Ramsey County Attorney John Choi announces that Minnesota police officer Jeronimo Yanez will face three charges in the fatal shooting of Philando Castile during a July 6 traffic stop. "We don't want any protests to get outrageous". Sean Gormley, executive director of the union representing St. Anthony officers, said in a statement to the Times that "it's important to remember that officer Yanez is innocent of these charges until proven guilty" and that "nobody is served by a rush to ...
Listing short-term steps to deal with the situation, the Chief Minister said that use of all diesel gen-sets has been prohibited for the next five days beginning on Monday, except for emergency services like hospitals and mobile towers. New Delhi also has attempted to limit the number of cars during the winter months, when air quality is at its worst. They will be doing so by using PWD construction and demolition malba and sludge generated by water treatment plants of DJB.
The unidentified victor of the third-tier prize was one of three players to match four of the five white balls and the Powerball. No one has won the multi-state game's top prize since September 17, but players get another chance at 10:59 p.m.
This isn't the kind of person I think ought to be advising the president -- this is the kind of person a president-elect should be avoiding at all costs. Within minutes, a Reid staffer issued a statement that in part read: "It only took five days for President-elect Trump to try to silence his critics with the threat of legal action".
Heavy snow showers in the Berkshires and Green Mountains. Power outages were also possible. "The lake is really going to be rolling", Christenson said. The worst of this upcoming storm will occur tonight and tomorrow morning. "Snowfall rates could reach 1" per hour, and visibility near zero. Total snowfall of 12 to 16 inches expected, along with north winds gusting to 40 miles per hour.
They "repeatedly ordered" the gunman to drop the weapon, and when he didn't, they opened fire, police said. Davis, who was re-elected this month to his 11th term in the 7th Congressional District and is a former Chicago alderman, was in Chicago on Friday and spoke with reporters after talking to police.