Monthly Archive: May 2016

May 31

Photos: This Week in Pictures: Top Photos from Around the Globe

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May 31

Mexico Starts Removal of Invasive Goats From Baja Island

Environmental authorities in Mexico have begun removing 800 to 900 wild goats from Espiritu Santo island off Baja California. Mexico’s commission for protected nature areas says the goats will be taken by boat to the Baja peninsula, where the first 100 will be given to a local university for research. The others will be given …

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May 31

UK Healthcare talks mosquito bite prevention and Zika virus

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- UK Healthcare leadership gathered Tuesday morning to talk about Zika in the U.S. and abroad but also to present helpful tips to prevent being bitten by mosquitoes. Doctors from Infection Prevention and Control, as well as Obstetrics and Gynecology at UK Healthcare spoke about the minimal risk Kentuckians have of being infected …

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May 31

Kidnappers Demanded $325,000 for Mexican Soccer Player

The men who kidnapped Mexican soccer player Alan Pulido demanded $325,000 (6 million pesos) from his family for his safe return. In an interview Tuesday on Imagen Radio, his brother Armando Pulido said that minutes before he learned his brother had escaped, a kidnapper had warned that Alan Pulido would be dead by the following …

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May 31

CHFS Launches Summer Program for Youth Aging Out of Foster Care

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) — Young adults aging out of the foster care system now have the opportunity to access employment, job training and leadership skills through a collaborative program that places young people in entry-level positions in Department for Community Based Services (DCBS) offices around the state. Governor Matt Bevin, First Lady Glenna Bevin and …

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May 31

Brazil Police Seek Indictment of Private Bank Bradesco’s CEO

Brazilian police say they are asking prosecutors to bring tax fraud charges against the CEO of one of the country’s private banks, Bradesco. The Attorney General’s Office tells The Associated Press that Tuesday’s request names Luiz Carlos Trabuco and nine other people. There is no deadline for prosecutors to decide whether to charge Trabuco. The …

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May 31

KBC: Save a life, win a truck

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – The Kentucky Blood Center is looking for summer donors in order to pump up the community blood supply, and they’re rolling out a truck to attract them. Donors can save a life, and win a 2016 Toyota Tacoma 4X4 this fall when they donate blood with Kentucky Blood Center (KBC) June …

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May 31

‘Shield’ Actor Found Guilty of 2nd-Degree Murder in Wife’s Death

“The Shield” actor Michael Jace has been found guilty of murdering his wife. A jury convicted the actor — who had pleaded not guilty — of second degree murder and intentionally discharging a firearm. According to the Associated Press, Jace, 53, told investigators that he didn’t mean to kill his wife, April Jace, when he …

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May 31

Police Investigating Gorilla Incident at Cincinnati Zoo

The shooting death of an endangered silverback gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo on Saturday to rescue a toddler who had fallen into the enclosure has garnered national outrage from animal rights activists and citizens concerned about zoo safety. Today, prosecutors from Hamilton County, Ohio have said that the Cincinnati Police will be looking into the …

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May 31

South Korea Says North Korea Missile Launch Likely Failed

A North Korean missile launch likely failed on Tuesday, the U.S. and South Korean militaries said, the fourth in a series of high-profile failures that somewhat temper recent worries that the North is pushing quickly toward its goal of a nuclear-tipped missile that can reach America’s mainland. South Korea’s Yonhap news agency said the missile …

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