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02  décembre     18h37
Tennessee awards over 27 million in grants for community development
Jon Brown    More than million in community development grants has been approved in Tennessee The grants will help the community with health and safety initiatives and housing rehabilitation
Washington sheriff’s trial underway after flu delay
Andrew Miller    The trial of a sheriff in Washington state has started after a delay from the flu The officer is being charged with two misdemeanors stemming from a confrontation with a Black man
Michigan woman who starved, punished disabled son with ice baths deemed competent to stand trial for murder
   Shanda Vander Ark of Norton Shores Michigan was deemed competent to stand trial for open murder and first degree child abuse for allegedly torturing and starving her son
Ex-convict gets at least 18 years after NV police find the severed head of his friend in stolen car
   Ex convict Eric Holland was sentenced to at least years after Vegas authorities found coolers containing his friend s severed head and dismembered body in a stolen car
ACLU sues Phoenix to stop sweeping downtown homeless encampments
   ACLU has filed a complaint against the city of Phoenix to halt the sweeping of homeless camps The organization claims the movement destroys their belongings and even legal documents
CA overturns sentence of gang member accused of conspiring to murder
   The California Supreme Court threw out a conviction of a gang member who was indicted with conspiracy to murder Nicholas Hoskins was originally sentenced to years to life in prison
17-year-old arrested for allegedly opening fire at Arizona State University
   A teenage boy was taken into custody after allegedly firing shots on campus at Arizona State University No injuries were reported and students were told to seek shelter
CA man charged for killing 1, injuring 5 in Thanksgiving road rage shooting
   Lee Quevon Walker was driving with his year old son and girlfriend on Thanksgiving when he was hit by a truck in California Walker then pursued the vehicle and shot the driver
Secession movements gain traction in US amid deepening political rifts: ’A long-standing problem’
   Grassroots secession efforts have gained traction amid deepening cultural rifts in the country some calling for leaving the Union outright others looking to form brand new states
7 die from the flu in Washington amid intense flu season
   Seven people have died from the flu in the state of Washington Officials said flu activity is currently very high as the state saw new cases in mid November
10 middle school students in Los Angeles appear to have overdosed on marijuana edibles
   Ten middle school students between the ages of and may have overdosed on cannabis edibles in Los Angeles California Some of the children were then taken to medical centers
Pakistan’s prime minister claims ’assassination attempt’ targeted country’s top diplomat in Afghanistan
   A failed assassination attempt on Pakistan s top diplomat took place on Friday in Afghanistan The diplomat s security guard was injured in the attack
Service restored to 988 mental health hotline after outage
   Service was restored to the nationwide hotline intended to assist individuals going though mental health crises The hotline had previously experienced a daylong outage
St. Louis police officer sentenced for shooting into car
   A St Louis police officer was sentenced three years of probation and demanded to turn in his officers license for shooting into a moving car The driver of the vehicle was injured
EPA proposes restrictions on plans to build copper, gold mine in AK
   The U S Environmental Protection Agency proposed limitations to halt mining plans in Alaska The restrictions would help protect the state s salmon and commercial fisheries
Michigan man dead after police shootout
   An unnamed Michigan man was shot and killed by police after exchanging gunfire while running It is unclear whether the gunshot that killed him was inflicted by himself or the officers
Yale University sued for alleged ’systemic discrimination’ toward students suffering from mental health issues
   Yale University is being sued by several students who claim that the institution did not properly handle their mental health issues and in some cases forced them to withdraw
Louisiana judge gives woman 15 years for causing fatal 3-car wreck while intoxicated
   A Louisiana judge sentenced a woman to years in prison for causing fatal three car wreck while intoxicated The woman was convicted of vehicular homicide on Oct
Indiana police shoot knife-wielding man who charged at officer
   James Ready of Terre Haute Indiana was shot by police after allegedly brandishing a knife approaching an officer and refusing to drop the weapon when asked
Kentucky work on Purchase Parkway to extend I-69 will begin in spring
   Work on upgrades to the Purchase Parkway to extend I is scheduled to start this month The million project will take two years