The remains of more than 2,200 unborn children have been found at the Illinois home of a former abortion doctor who died from Indiana earlier this month, Fox News reports.Family members of Dr. Ulrich Klopfer, who died Sept. 3., made the gruesome discovery while through his belongings following his death.“There is no evidence that any abortions were performed at the private residence,” the Will County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement.Klopfer’s medical license was suspended in 2015 after accusations that he failed to report an abortion performed on a 13-year-old girl, reports say.Police are currently investigating the matter.The county coroner’s office took possession of the remains, the sheriff’s office said.
The Ocala Police Department apprehended a 9-year-old boy on a charge of attempted first-degree murder after he stabbed his 5-year-old sister because he said he wanted her die.Police say the boy stabbed his sister in the back with a kitchen knife on Monday. When asked why he did it, he told detectives that the thought of killing her came to his mind two days ago, according to detectives. The judge ordered secure detention for the child and a psychiatric evaluation.Officials have not disclosed the boy’s name due to his age. According to authorities the mother was the one who made the call to 911 after she returned from checking the mail to find the boy stabbing his sister.The victim was transported to a local hospital. She was alert and responsive before being taken to the hospital, authorities say.
He was invited to the speech by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. When President Trump mentioned protecting gun rights, Guttenberg apparently yelled ‘what about the victims of gun violence, like my daughter.’Florida Democratic Congressman Ted Deutch tweeted that Guttenberg deserves an answer, and it’s shameful that the President is doing nothing about gun violence.Guttenberg was led out of the House of Representatives, receiving some applause from Democratic lawmakers on his way. Guttenberg has been pushing lawmakers to support background checks for buying bullets. pic.twitter.com/6SmYlrFjZw— Fred Guttenberg (@fred_guttenberg) February 5, 2020 Fred Guttenberg, who lost his daughter in the 2018 shooting a Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, was ejected from last night’s State of the Union address after an outburst.(2,2) That said, I should not have yelled out. I am thankful for the overwhelming support that I am receiving. However, I do owe my family and friends an apology. I have tried to conduct myself with dignity throughout this process and I will do better as I pursue gun safety.— Fred Guttenberg (@fred_guttenberg) February 5, 2020
The Broward County Sheriff’s Office is currently investigating after an armed private school security guard accidentally shot a maintenance worker in the face.The incident was reported Thursday at The Sagemont School in Weston.Officials say the security guard and the maintenance worker were in the parking lot when the gun accidentally went off and struck the maintenance worker in the eye.The security guard then drove the worker to an area hospital before notifying the police about the situation.Not much is known about the incident at this time including the condition of the maintenance worker.Authorities did, however, report that no charges have been pressed against the guard at this time despite the guard also not being authorized to have a gun on school property.Legislatures passed a law requiring all public schools to have an armed police officer, guard or another employee on campus at all times after the Stoneman Douglas shooting that left 17 people dead and 17 injured, however, the ruling does not reportedly cover private schools.Authorities are continuing to investigate the incident.
Walmart has adopted additional safety precautions after two employees died due to complications from the coronavirus.According to the report, the two employees identified as 51-year-old Wando Evans and 48-year-old Phillip Thomas worked at the Evergreen Park store in Chicago.“We are heartbroken to learn of the passing of two associates at our Evergreen Park store, and we are mourning along with their families,” Walmart told USA Today.Walmart also told reporters that they are unsure how long the employees had the virus but say that the employees had not been at the store for a week before their passing.The retailer also reported that they are unaware how the employees became sick and that in the wake of their deaths, they are currently taking additional measures to ensure the safety of their staff members and shoppers.Walmart has now hired a third-party cleaning company to sanitize high-touch surfaces at the store. In addition to that, they are “allowing no more than five customers for each 1,000 square feet at a given time,” Walmart announced Friday.Once the store is at 20% capacity, they plan to go to a one -in -one out structure.
The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office have arrested a suspect who shot and killed one man and injured another in Lantana.The incident took place Wednesday evening in the 1200 block of Hypoluxo Rd.Police responded to the scene and found one man dead and another injured. The injured man was rushed to the hospital. His condition is unknown.29-year-old Albert Clark was arrested and is facing multiple charges, including homicide and attempted first-degree murder.He is being held without bond.
Bio State budget vs. job creation – January 22, 2015 House fire in Winter Harbor – October 27, 2014 Latest Posts Latest posts by admin (see all) admin Hancock County Court News Nov. 3 thorugh Dec. 11 – January 22, 2015 OLD TOWN — Righthander Tim Nason blanked the Old Town Coyotes, allowing just four hits as he pitched the Golden Bucks to a 4-0 win at Old Town.The game was a pitchers’ duel until the top of the seventh when Bucksport scored three runs.Cody Farrell had an RBI double, Kyle McGeechan and Tyler French each drove in runs with singles and Steve Klenowski and Andrew Giosia doubled for the Golden Bucks. For more sports stories, pick up a copy of The Ellsworth American. This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text
LEWISTON — The Mount Desert Island Trojan boys placed third in the State Class B Indoor Track Championships at Bates College on Saturday, with Ryan Bender capturing a pair of individual titles.MDI’s speedy Bender won the 200-meter dash in 23 seconds flat and the 400-meter dash in 51.64 seconds, and was second in the 55-meter dash in 6.71 seconds.Also claiming an individual championship was Johann Bradley of the Bucksport Golden Bucks, who won the pole vault with a height of 12 feet, 6 inches.York won the team competition with MDI placing third with 38 points, the George Stevens Academy Eagles 12th with 17 points and the Golden Bucks 18th with 10 points.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textOther scorers for MDI were Croix Albee, third in the shot put with a throw of 46 feet; Evan Jeanotte, sixth in the shot put with a throw of 41 feet, 5.5 inches; Josh Bloom, seventh in the 800-meter run in 2:12.51; and Jose Chumbe, seventh in the long jump at 19 feet, 1.5 inches.For GSA, John Hassett was runner-up in the mile run in 4:30.85 and fourth in the two-mile run in 10:06.68, and Cameron Gordon was fourth in the high jump at 5 feet, 6 inchesIn the girls’ state Class B meet, MDI placed 11th with 15 points, Bucksport tied for 15th with 8 points, the Ellsworth Eagles scored 4 points and GSA had 2.Bucksport’s Mavis Taungatu’a was runner-up in the shot put with a throw of 34 feet, 8.75 inches.Ashley Anderson had a strong performance for MDI, finishing runner-up in the 200-meter dash with a time of 27.17 seconds, fourth in the 55-meter dash in 7.65 seconds and fifth in the 400-meter dash in 1:03.31.For Ellsworth, Kia Osterlin was fifth in the mile run in 5:33.88 and teamed with Julia Zavaleta, Emma McKechnie and Courtney Wasson for seventh in the four-by-800-meter relay in 11:16.71.For GSA, Zeya Lorio was sixth in the mile run in 5:34.81.
Our Sports ReporterGUWAHATI: All India Weightlifting, Powerlifting and Best physique competition came to an end in Guwahati today. Rajasthan bagged the top circle award.Final results: Best weightlifter- Kapil Singh Rathore (Rajasthan), Best powerlifter- Rajesh Shukraware (Madhya Pradesh), Best Physique-Biswajit Patihari (Odisha, Dak Shree Award).Best circle in each category: Weightlifting-Rajasthan, Powerlifting-Tamil Nadu; Best Physique- Maharashtra Circle. Overall champion- Rajasthan Circle; Runner-up: Weightlifting-Telangana circle, Powerlifting- Telengana circle, Best Physique- Odisha.Also read: Sports News
Birmingham: Having won the toss and batted first, the last thing Australia would have wanted was a top-order collapse against hosts England in the 2019 World Cup semi-final encounter at the Edgbaston Cricket Stadium. But that is exactly what happened and skipper Aaron Finch made no bones about the fact that the match was lost there.”Definitely in the first 10 overs of the game. We know they were going to come really aggressive at us with the bat, so we had to be aggressive with the ball, we had to take or create ten chances and take them as well. So, especially against England, it wasn’t going to be a game that peters out into the 47th, 48th over. It was going to be ultra-aggressive and they got on top of us early with the bat.”But the damage was really done with the ball. That sets you back. That forced us to rebuild for such a long time and start to drag some momentum back and then, like I said, you lose a couple of quick wickets again, new batters starting, it is always tough against really good leg-spin and good quicks as well. So, all in all, we were totally outplayed to be honest all throughout the day, so you look back at that and you can analyse each ten overs, but just outplayed,” he said.But Finch praised the duo of Steve Smith and Alex Carey for putting up a 100-run partnership after the initial setback. He felt that the duo gave the bowlers something to play with.”If it were not for our middle-order today, we would have been in real trouble. We still managed to get 230-odd. I think the way that Steve and Alex formed that partnership and managed to really drag us back into the game after a tough start was really important. I think the way that they managed to soak up pressure and then slowly start to transfer a bit more pressure back on to England before we lost our way again. It was a bit of a frantic start, three-fer in the powerplay and a good partnership and a couple of quick wickets again which always sets you back a little bit.”Yes, I think a lot of teams have been in a similar boat. I think most of the time opening the batting has been the easiest place, so not to be today for myself and Dave (Warner) and Pete (Handscomb) at no. four. It was tough conditions at the start. England bowled very well. We just needed to find a way through that period to really set a platform for the middle overs,” he pointed.Asked if there were talks about Glenn Maxwell and his performance, Finch said: “I thought he started off really well and got us into some really good positions, even the game against India, where he started to build some real momentum. Again, probably a few starts here and there instead of what he has done in the past where went on and got the really match-winning contribution.”But with the ball, I know he didn’t get any wickets but he was reasonably economical when and did that in some really tough places, so I know that he’s disappointed. International cricket is very hard (smiling).”You weigh up every possible 11, whatever you think’s the strongest 11 to win the game, matching up to England, also what is in your best interests in terms of your strengths and stuff like that, so you put dozens of teams up, dozens of combinations and that happens every game, you throw enough stuff in the air, but we were really confident to back Maxxy (Maxwell) in to the game.Also Read: It’s More Than Just Wins and Losses in Leadership Role: Aaron Finch