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TRYING TO MAKE AN ARREST...ANUPDATE FORM THE CHIEF OFPOLICE JUST AHEAD PLUS- ALOCAL ORGANIZATING IS REELINGIN SOME SIMLES..HOW ONEFISHING GROUP ISAK MINANGIMPACT YOUR 25 NEWS STARTSRIGHT W.A RIESEL OFFICER IS INRECOVERY TONIGHT AFTER HE WASSHOT WHILE TRYING TO CONDUCT ATRAFFIC STOP... 25 NEWSBROUGHT YOU THIS STORYA RIESEL OICFFER IINSRECOVERY TONIGHT AFTER HWAESHOT WHILE TRYING TO CONDUCT ATRAFFIC STOP... 25 NEWSBROUGHT YOU THIS STORYFIRST...JUST A FEW HOURS AGORIESEL POLICE CHIEF DANNYKRUMNOW SAYS THE OFFICERINITIALLY PULLED OVER A CARFOR SPEEDING, BUT THENSUSPECTED THERE WERE NARCOTICSIN THE VEHICLE.

KRUMNOW YSSATHE OFFICER THEN ATTEMPTED TOARREST THE TWO SUSPECTS WHENONE SH HIMOT IN THE ELBOW..BUT STILL KRUMNOW SAYS THEOFFICER MANAGED TOSUCCESSFULLY ARREST BOTHSUSPECTS BY HIMSELF"WE'RE NOT EXACTLY SURE WHATHE WAS SHOT WITH THE CAR HASBEEN PRESERVED FOR EVIDENCEFOR THE NGRAERS IT IS NOTBELIEVED THAT THE OFFICERFIRED ANY SHOTS AT ALL BUT HEDID TAKE THE TWO SUSPECTS INTOCUSTODY." THE OFFICER WAS ENTHTAKEN TO BLOAYR SCOTT ANDWHITE HILLCREST WHE HE IERBEING TREATED FOR HISINJURIES.

CHIEF KRUMNOW SAYSTHIS INVESTIGATION IS NOW INTHE HANDS OFPS DAND NOW TO HOUSTON...PANIC ANDCHAOS AT A MUSIC FESTIVAL ATLEAST EIGHT PEOPLE ARE DEAD -INCLUDING TEENAGERS - AND MANYMORE INJURED - AFTER A CROWDRUSHED THE STAGE AT THEASTROWORLD FESTIVAL.

IT ALLHAPPENED - WHILE RAPPER TRAVISSCOTT WAS ON STAGE.THIS EVENING THE SEARCH FORANSWERS AFTER FANS STORMED THESTAGE AT A CONCERT.

NATS -IT "LOOKS LIKE FOLKS ARE COMINGOUT OF THE CROWD COMPLAINGNIOF DIFFICULTY BREATHING,CRUSHING INJURIES, SEEMS LIKETHE CROWD IS COMESPRSING FROMWHAT I CAN TELL.

"CALLSREPORTING PEOPLE WERE GETTINGSTEPPED ON WITH NO ACTUALLOCATION.

JUST ENDING TO 400KIRBY DRIVE.

HOUSTON NATIVETRAVIS SCOTT WAS PERFORMING ATTHE ASTROWORLD MUSIC FESTIVALWHEN THE CROWD SUDDENLYSURGED.

AN APPLE MUSIC LIVESTREAM SHOWED HIM STOPPINGIS HPERFORMANCE SEVERAL TIMESAFTER SPOTTING FANS INDISTRESS.

NATS FROM APPLEMUSIC VIDEO - WE NEED SOMEBODYTO HELP HIM, SOMEBODY'S PASSEDOUT RIGHT HERE.

WITNESSESSTUNNED JULIAN PONC|ATTENDED ASTROWORLD MUSICFESTIVAL WE WERE IN THE BACKAND WE GOT PUSHED ALTHL E WAYLIKE CLOSE TO THE FRONT YOUCOULD SEE TRAVIS LIKE STANDINGAND HEARING STOP THE SHOW,STOP THE SHOW.LL AISONFERNANZ D| ATTENDEDASTROWORLD MUSIC FESTIVAL WEDID SEE A COUPLE OF PEOPLEPASSED OUT.

UM IT WAS A LITTLESCARY BUT THAT'S SOMETHINGTHAT YOU KIND OF EXPECT ATFESTIVALS BUT FOR PEOPLE TODIE THAT'S NEVER HAPPENED ANDTHAT SHOULDN'T HAVHAPPE ENED.AUTHORITIES CALLING THEINCIDENT UNFORTUNATE JUDGE: NOPARENT SHOULD SEE THEIR CHILDOFF AT A CONCERT, D ANNOT SEETHEM COME HOME SAFELY ANESTIMATED 50- THOUSAND PEOPLEWERE IN ATTENDANCE.

SOME OFTHE VICTIMS AS YOUNG AS 10YEARS O LD.

SOT - MARYOSYLVESTER TURNER: "THERE ARE ALOT OF UNANSWERED QUESTIONS.IT IS IMPORTANT FOR US TOACERTAIN FROM LAST NIGHT WHATTOOK PLACE, WHAT HAPPENED,WHERE MISSTEPS MAY HAVEOCCURRED." OFFICIALS SET UP AREUNIFICATION CENTER AATHOTEL FOR FAMILY MEMBERS WHOWERE UNABLE TO REACH RELATIVESAT THE EVENT VIDEO CAPTUREDPRIOR TO THE STAMPEDE OWSHEDHUNDREDS OF PEOPLE RUSHINGCHECKPOINTS AND DESTROYINGSECURITY PROPERTY AT THEENTRANCE STTCO ISSUING THISSTATEMENT ON TWITTER SAYINGHE'S DEVASTATED BY WHAT TOOKPLACE.

LIVE NATION WHICHORGANIZED THE EVENT CANCELEDSATURDAY'S CONCERT IN THEINTEREST OF PUBLIC SAFETPHIL LIPOF ABC NEWS, NEW YORKAT A PRESS CONFERENCE AFTER THEINCIDENT... HOUSTON MAYORSYLVESTER TUNER ANNOUNCED THEAGES OF THE VICTIMS. THEYOUNGEST JUST 14.

A 16 YEAROLD TWO 21 AND 23 YEAR OLDS ASWELL AS A 27 YEAR OLD WERELL AKILLED.

THE LAST VICTIM HASYET TO BE IDENTIFIED.

POCELISAY THIS IS AN VERY ACTIVEINVESTIGATION"THIS IS NOW A CRIMINALINVESTIGATION THAT'S GOINGO TINVOLVE OUR HOMICIDE DIVISIONAS WELL AS NARCOTICS AS FAASRARRESTS LAST NIGHT.

CHIEFTURNER SAYS THERE WERE TWENTYFIVE ARRESTS.

23 OF THWEREOSETRESPASSING, ONE POSSESSION OFMARIJUANA AND ONE PUBLICINTOXICATION.GOV.

ABBOTT ALSO ADDRESSINGTHE TRAGEDY SAYING "ATWHHAPPENED AT THE ASTROWORLDFESTIVAL LAST NIGHT WASTRAGIC, AND OUR HETSRE AARWITH THOSE WHO LOST THEIRLIVES AND THOSE WHO WEREINJURED IN THE TERRIFYINGCROWD SURGE," TOEA RD HIS FULLSTATEMENT YOU CAN HEAD OVER TOOUR WEBSEITONCE AGAIN, IT WAS HTOARDSPOT A SINGLE CLOUD IN THESKY.

TOMORROW WILL BE MORE ORLESS THE SAME.

IN ADDITION TOTHE SUNSHINE, TEMPERATURESWILL BE WARMER.

HIGHS ONSUNDAY WILL BE IN THE MID-70S.A FEW MORE CLOUDS WILL BUBBLEOUPN MONDAY.

THE WARMGINTREND IS SET TO CONTINUE,BRINGING US UPPER-70S BYWEDNESDAY.

WE'RE STILL EYEINGA POSSIBLE COLD FRONTWEDNESDAY OR THURSDAY.

IF ITWERE TO COME THROUGHN OWEDNESDAY IT WOULD BE LATE INTHE DAY.

THE MORE LIKELYSCENARIO APPEARS TO BETHURSDAY.

THAT'S WHEN WE CLDGET A BIT OF RAIN, BUT MODELSOLUTIONS ARE STILL VARYING AGOOD DEAL WHEN IT COMES TONY ARAIN POTENTIAL.

COOLER AIRWILL OVERSPREAD US GOING INTOTHE WEEKEND, PUTTING HIGHTEMPERATURES BACK TO THEUPPER-60S AND LOW-70S.TODAY OVER 25 FOSTER CHILDREAND CHILDREN WITH SPECIALNEEDS JOINEDHE T J-M-B FISNGHIFOUNDATION FOR A ONCE IN ALIFETIME EXPIERENCE.

TSEHEKIDS GOT THE CHANCE TO LEARNHOW TO FISH AND ENJOY A DAY INTHE SUN WITH FAMILY ANDFRIENDS.

25 NEWS REPTEORNAKEA SIMON HAS YOUR STORY...NATS: "LOOK GUYS, I CAUGHTONE, I CAUGHT ONE." TRACK 1:AND THAT SHE DID.

THE J-M-BFISHING FOUNDATION TEAMED UPWITH THE FOSR TEAND ADOPTIONMINISTRY AT HIGHLAND BAPTISTCHURCH TODAY FOR A FUN D AAYTTHE LAKE... SOT 1: L3 -STEPHEN CARL| LEADER, FOSTERAND ADOPTION MINISTRY ATHIGHLAND BAPTIST CHURCH EING"BABLE TO PARTNER WITH JMB ANDCOME OUT HERE AND DO THIISSSPECIAL BECAUSE THESE ARE THETYPE OF EXPERIENCES THAT BONDFAMILIES TOGETHER AND THESECHILDR HENAVE BEEN THROUGH ALOT." TRACK 2: STEPHEN CARLAND HIS WIFE BECAME FOSTERPARENTS 6 YEARS AGO... TODAYTHEY HOPE TO BRING FAMILIESTHAT ARE JUST LIKE THEMOPPORTUNITIES TO BONDTOGETHER.... THE JMB FISHINGFOUNDATION HELPS THEM DO JUSTTHAT.... SOT 2: L3 - STEPHENCARL| LEADER, FOSTER ANDADOPTION MINISTRY AT HIGHLANDBAPTIST CHURCH "PARTNENGRIWITH JMB IS REALLY SPECIALBECAUSE YOU HAVE SOME MEN THATWANT TO GIVE BACK TO THECOMMUNITY." NATS SOUND TRACK3: THE JMB FISNGHIFOUNDAON'STI MISSION IS TOTAKES CHILDREN WITH SPECIALNEEDS AND TERMINAL ILLNESSESTO THE GREAT ODOUTORS.... SOT3:L3 - COURTNEY HOBGOOD, JMBFISHING FOUNDATION "SINCE <WECREATED JMB WE WERE ABLE TOTOUCH HUNDREDS AND THOUSANDSOF CHILDREN'S LIVES AND OFTENTIME I THINK ONCE WE COME INTOTHESE CHILDREN'S LIVES AT ATIME THAT THEY NEED WHAT WEHAVE TO OFFER." TRACK 4: THEIRHOPES IS TO LEAVE LONG LASTINGSMILES AND POSITIVE MEMORIESTOHI CLDREN WHO HAVEONE GTHROUGH SOME TOUGH TIMES....SOT 4: L3 - COURTNEY HOBGOOD,JMB FISHING FOUNDATION "PLENTYOF TIME THESE CHILDREN THEYJUST NEED SOMEBODY TO LOVETHEM, THEY NEED SOMEBODY TOHUG THEM THEY NEED SOMEBODY TOGUIDE THEM ENOUGH AND WE AREFORTUNATE ENOUGH TO BE ABLE TOUSE THE OUTDOORS TO BE ABLE TOGUIDE THESE CHILDREN...."TRACK 5: REPORTING FMROCLIFTON, NAKEA SIMON 25 NEWSTHE CITY OF NOLANVILLE CAMETOGETHER TO PLANTRT EES FORMAKE A DIFFERENCE DAY...THISPROJECT WAS APART OF KEEPNOLANVILLE BEAUTIFUL.

CITYOFFICIALS HAVE HUGE PLANS FORTHIS AREA...EVENTUALLY THEYHOPE TO ADD A BASKETBALL CRTOUAND A MURAL."WE CAN MAKE A BIGDIFFERENCE...RIGH T OUTSIDETHEIR DOOR." WITH THE HELP OFSOLDIERS FROM THE 504THMITARYLI INTELLIGENCE BRIGEADFROM FT.

HOOD THEY WERE ABLETO PLANT 20 TREESLAST FRIDAY THE WACO FIREDEPARTMENT WELCOMED 10 NEWFIRE FIREFIGHTERS..

MAKINGISTH YEAR'S CLASS THE MOSTDIVERSE ONE YET.

VO:NATIONWIDE, ONLY FOUR PERCENTOF FIRE-FIGHTERS ARE WOM.ENTHE WACO FIRE DEPARTMENT ISCHALLENGING THOSE STATISCSTIBY WELCOMING TWO WOMEN THISYEAR... ONE OF WHOM IS THEDEPARTMENT'S FIRST AFRANICAMERICAN WOMAN FIREFIGHTER.NOT ONLY IS HER INVOLVEMENTUNIQUE -- BUT HER NAME AOLSHAPPENS TO BE UNIQUE!L3 - UNIQUE BARNETT,FIREFIGHTER| WACO FIREDEPARTMENT "FEMALE ONE, WEWORK SO HARD, MAYBE TWICE ASHARD BECAUSE WE DO NOT HAVETHATE TRIBUTES MOST GU DYSO.

IJUST THINK DIVERSITY ISIMPORTANCE, REPRESENTATION ISIMPORTANT, AND I AM GIVINGBOTH SO." HER FELLOWFIREFIGHTER FEELS THE MEWAY...L3 - MARY COL| FIREFIGHTER,WACO FIRE DEPARTMENT " IF YOUHAVE THE PASSION FOR IT, UM,ITS IA LOT OF WORK IT IS ALOT OF FUN HARDWORK, LOTS OFSTUDYING, MENTALLY ANDPHYSICALLY.

BUT IF YOU EOYNJWHAT YOU DOING GO FOR IT."CONT VO: EXECUTIVE DUTEPYCHIEF ROBBY BERGERSON SAYS HEBELIEVES ANY PUBLISAC TYFEDEPARTMENT NEEDS TO REPRESENTTHE COMMUNITY.

AND IS PROU--DTHE WACO FIRE DEPARTMENT ISLEADING THE WAYA SECOND GRADER IN WEST HOSTEDAN EVENT TO SHOW HER SUPPORTFOR THE FIRST RESPONDERS OFWEST ABRIELLE SPENT DAYSPAINTING ROCKS, AND BAKINGCOOKIES TO SELL FOR HER EVENT.WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM M,MOABRIELLE WAS ABLE TO RAISEOVER 1,000 BUCKS FOR THE CITYSLAW ENFORCEMENT.

POLICE CHFIEDARRYL BARTON SAYS IT WAS AHEART WARMING SURPRISE."SHE WENT ABOVE AND BEYOND TORAISE MONEY...IT JUST AMAZESME." AWSOME JOB ABRIELLE CHIEFBARTON SAYS THE MONEY WIE BDIVIDED UP BETWEEN WEST EMS,FIRE ,AD POLICE DEPARTMENTTHE LONG HELD UP 1-POINT-2TRILLION DOLLAR INFRASTRUCTUREBILL FINALLY PASSING THE HOUSEMEANWHILE THE OTHER TRILLIONDOLLAR ECONOMIC PACKAGEREMAINS IN LIMBOPLUS PFIZER IS THE LATEST DRUGMAKER TO COME OUT WITH A PILLDESIGNED TO FIGHT SEVEREIDOV CCASES.===2

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