Louisville police repeat instruct of emergency sooner than Breonna Taylor resolution

The Louisville Metro Police Department is currently under a state of emergency, according to an internal memo released on Monday. Declared by Chief of Police Robert J. Schroeder, the decision comes “in anticipation” of an announcement in the Breonna Taylor case. The declaration means that departments are operating on emergency staffing and reporting, which cancels…

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Peek stay: Trump makes West Flee swing as deadly wildfires ravage properties and forests

President Trump landed in California Monday framed by a smoky sky. He’s making a rare West Coast swing as wildfires ravage California, Oregon and Washington, and has already approved emergency declarations for the states.  In California, the president blamed the fires on poor forest management, even though many forests in California are federally managed.”When trees…

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Wildfire ravages puny Malden, Washington, destroying post effect of job, metropolis hall, fire situation, most properties

Hurricane-force winds and high temperatures kicked up wildfires across parts of the Pacific Northwest over the Labor Day weekend, burning hundreds of thousands of acres and mostly destroying the small town of Malden in eastern Washington. Flames destroyed about 80 percent of the homes in Malden, Whitman County Sheriff Brett Myers told CBS Spokane affiliate…

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“Forty eight Hours Suspicion: The Tiger King Mystery” uncovers unpleasant new little print in the disappearance of Carole Baskin’s feeble husband Don Lewis

Richard Schlesinger and “48 Hours Suspicion” uncover startling new information linked to the disappearance of Carole Baskin’s former husband, Don Lewis, in the special series premiere episode, “The Tiger King Mystery,” to be broadcast Wednesday, September 9 at 10/9c on CBS.The nation was captivated earlier this year with the Netflix hit series “Tiger King,” about…

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California wildfires bear already burned 2.2 million acres in 2020 — bigger than any year on checklist

California has yet to reach the peak of this year’s fire season — but deadly wildfires across the state have already burned more acres than any year on record. According to Cal Fire, 2.2 million acres have burned so far, and the season is far from over.  Two of the three largest fires in California’s history…

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Officers concerned about suffocation loss of life of Daniel Prude adopted practising “tiny by tiny,” union head says

The police officers involved in the suffocation death of Daniel Prude were following their training when they put a “spit hood” over his head and pinned him to the ground for two minutes before noticing wasn’t breathing, the head of the officers’ union said Friday. Undated photo of Daniel Prude  AP “To me, it looks…

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Watch stay: Trump holds news conference

President Trump declined an opportunity to apologize for his 2015 comments disparaging the late John McCain, after The Atlantic alleged he had called American service members who died fighting “suckers” and “losers,” which Mr. Trump has denied.  Fox News confirmed parts of the story shortly before the president’s news conference. White House press secretary Kayleigh…

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California farmworkers labor to feed The United States despite COVID-19, warmth, smoke and risky air quality

After wildfires blazed through California’s northern and central regions, parts of the state have been blanketed by ash-filled air and smoke. That’s putting the nation’s farmworkers, who are already battling triple-digit temperatures and the coronavirus, at risk, multiple farmworkers told CBS News.  Liliana Ramos, a 28-year-old mother, said she wakes up every morning at 3:30 a.m. to…

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