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Starbucks union workers in South Carolina confronted a manager on video. Employees say the company suspended them and closed the store

Starbucks workers at a store in Anderson, South Carolina, presented a letter of demands to their store manager on 1 August in an interaction that has since racked up millions of views on TikTok.Workers at the store were the first in the south to form a union by a unanimous vote of 18-0, joining more than 200 unionised corporate-run retail stores representing thousands of workers at the coffee giant.In the video, showing what is a called a “march on the boss” action, the manager stands up from a table and nudges one of the workers as they leave toward...
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2023 Four-Star Forward Coen Carr Commits to Michigan State Spartans

The Michigan State Spartans added yet another big commit to the 2023 class yesterday when forward Coen Carr announced on his Instagram account he is committing to MSU. Carr hails from Stockbridge, Georgia originally and is a four-star forward. The 6-foot-7 and 200 pound forward currently attends Legacy Early College...
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One person stabbed in downtown Greenville, police say

GREENVILLE, S.C. — Police are investigating a stabbing in downtown Greenville. Police said they got a call about 10:30 a.m. Wednesday about an assault on the sidewalk in front of 525 S. Academy Street. That is the address for Project Host. Officers said they found one person with a...
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Downtown break in leads to arrest

Officers were unable to contact any Lululemon employees at the time of the event, reporting that they left a note for staff and taped the location off with police tape until further contact could be made.
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USDA invests $1 million in two South Carolina healthy feeding projects

COLUMBIA, S.C. — The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has granted $1 million in funds to two South Carolina organizations working to improve dietary health and nutrition in their communities. The grants are part of the $8 million available nationwide through the USDA's American Rescue Plan and will be administered through the organization's National Institute of Food and Agriculture.
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