By Cami Toronto, Communications — Calvin McKinney, 31, has been charged with lying under oath during his murder trial for the death of Keynen Guider. Calvin was originally found guilty of attempted murder of Guider two days before she was shot and killed in December of 2017. McKinney’s original trial ended ...
October 10, 2019WebKeeper
By Darcy Chavez, Communications – Have you heard that the job market is booming right now? Even overflowing with job opportunities? While this is exciting and positive news, there are some interesting behaviors we’re seeing as a result. With so many jobs available, many applicants are receiving more than one job offer ...
October 3, 2019WebKeeper
By Allie Jensen, Communications — In Glasgow, a federal prison has a new trend circling the cells: synthetic drug use. Investigators and researchers in Scotland are determining if there is a safe way for inmates to use drugs and what results come from that. Is there a safe option for drug ...
September 22, 2019WebKeeper
By Allie Jensen, Marketing — “Sunday Night Football” can be a highlight of the week for some, but this past Sunday has shown to be quite the opposite for retired NFL player Edawn Coughman. His past may have included tackles and touchdowns, but according to events this most recent Sunday, it ...
September 19, 2019WebKeeper
By Cami Toronto, Communications — The Massachusetts Attorney General recently filed a lawsuit against ExxonMobil, the world’s largest publicly traded oil and gas corporation. According to Ring of Fire, a progressive news site, the lawsuit alleges ExxonMobil has been aware for decades about their products’ substantial role in accelerating climate ...
September 15, 2019WebKeeper
By Darcy Chavez, Communications — As an intern and student, I’m always looking for opportunities to work for and support brands and businesses that I’m passionate about. I’m currently studying communications in college and working hard to learn the tricks of the trade. There’s no better way to learn how a ...
September 12, 2019WebKeeper
By Cami Toronto, Communications — The New York Times recently published a story about a sexual assault claim against Justice Kavanaugh by a former schoolmate. The Times reported that another sexual assault allegation was made aware to them against Justice Kavanaugh from nonprofit owner Max Stier. In the report, Stier said he ...
September 4, 2019WebKeeper
By Darcy Chavez, Communications — Recently in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Lola Price was fired from her position as a manager at Starbucks. The news was completely unexpected for Price. She was told that she was being fired for handing a police officer a coffee cup with the word “PIG” written on it. ...
August 30, 2019WebKeeper
By Darcy Chavez, Communications — We all know lying is bad. We’ve heard that since we were young. But have you heard about some of the long-term effects of lying? Aside from hurting others, Medical Express recently did a study showing how lying affects the person telling the lie. They discovered ...
August 20, 2019WebKeeper
By Eliza Sanders, Marketing – Greater Manchester Police has reported an increasingly overwhelming amount of registered sex offenders to manage. Each special officer is responsible for 65 offenders while the national recommendation is 50. They use polygraph to help them to weed out which ones need more focus or attention ...
August 16, 2019WebKeeper
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