Russia says nuclear talks with US delayed amid differences

MOSCOW (AP) — Moscow has postponed a round of nuclear arms control talks with the United States set for this week because of stark differences in approach and tensions over Ukraine, a senior Russian diplomat said Tuesday. Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said the decision to put off the talks that were scheduled to start… Continue reading Russia says nuclear talks with US delayed amid differences

West Virginia cash-for-worker program adds 4th destination

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — A program offering cash and free outdoor adventures to remote workers to move to West Virginia with the hope of offsetting population losses has welcomed 143 new residents in the year since it launched, officials announced Tuesday. The public-private program Ascend West Virginia said it has added a fourth destination where… Continue reading West Virginia cash-for-worker program adds 4th destination

Araceli Osuna, Fernando Buenrostro Injured after Fatal Three-Car Collision on Dogwood Road [El Centro, CA]

Man Dead, Araceli Osuna, Fernando Buenrostro Injured after Multi-Car Crash near Ralph Road EL CENTRO, CA (November 23, 2022) – Sunday, a three-car accident that left one man dead, and Araceli Osuna and Fernando Buenrostro injured. The incident happened, on November 20th, at around 2:30 p.m., on Dogwood Road just north of Ralph Road. According… Continue reading Araceli Osuna, Fernando Buenrostro Injured after Fatal Three-Car Collision on Dogwood Road [El Centro, CA]

Kensington made a brand new wi-fi model of its SlimBlade trackball mouse

Kensington’s new model of its SlimBlade trackball mouse has an enormous enchancment over the unique mannequin: wi-fi connectivity. With the SlimBlade Pro, which Kensington announced on Tuesday, you’ll be capable of join the trackball to your PC or Mac through Bluetooth or with a 2.4GHz wi-fi dongle (via 9to5Mac). Kensington claims the SlimBlade Pro will… Continue reading Kensington made a brand new wi-fi model of its SlimBlade trackball mouse

Recipes: Make these breakfast treats for overnight guests

The holidays can bring overnight houseguests. Bless their little hearts, they appreciate treats to enhance breakfast, baked goods that can make them feel like they are getting special treatment. These luscious add-ons aren’t necessarily intended as a replacement for protein-based breakfast entrees. They are a delicious way to make the first meal of the day… Continue reading Recipes: Make these breakfast treats for overnight guests

Survivor of Virginia Walmart mass shooting files $50M suit

By BEN FINLEY NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — A Walmart employee who survived last week’s mass shooting at a store in Virginia has filed a $50 million lawsuit against the company for allegedly continuing to employ the shooter — a store supervisor — “who had known propensities for violence, threats and strange behavior.” The lawsuit, which… Continue reading Survivor of Virginia Walmart mass shooting files $50M suit

Woman Shot, Wounded During Joint Law Enforcement Operation in Talmadge

A San Diego Sheriff’s cruiser. Photo by Chris Stone A woman was shot Monday evening in the Talmadge neighborhood of San Diego during a joint operation conducted by the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department and Chula Vista Police Department. The shooting occurred at approximately 8:43 p.m. in the 4100 block of Collwood Lane, near 54th… Continue reading Woman Shot, Wounded During Joint Law Enforcement Operation in Talmadge

Cheap Trick talks new music ahead of Fantasy Springs Casino concert in Indio

Now that live music is back, with it comes a string of Cheap Trick concerts. It’s something the veteran act has been doing on a consistent basis ever since forming in Rockford, Ill. in 1973. The nearly two years in which touring came to a standstill due to the COVID-19 pandemic didn’t mean founding member… Continue reading Cheap Trick talks new music ahead of Fantasy Springs Casino concert in Indio

Former Fall River mayor, elected at age 23, loses corruption case appeal

BOSTON (AP) — A federal appeals court has upheld the extortion and fraud convictions of a once-celebrated young Massachusetts mayor who was found guilty of extorting hundreds of thousands of dollars from marijuana businesses. In a ruling published on Monday, the 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rejected a series of challenges to former Fall… Continue reading Former Fall River mayor, elected at age 23, loses corruption case appeal