Indiana community battling shoreline erosion files lawsuit

first_img Indiana community battling shoreline erosion files lawsuit Google+ (“indiana-dunes-state-park-1848559” by Adam Asar, Public Domain) OGDEN DUNES, Ind. (Chicago Tribune) — An Indiana community along Lake Michigan has filed a federal lawsuit over its battle with shoreline erosion.Ogden Dunes argues that the town’s infrastructure and homes are in danger of “total destruction” if there’s failure of the shoreline protection system.The lawsuit, filed in federal court in Hammond, names the National Park Service and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, among others.The Chicago Tribune reports that erosion became a concern a decade ago. The lawsuit says protection plans were approved but Park Service and Army Corps “repeatedly interfered.”Federal officials did not immediate return a request for comment. WhatsApp Twitter IndianaNews Facebook Twitter Pinterest Previous articlePaw Paw Schools to consider changing high school mascotNext articleMichigan wins lawsuit over license suspensions but offers help Associated PressNews from the Associated Press and its network of reporters and publications. Google+ WhatsApp Pinterest Facebook By Associated Press – March 9, 2020 0 235 last_img read more

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Watch Janelle Monáe Slay The BET Awards With ‘Dirty Computer’ Medley [Full Video]

first_imgAnother highlight of the awards ceremony was Snoopy Dogg‘s closing performance, where he executed a medley of songs including his own “What’s My Name” from his debut album Doggystyle that came out 25 years ago, Dr. Dre‘s “The Next Episode”, and a duo of songs from his sixteenth album Bible of Love, which welcomed Sly Pyper, Tye Tribbett, and a gospel choir that immediately brought the audience to their feet and clapping. Watch clips from his performance below: On Sunday night, the 18th-annual BET Awards took over Los Angeles, hosted by the Black Entertainment Television network to celebrate African Americans and other American minorities in music, acting, sports, and other fields of entertainment over the past year. The awards ceremony saw victories from Beyoncé (Best Female R&B/Pop Artist), Bruno Mars (Best Male R&B/Pop Artist), Migos (Best Group), Cardi B (Best Female Hip-Hop Artist), Kendrick Lamar (Best Male Hip-Hop Artist, Album of the Year), SZA (Best New Artist), and more, as well as a Lifetime Achievement Award presented to Anita Baker.Hosted by Jamie Foxx, the 2018 BET Awards featured live performances from some of Hip Hop’s most popular artist today, like Nicki Minaj, 2 Chainz, Migos, Miguel, Ella Mai, and Janelle Monáe.Janelle Monáe is riding the wave of success this year, following the release of Dirty Computer. The Prince protege performed a duo of songs from the new album, including energetically-charged “Django Jane” and easy-going “I Like It”. Monáe’s “black girl magic” was on full display in her performance, dominating the stage with her ability to dance, sing, and rap like a Queen. Watch the full performance below:last_img read more

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