Katie Brown
Katie Brown
Katie Brown is an American home and gardening television show host, author, actress, and trained art historian.
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No jail time for woman found guilty of taping her dog's mouth shut
Yahoo News - 9 months
A woman who taped her dog's mouth shut was found guilty of animal cruelty Friday, ABC 11 reports.  The woman, Katharine Lemansky, posted the photo to Facebook in November with the caption, "This is what happens when you dont shut up!!!"  The post immediately received backlash from animal lovers and activists on social media. (Lemansky went by the name Katie Brown on Facebook when she posted the photo.) SEE ALSO: Stolen doggie finally gets returned to owner after two years The 45-year-old woman was charged by Cary, North Carolina police with one count of Class 1 Misdemeanor Cruelty to Animals, which could have landed her up to 150 days in jail. Lemansky pled not guilty to the charges in court on Friday, however the judge found her guilty.  “This is one of those cases where a picture’s worth a thousand words," District Judge Jackie Brewer said in court, according to the News & Observer . Lemansky will not serve any time behind bars as an initial 60-day jail sentence was reduced to 12 ...
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Woman Who Duct-Taped Dog's Mouth Shut Could Face Jail Time
Huffington Post - about 1 year
This is what happens when you post a photo to Facebook of your dog's mouth duct-taped shut: You get charged with animal cruelty. Katharine F. Lemansky -- known on Facebook as Katie Brown, among other things -- has been charged with one count of misdemeanor animal cruelty, and faces a fine and up to 150 days in jail. Lemansky put up the grotesque picture of her dog on Friday, along with the caption, "This is what happens when you don't shut up!!!" It quickly spread across the Internet, causing so much (perfectly justified) public outrage that police in two states where she was thought to be, Florida and Connecticut, said they were investigating and asked folks to please stop calling them about it. As it turns out, Lemansky and her dog were in Cary, North Carolina, and that's where she's facing criminal penalties. “Taping the dog’s muzzle shut was a terrible decision on Ms. Lemansky’s part, and charging her with animal cruelty under North Carolina law was the right thing ...
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Where is the woman who posted a photo of an abused dog to Facebook? Nobody ... - myfox8.com
Google News - about 1 year
myfox8.com Where is the woman who posted a photo of an abused dog to Facebook? Nobody ... myfox8.com A woman has outraged people around the world after posting a photo to Facebook that apparently showed a dog with the mouth taped shut. Katie Brown posted the photo on Friday with a caption that read, “This is what happens when you dont shut up!!!”. Social media outrage ensues following photo of dog with mouth taped shutkfor.com Facebook photo of dog with duct-taped mouth sparks investigationChristian Science Monitor Police Looking for Woman Believed to Be Behind Viral Facebook Photo of Dog ...NBC Connecticut WBOY-TV -Newsday -Yahoo News -Facebook all 262 news articles »
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Facebook photo of dog's muzzle taped shut garners worldwide attention
Chicago Times - about 1 year
A photo posted to Facebook of a dog with its muzzle taped shut has gained worldwide attention and created a social media frenzy. The photo with the caption "This is what happens when you don't shut up!!!" was posted to a Facebook page belonging to a woman named Katie Brown, who according to her...
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Fracking Chemicals May Mess With Hormones, Lower Sperm Counts
Huffington Post - over 1 year
Prenatal exposure to a cocktail of chemicals commonly used in the various phases of oil and natural gas production, including fracking, could carry long-term reproductive health consequences, according to a new study published on Wednesday. Scientists tested 24 fracking chemicals -- including benzene, toluene and bisphenol A -- and found that 23 of them could mimic and mess with the natural signaling of estrogens, androgens and other human hormones, including functions critical for the healthy development of sex organs and future fertility. Researchers found that male mice exposed in the womb to minute levels of the mixture developed enlarged testes and decreased sperm counts later in life.  The concentrations represent potentially realistic levels of human exposure via drinking water, according to Susan Nagel, an author of the study and an expert in reproductive and environmental health at the University of Missouri. "Bottom line, hormones work at very low concentrations n ...
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5 Trending #ValentinesDayFlowers for 2015
Huffington Post - about 2 years
By Katie Brown, Blogger at 5th & Hollyhock by BloomNation Valentine's Day is synonymous with sending flowers, but where to begin? There are so many floral varieties out there that finding the perfect bouquet for your special someone can be a bit overwhelming. Luckily, I'm here to tell you that there are some gorgeous floral trends happening right now that will help narrow down the right bouquet for your honey this Valentine's Day. From garden style bouquets to anemones, below are five trends I recommend keeping in mind when searching for Valentine's Day flowers. Garden Style Photo ℅ The Bosky Dell of Los Angeles, CA There's no better time to celebrate the return of garden style bouquets than on Valentine's Day. Garden style favors a loose and airy style of arranging with tons of texture. It's completely romantic and perfect for the Valentine who loves a bit of whimsy. Tulips Photo ℅ FleurT of San Francisco, CA Tulip-lovers rejoice! I can't even keep tra ...
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Let's Stop Judging Lung Cancer Patients
Huffington Post - about 3 years
... and make finding a cure the priority. Lung Art By Melissa D. Calder Someone that I love dearly and respect greatly was diagnosed with lung cancer last fall. This person never smoked a day in his life. The individual is extremely personal so I will not say who he is, however, I will disclose that he received one of the best possible treatment outlooks for fighting the disease that one could receive. When I talk to people about it, their first response is usually... "I didn't know he smoked." It's a good opportunity to educate people, but I am sure it gets old for non-smoking lung cancer patients. Besides being shocking and soul crushing news, it made me realize how little I know about non-smoking lung cancer. I consider myself highly educated on a lot of subjects in healthcare, at least in the wound care management space. However, I was unaware of how many cases of non-smoking lung cancer occur each year. I was also shocked to learn of the lack of funding for lung cancer ...
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Mailing Causes Consternation for Some Voters
Bowie Patch - over 4 years
UPDATED (2:48 p.m.)—A postcard mailed by the Maryland State Board of Elections has caused concern for some Maryland voters and increased work for local boards of elections. The post card, mailed last week, was part of an effort by the Maryland State Board of Elections to verify voter registration records and register eligible voters, according to Ross Goldstein, deputy administrator for the state board of elections. The agency attempted to match data between the voter registration rolls and state drivers license records. "As with any data match, there were a number of false positives," said Goldstein. About 1.1 million post cards were mailed. The state board of elections estimates the mailing was 98 percent accurate—meaning it reached residents who were eligible but not registered to vote. Some of those estimated 22,000 "false positives" were the result of voters registering to vote under nickname while using their more formal name for their drivers license—something as ...
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Teen falls out of party bus onto highway; nobody on board calls 911
Fox News - over 4 years
A mobile celebration for a college-bound 19-year-old took a dangerous turn when the girl fell from a moving party bus, landed on a Minnesota highway and lived to tweet about it -- but her friends didn't exactly flock to her side after she fell. Burnsville police told FOX 9 News they fielded multiple calls reporting a body on the side of the road, but they say passengers aboard the party bus the young woman fell from were conflicted about helping their friend and helping themselves avoid underage drinking charges. Minneapolis News and Weather KMSP FOX 9 Nearly three dozen recent high school graduates rented the "Flirting Flamingo" party bus, but 19-year-old Katie Brown flirted with danger when she opened an emergency exit window and fell out onto Northbound 35W. "Typically, when you find out somebody's along the side of the road, you think somebody has been hit by a car," Capt. Eric Gieseke, of the Burnsville Police Department, said. Stunned drivers immediately called ...
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WATCH: Lesbian Couple Denied Wedding Announcement
Huffington Post - over 4 years
Lizz Dyer knew it was a long shot, but when the Omaha Archdiocese refused to print her wedding announcement, she was nevertheless disappointed. Dyer and her partner, Katie Brown, recently married in Iowa, and when she posted photos of the ceremony of Facebook, a friend offered to submit an image to Marian High School's alumni newsletter, KETV reports. But when a worker at the Catholic school saw the announcement, he or she went to the Archdiocese. Officials ultimately decided the announcement shouldn't run because homosexuality is against the church's beliefs. "On a personal level it's almost saying my relationship with my wife isn't good enough or it's not valid," Dyer told KETV, saying the newsletter often features wedding announcements. Visit KETV for the full story. Although they're from Nebraska, the couple flocked to the neighboring state to tie the knot, since Iowa allows gay marriage. Conservative lawmakers have been trying to ban gay marriage in ...
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Dry cleaning 101: Every garment different in a changing industry
The Sacramento Bee - over 4 years
Rytina Fine Cleaners, run by co-owners Katie and Toran Brown, is synonymous with cleaning fine clothes and textiles, especially irreplaceable items such as wedding gowns, vintage dresses and hand-embroidered linens. Co-owner Katie Brown, looks for one of the many garments at her dry cleaning business, Rytina, one of Sacramento's oldest. Elizabeth Chappero presses a coat at Rytina. Miguel Vazquez, does a final inspection of garments at Rytina. At the other end of the process, Shikha Singh, accepts a customer's dress – and big expectations.
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Dry cleaning 101: Every garment different in a changing industry
The Sacramento Bee - over 4 years
Katie Brown fingers the fine fabric of the silk wedding dress, looking for clues. Co-owner Katie Brown, looks for one of the many garments at her dry cleaning business, Rytina, one of Sacramento's oldest. Elizabeth Chappero presses a coat at Rytina. Miguel Vazquez, does a final inspection of garments at Rytina. At the other end of the process, Shikha Singh, accepts a customer's dress – and big expectations.
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Monday's TV Talk Shows: Jim Parsons; Rufus Wainwright; Benjamin McKenzie
LATimes - over 4 years
CBS This Morning (N) 7 a.m. KCBS Today Merle Haggard; Bobby Brown performs. (N) 7 a.m. KNBC KTLA Morning News (N) 7 a.m. KTLA Good Morning America (N) 7 a.m. KABC Good Day L.A. (N) 7 a.m. KTTV Live With Kelly Jim Parsons; Katie Brown; the cast of “Pawn Stars”; Mark Consuelos. (N) 9 a.m. KABC The View The co-hosts' favorite things; author Bill Evans. (N) 10 a.m. KABC The Talk 1 p.m. KCBS The Doctors (N) 2 p.m. KCBS Dr. Phil (Part 1 of 2) (N) 3 p.m. KCBS The Dr. Oz Show Burning fat while eating; five inexpensive meals. (N) 3 p.m. KABC The Ellen DeGeneres Show Ellie Kemper; Rufus Wainwright performs; teacher Rebecca Mielewocki. (N) 4 p.m. KNBC Anderson Sharon Osbourne; a trainer tells of gaining 90 pounds in four months; co-host Carrie Ann Inaba. (N) 4 p.m. KTTV Charlie Rose Author Robert Caro (“The Passage of Power”). (N) 11 p.m. KVCR, midnight KOCE Chelsea Lately Actress-model Bar Refaeli. (N) 11 p.m. E! Conan Ice-T; Coco; Adam Pally; Wale; Miguel. 11 p.m ...
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Do you support Senator Jim Inhofe's Angry Reaction to EPA "Crucify" American Energy Companies Plan?
Red State - almost 5 years
The outrage, is that there’s not more outrage from Christians.  The most toned down I can get on the question of Obama Administration official who revealed that their policy is to use the terrorist tactic of crucifixion on businessmen to force them to stop trying to supply Americans with lower cost energy in the quantities needed is to say it is irreverent and should provoke Christians. How about sacrilege, profanity, blasphemy, to describe what Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region VI Administrator Al Armendariz said is the Obama Administration’s policy towards American citizens they do not like? This is wrong on so many fronts and in so many ways that it is difficult to see where to begin until one steps back and realizes that they crucified my Lord Jesus Christ, using the most painful and humiliating method of torturing someone to death that was known in the history of mankind until that date. It was a tactic to terrorize, leaving someone on public display to die slowly ...
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Defense strong for Hawkeye soccer - UI The Daily Iowan
Google News - over 5 years
The rest of the defense is composed of senior Morgan Showalter, who switched from the midfield to outside defensive back, and two freshmen — Melanie Pickert and Katie Brown. The statistics speak for themselves. In seven nonconference games,
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Prayer Breakfast has author as keynote speaker - Mt. Vernon Register-News
Google News - over 5 years
In addition to the speaker, the Mt. Vernon Prayer Breakfast also featured performances by the Mt. Vernon Township High School choir, the Southerd Boys, Katie Brown, and Dee Froneyberger, as well as a 9/11 tribute video with a performance of “God Bless
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Iowa soccer faces rival Cylcones - UI The Daily Iowan
Google News - over 5 years
Freshman Katie Brown has started as well, and other players including freshman Melanie Pickert, sophomore Alex Melin, and junior Jade Grimm have been shuffled around on the line. “Iowa State will be able to put us under more pressure than any of the
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