The San Diego Superior court launched a new online tool this week that will give people more options when it comes to paying certain citations, like traffic tickets.
The Tampa Bay linebacker, whose 2-year-old daughter drowned in April, honored her memory following his team's win over Chicago
A Baltimore City Council committee voted Thursday on whether to approve Richard Worley's nomination as police commissioner, the first step before a final council vote. The City Council Rules and Legislative Oversight Committee voted unanimously to approve Worley's nomination. The hearing lasted three hours, and those who spoke had vastly different opinions of Worley.
Plantiga Technologies, a Vancouver-based movement analytics company, wants to help people improve rehabilitation and reduce injury risks through an artificial intelligence-powered monitoring sensor pod that can be embedded into shoes, orthotics or insoles to analyze users' movement patterns. Plantiga is participating in Startup Battlefield at TechCrunch Disrupt 2023, and while it's been around for a while -- it launched the fifth-generation of its sensor pod, Arc5, in June of this year, it's also had minimal exposure and funding, with only around $5.2 million to date. Quin Sandler, co-founder and CEO of Plantiga, started the company as a side project with his father, Norman McKay, in 2017.
The past weekend was a busy one for local Fire Departments as they battled a wildland fire south of the One Arrow First Nation sports grounds located on the south side of Highway 312 near the Gabriel Bridge. The fire burned in the brush and trees along the top of the riverbank which undoubtedly complicated efforts to bring the fire under control as there was much standing and fallen deadfall. The Wakaw Fire Department under the command of the new Fire Chief Larry Baker, operated as the Command U
A second-half injury to France skipper Antoine Dupont eclipsed a record win over Namibia which virtually sealed a place for the hosts in the last eight at the rugby union World Cup. Dupont went off in the 47th minute at the Vélodrome in Marseille with a face injury after his Namibia counterpart Johan Deysel tackled him.Referee Matthew Carley handed Deysel a yellow card which was upgraded while he was in the sin bin.When Deysel's head thudded into Dupont, France were leading 54-0.They scored anot
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Gilbert Burns doesn't see Leon Edwards losing his UFC welterweight title anytime soon.
Kevin James and Leah Remini are waxing nostalgic about The King of Queens on the long-running sitcom’s 25th anniversary. The CBS comedy premiered Monday, Sept. 21, 1998, and ran for nine seasons (and 207 episodes) through 2007. James and Remini played marrieds Doug and Carrie Heffernan, who shared a roof with Carrie’s eccentric father Arthur …
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The MBTA has ordered a 48-hour pause of all contractor construction work not taking place inside an established diversion area.
Although book censorship isn't a new issue, the United States has seen an escalation in book bans and attempted bans since 2021.
CFD: No injuries after apartment fire in Roselawn
The Philippines is exploring legal options against China accusing it of destruction of coral reefs within its exclusive economic zone (EEZ) in the South China Sea, an allegation rejected by Beijing an attempt to "create political drama". The Philippines foreign ministry late on Thursday said it was awaiting assessments from various agencies of the extent of environmental damage in Iroquois Reef in the Spratly islands and would be guided by solicitor general Menardo Guevarra.
It’s fall and as people start to get back into their regular “winter” activities the local Lions clubs are reminding people to consider joining them in their volunteer service to their communities. The Cudworth Lions Club has been active in Cudworth for over 60 years and posted on Facebook in the middle of August that new members were needed to keep their presence in the town. The Cudworth Lions contribute to several aspects of life in town and have for years run the annual poker rally, been par
WINNIPEG — Manitoba's three main party leaders squared off over health care, the cost of living and other issues during a one-hour televised leaders debate Thursday night in advance of the Oct. 3 provincial election. NDP Leader Wab Kinew, whose party is leading in opinion polls, was a frequent target of the other two leaders. Progressive Conservative Leader Heather Stefanson, aiming to lead her party to a third consecutive term, accused Kinew of promising $3 billion in new spending, which she sa
Military officials are disappearing - is this a sign of instability or Xi Jinping's strength?
U.S. semiconductor wafer maker AXT Inc said its Chinese subsidiary Beijing Tongmei had received initial export permits for shipping gallium arsenide and germanium substrates - compounds key to chipmaking - to certain customers. California-headquartered AXT, which has manufacturing facilities in China, said in July that it would seek permits to keep exporting gallium and germanium substrate products from China after Beijing abruptly announced it would impose export controls on the niche metals from August. The controls mark the latest salvo in an escalating war over access to high-tech microchips between China and the United States, and come as Washington considers new restrictions on the shipment of high-tech microchips to China.
Anthony Nesty made more history Thursday when he was picked to lead the U.S. men's swimming team in Paris, where he will become the first Black head coach for the powerhouse American squad at the Olympics. Nesty's selection was announced by USA Swimming, which also appointed Todd DeSorbo to head the women's squad next summer. Nesty, the University of Florida coach, works with top American swimmers such as Katie Ledecky, Caeleb Dressel and Bobby Finke. “I’m excited to be the men’s head Olympic co
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