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Veteran-Owned Apparel Company Raises $26,000 To Support The Families Of Deputies Shot In LA

Veteran-Owned Apparel Company Raises $26,000 To Support The Families Of Deputies Shot In LA

  KAYLEE GREENLEE Reporter   A veteran-owned apparel company has raised over $26,000 over the course of two weeks for the families of the two Los Angeles deputies who were reportedly shot while sitting in their patrol car. Two Los Angeles sheriff’s deputies sustained several injuries after they were “ambushed” by a single gunman while […]

Convoy of Police Officers Show Up to Escort Sons of Fallen Officer on First Day of School

Convoy of Police Officers Show Up to Escort Sons of Fallen Officer on First Day of School

BY LOUISE BEVAN As their fallen comrade’s sons embarked upon their first day back at school in Ohio, members of the Toledo Police Department showed up in full uniform, and full force, to escort them. Younes and Maytham Dia, the sons of Toledo Police Officer Anthony Dia, who was killed in the line of duty, did not have to bear their […]

Lenoir City Police Rescue Woman Held in Apartment Human-Trafficking Operation

Lenoir City Police Rescue Woman Held in Apartment Human-Trafficking Operation

BY EMG INSPIRED STAFF Last week, Lenoir City Police Department (LCPD) officers liberated an adult woman who was being held against her will inside an apartment complex in North Carolina. Local resident Breotta Pringle is being charged with one count of human trafficking and one count of simple assault. According to the arrest warrant, Pringle allegedly held the […]

California Pet Store Owner Helps Man Who Lost His Home in LNU Lightning Complex Fire

California Pet Store Owner Helps Man Who Lost His Home in LNU Lightning Complex Fire

BY EMG INSPIRED STAFF The LNU Lightning Complex Fires swept through Vacaville, California, earlier this month, devastating homes and leaving many locals with no place to live. Many have turned up at Western Ranch Pet Supply, where donations and other assistance are being offered by the community. Local resident Dave Dubay lost his home to the fire […]

Texas State Troopers Rescue 500th Missing Child in Traffic Stop Since Child Protection Training

Texas State Troopers Rescue 500th Missing Child in Traffic Stop Since Child Protection Training

BY LOUISE BEVAN Texas State Troopers have safely recovered their 500th missing child during a traffic stop on Sept. 16—a milestone in the war to end human trafficking. The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) director, Steven McCraw, has praised the Troopers for their “outstanding contribution.” The nationwide Interdiction for the Protection of Children (IPC) program has something to do […]

‘He Sacrificed Himself’: Police Hold Funeral for Fallen SWAT K9 Killed in the Line of Duty

‘He Sacrificed Himself’: Police Hold Funeral for Fallen SWAT K9 Killed in the Line of Duty

BY LOUISE BEVAN Officers from across Gwinnett County, Georgia, showed up to pay their respects to a fallen hero after police SWAT K9 Blue was killed in the line of duty. The dog was caught in crossfire as his team apprehended an armed suspect. The first full-time SWAT K9 to join Gwinnett County Police Department (GCPD), Blue lost his life […]

Constitution Day | Pepperdine Professor Gordon Lloyd warns against Utopian and nihilism; ‘Can we be democratic and be decent?’

Constitution Day | Pepperdine Professor Gordon Lloyd warns against Utopian and nihilism; ‘Can we be democratic and be decent?’

  By Michael Hernandez MALIBU—Pepperdine University School of Public Policy celebrated Constitution Day with a noon zoom conversation with Dr. Gordon Lloyd warning Americans against utopianism and nihilism and asking the question: “Can we be democratic and be decent?” Constitution Day observes the signing of the United States Constitution on Sept. 17, 1787 (233 years […]

Delaware Farm Planted in Opportunity Zone Gives Former Inmates a Second Chance

Delaware Farm Planted in Opportunity Zone Gives Former Inmates a Second Chance

BY EMEL AKAN WILMINGTON, Del.—KaLief Ringgold, 34, was released from prison on March 26 after spending years behind bars on drug dealing charges. He stepped out into a world that, for many former inmates, can be overwhelming as they struggle to find work. Amid the pandemic and economic recession, Ringgold landed a job on a smart farm called Second […]

Thousand Oaks | Local Hero – World War II Veteran to Receive Bronze Star Medal

Thousand Oaks | Local Hero – World War II Veteran to Receive Bronze Star Medal

Thousand Oaks, CA. – When you ask Professor Eldon L. Knuth about his time served in the 95th Infantry Regiment in World War II, he chronicles the firsthand battle for the fortress in Metz in Eastern France. It was November 1944; he was one of 30 soldiers trapped behind enemy lines for five days in […]

Beach Cam Watcher Spots San Diego Homeless Cleaning Beach for Free, Helps Repay Deed

Beach Cam Watcher Spots San Diego Homeless Cleaning Beach for Free, Helps Repay Deed

BY EMG INSPIRED STAFF Two homeless men are being hailed for their efforts cleaning up the beaches of San Diego after being spotted on a webcam all the way from New Jersey 2,000 miles away. Mark Pacana, a New Jersey resident on the east coast, has dreams of moving to San Diego; every morning, he wakes up and […]