Tag Archives: Media Relations

Woman reportedly received 20,000 oxycodone pills in mail instead of yoga mat

Roughly $400,000 worth of oxycodone pills were delivered to a woman in South Carolina who expected the package to be a yoga mat, reports said.  (York County Multijurisdictional Drug Enforcement Unit) A woman in South Carolina called police Saturday afternoon after she reportedly received a large package of illegal drugs in the mail, worth around $400,000, instead of the yoga ...

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Surprise find: Dolphin bones unearthed in medieval island 'grave'

The dolphin skeleton was found on the tiny islet of Chapelle dom Hue, off the west coast of Guernsey in the English Channel.  (Guernsey Archaeology) Archaeologists excavating a medieval site on a tiny islet in the English Channel were baffled by the discovery of a dolphin skeleton in what appears to be a carefully prepared grave. The researchers first thought ...

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Girl falls down manhole, breaks both ankles

A pedestrian passes a manhole.  (Reuters) A 9-year-old girl broke both her ankles after falling 12 feet through an open manhole and being stranded for an hour before a passerby heard her yells for help. Grace Knox was on her way to Southside Elementary School in Buffalo, N.Y., around 7:30 a.m. Tuesday when she suddenly fell into the manhole that ...

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Disneyland's Jingle Cruise might be gone forever

Is Disneyland getting rid of the classic holiday-themed ride?  (iStock) Between the oversized trees, snow falling on Main Street, and blink-and-they’re-gone candy canes for sale, there’s plenty to celebrate at Disneyland this Christmas. For Adventureland fans, though, there may be one less present under the tree. That’s because Jingle Cruise, the seasonal re-theming of Disneyland’s historic Jungle Cruise attraction, will ...

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Sean Hannity: From Las Vegas to Puerto Rico, media plays politics to hurt President Trump

While President Trump was consoling the nation and offering support for Las Vegas, the Democrats and their friends in the media were rushing in to politicize a tragedy in the most despicable way imaginable. The 59 people gunman Stephen Paddock killed were not even buried and the hundreds he injured still fighting for their lives when irresponsible politicians and members ...

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Trump to visit Las Vegas on Wednesday, days after massacre

President Trump on Monday said he will travel to Las Vegas on Wednesday to meet with officials after a mass killing at a country music festival on the Strip. “We will be spending the full day there, and maybe longer than that,” he told the press. He will meet with state officials and law enforcement. President Trump called the bloodbath ...

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Louisiana police officer slain in shootout, suspect arrested

LAFAYETTE, La. –  A 28-year-old man is accused of killing a Louisiana police officer and trying to kill three other people, including a second officer, authorities said Monday. Ian Paul Howard of Lafayette was arrested on several charges including first-degree murder of a police officer, Louisiana State Police said in a news release. First-degree murder charges have only two possible ...

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Texas school district bans Confederate displays

Students at one Texas middle school will no longer be able to call themselves “Rebels” after the Corpus Christi Independent School District removed the logo and mascot in response to concerns from parents. The district’s actions come amid a nationwide trend to remove or add context to public displays that celebrate the Confederacy. At least 25 cities across the country, ...

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