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Dunkins latest breakfast creation brings heat to McDonald & # 39; s

Dunkin & # 39; ( DNKN ) said Monday that it has added two new breakfast bowls to its menu: The Egg White Bowl, made with egg whites, spinach, and fried potatoes is, cheddar cheese and onions; and the Sausage Scramble Bowl, which consists of scrambled eggs, sausage, cheddar cheese, peppers and onions. Tomorrow is the only growth market for …

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McDonald & # 39; s wants to personalize the drive-thru with a digital upgrade

CLOSE America's beloved Golden Arches stretch from the ocean to the shining sea, with some 14,000 stores nationwide. But which state has the most McDonald's? The Mercer Morrison from Buzz60 has the story. Buzz60 A trip to McDonalds will soon be personalized. The fast-food giant announced Monday that it has an agreement to acquire Dynamic Yield, a leader in personalization …

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Jason Van Dyke is not being re-sentenced in Laquan McDonald shootings, the rules of the Illinois Supreme Court

Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul and Special Prosecutor Joseph McMahon wanted to extend Van Dyke's term. In February, they filed a petition contesting the legality of his 81-month sentence imposed on January 19 by Cook County Circuit Court Judge Vincent Gaughan. Van Dyke, who is white, was convicted of the death of McDonald, 17, but was only "given a firearm …

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Sentencing Jason Van Dyke: The Chicago officer was sentenced to nearly seven years in the shooting of Laquan McDonald

Chicago – A former Chicago white police officer was sentenced to 81 months imprisonment – nearly seven years – when he killed a black teenager in 2014, who was arrested on a devastating Dashcam video. Judge Vincent Gaughan was sentenced to jail for Jason Van Dyke on Friday in the death of Laquan McDonald. Van Dyke was convicted of second …

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Jason Van Dyke loses his bid for a new trial for the murder of Laquan McDonald

Recent Emails Receive breaking news and special reports. The news and stories that mattered delivered the weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE Dec. 14, 2018 / 7:22 PM GMT By David K. Li A judge refused to grant a new trial to the former Chicago police officer, who was convicted of murdering teenager Laquan McDonald Recorded tape. Jason Van Dyke took a jail-printed …

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Chicago officer Jason Van Dyke is guilty in the murder of Laquan McDonald

CHICAGO – The white police officer from Chicago, who shot 16 shots on Laquan McDonald, a black teenager, is guilty of second-degree murder, a jury said Friday. The defendant Jason Van Dyke became the first police officer in Chicago to be convicted of murder in nearly 50 years for shooting. His case has been closely tracked in this city since …

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Laquan McDonald Trial: Jason Van Dyke, a police officer from Chicago, found guilty of 2014 second-degree murder

CHICAGO – A white police officer from Chicago, Jason Van Dyke was found guilty on Friday of second-degree murder, nearly four years after he shot Laquan McDonald, a black 17-year-old with a knife in his hand. [196592002] The violent encounter triggered violent demonstrations throughout the city after the authorities released a video in which Van Dyke fired 16 shots at …

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A Timeline of the Chicago Police Turnabout by Laquan McDonald

CHICAGO – A jury is in the murder trial of white Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke, nearly four years after he shot 16 black teenager Laquan McDonald 16 times Some key moments in this case: 2014 [19659004] Oct. 20: Van Dyke fatally kills McDonald after responding to a call from a teenager who has broken into a vehicle in …

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Closing arguments expected in Chicago officer's trial at Laquan McDonald killing

Van Dyke faces two counts of first-degree murder, 16 counts of aggravated battery and one count of official misconduct for the shooting and killing of the black teenager. The white officer faces up to life in prison if convicted. Video of the shooting sparked protests, a Justice Department civil rights investigation, criticism of the city's mayor and eventually the ouster …

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