Hot Spots to Eat in LA

Want to know some of the hottest spots to eat in Los Angeles? Well, you’ve come to the right place! Casual Dining: Photo courtesy of VisitWeho Sweetgreen is taking on a new approach to fast food. Their mission is to build healthier communities by connecting people to the power of real food. Everything on the… Continue reading Hot Spots to Eat in LA

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John Camp Fatally Struck in 2-Car Crash on Highway 74 [Perris, CA]

51-Year-Old Man Killed in Fatal Collision on Mazie Avenue PERRIS, CA (October 1, 2021) – Thursday morning, officers identified 51-year-old John Camp of Perris, after a deadly crash on Highway 74. The accident occurred around 5:10 a.m., at the intersection of Highway 74 and Mazie Avenue. Dispatchers arrived to the scene shortly after. Per reports,… Continue reading John Camp Fatally Struck in 2-Car Crash on Highway 74 [Perris, CA]

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Merck says COVID-19 pill cuts risk of death, hospitalization

In a potential leap forward in the global fight against the pandemic, drugmaker Merck said Friday that its experimental pill for people sick with COVID-19 reduced hospitalizations and deaths by half. If cleared by regulators, it would be the first pill shown to treat COVID-19, adding a whole new, easy-to-use weapon to an arsenal that… Continue reading Merck says COVID-19 pill cuts risk of death, hospitalization

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Spilka: Sports betting might not fit into ‘bandwidth’

Sports betting does not feature on Senate President Karen Spilka’s list of priorities for the fall lawmaking rush, and a string of high-profile incidents on the MBTA did not appear to move the Senate leader’s needle on transportation funding. In a Thursday interview where she outlined the Senate’s fall agenda, Spilka said she is “not… Continue reading Spilka: Sports betting might not fit into ‘bandwidth’

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Forever a rolling stone: Dylan going on tour — through 2024

NEW YORK (AP) — Bob Dylan is nothing if not confident. The music legend has quietly put concert tickets on sale for a tour in support of last year’s album, “Rough and Rowdy Ways.” His website bills it as a “World Wide Tour 2021-2024.” The concert business is slowly ramping up after the pandemic pause,… Continue reading Forever a rolling stone: Dylan going on tour — through 2024

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Biden vows to ‘get it done’ as talks drag on $3.5T plan

Making his case on Congress’ home ground, President Biden pledged Friday at the Capitol to “get it done” as Democrats strained to rescue a scaled-back version of his $3.5 trillion government-overhaul plan and salvage a related public works bill after days of frantic negotiations resulted in no deal. Biden huddled with House Democrats in a… Continue reading Biden vows to ‘get it done’ as talks drag on $3.5T plan

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Though poll shows support has grown, assisted suicide still divisive in Massachusetts

Nearly 10 years after a ballot question contemplating medically assisted suicide in Massachusetts narrowly failed, the issue is just as contentious as before, despite 2020 poll numbers suggesting 70% of Bay Staters support it. “These two bills are critically important and they would ensure that those who have been diagnosed with a terminal illness can… Continue reading Though poll shows support has grown, assisted suicide still divisive in Massachusetts

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California pushes 1st US vaccine mandate for schoolchildren

California is poised to impose the nation’s first coronavirus vaccine mandate for schoolchildren, a move announced Friday that could push other states to follow as many did after Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered the first statewide stay-at-home order in the U.S. during the early days of the pandemic. Newsom said the mandate won’t take effect for… Continue reading California pushes 1st US vaccine mandate for schoolchildren

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Judge questions whether Jan. 6 rioters are treated unfairly

Rejecting the recommendation of prosecutors, a federal judge sentenced a Jan. 6 rioter to probation on Friday and suggested that the Justice Department was being too hard on those who broke into the Capitol compared to the people arrested during anti-racism protests following George Floyd’s murder. U.S. District Court Judge Trevor McFadden questioned why federal… Continue reading Judge questions whether Jan. 6 rioters are treated unfairly

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‘Step In The Right Direction’: CPD Unveils Tip Hotline With Big Cash Rewards

CHICAGO (CBS) — Chicago police are putting their money where their mouth is. CPD is giving away massive amounts of cash for tips on illegal guns and murders in the city. CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey is asking do these kinds of rewards really work? The dollar amounts are noteworthy here. For example, a tipster… Continue reading ‘Step In The Right Direction’: CPD Unveils Tip Hotline With Big Cash Rewards

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