3 stolen vehicle suspects caught near Westminster Christian Academy

ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. – There was a large police presence on and near the Westminster Christian Academy campus in Town and Country Wednesday morning due to three suspects fleeing on foot from a stolen car. The incident happened at about 9:15 a.m. Town and Country Police Department said the incident had nothing to do… Continue reading 3 stolen vehicle suspects caught near Westminster Christian Academy

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Highland Park suspect contemplated second shooting in Madison; bond denied in court

HIGHLAND PARK, Ill. — The suspected gunman in a Fourth of July parade shooting “seriously contemplated” committing a second shooting in Madison after he left Highland Park where he is accused of killing seven and wounding several others. A judge denied bond on Wednesday for Robert “Bobby” Crimo III, 21, who was charged with seven… Continue reading Highland Park suspect contemplated second shooting in Madison; bond denied in court

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Monthly car payments hit record high

(KRON) — In today’s installment of Winners & Losers, financial expert Rob Black discusses continuing concerns over a recession, record-high monthly car payments and the success of the new Minions movie. Loser:  Investors remain on recession watch Stocks are struggling for direction as the risk of a recession remains top of mind for many investors.… Continue reading Monthly car payments hit record high

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Judge holds Cushman & Wakefield in contempt, orders fines in Trump probe

A New York state judge gave Cushman & Wakefield the Donald Trump treatment on Tuesday when he held the real estate services firm in contempt and ordered it to pay $10,000 for every day it fails to comply with a subpoena in Attorney General Letitia James’ lawsuit against the Trump Organization. Manhattan Supreme Court Justice… Continue reading Judge holds Cushman & Wakefield in contempt, orders fines in Trump probe

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Quebec caught between reducing arsenic emissions from factory and preserving 650 jobs

MONTREAL — Quebec’s government is facing pressure to address the high levels of arsenic emitted from a copper foundry in a small northwestern city without sacrificing the factory’s 650 jobs and the region’s economy. A new study released today by Quebec’s public health institute says between one and 14 residents living in Rouyn-Noranda, Que., could… Continue reading Quebec caught between reducing arsenic emissions from factory and preserving 650 jobs

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