Month: November 2019

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By Dakin Andone, CNN A 21-year-old has been arrested in connection with a shooting at a mall in Syracuse, New York, Friday that left one victim with non-life-threatening injuries, police said.The suspect, Kyree Truax, faces charges of second-degree assault, second-degree criminal possession of a weapon and first-degree reckless endangerment, Syracuse Police Chief Kenton Buckner said at […]

Phil McCausland NBC News Three proposed rule changes by the Trump administration could cause millions of poor people to lose access to food stamps and decrease the size of the benefit for millions more. Over the past year, the Department of Agriculture proposed three changes to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, known as SNAP or food stamps. […]

By Christina Zdanowicz, CNN (CNN)Hundreds of people donated to pay off lunch debts at a Minnesota school after hearing that students’ hot meals were thrown away.About 40 students at Richfield High School who had a lunch balance of at least $15 had their lunches thrown away November 11 and replaced with cold lunches before school leadership intervened, […]

Nashville, TN — (RT) A female officer who became a pariah among Nashville police has sued the force and her commander for allegedly retaliating against her after she alleged a rape by a colleague, as well as racial and gender-based discrimination. Monica Blake, an African-American officer 14 years on the job, has been at odds with her […]

By Carlos Ballesteros and Mitch Dudek Rev. George Clements, a longtime civil rights advocate from Chicago’s South Side who was also known as the first Catholic priest to adopt a child, and later, three more, died Monday at a hospital in Northwest Indiana. He was 87. Clements suffered a massive stroke Oct. 12 and more […]

By NELSON OLIVEIRANEW YORK DAILY NEWS A high school science teacher who’s accused of having an affair with a student allegedly performed oral sex on him inside a classroom at least twice, authorities in Texas said this week. Randi Chaverria, who in 2018 was named “Secondary Teacher of the Year,” now faces a felony charge of […]

 Aris Folley “From our family to yours, #HappyThanksgiving!” she tweeted. The post also featured a sunny photo of her along with her husband and children. Former President Obama also tweeted a message to his 110 million followers earlier on Wednesday ahead of the holiday. “Before arguing with friends or family around the Thanksgiving table, take […]

CANDACE WHEELER • NOV 25, 2019 0:00: Rose Scott gives a news brief on predicted holiday travel volumes in Atlanta and nationwide. And, in other news,  acclaimed professional tennis player Rafael Nadal will play Grigor Dimitrov this spring at the Infinite Energy Center in Duluth. 03:53: Almost half of the kidney transplants at Piedmont Hospital come from living donors […]

SUMMER EVANS • NOV 26, 2019 John Driskell Hopkins wears many hats. He’s the co-founder, vocalist, and multi-instrumentalist of the Zac Brown Band. Around this time of year, he likes to wear a red hat with a fuzzy white ball. Hopkins stopped by last week to tell “City Lights” about his third holiday album, “Our Finest Gifts.” “This album […]

November 28, 2019

3 Black Colleges, Including Morehouse And Spelman, Get $1 Million Grants Each ASSOCIATED PRESS • NOV 19, 2019 Three historically black colleges are each getting $1 million grants to aid faculty development. Atlanta’s all-male Morehouse College is getting $1 million from the Carnegie Corp. of New York, while neighboring all-female Spelman College is getting $500,000 from Carnegie […]

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