per 100,000 children in 2020 to 53.4 deaths per 100,000 children in 2021, The Arizona Republic reported. A total of 863 children died in Arizona last year, up from 838 the prior year. Nearly half of last year’s deaths were preventable, according to authors of the report, who based their analysis on reviews of death certificates, autopsy reports, hospital records, law enforcement reports, and any other relevant documents that provide … [Read more...] about Arizona sees an increase in child deaths during 2021
close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for Oct. 1 Fox News Flash top headlines for Oct. 1 are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com A 4-month-old girl was found dead Tuesday in a hot car in Arizona on an 89-degree day after her father allegedly drove to work and forgot that she was still strapped into her car seat, authorities said. The incident marked the fourth hot car death in Arizona this year. CALIFORNIA TODDLER DIES AFTER LEFT IN HOT CAR FOR HOURS WHILE MOTHER ALLEGEDLY DRANK WITH FRIEND, FELL ASLEEP The father, a 56-year-old school administrator, told authorities he did not realize he had left his daughter in the back seat of his vehicle until leaving work around 3:30 p.m. Phoenix fire officials responded to the parking lot for a Washington Elementary School District busing facility but were unable to resuscitate the girl. She was pronounced dead at the scene. It was unclear how long the girl was left inside … [Read more...] about Arizona 4-month-old becomes state’s 4th child to die in hot car this year: cops
(CNN) From the very beginning of his presidency, Joe Biden has pledged to make sure communities hit hardest by Covid-19 will receive sound information about the virus and access to vaccinations. "Equity (and) equality" remain "at the heart" of the government's responsibility, Biden said at a White House briefing last summer. "We need to go to community by community, neighborhood by neighborhood, and oftentimes, door to door -- literally knocking on doors." But some of the small groups representing communities of color that were contracted as part of a National Institutes of Health Covid-19 outreach project tell CNN they have not been paid properly. The end is near: The new pandemic data looks promising -- for some, anyway "We lost trust in the system," said Venus Ginés, president of Día de la Mujer Latina, who said the NIH effort has been "poorly managed from the beginning" and "poorly executed." "It's a very lousy system, … [Read more...] about NIH needed help reaching communities of color about Covid-19, but grassroots groups say they were not paid properly
This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate 6 BERKELEY, Calif. - The University of California at Berkeley has labored to enroll more Black and Latino students in the quarter century since the state barred the consideration of race or ethnicity in its admissions. Still, those groups remain underrepresented at the renowned public university here on the eastern shore of the San Francisco Bay. The gap is huge for Latino students. They account for 55 percent of California's public school students, state data show, but 19 percent of UC-Berkeley undergraduates. UC-Berkeley is undeniably diverse. Just 20 percent of its undergraduates are White. But is it diverse enough? The university's demographics, and its arduous efforts to shape them, illuminate the stakes as the Supreme Court weighs a potential ban nationwide on affirmative action in admissions. Voters in California banned schools from considering the race of … [Read more...] about UC-Berkeley can’t use race in admissions. Is it a model for the country?