These are the victims of the Highland Park parade shooting

HIGHLAND PARK, Ill. — Six people were killed and at least 30 others wounded after a 22-year-old man opened fire on an Independence Day parade in Highland Park on Monday morning. The attack happened around 10:10 a.m. after shots were fired near Central Avenue and 2nd Street. At a news conference, Lake County Major Crime Task… Continue reading These are the victims of the Highland Park parade shooting

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Charges to be announced in Highland Park mass shooting

WATCH LIVE: Officials are expected to announce charges, give an update at 11 a.m. CST following a mass shooting in Highland Park. HIGHLAND PARK — Law enforcement officials are set to announce criminal charges in the mass shooting that left six dead and several dozens wounded at Highland Park’s Fourth of July parade. Sara Avalos,… Continue reading Charges to be announced in Highland Park mass shooting

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Niles: California is losing a theme park and it’s a tough blow for fans

The owner of Knott’s Berry Farm has delivered a gut punch to some California theme park fans. Cedar Fair announced June 27 that it had sold the land underneath the California’s Great America theme park in Santa Clara. The approximately $310 million deal includes a leaseback that will allow Cedar Fair to continue operating the… Continue reading Niles: California is losing a theme park and it’s a tough blow for fans

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Child shot in East Oakland

OAKLAND — A 3-year-old boy was shot Sunday night as he sat in a vehicle in East Oakland, authorities said. Two people were arrested in connection with the shooting, but authorities said neither was the actual shooter. The boy was in critical but stable condition Monday at a hospital where he was set to undergo… Continue reading Child shot in East Oakland

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Sharks coaching search: One name has been tied to Mike Grier

SAN JOSE – With Mike Grier set to be officially named the Sharks’ new general manager Tuesday, speculation immediately began as to who he would hire to be the team’s next head coach. It didn’t take long for David Quinn’s name to be mentioned. Grier, 47, is expected to be formally introduced as the Sharks’… Continue reading Sharks coaching search: One name has been tied to Mike Grier

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Police: Four wounded by gunfire during Oakland Coliseum fireworks show

OAKLAND — Four people, including an 11-year-old boy, were wounded by gunfire as they watched a fireworks show following the Oakland A’s game Sunday night at the Coliseum, authorities said. Police believe the bullets that struck the four were fired from outside the Coliseum by people illegally celebrating the Fourth of July. At least one… Continue reading Police: Four wounded by gunfire during Oakland Coliseum fireworks show

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The wife of ailing Orioles owner Peter Angelos met with MLB commissioner after her son’s lawsuit questioned her leadership

A week after one son’s lawsuit described her as isolated and indecisive, the wife of ailing Orioles owner Peter Angelos and her other son met with Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred, who was reassured about her oversight of the team as part of her control over her husband’s assets, people with knowledge of the… Continue reading The wife of ailing Orioles owner Peter Angelos met with MLB commissioner after her son’s lawsuit questioned her leadership

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Post-pandemic, small businesses continue to invest in digital technology

We may be arriving at yet another new “normal”—but for small, independent Canadian businesses, digital strategies born of the COVID-19 era are here to stay, a recent survey of small business owners reveals. It’s not for fear of new lockdowns but rather the opportunities and improvements digital investments have unlocked for Canadian small business owners.… Continue reading Post-pandemic, small businesses continue to invest in digital technology

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Why you can expect delays at San Diego airport this week

SAN DIEGO – Travelers at the San Diego International Airport should expect delays this week as construction crews work to remove the Terminal 1 pedestrian bridge, airport officials say. Starting Tuesday, the effort, part of a $3.4 billion overhaul of the terminal, will result in some detours for those flying in and out of the… Continue reading Why you can expect delays at San Diego airport this week

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