3 men arrested after catalytic convertor car chase
Day: March 10, 2022
Brothers charged with first-degree murder in fatal shooting of WGN-TV security guard
Two brothers, a 22-year-old man and a 17-year-old, have been charged with first-degree murder in the fatal shooting of a WGN-TV security guard, according to Chicago police.
Ukrainian Maternity Hospital Takes Direct Hit From Russian Missiles
The maternity hospital in the besieged town of Marupol took a direct hit from Russian missiles, wounding pregnant women. Survivors wandered out, dazed and injured, while others were reportedly buried under the rubble. Disturbing scenes like that one are encouraging more Americans to join the fight. Inside Edition spoke to 25-year-old Army veteran Jericho Skye, who just got to Ukraine. “This is just another time I see for myself that freedom isn’t free,” he said.
Sen. Cruz: Biden believes Russia will win
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, joined ‘America’s Newsroom’ to discuss the importance of America’s energy independence and the U.S rejecting Poland’s proposal to send warplanes to Ukraine. TED CRUZ: Even simpler than that, look, there are two tools we have to assist Ukraine in winning. And one of them is providing offensive military weaponry so that Ukrainians can defend themselves. And the other is energy, unleashing American development to take away Russia’s customers to dry up the revenue stream that’s funding the war.
Sober Drivers Say They Were Wrongly Arrested for Drunk Driving
Imagine being charged for driving under the influence when you’re completely sober! A Florida man is suing after being arrested on suspicion of driving impaired, even though he says he hadn’t touched a drop of alcohol. After the arrest, Schoonmaker took a urine test, which revealed that he was indeed stone-cold sober. Inside Edition looked into several cases where people were charged with DUIs despite blood or urine tests showing they were not intoxicated.
Tornado Wind Tears Doors Right Off City Building in Iowa
A tornado ripped through Iowa, leaving residents with a lot of cleanup. Video from the City of Norwalk shows the storm in action. Unforgiving winds ripped the doors off of the public works building. Cameras outside the building show the doors being carried off in the wind along with other debris, creating a funnel that circled the parking lot. One lonely pickup truck wasn’t lifted, instead it got battered with the flying objects. Inside Edition Digital’s Mara Montalbano has more.
Trooper Stops Alleged Drunk Driver in Head-on Collision
A trooper stopped an alleged drunk driver with her own squad car. It happened in Florida where the State Highway Patrol says a car plowed through a series of roadblocks that were set up for a 10K race. Troopers say they sped after the car, fearing it might hurt runners in its path while other troopers used their cars to try and stop the vehicle. The suspect ended up crashing into one of those patrol cars almost head-on. Inside Edition Digital’s Mara Montalbano has more.
Cyberwarfare: Ukraine vs Russia
An Infrastructure Cybersecurity Bill Passes Senate, Nvidia Confirms Data Stolen In Hack, and Ukraine vs Russia Pt 2! All that coming up now on ThreatWire.
Oil and gas exec: More access to federal lands, waters needed
Mike Sommers, the American Petroleum Institute president and CEO, argues the American oil and gas industry is stepping up amid ‘crisis moment for the world.’
Laid-off pipeline worker says US is in ‘deep trouble’ under Biden policy
Neal Crabtree, who was laid off from his job working on the Keystone XL pipeline, says the workforce could have the pipeline functioning within eight months if the Biden administration would allow construction to continue