District Attorney Drops All Felony Charges Against Indiana Batmobile Manufacturer Accused of Theft | News

Two months after four San Mateo County deputy sheriffs raided the workplace of an Indiana batmobile manufacturer, an action that drew heavy public criticism against Sheriff Carlos Bolaños, the district attorney’s office dropped all charges against businessman. In a press release on Monday morning, September 26, District Attorney Stephen Wagstaffe announced that he would dismiss …

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Otto Addo to make changes to Ghana’s lineup against Nicaragua

Ghana coach Otto Addo is expected to reshuffle his team as he leads the Black Stars to their second international friendly against Nicaragua at the Francisco Artes Carrasco Stadium in Lorca, Spain, tomorrow. The Black Stars lost 0-3 to Brazil in their opening match in Le Havre, France, which has provided some useful lessons for …

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Tops return to non-conference play for matchup against Troy

Gunnar Word/WKU Athletics Football 09/26/2022 16:33:00 story links game 5 WKU (3-1, 1-0 C-USA) vs. Troy (2-2, 1-1 Sun Belt)Date: Saturday October 1Start: 6 p.m. CTLocation: Bowling Green, Ky. (Houchens-Smith Stadium)Watch: ESPN+Listen: WKLX (SAM 100.7 FM) and WWKU (ESPN Radio 102.7 FM) in Bowling …

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Chelsea’s persistence leads WSL champions to win against Man City

LONDON — Reigning Women’s Super League champions Chelsea finally got some points on the board on Sunday with a 2-0 win at home to Manchester City. After a shock loss in their first game of the season against Liverpool, the Blues looked much sharper and more decisive in the second week of the season. Having …

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Man Utd star produced Iniesta-esque moment against France

Christian Eriksen He is arguably playing the best football of his distinguished career right now. Just over a year after suffering cardiac arrest at Euro 2020, the manchester united star is giving master classes for fun. Eriksen has been one of the Premier League’s in-form players so far in 2022/23 and continues to dazzle on …

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How money and technology are militarizing the fight against the illegal wildlife trade

Rangers in Kruger Park, South Africa. Credit: WildSnap/Shutterstock Thousands of animals and plants are bought and sold each year around the world as food, medicine, clothing, and furniture, even in the form of musical instruments. Wildlife, it seems, is big business. The illegal wildlife trade, estimated to be worth at least US$7bn (£5.9bn) and potentially …

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