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 2 yrs | New tadpole disease affecting frogs worldwide, scientists find

              Scientists have identified a highly infectious tadpole disease that is found in a diverse range of frog populations across the world, potentially posing a further threat to frog populations that are already in decline or at risk of extinction. A study led by the University of Exeter and the Natural History Museum discovered a previously unidentified parasite that was present in tadpole livers from six countries across three continents, in both tropical and temperate sites. Infectious disease is a significant factor in the decline of global frog populations, but it is still unclear whether the new parasite causes significant disease. [press release attached]   


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 2 yrs | County declares state of emergency over Ferguson unrest

              St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger has declared a state of emergency after the city of Ferguson was hit by looting, shootings and other violence on the first anniversary of the fatal police shooting of Michael Brown. "The recent acts of violence will not be tolerated in a community that has worked so tirelessly over the last year to rebuild and become stronger," Stenger said in a statement. St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar has been ordered to assume command of police emergency management in the Ferguson area. [full statement attached]   


  Ferguson, MO        7 UPDATES

 

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 2 yrs | ‘Jackass’ star Steve-O arrested in Los Angeles after climbing crane

              'Jackass' star Steve-O has been arrested after climbing onto a large crane at a construction site in Hollywood, police say. Numerous emergency services had responded to the scene after receiving reports of a person on top of the crane, believe a person was in need of rescue. Steve-O, before being arrested, posted a 17-second video online from the top of the crane, writing: "Anyone wanna bail me out of jail?" LAPD Lt. Michael Ling told the Los Angeles Times that Steve-O, whose real name is Stephen Glover, is expected to be booked on suspicion of trespassing, setting a firework without a permit, and conspiracy to commit a crime.   


  Los Angeles, CA        1 UPDATES

 

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 2 yrs | Police return fire after heavy gunfire erupts in Ferguson

              A St. Louis County Police officer opened fire late on Sunday after officers came under heavy gunfire in Ferguson, officials say. The confirmation came after heavy gunfire erupted in what appear to have been two separate shooting incidents. Two people were shot, one in each incident, including an individual who is believed to have been shot by the police officer. Their conditions were not immediately disclosed, and it was unclear what led to the shootings or whether the incidents were related. The shootings came as crowds gathered throughout the day to mark the death anniversary of Michael Brown, the unarmed black teenager who was shot dead by a white police officer.   


  Ferguson, MO        7 UPDATES

 

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 2 yrs | N. Korean soldiers planted mine on border that injured 2 S. Korean soldiers, South alleges

              An explosion along the Korean Demilitarized Zone on August 4 that seriously injured two South Korean service members was caused by a mine that was secretly planted there by North Korean soldiers, South Korea's defense ministry alleges, warning the North that it will face an "equally pitiless penalty." South Korea said its investigation into the mine explosion near the city of Paju found that three North Korean wooden-box mines had been planted around a door that is guarded by the South Korean military and leads to the demilitarized zone. It is believed the mines were planted by North Korean soldiers who secretly crossed the military demarcation line in late July, though the devices did not explode until August 4. North Korea has yet to respond to the allegation.   


  Paju, South Korea        25 UPDATES

 

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 2 yrs | Legendary NFL player and broadcaster Frank Gifford dead at 84

              Frank Gifford, the former New York Giants star who went on to have a long career as a sportscaster on TV and radio, has died of natural causes at his home in Connecticut, his family confirms. He was 84. "It is with the deepest sadness that we announce the sudden passing of our beloved husband, father and friend, Frank Gifford," his family said in a statement. "We rejoice in the extraordinary life he was privileged to live, and we feel grateful and blessed to have been loved by such an amazing human being. We ask that our privacy be respected at this difficult time and we thank you for your prayers." Gifford was married to "Today" anchor Kathie Lee Gifford.   


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 2 yrs | Man arrested after 8 people shot dead at Texas home

              A 49-year-old man has been arrested after eight people, including five children, were shot and killed at a suburban Houston home. The incident began at around 9 p.m. when deputies were called to a home in northwest Houston to perform a welfare check, but no one responded at the front door, KHOU-TV reported. SWAT was called in when officers received information indicating that a man in the home was wanted on a warrant for aggravated assault on a family member. After police spotted the body of a juvenile through the window, deputies forced their way in, after which they came under fire from the suspect. A negotiator arrived and, about an hour later, the suspect surrendered without further incident. Police then discovered a total of eight bodies, including five children and three adults.   


  Houston, TX     

 


 2 yrs | 2 police officers among 5 shot in North Carolina

              Two Gaston County Police officers are among five people who have been shot in a shooting just southwest of Gastonia in North Carolina, the local Gaston Gazette is reporting. Two men were killed in the shooting and three others, including the two officers, sustained non-life threatening injuries. County Commissioner Tracy Philbeck confirmed two officers who responded to the scene were among the victims. "Please keep our officers in your prayers," she said on her Facebook account. Suspect information and details about what led up to the shooting was not immediately known. Armored police vehicles were seen near the site of the shooting. The incident happened at about 9:18 p.m. at the 4600 block of Greenwood Drive.   


  Gastonia, NC     

 

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 2 yrs | Gunman in Colorado movie massacre sentenced to life in prison

              James Holmes, the 27-year-old man who went on a shooting rampage at a Colorado movie theater in 2012, has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. The jury failed to secure an unanimous verdict to sentence Holmes to death, said Arapahoe County District Judge Samour. The shooting at the Century 16 Movie Theater in Aurora left twelve people dead and 70 others injured, making it one of the worst mass shootings in U.S. history. The massacre happened during the midnight premiere of 'The Dark Knight Rises', the third installment in the Batman film series.   


  Aurora, CO        10 UPDATES

 

 
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