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Champaign, ILWCIA

Memorial takes place for murdered teen

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (WCIA) –“He didn’t die in vain and we’re going to make sure this doesn’t happen,” Steven Butler II, Steven Butler III’s dad, said. This man is using tragedy to help others. He has to bury his son and he doesn’t want any other family to have to feel that pain.
Picture for Memorial takes place for murdered teen
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Official: Roma Signs Eldor Shomurodov

When you have a striker as legendary and as prolific as Edin Dzeko, you tend to put the future off as long as you can. For most of the past three summers, Roma danced around their future at striker, entering into a variety of proposed swaps that would have seen their third all-time leading scorer head for greener pastures in exchange for slightly younger and more athletic facsimiles of the Bosnian striker. From Arkadiusz Milik to Alexandre Lacazette to Moise Kean to Andrea Pinamonti to Mauro Icardi, the breadth of Dzeko's possible replacements has been astounding.
Video Gamesgamebyte.com

Blacktail Is A Brand New Folktale By Former Bloober Team Members

The Parasight, a studio consisting of former Bloober Team developers, has announced Blacktail, a brand new Slavic folk-inspired adventure that lets players become Baba Yaga. Let’s take a took!. Described as “Slavic folk meets dark bass”, Blacktail is a classic fairy tale infused with heavy “witch house” beats. Here’s a...
Paradise Valley, AZyourvalley.net

PVPD urges families to create free Smart911 Safety Profile

The Paradise Valley Police Department reminds families that there is a free service to help plan ahead of an emergency called AlertPV. Powered by Smart911, the national public safety service, allows families to create a Safety Profile for the household by downloading the Smart911 App; or enrolling at www.alertpv.us; and providing details such as photos of children, home address, medical notes, and emergency contacts.
Portland, ORChannel 6000

Kyron’s Car Show proceeds help bring missing kids home

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — It’s been more than 11 years since 8-year-old Kyron Horman vanished in Portland, and the region is still hoping he’ll be found. Sunday, collectible car and motorcycle lovers held an event in Beaverton to promote awareness for missing children and child safety. Kyron’s Car Show honors...
World24newshd.tv

Four girls 'kidnapped' in Lahore

Four girls were reported to have been kidnapped in Hanjarwal area of Punjab capital on Monday. Reports said that 10-year-old Anam and 11-year-old Kaneez and their neighbouring friends went out. As they did not return after a considerable delay, their relatives decided to approach the local police to seek the lawmen's help.
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Nearly 40 Children Have Gone Missing From the Hudson Valley

Help is needed in finding almost 40 missing children from across the Hudson Valley. Take a look and see if you recognize any of these missing children. If you see any of these missing people please call 911 or the police. all of the information is from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.
Worldmsn.com

AI-enabled robot Oscar to patrol Paya Lebar Quarter

An AI-enabled robot named Oscar will be patrolling the Paya Lebar Quarter (PLQ) in Singapore providing 24/7 wayfinding services and interacting with visitors and shoppers as part of smart security services firm Certis' recent launch of its Security+ upgrade to bring enhanced and safe experiences at PLQ. Aside from wayfinding...
Des Moines, IAwho13.com

Des Moines poets earn first place in international youth poetry slam festival

DES MOINES, Iowa – In July, a group of young women from Des Moines won first place in the Brave New Voices International Youth Poetry Slam Festival held in California. Kai Brown, LaNeeta Burgs, Samm Yu, Jocelyn Rifas, and Sophie Savage performed together. The group is a part of RunDSM, an organization dedicated to helping youth express themselves through the arts.
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On Missing Women: Abandon All Hope

The first time I realized that "missing women" was both a phenomenon and a genre, I was in a creative writing workshop at Bowling Green State University run by June Spence, and I’d recently tracked down her collection Missing Women and Others. And as I read it, my brain started to run this montage (more like a gauntlet) of Court TV/truTV crime shows, true crime books, and Nancy Grace's patented brand of self-righteous hysteria, and I began to understand, even before the phrase "Missing White Girl Syndrome" was coined, that there was something mesmerizing about the prospect of all these prime-time missing women, and girls, who were typically white, beautiful, and undeserving of whatever horrors the viewer (or reader) could imagine.
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