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Cleveland, OHCleveland News - Fox 8

Investigators: Cleveland business owner killed in confrontation

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WJW) – It was a terrifying moment inside a downtown Cleveland business on Carnegie Avenue as witnesses say a woman opened fire during a deadly confrontation with the owner Monday evening. An employee, who ducked for cover in a bathroom, called 911 and whispered, “Blog Spot in downtown...
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Wichita Falls, TXnewschannel6now.com

Wichita Falls suffering from bus driver shortage

WICHITA FALLS, Texas (KAUZ) - The amount of bus drivers in Wichita Falls is dropping fast. This is the second time there has been a bus driver shortage within a year, and experts say this one is worse than the previous. “In my 30 years with the city, I have...
NBANew York Post

Kemba Walker’s return to NYC brings ‘tears of joy’ to former coaches, teammates

Emanuel “Book” Richardson’s phone began vibrating late Wednesday morning and its frequency only intensified over the next several hours. Like Richardson, the director of the famed New York Gauchos AAU program, former Rice High School coach Moe Hicks, former Rice player Kashif Pratt, and former Rice assistant and Gauchos coach Dwayne Mitchell experienced the same hectic — though ecstatic — day.
Marion County, FLocala-news.com

Marion County residents share opinions on where they’d like to see a new Chick-fil-A

Marion County residents wrote in to share their opinions about where they would like to see a new Chick-fil-A across the county. “My family lives in the east part of Ocala, just south of Silver Springs State Park. We need a Chick-fil-A store built near here. There’s only Burger King and Steak and Shake near us. The McDonald’s in Walmart closed down so you have to drive half-ways to town to go there for us,” says Brian Richards of Ocala.
Ramona, CAfox5sandiego.com

Fire causes heavy damage to East County McDonald’s

RAMONA, Calif. (CNS) – A fire that erupted inside a fast-food restaurant in eastern San Diego County shortly before sunrise Wednesday caused extensive damage to the business before firefighters were able to subdue the flames. The non-injury blaze began spreading through a basement storage area at the McDonald’s in the...
Connecticut StateNew Britain Herald

CHRIS POWELL: State police integrity fails; state ignores voter fraud

Accountability and integrity are slipping badly with the Connecticut state police. The agency has failed to complete an investigation of trooper misconduct arising from a retirement party at a brewery in Oxford 22 months ago. Security video reported last week by the Hearst Connecticut newspapers shows that state police Sgt....
AnimalsOutdoor Life

Hunting Adak Island, at the End of the Earth

A shotgun blast echoes dully down the mountainside, muffled by the snow-covered slope. Something white tumbles from the rocks at the summit and gathers speed like a snowball. My buddy Kali Parmley has already hoofed it half a mile straight up, and now she’s running in knee-deep snow to reach the dead ptarmigan before a bald eagle does. After losing one hard-earned ptarm to an eagle, Kali knows she has to haul ass. By the time she gets ahold of the bird, she’s retching. That echoes too.
Denver, COKDVR.com

DIA hopes to fill 700+ job openings

DENVER (KDVR) — Denver International Airport held a job fair on Wednesday to help fill more than 700 job openings. It takes a small city of employees to operate one of the busiest airports in the world. “There are over 30,000 badged employees who run Denver International Airport 24 hours...
Muskogee, OKWNBA.com

Aaliyah Wilson Honored by Hometown with Key to the City

For many players in the WNBA, this year’s Olympic games allowed for an extended break to rest, rejuvenate, maybe take a vacation, or even return home to see family and friends. In Aaliyah Wilson’s case, it was the opportunity to return home to Muskogee, Oklahoma where she received a special...
Pharmaceuticals95.5 FM WIFC

Factbox: Major U.S. companies making masks, vaccines mandatory

(Reuters) – The resurgence of COVID-19 cases in the United States due to the Delta variant and the new guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that requires fully vaccinated individuals to wear masks have led companies to change their plans on vaccinations and masking. Here...
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