Firefighters: Series Of Freeport Boulevard Grass Fires Were Intentionally Set

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Investigators believe a series of fires that burned grass along Freeport Boulevard on Thursday evening were intentionally set. The fires were set near Florin and Meadowview roads. Scene of the fire Thursday evening. (Credit: Gigi Pablo/Viewer photo) Firefighters were able to quickly contain the flames before any buildings were damaged. As of… Continue reading Firefighters: Series Of Freeport Boulevard Grass Fires Were Intentionally Set

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Local leaders concerned in uptick of COVID-19 cases in South Florida

There has been in increase in the number of people testing positive for COVID-19, both in the Sunshine State and throughout Miami-Dade County. Local leaders are urging the public to be safe and to receive a COVID-19 vaccination to help stop the spread. Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava drove that point home by getting… Continue reading Local leaders concerned in uptick of COVID-19 cases in South Florida

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Loudoun Co. father, son charged with animal cruelty

A father and son from South Riding, Virginia, have been charged with animal cruelty after their small dog was hospitalized with life-threatening injuries earlier this month, according to authorities. Loudoun County Animal Services Humane Law Enforcement said that 18-year-old Quentin B. Fischer has been charged with felony animal cruelty, while his 65-year-old father, Henry V.… Continue reading Loudoun Co. father, son charged with animal cruelty

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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

Myanmar leader begins peace talks with ethnic militia groups

BANGKOK (AP) — The head of Myanmar’s military government on Friday held the first in a monthlong series of person-to-person peace talks he has initiated with the country’s historically restive ethnic minority groups, state media reported. Senior Gen. Min Aung Hlaing held discussions with Yawd Serk, chairman of the Restoration Council of Shan State and… Continue reading Myanmar leader begins peace talks with ethnic militia groups

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

‘Representation Is Not Enough’: Parents Voice Concerns Over Hiring Teachers Of Color In Denver Public Schools

DENVER (CBS4)– It was a crowded room at the Denver Public School board meeting on Thursday. Community members showed up in droves to make their voices heard about the retainment and hiring of teachers of color in the district. (credit: CBS) “Our district continues to silence the voices of the most marginalized,” said Michael Diaz-Rivera,… Continue reading ‘Representation Is Not Enough’: Parents Voice Concerns Over Hiring Teachers Of Color In Denver Public Schools

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Police: One Person Arrested In Fatal Hit-And-Run That Killed Woman In Detroit

(CBS DETROIT) — Police say one person was arrested in connection with a fatal hit-and-run that killed a woman in Detroit. Detroit police announced the arrest in an update on Thursday. No other details were released but authorities say the woman was a mother and beloved member of the community. “We would like to extend… Continue reading Police: One Person Arrested In Fatal Hit-And-Run That Killed Woman In Detroit

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