OBAMA HEARING BACKLASH OVER VISIT TO UK
(WA. POST) President Barack Obama flew to the UK Thursday for a meeting with Prime Minister David Cameron.
The UK is involved in a heated debate between its politicians over whether the country should remain in the European Union. Prime Minister Cameron is backing the “Remain” campaign.
Cameron is from the Conservative party and many of his own party members support the “Leave” campaign, otherwise known as “Brexit”, which stands for British-Exit.
It’s a tight race with the “Remain” campaign holding a narrow lead at 1%.
Those who want the UK to leave are not happy with Obama flying out to intervene. Obama is there to back Cameron and the Remain campaign.
Critics say Obama should stay out of other countries’ business.
AUTOPSY OF PRINCE UNDERWAY
(CNN) There are conflicting reports as to what caused the death of music icon and legend Prince.
Prince was found unresponsive in the elevator of his studio in Chanhassen, Minnesota. He was 57.
MANHUNT IN OHIO FOR FAMILY KILLER
(FOX) Seven family members, five of them being children, were killed on a rural road in Ohio and Sheriffs are still searching for the suspect.
Schools in the area are on lock-down and roads are closed as the search continues.
This is a developing story.
CWU POLICE RESPOND TO CALL AT BARTO HALL
(CWU) The CWU Police responded to a report of a male attempting to enter a room on the first floor of Barto Hall from outside. At this time, the intentions of the person are unknown. The subject is described as a white male with scruffy facial hair and a sleeve tattoo, last described as wearing basketball style shorts, t-shirt, and a small backpack. The subject ran east from the location and his current location is unknown at this time. This is a timely warning that is required by Federal Law. If you have any information or you observed anything suspicious please call 509-925-8534. Remember to always practice good safety habits and lock your windows and doors.
SOLDIER HELPS FOIL TERROR ATTACK ON SCHOOL
(CNN) A U.S. Army captain working in Iraq helped foil a terrorist plot to blow up a school in Denmark. Col. Steve Warren, a spokesman for the coalition fighting ISIS, said that Capt. Bradley Grimm provided “actionable intelligence” gleaned from captured documents in Iraq about foreign fighters from Denmark that included information on threats against a Danish school involving homemade explosives.
Warren said that Grimm, who was based at al-Asad airbase in the western Iraqi province of Anbar, “did all of this voluntarily in addition to his duties.”
He was recently awarded the Danish Defense Medal for Special Meritorious Effort in a ceremony with Danish Chief of Defense Gen. Peter Bartram.
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