3 Montana groups to share $1.9M to aid crime victims

From Staff Reports
Published 4:50 p.m. MT Oct. 10, 2020


Three Montana groups will share $1,894,452 in Department of Justice grants to improve services for crime victims in Montana.

U.S. Attorney Kurt Alme said Wednesday that Montana Legal Services Association will get $1 million, the Montana Board of Crime

Ingram under investigation after chaotic qualifying

Toyota ace Tom Ingram topped a chaotic qualifying wet session for the British Touring Car Championship round at Croft, but is poised to lose pole position after apparently failing the post-session ride-height check.

a racing car on a road: Tom Ingram, Toyota Gazoo Racing UK with Ginsters Toyota Corolla

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Tom Ingram, Toyota Gazoo Racing UK with Ginsters Toyota Corolla

Ingram took

‘Completely transparent’ in NFL investigation


SportsPulse: As the Titans still deal with their COVID-19 outbreak and the Patriots come to grips with multiple positive test, Mike Jones explains how the virus’ incubation period is showing cracks in the NFL’s safety protocols.


NASHVILLE — The NFL and NFLPA are conducting an investigation into

‘A horrible situation’: MetroWest residents the target of stolen identity during coronavirus pandemic – News – Wicked Local Southborough

According to the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development, 58,616 of the 1.6 million unemployment claims, and claims for the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance Program, which provides benefits to contractors and people who are self-employed, filed between March 8 and June 30, were determined to be fraudulent.


Asia Minute: Indonesians Protest New Labor Law

Thousands of protestors have turned out this week in city streets across Indonesia. They oppose a new law that went into effect this week affecting many parts of the country’s economy.

The focus of the nationwide protests is the “Job Creation Law” — which took effect on Monday. But employment