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Members of RIT Esports and Public Safety are answering the "Call of Duty" to raise money for mental health awareness Nov. 23. The RIT Esports Call of Duty team will compete against members of RIT Public Safety in a two vs. two tournament of the video game. Ticket proceeds will support the office of Counseling and Psychological Services. [Read More]
If you've been to any of the predominately Orthodox Jewish neighborhoods in Brooklyn, then you've likely seen Hatzalah in action, an all-male EMS crews based in the community. But for the last few years, Ezras Nashim, an all-female based EMS service, has been gaining traction and fighting for legitimacy; specifically, the right to utilize an ambulance. Tuesday night, advocates for Ezras Nashim packed a stuffy meeting room in Morningside Heights, Manhattan in front of the local council which oversees emergency... [Read More]
Unseasonably cold weather means ice making has begun on many lakes across the state, but Minnesota Department of Natural Resources conservation officers advise people to stay off of the still-forming ice. [Read More]
A small group of judges is threatening to wipe away a once-in-a-generation economic opportunity for Minnesota.In June, our state's Public Utilities Commission unanimously approved the Sandpiper pipeline, which would move about 600,000 barrels of ... [Read More]
For Yukinori Yanagi, whose work from the late '80s and '90s featured ants burrowing through national flags made of sand, nature is not synonymous with an anthropomorphically friendly "harmony" or "balance"; it's disruption, chaos, decay and metastasis. [Read More]
Patrik Laine and Nikolaj Ehlers scored, Connor Hellebuyck made 38 saves and the Winnipeg Jets defeated the Nashville Predators 2-1... [Read More]
Walker County senior citizens donned their best for the Walker County Senior Citizen Prom on Nov. 8. Over 100 seniors gathered for a night of dancing hosted by Ray Wallin, a Chickamauga-based DJ of KicknitDJs. [Read More]
WBOC TV 16 is Delmarva's number one source for breaking news, local news, weather, sports, education and traffic information. WBOC covers Delaware and the Eastern Shore of Maryland and Virginia. [Read More]
Answer Man: What will be built on East Trafficway Street where Bolivar Insulation Solutions was near the Chestnut Expressway? [Read More]
The city will begin seeking public comment and draw up designs in 2020 with construction to likely begin late 2021. [Read More]
Chicago police say an officer was shot in the head during a "gun battle" on the city's Northwest Side. Police Department spokesman Anthony Guglielmi says the officer was struck Tuesday night during a shootout with a bank robbery suspect. The officer was taken to a nearby hospital. Guglielmi initially said the officer only suffered a graze wound and was responsive, but the spokesman now says the bullet "did penetrate and exit" the officer's skull and that the injuries are more serious than the preliminary diagnosis. Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson and Mayor Lori Lightfoot... [Read More]
"The Two Lila Bennetts" by Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke, Lake Union, 2019, 315 pages... [Read More]
An African American family navigates love, forgiveness and coming together after a tragic loss. [Read More]
Among the 16 affected counties, Sonoma has the largest number of customers that could be impacted by the planned outage starting Wednesday morning. [Read More]
Among the 16 affected counties, Sonoma has the largest number of customers that could be impacted by the planned outage starting Wednesday morning. [Read More]
An off-duty Richmond cop shot a Vallejo man who raised a gun at him, police said. [Read More]
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A passenger on Carnival Cruise Line's biggest ship died after falling four stories from a balcony as the ship was returning to a port in Miami on Friday. ... [Read More]
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Former Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Felipe Vazquez was denied bail and hit with multiple counts of child pornography and unlawful sexual contact with a minor. [Read More]
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Mike Tomlin has moved from refusing to comment on the brawl that ended last week's game against the Cleveland Browns to sharing a loaded remark. [Read More]
Decorated veteran Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman called President Trump's Ukraine dealings "improper" and sparred with Republicans over his allegiances. [Read More]
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