2 babies drown in Phoenix; First Lady Jill Biden campaigns in Arizona | Nightly Roundup

From two babies drowning in Phoenix to First Lady Jill Biden campaigning in Arizona for President Joe Biden's reelection, here's a look at some of the top stories on FOX10Phoenix.com for Saturday, June 15, 2024.

1. 2-year-old girl drowns in north Phoenix pool


Girl, 2, drowns in north Phoenix pool in 2nd drowning incident of the day

A child in Phoenix was pronounced dead on Saturday after being pulled from a pool. She was identified as a two-year-old girl who was found not breathing in a backyard pool in north Phoenix.

2. 1-year-old boy found unconscious in backyard hot tub, pronounced dead


1-year-old dies after being found unconscious in Phoenix hot tub

A one-year-old boy is dead after being taken to a nearby hospital in extremely critical condition. He was found unconscious in a backyard pool.

3. Social Security payments expected to be cut in 2033, actuaries claim


Social Security payments will get cut $325 a month starting in 2033 without changes: actuaries

The head actuaries for Social Security and Medicare testified before a House panel about the two safety net programs' looming financial woes that could see key trust funds depleted in roughly a decade, which would leave beneficiaries facing a benefit cut if the funding gap isn't resolved by Congress.

4. First Lady Jill Biden stops in Arizona to campaign for husband


Dr. Jill Biden campaigns in Arizona while President Biden meets with Pope at G7, Trump courts Detroit voters

First Lady Jill Biden was in Phoenix at a campaign rally for seniors while her husband was in Italy at the G7 summit chatting with Pope Francis. Former President Trump, meanwhile, was campaigning in the rustbelt, trying to win back voters in Michigan. Michigan and Arizona both flipped from red to blue in the 2016 and 2020 elections.

5. Southwest Airlines flight to Hawaii nearly plunges into Pacific Ocean


Southwest Airlines flight to Hawaiian island plunges, comes within 400 feet of Pacific Ocean: Report

The Boeing aircraft reportedly dropped from approximately 16,000 feet to just 400 feet above the Pacific Ocean.

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