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- KMGH - Denver Scripps
Surveillance video provided to Denver7 by the manager of the Conoco on Zuni Street and Speer Boulevard shows three people, two of them armed with a gun, walk into the convenience store about 5 a.m.
- Business Insider
Making fun of anti-vaxxers who died of COVID-19 is a dark indication that we've all surrendered to the disease
We don't have to be nice to anti-vaxxers, but instead of making light of them when they die from COVID-19, let's try and prevent that from happening.
A group of thieves smashed display cases at a jewelry store in Daly City and made off with merchandise in an incident captured on video. Betty Yu reports. (9-17-21)
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
The ice cream truck driver was sentenced to 33 months in prison.
Although the oldest members of Generation Z are just now entering their mid-20s, it was an 80-year-old man who gave a voice to their collective disgust with the system that they were inheriting....
- LA Times
The FBI's attempt to confiscate tens of millions of dollars from Beverly Hills safe deposit boxes draws resistance and charges of government misconduct.
- The Daily Beast
Amy Sussman/APSIOUX FALLS, South Dakota—Some of the most successful and well-known senior golfers in the world teed off in Sioux Falls on Friday.They are competing in a tournament that bears the name of a billionaire caught up in a child pornography investigation, but the golfers and fans are more concerned with pars than porn.T. Denny Sanford, a banker and philanthropist and the richest man in South Dakota, donated $1 billion to a health service that put his name on it. Four years ago, it start
It's unclear how many people go missing in national parks but the National Parks Service has 29 cold cases of missing people dating back to 1958.
- The State
Despite the jumpsuit and shackles, Alex Murdaugh’s privilege remained intact, our Opinion Editor writes. | Opinion
“Living while Black in Japan” is a short documentary made by filmmaking couple Keith Bedford and Shiho Fukada about what it’s like for Black Americans living in Japan. About the film: The documentary, uploaded to NPR’s YouTube channel, features three women and three men from the Black American community in Japan who shared their views on sensitive topics such as police and racism in the U.S. George Floyd’s killing had struck a chord among the interviewees, with some expressing concern that the same could happen to their loved ones back in the U.S.
- KTRK – Houston
The women were asked to show proof of vaccination in order to eat inside a New York City restaurant.
Hermela Aregawi reports on the arrest of 29-year-old Joshua Wells, from Long Beach, who police say was on the run in near a family member's home in Iowa after allegedly gunning down a husband and wife after a parking having a reported parking dispute with them.
- Los Angeles Times Opinion
Readers say LAPD employees are misusing religious exemptions to COVID-19 vaccination and putting the public at risk.
Police say the 30-year-old man raped and killed a child in the city of Hyderabad last week.
- Associated Press
The knock on the door that Kristen Bigogno has long dreaded finally arrived Friday — two St. Louis deputies came to evict her, joined by a couple of other men there to change the locks on the apartment. The eviction was months in the making, yet it felt sudden to Bigogno. The judgment against her was last winter, but thanks to a national moratorium, she got a reprieve that ended with a Supreme Court ruling last month.
- NBC News
After more than 20 years researching her family’s origin in America, Nicka Sewell-Smith found the name of an uncle who had filed a complaint about having his
Man stole $500K of missing brother’s Social Security checks over decades — until facial recognition put authorities on his trail
Chris Sayler will serve two years for pocketing $500,000 in social security payments earmarked for his brother Jarvis, who went missing in 1988.
- Associated Press
The mayor of San Francisco was spotted dancing and singing along to live music without a mask at an indoor nightclub, despite a strict order by her public health department that requires wearing masks at indoor establishments unless someone is actively eating or drinking. Mayor London Breed, a Democrat, has promoted restrictive measures aimed at curbing the coronavirus, frustrating business owners who have had to shut down or limit customers. The San Francisco Chronicle reported the mayor was at the Black Cat nightclub Wednesday for an impromptu late night performance by two of the original three members of popular R&B act Tony!
- Miami Herald
Forget tumbling off milk crates for now.
Starting this week, New York requires people dining at restaurants indoors to show proof of at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine.