Multiple Victims Injured In Late Night Shooting In Dallas

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Multiple victims were injured a shooting that took place in the early hours of Mar. 3 and which caused two crashes nearby as the suspects fled. At about 1:08 a.m., Dallas Police officers responded to a call about a shooting from the 2700 block of Romine Avenue. One of the complainants, a 25-year-old… Continue reading Multiple Victims Injured In Late Night Shooting In Dallas

Russia-Ukraine tensions: Indians unable to use ceasefire routes, Government seeks safe corridor for students

Russia and Ukraine announced Saturday a ceasefire — they called it a “regime of silence” — and humanitarian corridors for civilians to leave the cities of Mariupol and Volnovakha, but Indians stranded in eastern Ukraine were unable to use these exit routes. Subscribe Now: Get Express Premium to access the best Election reporting and analysis… Continue reading Russia-Ukraine tensions: Indians unable to use ceasefire routes, Government seeks safe corridor for students

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Volunteers Make A Big Difference For People In Colorado Experiencing Homelessness

DENVER (CBS4) – Volunteers have a direct impact on those who are experiencing homelessness. CBS4 continues to partner with the Denver Rescue Mission to Spread the Warmth, and a little bit of time goes a long way to help people experiencing homelessness. (credit CBS) “I’ve always had a passion for volunteering,” said Jon Fahey, a… Continue reading Volunteers Make A Big Difference For People In Colorado Experiencing Homelessness

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It’s Been 2 Years Since First COVID Case Was Diagnosed In Colorado

DENVER (CBS4) – Saturday marks two years since Colorado’s first COVID-19 case was diagnosed, and it comes at a time when cases continue to decline across the state. A total more than 12,000 people in Colorado have died due to COVID. “Colorado has the tenth lowest COVID-19 death rate in the nation. And that can… Continue reading It’s Been 2 Years Since First COVID Case Was Diagnosed In Colorado

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Tshiebwe shines again, No. 7 Kentucky beats Gators 71-63

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Oscar Tshiebwe had 27 points and 15 rebounds for his 25th double-double of the season, and No. 7 Kentucky beat Florida 71-63 on Saturday to secure the No. 3 seed in next week’s Southeastern Conference Tournament. The Wildcats (25-6, 14-4 SEC) ended a two-game road skid in league play and won… Continue reading Tshiebwe shines again, No. 7 Kentucky beats Gators 71-63

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Missing Florida Woman’s Body Found In Backyard Septic Tank

MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) – The body of a Florida missing woman was found in a septic tank buried in her backyard, and her handyman has been charged with killing her, authorities said Saturday. Investigators in Jensen Beach found a body believed to be that of Cynthia Coles, submerged in the septic tank 4 feet (1.2 meters)… Continue reading Missing Florida Woman’s Body Found In Backyard Septic Tank

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Charlie Baker makes one final push for passage of domestic violence legislation

Gov. Charlie Baker has been making a full-court press to pass two bills to address domestic violence before he leaves office, initiatives he’s been pushing since 2017 — but advocates have varying concerns. Baker has tweeted several times about these bills and embarked on a listening tour in cities throughout the state to hear survivors’… Continue reading Charlie Baker makes one final push for passage of domestic violence legislation

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Zelenskyy’s ‘desperate’ plea to Congress: Send more planes

By LISA MASCARO, MARY CLARE JALONICK and MATTHEW LEE WASHINGTON (AP) — Fighting for his country’s survival, Ukraine’s leader made a “desperate” plea Saturday to American lawmakers for the United States to help get more warplanes to his military and cut off Russian oil imports as Kyiv tries to stave off the Russian invasion. President… Continue reading Zelenskyy’s ‘desperate’ plea to Congress: Send more planes

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Douglas County Judge Hands Down 39 Year Sentence To Man Who Stabbed Mother In Midst Of Drunken Rage

(CBS4) – A Douglas County judge handed down a 39 year prison sentence this week to a 32-year-old man who stabbed his mother in the neck and assaulted his girlfriend. Samuel Wise’s mother survived the attack. (credit: Douglas County) Wise committed the crimes on a day in late May 2018. Douglas County deputies responded to… Continue reading Douglas County Judge Hands Down 39 Year Sentence To Man Who Stabbed Mother In Midst Of Drunken Rage

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U.S. District Judge Approves Fix To Stem Racial Bias In NFL Concussion Deal

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Black retired football players who were denied payments for dementia in the NFL’s $1 billion concussion settlement can seek to be retested or have their claims rescored to eliminate racial bias in the testing and payout formula, under a revised plan finalized Friday. Outrage over the use of “race-norming” in the dementia… Continue reading U.S. District Judge Approves Fix To Stem Racial Bias In NFL Concussion Deal

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