Boston protester charged with assaulting police officer

Police have charged one of Mayor Michelle Wu’s frequent protestors with assaulting a cop at a demonstration this week outside of City Hall. Catherine Vitale, 31, of Dorchester, was hauled off on Tuesday after she and a few other protesters showed up chanting in and then outside of City Hall as Wu and law-enforcement officials… Continue reading Boston protester charged with assaulting police officer

Feds link Dark Web drug dealer’s profile to Many Vids page, raid hotel room and seize 10,000 fentanyl pills

SACRAMENTO — Federal prosecutors here have charged two people with selling fentanyl pills disguised as oxycodone, after an undercover investigation that started when authorities linked an online drug market page to a pornography subscription profile belonging to one of the suspects. Holly Adams and Devlin Hosner were charged last week with conspiracy to distribute controlled… Continue reading Feds link Dark Web drug dealer’s profile to Many Vids page, raid hotel room and seize 10,000 fentanyl pills

Ex-Clairemont After-School Employee Sentenced for Sex Crimes Involving Teens

Photo via Pixabay A former after-school employee at a Clairemont high school was sentenced Wednesday to one year of probation and ordered to register as a sex offender for inappropriately touching teenage victims at his workplace. Stephen Tyler Wescott, 31, who worked for the San Diego Unified School District’s after-school program dubbed IMIN at James… Continue reading Ex-Clairemont After-School Employee Sentenced for Sex Crimes Involving Teens

How to run your best Boston Marathon: Nutrition, pacing tips ahead of the big day

It happens to the best of runners at the Boston Marathon: The adrenaline is pumping at the start of the race in Hopkinton, they’re flying downhill for several miles, and then can’t believe it as they see their fast time when they make it to the Newton hills. Then everything falls apart, essentially blowing a… Continue reading How to run your best Boston Marathon: Nutrition, pacing tips ahead of the big day

Gus And YiaYia’s Ice Ball Cart Opens For The Season On The North Side

By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Gus and YiaYia’s ice ball cart is open for the season. The Pittsburgh institution has been in business for 88 years. Ninety-year-old Gus Kalaris took over the business from his father in the 50s and he’s been serving up ice balls and snacks on the North Side ever… Continue reading Gus And YiaYia’s Ice Ball Cart Opens For The Season On The North Side

‘She Always Wanted To Trailblaze For Women’: Alyssa Nakken, Woodland Native And SF Giants Coach, Makes MLB History

WOODLAND (CBS13) — A Sacramento State graduate and Woodland native has made Major League Baseball history—or should we say, she made “her-story.” Alyssa Nakken coached first base for the San Francisco Giants on Tuesday night making her the first woman to ever make an on-field appearance in a regular-season MLB game. Nakken was born and… Continue reading ‘She Always Wanted To Trailblaze For Women’: Alyssa Nakken, Woodland Native And SF Giants Coach, Makes MLB History

Former President Trump Injects Himself In Pennsylvania Governor Race, Attacking One Candidate And Encouraging Another

HARRISBURG (KDKA) – The Republican race for governor is getting unexpected attention when former President Trump intervened with some strong comments. Washington County Republican chair Dave Ball has seen a lot in politics, but the latest in the Republican primary for governor was a surprise. “I personally have never seen anything like that,” Ball told… Continue reading Former President Trump Injects Himself In Pennsylvania Governor Race, Attacking One Candidate And Encouraging Another