FBI designates 61 active shooter incidents in 2021
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FBI designates 61 active shooter incidents in 2021
If the arbitrator renders a suspension that is less than one year, will the NFL appeal? “I honestly think the NFL will go with what [Sue] Robinson decides," a source said.
Designers continue to showcase their Spring/Summer 2023 collections at Paris Fashion Week Men's,...
The UK's communications regulator is calling on young people to help protect each other by reporting harmful content online. Ofcom says two-thirds of youngsters aged between 13 and 17 see harmful content online but only 16% report it. As it waits for the government's Online Safety Bill to go through parliament, it has called on young people to help tackle online harms themselves.
MONTREAL — Canada’s elite and U-23 mixed relay teams both fought for fifth-place finishes to cap off the inaugural World Triathlon Mixed Relay Championships in Montreal on Sunday. Two-time Olympian, Tyler Mislawchuk, led a new-look squad of Canucks to the start line in the elite race. The Oak Bluff, Man., resident was joined by Emy Legault (Ile Perrot, Que.), Charles Paquet (Port-Cartier, Que.) and Dominika Jamnicky (Guelph, Ont.). The Canadian four-pack combined for a time of 1:29:06. “It has b
The famous harmonies and solos floated and soared in equal measure over the 65,000-person crowd.
The city that has hundreds of murals added a new one to its walls – this one celebrates Sacramento's diversity. Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg and councilwoman and Vice Mayor Angelique Ashby were at the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the 'Victory & Rhythm' mural on Sunday. The newest mural to grace city walls is in the Gardenland Northgate neighborhood. You can find it at 2630 Northgate Blvd. at SP Liquor & Market.
A Sacramento nonprofit organization gave out hundreds of free gas cards to community members on Sunday to help with rising gas prices across California. More than 400 gas gift cards totaling $8,500 were given out, according to Berry Accius, founder of Voice of the Youth. "We really appreciate this gift card, gas is high as heck, and babies got to get to summer school, doctors appointments, we need it," one woman who got a $50 gas card said.
They're both also offering expenses for women forced to travel out of state for abortions now that the Supreme Court has struck down Roe v. Wade.
Some politicians say decision in Roe v Wade will ‘save lives’ but prime minister emphasises ‘in Australia, this is not a matter for partisan political debate’
First air strikes on capital in weeks landed hours before allies met in Bavaria
BETHLEHEM, Pa. (AP) — Padraig Harrington knew the U.S. Senior Open was in his hands Sunday with a five-shot lead. Part of him hoped for an easy day, a chance to wave to the gallery and maybe even show off with some aggressive play that wouldn't cost him. He got the win. It was a lot harder than he wanted. Harrington went from a six-shot lead at the turn to holding off Steve Stricker, and he delivered with a 30-foot birdie putt and three tough lag putts for par to capture his first senior win. “I
Runners from across the globe crossed the finish line Sunday morning, completing the world’s oldest endurance run. The race's founders said since its inception in 1974, the Western States Endurance Run represents one of the ultimate endurance tests in the world. The race starts each year in Olympic Valley near the site of the 1960 Winter Olympics and ends 100.2 miles later in Auburn.
The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure is still working on its policy regarding road markings for pedestrian crossings, including rainbow crosswalks. The Sounder checked in with the ministry (MOTI) in June after previous outreach in November 2021. At that time, MOTI said it was drafting a policy on such road markings and that once an approved policy was in place, it would be in a position to work with local partners to discuss locations for markings such as rainbow crosswalks. In Octo
Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools ranks as one of the school districts in need of the most number of seismic upgrades to its buildings. According to the district’s May 2021 long-range facilities plan (LRFP), 36 of the school district’s 43 school facilities require a seismic upgrade. Not all of those facilities are currently open though some have been rented out or are used as swing space while other schools are in upgrade mode. Such is the case with Rutherford Elementary, which is the temporary h
The artist made the comments in reaction to the Roe v. Wade impacting decision ahead of presenting an award Sunday night
In his truce with Lil Nas X, Jack Harlow threw his support of the rapper by donning a tribute t-shirt with his likeness on the red carpet at the BET Awards in Los Angeles. The Old Town Road composer had been boycotting the BET Awards since being snubbed by award show. The rapper previously posted […]
Jury selection in the case of accused killer Paul Flores is expected to start Monday after being postponed a week. The selection was supposed to start on June 20 but was postponed last week due to a health concern. Flores is accused of killing Cal Poly student Kristin Smart back in 1996. The trials of Paul Flores, and his father Ruben Flores, who is charged with accessory, were moved to Monterey County after a judge ruled the father and son could not get a fair trial in San Luis Obispo County.
In an exclusive interview on The West Block, former Conservative senate leader Marjory LeBreton expressed worries for the party she's worked with for decades over the divisive direction it now seems to be heading. As Abigail Bimman reports, LeBreton is pushing back against the dangerous rhetoric growing popular among its members, including those running for its leadership.
Footage on social media showed flames, damage and debris from a terraced red brick house.
A 19-year-old man was arrested in Sacramento after he assaulted two people, vandalized a vehicle and resisted arrest, authorities said. The assault happened on Saturday around 3:30 p.m. in the 2000 block of Fair Oaks Boulevard near Howe Avenue, the Sacramento Police Department said. Mario White fled the area and was later found by officers. He also tried to run from officers, according to police.