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Most recently, Karly spent two years as a news reporter and anchor for KOLD-TV in Tucson, Arizona, covering the immigration crisis at the U.S. border and other breaking news.
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Prior to Arizona, Karly spent a year and a half as the weekend anchor at KNDU-TV in Tri-Cities, Washington, where she also reported and covered the weather.
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EPD said around 3:30 p.m., a body was spotted in the river near the disc golf course.
It started when police say the man ran from officers and attempted to hide in a home.
It's located in the area of Little River Road.
The sculptor created a phoenix, a mythological bird that is known for rising from the ashes. It measures roughly 14 feet tall and is named Viribus, which is Latin for “strength.”
The warrant stemmed from an investigation into a large-scale black-market marijuana grow. Law enforcement became aware of the operation on tips from concerned citizens.
Springfield Police confirmed that the suspect was no longer inside the house.
The two died on the scene. The driver, and only occupant, of the other car, was taken to the hospital.
Preliminary investigation indicates that a black Audi sedan was traveling eastbound around a corner when it crossed into the westbound lane for an unknown reason. The Audi struck a westbound white Subaru head-on in the westbound lane.
According to officials, the outbreak started at Gateway Living when an unvaccinated employee worked while infected.
On Wednesday, August 25, 2021, 35-year-old Ashley Tyshanne Reynolds of Roseburg and 33-year-old William Levi McClure of Winston were arrested in connection to the homicide.