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Former Deep Ellum Bartender Austin Shuffield found guilty of assault

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) - A Dallas County jury has found Austin Sheffield guilty of obstruction and assault. The former bartender was indicted on two felony and two misdemeanor charges for assaulting L'Daijohnique Lee, 24, in a parking lot in 2019. Lee said the night of the assault, she had pulled into...
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Justin Fields leads quarterbacks in QBR for Week 13

Justin Fields led all quarterbacks in QBR for Week 13, outside of the Bucs-Saints MNF game. The Bears' second-year quarterback recorded a 90.6 QBR for Week 13, 0.1 points higher than Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes. Ironically, both Fields and Mahomes lost in Week 13. Nonetheless, Fields' ability to top the...

Carbon County Man Charged with Manslaughter in Girlfriend’s Death

A Carbon County man has been formally charged with manslaughter after being arrested on Friday following the death of his girlfriend in 2019. Colton James Price, age 27, was originally booked into the Carbon County Jail for murder, felony discharge of a firearm and obstruction of justice on Dec. 2.

One person seriously injured in overnight shooting on German St. in Erie

One person is seriously injured following an overnight shooting in Erie. Calls went out for the shooting in the 2900 block of German Street just after 1:30 a.m. Monday. According to Erie Police, when they arrived on the scene they found a man suffering from a gunshot wound. He was taken to UPMC Hamot for treatment.

Springfield Police investigating murder on School Street

SPRINGFIELD, MA (WGGB/WSHM) - One person is under arrest following a homicide in Springfield. Springfield Police spokesperson Ryan Walsh said that officers were called to a reported stabbing at an apartment on the 0-100 block of School Street around 5:10 a.m. Monday. Officers arrived and found an adult male victim...

Former Court Executive Suing Sonoma Court System and Judge

The former executive officer of Sonoma County Superior Court is suing the state court system and Sonoma County’s presiding judge. Arlene Junior, who left in May, alleges that she faced workplace discrimination due to her race and was forced out for reporting improper and racist behavior by court employees. She says Judge Shelly Averill fired her after a disagreement over a staffing request made by another judge. Junior says her rights were violated under the First Amendment, the Fair Employment and Housing Act, the California Labor Code and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Judge Averill responded with a statement calling the suit “unfortunate” while denying allegations.

Arrest made in homicide shooting near Kutztown campus

MAXATAWNY TOWNSHIP, BERKS COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) — State police say they have arrested the suspect involved in a shooting that left one man dead near the Kutztown University campus. According to Pennsylvania State Police, Xzavier Wayman, 22, of Philadelphia was taken into custody without incident, Monday around 9:30 a.m. Police...

WATCH: Attorney General Steve Marshall to speak on status of executions in Alabama

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WIAT) — Attorney General Steve Marshall is expected to provide an update on the status of executions in Alabama following Gov. Kay Ivey’s call for a moratorium on the act. Ivey’s request to halt executions until a “top-to-bottom review” of the state’s execution process is completed...

Two arrested in Early for possession, tampering with evidence

The Early Police Department posted the following on its Facebook page Monday morning:. On Saturday, Dec. 3, officers received a call of a domestic disturbance in a vehicle near the 1300 block of Early Blvd. A witness reported seeing the male and female fighting in a vehicle which then left the road and struck a house then traveled through the back yard striking a fence.

New Grand Rapids store offers huge selection of zero proof beer, wine, and spirits

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Everywhere you look, people are consuming alcohol. It’s a multi-billion-dollar industry, and for many people, having the occasional glass of wine or cocktail is just part of the norm. But alcohol consumption can also be problematic. According to the CDC, more than 380 people died every day from excessive alcohol use in the US, between 2015 and 2019. Reports also indicate alcohol consumption rose drastically, following the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s safe to say alcohol is not for everyone.
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Giving your hair a freshen-up treatment

(Mass Appeal) – The pandemic started nearly three years ago and during that time some people have been working at home and socializing a lot less than before. If you haven’t done much to your hair in those three years I’m here to tell you, you’re not alone! Michaela Murray and Fred Hawck, co-owners of Wicked Salon, are with me now with one of their clients, Annie Antaya.