1. A Message for DONTRE

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    More questions than answers in the death of Dontre Hamilton. He nodded off on a park bench at Red Arrow Park Thursday, when he was approached for the third time by a Milwaukee Police Department officer. The previous two officers checked in with him and he explained that he was waiting to get picked up by his brother. The third officer asked no questions. He violently shook Dontre awake and struggled with him and eventually shot him several times killing him. We joined tonight's vigil to hold a message in memorium to him.

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    • Amtrak Adds APD11 to report crime

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      The Amtrak Police Department (APD) is launching a new method for passengers and employees to report suspicious activity, crime, or emergencies by introducing APD11 “Txt-a-Tip,” a program that allows contacting the Amtrak Police Department’s National Communications Center via SMS text messaging. To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/mnr/63512-amtrak-police-department-launches-apd11-txt-a-tip

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      • Animal Welfare

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        Everything you wanted to know about Animal Welfare in Stillwater. Come adopt a lovable pet today! To learn more about the City of Stillwater Animal Welfare division go online at stillwater.org.

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        • Animal Welfare

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          Short about the Animal Welfare division of the City of Stillwater. Done for TV23. Shot with Canon 7D, audio with Rode VideoMic, edited with FCP, graded with Magic Bullet Looks. Song is "Puppy Cancer"

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          • Attorney retells case of accused violin teacher's mistaken identity

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            When Yakov Shapiro was mistaken by Baltimore police for a Rabbi accused of inappropriately touching two young boys, the Russian refugee's life was changed forever. Shapiro's lawyer, Steven Kupferberg, retells the story of how his client came to be arrested and the lawsuit that followed.

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            • Blazin' Challenge: Guns vs. Hoses

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              • Boot Camp Graduation

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                Reporter: Katie Banks Photographer: Matt Hensley BLUE SPRINGS, Mo. — Nearly three dozen Blue Springs teenagers just capped off what was likely the toughest week of their young lives. On Friday, they completed a police-run boot camp meant to shock them into making better decisions. A drill and ceremony competition capped off 45 hours of rigorous workouts that tested mind, body and soul. “It’s been a long week,” said Sgt. Colby Lalli of the Blue Springs Police Dept. It was a week full of drastic changes. “They have more respect for authority,” Sgt. Lalli said. “They have more respect for themselves. They’re more disciplined.” Flashback to day one of camp when 43 troubled teens reluctantly started the program; some were there because of a parent, others by court order. Most were scared, defiant and thinking, “I’m going to die,” 17-year-old Wiatt Egelston joked. Of the 43, 11 teens dropped out. But over the next few days, those who stuck with it started to learn. “I learned how to become more of an individual,” said Jennifer Enfield. They also noticed themselves start to change. “I feel more like a leader,” Egelston said. “They’ve realized that quitting is not an option,” said Sgt. Lalli. The teens underwent major attitude adjustments applauded by family and friends at a graduation ceremony Friday afternoon. “I’m so proud of him,” said Mary Booth, Egelston’s grandmother. “Our family has gone through a lot of this and to see him go through this and rise above it, such a blessing.” As for the teens, they promised the progress made this week is just the beginning of their fresh start. “Our ultimate hope is that we’ve changed their lives to get them to think before they act,” Sgt. Lalli said.

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                • Boots vs Badges Boxing Match

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                  Boots vs Badges charity boxing match between Shavano Park firefighter Sam Richards and a San Antonio Police Department officer.

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                  • BPD Update - August 26th

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                    Chief Strachan is in studio with Pastor Richmond Johnson, Pastor of MT Zion Baptist Church and Youth Advocate Durall Green.

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                    • BPD Update - Officer Frank Shaw

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                      This month, Chief Strachan talks with Officer Frank Shaw.

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