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  • James and Raymond Fleet investigation: Bodies found in forest believed to be missing pair 18 Aug 2017 08:18 Police have confirmed they believe the bodies found in the Mamaku Bush are that of missing uncle and nephew Raymond and James Fleet. Police addressed media about the disappearance of the Fleets outside the local station in Rotorua this afternoon. A …
  • Top cop on Fleet case: 'This is a family's worst nightmare' 18 Aug 2017 08:18 Rotorua's top cop says the disappearance of James and Raymond Fleet is every family's worst nightmare. Rotorua area commander Anaru Pewhairangi said the pair's loss was "shocking and tragic" for their whanau, and the "lovely…
  • 'This is a family's worst nightmare' 18 Aug 2017 06:26 Rotorua's top cop says the disappearance of James and Raymond Fleet is every family's worst nightmare. Rotorua area commander Anaru Pewhairangi said the pair's loss was "shocking and tragic" for their whanau, and the "lovely…
  • Bodies found in forest believed to be missing pair 18 Aug 2017 04:26 #WATCH: Police speaking about the bodies found in the Mamaku Bush believed to be missing pair Raymond and James Fleet.Posted by Rotorua Daily Post on Thursday, 17 August 2017 Police have confirmed they believe the bodies found in the Mamaku Bush are that …
  • Maine Gov. LePage Equates Confederate Statues to 9/11 Monuments 18 Aug 2017 04:25 Maine Gov. Paul LePage has compared the monuments of Confederate war figures being removed from public spaces across the country to those commemorating the deaths of 2,753 people during the 9/11 terror attacks in New York City. LePage made the …
  • Houston Newsmakers Aug. 20: ADL ramps up in face of heightened racial incidents 18 Aug 2017 03:26 HOUSTON - In the aftermath of the recent protests and deaths in Charlottesville, Virginia, the national conversation about racism in America has dramatically increased. So too have the efforts of the Anti-Defamation League in combating hate and bigotry …
  • Mayor addresses drug issue and helps set up task force 18 Aug 2017 02:40 Kick-off planned Sept. 21 By Marylouise Sholly Appalled at the rise in opiate overdose deaths in the area, Ephrata Mayor Ralph Mowen decided to do something about it. “It’s running rampant and there’s no stereotype; anyone could fall victim to the opiate …
  • Cops cracking down on drunk driving 18 Aug 2017 02:28 Announcement concerning increased drunk driving enforcement period starting August 19 through September 4 throughout Michigan. Detroit — Law enforcement and traffic safety agencies are asking motorists to make sure they arrive and return from their …
  • Haslam rebukes white nationalists, says Trump should unite 17 Aug 2017 22:34 Gov. Bill Haslam strongly rebuked white nationalists and neo-Nazis and said President Donald Trump should be uniting the country this week. Tyler Whetstone/USA TODAY NETWORK - TENNESSEE Gov. Bill Haslam strongly rebuked white nationalists and …
  • Madison Mayor Paul Soglin orders removal of Confederate monuments at Forest Hill Cemetery 17 Aug 2017 22:12 One Confederate monument is gone and another is slated to be taken down at the Forest Hill Cemetery after Madison Mayor Paul Soglin ordered their removal. Soglin said in a statement Thursday that he has directed city staff to remove a plaque and a larger …