Month: March 2019

Early Friday morning, a traffic stop turned tragic when gunfire broke out. Shortly before 2 a.m., officers in St. Petersburg, Florida, stopped a car, but the suspect quickly fled from the scene. K9 Officer Greg Shone and his partner Titan, a 4-and-a-half-year-old Belgian Malinois, began to search the area when they found the suspect and
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As humans, we display a wide array of emotions that reveal our states of mind. It’s quite a sight to witness happiness in full bloom, and equally dismaying to see sadness in action. Of course, those are only two in the wide spectrum of emotions. Some emotions can be destructive, and some simply annoying. Take
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Bald Eagles. Photo: Linda Trummer Napolitano/Audubon Photography Awards High Stakes for Birds and People at Confirmation Hearing for David Bernhardt Washington, D.C. (March 27, 2019) — In advance of tomorrow’s Senate confirmation hearing for David Bernhardt to become Secretary of the Department of Interior, Sarah Greenberger, senior vice president for conservation policy at National Audubon
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