Still ahead on wtva nine news at ten, it’s cleanup day for some as storms ripped through parts of the south. Find out who got the worst of it. And students in florida prepare to head back to school this week after the mass shooting. “Jim McKinstry personal donation was to put a hedge around it, which the police promptly tore down because they couldn keep track of the teenagers who were in there at night,” said Gillespie. “The town engineer did his damndest to stop us. He claimed it was a waste of water, but we got the blessing of council and went ahead.
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Zimman Casey was an Army private first class when a military court convicted him of assault and “indecent acts” on a young girl and sentenced him to three years in prison. After his release in 2002 from Fort Sill in Oklahoma, Casey headed for Texas, where the convicted military sex offender effectively slid under the public radar, allowing him to prey again and again. By 2007, the former soldier had been convicted of sexually assaulting a minor under 14..
Jameel Jaffer, Director, Knight First Amendment Institute: It’s interesting to me that your responses to this question about excellence in journalism start with technology challenges that would be with us even if Donald Trump had never been elected and will probably be with us when he is gone. It’s easy for a reader of the news to get the impression that we are in a moment of crisis, in part because of the challenges of new technology and our collective failure to address them, but maybe also because of the political landscape. One thing that I really appreciate right now are the voices that can contextualize challenges that seem existential that these are things that other societies have dealt with, or are dealing with right now..
Whaley said the county would be open to considering another location.never want to turn down development if it a good development, and in many places it would be a good development. It nothing against the business or Halliburton or Multi Chem, that not an issue at all. It purely the wrong place for this kind of development, Whaley said.Low said she and other residents would have to take any specific location into consideration, if the proposal was to return to Nisku, before deciding whether to oppose it again..