Fight over US wolf protections heads to federal courtroom

BILLINGS, Mont. — U.S. government attorneys will appear before a federal judge Friday to defend a decision from the waning days of the Trump administration that lifted protections for gray wolves across most of the country, as Republican-led states have sought to drive down wolf numbers through aggressive hunting and trapping. Wildlife advocates argue that… Continue reading Fight over US wolf protections heads to federal courtroom

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South Dakota lawmakers to press for Kristi Noem daughter’s records

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — South Dakota lawmakers are pressing Gov. Kristi Noem’s administration to hand over a document that could prove whether there was a plan in place to give her daughter another chance to win a real estate appraiser license prior to a meeting last year that has spurred conflict-of-interest questions. The Legislature’s Government… Continue reading South Dakota lawmakers to press for Kristi Noem daughter’s records

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14-year-old girl identified as victim in 1980 Texas cold-case homicide, had Forest Lake, Stillwater connections

For decades, people tried to determine the identity of a young girl whose naked and battered body was found on the side of the highway in Huntsville, Texas, in November 1980. On Tuesday, authorities in Walker County, Texas, announced that a forensic DNA analysis had solved the mystery. Sherri Ann Jarvis, a 14-year-old runaway from… Continue reading 14-year-old girl identified as victim in 1980 Texas cold-case homicide, had Forest Lake, Stillwater connections

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300 COVID vaccines available Friday for National City students ages 5-11

NATIONAL CITY, Calif. — Up to 300 students ages 5-11 are getting their first dose of the Pfizer vaccine in National City on Friday. A vaccination clinic begins at 3:30 p.m. at Central Elementary School, where 10 students got the shot before heading to class Friday morning. Three were children of National City Mayor Alejandra… Continue reading 300 COVID vaccines available Friday for National City students ages 5-11

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Woman In Critical Condition After Shooting In Lower Manhattan

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – A woman is in critical condition Friday morning after being shot in Lower Manhattan. Police say a bullet hit the 27-year-old victim in the neck. It happened around 10:15 p.m. Thursday night between Madison and Water Streets. Police say the suspect and the victim know each other. No arrests have been… Continue reading Woman In Critical Condition After Shooting In Lower Manhattan

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Autopsy Results: New Jersey Children Found Dead In Mother’s Car Died Of Asphyxiation

HILLSBOROUGH TOWNSHIP, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — Autopsy results were released Friday in the deaths of two young siblings in New Jersey. Police said 7-year-old Samantha Ross and 10-month-old Paul Ross were found dead Tuesday in the backseat of their mother’s car in Hillsborough Township. The Somerset County prosecutor’s office called their deaths a homicide, saying they… Continue reading Autopsy Results: New Jersey Children Found Dead In Mother’s Car Died Of Asphyxiation

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APD identifies motorcycle rider who died after south Austin collision

AUSTIN (KXAN) — Austin police identified the person killed in a collision involving a motorcycle and a car Nov. 5 on South Congress Avenue. APD said Alexis Perez, 24, was riding a motorcycle in the 1100 block of S. Congress Ave. going northbound when a blue Kia was turning left. The Kia and Perez ran… Continue reading APD identifies motorcycle rider who died after south Austin collision

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Conor Lamb’s Bank Lobbyist Dad Shells for His Son’s Senate Campaign

It should have been easy to cast Glenn Youngkin, once the CEO of the financial behemoth Carlyle Group and now Virginia’s governor-elect, as a greedy private equity vampire. But when his opponent, former Gov. Terry McAuliffe, tried to pull it off in a debate, his attempt fell flat. “If you can trust me with your money,… Continue reading Conor Lamb’s Bank Lobbyist Dad Shells for His Son’s Senate Campaign

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Kielburgers file $3-million suit against publisher whose claimed family allegedly took money

The Kielburger family filed a $3-million defamation suit against a Toronto publisher over allegations the mother put charity donations into a personal family account, says Blacklock’s Reporter. The lawsuit in Ontario Superior Court accuses Canadaland Inc. of waging “a smear campaign” against the Kielburgers. No statement of defence has yet been filed. The claim is unproven. The… Continue reading Kielburgers file $3-million suit against publisher whose claimed family allegedly took money

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