On August 17, 2019 at around 5:05 am, Port St. Lucie Police along with St. Lucie County Fire/Rescue and State Fire Marshal’s went to the 400 Block of SW Crawfish Drive, PSL, for reports of a house fire.
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Amazon has been opening distribution centers in Nevada and around the country, offering rapid delivery of clothes, diapers and other items purchased online.
The National City Police Department is on its way to becoming the sixth law enforcement agency in San Diego County to team up with Ring, a private doorbell-camera company owned by Amazon.
En noviembre del 2013, cuatro alumnas de octavo grado del Willow School en San Ysidro le comentaron a la asistente del director que se sentían incómodas por cómo el docente de ciencias sociales miraba sus piernas, sus traseros y pechos durante las clases.
This week, Stefanie Benvenuto, director of public affairs for the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce and who serves as a member of the San Diego Housing Commission, stopped by the podcast. And because most people do not know what that commission does, Scott Lewis and Benvenuto worked out a nice, three-point summary:
Populations of animals that live in the world’s forests have declined by more than half in the past 50 years, a study warns.
Special Report: Rudderless rebellion – Inside the Hong Kong protesters’ anarchic campaign against China
Ah Lung spends his days working as a clerk for a Hong Kong shipping firm. At night, he dons a mask, black helmet and body armor, and heads out into the streets to face off against the city’s riot police.
Two state bills written by San Diego lawmakers haven’t even become law yet, but they’re already serving as inspiration for potential copycat measures on the national level.
Gary Morgan charged with possession with intent to distribute meth
The state of Kansas is canceling a contract that administered an elementary-school reading program because of what state officials call inappropriate spending on travel and salaries.
A review of the incident by a third party has been initiated.
The Swon Brothers in concert Saturday evening
News you didn’t get… Google is trying to overthrow the United States
Scammers calling on phones and sending Emails wanting payments
the 2019 Southwest Washington Fair, continues through Sunday in Chehalis.
unanimously rejected three challenges brought against the state’s three strikes law.
its approval for a planned senior housing development on Alexander Street
Is a cat killer back at work in Thurston County?
On Thursday, August 15th, 2019, the Indian River County Sheriff’s Office concluded a narcotics investigation with the service of a search warrant in the 6300 block of 85th Street. Detectives obtained arrest warrants for William Howard Lee III (48), Jeramiah Pittman (30), and Anthony Wheeler (48) prior to the service of the search warrant.
The future of Franklin County EMS discussed at meeting of Franklin County Quorum Court Thursday night
Headlines for Friday, August 16, 2019
Earl Shane Walker was arrested Thursday by Ozark Police
Colorado River water users in Nevada won’t see shortages in 2020 thanks to existing conservation efforts, this year’s above-average snowpack and total runoff projected at 125 percent of average for the year.
Nevada hasn’t given up its fight to try to get the federal government to remove a half-metric ton of weapons-grade plutonium that was secretly sent to the Nevada National Security Site last fall.
At the grocery store, Carina Lopez prays that the total on the register doesn’t eclipse her monthly food stamp allotment of $340.
Former Rison Police Chief Peggy Stallings has filed a federal job discrimination lawsuit against the City of Rison over her dismissal as police chief in April.
Arkansas State Police recorded two more deaths this week.
The wife of an Arkansas jail administrator has been arrested after officials say she pulled a gun on four black teenagers fundraising door-to-door for their high school football team.
Our ongoing investigation into sexual misconduct in San Diego public schools has uncovered a culture and system that permits districts to keep teachers accused of misconduct in the classroom, even when they’ve carried out an investigation that substantiated the allegations. Why?
The Supreme Court’s liberal minority forged winning alliances in unexpected rulings throughout the 2018-2019 term, suggesting the newly entrenched conservative majority is hardly a cohesive unit.
Thousands of homeless and destitute Maine residents are being brushed aside as officials scramble to instead accommodate ‘asylum seekers’
Leaked document admits tech giant trying to establish its own ‘single point of truth’
(Pineville, KY)-Noise coming from bathroom lands man in Jail.
(Bell County)-The Kentucky State Police are investigating a death of an individual that was found at a residence in the Jenson Community of Bell County.
A regional UPS package distribution center is coming to Yankton.
Something new and unique is coming to Vermillion on September 14th.
The City of Yankton is getting a little boost in efforts to update some of its bridge infrastructure.
Officials with the South Dakota Department of Transportation continue to work on Highway 48 construction after being forced to close due to flooding in March.
Governor Kristi Noem has appointed Kevin J. Krull to serve as judge to the Fourth Circuit District of South Dakota.
In collaboration with the AARP Foundation, AARP South Dakota is making a $20,000 donation to disaster relief efforts in the state.
A minimum-security state prison inmate placed on escape status earlier this week is back in custody.
More than $1.5 million in grant funding has been awarded to South Dakota to upgrade 9-1-1 call centers to Next Generation 9-1-1 – or NG9-1-1 – capabilities.
In 2016 and 2017, Poway Unified School District officials found that Westview High School coaches Brian Peterson and Tim Medlock sent inappropriate text messages to underage students.