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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 …

Manhattan, Kan (KSNT) – As voters across Kansas head to the polls, in Manhattan they will be faced with a sales tax question, one that might confuse some voters but could mean increased revenue for the city. Manhattan voters will vote on a 0.5% sales tax increase for the city, but not the entire city. …

“I’ve just been doing all this stuff, and I haven’t gotten sick” In this series of investigative pieces, The California Aggie investigates how the COVID-19 crisis has affected the lives of individuals in our community. “Tell it to me one more time,” I say, clicking my recorder on. “Alright. Now?” replies Chris Boyd, 18. “Now,” …

An alert neighbor helped foil a break-in at a Montecito business early Tuesday, according to the Santa Barbara Police Department. At about 2:40 a.m., officers responded to an optometry office on the 1100 block of Coast Village Road, police spokesman Anthony Wagner told Noozhawk. They found damaged doors and other evidence that someone had tried to …

Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu has reiterated his commitment to ensuring the peaceful co-existence of all Nigerians in Lagos State irrespective of tribe, religion and creed. He made the call following his visit to Fagba, Ifako-Ijaiye Local Government Area of Lagos State, to assess the aftermath of a recent tribal clash in the area. Confirming this recent …

What to Know The State University of New York announced a new testing mandate requiring all on-campus students to be tested for COVID within 10 days of Thanksgiving break, an effort to curb community spread Most SUNY campuses will switch all-remote after the break, under previously announced plans. The new testing mandate is designed to …

Boston College announced Monday it will delay the start of its spring semester and cancel spring break as a measure to slow the spread of COVID-19. Spring semester for the college is now scheduled to begin January 28, nine days after the college intended to start. “We have had tremendous success in controlling the spread …

America’s top tech companies are pushing for a software-based approach to building 5G telecom networks that could help the United States and its allies get past the hardware-based leadership position that China’s Huawei currently holds.  “We have a point of view which is now pervasive in the industry that the way you will ultimately build …

Esta nota también está disponible en español en La Noticia. About a third of Latinos eligible to vote in North Carolina have yet to register. The regular registration period ended Oct. 9, so their only chance to cast a ballot is by going to an early voting site before Oct. 31. But Latinos face many …

Police in Philadelphia clashed with protesters late Monday night just hours after a Black man armed with a knife was shot and killed by two officers in the western part of the city, reports said. Philadelphia Police Sgt. Eric Gripp said the shooting occurred at about 4 p.m. after officers responded to a call about a …