New Publix opening soon - WRCBtv.com | Chattanooga News, Weather & Sports 9. Center Stage. $26.50. TM. Interpol. 7:30 p.m. Nov. 10. Tabernacle. $30-$35. Israel Calls up Thousands More Reservists After Request for U.S. Ammunition - MyArkLaMiss.com - KTVE NBC 10 - KARD FOX 14 - Your homepage for the latest News, Weather and Sports in the ArkLaMiss! After more than three weeks of fighting, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Thursday that Israel would complete its goal of destroying Hamas' network of tunnels with or without a cease-fire. Netanyahu said this is just the first phase of the demilitarization of Gaza . While U.S. officials have called on Israel to do more to protect civilians, the United States has agreed to Israel's request to resupply it with several types of ammunition, a U.S. defense official told CNN on condition of anonymity. It's not an emergency sale, the official said. Among the items being bought are tank rounds and illumination rounds, the Pentagon said. Earlier, officials had said that 120mm mortar rounds and 40mm ammunition for grenade launchers were bought, but later corrected themselves to say that this ammunition was not in this shipment. Meanwhile, a number of shells fell Thursday next to a U.N. Q&A: Can Airlifting Rhinos Out of South Africa Save the Species? Now groceries are just a short walk from her doorstep. According to Elizabeth Renshaw, president of the North Shore Merchants Collective, not all area businesses owners were on board at first. They were unsure if the store would fit seamlessly into the community as far as its look and keeping the busy retail area pedestrian-friendly. A North Shore business owner and resident herself, Renshaw says the collective worked closely with the city of Chattanooga to make it a success. "I think they've done a really good job at trying to make it as appropriate for the community as it possibly could on that piece of property," says Renshaw. She goes on to say that attitudes are turning positive, and nearby businesses are looking forward to developing a good relationship with Publix. Other North Shore shoppers and residents agree and believe the new business is a good thing overall. "I guess it's good. Another place to shop for food," says Fernando Vela who lives on the North Shore. "Can't wait until Wednesday!" says Alizia Worsham, a regular North Shore shopper. A delegation from Russia's state aviation body said Thursday it also hoped to visit the site, an agency spokesman said. Sergei Izvolsky told the AP that a delegation of Russian specialists from Rosaviatsiya was due in the Ukrainian capital, Kiev, on Thursday to work with Australian and Dutch investigators and examine the wreckage of the plane. Representatives of the Dutch and Ukrainian commissions would not comment on the arrival of Russian officials. The European Union and the United States have formed a united front in accusing Russia of fomenting unrest in eastern Ukraine by supplying weapons to rebels. In Brussels, the EU formally adopted economic sanctions designed to pressure Russia to help bring about a peaceful solution to the Ukraine crisis. The measures, to be published in the EU's Official Journal later Thursday, will go into effect Friday. View gallery An Ukrainian government army's soldier gestures at a check-point in the village of Debaltseve, D Approved in principle by the EU's 28 member nations on Tuesday, the sanctions will restrict Russia's access to European capital markets, slap an embargo on the import and export of arms with Russia, ban the sale of dual-use goods and technology that might be of value to the Russian military. They will also halt the sale to Russia of equipment or technology destined for deep-water or Arctic oil drilling and exploration, as well as drilling for shale oil. In Donetsk, the rebel's acting political leader Vladimir Antyufeyev denied on Thursday that the separatist movement was being assisted by Moscow. "Neither I nor (rebel military commander Igor Girkin) knows or has met anybody from the Russian presidential administration," said Antyufeyev, and Russian national. Ukraine's parliament, meanwhile, voted Thursday not to accept the resignation of Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk. Investigators make it to Ukraine jet crash site - Yahoo News For example, Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya says it is the largest black rhino sanctuary in East Africa, after a historic relocation project in 2007 . Rhinos are moved a lot in southern Africa. There's a whole game-capture industry in South Africa. There are very professional teams that move rhinos from parks to private land, from private sellers to buyers. Each year there are game sales and auctions, and there are always rhinos for sale. So the teams that are doing this relocation with Rhinos Without Borders are well-heeled. As for cross-border relocations, I believe about 50 rhinos in the last ten years have been relocated from South Africa into Botswana. What's the mortality rate with these moves? Between 2 and 5 percent. Auto sales heat up in July on steep discounts | TribLIVE New vehicle sales rose 9 percent to 1.4 million, according to Autodata Corp. Automakers typically offer deals in the summer to clear out inventory before cars from the new model year arrive in the fall. But July's discounts were unusually high. Incentives rose 8 percent a or $216 per vehicle a over last July, according to Jesse Toprak, chief analyst for Cars.com . Incentives averaged $2,774 per vehicle, their towing truck for sale highest level since August 2010. Toprak said Ford, Toyota, Volkswagen and Hyundai were the most generous; GM and Honda spent less. Toyota was offering zero-percent financing on a five-year loan and $1,000 cash back on the Camry sedan. Ford offered $6,000 cash back on a new Expedition SUV. And Chrysler was peddling a $99-per-month, two-year lease on a Dodge Dart.