Cracked Blind Murder Case 3 Caught: The Tribune India

Tribune press serviceLudhiana, May 6 Ludhiana police say they have solved a indiscriminate murder case and arrested three people. They had killed a young person while trying to loot a cell phone. The accused have been identified as Harvinder Singh Lalli of Gurmel Nagar, Gurmeet Singh Gagan of Jamalpur and …

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Federal authorities can use cars to access private data on your phone: report

The integration of smartphones is now an integral part of vehicle technology. So much so that the majority of the cars you can buy these days have Apple CarPlay and / or Android Auto capabilities, which makes the process more seamless for users. Heck, even commercial vehicles like Mercedes and …

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KCRA 3 wins two regional Murrow awards for best news and continuous coverage

KCRA 3 received two regional Edward R. Murrow awards for continuous coverage (EDD survey) and best newsletter (KCRA 3 News at 5 p.m.). The Murrow Awards are the embodiment of the values, principles and standards articulated by Edward R. Murrow, a journalist pioneer who set the standards for the highest …

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Annapolis Police Officer Charged With Stealing Over $ 3,000 In Walmart Merchandise

Annapolis Police Officer Charged With Stealing Over $ 3,000 In Merchandise From Arbutus Walmart Update: 8:20 p.m. EDT May 6, 2021 Annapolis police officer charged with stealing more than $ 3,000 worth of merchandise from a Baltimore County Walmart Police said Gerrard Lamont Williams Jr., 36, of Parkville, worked at …

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Consumers will be wowed by higher prices in 2021

Americans looking to spend some extra cash coming out of the pandemic are about to get pinched by rising prices everywhere they turn. Consumers can expect to start spending more – if they haven’t already – at grocery stores, cafes, drugstores, gas stations – and even on expensive items like …

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The precinct of the Internet of public interest

This is the second in our series of public interest internet blogs: past, present and future. It’s hard to believe now, but in the early days of the public Internet, the biggest worry of some of its most powerful supporters was that it was empty. As the Clinton administration prepared …

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Gardaí issues more than 100,000 banknotes using their mobile phones

Gardaí has ​​issued more than 100,000 tickets in the past 12 months, using their cell phones. It is part of the Garda Active Mobility program, which was first tested in Limerick in 2017. Agents use apps that allow them to check the history and tax status of a vehicle. Newstalk …

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Google Assistant broadcasts now ping your family members’ phones

Google has announced a handful of new family-friendly features in Google Assistant – just in time for Mother’s Day. New features are coming now and include improved shows, new family bells, and new stories for kids. One of the most exciting new features extends to Google Assistant broadcasts and now …

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EGLE announces extension of deadline for electronic recycling grant applications

LANSING, Mich. (WLUC) – The Michigan Department of the Environment, Great Lakes and Energy (EGLE) has announced that there is still $ 500,000 in funds available for rural electronics grants. The deadline for grant applications has been extended and applications must be submitted no later than July 2, 2021. The …

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Cocaine dealer with 50 wraps in his pants caught using a calling card to direct his driver to customers

Police have intercepted a drug dealer making his deliveries with a stash of transactions in his pants and a map of the area on his cell phone, a court has heard. Charlie Cunningham was sitting in the passenger seat of a car when police pulled him over – he had …

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