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contact handover at Manchester airport

Contact handovers are often pretty fraught affairs. Getting through airport security and getting on a plan can also be a pretty fraught affair.  If you combine the TWO, AND you have one person who is more than happy for the children not to get on the plane and who has got there as late as possible, that’s a toxic combination. 1,405 more words

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DES MOINES: ' Cop Shots & Kills unarmed man cited as "walking with purpose " through window of his car '

#AceNewsReport – An unarmed Des Moines man was shot and killed by police on Tuesday night for “walking with a purpose” towards a police vehicle. The officer shot him in his torso from inside her police vehicle with her windows rolled up. 282 more words


@AceNewsServices - Police filmed Grabbing phone and pepper sraying owner

Texas police filmed grabbing phone, pepper spraying owner for no apparent reason (VIDEO): The A… http://t.co/0hYeIDHUr4 #AceNewsReport

— Ace News Services (@AceNewsServices) June 8, 2015


Savannah sends mediation letter to Chatham County

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WJCL) – Chatham County leaders say they’ve received a letter from the city regarding Metro police.

In it city leaders ask the county for mediation.   56 more words

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Detroit Desperately Seeking Alternative to Shutting Water Off

The Huffington Post published an article today discussing Detroit’s situation with the poor not being able to pay water bills, and being forced to either shut water supplies off or search for alternative measures? 129 more words

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SCMPD merger talks to continue next week

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WJCL) – Work on a new Savannah-Chatham Metro police (SCMPD) merger agreement will continue next week.

WJCL learned Monday; Savannah and Chatham leaders will meet next week. 126 more words

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Savannah receives Chatham's SCMPD proposal

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WJCL) – The back and forth between Savannah and Chatham County continued Thursday.

“I think public safety is the most important thing that we do,” said Savannah Alderman Tony Thomas. 262 more words

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