Trial Of Former Amtrak Engineer Brandon Bostian Enters Fifth Day On Wednesday

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The trial of former Amtrak engineer Brandon Bostian enters its fifth day Wednesday. On Tuesday, jurors saw up-close photos of the wreckage at Frankford Junction from the May 2015 crash.  Bostian’s on trial for involuntary manslaughter for the derailment that killed eight people and injured more than 200 others. Prosecutors say Bostian… Continue reading Trial Of Former Amtrak Engineer Brandon Bostian Enters Fifth Day On Wednesday

Texas primary sets up Abbott-O’Rourke race as midterms begin

By WILL WEISSERT and PAUL J. WEBER AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Republican Gov. Greg Abbott will face Democrat Beto O’Rourke after voters in Texas opened what could be a lengthy, bruising primary season poised to reshape political power from state capitals to Washington. Both easily won their party’s nomination for governor on Tuesday. Abbott is… Continue reading Texas primary sets up Abbott-O’Rourke race as midterms begin

2 Men Robbed, Battered On CTA Red Line Train At Chicago Avenue

CHICAGO (CBS)– Police are looking a gaggle of males who robbed two passengers on a CTA Red Line practice on the Chicago Avenue cease Tuesday evening. Police mentioned the lads robbed the 44 and 18-year-old victims and battered them within the 800 block of North State Street. Police mentioned the offender went by the victims… Continue reading 2 Men Robbed, Battered On CTA Red Line Train At Chicago Avenue

Target Increasing Minimum Wage Up To $24 An Hour In Its Most Competitive Markets

MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) – In order to entice workers to come to their stores and distribution centers, Target is increasing the minimum wage up to $24 an hour in markets where they face the fiercest competition for finding and hiring staff. The Minneapolis-based discount retailer said Monday that it will adopt minimum wages that range from… Continue reading Target Increasing Minimum Wage Up To $24 An Hour In Its Most Competitive Markets

Guregian: Is Calvin Ridley a realistic trade possibility for the Patriots?

INDIANAPOLIS – Adding garden variety wide receivers isn’t going to help Mac Jones progress in Year 2. Jones needs a game-changer out wide and in his huddle. While the Patriots could once again roll the dice in the draft after watching N’Keal Harry flop, that’s not their only option. Obviously, there’s free agency, but it’s hard… Continue reading Guregian: Is Calvin Ridley a realistic trade possibility for the Patriots?

Police Searching Suspect Who Allegedly Stole Thousands Of Dollars From Southwest Philly Gas Station

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia police want the public’s help to solve a brazen theft that was caught on surveillance camera. The suspect knocked over a video game, smashed it with his foot, and then grabbed the cash box from the game. Police say he got away with thousands of dollars. The incident happened early in… Continue reading Police Searching Suspect Who Allegedly Stole Thousands Of Dollars From Southwest Philly Gas Station

All efforts being made to carry again 7,000 to eight,000 Indians from Ukraine, says govt

Prime Minister Narendra Modi “has spoken to the leaders of Russia, Ukraine, Romania, Slovak Republic and Poland regarding safety and facilitation of evacuation of Indian nationals from Ukraine” and extra flights, together with these of the Indian Air Force (IAF), are being despatched to evacuate them from the war-hit nation, the Union authorities informed the… Continue reading All efforts being made to carry again 7,000 to eight,000 Indians from Ukraine, says govt

Minnesota Sees Another Record Year For Gun Permits

Originally published March 1 MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — For the second year in a row, Minnesota sheriffs issued a record number of permits to carry in 2021, according to data from the state’s Bureau of Criminal Apprehension. The 106,488 permits issued last year were the most since Minnesota enacted the Personal Protection Act in 2003, the… Continue reading Minnesota Sees Another Record Year For Gun Permits

CIF NorCal basketball: Miramonte’s season ends in heartbreaking fashion against Clovis North

ORINDA — Chris Lavdiotis and a couple of his Miramonte basketball players sat silently on the bench after the game Tuesday night. They had lofty dreams as the regional playoffs got underway, dreams of making a run to Sacramento for the state championship. But now it was over. There will be no more games for… Continue reading CIF NorCal basketball: Miramonte’s season ends in heartbreaking fashion against Clovis North

JPSC Recruitment 2022: Registrations to start for 207 Ayurvedic Medical Officer posts, particulars right here

The Jharkhand Public Service Commission (JPSC) will quickly start the net utility course of for recruitment to 200+ posts of Ayurvedic Medical Officer (AMO). Interested and eligible candidates will be capable of apply for the vacancies on Commission’s official web site jpsc.gov.in until March 24 upto 5.00 PM. The final date to pay the appliance… Continue reading JPSC Recruitment 2022: Registrations to start for 207 Ayurvedic Medical Officer posts, particulars right here