“Instead of me standing there relating the information to them, they actually have to think their way through and treat the actual mannequin, just like you do in the field,” says EMS supervisor Chris Thompson.
Part protest, part civics lesson this morning for more than 100 students from the Jennings School District.
The survey, in the wake of grand juries clearing white police officers in the deaths of unarmed black men, finds 45 percent of Americans believe race relations in the U.S. are good.
The Ferguson City Council is responding to calls for better accountability for police and are working on forming a civilian review board for the Ferguson Police Department.
Davis says the training is not to be taken as a signal that no federal charges are expected in the Ferguson case, saying they are “two different tracks.”
New Zealand has signed a $127 million contract with Wichita, Kan.-based Beechcraft Corp. for military pilot training.
Washington University’s continued use of sedated cats and ferrets to train medical students how to insert breathing tubes down babies’ throats is cruel, ineffective and unnecessary, according to a medical ethics group pressuring the school to abandon the practice.
Police shooting dogs. It’s a problem around the country and now the governor of Illinois has signed a bill to prevent it.
Airport officials says the smoke and sirens will be part of the exercise and not a real emergency.
Other locations Rolla, Missouri and Carbondale, Illinois.