Knicks guard Evan Fournier reacts to Texas elementary school shooting: ‘Take ALL the guns away’

Evan Fournier offered a sweeping solution to the senseless gun violence. “Take ALL the guns away,” the Knicks guard tweeted. “Stop selling them and take the rest away.” Fournier tweeted in the wake of the latest mass killing in the United States, when an 18-year-old opened fire in a Texas elementary school Tuesday and murdered… Continue reading Knicks guard Evan Fournier reacts to Texas elementary school shooting: ‘Take ALL the guns away’

Turnovers not a zero-sum game for Erik Spoelstra, Heat in East finals vs. Celtics

Throughout this postseason, turnovers rarely have been an issue for the Miami Heat, including their two road games against the Boston Celtics during these Eastern Conference finals. And yet, in an odd way, limiting themselves to nine in each of those games at TD Garden somewhat stands as an issue. Because, as coach Erik Spoelstra… Continue reading Turnovers not a zero-sum game for Erik Spoelstra, Heat in East finals vs. Celtics

Massachusetts sues companies over use of ‘forever chemicals’

BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts has sued more than a dozen companies involved in the manufacture or marketing of so-called forever chemicals, alleging they knowingly polluted the environment and endangered public health, state Attorney General Maura Healey said Wednesday. The companies have known about the dangers of PFAS chemicals — found in firefighting foam and consumer… Continue reading Massachusetts sues companies over use of ‘forever chemicals’

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WATCH LIVE: Acting Secretary Of State To Discuss Need For Recount In Republican Primary For Pennsylvania U.S. Senate Race

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Acting Secretary of State Leigh M. Chapman will discuss the need for a recount in the U.S. Senate Republican primary election race. The press conference will be at 2 p.m. on Wednesday and streamed on CBS News Philly. What: Acting Secretary of State Leigh M. Chapman will hold an in-person press conference… Continue reading WATCH LIVE: Acting Secretary Of State To Discuss Need For Recount In Republican Primary For Pennsylvania U.S. Senate Race

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Philadelphia’s Chief Of School Safety Kevin Bethel Speaking Out Following Texas School Tragedy: ‘Fear In Our System Is Real’

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The man in charge of safety in Philadelphia Public Schools is talking about what the district is doing in the wake of the Texas school tragedy. “Right now the fear in our system is real,” chief of school safety Kevin Bethel said. “These are the incidents that keep you up, the concern… Continue reading Philadelphia’s Chief Of School Safety Kevin Bethel Speaking Out Following Texas School Tragedy: ‘Fear In Our System Is Real’

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WATCH LIVE: DA To Provide Significant Update On 1991 Murder Of Joy Hibbs In Bristol Township

BRISTOL TOWNSHIP, Pa. (CBS) – District Attorney Matt Weintraub will hold a news conference Wednesday to provide a significant update on the investigation of the 1991 murder of Joy Hibbs in Bristol Township. The 35-year-old suffered a horrific death. She was strangled with a cord and stabbed nearly a half dozen times. Her son came… Continue reading WATCH LIVE: DA To Provide Significant Update On 1991 Murder Of Joy Hibbs In Bristol Township

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Dolphins agree to terms with LB Channing Tindall on rookie contract

The Miami Dolphins signed linebacker Channing Tindall, the team and his agency, Universal Sports Management, announced on Wednesday afternoon. Tindall was the Dolphins’ top draft pick in the 2022 NFL draft as a third-round selection, No. 102 overall, because the team traded its picks in the first two rounds in the deal that brought wide… Continue reading Dolphins agree to terms with LB Channing Tindall on rookie contract

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San Jose: Union School District to pay $7.5 million to men abused by teacher over 40 years ago

SAN JOSE — A South San Jose school district will pay $7.5 million to five men to settle a lawsuit alleging the district allowed a predatory teacher to sexually abuse them in the late 1970s and early 1980s, failing to intervene even in the face of ample evidence of the wrongdoing — even as the… Continue reading San Jose: Union School District to pay $7.5 million to men abused by teacher over 40 years ago

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Faulted for lockdown booze-ups, Boris says he won’t quit

By Jill Lawless | Associated Press LONDON — An investigative report released Wednesday blamed British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and other senior leaders for allowing boozy government parties that broke the U.K.’s COVID-19 lockdown rules, and while Johnson said he took “full responsibility” for the breaches, he insisted he would not resign. Revelations that Johnson… Continue reading Faulted for lockdown booze-ups, Boris says he won’t quit

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Burlingame: Michelin-starred Rasa closes, will reopen as Peninsula’s second Saffron bistro

Peninsula chef-restaurateur Ajay Walia has launched a plan to transform his Michelin-starred Rasa in Burlingame into a second location of his San Carlos restaurant, Saffron. Rasa closed after service on May 8. Saffron will make its debut in early June. Walia opened his original Saffron 20 years ago with a focus on Northern Indian cuisine.… Continue reading Burlingame: Michelin-starred Rasa closes, will reopen as Peninsula’s second Saffron bistro

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