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Research shows that Indigenous women and girls are more likely to experience violence compared to women of other ethnicities, but it’s a crisis that’s difficult to grasp because no one knows exactly how many have been taken or killed. With no comprehensive method for tracking cases, the website Justice for Native Women is a grassroots initiative to record these victims across the United States and Canada.

The work of Justice for Native Women, along with federal data sources, helped a team from Arizona State University to analyze this issue for 18 months as part of a statewide effort. The work was done thanks to a law that was passed by the state legislature in 2019, setting up a 23-member legislative study committee, which included many Native American members. The goal was to identify barriers to tracking the violence, analyze the existing data and produce recommendations to solve the crisis. The final report was released earlier this month.

Kate Fox, associate professor in the School of Criminology and Criminal…

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FLORIDA NEWS

Three sections of Florida roadways were officially named in remembrance of fallen Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) Troopers. The roadway designations were unveiled to honor the service and sacrifice of Patrolman Leroy C. Bender, Trooper Halley C. Strickland, and Trooper Joseph N. Sawtell, Jr.

Patrolman Leroy C. Bender served the residents of Florida from February 1944, until his death on October 25, 1947. Patrolman Bender was investigating a traffic crash in Sanford when a passing car struck and killed him. Patrolman…

NEW YORK NEWS

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the completion of a new 2.4 mile section of the Empire State Trail in Herkimer County between Erie Canal Lock E-18 in Jacksonburg and State Route 167 in Little Falls. This new section fills a gap in the trail allowing users to travel between Fort Herkimer Church to Little Falls on one continuous off-road path.

“Stretching from New York City to both Western New York and the North Country, the Empire State Trail not…

MASSACHUSETTS NEWS

With the busy holiday shopping season upon us, the Boston Police Department would like to once again remind our residents to protect themselves from being targeted for package theft. Here's how:

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PENNSYLVANIA NEWS

The Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh is hosting its 21st annual Mister Rogers Neighborhood Sweater Drive.

The drive will run until Dec. 17, and donations will go directly to families in need across southwestern Pennsylvania.

The museum is temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but new or gently-used, adult and child sized sweaters can be dropped off in collection bins located at the front door.

Over the past 2o years, the event has collected more than 42,500 sweaters.

UNSOLVED/MISSING

On May 17 1984 2 year old Sean Evans went missing from his front yard on Water Street in Watertown New York. He was outside playing when his mother went inside to answer a telephone call. Sean was in the driveway with a ball and his brother Steven, slightly younger, was in a playpen. When she returned about 5 minutes later, her blonde-haired, green-eyed Sean had disappeared. She notified city police at 5:49 p.m. and provided a description of what Sean was wearing: a yellow jacket, red pants and blue sneakers with white stripes. Also, Sean had a birthmark, 1 inch in length, between his shoulder blades, and a scar and another birthmark on his forehead. At the time it was thought that the child had went down to the water and drowned but no body was ever found. Sean’s mother said the child was afraid of the water and would not have went near the river. In addition, Sean’s mother claims that in the days leading up to the disappearance there was a vehicle that kept parking up the street from their house. Today Sean would be 38 years old….


ARIZONA NEWS

Research shows that Indigenous women and girls are more likely to experience violence compared to women of other ethnicities, but it’s a crisis that’s difficult to grasp because no one knows exactly how many have been taken or killed. With no comprehensive method for tracking cases, the website Justice for Native Women is a grassroots initiative to record these victims across the United States and Canada.

The work of Justice for Native Women, along with federal data sources, helped a…

SOUTH AMERICA NEWS

A leading expert on isolated Amazon tribes in Brazil has been killed by an arrow which hit him as he approached an indigenous group, according to friends and a police witness.

Rieli Franciscato, who was 56 years old, was an official for the Brazilian government’s indigenous affairs agency Funai, where he had worked to set up reservations to protect tribes in the country.

Mr Franciscato was hit by an arrow above the heart on Wednesday in the forest near the Uru…

OHIO NEWS

Several Ohio University major gift officers have been honored as Prime Officers by Blackbaud, the world’s leading software provider for the social good community.

Jessie Holtz, BA ’06, Ryan O’Connor, MBA ’14, Kate Albe Shaftel, and Tanyah Stone each won the annual distinction reserved for the top five percent of development officers nationally. To qualify as a Prime Officer, a development officer must be in the top quartile for their number of annual donor visits and also land within the top two quartiles for the number of major…

AUSTRALIA NEWS

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Prime Minister: Good afternoon, I’m joined by Professor Kelly as usual and I’m also joined by our Chief Scientist, Dr Alan Finkel. Today’s meeting of National Cabinet the 31st this year occured on a day where once again, no deaths, there was no community transmission occurring in Australia and there were seven international cases and as Doctor Finkel reminds me and as Professor Kelly when you are identifying and securing these cases when in quarantine on return of Australians back to Australia, that is a sign of…

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The Cowboys snapped a four-game losing streak, won a road game for the first time this season and put themselves in the NFC East race with six games to play.

On Sunday, Dalton threw a 2-yard touchdown pass to Dalton Schultz with 1:37 to play for the winning score, four weeks after suffering the first concussion of his career and three weeks after testing positive for COVID-19.

The Cowboys could be in first place in the NFC East with a win on Thanksgiving against the Washington Football Team.

After 10 games, no team in the division has more than three wins. The Eagles, who lost to the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, are in first place with a 3-6-1 record. The Cowboys, Giants (who were idle Sunday) and Washington are all 3-7, but the Giants hold the tiebreaker, followed by Washington and the Cowboys.

To claim first place in the division, the Cowboys would need back-to-back wins for the first time under McCarthy, and the first time since they opened the 2019 season with three straight wins.

Few people expected the Cowboys to win Sunday. But the Dallas defense came up with two takeaways, leading to nine points in the first half, and two key fourth-quarter stops. The offense was able to score four touchdowns in a game for the first time since losing Dak Prescott. Dallas entered Sunday with just two touchdowns in the four games without Prescott.

Behind an offensive line that was using its seventh different starting combination that included Pro Bowl guard Zack Martin at right tackle, Elliott also came up big, finishing with his first 100-yard game of…

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Syracuse will conduct its men’s basketball season opener when it hosts Bryant on Friday, November 27, in the Carrier Dome. The game tip time has not been determined. Series Notes

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Scott Couch
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Ever since this whole Coronavirus thing has been around I have been experiencing something strange. No not a fever or coughing-rather I have been experiencing bad service. That’s right anywhere you go or anywhere you call it seems everyone is using the virus as an excuse for bad service. Even the U.S. Mail Service has been using it as an excuse why their deliveries are late. As if they ever could be considered quicky delivery! And when ever you call a customer service number, no matter if its a bank or a store, you almost always hear a recording as soon as you call saying about the same thing-“We are sorry but due to the virus we are experiencing longer then normal wait time”. Yea sure its the virus that caused that. What was your excuse for the long wait times the last 20 years? It just seems that everyone has an excuse for bad service, long wait times or out of stock items. I went to the local grocery store yesterday and they were out of Grandma Brown’s Baked Beans. When I asked the store manager when they would be getting them in her response was-“I’m not sure, they have been out of stock because of the virus”. Really? So let me get this straight-Grandma Brown is not able to grow, pick, can & ship beans because of the Coronavirus? That is one wicked strong virus! Let’s face facts-the Coronavirus has nothing…