Travelers say post-holiday rush posed few challenges
Travelers say post-holiday rush posed few challenges
Cincinnati Bengals running back Joe Mixon is wanted by police on an aggravated menacing warrant, court records show.
The 66-year-old woman spent at least nearly 40 minutes in a body bag traveling from the Glen Oaks Alzheimer's Special Care Center to the funeral home
The land is no longer a family farm. It's the future site of a massive neighborhood under construction by developer Meritage Homes. Meritage is asking the state of Tennessee for permission to relocate the remains elsewhere on the property.
Big Tech led U.S. markets on a sharp rebound to kick off 2023. Apple Inc, Google parent Alphabet and Amazon.com all posted results for the end-of-year quarter that left a sour taste in investors' mouths. The reports renewed questions about global economic demand, the effect of higher interest rates and whether the market's January rally got ahead of itself.
Residential customers will automatically receive the California Climate Credit earlier than usual this year. The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) approved distributing the credit as soon as possible, instead of the annual April timeframe. The Climate Credit is part of California's efforts to fight climate change. Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) is pleased to administer the credit to help reduce customer energy bills. This credit will help offset higher than normal natural ga
The family of Anthony Lowe, a disabled man shot and killed by Huntington Park police officers last week, is expected to file a lawsuit against the city.
Apple, Google and Amazon fell late, with January's jobs report on tap. Is the hot market rally due for a pullback?
Carter, 35, is blind, non-verbal, and has profound developmental disabilities, according to state and local documents provided by Greg Carter, her father and guardian. Her throat was slashed while at an intermediate care facility in Fairfield.
Temperatures in Delaware will plummet this weekend as a brutal cold snap hits the region.
Up next: South Carolina breaks from conference play to face the No. 5 Huskies.
NOT FOR DISTRIBUTION TO UNITED STATES NEWSWIRE SERVICES OR FOR DISSEMINATION IN THE UNITED STATES VANCOUVER, British Columbia and HONG KONG, Feb. 02, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Reyna Silver Corp. (TSXV: RSLV; OTCQB: RSNVF; FRA: 4ZC) (“Reyna” or the "Company") is pleased to announce that, in connection with its previously announced “bought deal” private placement of units, the Company has entered into an amended agreement with Eight Capital, as lead underwriter and bookrunner, and on behalf of a sy
Hunter Dickinson scored 19, Kobe Bufkin had 15 points and 12 rebounds and Joey Baker added 14 as Michigan basketball rolled over Northwestern 68-51.
The clock is ticking for Chelsea manager Graham Potter to turn unprecedented spending into results, starting against Fulham on Friday, as new Everton manager Sean Dyche prepares for a baptism of fire against Premier League leaders Arsenal.Everton were the only Premier League club not to make a January signing and former Burnley boss Sean Dyche knows he has a mountain to climb.
We have a First Alert Action Day this weekend!
A super boost ahead of the Super Bowl. That's exactly what PepsiCo awarded to five Valley businesses, as part of their effort to help Hispanic-owned small businesses.
Feb. 2—Doris Shotwell and her family can easily remember the murder sentence handed down by a Kern County Superior Court judge around 41 years ago sending Shotwell's 18-year-old son, Cedric Struggs, to prison. They recalled those memories when Struggs, now 60, appeared in court Thursday to be resentenced after his murder conviction was vacated. A new law redefined felony murder and Struggs' ...
Feb. 2—Members of the Housing and Opportunity Foundation of Kern and nonprofit leaders held a check presentation Thursday, to honor the fundraising achievements of Mukul Anand, a Stockdale high school senior who raised $5,000 for victims of human trafficking. Anand, who previously raised $15,000 last September for a free library, presented the money to emPOWERment, a local nonprofit that ...
Feb. 2—Kern County Public Health reported 920 new coronavirus cases and two new deaths from the virus in its weekly update Thursday. The numbers represent cases reported to the agency, but they don't include the cases of people who have used only home tests that aren't reported to county officials. The new cases bring the total number reported in Kern County residents since the start of the ...
Feb. 2—Clinica Sierra Vista will pay almost $26 million to resolve Medi-Cal overpayments the nonprofit itself flagged in 2019 after finding fault with a practice the founder and former CEO defended Thursday as a give-and-take negotiation. California Attorney General Rob Bonta and U.S. Attorney Phillip A. Talbert said in a joint news release the Bakersfield-based nonprofit chain of health ...
Feb. 2—The American Heart Association is encouraging Kern residents to wear red Friday to raise awareness around heart disease, the leading cause of death in the country. Since President Lyndon B. Johnson's first proclamation in 1964, February has been annually declared as American Heart Month. The first Friday of the month — Feb. 3 this year — is National Wear Red Day, as part of the American ...