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mrjellybeanz · 3 months ago
(Audio) Trendsetta & Ky3 - "Real One" @DRtheSETTA @Ky3flame
(Audio) Trendsetta & Ky3 – “Real One” @DRtheSETTA @Ky3flame
Want more new music? We’ve got you covered. Las Vegas artist “Trendsetta” has recently been heating up lately dropping some huge records with a few independent west-coast artist, Rumored he has a new project set to release next month the rising independent artist recently leaked a new single “Real One” with Los Angeles based artist KY3 off his upcoming new album, this song is absolutely catchy…
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imviiv · 2 years ago
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Udaję, że coś rysuję 
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bajablastingaway · 2 years ago
And yes this is the same station/guy as this 
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wnters · 9 months ago
i literally love you sm🥺🥺 and your comments on my posts are so sweet please🤧🤧🤧
nah it's okay i will always support you 😚😚 and i love you so much bestie,, hope you're hydrated!
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hardinrepublic · a month ago
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nunyabizni · 2 months ago
A Missouri police chief and all of his officers tendered their resignations, citing reasons from the pay rate to not having the proper tools to do the job, leaving local leaders scrambling to fill the positions as many departments already struggle to stay staffed during the anti-police climate that swept the nation.
"It will be a struggle to fill the police department back up with qualified officers, but hopefully they can start working on that soon and get that accomplished," Stone County Sheriff Doug Rader said of the resignations at the Kimberling City Police Department, noting that most police stations are understaffed.
Rader's comment comes after Kimberling City Police Chief Craig Alexander put in his notice on Aug. 23 after accepting another position, and told the town’s mayor that he wanted a change and to better himself.
But Alexander wasn’t alone, and was soon joined by three officers and a sergeant.
The reasons for the resignations include there not being a police clerk to assist the department, not having qualified officers in the department, the pay rate, and new opportunities, KY3 reported.
"I didn’t know there were that many openings in Branson West because we didn’t see an advertisement for police," Kimberling City Mayor Bob Fritz said, referring to Alexander and officer Shaun McCafferty taking jobs at the Branson West Police Department.
The mayor said the resignations were "unexpected and the short notice disappointing."
"We’re looking for officers, we’re looking for a new police chief and I think we’ll be fine," Fritz added.
In the meantime, the Stone County Sheriff’s office will handle emergency calls until the department is staffed.
"Until then we will be answering all the calls in Kimberling City, we can’t enforce city ordinances, but any other calls we will be handling at this time," Sheriff Rader said.
The resignations come as small town police departments across the country struggle to stay staffed as crimes increase and following more than a year of politicians and activists calling for departments to be defunded.
A recent survey found there has been a 45% increase in the retirement rate and a nearly 20% increase in resignations from officers in 2020-2021 compared to the previous year, according to the Police Executive Research Forum.
Larger cities’ police departments have also struggled with staffing amid the anti-police sentiment and their local leaders supporting the defund the police movement last summer. But liberal leaders, like in Seattle, have recently reversed course and called for departments to be beefed up.
"As a city, we cannot continue on this current trajectory of losing police officers," Mayor Jenny Durkan said during a press conference in July. "Over the past 17 months, the Seattle Police Department has lost 250 police officers, which is the equivalent of over 300,000 service hours. We’re on path to losing 300 police officers."
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i-am-the-broken-bride · 2 months ago
Watch "Ky3 News plays joke on anchor" on YouTube
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elemexecomigo · 26 days ago
New dog park opens Monday in Nixa - KY3
New dog park opens Monday in Nixa  KY3 from "dogs" - Google News via IFTTT
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dipulb3 · 7 months ago
The US has reported at least 50 mass shootings since the Atlanta spa shootings
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The US has reported at least 50 mass shootings since the Atlanta spa shootings
The United States has seen at least 150 mass shootings in 2021, according to data from the GVA, a non-profit based in Washington.
Appradab considers an incident to be a mass shooting if four or more people are shot, wounded or killed, excluding the gunman; so does the GVA.
Here are the incidents reported since March 16.
April 18: Kenosha, Wisconsin
Three people were killed and three others wounded in a shooting at The Somers House tavern in Kenosha County, Wisconsin, according to the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Office.
April 17: Columbus, Ohio
A shooting at a vigil in Columbus, Ohio, left one dead and five others — including a 12-year-old child — wounded, the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office said. No suspects are in custody.
April 17: LaPlace, Louisiana
Nine juveniles were wounded by gunfire during a 12-year-old’s birthday party Saturday in LaPlace, Louisiana, a suburb of New Orleans, authorities said.
Deputies found multiple people shot when they responded to the scene Saturday, officials said in a statement posted to the St. John the Baptist Parish Sheriff’s Office Facebook page.
The agency initially said six people were injured, but in a subsequent post said nine were shot or grazed by gunfire, including two who remain in a hospital — a 14-year-old boy shot in the head and a 16-year-old hit in the stomach.
The shooting started “when verbal confrontations during a child’s birthday party led to gunfire,” officials said.
The sheriff’s office said that it is not aware of any fatalities related to the Saturday shooting, and no arrests have been made.
April 16: Detroit
Four people were wounded in a shooting during a vigil on Detroit’s east side when an unknown person fired into the crowd, Appradab affiliate WDIV reported. The victims were expected to recover.
April 15: Indianapolis
Eight people were killed and several others wounded in a mass shooting at an Indianapolis FedEx facility, Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department spokeswoman Genae Cook said.
April 15: Pensacola, Florida
At least six people were injured at an Escambia County apartment complex, as reported by Appradab affiliate WEAR-TV. No suspects are in custody.
April 15: Washington, DC
Four people were shot, including a teenage girl, in Northeast Washington, DC, affiliate WRC reported.
April 13: Baltimore
Police said a dice game turned violent when two people opened fire on a group, wounding four, according to Appradab affiliate WJZ-TV.
April 12: Chicago
Four people were shot, one fatally, and a fifth person was hit by a car in a shooting just after midnight on the Eisenhower Expressway, affiliate WMAQ reported.
April 11: Wichita, Kansas
One person was killed and three others injured in a shooting at a house party at an East Wichita Airbnb, as reported by Appradab affiliate KWCH.
April 11: Seattle
A toddler and three other people were injured when suspects fired into a business parking lot, according to Appradab affiliate KIRO 7.
April 10: Memphis, Tennessee
One person was killed and three others, including a mother and child, were injured after gunfire was exchanged in a Memphis neighborhood, according to Appradab affiliate WHBQ.
April 10: Koshkonong, Missouri
One person was killed and three others injured in a shooting at a convenience store, according to Appradab affiliate KY3.
April 10: Waterbury, Connecticut
Police responded to calls of a weapons complaint and found blood trails and four injured victims, reported Appradab affiliate WFSB.
April 10: Allendale, Michigan
An incident outside a house party resulted in four people being shot and one critically injured, according to Appradab affiliate WWMT.
April 9: Fort Worth, Texas
One person was killed and at least five others injured when people in two vehicles shot at each other on a Fort Worth, Texas, freeway, officials said.
April 8: Bryan, Texas
A gunman killed one person and wounded at least five others — four of them critically — at a cabinet manufacturer, police said.
April 7: Rock Hill, South Carolina
A former NFL player killed six people — including a prominent doctor, his wife and their two young grandchildren — before killing himself, authorities said.
April 7: Milwaukee
A 26-year-old man was charged with the shooting that killed two people and injured two others at a gas station, according to Appradab affiliate WDJT.
April 6: Detroit
One person was killed and three others injured after gunfire erupted from a car, according to Appradab affiliate WDIV.
April 5: Chicago
Seven people were wounded on Chicago’s South Side, Appradab affiliate WLS reported, when gunfire erupted after a fight on a sidewalk. The victims — six men and one woman — ranged in age from 18 to 39.
April 5: Baltimore
Five victims were taken to a hospital with multiple gunshot wounds, Baltimore police said.
April 4: Monroe, Louisiana
Police responded to Bobo’s Bar, where they found six victims with gunshot wounds, according to Appradab affiliate KNOE.
April 4: Birmingham, Alabama
An argument between two groups of men devolved into more than 30 shots fired at a park on Easter — killing a woman and wounding five other people, including four children, police said.
April 4: Beaumont, Texas
A man arrived at a home, threatening several people with a firearm before shooting four people, according to Beaumont Police.
April 3: Wilmington, North Carolina
Three people were killed and four others injured in a mass shooting at a house party, according to Appradab affiliate WECT.
April 3: Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Two men were arrested and charged with attempted murder after five people were injured during a shooting outside an Alabama bar, police said.
April 3: Dallas
In what police said was an apparent murder-suicide plot between 21-year-old and 19-year-old brothers, they killed their parents, sister, grandmother and then themselves, according to Appradab affiliate KLTV.
April 3: Quincy, Florida
Seven people were injured by gunfire near a nightclub after a fight broke out, according to Appradab affiliate WCTV.
March 31: Orange, California
Four people, including a child, were killed and another person wounded in a mass shooting at an office complex in Orange, California, according to authorities.
March 31: Washington, DC
Five people were shot in Washington, the DC Police Department said. The incident started as a dispute and ended with two people dead and three injured.
March 28: Cleveland
Seven people were shot at a Cleveland nightclub, according to Appradab affiliate WOIO. The victims, four men and three women, were all between 20 and 30 years old, and police believe several people fired inside the nightclub, the station reported.
March 28: Chicago
Four people in an SUV were shot on the I-57 expressway, according to Appradab affiliate WLS. All were taken to hospitals in critical condition.
March 28: Essex, Maryland
A man fatally shot his parents before shooting three people at a convenience store, killing two of them, Appradab affiliate WBOC reported, citing Baltimore County police. The suspect died by suicide.
March 27: Chicago
Four people were shot in Chicago’s South Austin neighborhood, according to Appradab affiliate WBBM. The victims, who included men ages 42, 53 and 64, were near a sidewalk when they were shot, the station reported.
March 27: Yazoo City, Mississippi
At least seven people were injured in a mass shooting at a nightclub, Appradab affiliate WLBT reported. At least six people were shot and another person suffered a laceration, the station reported.
March 27: River Grove, Illinois
A shooting on a party bus left three people injured and one dead, according to Appradab affiliate WLS. Police say the occupants of another vehicle fired at the bus while stopped at an intersection, the station reported.
March 26: Virginia Beach, Virginia
Three shootings in the city left eight people injured and two dead, according to the City of Virginia Beach.
March 26: Chicago
A gathering in Chicago’s Wrightwood neighborhood turned into a mass shooting, according to Appradab affiliate WLS. Two gunmen opened fire inside the gathering, wounding seven people and fatally shooting a 26-year-old man, the station reported.
March 26: Norfolk, Virginia
Police responded to a shooting that left four people wounded, Appradab affiliate WTKR reported. The victims — two 18-year-old men, a 17-year-old girl and a 21-year-old woman — sustained non-life-threatening gunshot wounds.
March 26: Memphis, Tennessee
Five people were shot, the Memphis Police Department said on Twitter. Three victims were pronounced dead at the scene, two were taken to a hospital in critical condition, and one was in non-critical condition, the tweet said.
Michael Tucker, the man identified as the suspect, was found dead in a motel in Nashville on April 1. Police spokesman Don Aaron said it is believed Tucker died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
March 26: Philadelphia
Outside of the Golf and Social Club, police say two suspects shot seven people, Appradab affiliate WPVI reported. Video released by police shows two suspects approaching a gathering crowd and opening fire.
March 23: Aliceville, Alabama
A shooting reported at an Aliceville home left two people dead and two injured, according to Appradab affiliate WVTM.
March 23: Boulder, Colorado
Ten people, including a Boulder police officer, were killed in a shooting at a King Soopers supermarket, according to police.
March 20: Philadelphia
One person was killed and another five were injured in a shooting at an illegal party, Appradab affiliate KYW reported. “There were at least 150 people in there that fled and believed they had to flee for their lives,” Philadelphia Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw said.
March 20: Dallas
Eight people were shot, one fatally, by an unknown assailant, according to police.
March 20: Houston
Five people were shot after a disturbance inside a club, according to police. One was in critical condition after being shot in the neck, and the rest were in stable condition, according to Appradab affiliate KPRC.
March 18: New Orleans
Four people were wounded in a shooting in New Orleans’ Seventh Ward, Appradab affiliate WDSU reported.
March 18: Gresham, Oregon
Four victims were taken to the hospital after a shooting in the city east of Portland, police said in an initial report.
March 17: Stockton, California
Five people who were preparing a vigil in Stockton, in California’s Central Valley, were shot in a drive-by shooting, the San Joaquin Sheriff’s Department said. None had life-threatening injuries.
March 16: Atlanta
Eight people, including six Asian women, were killed when a White gunman stormed three spas, police said. One person was wounded.
Appradab’s Christina Walker, Melissa Alonso and Josh Berlinger contributed to this report.
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michael-mullane · 8 months ago
Leigh's Lost and Found: The group effort to get a dog missing for five months, back home!  KY3
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ddnsports · a year ago
Breaking News: Iowa’s Jack Koerner Suffers ‘Non-Life Threatening’ Injuries over Boating Accident
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Iowa football player Jack Koerner suffered “non-life threatening” injuries in a boating accident.
According to Yahoo Sports’ Cassandra Negley, Koerner and another man, Cole Coffin, were on jet skis at Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri when they crashed ino the right side of boat on the lake at approzimately 6:30 p.m, per
Via Yahoo Sports:
The extent of their injuries are unknown.
The Iowa athletic department released a statement:
We can confirm Jack Koerner — a junior defensive back on the University of Iowa football team and member of the 2020 Leadership Group — was injured in a watercraft accident at Lake of the Ozarks on Friday, June 12 at approximately 6:30 p.m. Koerner was transported to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Jack had completed the first week of voluntary workouts with his Hawkeye teammates and was at the Lake of the Ozarks with his father, Gary, for a father-son weekend along with other West Des Moines families.
Koerner, at 6-foot-4, 204 pounds, was a walk-on in 2017 out of Dowling Catholic High School in West Des Moines, Iowa, where he captained the defense to a state championship.
He became the starting free safety last fall as a redshirt sophomore with 81 total tackles and an interception. He was awarded a scholarship beginning in the spring 2020 semester.
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justsayin59 · a year ago
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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Hundreds have gathered for an afternoon protest in Springfield near Glenstone and Battlefield, which has stretched several hours.
The protest, called "Peaceful Protest for George Floyd. Say His Name," began around 3 p.m. and was initially expected to end around 5 p.m.
It comes in response to the death of George Floyd. A bystander's video showed Minneapolis Officer Derek Chauvin kneeling on Floyd's neck earlier this week, even as Floyd begs for air and slowly stops talking and moving.
Protesters gathered near the intersection of Glenstone and Battlefield, then scattered and marched around several nearby areas.
Several protesters have carried signs and wore face masks. Some of the signs included messages of "White silence is violence," "I can't breathe" and "Justice for George Floyd."
Earlier in the day, protesters blocked off a series of car on Battlefield near the mall. From KY3, com.
Didn’t see any my self, but a neighbor said people were throwing rocks and bottles. justsayin.
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