Twenty-ninth and G Streets, at the edge of a residential Midtown Sacramento neighborhood, is an area Lorraine Garrison no longer lets her 13-year-old daughter use as a path from their home to Sutter Middle School. “I don't feel safe with my daughter walking to school,” said Garrison “She doesn't feel safe.” Families in her community are disappointed that their kids, finally attending school in-person again, can't get there on foot or by bicycle without facing obstacles and potential danger.
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- CBS News
Madeline Baharlou-Quivey's message said she had strayed from the standard route to Kit Carson Peak.
- Associated Press
A man charged with raping a woman on a commuter train just outside of Philadelphia harassed her for more than 40 minutes while multiple people held up their phones to seemingly record the assault without intervening, authorities said. More than two dozen train stops passed as the man harassed, groped and eventually raped the woman, the police chief for the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority said at a news conference Monday. Both the man and woman got on the train at the same stop Wednesday night in North Philadelphia.
- Atlanta Black Star
A California Construction Worker Asked a Speeding Motorist to Slow Down. He Was Shot Seven Times In Response.
The family of a California Black construction worker wants answers after their loved one was shot several times in what is now being looked at […]
- NBC News
More than a month later, loved ones are still reeling from the loss, which experts say was the result of housing issues, climate change's hidden toll on low-income immigrants and more.
On Monday, Hillsborough County Sheriff Chad Chronister announced details of a 20-day long, undercover human trafficking operation that saw 125 men arrested and four women freed.
- Fox News
Chicago museum fires all of it's mostly White female, financially well-off docents for lack of diversity
The Art Institute of Chicago fired all of its trained volunteers and guides last month, who were mostly older White women, in order to diversify its team.
A federal judge on Monday ruled the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill did not discriminate against white and Asian American applicants in a closely watched case challenging the consideration of race in undergraduate student admissions. The ruling by U.S. District Judge Loretta Biggs in Winston-Salem came in a lawsuit by Students for Fair Admissions, a group founded by conservative anti-affirmative action activist Edward Blum that is pursuing a similar case against Harvard University. SFFA is appealing its loss in the Harvard case to the U.S. Supreme Court, potentially giving its conservative majority a chance to end affirmative action policies used to increase the number of Black and Hispanic students on American campuses.
- In The Know by Yahoo
Teen son accidentally records the moment Dad walks in on him doing his makeup: ‘I’m always with you’
"What are you doing? Turn on the lights." The post Teen son accidentally records the moment Dad walks in on him doing his makeup: ‘I’m always with you’ appeared first on In The Know.
- KTNV - Las Vegas Scripps
Las Vegas police are investigating a deadly freeway shooting near McCarran Airport early Monday morning.
- Business Insider
Walgreens cited shoplifting as rationale for closing 5 stores in San Francisco, but local officials, data, and experts cast doubt on that explanation
Police data obtained by the San Francisco Chronicle found the closing stores had on average less than two shoplifting reports per month since 2018.
- Rolling Stone
The two aren't exactly raising tons of money for their own campaigns either
- Raleigh News and Observer
The officer tells the woman he will count down from five, then breaks the window with his baton after three.
- Business Insider
Water Valley, which is 50 miles south of Nashville, has four former stores and a barn. The real estate broker said she'd received 93 calls in one day.
A South Carolina teacher was arrested after a student took a pack of marijuana edibles from a prize box in her classroom, sheriff says
The South Carolina teacher asked the student to select another prize, but the student selected another bag of marijuana gummies, the sheriff said.
- Washington Examiner
Video footage shows a maskless President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden walking through a Washington, D.C., restaurant, breaking the city's mask mandate for indoor venues.
- Fox News
Loudoun County prosecutor who sought to jail father of girl allegedly raped at school tied to Soros, McAuliffe
Loudoun County Commonwealth's Attorney Buta Biberaj, who sought jail time against Scott Smith after his June school board meeting arrest, has ties to progressive megadonor George Soros and Democratic Virginia gubernatorial nominee Terry McAuliffe.
- NBC News
The band was playing at the Chase Center when a fan fell to his death around 9 p.m. Sunday, authorities said.
Gordon Klein, a long-time professor at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), has sued the college in response […] The post UCLA professor sues university after facing backlash amid George Floyd protests appeared first on TheGrio.
Colombian man sentenced to prison after being caught driving ‘narco submarine’ full of cocaine — for the second time
Coast Guard officers found over 4,000 pounds of cocaine worth $35 million aboard the submersible after a dangerous encounter at sea, prosecutors say.
A California man who twice broke into his dad's former home was fatally shot by the new owners, authorities say
The intruder was shot and killed after he broke into the home for a second time hours after he was released from jail for the first break-in.