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Mayor Lori Lightfoot Signs ‘Welcoming’ City Ordinance, Prohibiting CPD From Cooperating With ICE

CBS Sports 23 Feb 2021
Before making the changes Lightfoot made official on Tuesday, the Welcoming City Ordinance allowed Chicago police to cooperate with U.S ... Supporters of the ordinance have said no one should have to fear calling 911 or cooperate with police because they fear officers will have them deported if they discover they are an undocumented immigrant.
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Heart Attack Symptoms

Commonwealth Journal 20 Feb 2021
If you suspect that you are having a heart attack call 911 ... Call 911 or other emergency medical services for help. Educational programs of the Cooperative Extension Service serve all people regardless of economic or social status and will not discriminate on the basis of race, ...
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Marshall Fire Department busy providing shelter, responding to calls and assessing damage days into winter weather

Killeen Daily Herald 19 Feb 2021
"I heard a loud boom and the whole building shook and I turned around and saw what happened and just started screaming, call 911, check on the people, call the boss, shut down the pumps go," said Winch ... The Fire Chief Reggie Cooper said they have had some fire scares and false alarms during this winter event.
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Probe into emblematic DAPL clash continues more than 4 years later

The Bismarck Tribune 19 Feb 2021
The government believes Martinez is the person who drove Wilansky to Prairie Knights Casino after she was injured, and called 911 on her behalf ... Martinez refused to cooperate with the grand jury, saying he believed authorities were trying to suppress the anti-DAPL movement.
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Letter to the editor: 5th Judicial District decision to charge snowboarders is wrong

Summit Daily 18 Feb 2021
I believe the 5th Judicial District’s decision to prosecute two snowboarders, who triggered an avalanche above the Eisenhower Tunnel in March, for reckless endangerment is incorrect ... Additionally, both snowboarders took responsibility following the avalanche by calling 911 and cooperating with law enforcement ... .
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Case Dropped After Woman in Racist NYC Run-In Gets Therapy

Voa News 17 Feb 2021
Amy Cooper, the white woman arrested last year for calling 911 on a Black birdwatcher in New York's Central Park, had her criminal case thrown out Tuesday after completing a diversionary counseling program that prosecutors said was meant to educate her on the harm of her actions.
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Case dropped against Amy Cooper, who falsely accused Black man of threat in Central Park

The Oregonian 17 Feb 2021
NEW YORK (AP) — Amy Cooper, the white woman arrested last year for calling 911 on a Black birdwatcher in New York’s Central Park, had her criminal case thrown out Tuesday after completing a diversionary counseling program that prosecutors said was meant to educate her on the harm of her actions.
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Charges against Amy Cooper dropped after she undergoes therapy

East Bay Times 17 Feb 2021
NEW YORK (AP) — Amy Cooper, the White woman arrested last year for calling 911 on a Black birdwatcher in New York’s Central Park, had her criminal case thrown out Tuesday after completing a diversionary counseling program that prosecutors said was meant to educate her on the harm of her actions.
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The nation in brief

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 17 Feb 2021
Amy Cooper, the white woman arrested last year for calling 911 on a Black birdwatcher in New York's Central Park, had her criminal case thrown out Tuesday after she completed a diversionary counseling program that prosecutors said was meant to educate her on the harm of her actions.
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Lawyer suggests Amy Cooper may bring lawsuits after criminal charges dismissed for calling NYPD on ...

Finger Lakes Times 17 Feb 2021
NEW YORKCriminal charges were dismissed Tuesday against Amy Cooper, the white woman caught on viral video calling 911 on a Black bird watcher in Central Park — and her lawyer suggested lawsuits are imminent ... Cooper’s therapist reported that it was a moving experience, and that Ms ... Cooper had tried to assault the defendant,” the prosecutor said.
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Briefs

Messenger-Inquirer 17 Feb 2021
NEW YORK — Amy Cooper, the white woman arrested last year for calling 911 on a Black birdwatcher in New York’s Central Park, had her criminal case thrown out Tuesday after completing a diversionary counseling program that prosecutors said was meant to educate her on the harm of her actions.
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Charges dropped against woman who called police on Black birdwatcher

Yahoo Daily News 17 Feb 2021
Christian Cooper/AP. Prosecutors in New York have dropped a charge against Amy Cooper, a woman who achieved widespread notoriety after she confronted a Black man birdwatching in Central Park who asked her to put her dog on a leash ... Calling 911, she described Cooper as “African American” ... Amy Cooper lost her job and publicly apologized.
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Case tossed for woman in racist run-in

Fort Wayne Journal Gazette 17 Feb 2021
Amy Cooper, the white woman arrested last year for calling 911 on a Black birdwatcher in New York's Central Park, had her ...
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