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North Carolina senator's top aide named CEO of Carolina Hurricanes parent company 07/11/2024 02:41pm • RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) β€” A top aide to a powerful North Carolina state legislator was named Thursday as the chief executive officer of the parent company of the Carolina Hurricanes. Hurricanes owner Tom Dundon announced the hiring of Brian Fork, who has worked for state Senate leader Phil Berger since Computer hacking charge dropped against Miami OnlyFans model accused of killing her boyfriend Computer hacking charge dropped against Miami OnlyFans model accused of killing her boyfriend 07/11/2024 02:37pm • MIAMI (AP) β€” South Florida prosecutors dropped the computer hacking charge Thursday against an OnlyFans model accused of fatally stabbing her boyfriend in a Miami condo in 2022. The charge against Courtney Clenney, 29, was dropped after a circuit judge ruled last month that the Miami-Dade State At Groceries are expensive, but they don't have to break the bank. Here are some tips to save Groceries are expensive, but they don't have to break the bank. Here are some tips to save 07/11/2024 12:06pm • NEW YORK (AP) β€” If you’ve noticed that you’re paying more than before for the same amount of groceries, you’re not the only one. Inflation is easing slightly, but grocery prices are still high β€” up 21% on average since inflation started to surge more than three years ago. β€œWhen inflation Russian missile attack on Ukraine’s largest hospital complicates treatment of kids with cancer Russian missile attack on Ukraine’s largest hospital complicates treatment of kids with cancer 07/11/2024 03:39am • KYIV, Ukraine (AP) β€” The National Cancer Institute in Kyiv was busier than usual after a Russian missile struck Ukraine’s largest children’s hospital this week, forcing the evacuation of dozens of its young patients battling cancer. Russia’s heaviest bombardment of the Ukrainian capital in f Prince William Co. schools to expand restrictions on student cellphone use Prince William Co. schools to expand restrictions on student cellphone use 07/10/2024 10:08pm • Prince William County Public Schools intends to expand its restrictions on cellphone usage to all middle and high schools next year. The undertaking β€” an expansion of last year’s pilot program restricting phone usage in county schools β€” comes as Gov. Glenn Youngkin is making β€œcellphone-fr Alec Baldwin's involuntary manslaughter trial starts with witnesses recalling chaotic set shooting Alec Baldwin's involuntary manslaughter trial starts with witnesses recalling chaotic set shooting 07/10/2024 09:08pm • SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) β€” A defense attorney told jurors Wednesday that the shooting death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins was an β€œunspeakable tragedy” but that β€œ Alec Baldwin committed no crime; he was an actor, acting.” Baldwin's lawyer Alex Spiro emphasized in his opening statement in a Joe Lee, founder of a popular DC-area record store, dies at 76 Joe Lee, founder of a popular DC-area record store, dies at 76 07/10/2024 04:53pm • Joe Lee, whose Montgomery County shop, Joe's Record Paradise, was a popular gathering spot for D.C.-area music fans, died July 4 at the age of 76. His son Johnson told WTOP Lee had been battling throat cancer and died at a hospice center in Rockville, Maryland. Joe Lee (left) and Zev Feld Media upheaval: CNN cutting about 100 jobs, and CBS News president announces resignation Media upheaval: CNN cutting about 100 jobs, and CBS News president announces resignation 07/10/2024 04:02pm • NEW YORK (AP) β€” CBS News President Ingrid Ciprian-Matthews said Wednesday she's resigning after less than a year in her role, and CNN announced that it was eliminating approximately 100 jobs in continued signs of upheaval for the media business. Ciprian-Matthews will continue to work as an adviser In swing-state Pennsylvania, a Latino-majority city embraces a chance to sway the 2024 election In swing-state Pennsylvania, a Latino-majority city embraces a chance to sway the 2024 election 07/10/2024 03:34pm • READING, Pa. (AP) β€” Religion and politics frequently overlap in Reading, an old industrial city in one of the most pivotal swing states of this year’s presidential election. In Pennsylvania, there is early precedent for this kind of thing. The state began as a haven for Quakers and other Europea Their Vermont homes were inundated by extreme flooding. A year later, they still struggle to recover Their Vermont homes were inundated by extreme flooding. A year later, they still struggle to recover 07/10/2024 03:28pm • MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) β€” A year after catastrophic flooding inundated parts of Vermont, Lisa Edson Neveu and her two teenage sons still live in their flood-wracked home despite unrepaired damage that festers like an open wound: torn-out walls and floors, a missing ceiling in one room and a downstair Pop-soul band Lake Street Dive wants to spread a little joy around. What's wrong with that? Pop-soul band Lake Street Dive wants to spread a little joy around. What's wrong with that? 07/10/2024 11:10am • NEW YORK (AP) β€” Lake Street Dive chooses to spread some joy. You got a problem with that? The veteran pop-soul band's upbeat approach permeates the new disc β€œGood Together,” with the title track's sprightly synthesizers pushing along members' Rachael Price and Akie Bermiss duet about of a coup Fraternity and sorority suspended as Dartmouth student's death investigated 07/10/2024 11:08am • HANOVER, N.H. (AP) β€” Dartmouth College has suspended a fraternity and a sorority as the investigation continues into the death of a student whose body was found Sunday in the Connecticut River after a party nearby the night before, the school said. Won Jang, 20, of Middletown, Delaware, had been Olympians' early memories of seeing Michael Phelps and the torch kickstarted their careers 07/10/2024 10:53am • Jordan Larson remembers the little, white TV that was perched on a swivel in the kitchen, making it easy to keep an eye on things while cooking or eating. One summer during Larson's childhood, the Olympics were on β€” Olympic gymnastics, to be more specific. β€œI was like, β€˜I think I’m going to More Indigenous youth are learning to spearfish, a connection to ancestors and the land 07/10/2024 09:30am • HAYWARD, Wis. (AP) β€” Ganebik Johnson started learning traditional Ojibwe songs when he was about 2 years old. He'd hang around listening to his uncle sing, or observe elders, or even pull up music on YouTube. Spearfishing came shortly after, at around age 7, when his grandfather took him out on a Kroger to sell 6 DC-area Harris Teeter stores in Albertsons merger Kroger to sell 6 DC-area Harris Teeter stores in Albertsons merger 07/10/2024 08:17am • Kroger and Albertsons have released a final list of the hundreds of grocery stores they plan to divest as part of their $24.6 billion merger, despite the legal challenges and union opposition they face. The stores proposed for sale include six Harris Teeter locations in the D.C. area β€” in Germa
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