‘Shut Your Mouth, Boy’: Philadelphia Police Officer Caught On Video Harassing Black Man

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A video making the rounds on social media showing a Philadelphia police officer harassing a Black man, calling him “boy” and “homie,” has prompted outrage and an investigation. Police officials say the officer shown in the video has been placed on administrative duty as an investigation unfolds. “This investigation is active and… Continue reading ‘Shut Your Mouth, Boy’: Philadelphia Police Officer Caught On Video Harassing Black Man

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Anoka County Sheriff’s Office Investigates Scam Calls From Person Claiming To Be A Deputy

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The Anoka County Sheriff’s Office says it is investigating several scam phone calls from a person claiming to be affiliated with the office. Authorities say the person identifies himself as a deputy with the Anoka County Sheriff’s Office and goes on to tell the victim that they did not show up for jury… Continue reading Anoka County Sheriff’s Office Investigates Scam Calls From Person Claiming To Be A Deputy

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Fantasy Football Start Or Sit Week 5: Will Leonard Fournette Feast On A Weak Dolphins Run Defense?

(CBS Boston) — The Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ high-powered offense runs largely on the arm of Tom Brady and the prowess of his receivers. The run game has been mostly an afterthought. But when Brady returned to New England, Tampa Bay focused more on the run. The rainy weather may have had something to do with… Continue reading Fantasy Football Start Or Sit Week 5: Will Leonard Fournette Feast On A Weak Dolphins Run Defense?

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Nearly 7,000 COVID-19 Cases Have Been Detected In Minnesota Schools Since Labor Day

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Since Minnesota students returned to in-person classes last month, there have been nearly 7,000 COVID-19 cases detected in schools across the state. According to data updated Thursday by the Minnesota Department of Health, there have been 6,835 COVID-19 cases associated with Minnesota schools since Labor Day. In those cases, 27 students and… Continue reading Nearly 7,000 COVID-19 Cases Have Been Detected In Minnesota Schools Since Labor Day

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‘Shut Your Mouth, Boy’: Philadelphia Police Officer Caught On Video Harassing Black Man

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A video making the rounds on social media showing a Philadelphia police officer harassing a Black man, calling him “boy” and “homie,” has prompted outrage and an investigation. Police officials say the officer shown in the video has been placed on administrative duty as an investigation unfolds. “This investigation is active and… Continue reading ‘Shut Your Mouth, Boy’: Philadelphia Police Officer Caught On Video Harassing Black Man

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As Part Of An Infrastructure Advancement, Macomb County Announces More EV Charging Stations

(CBS DETROIT)– As the future of EV’s increases, Macomb County is making sure they’re ready to receive them. As the world starts to transition into an EV era, Macomb County Executive says the county will make the experience convenient for drivers. “We understand it’s coming I think that’s where the industry is headed they all made… Continue reading As Part Of An Infrastructure Advancement, Macomb County Announces More EV Charging Stations

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Fantasy Football Start Or Sit Week 5: Will Leonard Fournette Feast On A Weak Dolphins Run Defense?

(CBS Boston) — The Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ high-powered offense runs largely on the arm of Tom Brady and the prowess of his receivers. The run game has been mostly an afterthought. But when Brady returned to New England, Tampa Bay focused more on the run. The rainy weather may have had something to do with… Continue reading Fantasy Football Start Or Sit Week 5: Will Leonard Fournette Feast On A Weak Dolphins Run Defense?

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Whitmer Restores Prevailing Wages On State Projects

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced Thursday, Oct. 7, that Michigan will pay higher “prevailing” wages on state construction projects, three years after Republican legislators repealed a long-standing law that required better pay. The Democratic governor said the cancellation of the law does not preclude her from implementing a prevailing wage policy for… Continue reading Whitmer Restores Prevailing Wages On State Projects

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