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Man shot dead in Kalamazoo apartment complex

KALAMAZOO, Mich. (WOOD) – Authorities are investigating after a man was shot dead at an apartment complex in Kalamazoo on Tuesday morning. The Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety told News 8 that officers were called around 4:45 a.m. for a report of a shooting at Fox Ridge Apartments, located on …

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1 injured after Kalamazoo shooting

KALAMAZOO, Mich. (WOOD) – A person was shot dead in Kalamazoo on Sunday, police said. This happened around 5 p.m. on Fox Ridge Drive near Alamo Avenue. When police arrived at the scene, they said they found a 21-year-old with a gunshot wound inside a house. The police provided medical …

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TV News – Monday June 21, 2021

TV News – Monday June 21, 2021 In this newscast: KTOO is launching a weeklong series on Juneau’s unique urban avalanche danger. After a late snowmelt, brown bears in the Chilkat Valley have emerged from hibernation and are foraging for food. Chitina’s dip nets can no longer keep King Salmon …

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1 in stable condition after filming at Kzoo

KALAMAZOO, Mich. (WOOD) – A 21-year-old was in stable condition after a shooting in Kalamazoo on Friday. The shooting took place at approximately 7:45 p.m. at the 400 block of Reed Avenue, near Portage Street. Officers were responding to reports of multiple gunfire and found the Kalamazoo resident on the …

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Slovenian Prime Minister attacks media with Twitter

LJUBLJANA, Slovenia – In Moscow for a conference, the editor of the Slovenian magazine followed a path well traveled by foreign visitors. In a flea market filled with kitschy souvenirs, he was photographed wearing a Soviet military hat decorated with a red star. Eight years later, that image has become …

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CDC drops mask mandate for outdoor transit

Before the change in guidelines, masks were to remain mandatory until September 13. TYLER, Texas – Another mask requirement is getting the boot. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has decided to allow those in areas outside of public transportation to remove their masks. This includes places …

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Records: Why the County Encrypted More Radio Channels

(Update at 10:35 am) A request for public recordings sheds light on how the Arlington County Police Department justified a change in what the public can hear on police radio stations. ARLnow’s Freedom of Information Act investigation uncovered documents about the department’s March change to encrypt more radio chatter. The …

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Global Educational Television Market Analysis 2021-2026 by Major Key Players such as Discovery Inc., TV Ontario, NASA TV, The Annenberg Channel, Public Broadcasting Service, etc. – KSU

“ Education Television Market Report Coverage: Key growth factors and challenges, regional segmentation and outlook, key industry trends and opportunities, competitive analysis, COVID-19[female[feminine Impact analysis and expected recovery, and market sizing and forecasting. Latest research launched on Global Educational television market, it provides detailed analysis with presentable charts, tables and …

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Merkel’s CDU gears up for litmus test in East Germany

Berlin, June 6 (EFE) .- The conservative party of German Chancellor Angela Merkel and the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) clash in the elections taking place on Sunday in the Land of Saxony-Anhalt . The regional vote is seen as a final litmus test before the general elections in September. …

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Ornamental garden in Orono open to the public

ORONO, Maine (WABI) – This is usually the time of year when people start to think about planting their gardens. If you are looking for inspiration, there is a four acre garden in Orono which is free to visit and learn. Joy Hollowell shows us this hidden gem. ===== “1965 …

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Start time, schedule, TV, streaming schedule for the race

the Indianapolis 500 returns in its rightful place on the calendar – Sunday Memorial Day weekend – after the 2020 race was moved to August due to the COVID-19 pandemic. And fans will be back for “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing” at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, but not at full capacity. …

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From the unknown to work EP! C – The Bradley Scout

Colleen Halberg said she looks forward to events with nonprofits. Photo via EP! VS Some people know what they want to be growing up; doctors, professors, lawyers, etc. Halberg said she enjoyed being with people and started at Illinois Wesleyan as a sociology scholar, but her mother suggested she should …

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Hong Kong Changes Election Law, Cuts Direct Public Voting

through: ZEN SOO, Associated press Posted: May 27, 2021 / 1:40 a.m. EDT / Update: May 27, 2021/04:27 AM EDT Pro-Chinese lawmakers attend the second meeting of the “Improving the Electoral System (Consolidated Amendments)” Bill 2021 at the Hong Kong Legislative Council on Thursday, May 27, 2021. The Hong Kong …

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New scholarship established in honor of Brandon Thomsen

BISMARCK, ND (KFYR) – A new scholarship has been established in the Bismarck Public School District in honor of Brandon Thomsen. Previously, Brandon’s mother Becky Bjerklie went to the board and asked them to keep an empty chair for her son at graduation and was disappointed when she found out …

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Indianapolis Motor Circuit

Bestwick honored to speak at IMS public speech in May May 21, 2021 | By Zach Horrall Racing fans visiting the Indianapolis Motor Speedway this weekend for the Royal Crown Armed Forces qualifying or the 105th Indianapolis 500 Race presented by Gainbridge on Sunday, May 30 will hear a very …

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Public safety power outage watch issued in southwest Utah

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – With drought conditions conducive to wildfires in Utah this year, Rocky Mountain Power is warning residents that power may be shut off as a precaution. Public safety blackout surveillance is in place through Friday in Iron and Washington counties, with a close eye on Cedar …

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West Side Education News & Notes

WKSU, ideastream organizing virtual public education events NORTHEAST OHIO – WKSU and ideastream will present the Learning Curve Community Tour as the culmination of the Learning Curve editorial initiative.Since late winter, WKSU and ideastream, along with other Ohio media partners, have been reporting on the topic of K-12 public education …

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Republican congressman denounces “false statements” by GOP colleagues who downplay the Capitol riot – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Weather Indiana

(CNN) – Republican Fred Upton on Sunday called an effort by some of his GOP colleagues to downplay the Capitol uprising, claiming that their “false” allegations regarding the deadly attack testify to the need to set up a bipartite commission to investigate the incident. “This is absolutely wrong. You know, …

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A milestone for Jane Brody’s birthday: 80!

Drop any excuses, like Todd Balf did after being partially paralyzed from spine surgery for cancer. Although he had long avoided being submerged in water, with a physiotherapist as his coach, he eventually took the plunge and found that swimming back and forth in a pool floated both his body …

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Companies await advice on masks from California Public Health

While the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has said fully vaccinated people rarely need to wear a mask, California remains under a mask mandate. SACRAMENTO, Calif .– California health officials plan to update the state’s mask mandate following new guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention …

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Children get COVID-19 vaccine at Columbus Public Health

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) – Inside the Celeste Center in Columbus, you’ll find several people aged 12 to 15 from Ohio preparing to take their first shot of the COVID-19 vaccine. “I was a little nervous, but I mean it was really like any other vaccine or vaccine,” said Ryan Fair. …

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