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Madison graduated from Montclair State University in New Jersey with a degree in journalism. During her time at MSU, she interned with WABC in New York City and KABC in Los Angeles.
For her last semester of college, Madison traveled to Puerto Rico to cover the devastation and rebuilding effort six months after Hurricane Maria.
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Both of the fires are still under investigation.
Three topics discussed at the meeting were Measure 98, which passed in 2016, Career Technical Education programs and funding.
Michael Hogan, the former judge, recalls President Bush calling him in 1991 and asking him to serve on the U.S. District Court.
Mendoza said the man asked her to sign a petition promising she will stop speaking Spanish in the United States.
Brian Sudlow, an employee at a Ossies, a surf shop in Newport said conditions at the time of the incident were rough.
Police said the driver, 49-year-old Jimmy Dunn, was driving eastbound on West Harvard Avenue early Sunday morning when he fell asleep and barrelled through Pete's Drive-In.
Hundreds of community members filled the streets as decorated cars, marching bands and horses processed Main Street.
Eugene Springfield Fire Chief, Chris Paskett said wildfires can spark wherever, whenever.
In an exclusive interview with KEZI, Jack Payson recalled the night he lost his friend in the deadly crash.
"Every time you look at a pair of dead lights and you want to throw them away, think about a kid in your neighborhood that could be in a sporting program because you donated your lights," Retzman said.