ABC News 7
SPRING, Texas (KTRK) — Two masked men tried to abduct a woman outside her home in the Legends Trace subdivision Friday, but Montgomery County deputies ended up arresting the woman’s fiancé who came to her rescue.
Her fiancé, Jeremiah Morin, ran outside shooting at the men as they ran away from the subdivision near Elan and Birnham Woods Drive. Continue reading “Man arrested after shooting at fiancee’s attempted abductor”
Science News – by Ashley Yeager
Scientists studying dinosaur evolution are finding many more bones to pick.
Researchers from London have found hints of blood and fibrous tissue in a hodgepodge of 75-million-year-old dinosaur bones. These fossils had been poorly preserved. That now suggests residues of soft tissues may be more common in dino bones than scientists had thought. Details appeared June 9 in Nature Communications. Continue reading “More dinosaur bones yield traces of blood, soft tissue”
Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden
A month ago, Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh wrote to federal authorities asking that they declare the state’s courts, schools and hospitals off limits to immigration agents. Frosh, a Democrat, wrote that he was sending the letter in response to new immigration guidelines issued by the Trump administration that greatly expand the number of people considered a priority for removal from the country. Continue reading “‘Sanctuary’ Crackdown Begins: Homeland Identifies 3 Maryland Counties Harboring Illegal Immigrants”
The Great Recession Blog
According to Bank of America, there is no time to leap into the stock market like the moment before its cataclysmic fall. BofA’s Michael Hartnett has no doubt that the stock market stands on the edge of catastrophic collapse, but the euphoric rise before it takes the plunge could be the greatest financial rush you’ll ever know: Continue reading “Base Jumping off the Stock Market’s Peak”
Free Thought Project – by Jack Burns
Austin, TX — The 20th-century invention of the dashcam has arguably opened the eyes of the collective world to the once guarded mysteries of how police departments operate. And what they’re revealing, as brought to you by The Free Thought Project, is there’s one standard of behavior the public is held to, and an entirely different one for law enforcement, apparently.
One of the latest examples of this comes out of Austin, Texas, not surprisingly. Continue reading “Corrupt Cop Lets Crooked Asst Police Chief Go for Dangerous Speeding”
ATLANTA (AP) — Three people have been arrested in connection with the raging fire that collapsed a portion of Interstate 85 a few miles north of downtown Atlanta, crippling a major traffic artery in a city already known for dreadful rush-hour congestion.
Deputy Insurance Commissioner Jay Florence said Friday evening that Basil Eleby faces a charge of criminal damage to property, and Sophia Bruner and Barry Thomas each were charged with criminal trespass. Continue reading “3 arrested in Atlanta fire underneath interstate bridge”
Las Vegas Review Journal
Winds that lashed Southern Nevada diminished on Friday, but continued to make life difficult for crews trying to restore power and repair damage from a day earlier.
NV Energy reported that 3,182 customers in Southern Nevada — 3,086 of them in Clark County — remained without power as of 4:30 p.m., a day after gusts clocked as high as 84 mph grounded airline flights, flipped semi-trucks, ripped away signs and downed trees and utility poles. Continue reading “Cleanup begins as winds continue to whip Southern Nevada”