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COVID-19 reaches 'high' community risk level in Evanston

EVANSTON, Ill. (CBS) -- COVID-19 metrics have grown disturbing in north suburban Evanston, where the community risk has been elevated to the "high" level. The Evanston Department of Health and Human Service reported 397 new COVID-19 cases over the last seven days – up from 305 the prior week. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention determines community risk level based on three metrics of which cases are only one. The metrics are the number of new COVID-19 hospital admissions per 100,000 people over the past seven days, the percentage of staffed inpatient beds occupied by COVID-19 patients,...
EVANSTON, IL
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Shooting victim refuses to back down after being struck during argument in Bronx

A tough-as-nails gunshot victim refused to back down during an argument in the Bronx — even after taking a bullet to the foot, newly released video shows. The surveillance clip shows the two men arguing outside 140 West Fordham Road in University Heights just before 3:15 a.m. Monday, according to cops. One of the men, sporting an Allan Iverson 76ers jersey, is seen pulling a gun and firing off a round, striking the 28-year-old man in the foot. The victim briefly stops in pain but then walks it off, leaving a trail of bloody footsteps as he limps toward the armed man, still arguing. Cops said the dispute started in Fokkus Room & Cucine nearby and continued out onto the street. The unknown gunman took off in a white sedan, cops said. The victim was taken to St. Barnabas Hospital by private means. No arrests have been made.
BRONX, NY

Aromantic people may experience attraction in the absence of romantic love

**This is a work of nonfiction based on actual events that I have experienced firsthand; used with permission. Growing up, I fell headfirst into romanticism. I loved watching Disney movies where the handsome prince rescued the damsel in distress. I moved on to romantic comedies, and chick lit in my teens, devouring anything from Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks movies to Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts.
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LAPD officers provides updates on South LA shooting

CBS LA's Jeff Nguyen was on the scene of a shooting that occurred in South Los Angeles late Friday afternoon, leaving two - including a child - wounded. He spoke with an LAPD officer who provided updates on the investigation.
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Florida AG: Docs uncovered showing Biden, Mayorkas know their border policies help cartels, hurt US

Documents show President Biden and his Homeland Security chief, Alejandro Mayorkas, are knowingly engaging in policymaking that benefits transnational smuggling cartels and endangers the United States, Florida's attorney general said Friday. Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody announced on "America Reports" that her office has obtained documents she said show Mayorkas...
FLORIDA STATE

Rialto detective's relentless effort leads to return of kidnapped teen, suspect arrest in New York

A Rialto family's pleas for the return of their teenage daughter, who had been kidnapped on her way home from school, were answered after a week-long search and the tireless efforts of one detective brought the 17-year-old home safely. When their daughter didn't return home from school on April 30, they quickly reported her disappearance to authorities. The case was immediately given to Detective Agnes Watson, whose relentless work revealed evidence pointing towards a New York man she identified as 24-year-old Elijah Clark."Detective Watson believed there may be some kind of foul play, or something was wrong," said Rialto Police Department Corporal...
RIALTO, CA

With crime rising, Biden urges local leaders to use unspent Covid relief money to hire more police

President Biden comes under pressure to do more about rising crime rates. Biden urges cities and states to use unspent Covid relief money to pay for crime prevention programs and hire more officers. The White House says at least $10 million has been dedicated toward programs like mental health services, but leaders say there are other key factors contributing to increased crime.May 13, 2022.
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