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June 8, Wednesday morning forecast

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Thousands of workers nationwide will walk out on three dates later this month in what unions are calling the biggest industrial action in the UK since 1989. Emma Raducanu's Wimbledon hopes are in doubt after the tennis star suffered an "absolute freak injury" Matthew McConaughey slammed the White House lectern in frustration as he called for stricter gun control.See the Story

Arkansas Children's offers firework safety tips

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Gretta Wilkinson, a registered nurse with Arkansas Children's burn unit, said the most common injuries during the holiday weekend are from fireworks accidents. Wilkinson said it's important to keep children away from active fireworks, and always consider a firework to be live once you light it, even if you might think it's a dud.See the Story

Fourth of July pet safety tips

Blue Earth Nicollet County Humane Society Operations Manager Liz Brunner says pets should be exercised early. If you are going out at night, Brunner said to leave your pets at home. White noise can be helpful in drowning out the noise from firework displays, and interactive toys can also keep pets distracted.See the Story

Lady Camels’ 2022 soccer schedule set

UNC Pembroke's soccer schedule was released on Friday by head coach Lars Andersson. The Black & Gold will open up their season on Aug. 25 when they travel to Dahlonega, Ga., to take on former Peach Belt Conference rival North Georgia at 1 p.m. UNCP will play a trio of home contests in both September and October. The Braves will host the three-day, seven-match Conference Carolinas Tournament in mid-November.See the Story

Fourth of July pet safety tips

An Eau Claire Deputy Fire Chief says he's seen many burns, and people losing fingers because they weren't careful. Cody Junker with Fireworks Liquidators says they can be great fun if you use them correctly. That includes following all directions, knowing your surroundings and being sober.See the Story

Many local players earn all-state honors - Sun Gazette

McLean High School senior right-handed pitcher  Griffin Steig was chosen first-team all-state in baseball. Madison High junior third-baseman Katrina Swan was chosen the Class 6 Player of the Year in softball. Yorktown High junior defender Aminata Davis was the girls Class 6 Coach of the year in soccer.See the Story
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'Tiger King' star indicted on wildlife trafficking and money laundering charges

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Bhagavan Antle and four others have been indicted on 10 counts of wildlife trafficking and money laundering charges. Authorities claim they laundered more than $500,000 in cash they believed to be the proceeds of an operation to smuggle illegal immigrants. Antle owns a private zoo in South Carolina called Myrtle Beach Safari, which was featured in 2020 docuseries Tiger King.See the Story
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‘Elvis’ Review

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Baz Luhrmann’s new Elvis Presley movie is gloriously goofy: a musical biopic as filtered through the lens of a superhero epic, an amusing combination that results in pure, uncut American mythologizing. Elvis posits Elvis (Austin Butler) as an American god and is not subtle in this supposition: Early on, we see the young Presley running […]See the Story

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