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Thursday November 18th, 2021 morning edition

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TEMPLE, Texas (KWTX) - Police arrested Amanda Nicole Martinez, 31, the woman accused of throwing soup in the face of a restaurant employee during a disturbance on November 7 at Sol De Jalisco.

She was placed under arrest and transported to Bell County Jail Wednesday morning, police said.

“We do not condone this type of behavior and hold our citizens to the highest standard,” Deputy Police Chief Allen Teston said at the time police began investigating the assault.

“If a citizen believes they have received poor service we advise them to remain civil until the problem is resolved.”.

After calling to complain, Martinez “returned to the restaurant and started a verbal altercation,” police said.

During the altercation, Martinez stated the soup she picked up was hot and that the plastic lid placed on top of it had melted.

“She then proceeded to throw the soup at the victim and left before officers arrived,” police said. »

FBI raids home of Lauren Boebert's ex-campaign manager in Colorado election tampering probe

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The FBI on Tuesday raided the home of a Colorado election clerk and three others in an investigation into a voting system security breach.

"We did so with assistance from the DA's office from the 21st Judicial District, the Attorney General's Office and the FBI.".

Lindell said one of the homes raided belongs to Sherronna Bishop, a Garfield County resident who served as Rep. Lauren Boebert's, R-Colo., campaign manager. »

EU plans to ban food imports from deforested areas

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Brussels (AFP) – The EU plans to bar food and wood imports from deforested areas, according to a proposal unveiled Wednesday aimed at using its trade power to drive sustainability.

"This proposal is a truly ground-breaking one," the EU commissioner for climate action policy, Virginijus Sinkevicius, told a media conference.

It and other NGOs welcome the EU plan as a first step, but say it does not go far enough. »

Albuquerque has new response to 911 calls involving mentally ill people

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Now, Albuquerque is changing the way it responds to 911 calls like the one Maestas placed for her sister.

In addition to police and paramedics, residents have access to a third branch of public safety: behavioral health responders.

Two public safety behavioral health responders speak to a man on the street in Albuquerque, N.M. NBC News. »

GTA Modders to Court: Our Game Fixes & Enhancements Are Fair Use, Not Piracy * TorrentFreak

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The projects allowed fans to enjoy these dated games with significant enhancements and were a hit with fans.

However, Take-Two and Rockstar Games took exception and responded with a DMCA takedown filed at Github to have the repositories removed.

The latter component was confirmed with the release of Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy, which includes remastered versions of GTA III, GTA Vice City, and GTA San Andreas. »