Tulsa band recovering after freak accident injured member
Tulsa band recovering after freak accident injured member
Federal regulators have issued a $55,000 fine after St. Louis’ largest nursing home closed without warning, although experts said the amount collected will likely be smaller. The U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services announced the fine in a letter to the owners of Northview Village, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported. The 320-bed skilled nursing facility closed suddenly on Dec. 15 as the company that owned it struggled to meet payroll.
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The Formula 1 star, 39, revealed in a BBC podcast interview that he kept his exit from Mercedes under wraps from most people in his life
The Blueberry River First Nation (BRFN) health department hosted a discussion related to the anti-bullying movement Pink Shirt Day at their offices in Fort St. John on February 28th. This was the first time the First Nation had held a Pink Shirt Day event. The international movement started in Nova Scotia in 2007 when a pair of male students wore pink shirts to protest the bullying a fellow student received for wearing a pink shirt. Della Owens, an elder from Moberly Lake, facilitated the discus
The Biden administration will ask a court to reauthorize a domestic surveillance program before it expires in April, a U.S. Justice Department official said on Wednesday. The surveillance program, known as Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, allows law enforcement to trawl through intercepts of Americans' communications without a warrant. The Biden administration will file in March with the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court to renew the program before its April 12 expiration, Assistant Attorney General Matthew Olsen said in a statement.
Former Raven Torrey Smith testified in House and Senate committees on a bill that would require schools to come up with cardiac emergency action plans. Inspired by Damar Hamlin's cardiac incident on national television and local stories of cardiac arrest in youth sports. "Cardiac arrest is going to happen," said the former Raven and two-time Super Bowl champion. "Now how are we going to respond, are we going to sit there and wait on the back burner and not have everything in place to protect our kids or are we going to be the leaders and go out there and get it done for them and that's why I'm here today," added Smith.
OTTAWA — A Radio-Canada report says the federal government will reimpose a visa requirement on visitng Mexican nationals in response to a massive spike in asylum claims. Officials have not confirmed the report, but that hasn't stopped former Conservative immigration minister Jason Kenny from applauding the idea. But the Tourism Industry Association of Canada said it fears longer processing times for visitors who are major contributors to the economy. Radio-Canada says the decision is set to take
As Hello Kitty celebrates her 50th anniversary this year, parent company Sanrio is bringing a slew of programs and experiences for U.S. fans, including new Hello Kitty Cafe openings across North America. Breaking the news: Sanrio announced its plans in a press release Thursday to mark the beloved Japanese anthropomorphic cat’s 50th birthday. At present, there are three branches of the Hello Kitty Cafe in the U.S.: a Grand Cafe store in Irvine, California, which opened on Sept. 14, 2018, and two others in Las Vegas at MGM’s outdoor dining and entertainment area, The Park, and Fashion Show Las Vegas, which opened on July 12, 2019, and July 8, 2022, respectively.
The northernmost Smokehouse Creek Fire is at 0 per cent containment in Texas
Despite year hears on The Sopranos, Drea Matteo had two kids, a mother with dementia, a flooded house, a massive unpaid mortgage bill and $10 in the bank when she decided to post racy photos on the subscription site OnlyFans. The impact was immediate. “I was like, holy sh*t,” recalled the actress in a recent …
Coroner finds missing woman’s former lover, Ric Blum, lied and deceived inquest, but does not recommend charges against him
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Jets general manager Joe Douglas says the team took notice of Super Bowl star Mecole Hardman saying on a podcast he told the Kansas City Chiefs to “come get me” while he was disgruntled in New York earlier this season. “I’ll just say those comments definitely resonated with us,” Douglas told reporters Wednesday at the NFL combine. The wide receiver, who spent his first four NFL seasons with the Chiefs, signed with the Jets last March as a free agent. He struggled to find a ro
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Defensive tackle T'Vondre Sweat might have been the biggest guy on Texas' campus the past five seasons. It may be a fitting title for the NFL next season, too. After extra medical checks caused a nearly four-hour delay in his scheduled appearance at the league's annual scouting combine, the 6-foot-4, 365-pound former Texas star brushed aside any lingering concerns, stood at the podium and made sure it was worth the wait. “I’m just a big guy,” he said. “You know, a lot of peop
Fast food restaurants are diving deeper into the digital realm, adopting strategies that range from dynamic pricing to drive-thru voice bots and weather-based menu boards. Experts say the cutting-edge sales tactics have the potential to streamline service, lure new customers and fill in labour gaps amid high staff turnover, but they also warn the public may be put off by poor communication and privacy concerns. News of a plan at Wendy's to implement "dynamic pricing" drew backlash after CEO Kirk
7 News had a crew on the scene in the area of Route 5 and Lakeview Road Wednesday afternoon. We have reached out police for information, we are waiting to hear back.
Israel and Hamas have representatives in Qatar this week to work out the details of a proposed weeks-long pause in the fighting in the Gaza Strip. President Biden was hopeful for a deal to be reach by Monday, but Israel and Hamas remain skeptical. Here's where things stand.
Trump would need to sell over one million pairs of sneakers to cover the penalties from his fraud case.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Canadian sprinter Christopher Morales Williams is the all-time fastest runner in the indoor men's 400 metres — but not an official world record-holder in the distance — due to a technicality beyond his control. The 19-year-old University of Georgia sophomore ran a time of 44.49 seconds at the Randal Tyson Track Center on Saturday to win the NCAA Southeastern Conference (SEC) indoor championships. However, the performance can't be submitted to World Athletics for world-record
Biden defenders have tried to play down the campaign in Michigan, but it has only just begun, Richard Hall writes
The former politician is accused of working with a foreign spy ring which saw Australia as a "priority target".