Sunday, February 10th, 2019

 

Grammys 2019 -- the winners

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Grammys host Alicia Keys; Monty Brinton/CBSHere’s the complete list of winners in key categories for the 61st annual Grammy Awards, revealed Sunday night in ceremonies at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Album of the YearGolden Hour — Kacey Musgraves Record of the Year“This Is America” — Childish Gambino Song of the Year“This Is America” — Childish Gambino Best New ArtistDua Lipa POP FIELD Best Pop Solo Performance“Joanne (Where Do You Think You’re Goin’?)” — Lady Gaga Best Pop Duo/Group Performance“Shallow” — Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper Best Traditional PopRead More


5 juveniles arrested for murder of Nashville musician shot in front of his home

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aijohn784/iStock(NASHVILLE, Tenn) — Nashville police have arrested five minors in connection with the death of a 24-year-old musician who was shot during a robbery at his home. Kyle Yorlets, a member of the rock band Carverton, was shot outside his Nashville home Thursday and was found inside by one of his housemates around 3 p.m., according to the Metro Nashville Police Department. He was later pronounced dead at the Vanderbilt University Medical Center. The five juveniles, ranging in age from 12 to 16, have been charged with Yorlets’ murder, policeRead More


Insulin pill might one day make treating diabetes a little less painful

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PeopleImages/iStockBY: DR. ERICA ORSINI (BOSTON) — Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed a way for diabetics to administer insulin orally, potentially doing away with the need for painful daily needle pokes in the near future. The new delivery method comes in the form of a blueberry-sized pill. Once it’s swallowed, it is able to align itself on the tissue of the gastrointestinal tract and deploy a tiny needle, known as a “millipost,” which delivers the insulin, according to a report published in Science. For many diabetics, insulinRead More


California driver charged with felony DUI after striking 9 pedestrians on busy sidewalk

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KABC(FULLERTON, Cali.) — A 22-year-old California man has been charged with felony DUI after he allegedly mowed down nine pedestrians early Sunday morning. Christopher Solis allegedly struck and injured the victims with his red Toyota Tacoma in downtown Fullerton Sunday around 1:48 a.m., according to a statement from the Fullerton Police Department. Solis, of Anaheim, allegedly drove the truck up onto the sidewalk and hit the pedestrians before crashing into a tree, police said. Good Samaritans and police officers had to lift the truck to free several pedestrians who wereRead More


Seattle, already having its snowiest February in 70 years, set for even more

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Tainar/iStock(SEATTLE) — The second winter storm in a week brought 7.9 inches of snow to Seattle on Friday night and Saturday. Nearly 2 feet of snow fell in the mountains outside the city of Seattle, which has received 10.6 inches of snow so far in February, the most snow for the month in 70 years. After receiving fresh snow, the city is likely going to see its coldest morning temperature since November 2010. The area is digging out from the snow, right as two more storms are lined up toRead More


Denver Public Schools teachers set to strike Monday for the first time in 25 years

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Andy Cross/MediaNews Group/The Denver Post via Getty Images(DENVER) — Denver Public Schools teachers are planning to strike Monday after negotiations over a compensation package that allowed teachers to earn additional income failed. Negotiations between the Denver Classroom Teachers Association and the Denver Public Schools District for the Professional Compensation System for Teachers, implemented in 1999, have been ongoing for 15 months, according to ABC Denver affiliate KMGH-TV. The ProComp contract, which offered incentives that allowed teachers, school nurses and psychologist to earn more money on top of their base pay,Read More


Seattle, already having its snowiest February in 70 years, set for even more

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Tainar/iStock(SEATTLE) — The second winter storm in a week brought 7.9 inches of snow to Seattle on Friday night and Saturday. Nearly 2 feet of snow fell in the mountains outside the city of Seattle, which has received 10.6 inches of snow so far in February, the most snow for the month in 70 years. After receiving fresh snow, the city is likely going to see its coldest morning temperature since November 2010. The area is digging out from the snow, right as two more storms are lined up toRead More


Denver Public Schools teachers set to strike Monday for the first time in 25 years

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Andy Cross/MediaNews Group/The Denver Post via Getty Images(DENVER) — Denver Public Schools teachers are planning to strike Monday after negotiations over a compensation package that allowed teachers to earn additional income failed. Negotiations between the Denver Classroom Teachers Association and the Denver Public Schools District for the Professional Compensation System for Teachers, implemented in 1999, have been ongoing for 15 months, according to ABC Denver affiliate KMGH-TV. The ProComp contract, which offered incentives that allowed teachers, school nurses and psychologist to earn more money on top of their base pay,Read More


Hawaii braces for storm that could bring waves up to 60 feet

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ABC News(HONOLULU) — An intensifying Pacific storm about 500 miles north of Kauai is rapidly moving south toward the Hawaiian Islands. The storm will come very near Hawaii on Sunday. The storm will continue to intensify as it passes close to the islands, before the storm turns back east sometime early Monday. This rapidly intensifying, fast-moving storm will likely generate waves reaching 40 to 60 feet, which could come very near the Hawaiian Islands — especially the northern shores. The National Weather Service in Honolulu said these waves could causeRead More


Woman with baby in car crashes through front of LA police station, tries to back out

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KABC(LOS ANGELES) — A woman has been arrested after she plowed through the front of a Los Angeles police station with a baby in her car — and then tried to back out as cops clung to the vehicle. The bizarre incident happened at about 4:45 a.m. on Saturday morning at the Harbor Area station in San Pedro, California. Police released surveillance video of the entire incident. The driver can be seen plowing through the glass front doors of the station and right into the lobby of the building. TheRead More