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News photographer shot when officer mistook camera for a gun

News photographer shot when officer mistook camera for a gun

Andy Grimm , a photographer for the New Carlisle News , left the office about 10 p.m.to take pictures of lightning when he came across a traffic stop and chose to take photos, according to Dale Grimm, the photographer's father and the paper's publisher.


European court rules firms must tell employees of email checks

European court rules firms must tell employees of email checks

This judgment may affect the way in which United Kingdom courts consider employee privacy and monitoring going forwards. In a joint dissenting opinion, six judges including the UK's Tim Eicke disagreed that the domestic courts "did not afford adequate protection of the applicant's right to respect for his private life and correspondence".


Universities Profess Support For DACA, Call On Trump To Maintain It

Universities Profess Support For DACA, Call On Trump To Maintain It

Garcia was brought by her parents to the US from Mexico when she was 6 years old. Like many of her clients, immigration attorney Dulce Garcia's future in the U.S.is in a state of uncertainty. I don't know anyone in that category. The DACA program has been essential not only in helping young undocumented immigrants attend school, but also to hold jobs, said Steve Corona, Latinos Count executive director.


Gas prices spike as refineries seek to resume full operation

Gas prices spike as refineries seek to resume full operation

Monday's average price of $2.69 per gallon was the highest since June 23, 2015. Online gas price tracker GasBuddy reported a similar jump, saying it's the highest seven-day price spike since Hurricane Katrina hit Louisiana in August 2005.


Salt Lake City protests police assault on nurse

Salt Lake City protests police assault on nurse

The patient had neither been arrested nor consented to a sample, and the police didn't have a warrant. In an interview with CNN , Alex Wubbels , a nurse at the University of Utah Medical Center, said she did what she thought was right when refusing a police officer's request to draw blood from a patient who had been injured in a auto accident.