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      For iced coffee diehards, it doesn’t matter what the weather is like outside, it just tastes too good! But when it comes to making iced coffee yourself, how can you reproduce it the way your barista would? Buzz60 has more.

      The official start of summer is June 21st…but now that school is out in many states and memorial day has passed, let’s face it – we’re all in a summer mindset already.  So here are a few cocktail ideas to get you in a mood as bright as the days ahead.

      Since the pandemic, package theft has become a constant consumer concern. CNBC reports in 2022 an estimated 260 million delivered packages were stolen, according to a report from SafeWise. Veuer’s Maria Mercedes Galuppo has the story.

      New products are constantly being introduced by the home improvement industry. If you've been around long enough, you can spot ones that have lots of sizzle but most likely won’ t stand the test of time. I had that feeling 40 years ago when I first saw colored concrete paving bricks.

      A Los Angeles County coroner's report says a teacher who was repeatedly shocked with a Taser by Los Angeles police died from an enlarged heart and cocaine use. The report released Friday says the Jan. 3 death of Keenan Anderson was determined hours after he was restrained and shocked after becoming a suspect in a hit-and-run traffic accident in Venice. Anderson was a high school teacher in Washington, D.C., who was visiting family in Los Angeles. His relatives have filed a $50 million claim with the city alleging officers unreasonably used deadly force.

      The case of a Missouri doctor whose body was found in an Arkansas lake more than a week after he was reported missing remains shrouded in mystery. Forty-nine-year-old Dr. John Forsyth, an emergency room doctor in Cassville, Missouri, was last heard from on May 21. His body was found with an apparent gunshot wound in Beaver Lake in northwest Arkansas on May 30. Authorities say an autopsy was done but they have not released a cause of death. His family says Forsyth, a divorced father of eight, had recently become engaged and was happier than they had seen him in many years.

      FRIDAY, June 2, 2023 (HealthDay News) -- A report published online May 23 in the National Health Statistics Reports, a publication from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, provides a descriptive analysis of adult patients who visited the emergency department in 2016 for nonfatal opioid overdose (NOO).


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