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  • Two Michigan siblings who have been missing since Jan. 22 may be in Colorado, authorities said. According to KOAA-TV, the Colorado Bureau of Investigation on Tuesday issued an Endangered Missing Alert for 7-year-old Bentley Dunkelberger and his sister, 9-year-old Karley Dunkelberger. The pair may be traveling with Dennis and Rebecca Dunkelberger, their parents, in a black 2013 Kia Sorento with Michigan tag 4LUZ90, authorities said. Dennis and Rebecca Dunkelberger “have a history of drug use and violent tendencies when together,” authorities told KOAA. Bentley, who has brown hair and blue eyes, weighs 46 pounds and stands 3 feet, 8 inches tall, the news outlet reported. Karley, who has blonde hair and brown eyes, weighs 61 pounds and stands 3 feet, 10 inches tall, authorities said. Officials said she has autism. Authorities said Dennis Dunkelberger, who has brown hair and hazel eyes, weighs 170 pounds and stands 5 feet, 9 inches tall, according to KOAA. Rebecca Dunkelberger, who is 5-foot-7 and weighs 165 pounds, is described as having green eyes and brown hair. Anyone who has seen the Dunkelbergers should call 911, authorities said. Read more here.
  • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is expanding its health screenings for the new coronavirus to 20 airports, the agency announced Tuesday. For the past week, the CDC had already been checking travelers for symptoms at airports in San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Atlanta. Airports in Houston; Dallas; San Diego; Seattle; Honolulu; Anchorage; Minneapolis; Detroit; Miami; Washington, D.C.; Philadelphia; Newark, New Jersey; Boston; El Paso, Texas; and San Juan have since been added to the list, USA Today reported. These 15 additional airports are already part of the United States’ existing system of quarantine stations, which are staffed with public health officials who watch for sick international travelers. All passengers arriving from China will be asked an additional set of screening questions as they get off the plane, and could be pulled aside for additional screening. The first U.S. case of Wuhan coronavirus was confirmed in Washington state on Jan. 21. According to the CDC, a man in his 30s recently returned from a trip to China and was treated at Providence Regional Medical Center in Everett. As of Tuesday morning, there were five confirmed cases of coronavirus in the United States. – The Cox Media Group National Content Desk contributed to this report.
  • A Colorado mom fatally shot her toddler son, then turned the gun on herself last week at Rocky Mountain National Park, authorities revealed Monday. According to the Coloradoan, Tristen Watson, 24, and her 17-month-old son, Christopher, both of Colorado Springs, were found dead at the park Friday, rangers said. Officials discovered the bodies after receiving a report of a suicidal person on the premises, the newspaper reported. KRDO reported that Watson had announced she was pregnant in a recent Facebook post. Authorities have not confirmed that she had been expecting another child, but a third victim, Aspen Ann Watson, is named in Watson’s obituary. Read more here or here.
  • Authorities in Florida have issued an Amber Alert for a newborn baby after police discovered three dead women in a Miami home Tuesday. According to WPTV, 1-week-old Andrew Caballeiro has been missing since Tuesday, the same day that authorities found the women’s bodies at a home on Southwest 187th Avenue. In a Wednesday morning tweet, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement said the child may be with Ernesto Caballeiro, 49. Miami-Dade police said the man is the boy’s father. Officials said Andrew, who is Hispanic with a bald head and black eyes, is 20 inches long and weighs 7 pounds, according to the alert. Ernesto Caballeiro, who is also Hispanic, has brown eyes and black hair, the alert said. He stands 5 feet, 7 inches tall and weighs 240 pounds, authorities said. Investigators believe he is driving a white 2001 Chevy Express with Florida tag HETY13 and decals that read “Nesty School Services” and “Caution: Transporting Children.' ”If located, DO NOT APPROACH,' the alert said. “Contact law enforcement immediately.” If you have any information about the pair’s whereabouts, call 911 or call Miami-Dade police at 305-471-2400. Read more here.
  • An AMBER Alert is out for a Miami-Dade County baby. The alert was issued this morning for one-week-old Andrew Caballeiro. The FDLE believes Ernesto Caballeiro kidnapped the child yesterday from a home on Southwest 187th Ave in Miami. Police say the two live in a home where three women were found shot to death yesterday. Caballeiro has not been named as a suspect. The 49-year-old may be traveling with the child in a white 2001 Chevy Express van with a Florida tag. The elder Caballeiro is described as white-Hispanic, 5-foot-7, 240 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.

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