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Police said one individual was detained and five victims were reported after a shooting near the intersection of Bourbon Street and Orleans Avenue in New Orleans, Louisiana, on August 1.John Gualtieri filmed a video near the shooting site that shows the crowd fleeing.“Let’s go, let’s go. Inside, inside! Come on man,” a voice can be heard saying to Gualtieri.New Orleans Police Department said the investigation remained active and ongoing. Credit: John Gualtieri via Storyful
Patients will get a jab in each arm — one for flu and another for Covid — under current plans
BLY, Oregon (AP) — Firefighters in Oregon reported good progress in the battle against the nation's largest wildfire, while authorities canceled evacuation orders near a major blaze in Northern California. Containment of the Bootleg Fire in remote southern Oregon was up to 74% on Sunday. It was 56% contained a day earlier. “That reflects several good days of work on the ground where crews have been able to reinforce and build additional containment lines,” fire spokesman Al Nash said Sunday. The
Gibson, Realmuto lead the Phillies to 15-4 win
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Yan Gomes homered in his Oakland debut, fellow newcomer Starling Marte got three hits and stole three bases, and the Athletics beat the Los Angeles Angels 8-3 on Sunday. Gomes, acquired from Washington at the trade deadline Friday, hit a two-run homer. Marte joined the A's a couple days earlier in a trade with Miami. Daulton Jefferies (1-0) earned his first major league victory, allowing three runs and three hits in five innings. He walked three and struck out three as the
Albert Pujols doubled home three runs to cap a fiverun second inning, Mookie Betts homered in his return from the injured list and the Los Angeles Dodgers hammered the Arizona Diamondbacks 130 on Sunday.
Olympics organizers are investigating a group of athletes who were found drinking alcohol in the Olympic village on Friday night.That's according to the CEO of the Tokyo Games, Toshiro Muto, who announced the investigation during a press conference on Sunday.TOSHIRO MUTO: “Currently we are investigating the situation…”Muto did not give details on the number of athletes involved or their nationalities.Tokyo police were also at the scene, Muto said, adding it was not clear if they took any action.Organizers had previously said athletes were permitted to drink alcohol only in their rooms and only if alone, as a precaution against coronavirus infection.Unlike the strict COVID-19 lockdowns seen elsewhere, Tokyo is under a looser state of emergency that includes curbs on restaurant hours and the serving of alcohol.The Games are taking place in Tokyo without spectators, and athletes and Olympic visitors have remained in a “bubble” with regular testing for the coronavirus.
Actor Jay Pickett died before filming a scene on his Western "Treasure Valley" in Idaho. "Ride like the wind, partner," his co-star and friend wrote.
Kim, Cronenworth guide Padres to 8-1 win vs. Rockies
DALLAS (AP) — The Dallas Mavericks picked up the $4.1 million team option on center Willie Cauley-Stein's contract, opting to keep a player who provides depth in a frontcourt headlined by Kristaps Porzingis. Cauley-Stein came to Dallas in a deal with Golden State before the trading deadline in 2019-20. He played 13 games for the Mavericks before the pandemic shut down the season, then opted out of the restart in the Florida bubble. The 27-year-old played 53 games in sporadic duty under coach Ric
SAN DIEGO (AP) — Ha-Seong Kim homered and drove in three runs, and Jake Cronenworth contributed three hits to lead the San Diego Padres to an 8-1 victory Sunday and a split of a four-game series against the Colorado Rockies. The Padres were playing their second game since Fernando Tatis Jr. went on the injured list with a shoulder problem. They had plenty of punch without him in the series finale against the Rockies. Rookie starter Reiss Knehr made his second big league appearance and lasted thr
The nine-year-old girl was the first person in the UK to have air pollution recognised as a cause of death
At fundraiser, McCarthy says it will 'be hard not to hit' Pelosi with gavel if he becomes speaker
KELOWNA, B.C. — Police in Kelowna, B.C., have cordoned off an area surrounding a two-person shooting following the discovery of what is believed to be an undetonated explosive device. RCMP Cpl Jocelyn Noseworthy says in a statement the Pandosy Street area will remain closed until the RCMP's Explosive Disposal Unit safely deals with the device. She says two male victims were taken to hospital Saturday evening following what is believed to be a targeted attack. The RCMP say no arrests have been ma
The move could mean that popular holiday destinations are moved on to the red hotel quarantine list at short notice.
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A study from the CDC found that 346 of the 469 COVID infections that happened during large summer gatherings between July 3–17 in Provincetown were breakthrough cases
British and Irish Lions prop Kyle Sinckler has been cited for an alleged biting incident during Saturday’s Second Test against South Africa. World Rugby confirmed on Sunday night that the England tighthead had been summoned to an independent disciplinary hearing on Tuesday for an incident that took place in the 64th minute of the Springboks’ 27-9 victory at Cape Town Stadium that levelled the three-match series at 1-1 with a winner-takes-all decider to come next weekend. The Bristol front row was the only player from either team to be cited by Australian Scott Nowland following Saturday’s ill-tempered Second Test that saw emotions boil over on several occasions, particularly during an ugly, stop-start first half that took more than an hour to complete.
PHOENIX — Health officials in Arizona on Sunday reported more than 2,000 new COVID-19 cases for the second consecutive day. They say the 2,306 new cases and five additional deaths pushed the state’s totals to 929,541 cases and 18,251 known deaths since the pandemic began more than a year ago. Arizona had reported 2,066 new cases and 22 deaths on Saturday, the highest daily total since early March. The numbers have been quickly climbing with 1,759 cases and 15 deaths reported Thursday and 1,965 c
Tennessee's search for a solution to their kicking problems continued Sunday when the Titans claimed Sam Ficken off waivers from the New York Jets and waived undrafted free agent Blake Haubeil.