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Redding police officials have released the identity of the Redding shooting suspect, arrested earlier Sunday morning, following a high-speed pursuit crash, as well as details on Sunday’s early morning shooting.
Investigators identified the suspect as James Joshua Noyes, 33, of Redding. According to RPD, Noyes has a
Melissa Hart says she listened on speakerphone as her 17-year-old daughter Amanda was mistreated by the assistant principal at her school.
CHARLESTOWN, Ind. — An internal investigation in underway at Charlestown High School after the assistant principal was accused of using homophobic slurs.
Melissa Hart says she listened on speaker
Priti Patel may have to give evidence at an employment tribunal over claims she forced out the Home Office’s most senior civil servant.
The Home Secretary has been accused of bullying staff and allowing a press briefing campaign against Sir Philip Rutnam, who resigned as the department’s permanent secretary in
Legal advice used to justify a curfew as part of Victoria’s coronavirus lockdown must not be kept secret ahead of a court fight, a judge has ruled. The validity of a curfew, still affecting metropolitan Melbourne, will be tested in a Supreme Court trial next week. Mornington Peninsula
On a crisp, sunny Sunday morning, Tope Fajinbesi and her husband, Niyi Balogun, do steady business at their produce stand in the District of Columbia, selling green beans, sweet potato greens, encore lettuce, sage, mint leaf basil and tomatoes.
The couple grow their produce in Brookeville, Maryland, about
Two more members of the Tennessee Titans, one player and one staff member, have tested positive for COVID-19, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. That brings the total number of positive Titans tests to 18. The Titans have had new positives every day for the past six days.
Schefter also reported
On September 17, 2020, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed SB 1159 into law, which is effective immediately for all employers. The law does five things: (1) it codifies Governor Newsom’s Executive Order N-62-20 on a disputable presumption for all mandatory on-site workers for workers’
The Nigerian telecoms watchdog says it has suffered an identity theft attack on popular social media service, Facebook, raising the bar of high-profile cyber crime.
Facebook, the most popular social media service in Nigeria, has over 27 million users in the country and over 2.7 monthly active users across the
The Scottish Government have refused to release legal advice due to ‘legal privilege’.
Friday, 25th September 2020, 12:30 pm
Scottish Labour demanded an end to “secrecy” around the legal advice provided to the
Uber and Lyft together are spending nearly $100 million on a November California ballot initiative to overturn a state law that would compel them to classify drivers as employees.
That sum looks less huge, however, than the potential costs of complying with the existing law, according to a Reuters analysis.
The owner of a gay nightclub chain is launching legal action against the government over the 10pm curfew, saying the hospitality trade has been ‘thrown under the bus’.
Lawyers for Jeremy Joseph, who owns the popular G-A-Y group, wrote to the health secretary threatening a judicial review.
The 53-year-old, who