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Kelsey Asbille: Viewers should buckle up for intense ‘Yellowstone’ Season 4 [Video]

Kelsey Asbille’s “Yellowstone” returns for Season 4 Sunday night. Photo courtesy of Paramount Network

NEW YORK, Nov. 7 (UPI) — Kelsey Asbille says life doesn’t get any easier for the Dutton family in Season 4 of the contemporary western, Yellowstone.

“It’s so intense. We are right where we left off,” Asbille told UPI in a recent Zoom interview.

Asbille plays Monica, Kayce Dutton’s college professor wife and the mother of his only child, Tate.

“Monica doesn’t know what she is up against and, so, Tate’s safety is her No. 1 [priority]. It definitely informs the rest of the season, for sure,” the actress said.

The show, from writer-producer Taylor Sheridan, follows wealthy John Dutton (Kevin Costner) and his family as they use any means necessary to fight real-estate developers, government officials and criminals and hold on to their enormous cattle ranch.

The ranch borders Yellowstone National Park and a Native American reservation.

Season 3 ended with John …

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Deion Sanders flips nation's top recruit, Travis Hunter, from Florida State to Jackson State [Video]

Yahoo Sports College Insider Pete Thamel explains how Deion Sanders was able to get the Rivals.com #1 recruit in the nation to flip from Florida State to Jackson State on National Signing Day, and what the commitment means for HBCUs and college football going forward.

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DVIDS - Video - The Blue Behind The Badge [Video]

Title: The Blue Behind The BadgeProducer: SrA Aaron HauserDate: 9 October, 2013Location: Las Vegas, NVDuration: 2 Min 51 SecDescription: Making the transition from active duty to reserve status or civilian life can be rough for some. For Tech Sergeant Rebecca Palmer, a Broadcaster with the Air National Guard, the change afforded her the opportunity to serve and protect in her own community.Keywords: TSgt Rebecca Palmer, Broadcaster, Police, Officer, Air National Guard, North Las Vegas, Patrol, SrA Aaron HauserLead: The common practices we learn in the military stick with us throughout our lives and can be carried on into new careers. SrA Aaron Hauser shows us how one Airman chose to trade her Air Force blues for a much different set to help protect her community.Font Info: SrA Aaron Hauser - Reporting for 99 ABW/PAOfficer Rebecca Palmer - Police Officer, North Las Vegas Police DepartmentMaking the transition from active duty to reserve status or civilian life can be rough for some. For Tech Sergeant Rebecca Palmer, a Broadcaster with the Air National Guard, the change afforded her the opportunity to serve and protect in her own community.(Officer Rebecca Palmer - Police Officer, North Las Vegas Police Department)I actually went to college for criminal justice at UNLV, and was focusing on crime scene investigation. So I applied for the North Las Vegas police department and went through all the steps of testing and ended up as a police officer.*radio chatter* Baker, twelve.There are plenty of differences between military and law enforcement careers, but Officer Palmer says the core practices of the Air Force are what helped her the most starting out in her new profession.(Officer Rebecca Palmer - Police Officer, North Las Vegas Police Department)I believe the Air Force really prepared me for a career in law enforcement because it really gave me the discipline that I need for this job.Though Officer Palmer helps keep her corner of Las Vegas safe, she understands the inherent dangers involved with her job.(Officer Rebecca Palmer - Police Officer, North Las Vegas Police Department)I'd say my greatest struggle as a police officer is actually having to come out here everyday and not knowing what I'm going to be dealing with. We get calls everyday, and everything's an unknown really and my main goal is to get through the day, do my job and go home to my daughter. Balancing two jobs can be stressful, but being able to come home and relax with her daughter really helps Rebecca unwind after a hard day.(Officer Rebecca Palmer - Police Officer, North Las Vegas Police Department)Spending time with my daughter definitely helps me separate both my jobs from being a police officer and also, you know, working in the military. I get to come home to her and just forget about that and just spend time with her. As a single mom, Rebecca urges other parents to consider the Air Force as a potential employment opportunity. She says though you sacrifice a lot to serve your country, the benefits go far beyond job security and a steady income.(Officer Rebecca Palmer - Police Officer, North Las Vegas Police Department)Her hair's pink now. It's a stable job. A good family environment. There's a lot of family support. Whether you're full family or single parents, and I think it's definitely a good career choice. As a mother, a police officer, and a Tech Sergeant, Rebecca Palmer works hard to keep her family and the streets of North Las Vegas safe, one block at a time. SrA Aaron Hauser, Nellis AFB, Nevada. Available in High Definition.

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CDC recommends people not get Johnson & Johnson vaccine if Pfizer, Moderna available [Video]

An advisory panel to the CDC said people should not get the Johnson & Johnson vaccine if the Pfizer or Moderna shots are available. The panel had a meeting on the rare but potentially life threatening blood clots linked to the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

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Apply to #MyBCC's ADN Program Today! (English) [Video]

The new deadline to apply for Berkshire Community College's Associate Degree in Nursing Program is February 1, 2022! Check out www.berkshirecc.edu/adn for more information and to apply today!