• Man facing DUI charge after fiery-two vehicle N. Charleston crash

    Man facing DUI charge after fiery-two vehicle N. Charleston crash

    Global Media

    Warwick police told The Chronicle officers had pulled over a vehicle on Glen Rd, Warwick, about 11pm Saturday. Just under two hours later, a little before 1am, the same man was caught again with a blood alcohol reading of 0.153. Lukes Lorenzo Herrera, 20, was arrested at 1:12 a.m. April 3 and taken to Yakima County Jail on charges of third-degree driving while license suspended and/or revoked, driving under the influence and second-degree unlawful possession of a firearm.
  • Mystery over swastika, Nazi slogan purged from church bell

    Mystery over swastika, Nazi slogan purged from church bell

    Global Media

    The swastika and slogan were discovered on the Schweringen church bell in September 2017, and town officials' decision not to replace the bell caused an outcry among locals earlier this year. However, objections to that decision raises by Hellwege halted the plans for reuse. Talking about the Schweringen's bell, Hellwege said the debate over the Nazi symbol had posed an "unprecedented challenge to the people in the church".
  • Lady Wolverines adjust for softball victory

    Lady Wolverines adjust for softball victory

    Global Media

    But Pliler, who started at first base and hit.468 with a team-high nine home runs last sesason, suffered a broken arm in a auto accident. The game started off strong for Marion as they scored eight runs in the first inning. The Lady Saints wasted no time in jumping out to a 7-0 lead after two innings. The Lady Tigers crossed the plate one more time in the bottom of the fifth, shutting down Seguin's batters.
  • OANN Obtains Copy of Roger Stone's Assange Email to Sam Nunberg

    OANN Obtains Copy of Roger Stone's Assange Email to Sam Nunberg

    Global Media

    Stone and WikiLeaks. Stone said the statement was a joke and the meeting did not happen. CNN contributor Bianna Golodryga noted Monday that whether or not Trump ally Roger Stone actually met with WikiLeaks' Julian Assange during the 2016 campaign , the information obtained from his testimony before special counsel Robert Mueller's grand jury will be a boon for the investigation into Russian meddling.
  • Rebecca Dallet defeats Michael Screnock for State Supreme Court seat

    Rebecca Dallet defeats Michael Screnock for State Supreme Court seat

    Global Media

    Dallet said her double-digit victory, which Democrats quickly seized on as another sign of momentum, was a rejection of special interest influence on Wisconsin's Supreme Court . Before that he was part of a team that defended Walker's Act 10 law that effectively ended collective bargaining for most public workers. Several voters in liberal Madison said they were motivated to vote against Screnock because of his NRA support.
  • Beto O'Rourke Builds Cruz-Bruising War Chest

    Beto O'Rourke Builds Cruz-Bruising War Chest

    Global Media

    Sean Theriault , a government professor at the University of Texas in Austin, says O'Rourke's fundraising boost gives him a louder microphone for his message. Cruz has no such prohibition and has maintained a lead in overall cash on hand. President Donald Trump won Texas by 9 points and almost a million votes in 2016 over Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election.
  • Scripted promotions on Sinclair news channels spark debate over media ownership

    Scripted promotions on Sinclair news channels spark debate over media ownership

    Global Media

    Trump, in a Monday morning tweet , didn't agree with the criticisms of Sinclair Broadcast Group . (When this agreement came to light after Jared Kushner's mentioning it at a conference, Sinclair said it offered the same deal to the campaign of Hillary Clinton.) It now regularly insists that affiliates run packaged pro-Trump segments featuring Boris Epshteyn , a former administration official who briefly hosted a campaign "newscast" as Election Day approached.
  • President Trump Touts Military, Economy at White House Easter Egg Roll

    President Trump Touts Military, Economy at White House Easter Egg Roll

    Global Media

    Mr Ushakov also said that the two sides had not had any "concrete discussions" about the summit since that rare Trump-Putin phone conversation. A Kremlin aide says US President Donald Trump has suggested the White House as the venue for a summit with Russia's Vladimir Putin when they discussed the idea of meeting in a telephone call last month.
  • Arizona Mom Allegedly Used Taser to Wake Her Son for Church

    Arizona Mom Allegedly Used Taser to Wake Her Son for Church

    Global Media

    When her son said, "Mom, I'm calling the police", Dobbins said she replied, "You can call the police, UPS, DPS, whoever you want to call". "I made the noise with the taser, but I did not tase my son", Dobbins told police. "They broke into the house and found the dead bodies of my sister and nephew", Jakir said. He has nowhere to go. "He said some cuss words to me, and he said that his friends don't have to go anywhere", Dobbins told the news outlet.
  • Trump offers prayers after YouTube shooting

    Trump offers prayers after YouTube shooting

    Global Media

    There are at least four victims being treated at hospitals in the Bay Area. He says the parent company of YouTube is doing everything it can to support the victims and their families. "It was terrifying", she said. "First thought was quake", employee Todd Sherman tweeted. Most acts of mass violence are carried out by men, and female active shooters are rare.
  • Father finds missing daughter after 24-year search

    Father finds missing daughter after 24-year search

    Global Media

    Wang Mingqing and his wife, from Chengdu , China's Sichuan Province, had been looking for their daughter who was just 3 when she went missing in 1994. She contacted Wang earlier this year and arranged for a DNA test. She will be flying to Chengdu today, to be reunited with her real family. "Our daughter only knew our first names and did not know where we lived", her mother, Liu, recalled in a tearful TV interview.
  • Kremlin aide: Summit talks in Washington with Putin was Trump's suggestion

    Kremlin aide: Summit talks in Washington with Putin was Trump's suggestion

    Global Media

    During Tuesday's news conference, Trump didn't mention two major developments that have taken place since the campaign and have further ostracized Putin from the worldwide community - the recent poisoning of a former spy in a park in England that the British government has pinned on Putin, and Russia's efforts to meddle in the us presidential election on Trump's behalf.
  • 3 killed, 1 injured in separate road accidents in Mah

    3 killed, 1 injured in separate road accidents in Mah

    Global Media

    Of the 338 accidents, 25 of them were fatal. "At least 246 people were injured in road carnage during the Easter holiday compared to last year's 105" he said. A single-vehicle crash southeast of Woodstock over the Easter weekend has left a Norwich woman with serious injuries. The Toyota Wish had nine passengers on board and as a result of the accident, the driver of the Honda Fit and his passenger died on the spot.
  • Facebook has removed hundreds more Russian troll accounts

    Global Media

    Last year, it emerged that the organization spent $100,000 to buy around 3,000 political ads on Facebook between June of 2015 and May of 2017. 95 percent of the accounts operated in Russian and targeted Russia or Russian-speakers in nearby countries including Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan and Ukraine .
  • Trump wants military to secure US-Mexico border

    Trump wants military to secure US-Mexico border

    Global Media

    THE FACTS: Wrong on several fronts. In addition, President Barack Obama sent about 1,200 National Guard troops to the US-Mexico border in 2010 to beef up efforts to battle drug smuggling and illegal immigration . Put them first, not yourself", he tweeted Tuesday. Life goes on normally at the camp, with people heating simple meals over fires and sleeping under the stars.
  • Vatican: Pope Francis did not say there is no hell

    Vatican: Pope Francis did not say there is no hell

    Global Media

    Scalfari, according to the National Catholic Reporter , wrote that the pope told him that souls are not punished and that those who repent "receive the forgiveness of God and go among the line of souls who contemplate him, the souls of those who are unrepentant, and thus can not be forgiven, disappear".
  • Two Daycare Workers Accused Of Child Abuse

    Two Daycare Workers Accused Of Child Abuse

    Global Media

    Investigations of the alleged abuse at the daycare center started in February after a young child told his parents that one of the women banged his head on a mat while he was sleeping. There were times when they were stepped on. The children in the video are between the ages of 3 and 4. They're scheduled to make their first court appearance on Tuesday.
  • Supreme Court refuses to stay order on SC/ST Act, denies any dilution

    Supreme Court refuses to stay order on SC/ST Act, denies any dilution

    Global Media

    Mirror Now's Tanvi Shukla and a panel of experts analyse the Bharat bandh and the atrocities against Dalits that led to the agitation. The bench said that by the verdict some filters have been put which were not against the basic tenant of law and asked the parties to file their written submissions in three days and listed the matter after 10 days.
  • Express Scripts Holding (ESRX) Position Raised by Envestnet Asset Management Inc

    Global Media

    The Coca-Cola Company (KO) finalized the Monday at price of $42.67 after traded 14207925 shares. Hennessy Advisors, Inc. (HNNA) has risen 11.97% since April 3, 2017 and is uptrending. Riverhead Capital Mngmt Limited Liability Corporation owns 0.06% invested in Bristol-Myers Squibb Company (NYSE:BMY) for 23,534 shares. Alps Incorporated holds 4,175 shares.