U.S. Marshals capture Monongalia Co. homicide suspect

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – The United States Marshals Service arrested a man wanted out of Monongalia County in a homicide investigation. According to a press release, members of the U.S. Marshals Mountain State Fugitive Task Force, the Monongalia County Sheriff’s Office and the Morgantown Police Department arrested Chance Austin Williams, 23, of Morgantown, without incident, near […]
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K-9 Deputy, Justice, Retires

Monday, November 14, 2022 marked eight years of service for a loyal member of the Hernando County Sheriff’s office. Justice, a German Shepherd K-9 and his partner, Corporal Stephen Miller, attended a ceremony marking the four-legged “deputy’s” retirement from the force. Justice was born on June...
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Man wanted in Morgantown murder arrested by US Marshals

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — A man police have been looking in connection with a recent Monongalia County murder was taken into custody Friday. The US Marshal Service said Chance Williams, 23, of Morgantown, was arrested without incident in the 1000 block of White Avenue in Morgantown. Williams allegedly killed Jamey...

OHIO Mock Trial gets up to speed at Indy Mock Hundred

Ohio University's two mock trial teams hit the accelerator at the Indy Mock Hundred in Indianapolis on Nov. 12 and 13, with Casey Patterson earning an outstanding witness award and both teams winning ballots. As part a Green team witness for the plaintiff, Patterson was recognized for his portrayal of...

Murder suspect caught, arrested by authorities in Morgantown

BRIDGEPORT, W.Va (WDTV) - The U.S. Marshalls, Morgantown Police Department, and Monongalia County Sheriff’s Department arrested a man once considered to be armed and dangerous Friday night. According to a release, Chance Austin Williams, 23, of Morgantown was taken into custody in Morgantown, WV near the 1000 block of...

New York Officials Award First Marijuana Dispensary Licenses To People Harmed By Drug War

New York Officials Award First Marijuana Dispensary Licenses To People Harmed By Drug War. New York regulators have approved the state’s first-ever licenses for recreational marijuana retailers. Most of the businesses are owned by people who’ve been disproportionately impacted by the war on drugs, while others are run by nonprofit organizations that have a history of helping people reenter society after having been incarcerated. The Cannabis Control Board (CCB) also gave the green light to new regulations for the market on Monday. The approval of the first 37 dispensary licenses along with a package of rules for the industry comes just days after officials selected 10 teams of firms to build out about 150 turn-key storefront facilities for social equity marijuana retailers to operate out of once the market officially launches. “This is a monumental moment, and it represents the last leg of the cannabis supply chain that requires licensure,” Tremaine Wright, chair of the CCB, said. BREAKING: In a historic decision, the #NYCCB has approved the first round of CAURD licensees. 28 Justice-involved individuals & 8 Nonprofit organizations will make the first adult use-sales by New York farmers and bring countless opportunities to our communities. #NYCCB — NYS Office of Cannabis Management (@nys_cannabis) November 21, 2022 “Not long ago, the idea of New York legalizing cannabis seems unbelievable,” she said. “Now, not only have we legalized, but we’re also building a legal adult-use market with an equity-driven approach that embodies the ambitious goals” of the state’s reform law. OCM Executive Director Chris Alexander said that he’s especially glad to see the first retailer approvals focus of justice-involved individuals, stating that those people should be “the bedrock of our industry.” “It’s incredible to see how the team here has worked so hard to bring it to life,” he said. “There’s more CAURD licenses under review and we will continue to issue licenses on a…

The most famous 10 places in The Hague, Netherlands

Are you trying to find the right world tourist attractions? You’re on the proper website. There are many world tourist destinations which can be chosen as a holiday destination. The most famous 10 places in The Hague, Netherlands. The destination become popular nowadays. If you should be buying a...

Trudeau Government Planned on Using Tanks to Stop Freedom Convoy Protests, Documents Reveal

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau entertained the idea of using tanks in the crackdown on the peaceful Freedom Convoy protests earlier this year. Trudeau enacted Canada’s Emergencies Act — the nation’s equivalent of martial law — in order to deploy counterterrorism measures against the peaceful demonstrators, who were seeking an end to Canada’s vaccine mandates. Trudeau’s cavalier deployment of the Emergencies Act has been the subject of an ongoing inquiry.

Youths need discipline, humility, patience to participate in politics – Commissioner

The Kaduna State Commissioner of Internal Security and Home Affairs, Samuel Aruwan, has called on Nigerian youths to imbibe discipline, humility and patience to successfully participate in politics. He made the call during a town hall meeting organised by Justice, Development and Peace Centre in Kaduna. “Many young politicians are...

“I’m not going to be ashamed to tell my kids about it”: Jesse Eisenberg Gets Fan Support After Being Hailed as ‘Realistic’ Lex Luthor Compared to Tech Billionaires Despite Initial Criticisms in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

Jesse Eisenberg’s portrayal of Lex Luthor has always been a controversial topic of discussion as one-half of the fans would be against him while the other half would be giving the actor massive support for his interpretation. The role itself has been a complex one to bring to life, but according to the actor, he […]

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Manika Batra is the first Indian woman to win a medal at the Asian Cup. Manika Batra, Indian Table Tennis defeated World No. 6 Hina Hayata of Japan in the Asian Cup 2022 Women’s singles Bronze Medal match in Thailand. With the win, Manika Batra became the first Indian woman to win a medal at the Asian Cup Table Tennis Tournament.

Pongo, poteen and the Queen of the Still in Mayo

HOW times have changed - laws have been updated, amended or abolished altogether. This came to mind when I came across a copy of a summons issued 72 years ago when the Attorney General issued proceedings against a Castlebar ‘defendant’ for unlawful gaming during a carnival in the county town.

Parliament castigates state broadcaster for incompetency

MPs label the state broadcaster as ineffective, fruitless. Members of the House of Peoples’ Representatives (HPR) have scolded the state broadcaster, Ethiopian Broadcasting Corporation (EBC), for producing less important programs and becoming institutionally competent. The House, in its sixth regular meeting held on Thursday, approved a proclamation to re-establish the EBC.

Opposition wants UBO register open to press, civil society in line with ECJ ruling

The Opposition has called on the government to reopen the Malta Business Registry’s Register of Beneficial Owners for journalists and civil society, a day after the database was abruptly removed from the MBR’s website on Friday. Labeling the government’s decision to close the UBO register as “manifestly disproportionate...

Pledge taking ceremony mark Celebration of Constitution Day at Baramulla

Baramulla, November 26: As part of Constitution Day celebrations, a function was held within the premises of Deputy Commissioner’s Office Baramulla today in which all the officers and officials showed their enthusiastic participation. Deputy Commissioner Baramulla, Dr Syed Sehrish Asgar presided over the function, and read out the Preamble...