Eureka, CAkymkemp.com

Three Children Medevacked From Lost Coast After ATV Crash

A five-year-old boy received major injuries and was taken by helicopter to the UC Davis burn center this morning after an ATV vehicle crashed last night near Bucks Creek north of Shelter Cove. A separate helicopter flew his two siblings, three and two years old, to St. Joseph’s Hospital in Eureka.
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Choctaw County, OKKTEN.com

Firearms stolen from Choctaw County gun store

CHOCTAW COUNTY, Okla. (KTEN) -- A "large amount of firearms" was stolen overnight from a Boswell gun dealer. In a Facebook post, Choctaw County Sheriff Terry Park reported that someone broke into the KB House of Guns in downtown Boswell on Monday night, less than 300 feet east of the town's police station.
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Saint Clair, MNPosted by
The Free Press

Charges: Drunken ATV driver nearly hit children

ST. CLAIR — A man had an alcohol concentration four times the legal limit when he nearly struck children with an ATV, charges say. Seth Thomas Marble, 33, of St. Clair, was charged with gross misdemeanor DWI and misdemeanor leaving the scene of a crash Monday in Blue Earth County District Court.
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Portage, PAPosted by
The Tribune-Democrat

Tempers flare at Portage meeting over social media post

PORTAGE – Reactions to one councilman’s scathing social media posts escalated into a heated discussion during Monday’s Portage Borough Council meeting. Posting in the Facebook group “Portage PA Pride,” Councilman David Hayes said council approved $5,000 toward development of a proposed Mainline trail, which he said “has nothing at all to do with Portage but it will cover the towns that won’t pledge the $5,000. So the boro (sic) voted 6-1 to give this, your tax money is being used for other towns.”
Uvalde, TXPosted by
Uvalde Post

Check out these homes on the Uvalde market now

Whether you’re looking for a new home on acreage or a fixer-upper close to amenities, you can probably find a listing here to suit you: Say hello to beautiful country living! This 3 bedroom, 2 bath home is loaded with tons of features and abundant space. It sits on
Sallisaw, OKsequoyahcountytimes.com

Former superintendent dies in ATV accident

A former area educator and superintendent at Moffett Schools died as a result of injuries sustained in an ATV accident Sunday, according to a report by Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper Jay Galvan. Bill Wallace Horton, 76, died at the scene of the accident that occurred about 7:44 p.m. about four miles south of Sallisaw at 1125 Road and N. 4620 Road. Horton was operating a 2005 Honda ATV and…
Cleveland, OHclecityhall.com

City of Cleveland Issues Statement on Illegal Riding

Despite regular traffic enforcement details focusing on illegal riding, dirt bike and ATV activity on city streets remains a challenge for law enforcement. Although tactical pursuits can be effective at times, vehicle pursuits overall pose an extreme danger to not only those in violation, but also innocent motorists, pedestrians and police officers. One of the most effective tools in combating illegal and nuisance riding is for individuals to obey the law and to stop riding illegally. Another way is information from citizens. If you have information relative to planned rides, the parking or storage of large quantities of dirt bikes, or know of someone who you believe is involved in involved in this illegal activity, contact law enforcement. Call 9-1-1 in emergency or 216-621-1234 for non-emergency. You can also report illegal activity anonymously by calling CRIMESTOPPERS at 216-25-CRIME.
Athens, TXPosted by
Athens Journal

Athens-curious? These homes are on the market

Whether you’re looking for a new home on acreage or a fixer-upper close to amenities, you can probably find a listing here to suit you: Whether you are downsizing or just starting, this is the place for you. Located minutes from downtown Athens and schools. Totally remolded, two years
Public SafetyTechCrunch

A Silicon Valley VC firm with $1.8B in assets was hit by ransomware

In a letter to the Maine attorney general’s office, ATV said it became aware of the attack on July 9 after its servers storing financial information had been encrypted by ransomware. By July 26, the ATV learned that data had been stolen from the servers before the files were encrypted, a common “double extortion” tactic used by ransomware groups, which then threaten to publish the files online if the ransom to decrypt the files is not paid.