Bureau Of Land Management To Host Wild Horse Adoption Event

FLORENCE, Colo. (CBS4)– The Bureau of Land Management will host a wild horse and burro adoption event on Friday and Saturday. The two-day outdoor event will feature 78 wild horses from the Sand Wash Basin. (credit: Bureau of Land Management) The adoptions will be held in Florence on March 4 and 5 at Pathfinder Regional… Continue reading Bureau Of Land Management To Host Wild Horse Adoption Event

Judge Orders Ethan Crumbley To Stay In Jail As He Awaits Trial

PONTIAC, Mich. (AP) — A 15-year-old boy accused of killing four students at a Michigan high school will remain in jail while awaiting trial, a judge said Tuesday, rejecting a request for his transfer to a facility for teens. PONTIAC, MICHIGAN – FEBRUARY 22: Ethan Crumbley is led away from the courtroom after a placement hearing at… Continue reading Judge Orders Ethan Crumbley To Stay In Jail As He Awaits Trial

Harsher Penalties For Carjackings Key Part Of House GOP’s Public Safety Plan

ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) — Republican lawmakers in the Minnesota House outlined Tuesday a public safety plan that includes a crackdown on crime and harsher penalties for carjackings. Over the last two years, the Twin Cities has been plagued by a surge in carjackings. GOP lawmakers hope that their plan to curb carjackings gets bipartisan… Continue reading Harsher Penalties For Carjackings Key Part Of House GOP’s Public Safety Plan

St. Thomas president Julie Sullivan to leave for Santa Clara University

University of St. Thomas President Julie Sullivan was announced Tuesday as the next president of Santa Clara University in California. Sullivan, 64, who has led Minnesota’s largest private university for nine years, will leave at the end of the school year. Rob Vischer, dean of the law school, will step in as interim president. “Julie… Continue reading St. Thomas president Julie Sullivan to leave for Santa Clara University

Driver Dies in Two-Car Collision on Interstate 5 [Los Banos, CA]

23-Year-Old Killed in Vehicle Crash near Highway 152 LOS BANOS, CA (March 1, 2022) – On Thursday, a 23-year-old driver died following a two-car collision on Interstate 5. The incident occurred at about 6:30 a.m. along Interstate 5 near Highway 152. Furthermore, according to the California Highway Patrol, a driver tried passing cars on the freeway… Continue reading Driver Dies in Two-Car Collision on Interstate 5 [Los Banos, CA]

5 Things To Know For March 1: Ukraine, State Of The Union, SCOTUS, COVID-19, Abortion

(CNN) — Disney is pausing the release of its films in Russia following the country’s invasion of Ukraine. Although Russia is not a major movie market like China and the US, Disney’s move to stop releasing films there is notable. And “The Batman,” which is anticipated to be one of the biggest blockbusters of the year, won’t… Continue reading 5 Things To Know For March 1: Ukraine, State Of The Union, SCOTUS, COVID-19, Abortion

Former MMA Champ Cain Velasquez Arrested In San Jose Shooting

SAN JOSE (CBS SF) — Former MMA two-time heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez was being held early Tuesday for attempted murder in a San Jose shooting that left a man with non-life threating injuries. San Jose police said the shooting took place around 3:15 p.m. Monday near the intersection of Monterey Highway and Bailey Avenue in… Continue reading Former MMA Champ Cain Velasquez Arrested In San Jose Shooting

‘Abigail’s Party’ Skewers 1970s Britain with Brittle, Bitter and Brutal Characters

Liliana Talwatte (left), Francis Gercke, Michelle Marie Trester, Jessica John and Carter Piggee in “Abigail’s Party” from Backyard Renaissance Theatre Company. Photo by Daren Scott I haven’t ben to a party in years (Thanks, COVID). So, when I was invited to “Abigail’s Party,” I was psyched. But I never saw Abigail, a 15-year old whose… Continue reading ‘Abigail’s Party’ Skewers 1970s Britain with Brittle, Bitter and Brutal Characters