Federal judge approves Boy Scouts' bankruptcy plan
The Boy Scouts of America's plan to exit bankruptcy moved forward Thursday after a U.S. district judge gave her final approval of it. © torbakhopper/Flickr A federal judge on Thursday approved a bankruptcy plan for the Boy Scouts of America. Photo by torbakhopper/Flickr The Boy Scouts dropped a portion of the settlement that provided protections for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints after federal bankruptcy court Judge Laurie Selber Silverstein objected to it in July, leading to the final approval.
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A 2-year-old Maine boy was fatally injured in a driveway when his father failed to see him while moving a pickup truck and camper trailer, state police said.
The parents immediately took the unresponsive toddler to the Naples Fire Department, where emergency crews were unable to revive him, state police spokesperson Shannon Moss said in a statement.
The incident happened Saturday afternoon, and was investigated by state police because of the boy’s age, Moss said.
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The identities of the toddler and his parents were withheld, and Moss requested privacy for the family.
Video shows Phoenix gunman fire dozens of rounds in August rampage that killed 2
Authorities in Arizona released security video Friday showing a gunman in tactical gear fire dozens of rounds in a motel parking lot last month in a shooting spree that left two people dead and several injured, including two police officers. Investigators who processed the aftermath of the Aug. 28 incident north of downtown Phoenix found 200 spent rifle casings, five magazine cartridges, unused flash bangs and a Molotov cocktail, Phoenix Police Sgt. Vincent Cole said in a recorded statement.Officers responding to the scene found the gunman had died by suicide, Cole said.
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Maine residents only have a few weeks left to claim one-time $850 check .
The clock is ticking for Maine residents to collect their $850 relief checks. Some 858,000 people are estimated to be eligible to receive the relief payment, which taps into a budget surplus for funding and is intended to alleviate inflationary and other pandemic woes afflicting residents of the Pine Tree State. Recipients have until the end of October to file the proper paperwork.