Wilmington Police Searching For Suspect Accused Of Spray Painting Swastikas In Several Locations

WILMINGTON, Del. (CBS) — Wilmington Police are asking for the public’s help to find a man accused of spraying hateful graffiti.  Police say he spray-painted swastikas at several spots around the city last month. The Columbus Inn, a billboard on Union Street, and Brandywine Counseling and Community Services are among the places that were vandalized,… Continue reading Wilmington Police Searching For Suspect Accused Of Spray Painting Swastikas In Several Locations

Woman Injured During Shooting In Northwest Suburban Lakemoor

CHICAGO (CBS)– A woman was injured during a shooting in northwest suburban Lakemoor early Wednesday morning. According to Lakemoor police, just before 3 a.m., a police sergeant was leaving the police department when he heard a woman shouting for help. The sergeant found a 28-year-old woman bleeding from the head. Police investigation found the woman… Continue reading Woman Injured During Shooting In Northwest Suburban Lakemoor

A 3rd World War would contain nuclear weapons, says Russian overseas minister

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov stated on Wednesday {that a} third World War, if it have been to happen, could be harmful as it will contain nuclear weapons, Reuters reported. Lavrov stated that if Ukraine have been to accumulate nuclear weapons, it will pose a “real danger” to Russia, Reuters reported, citing info from the… Continue reading A 3rd World War would contain nuclear weapons, says Russian overseas minister

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

‘It Makes Eating More Exciting:’ Cooking Quick, Affordable, And Delicious Meals

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Trying to put a reasonably priced meal on the table for a family, no matter the size, is becoming increasingly challenging. Eating in, eating out, getting meal kits – what is the best bang for your buck? This is right in the wheelhouse for nutritionist Leslie Bonci, so let’s start with those… Continue reading ‘It Makes Eating More Exciting:’ Cooking Quick, Affordable, And Delicious Meals

Sacramento Missing At-Risk Teen Found Safe

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – According to an update from the Sacramento Police Department, 15-year-old Jackson Glazierhas been found safe. Original Story: The Sacramento Police Department is searching for a missing 15-year-old boy. According to a statement from the Department, 15-year-old Jackson Glazier was last seen on foot near the 3200 block of Truxel Rd. in the… Continue reading Sacramento Missing At-Risk Teen Found Safe

Bay Area restaurant owner a contestant on new season of ‘Top Chef’

Ever since Vallejo resident Monique Feybesse was a teenager, she had a desire to be a good chef. She’s had plenty of success, but recently her career has really been cooking. Feybesse, along with her husband Paul, is a co-owner of Tarts de Feybesse in Vallejo. However, on Thursday Feybesse will take her culinary skills… Continue reading Bay Area restaurant owner a contestant on new season of ‘Top Chef’

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