Philadelphia Jewish Sports Hall Of Fame Rebuilding After Ida Flooding Destroys Memorabilia

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Nearly a month after remnants of Hurricane Ida pushed through the Philadelphia area, those impacted by high winds and heavy flooding are still coming to terms with the damages. The Philadelphia Jewish Sports Hall of Fame is no exception. Two years after moving to their new location, chairman Stephen Frishberg saw the… Continue reading Philadelphia Jewish Sports Hall Of Fame Rebuilding After Ida Flooding Destroys Memorabilia

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NBA Legend Chris Webber Breaks Ground on $50 Million Cannabis Facility In Detroit

A Detroit native and NBA Hall of Famer is bringing big business back home to provide inclusive opportunities in the booming cannabis industry. “I think so many athletes have understood the healing properties of the cannabis plant, that’s really exciting to hopefully be able to change the narrative,” said Chris Webber. Webber broke ground on… Continue reading NBA Legend Chris Webber Breaks Ground on $50 Million Cannabis Facility In Detroit

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MDHHS Reports 106 New COVID-19 Outbreaks In Schools

(CBS DETROIT) – The COVID-19 pandemic is taking a greater toll on schools as Michiganders get further into the school year. Michigan reports another 106 new school outbreaks, mostly on K-12 campuses. This is the fourth straight week the number of new outbreaks has grown. The largest outbreak in the Metro Area, being reported at… Continue reading MDHHS Reports 106 New COVID-19 Outbreaks In Schools

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Here’s How Detroit Ranks Among The Most Violent Big Cities In The US

(CBS DETROIT) – Detroit’s mission to lower crime doesn’t seem to be paying off as much as previously thought. Newly released statistics from the FBI rank the city as the second most violent among big cities in the country. In 2020, Detroit Police reported a little over 14,000 violent crimes, with a population of just… Continue reading Here’s How Detroit Ranks Among The Most Violent Big Cities In The US

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Wild Cards! St. Louis clinches playoff spot, extends record win streak

ST. LOUIS–The St. Louis Cardinals extended a franchise record winning streak and made it even sweeter by clinching the second National League Wild Card spot in the process Tuesday night, defeating the Milwaukee Brewers 6-2 at Busch Stadium. Top Story: Why did this happen? Parkway Central parents learn more about racist graffiti In a scene… Continue reading Wild Cards! St. Louis clinches playoff spot, extends record win streak

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St. Charles County Schools discuss adopting new quarantine guidance

ST. CHARLES COUNTY, Mo. — St. Charles County Executive Steve Ehlmann said he’s been in talks with superintendents and state leaders for about the last three weeks to see if the county had the legal authority to make its own guidance when it comes to quarantining students in county schools. Ehlmann said they just heard… Continue reading St. Charles County Schools discuss adopting new quarantine guidance

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Problematic home in St. Charles County subdivision is now gone

ST. CHARLES COUNTY, Mo. – Residents of the Heritage Subdivision in St. Charles County rejoiced after witnessing the demolition of a sinking home. FOX 2 was called to shine a spotlight on issues residents have had to cope with for more than a year. Besides the unsightly sinking house, residents have been dealing with severe… Continue reading Problematic home in St. Charles County subdivision is now gone

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24-year-old driver arrested for fatal DUI collision in San Mateo

SAN MATEO, Calif. (KRON) – A 24-year-old driver has been arrested following a fatal DUI collision in San Mateo on Sunday evening, according to police. Around 5:02 p.m. on Sunday, officers arrived in the area of E. Santa Inez Avenue and N. Humboldt Street due to a three-car collision. Police arrested 24-year-old Tuuika Salt from… Continue reading 24-year-old driver arrested for fatal DUI collision in San Mateo

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‘She’s giving us signs’: Gabby Petito’s family members mourn slain 22-year-old

(NEXSTAR) – The family of slain 22-year-old Gabby Petito spoke publicly for the first time at a news conference Tuesday in New York, thanking everyone who helped search for the YouTuber and describing her ongoing presence in their lives. Petito was found dead after vanishing during a cross-country trip with boyfriend Brian Laundrie, who is… Continue reading ‘She’s giving us signs’: Gabby Petito’s family members mourn slain 22-year-old

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Parents say students stranded by private bus company, file complaints with Miami-Dade County

Several South Florida families are furious after they say their children were left stranded at school by a private bus company. In tonight’s 7 Investigates, the Nightteam’s Karen Hensel says their complaints drove Miami-Dade County to investigate. With school back in session, big yellow buses are rolling again, but it’s these smaller blue buses that… Continue reading Parents say students stranded by private bus company, file complaints with Miami-Dade County

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