Be Prepared: Florida’s Hurricane Sales Tax Holiday Begins Next Saturday

MIAMI (CBSMiami) — It’s a good time to stock up on hurricane supplies. Not only is the official start of the Atlantic hurricane season on Wednesday, June 1, a 10-day sales tax “holiday” in which Floridians can buy certain hurricane supplies without paying taxes begins Saturday, May 28 and extends through Friday, June 10. “Hurricane… Continue reading Be Prepared: Florida’s Hurricane Sales Tax Holiday Begins Next Saturday

Denver Weather: Cold And Wet Weather Has Arrived, Up Next Is Branch Breaking Snow

DENVER (CBS4) – A powerful storm expected to cause widespread impacts arrived on schedule Thursday night. The worse conditions in the Denver metro area will start Friday afternoon. For the Denver, Boulder, Fort Collins and most locations under 6,000 feet, rain will mix with snow Friday afternoon followed by a change to all snow for Friday… Continue reading Denver Weather: Cold And Wet Weather Has Arrived, Up Next Is Branch Breaking Snow

24-Year-Old Jabril Ali Wanted After Allegedly Shooting Tow Truck Driver After Vehicle Was Repossessed In Chester

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Chester police are searching for a 24-year-old man wanted in connection to the shooting of a tow truck driver who repossess vehicles earlier this month.  Authorities charged Jabril Ali with attempted murder, robbery, weapons violations, and drug sales. Surveillance video and interviews from witnesses led officers to identify Ali as the suspect… Continue reading 24-Year-Old Jabril Ali Wanted After Allegedly Shooting Tow Truck Driver After Vehicle Was Repossessed In Chester

Ontario nonprofit helps with equitable access to the arts

Serving Riverside, San Bernardino, and East Los Angeles counties, The Arts Area was founded by John Machado to strengthen and expand the creative economy. Machado, a full-time professor of art history at Chaffey College since 2005, was concerned about the opportunities available to college students focusing on the creative arts. He launched a research survey… Continue reading Ontario nonprofit helps with equitable access to the arts

Man Fatally Shot On Downtown St. Paul LRT Platform; 2 Others Killed In Separate Shootings

ST. PAUL (WCCO) — Three men are dead following a series of separate shootings in St. Paul over a six-hour period, with one of them temporarily closing the downtown light rail station Friday morning. In the first incident, a man was shot and killed near the intersection of Maryland Avenue West and Matilda Street around… Continue reading Man Fatally Shot On Downtown St. Paul LRT Platform; 2 Others Killed In Separate Shootings

Newsom is clearly campaigning for president instead of focusing on primary election

Just watching him, you might think that after he secures a November ballot slot in the California primary election ending June 7, Gov. Gavin Newsom would hop a quick flight to Iowa or New Hampshire and press the flesh with voters who will decide early on the next Democratic presidential nominee. From the moment the… Continue reading Newsom is clearly campaigning for president instead of focusing on primary election

Reports: Rihanna and A$AP Rocky welcome baby boy in LA

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Rihanna and A$AP Rocky have welcomed a baby boy, according to multiple reports. The couple, who first revealed her pregnancy with a belly-baring Harlem photo shoot in January, became parents May 13 in Los Angeles, said TMZ, the first to report the birth Thursday based on unnamed sources. A representative for… Continue reading Reports: Rihanna and A$AP Rocky welcome baby boy in LA

Driver of Tesla on autopilot in fatal California crash to face trial, judge rules

A judge ruled Thursday that a trial can proceed against a Tesla Model S driver in a 2019 crash that left two people dead in Gardena. The case is the first felony prosecution in the U.S. against a driver using widely available partial autopilot technology. At a preliminary hearing in Compton, Los Angeles County Superior… Continue reading Driver of Tesla on autopilot in fatal California crash to face trial, judge rules

CAPA Senior Skyy Brooks Is One Of 20 Students In World Accepted Into Harvard-Berklee’s Dual-Degree Program

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Graduation season is finally here and we’re excited to introduce a new series called, “Focusing on the Future.” We’ve compiled a series of graduation stories, showcasing some exceptional high school seniors in our area. To kick it off, Wakisha Bailey takes us to the Philadelphia High School For Creative & Performing Arts.… Continue reading CAPA Senior Skyy Brooks Is One Of 20 Students In World Accepted Into Harvard-Berklee’s Dual-Degree Program