A mild winter can't erase the toll soaring inflation and higher energy prices have had on Americans. More are seeking help paying utilities bills.
The fire department workers allegedly "failed to conduct an adequate patient assessment of Mr Nichols".
Lisa Marie Presley left her trust to her children, as she "did not have a relationship" with mom Priscilla Presley, a friend close to the star tells PEOPLE
Outfielder Hunter Renfroe went to salary arbitration with the Los Angeles Angels on Monday in the first case to be argued this year. Renfroe, who turned 31 on Saturday, requested a raise from $7.65 million to $11.9 million and the Angels asked arbitrators Melinda Gordon, Scott Buchheit and John Stout to pick $11.25 million. Renfroe’s hearing was the first in person since 2020, just before the pandemic, and followed two years of Zoom arguments.
A representative from the Dallas Police Department tells PEOPLE that it is believed that the animals were intentionally taken from their enclosure
WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — Residents in New Zealand's largest city were bracing Tuesday for another deluge and more flooding, four days after Auckland endured its wettest day on record in a storm that killed four people. A state of emergency was in place for Auckland, and officials had closed schools for the week and were asking people to work from home if possible. Heavy rain was expected from Tuesday evening through Wednesday morning. “This rain is expected to cause dangerous river conditi
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The fate of a required Indigenous course for Alberta lawyers is at risk after a group petitioned the Law Society of Alberta (LSA) to remove a rule that allows the regulator to mandate legal education. Currently, all Alberta lawyers are required to take a free, five-hour online course called The Path, which teaches Indigenous cultural competency. Those who don't face suspension. After receiving a petition signed by 50 of the province's 11,100 lawyers, the law society has issued notice of a specia
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — When officers pulled over a van for speeding outside of Arches National Park in August 2021, they found a visibly distraught young couple in an emotional fight. Gabby Petito, 22, and her boyfriend Brian Laundrie, 23, were driving across the United States, and upon observing the couple, police officers in Moab, Utah, decided to separate them for a night rather than issue a domestic violence citation or investigate further. That decision proved fateful when, about a month lat
A GoFundMe will cover the costs of the family’s mental health services and support a memorial skate park
Check out the Fort Worth-area high school boys and girls soccer players that are leading in goals, assists and points.
The star of the iconic sitcom died following a brief illness, according to a statement from her family
Singapore, 31 January 2023 – KoverNow, an insurtech start-up company based in Singapore, has today announced the appointment of National University of Singapore (NUS) Associate Professor of Marketing, Juin-Kuan Chong. Professor Chong, who is a behavioral scientist and data scientist by training, currently carries out research focusing on the challenges of nudging people to adopt useful technology. He joins KoverNow as a non-executive director. Professor Chong’s expertise is in using behavioral a
Additional Memphis officials have been fired amid the fallout over Tyre Nichols’ death
Rhino poaching in Namibia nearly doubled last year, according to government data.
Jacqueline and Trezell West, the adoptive parents of missing boys Orrin and Orson West, made a court appearance for a hearing on Mon, Jan 30.
Abby Meyers scored 24 points and Diamond Miller added 14 as No. 8 Maryland began a busy week with an 87-66 rout of Penn State on Monday night. The Terrapins (18-4, 9-2 Big Ten) face No. 6 Iowa on Thursday and No. 10 Ohio State on Sunday, but they made short work of the Lady Lions (12-10, 3-8), holding them to 18 points in the first half. Maryland closed the opening quarter with a 20-2 run and made its final nine shots of the period.
PENSACOLA, Fla. (AP) — Former President Donald Trump filed a lawsuit Monday against journalist Bob Woodward, claiming he never had permission to publicly release interview recordings made for the book “Rage.” The lawsuit was filed in federal court in Pensacola, Florida, against Woodward, his publisher Simon & Schuster Inc., and the publisher’s parent company Paramount Global. Trump’s attorneys are seeking nearly $50 million in damages. Simon & Schuster and Woodward released a joint response sayi
The #Wolfpack’s home opener is against Notre Dame, with Clemson and North Carolina also visiting Carter-Finley Stadium.
Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva on Monday said Moscow made a mistake invading Ukraine, but speaking alongside German Chancellor Olaf Scholz he kept clear of condemning the Russian attack. It was the third time on his South American tour that Scholz failed to rally strong support for the Ukrainian war effort. "I think Russia made the classic mistake of invading another country's territory, so Russia is wrong," Lula told reporters.