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Resumption of federal death penalty could affect two convicted murderers from Illinois 27.7.2020 Chicago Tribune: Popular
Federal death penalty revival could affect two convicted murderers from Illinois.
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Zion woman charged with murder in stabbing death of Waukegan man 22.7.2020 Chicago Tribune: Popular
A bond hearing is scheduled for a 21-year-old Zion woman who has been charged with murder in the death of a man whom authorities say was in a domestic relationship with her.
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Waukegan man found fatally wounded in Zion 20.7.2020 Chicago Tribune: Popular
According to a statement released by the Zion Police Department, dispatchers received a call at 5:01 a.m. Monday about a man lying on the street, not breathing, at the 2600 block of Gilboa Avenue.
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Zion woman charged in fatal June 4 hit-and-run in Waukegan 16.7.2020 Chicago Tribune: Popular
A 47-year-old Zion woman faces charges for fatally hitting a bicyclist with the SUV she was driving and then fleeing the scene, Waukegan police said.
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Teen shot near July 4 party in Zion that drew hundreds 7.7.2020 Chicago Tribune: Popular
Teen shot near Zion party
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Fatal shooting in Zion, gunshot injury in Gurnee both under investigation 22.6.2020 Chicago Tribune: Popular
A 44-year-old Zion man was found shot about 11 p.m. Sunday after a Zion police officer was flagged down in the 2800 block of Galilee Avenue for a report of someone possibly passed out, Zion police said Monday.
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Victim of fatal Beach Park officer-involved shooting identified 19.6.2020 Chicago Tribune: Popular
The 24-year-old black man fatally shot in Beach Park Tuesday afternoon when white law enforcement officers returned fire while attempting to arrest him was identified Thursday.
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She's patrolled the Navajo Nation for nearly 20 years. Nothing prepared her for the COVID-19 outbreak 3.6.2020 LA Times: Nation

Police officers on the Navajo Nation are fearing for their lives during COVID-19 pandemic. Here's one officer's story.

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How the Navajo got their day in the sun 28.5.2020 Resource Efficiency | GreenBiz.com
How the Navajo got their day in the sun Danny Kennedy Thu, 05/28/2020 - 02:00 In late March, during the early hours of the COVID-19 crisis, just as New Yorkers were realizing how many might die, a small solar development company closed a $4 million financing deal. "Closing" is never easy, but getting a half-dozen high-net-worth individuals, family offices and foundations to pony up as the world’s finance markets crashed around them was a triumph.  Getting the deal done was impressive in its own right, given that private equity had all but frozen in the weeks before and most venture-backed startups were running on fumes, telling their angel investors and anyone who’d listen that they had three months’ financial runway, or less. It seems even more important now, given the terrible toll COVID-19 is having right where the solar is planned: the Navajo Nation. A young team saddled with ambition and support from their tribal government, this largely native-owned company, Navajo Power , was getting ready to ...
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Every Corner of the Navajo Nation Has Been Hit By COVID-19 21.5.2020 Mother Jones
This piece was originally published in High Country News and appears here as part of our Climate Desk Partnership. Lucinda Charleston’s children reminded her that she wasn’t young anymore. But despite their worry, she assembled an emergency public health team to tackle the Navajo Nation’s first coronavirus outbreak. The pandemic hit Chilchinbeto, a small town in […]
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National parks visitors should plan for ‘new normal’ 20.5.2020 Denver Post: News: Local
Park openings in Utah are a sign of what's to come.
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ICE said a 74-year-old was too dangerous to release. He died of apparent suicide 20.5.2020 LA Times: Health

Choung Woong Ahn's family said he should be released because of his age and health issues. ICE disagreed.

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Great Sand Dunes National Park to phase in reopening starting early June 16.5.2020 Denver Post: News: Local
Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve will begin a phased reopening next month after a shutdown because of coronavirus safety measures.
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When will national parks reopen? Grand Canyon and others have phased plans 14.5.2020 LA Times: Health

Yellowstone and the Grand Canyon will partly reopen. California parks like Yosemite and Joshua Tree remain shut.

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'We're vulnerable.' On the Navajo Nation, a rush to curb the coronavirus 7.5.2020 L.A. Times - World News

The deaths from coronavirus keep rising on the Navajo Nation.

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Navajo Nation Is Behind Only New York and New Jersey in Rates of COVID-19 Infection. What Happened? 5.5.2020 Mother Jones
When the Indian Health Service doctors said they’d have to keep him overnight, Ray Berlin tore the IVs out of his arm and fled the emergency room. His granddaughter Judith Solomon found him in the hospital’s waiting room, waving his cane to fend off doctors as they tried to get him back in bed. “He […]
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When will national parks reopen? Some will start Monday 2.5.2020 LA Times: Health

Parks are opening the way they closed, each in its own way.

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Zion woman shot Sunday dies of injuries 29.4.2020 Chicago Tribune: Popular
A 21-year-old Zion woman shot in the abdomen died Monday afternoon from her injuries, Zion police said.
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Zion woman in critical condition after Sunday shooting 28.4.2020 Chicago Tribune: Popular
A 21-year-old Zion woman shot in the abdomen Sunday remains hospitalized in critical condition Monday, the chief police chief said.
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The COVID Relief Bill Set Aside $8 Billion for Native Tribes. Corporations Could Get Half. 21.4.2020 Mother Jones
During a Friday morning virtual town hall about coronavirus in Native American communities, Jonathan Nez, president of the Navajo Nation, said he could no longer hold back frustration at “the slow pace at which our federal government has worked to get dollars out to Indian Country.” Echoing the concerns of other Indigenous leaders and health […]
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