Wisconsin congressman Mike Gallagher condemned the attack on Twitter, saying: "There's no place for these kinds of hateful and disgusting acts in our society." … [Read more...] about Five dead in Milwaukee shooting at Molson Coors beer company
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They will also be challenged in a physical competition which includes wearing a gas mask, carrying a barrel of ammunition, climbing up walls, finding parts of guns, and more. Such a test will help them warm up before joining live-fire tests with targets including paper boxes, balloons, pans, and lumps of iron, to name but a few. … [Read more...] about Viettel Media launches new version of shooting competition
According to the Journal Sentinel, Molson Coors Beverage Co, which operates MillerCoors, announced plans last fall to close a Denver office and relocate some corporate support jobs to Milwaukee. The newspaper said the restructuring was designed to cut costs and resulted in 400 to 500 jobs being eliminated throughout Molson Coors. … [Read more...] about Six people dead, including gunman, in Molson Coors brewery shooting in Milwaukee
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel quoted the husband of a brewery employee, Lasonya Ragdales, as saying she was informed by the company of an active shooter on the premises, and was texting him while locked in a room with co-workers. … [Read more...] about Five killed at brewery in another US mass shooting
"Shincheonji contributed significantly to the sharp rise in the number of patients in Korea," Won Suk-choi of the division of infectious diseases at the Korea University College of Medicine, told the BBC, but he also warns that "the situation Korea is currently experiencing can happen anywhere in the world". … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Why did infections shoot up South Korea?