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CorTrust banks on growth in Minnesota

CorTrust banks on growth in Minnesota

CHARGES ON LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS. THIS WAS CUT ON CELL PHONE VIDEO. IT WAS APRIL 21. HE FACES SEVERAL YEARS IN PRISON. HE REMAINS IN JAIL. IT IS UP TO THE DISCRETION IN SHERIFF’S OFFICE WHEN THE SHERIFF IS READY TO GO BACK TO WORK. THEY SAID HE WAS READY. THEY ARE EXPANDING INTO MINNESOTA.

Salute to Service: Cancer Support Community of Kalispell

Salute to Service: Cancer Support Community of Kalispell

SERVICE WEHONOR AN ORGANIZATION IN THE FLATHEAD VALLEY WHO IS MAKING CANCER PATIENTS’ ROAD TO RECOVERY A LITTLE EASIER, AS THEY HAVE THEIR BIGGEST EVENT COMING UP ON SATURDAY. THE CANCER SUPPORT COMMUNITY OF KALISPELL IS HOSTING THEIR MARDI GRAS EVENT SATURDAY WHERE ALL THE PROCEEDS GO TO SUPPORTING COMMUNITY MEMBERS IMPACTED BY CANCER. THE

Community Service of Lessons & Carols

Community Service of Lessons & Carols

BRITTANY TALKS WITH JANE CONNER ABOUT COMMUNITY SERVICE OF LESSONS AND CAROLS. PATTERNED ON A 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH WORSHIP SERVICE, THE LESSONS WILL BE READ BY COMMUNITY LEADERS. CAROLS WILL BE SUNG BY THE CONGREGATION AND THE FARRINGTON GROVE CHORALE. ALL ARE WELCOME! THIS IS THE 11TH YEAR FOR THE EVENT AT ST. STEPHEN’S EPISCOPAL

Students use spring break as an excuse to do community service

Students use spring break as an excuse to do community service

Philadelphia are spending their spring break volunteering in the town of Bramwell. Today they spent their morning picking up trash alongside the Bluestone River. 59 news reporter Taylor Neuman explains how their efforts are helping the community. NAT “our mission teams that come in, their hearts are here in bramwell.” living in Mercer County. KRISTEN

Hannity: Police get no thanks from the communities they protect

Hannity: Police get no thanks from the communities they protect

BRAVERY OF THE PHILADELPHIA POLICE DEPARTMENT, LAST NIGHT’S VIOLENCE HOURS LONG STANDOFF ENDED WITH NO FATALITIES. ALL SIX OFFICERS WHO WERE SHOT, THANK GOD, HAVE BEEN RELEASED FROM THE HOSPITAL AND JUST AFTER MIDNIGHT, THE PERPETRATOR FINALLY SURRENDERED AND HOW DID SOME OF THE RESIDENTS OF NORTH PHILLY, HOW DID THEY THINK THEY’RE POLICE DEPARTMENT?

PBS NewsHour full episode August 14, 2019

PBS NewsHour full episode August 14, 2019

AMNA NAWAZ, PBS NEWSHOUR ANCHOR:  Good evening. I’m Amna Nawaz. Judy Woodruff is away. On the “NewsHour” tonight: The eye of the storm. At a moment of relative calm in Hong Kong, anxiety mounts over how Beijing will respond to the pro-democracy protestors. Then, warning signs. The stock market plunges amid a rollercoaster of volatility.

The Huawei ban is MUCH bigger than you think

The Huawei ban is MUCH bigger than you think

One of the largest tech companies in the world is getting blacklisted by the United States. On May 16th, Huawei was added to the Commerce Department’s Entity List, which restricts it from doing business with any US company without explicit government approval. There’s a small carve-out for maintaining phones that have already shipped, but basically,

Community service and compassion keystones of new Columbus Police changes

Community service and compassion keystones of new Columbus Police changes

BETTER POLICING AND A BETTER RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN POLICE OFFICERS AND PEOPLE LIVING IN THE COMMUNITIES… THOSE ARE JUST SOME OF THE BIG CHANGES FOR COLUMBUS POLICE….ANNOUNCED EARLY THIS MORNING. DARLENE: THE INTERIM POLICE CHIEF MADE THAT ANNOUNCEMENT… NBC4’S TED HART WAS THERE—HE’S LIVE AT THE POLICE ACADEMY WITH MORE. TED: ITS A RESTRUCTURING OF THE