Shooting in Baltimore kills 1 and wounds 3 others, including a 2-year-old

(CNN) — At least one person was killed and three wounded — including a 2-year-old child — in a shooting in Baltimore on Saturday, police said. Authorities responded near the intersection of Pennsylvania and Laurens Ave. after 6 p.m. Saturday evening and found two adult males, one adult female and a 2-year-old shot, according to Baltimore Police… Continue reading Shooting in Baltimore kills 1 and wounds 3 others, including a 2-year-old

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Warriors brass facing tough decisions as NBA trade deadline nears

SAN FRANCISCO — What might really help make Bob Myers’ job much easier heading into this season’s trade deadline is a nice little winning streak. Victors of two straight for the first time since the turn of the calendar, the Warriors (25-24) have six games left before the Feb. 9 deadline, including four on the… Continue reading Warriors brass facing tough decisions as NBA trade deadline nears

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Protesters: ‘Cop City’ activist’s killing doesn’t make sense

ATLANTA (AP) — Tortuguita’s cautious voice rang out from a platform amid the tall pines the first time Vienna met them: “Who goes there?” she remembers them calling. The tree-dweller, who chose the moniker Tortuguita – Spanish for “Little Turtle” – over their given name, was perched above the forest floor in the woods just… Continue reading Protesters: ‘Cop City’ activist’s killing doesn’t make sense

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Tyre Nichols case revives calls for change in police culture

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — An unarmed Black man dies after a videotaped beating by police. The officers involved are fired. After a thorough review of the evidence, criminal charges are swiftly filed against the offending officers. Investigation, accountability and charges. This is often the most Black citizens can hope for as the deaths continue. Nationwide,… Continue reading Tyre Nichols case revives calls for change in police culture

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Firefighter injured following Miami efficiency blaze

A firefighter was injured after battling flames in Miami. Saturday morning, a fire broke out inside an efficiency near Northwest 59th Terrace and Fifth Avenue. The firefighter suffered minor burns and was taken to the hospital. Unfortunately, the home was destroyed and five people were displaced.

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Column: Tackling some relevant topics as the sports calendar nears its annual post-Super Bowl lull

While most look forward to the NFL conference championship games, chronic sufferers of PSBD — or post-Super Bowl disorder — dread the thought of only one game remaining after Sunday before the long, agonizing wait for the 2023 season. Fortunately there are many other diversions to get you through your post-Super Bowl malaise, including the… Continue reading Column: Tackling some relevant topics as the sports calendar nears its annual post-Super Bowl lull

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France must raise pension age to 64, prime minister says

PARIS (AP) — France’s prime minister insisted Sunday that the government’s plan to raise the retirement age from 62 to 64 is “no longer negotiable,” further angering parliamentary opponents and unions who plan new mass protests and disruptive strikes this week. Raising the pension age is one part of a broad bill that is the… Continue reading France must raise pension age to 64, prime minister says

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Reportedly, Spice Girls will reunite for King Charles’ coronation

The multimillion-selling girl group – comprised of Geri Halliwell, Mel B, Victoria Beckham, Melanie C, and Emma Bunton – met the then-Prince Charles several times during their heyday in the 1990s, and while they have not performed as a five-piece since the closing ceremony of the London Olympics in 2012, royal organisers are said to… Continue reading Reportedly, Spice Girls will reunite for King Charles’ coronation

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