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As a public service, Shaw Media will provide open access to information related to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) emergency. Sign up for the newsletter here GENOA – Students in the Genoa-Kingston 424 school district will continue learning from home until next month, said G-K Superintendent Brent O’Daniell Wednesday, days after he reported a COVID-19 positive case …

Due to spikes in COVID-19 cases in France, Disneyland Paris will once again be closing its gates beginning Friday, October 30 to adhere to recent lockdown guidelines issued by President Emmanuel Macron. For now, there is no official timeline for when Disneyland Paris might reopen—the lockdown is said to last through December 1, however it …

TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) – Colleges and universities across Northwest Ohio are making changes to their spring semesters amid the continuing coronavirus pandemic. The University of Toledo announced in early October that it would be eliminating their normal Spring Break in favor of shorter instructional breaks throughout the semester. University leaders cited a need to reduce …

ENFIELD — A West Haven man was charged early Sunday with multiple crimes, including first-degree burglary, after breaking into a woman’s home on Prospect Street and assaulting her, Police Chief Alaric Fox said. The man, Xavier Torres, 44, was arrested at around 3 a.m., Fox said. Torres was charged in connection with a domestic violence …

LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) – Lincoln Police arrested a 32-year-old man after he reportedly broke into a home and assaulted his ex-girlfriend. LPD said on Oct. 25 LPD responded to a disturbance near 40th and A streets. When officers arrived, a female came running to an officer frightened, and the officer saw a man running after …

Hari Moorthy, Goldman Sachs global head of transaction banking. Source: Goldman Sachs Goldman Sachs wants to help any company in the world become a bank. The firm has just released software that allows clients to embed banking services into their own products as part of a push to break into the $32 billion a year …

Police declared an unlawful assembly and issued a dispersal order to sometimes unruly and violent crowds in downtown Los Angeles early Wednesday morning to celebrate the Dodgers’ World Series victory. The unlawful assembly was declared in the area of Eighth Street to Pico Boulevard and Broadway and Figueroa Street, the Los Angeles Police Department tweeted …

Submitted Cindy Moehring and Gary Peters Leaders from two of the top innovative programs at the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the U of A invite you to take a coffee break with them and learn more about the school. Learn, via Zoom, about the newly named William Dillard Department of …

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A federal judge has ordered a former New York City police officer to pay $1 million to a Black woman whose house the white officer broke into during a drunken bachelor party in Nashville, Tennessee before he threatened her family inside. U.S. District Judge Eli Richardson ordered Michael Reynolds on Monday pay the money to …