Jewelry Store Owner Says Suspects Stole 300K Worth of Merchandise

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Two armed suspects burglarized a South Sacramento Jewelry store Friday afternoon. The store owner tells CBS13 that the suspects made off with roughly $300,000 in merchandise. The owner, not comfortable sharing the name of the store or showing his face, fearing for his safety and concerned the suspects may come back. The…

Armed Robbers Steal $300K Worth Of Items From Jeweler In South Sacramento

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Robbers targeted a jewelry store in South Sacramento, taking around $300,000 worth of merchandise. On Friday afternoon, two people went into the store on Florin Road, pulled out guns, and took all of the merchandise. The owner, who doesn’t want to be named, says the two stole about $300,000 worth of jewelry.…


38 Cheap & Easy Things To Do in Portland This Weekend: Dec 3-5, 2021

by EverOut Staff Get ready to have festive ditties stuck in your head for the rest of the season—the Great Figgy Pudding Caroling Competition returns to Pioneer Courthouse Square this Saturday. It might be tempting to spend another weekend glued to your couch (figuratively speaking), but even if you’re pinching pennies and hate to plan,…


Good Afternoon, News: Olshey is Out, Oregon Scientists Test Poop for COVID, and TriMet Faces Historic Driver Shortage

by Isabella Garcia The Mercury provides news and fun every single day—but your help is essential. If you believe Portland benefits from smart, local journalism and arts coverage, please consider making a small monthly contribution, because without you, there is no us. Thanks for your support! Neil Olshey was fired Friday after a Blazers investigation…


TriMet To Reduce Service on 20 Bus Lines Amid Staffing Shortage

by Isabella Garcia Line 75 is one of the 20 TriMet bus lines that will see a reduction in service amidst staffing shortages. TriMet TriMet will reduce service on 20 of its 84 bus lines starting January 9 due to a shortage of bus drivers, the transit agency announced Friday. The reductions will decrease TriMet’s…


Over half of Germans want lockdown for all – poll

A recent poll by YouGov indicates that 53% of Germans support the idea of a sweeping lockdown all across the country, amid a surge in Covid cases. 38%, on the other hand, do not want to see the screws tightened even further, while another 8% are undecided. The pollsters surveyed 2,049 Germans online between November…


Finland records first-ever case of suspected far-right terrorism

Five men have been detained for allegedly having planned gun and bomb attacks in what the Finnish police believe is the first case of far-right terrorism in the country’s history. The members of the group, which operated in the southwestern town of Kankaanpää, were arrested on Tuesday, having been under surveillance for two years. On…


Australian politician names surprise culprit for low Aboriginal vax rate

The premier of Western Australia has suggested US-based “white supremacist groups” may be to blame for low Covid vaccination rates among Aboriginals, claiming the Indigenous community has been targeted with anti-vaxx propaganda. “There’s been some misinformation provided to Aboriginal people from people who do not have their best interests at heart,” Western Australia Premier Mark…

Irish vacation turns into a COVID nightmare for Saunders County couple

When they tested positive, their expected 12-day trip turned into an expensive, extended ordeal as they tried to navigate the various requirements to get back on an airplane and return to the U.S. Go to Source Author: PAUL HAMMEL Omaha World-Herald Top Featured Tags: – Nebraska NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Labor shortage disrupts developmental disability services; 2,866 Nebraskans on waiting list

The state budget included enough money to add long-awaited services for 500 people this fiscal year. But none have been able to start because providers don’t have enough staff, lawmakers were told. Go to Source Author: Martha Stoddard Omaha World-Herald Top Featured Tags: – Nebraska NewsPress Release Distribution Service

UNL moving forward with diversity plan; 3 regents say they’ll keep fighting it

Despite calls by opponents of UNL’s diversity plan for Nebraskans to make their voices heard at Friday’s board meeting, the topic did not come up during public comment. Go to Source Author: CHRIS DUNKER Lincoln Journal Star Top Featured Tags: – Nebraska NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Contact tracing revs up in some states as omicron reaches US

The arrival of the omicron variant of the coronavirus in the U.S. has health officials in some communities reviving contact tracing operations in an attempt to slow and better understand its spread as scientists study how contagious it is and whether it can thwart vaccines. In New York City, officials quickly reached out to a…

Putin to seek guarantees on Ukraine as invasion fears grow

The Kremlin said Friday that President Vladimir Putin will seek binding guarantees precluding NATO’s expansion to Ukraine during a planned call with U.S. President Joe Biden, while a U.S. intelligence report and the Ukrainian defense minister warned of a possible Russian invasion of Ukraine as soon as next month. With tensions between Russia and the…

Where are Ethan Crumbley’s parents? Were red flags ignored before Oxford High School shooting?

U.S. Marshals have joined the search Friday for the parents who are charged in connection with the deadly attack on Oxford High School that their 15-year-old son is accused of committing. James Robert Crumbley and Jennifer Lynn Crumbley are each facing four counts of involuntary manslaughter after police say their son, Ethan Crumbley killed four…


DFW sees tech-job postings fall nearly 4,700 in on month as it holds to No. 3 ranking: report

A new report shows declines amid some national headwinds, though some tech-oriented companies in DFW are hiring in big ways, CompTIA says. Top Featured Tags: – Texas News, – BusinessPress Release Distribution Service


North Texas tippers are leaving more for food service workers during pandemic, study finds

Dallas and Fort Worth ranked Nos. 8 and 11 respectively in the top 20 markets for tipping, according to a study of online orders. A survey of U.S. residents said they have been tipping food service workers more during the pandemic. Top Featured Tags: – Business, – Texas NewsPress Release Distribution Service


New report: DFW poised to become the biggest metro in the country to get back to pre-pandemic employment numbers

DFW is expected to reach pre-pandemic employment levels by the end of this year, far faster than analysts expected. Top Featured Tags: – Business, – Texas NewsPress Release Distribution Service


Before Oxford shooting, officials repeatedly told parents school was safe

A high school teacher spotted the teen held in the Oxford High School shootings searching online for ammo, flagged officials day before the shooting.        Top Featured Tags: – Michigan NewsPress Release Distribution Service


Police searching for James and Jennifer Crumbley; attorney says they’ll turn themselves in

James and Jennifer Crumbley, the parents of accused Oxford High School shooter Ethan Crumbley, have not yet been found by police after being charged        Top Featured Tags: – Michigan NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Boulder King Soopers shooting suspect ruled incompetent to stand trial

The Arvada man charged with opening fire in a Boulder King Soopers store and killing 10 people is not competent to stand trial and must complete mental health treatment before the criminal case against him can go forward, a judge ruled Friday. Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa, 22, will be transported to the state hospital in…

Running back Javonte Williams in line to make first NFL start Sunday at Kansas City

Broncos rookie running back Javonte Williams is set to make his first NFL start Sunday night at Kansas City after Melvin Gordon missed a third consecutive practice Friday. Gordon, who sustained a hip injury early in last week’s win over the Los Angeles Chargers but returned to the game, is listed as doubtful to face…

Dog reunited with family after its owner was killed in a Westminster crash

A dog that ran off after its owner was hit and killed by a vehicle in Westminster has been found and reunited with family. The crash happened at about 3:05 p.m. on Monday at West 100th Avenue and Federal Boulevard, police said in a news release. A woman, walking her dog, was attempting to cross…

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