The Trump administration has deported a ‘dreamer’ for first time, advocates say

An immigration officer took Manuel Montes into custody, Feb. 17, driving him to a station near the border. Hours later, at about 1 a.m., immigration officials walked Montes across the border, physically removing him from the U.S. and leaving him in Mexico near Mexicali, Baja California.

Lawyers for Juan Manuel Montes Bojorquez, 23, filed a lawsuit under the Freedom of Information Act Tuesday demanding that the federal government turn over information about his removal.

Source: The Trump administration has deported a ‘dreamer’ for first time, advocates say

Weird and wonderful bunnies! | Explore | Awesome Activities & Fun Facts | CBC Kids

One sure sign of spring is seeing bunnies everywhere. But did you know that bunnies are super smart, cool animals? 

Bunnies are crepuscular (say “cre-PUS-kew-lar”)! That means that they’re most active at dawn (just as the sun rises) and at dusk (when the sun sets). Most animals are diurnal — which means that they’re active during the day and sleep at night, like people, dogs and squirrels — or nocturnal — which means they sleep during the day and are active at night, like bats, owls and mice.

Source: Weird and wonderful bunnies! | Explore | Awesome Activities & Fun Facts | CBC Kids

Teen denied life-saving transplant for smoking pot | New York Post

The family of a Utah teen whose lungs collapsed claims that a hospital denied him a life-saving transplant because weed was found in his system.Riley Hancey, 19, was hospitalized in late November

The 19-year-old’s family said he was forced to travel more than 2,000 miles to Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, where he underwent a double-lung transplant two weeks ago.

Friends created a YouCaring page to raise money to cover his medical expenses.

Source: Teen denied life-saving transplant for smoking pot | New York Post

1,000 Monroeville residents sought for annual cleanup April 22

By Samson X Horne

Joe Sedlak is hoping this is the year that Monroeville can get 1,000 residents to participate in its annual cleanup day.

The 22nd Annual Jack Sedlak Memorial Clean Up will be held April 22 throughout the municipality.

The event was named after Joe’s father, a former Monroeville councilman who strived for a cleaner community, who died of cancer in 1995.

“It’s all kind of falling into place. It’s the 22nd time we’re doing it. It’s on April 22, and you’ve got Route 22 running through our business district,” Sedlak said.

After the cleanup, the municipality will host a picnic at Monroeville Community Park West with hot dogs, chips, cookies, watermelon and drinks. Prizes will be given away, including Pirates and Steelers gear, a trip to Seven Springs and passes to the Pittsburgh Zoo.

Residents who want to participate in the cleanup can find forms on the municipal website and turn them in to the recreation department. Registration must be done by April 17.

The first 250 residents to register will receive a free T-shirt.

Samson X Horne is aTribune-Review staff writer. Reach him at 412-871-2325 orshorne@tribweb.com.

Source: 1,000 Monroeville residents sought for annual cleanup April 22

Fired trainer kills manager at Florida mall gym, wounds another – NY Daily News

A trainer dismissed from his job at a Florida Equinox fitness center returned to the upscale mall that houses the gym and opened fire.

The Miami Herald and multiple TV reports identified the alleged gunman as 33-year-old Abeku Wilson, citing a former Miami city commissioner who said he trained under the assailant for two years.

Source: Fired trainer kills manager at Florida mall gym, wounds another – NY Daily News

4 inmates found dead in SC prison | 11alive.com

COLUMBIA, S.C. (WLTX, AP) – Four inmates found dead at a Columbia prison have been identified.

The South Carolina Department of Corrections says the four are 52-year-old John King,  35-year-old Jason Kelley, 56-year-old Jimmy Ham, and 44-year-old William Scruggs. Richland County Coroner Gary Watts said he’s investigating how they died, but said their deaths do not appear to be natural.

Autopsies on the inmates will be conducted Saturday.

Source: 4 inmates found dead in SC prison | 11alive.com