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Sri Lanka Bombing

Sri Lanka Bombing

Posted: Apr 21, 2019 11:36 AM
Updated: Apr 21, 2019 11:36 AM

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12leading a police chief to press charges. why that persons rage put emergency crews at risk. today is easter and many people around the world are celebrating. thousands were looking to celebrate at the norte dame in paris. we will tell you what the city is doing instead. plus if you are looking to go to an easter brunch or easter egg hunt today ... we have lists of different places holding events. blasts. multiple churchs and luxury hotels damaged. according to the associated press these explosions are believed to have been carried out by suicide bombers. hundreds are lining up to give blood. so many that some hospitals are turning them away. we will continue to update you on this developing story.isk of serious injuries. now, they are asking for the publics help to identify the owner of the car that you see on your screen now. chief hoke at the illinois valley fire department says that they will press charges if this person is this is the car after a wood fence went through the windshield. this was on holland loop road. illinois valley fire district responded. the driver initially left the scene to find help. he was the only person in the car. c-h-p yreka partnered with yreka police departmnent for a second distracted driving str-ing. on their first string, they had 39 stops. this friday they had 28 stops. they attribute the decrease in stops to the amount of education and enforcement going on this month.tomb, notre dame is empty. inside it, the golden cross and the virgin mary standing vigil? all alone. a scene of devastation. sot - denis jachet, auxiliary bishop of paris dj: this building is dedicated to the virgin mary. and she's still protecting our people. she's the patron saint of our country, of our city, she going to help us with fire, with dedication, to be able rebuild it nats - singing & mass in st sulpice easter is all about renewal. today, across town at the bascilica of saint sulpice, an emblem of that. this is paris's second biggest church? a baroque masterpiece completed in the 18th century. barely a month ago, an arsonist tried to burn it down. nats today, parisians are there by the thousands? for easter mass. natsot here in france, the cultural significance of notre dame? more so than the religious? is on many people's minds. among them, this cellist who took part in a flash-mob tribute to notre dame. sot it's important for me because i can play the violin. i can do what i can do. i can't do everything. i can't rebuild the roof, i'm not rich, i can't give a lot of money, so we're doing what we can do to honor? the orchestra, gathered outside, playing beethoven's ode to joy. and? the marseillaise. nats - marseillaise [a21]monitor-couch since today is easter many of you are looking for a brunch or easter egg hunt to attend. throughout the show we will be showing you screens with information about different easter egg hunts. we also have this information scrolling on the bottom of your screen. this information will be posted on our webste kdrv dot com after the newscast. [a23]easter events-fs edenvale winery is hosting a brunch and easter egg hunt. it starts at 9:30 and goes until 3:30 brunch is at 10. egg hunt is at 12:15pm tickets must be purchased for brunch and hunt. [a24]easter events-fs easter egg hunt at whites country farm. today from 11 am to 2pm over 2 thousand eggs will be hidden for four different age groups. the easter egg hunt is free as well as pictures with easter bunny and free rock painting. today: sunshine, warm temperatures, and a few passing clouds will be the story around the region on sunshine this afternoon will cause temperatures to be 60s to low 70s tomorrow while the coast and klamath basin will see temperatures top out in the upper 50s to the city of weed held its april 20-th as the cannabis industry's holiday. ironically, this is the very first year recreational marijuana has been legal in the city. the town had main street closed down for the festivities. while marijuana is now legal in weed, it is illegal in most of siskiyou county. the only other cities recreational marijuana is legal is mount shasta and dunsmeer. the festival's organizers hope this can help educate the community about cannabis and it's uses. [a28]420 celebration-sotvo elizabeth says: "some of the leading industry cannabis company's have come in to educate new, maybe existing cannabis users about products and regulations so we're excited to have that here." the festivals organizers say the road to recreational marijuana in weed hasn't been easy. californians couldn't legally buy cannabis from dispensaries until the start of 20-18. the tulip festival is extending their days. we will tell you how much more time you have to check out these rows of tulips. [a30]tease one-wipe to vo kids mural if you drive or walk down west main street in medford you might notice this mural. we will tell you why kids are painting it. [a31]tease one-wxcam "here's a live look at ashland from the oregon shakespeare festival. watching out for you, this is newswatch 12 this morning." it's about an hour south of portland. you can see what the festival will look like on your screen right now. it costs 5 dollars per person to get in. with the new extension you have two weekends left to check it the le finishing up a mural on the starting strong building. life art workers say it's a great opportunity for kids to enjoy themselves and be creative. riki rose-in-thal says we aren't in an area that is always colorful, but hopes this will change that. [b4]life art kids mural-sotvo "when they're inviting to participating in something that is constructive. looks good. meaningful, why not? and so, i kind of like the idea of giving kids a chance to be connected." they had 14 kids participate in painting the mural in the past 3 saturdays. the team says they would love to expand their work to other buildings. tune into newswatch 12 this morning for your chance to win. watch out for the codeword and enter it on kdrv.com. one winner will be chosen each day. contest ends april 24th. for full contest rules, head to kdrv.com.
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