Month: April 2021

Unlawful use of force

A Louisiana officer had used a stun gun on a cuffed 67-year-old man for yelling while being detained. The man who had been tazed is Izell Richardson, who said he had been trying to get into his house through the window because he lost his key. The cops were called by his sister who thought someone was trying to break […]

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Chicago shooting suspect will survive

The suspect who shot a seven-year-old Jasalyn Adams was shot by law enforcement but will survive. He had shot the seven-year-old while she was waiting in the Mcdonald’s drive-thru with her dad. The suspect crashed his car while fleeing and then tried to hijack a car from a family but was confronted by the police and shot several times. It […]

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U.S. lifts pause on J and J vaccine

The pause of the Johnson and Johnson will end soon due to a majority vote by the CDC. Following the resume, the FDA has now put up new warnings around the vaccine and how it can cause blood clots in adult women under the ages of 50 years old. The vaccines will be given out as soon as the CDC […]

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Much of the Pack Returning for Huskies in 2021-22

Much of the Pack Returning for Huskies in 2021-22

In a season that saw the Huskies Men’s Hockey team earn their way to the NCAA national championship game last week some members of the squad have already committed their return for next season. In an interview with KFAN in Minneapolis, Head Coach Brett Larson announced that forwards Easton Brodzinski and Kevin Fitzgerald will make another run with the Huskies […]

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Daunte Wright Funeral Held in Minneapolis

Daunte Wright Funeral Held in Minneapolis

Less than 48 hours after the conviction of former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin in the killing of George Floyd the funeral for 20-year-old Daunte Wright will take place this afternoon. Hundreds of people paid their respects to Wright in a public viewing Wednesday at Shiloh Temple International Ministries before today’s service. Rev. Al Sharpton is set to eulogize Wright […]

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President Biden Commits to Fossil Fuel Reductions at Global Summit

President Biden Commits to Fossil Fuel Reductions at Global Summit

In a meeting with world leaders Thursday President Biden reaffirmed one of his campaign promises to take steps to reduce the effect of global warming produced by the use of fossil fuels in the United States. Biden’s new commitment is to cut fossil fuel emissions up to 52% by 2030, he would accomplish this goal by investing in green energy […]

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Walz Announces Mobile Vaccination Units

Walz Announces Mobile Vaccination Units

In an attempt to help “underserved” communities get the COVID-19 vaccine, Walz announces new mobile units to help throughout the state. These will be a significant tool in reaching these communities. The Minnesota Department of Health and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota are partnering with the Metro Transit, the Metropolitan Council, and the Minnesota Department of Transportation to […]

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Charges Following a Wisconsin Tavern Shooting

Charges Following a Wisconsin Tavern Shooting

Following a shooting at busy bar in Kenosha County, Wisconsin, on Sunday, a man has been charged with killing 3 people. Rakayo Vinson, 24, is charged with three counts of first-degree intentional homicide and three counts of attempted first-degree intentional homicide. He is facing life in prison if he is convicted of any of the charges.

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The United States Department of Justice to Investigate the Minneapolis Police Department

The United States Department of Justice to Investigate the Minneapolis Police Department

Following the conviction of Derek Chauvin, AG Merrick Garland, of The United States Department of Justice, announced that they will launch an investigation into Minneapolis Police Department. This announcement comes just one day after Chauvin was convicted. Garland says they are wanting to address the systematic failure. They will be talking to officers about their training and support.  

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Postponed: IIHF Women’s World Hockey Championship

Postponed: IIHF Women’s World Hockey Championship

Covid-19 concerns left The International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) frantic to reschedule after the women’s world hockey championship was postponed. Rene Fasel, IIHF chief said the decision to postpone the event was made last minute by health officials in Nova Scotia, Canada. Teams were set to start traveling to the event over the course of the next two days. Teams […]

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