It was the second day in court on Wednesday for Jefferson County Public Health, seeking a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction to force three religious schools in the county to comply with COVID-19 safety regulations.
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- CBS News
Madeline Baharlou-Quivey's message said she had strayed from the standard route to Kit Carson Peak.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Associated Press
Toufah Jallow’s name resonates deeply in Gambia as one of the few women who has taken a public stand against sexual assault in the small West African state. After Jammeh fell from power she later found the strength to go public with her story, despite Gambia's culture of silence over sexual assault, she told The Associated Press.
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.
A Black woman was missing for 12 days before she was found dead inside a parked police van in Alabama
The police said that Christina Nance climbed into a van on September 25 and that they believe no foul play was involved in her death.
- Town & Country
Early in season three of Succession, the Roys scramble to find a country without an extradition treaty with the United States. Here are a few of the most desirable places to go if you're trying not to get caught, like Logan Roy. The first episodes of the third season of Succession, which debuts on October 17, include discussion about countries might without extradition treaties with the United States might offer suitable accommodations for Logan Roy in case he needs to flee the United States.
- Associated Press
Los Angeles County is seeking to compel psychiatric evaluations for Kobe Bryant's widow and others to determine if they truly suffered emotional distress after first responders took and shared graphic photos from the site of the 2020 helicopter crash that killed the basketball star, his teenage daughter and seven others, court documents say. Vanessa Bryant, whose federal lawsuit against the county alleges invasion of privacy, has claimed in court papers that she has experienced “severe emotional distress” that has compounded the trauma of losing her husband and 13-year-old daughter, Gianna.
- Country Living
Our editor picks for the best gifts for mom, grandma, daughter, and friends. Here are the best presents for 2021.
A small Nigerian community claims Jewish ancestry dating hundreds of years but Israel does not recognise them.
Gabby Petito's mother says she 'wanted to jump through the screen and rescue her' after seeing police body camera footage of incident with Brian Laundrie
Body camera footage from August showed police interviewing a visibly distressed Petito after the couple was pulled over following an argument.
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.