IndyCar, teams look at solutions for labor shortage in pits

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — When Don Cusick and Beth Paretta left Indianapolis last May, they started planning a return. It took Cusick almost a full year to find an 11th-hour solution to run in the Indianapolis 500, teaming up with a partner. Paretta chose a different path, opting for three road races and against Indy as… Continue reading IndyCar, teams look at solutions for labor shortage in pits

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Two Nights of Fear in Long Beach

Two Nights of Fear in Long Beach: Local punk vets Fear will be playing their classic The Record album in its entirety, for two nights in a row in Long Beach.  Not to be missed. It’s been nine years since Fear rerecorded their classic debut The Record album is The Fear Record. And 22 years since their last… Continue reading Two Nights of Fear in Long Beach

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6 rescued after being trapped in California strip mall after façade collapses

Six people were freed after being trapped for about an hour in a Temple City strip mall after a façade collapsed inexplicably Wednesday afternoon, authorities said. The incident was reported in the 9000 block of East Las Tunas Avenue at 4:07 p.m., according to the Los Angeles County Fire Department. First responders found that a… Continue reading 6 rescued after being trapped in California strip mall after façade collapses

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Bicyclist Struck, Killed In Davie; Eastbound SR & Nob Hill Road Closed

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Davie police said a bicyclist was struck and killed while crossing east on SR 84 and Nob Hill Road on Thursday morning. “We are currently investigating a fatal accident that occurred at the intersection of SR 84 and Nob Hill. The accident occurred at approximately 5:40 this morning, when a vehicle traveling… Continue reading Bicyclist Struck, Killed In Davie; Eastbound SR & Nob Hill Road Closed

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EXPLAINER: What Turkey’s Erdogan could gain in NATO debate

ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Within a two-week span, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan caused a stir by throwing a wrench in Sweden and Finland’s historic request to join NATO, lashing out at fellow alliance member Greece and announcing plans for a new incursion into Syria. Erdogan appears to be using Turkey’s role as a mediator… Continue reading EXPLAINER: What Turkey’s Erdogan could gain in NATO debate

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Dave Beal: Mairs & Power: Made in St. Paul and why that matters

Today, as we find it easier to work, keep in touch with friends and do so many other things online, where we live can seem less important than it once did. Yet place still matters. For St. Paul, this means that despite immense cultural, demographic and technological shifts, some of the people and institutions the… Continue reading Dave Beal: Mairs & Power: Made in St. Paul and why that matters

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Texas Elementary School Shooting: What Do We Know So Far?

(AP) — A gunman stormed into an elementary school Tuesday in Uvalde, Texas, killing 19 children and two teachers in the United States’ deadliest school shooting in nearly a decade. Law enforcement officers killed the shooter, identified as a local 18-year-old who had shot and wounded his grandmother and spelled out his violent plans in online… Continue reading Texas Elementary School Shooting: What Do We Know So Far?

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College sports eye gambling money amid safeguard concerns

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) — The NCAA stance against gambling on sports by its athletes and those who work in college athletics is summed up simply by the slogan on the posters the association provides to its member schools: “Don’t Bet On It.” The rules have been unambiguous for decades, part of the bedrock guidance in… Continue reading College sports eye gambling money amid safeguard concerns

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Fremont high school student arrested on suspicion of hate crime, making terror threats

FREMONT — A 17-year-old was in county juvenile hall after his arrest Wednesday on suspicion of a hate crime and terroristic threats in connection with social-media posts threatening gun violence and using racial epithets against a school district employee, authorities said. In a statement Wednesday night, police said staff at American High School, 36300 Fremont… Continue reading Fremont high school student arrested on suspicion of hate crime, making terror threats

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