Daily Archive: May 30, 2016

May 30

Rare Hitler Code Machine Found on eBay for $15

A rare teleprinter that German Adolf Hitler used to message his top Nazi officers during World War II was found for sale on eBay. A volunteer from the National Museum of Computing in the U.K. stumbled on an eBay ad for the device. He recognized it as a rare Lorenz teleprinter, which in this case …

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May 30

KSP investigate McLean Co. shooting

LIVERMORE, Ky. (WTVQ) – Kentucky State Police are investigating the shooting of a McLean Co. man. Troopers say they received a call about the shooting at a home on Mulberry Street around 11:30 a.m. Monday. Investigators say the homeowner was grilling outside when an acquaintance drove by and stopped in the street.  Reportedly, the two …

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May 30

Bloody Memorial Day Weekend Leaves 4 Dead, Dozens Wounded in Chicago

It has been a violent Memorial Day weekend in Chicago, and the holiday is not even over yet. Weekend shootings across the city have left four people dead and nearly 50 wounded, the Chicago Tribune reported. Official numbers won’t be released until Tuesday, a Chicago Police Department spokesman told ABC News today. A 15-year-old girl, …

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May 30

Burkina Faso Provisionally Frees Ex-Ruling Party Head

A military tribunal in Burkina Faso says it has provisionally released the chairman of the country’s former ruling party pending further investigations into a short-lived September coup. Military tribunal director Col. Sita Sangare said Eddie Komboigo was provisionally released Monday from a military prison in Ouagadougou, the capital. Komboigo was arrested in January on accusations …

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May 30

The Latest: Italy Breaks up Unofficial Migrants’ Tent Camp

The Latest on Europe’s migration crisis (all times local): 9:20 p.m. Italian authorities have broken up unofficial migrants’ tent camp in the town of Ventimiglia near the French border. The migrants, from Eritrea and other African countries as well as Pakistan and Bangladesh, had been camping out for weeks or months in hopes of managing …

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May 30

Pets Need Pals – Buddy – Scott Co. Humane Society 5-30

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – “Buddy,” with Judy Giannasio from the Scott Co. Humane Society, hits the set with Meteorologist Eric Burke in this edition of Pets Need Pals. The post Pets Need Pals – Buddy – Scott Co. Humane Society 5-30 appeared first on ABC 36 News. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

May 30

Hairstyles for Brides – Posh Salon & Spa 5-30

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Peyton Gibson and Brook White, of Posh Salon & Spa, sit down with ABC 36’s Lauren Gawthrop to talk about the latest in hairstyles for brides as wedding season approaches. The post Hairstyles for Brides – Posh Salon & Spa 5-30 appeared first on ABC 36 News. Brought to you by …

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May 30

Federal veterans treatment court created in Kentucky

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) – A new veterans treatment court has been created in the federal Western District of Kentucky for former service members who commit nonviolent federal crimes. The Courier-Journal (http://cjky.it/1RGcowi ) reports veterans in the program may undergo an 18-month treatment for medical issues traced to military service, such as mental illness and substance …

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May 30

Former Lexington FBI chief advising on movie about slaying

PARIS, Ky. (AP) – More than a quarter-century ago, Jim Huggins led the investigation into the death of an FBI informant that ended with an agent pleading guilty to manslaughter. Now he’s helping filmmakers tell the story in a movie being shot in Kentucky. Earlier this month, Huggins was in Paris, Kentucky, where a crew …

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May 30

LATAM Airlines to Suspend Flights to Venezuela

Latin America’s largest airline says it’s suspending its flights to Venezuela. Monday’s statement by the Chile-based LATAM blames the “difficult macroeconomic scenario” affecting the region. Germany’s Lufthansa took the same decision over the weekend citing the difficult economic situation in Venezuela. Many airlines have complained that the country’s currency restrictions have made it impossible to …

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