Authorities: Hate against Taiwanese led to church attack

By AMY TAXIN, KEN RITTER and DEEPA BHARATH LAGUNA WOODS, Calif. (AP) — A Chinese-born gunman motivated by hatred against Taiwan chained shut the doors of a California church and hid firebombs before shooting at a gathering of mostly elderly Taiwanese parishioners, killing a man who tackled him, possibly saving dozens of lives, authorities said… Continue reading Authorities: Hate against Taiwanese led to church attack

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More lanes, ramps closing for I-94/35E improvement project in downtown St. Paul

A resurfacing project will close a handful of lanes and ramps on Interstates 94 and 35E in downtown St. Paul from Monday night through early July, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation. In addition to some lane restrictions on the shared stretch of I-94 and I-35E through downtown, closures will affect the ramp from… Continue reading More lanes, ramps closing for I-94/35E improvement project in downtown St. Paul

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In Kyle Bradish’s ‘huge test’ against Yankees, a mixed bag ends in a 6-2 Orioles loss, their fourth straight

These are the nights that can occur as a major league starter, laboring through innings and leaving the mound with a shake of the head. The game’s best experience them rarely, but they come for everyone, sooner or later, and it came for Kyle Bradish on Monday night. In his first three starts, the right-hander… Continue reading In Kyle Bradish’s ‘huge test’ against Yankees, a mixed bag ends in a 6-2 Orioles loss, their fourth straight

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Andrelton Simmons’ return provides the Chicago Cubs a timely boost with shortstop Nico Hoerner on the injured list

Andrelton Simmons’ return to the Chicago Cubs couldn’t have come at a better time. Simmons endured a frustrating rehab from right shoulder soreness, something he never had experienced in his 11-year big-league career before it sidelined him during spring training. But with second baseman Nick Madrigal already on the injured list, shortstop Nico Hoerner’s move… Continue reading Andrelton Simmons’ return provides the Chicago Cubs a timely boost with shortstop Nico Hoerner on the injured list

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‘Can’t imagine’: Swampscott mom takes action to help curb formula shortage

The nationwide formula shortage is making it hard for parents to provide for their young children. Even after an agreement was struck between Abbott’s and the FDA Monday afternoon, it could still take up to six to eight weeks for the formula to hit the shelves. In the meantime, one local mother is going out… Continue reading ‘Can’t imagine’: Swampscott mom takes action to help curb formula shortage

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Ford, GM, Stellantis Reinstate Masks At Facilities In Areas With ‘High’ COVID Risk

(CBS DETROIT) — Detroit’s Big Three automakers — Ford, General Motors and Stellantis — are reinstating their company mask mandates in counties where there is a high COVID level. This comes after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended masks for those counties in the United States. As of Friday, 16 Michigan counties — including… Continue reading Ford, GM, Stellantis Reinstate Masks At Facilities In Areas With ‘High’ COVID Risk

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Cargo train derails, spills thousands of gallons of fuel in Fall River

A cargo train derailed Monday evening in Fall River, spilling thousands of gallons of fuel on the tracks. The Fall River Police Department said crews responded to an area near North Main and Clark streets around 7:30 p.m. after a freight train carrying hazardous cago slammed into a fallen tree and jumped the tracks, according… Continue reading Cargo train derails, spills thousands of gallons of fuel in Fall River

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Woman files for protective order against Cavs’ Rajon Rondo

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — A Louisville woman has filed for an emergency protective order against Cleveland Cavaliers guard Rajon Rondo and alleges the former Kentucky star brandished a gun and threatened her life. The woman alleges Rondo “became enraged” last week and filed for the EPO on Friday in Jefferson County Family Court, news outlets… Continue reading Woman files for protective order against Cavs’ Rajon Rondo

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