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Sunday, January 12, 2014

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Wednesday, March 11, 2009

75 in Congress Demand No Stimulus for Illegals

Seventy-five members of Congress asked House leaders on Tuesday to shut down a loophole allowing billions in economic stimulus funds to go to some 300,000 construction workers who are in the country illegally.

“I believe that this figure may be low,” Rep. Cliff Stearns, R-Fla., tells Newsmax. Stearns adds, “We owe it to the American workers and to American taxpayers to ensure that their money does not go to employ workers in our country illegally.”

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Female correctional officer fights off assailant in knife attack

Kenosha News

KENOSHA, Wisc. — A Kenosha woman got the upper hand in a rage-fueled assault after she was reportedly stabbed in the mouth, grabbed the knife, bit down and broke the blade, a police report says.

Police said the victim, 43, saved her own life by relying on recent correctional officer training in which she learned how to fend off attackers.

Regenald O. Ward, 48, of Kenosha, was charged Monday with attempted murder for the weekend attack. If convicted, he faces 40 years in prison.

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Ward and the victim, his girlfriend of 21 years and the mother of his daughter, had recently fought and had some history of domestic violence, including arrests, a police report says. Both had recently considered separation, but decided to stay together in their home in the 2900 block of 63rd Street, relatives said. Read full article in Kenosha News.

Monday, January 26, 2009

Thieves prey on people pumping gas.......

Thieves prey on people pumping gas
Reported by: Sun-Sentinel
Reported by: WPTV staff
Last Update: 7:41 am


WEST PALM BEACH, FL -- Police say thieves are after distracted drivers, that is, people who are distracted at the pump.

While you're busy filling up, robbers are busy picking your pocket!

Police also want to remind drivers not to leave their keys in the car.

They say a lot of the time people will leave the keys behind when they go inside to pay.

According to our news partners at the Sun-Sentinel, at least 15 gas station thefts over the past month are under investigation.

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Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Home fires are America's biggest disaster threat.

Don't be a Victim this Holiday Season!

The American Red Cross responds to approximately 180 home fires a day! And, they remain committed to teaching people the skills they need to help prevent home fires, and to providing shelter, food, counseling and other services to help home fire victims get back on their feet.
They have teamed up with the world's largest home improvement retailer, The Home Depot, to share fire safety and prevention information with local communities. To register for a fire safety clinic at your local store, click here.
Make Your Home "Fire Safe"
Smoke alarms save lives. Install a smoke alarm outside each sleeping area and on each additional level of your home.
• If people sleep with doors closed, install smoke alarms inside sleeping areas, too.
• Use the test button to check each smoke alarm once a month. When necessary, replace batteries immediately. Replace all batteries once a year.
• Vacuum away cobwebs and dust from your smoke alarms monthly.
• Smoke alarms become less sensitive over time. Replace your smoke alarms every ten years.
• Consider having one or more working fire extinguishers in your home. Get training from the fire department in how to use them.
• Consider installing an automatic fire sprinkler system in your home.
Plan Your Escape Routes
• Determine at least two ways to escape from every room of your home.
• Consider escape ladders for sleeping areas on the second or third floor. Learn how to use them and store them near the window.
• Select a location outside your home where everyone would meet after escaping.
• Practice your escape plan at least twice a year.
Escape Safely
• Once you are out, stay out! Call the fire department from a neighbor's home.
• If you see smoke or fire in your first escape route, use your second way out. If you must exit through smoke, crawl low under the smoke to your exit.
• If you are escaping through a closed door, feel the door before opening it. If it is warm, use your second way out.
• If smoke, heat, or flames block your exit routes, stay in the room with the door closed. Signal for help using a bright-colored cloth at the window. If there is a telephone in the room, call the fire department and tell them where you are.
Contact your Local Red Cross Chapter for more information on home fire prevention and safety.

Stay safe this holiday season!