The funds would be directed to the Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) Program, a pre-existing federal program that Biden says wasn’t properly funded, according to his campaign website. The COPS Program, which was created in 1994, was set to provide funding for crime prevention and sought to bolster the relationship between police officers and civilians, according to the Department of Justice. … [Read more...] about Where Does Joe Biden Actually Stand On Defunding The Police?
The water park said it will be working closely with the Sauk County Health Department and other experts on how to move forward, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported. … [Read more...] about Noah’s Ark Waterpark closes after 2 employees COVID positive
“Playbook: 1) take no risk yourself 2) blame everything on the players 3) protect tv revenue at all costs 4) repeat,” he tweeted Saturday. “If anyone thought the season would be cancelled when MLB has their dream scenario in place (games, player cost, post season games, tv revenue), you crazy.” … [Read more...] about Reds’ Trevor Bauer appears to throw his name in for MLB commissioner with postgame T-shirt
The National League Blue Astros, now 2-0 for the playoffs, will await a Monday night contest to see who they’ll play in the championship game, but no two ways about it, they’re in the driver’s seat. At the moment, they’re on a collision course with the Hooks, the boys in control of the American League. … [Read more...] about Astros, Giants tighten grip on League City LL city championship showdown
Last year, owners of The Hall at the Foundry in West Des Moines opened The Kitchen DSM, a community kitchen with four stations, a full-service bakery and a classroom instruction area. The space can be rented by entrepreneurs and caterers and is staffed by a team of at-risk, disenfranchised and homeless youth ages 18-24 as part of the Justice League of Food’s job training program. … [Read more...] about Community kitchen cuts costs for Des Moines chefs