President Donald Trump signed a bill monday afternoon called the Preventing Animal Cruelty and Torture Act, makes intentional acts of cruelty to animals federal crimes carrying penalties of up to seven years in prison. This expands a popular law that was signed by former President Obama in 2010 that banned videos that showed animals being crushed, burned, drowned, suffocated, impaled or subjected to other forms of torture. With this new law in effect intentional acts of cruelty shown in the videos are also felony offenses. If you witness animal abuse please speak out.
When Motely Crue retired on New Years Eve in 2015 to a sold out crowd in Los Angeles California billed as The Final Tour. Since retirement Motley Crue has become even more famous releasing new music and a movie based on their lives called The Dirt exclusive to Netflix. Thousands of fans have came together asking for the band to reunite and last week Motley Crue did just that. Motley Crue annouced a come back tour with support from Def Leppard and Poison this going to be one of the hottest concerts of 2020. The price tag for this epic concert is north of 3 million dollars the bands are set to perform at stadiums across the country. Offical details for tour dates and ticket prices to be released soon. Their are only a hand full of entertainment companies and promoters that can afford a bill like this and be able to break even.
Mötley Crüe: $2 million
Def Leppard: $1 million
(unofficial reported price tag)
(Tommy Lee performing upside down on his rollcoaster drum kit)
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Press statement from CoxHealth in Springfield Missouri
One of CoxHealth’s ambulances was involved in an accident on Campbell Avenue early Monday evening. The ambulance was responding to a call with its lights and sirens on when it was clipped by another vehicle and tipped on its side. No patient was on board, but one EMS professional was evaluated for head pain.
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One of the largest diamond heist believed to date happened last night at Grünes Gewölbe, or “Green Vault,” state museum in Dresden, Germany. Millions of dollars in priceless diamonds and centuries of treasures were stolen.
video footage released showing robbers inside the museum
details are still emerging from the heist police believe that the thieves fled the scene in an Audi A6 sedan — and that an identical vehicle was later found on fire in an underground parking lot.
“One of the museum’s best-known treasures, the 41-carat Dresden Green Diamond, happened to be away on loan to New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art at the time of the break-in,” Schmitz says. “Other exhibits include a table-sized sculpture of the Indian royal court made of gold, silver and precious stones, as well as a golden coffee service by an 18th-century court jeweler.”
police are asking for help if anyone has any information to contact local authorities
this is a devloping story more information as it is released