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- The Wrap
KTVU's Frank Somerville wanted to add a note about the disproportionate coverage of missing white women
- NY Daily News
A school bus driver was fatally stabbed in front of students after picking them up from a Washington state elementary school Friday afternoon, authorities said. The alleged killer, who is now in custody, got on the bus near Longfellow Elementary in the city of Pasco around 3 p.m. and launched the knife attack as multiple children watched in horror, according to police. The victim lost control ...
An Asian woman who suffered a bloodied mouth after an unprovoked attack in Los Angeles is seeking justice as her alleged assailant continues to walk free. What happened: Jennifer Chen, a Canadian national visiting the city, was alone in her car when a man allegedly approached her, uttered a racial slur and punched her in the mouth. Chen, 30, was sitting on the driver’s side when the alleged attack occurred.
- USA TODAY
For your weekend reading, we've started in-case-you-missed-it compilations of some of the week's top USA TODAY Opinion pieces.
- Idaho Statesman
An alarm system told the operators there was a problem on the ride, but they were not trained enough to know what it meant, the report said.
- The Daily Beast
John Martin/Public DomainIf the hand of God were to reach out and smite people, then it might look a lot like a meteor. Or at least if a meteor was to smite the earth, then people might think that it was the hand of God. This is the argument of a paper published this week in the prestigious science journal Nature. Studying the effects of a meteor that devastated part of Jordan valley some 3,600 years ago, the authors suggest that it was this cosmic event that gave rise to the Sodom and Gomorrah
- Raleigh News and Observer
Many historical factors set the table for gentrification — a phenomenon happening in cities all over the US, including right here at home.
- KMGH - Denver Scripps
One man is dead and at least two people were wounded in a shooting outside a Walgreens in Broomfield. One man is in custody.
- USA TODAY
Some people are calling the "mark of the beast" in the New Testament's Book of Revelation the COVID-19 vaccine. Here's what the Bible says.
FedEx fires driver who refused to deliver to homes with flags representing BLM, Biden administration
A former FedEx driver who vowed in a profanity-laced video to never deliver packages to houses championing the Black Lives […] The post FedEx fires driver who refused to deliver to homes with flags representing BLM, Biden administration appeared first on TheGrio.
- Business Insider
Meet the female truckers making six-figures driving 80,000 pound vehicles across the country. The industry wants to recruit more of them.
The trucking industry anticipates a shortage of 100,000 drivers by 2023, and many recruiters are hoping women will take the wheel.
- NBC News
A new report from the Pew Research Center estimates that between 195,000 and 697,000 people of Taiwanese descent live in the United States, rectifying a
A school board meeting allowed both sides to air their views, but little appears settled.
The 24-year-old's clothes, phone and wallet were in his crashed car, which was found abandoned on its side in rough desert terrain.
- Los Angeles Times Opinion
Letters to the Editor: A letter sided with anti-vaccine firefighters and cops. Readers aren't having it
In response to a letter that said government employees should not be fired for refusing vaccination, readers say this isn't about personal freedom.
- Charlotte Observer
Stolen diapers, power tools and appliances were stacked “floor to ceiling” in a Cabarrus County home, the sheriff said.
- Kansas City Star
A judge ordered Rae’s Cafe, located in a strip center along Missouri 7 highway, to cease operations until it receives a valid food permit.
- KABC – Los Angeles
A family is outraged over a judge's ruling after they say he was too lenient toward the woman who killed their father in Riverside County, claiming the punishment doesn't fit the crime.
- Associated Press
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — You’re lucky, the U.S. officials said. “You’re going to see your family.” The authorities had called out numbers corresponding to raffle-like tickets the Haitians had been issued when they were detained after crossing the border into Texas.
- CBS News
The 19-year-old student was found unresponsive at an off-campus house in February.