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Saturday December 22nd, 2018 evening edition

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Two women were caught allegedly stealing $1,900 worth of electronics from a Target in Michigan on the same day the store was packed with police for a Shop with a Cop event.

About 15 police officers were at the Target on Wednesday night, helping 22 disadvantaged children pick out Christmas presents for their families.

Keiana Wilson, 40, of Burton and Dana Johnson, 18, of Flint were also there.

Brown said store security officers watched on cameras as the women loaded a cart with two Apple watches, two iPads and a Nintendo gaming system.

"The police officers were only about 20 feet away when they tried to walk out of the store.".

During the event, two women were arrested for trying to steal $1,900 worth of electronics from the store.

The Keego Harbor Police Department posted a picture of the police officers and their family members who participated on Facebook. »

Leonardo DiCaprio raises $100 million to fight climate change

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Leonardo DiCaprio has proved there’s nothing he can’t do by raising a whopping $100 million (£79 million) to fight climate change.

‘I am pleased to announce $11 million (£8.6 million) in new grants across our six program areas, bringing the total financial impact of LDF to over $100 million (£79 million).’.

MORE: Leonardo DiCaprio and girlfriend Camila Morrone get into the festive spirit at Seth MacFarlane’s Christmas party. »

Trump signs farm bill making hemp federally legal, boosting promising NC cash crop

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Buy Photo A handful of hemp flower sits on a counter at Carolina Hemp Company on Oct. 31, 2018.

ASHEVILLE — On Thursday, a group of local hemp advocates celebrated a $867 billion farm bill authorized by President Donald Trump.

The 2018 Farm Bill, a sweeping piece of legislation, bolstered farmers with the passage of The Hemp Farming Act of 2018, bipartisan legislation delisting hemp as a controlled substance and allowing for the continued growth of North Carolina’s hemp farming industry. »

The Lawyer Dick Cheney Shot in the Face Says He’s Definitely Going to See ‘Vice’

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The 91-year-old former lawyer was 78 when he got shot in the face by Vice President Dick Cheney during a 2006 quail hunt in Riviera, Texas.

“I’m planning to watch it and some of my daughters have talked about going to see it after watching the trailer,” Whittington told the Daily Mail.

The official “Vice” trailer includes a brief scene of Bale’s Cheney sitting in a car and accidentally firing his weapon. »

Video: SNES Classic Runs PSone Games Better Than The PlayStation Classic

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Following Nintendo's success with NES and SNES Classic systems, Sony decided to release a miniature version of its own legacy hardware.

If that wasn't already enough, a video by YouTube channel 8 Bit Flashback has now uploaded the above video of a hacked SNES Classic Mini running PSX games and doing a much better job at it than the PlayStation Classic.

In contrast, the SNES Classic is packing additional power to ensure it can handle its own collection of games. »