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Family sees video of teen's fatal shooting by Chicago police Family sees video of teen's fatal shooting by Chicago police 04/13/2021 06:56pm • CHICAGO (AP) — The family of a Chicago teenager fatally shot by a police officer last month has viewed video of the shooting, the city’s Civilian Office of Police Accountability announced late Tuesday. The agency said it would not immediately release the video at the request of the family of Ad Teen electrocuted during storm was 'outstanding student' 04/13/2021 05:31am • BROOKSVILLE, Fla. (AP) — A Florida teenager less than two months away from graduating from high school was electrocuted when she stepped on a live power line that fell onto the road during a severe thunderstorm and set fire to her car. On Sunday afternoon, Valentina “Val" Tomashosky, 17, came up Nationals Park worker tests positive for COVID-19 Nationals Park worker tests positive for COVID-19 04/12/2021 02:00pm • A concession worker at Nationals Park has tested positive for the coronavirus. According to a team spokesman, they are an employee for the stadium’s concessionaire, Levy. And they had last worked at the ballpark on Wednesday, two days before they tested positive. “Both the D.C. Department New this week: 'Big Shot,' 'Mare of Easttown' and 'Monday' New this week: 'Big Shot,' 'Mare of Easttown' and 'Monday' 04/12/2021 10:29am • Here’s a collection curated by The Associated Press’ entertainment journalists of what’s arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week. MOVIES — Sebastian Stan’s devoted followers are certainly getting a fair amount of him this spring on Disney+ in “The Falcon and the Ex-youth worker charged with rape was known for 'wrestling' Ex-youth worker charged with rape was known for 'wrestling' 04/12/2021 10:06am • CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A former counselor accused of raping one boy and repeatedly groping another at New Hampshire’s youth detention center in the 1990s denied the allegations when questioned by police but acknowledged being reprimanded for “wrestling with children,” a prosecutor said Monday. More people eligible for COVID-19 vaccines, including DC-area teens 16 and older More people eligible for COVID-19 vaccines, including DC-area teens 16 and older 04/12/2021 07:50am • Anyone 16 or older in Maryland or D.C. can now register for COVID-19 vaccinations, and later this week, they can register in Virginia. Maryland Vaccine providers in Maryland will be required to allow shots for all Marylanders who are 16 and older, starting Monday. Eligible teens will be able to ge Review: Read a master class in short story telling Review: Read a master class in short story telling 04/12/2021 07:31am • “The Souvenir Museum,” by Elizabeth McCracken (Ecco) If you’re tired of trying to pick something to watch on one of your half a dozen streaming services, maybe it’s time to read a short story instead. They may just be the perfect antidote to binge watching. Elizabeth McCracken’s latest col More high school grads will take a gap year — here's how to make the most of it More high school grads will take a gap year — here's how to make the most of it 04/12/2021 05:42am • The pandemic means more high school graduates will be taking a gap year before heading off to college, and that can be a good thing, despite the reasons for it. Junior Achievement of Greater Washington cites Junior Achievement survey results that found 14% of current juniors and seniors in high s For Chauvin's trial attorney, it's all about raising doubt For Chauvin's trial attorney, it's all about raising doubt 04/11/2021 09:15pm • MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Derek Chauvin's defense attorney was questioning George Floyd's girlfriend about the couple buying drugs when he abruptly shifted gears for what seemed an innocuous question: He presumed the couple had pet names for each other. Under what name, he asked, did she appear in Floyd' Vigil honoring S. Carolina shooting victims draws hundreds Vigil honoring S. Carolina shooting victims draws hundreds 04/11/2021 05:17pm • ROCK HILL, S.C. (AP) — Hundreds gathered Sunday at the vigil for the prominent South Carolina physician, his wife and two of their grandchildren — all dead at the hands of former NFL player Phillip Adams, authorities said — to reflect on the lasting impression they made on their communities. P 5 rebels, ex-policeman killed in Indian-controlled Kashmir 5 rebels, ex-policeman killed in Indian-controlled Kashmir 04/11/2021 07:52am • SRINAGAR, India (AP) — Government forces killed five suspected rebels in two gunfights in Indian-controlled Kashmir, including a teenager, police said Sunday. A former police officer was also killed by unknown gunmen in a separate attack in the disputed Himalayan region. Fighting began late Saturd Anne Beatts, groundbreaking comedy writer, dead at 74 Anne Beatts, groundbreaking comedy writer, dead at 74 04/10/2021 12:11pm • NEW YORK (AP) — Anne Beatts, a groundbreaking comedy writer with a taste for sweetness and the macabre who was on the original staff of “Saturday Night Live” and later created the cult sitcom “Square Pegs,” has died. She was 74. Beatts died Wednesday at her home in West Hollywood, Califor Video: Montgomery Co. police seek help identifying sexual assault suspect Video: Montgomery Co. police seek help identifying sexual assault suspect 04/10/2021 09:56am • Detectives in Montgomery County, Maryland, have released surveillance video in hopes getting the public's help to identify a sexual assault suspect. Montgomery County police said that the attempted sexual assault took place at Briarcliff Terrace on April 4 around 7 p.m. According to police Fellow SNL writer remembers Anne Beatts as courageous, witty Fellow SNL writer remembers Anne Beatts as courageous, witty 04/10/2021 08:54am • NEW YORK (AP) — As Lorne Michaels was putting together a writing team for what became “Saturday Night Live,” Rosie Shuster was paired with a former National Lampoon staffer known for her dark humor, disciplined approach and gift for parody, notably a Volkswagen ad that mocked Sen. Ted Kennedy' West Virginia transgender athlete bill heads to governor 04/09/2021 03:13pm • CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Transgender athletes in West Virginia would be banned from competing in female sports in middle and high schools and colleges under a bill that won approval from the legislature Friday. The bill heads to the desk of Republican Gov. Jim Justice, who has not publicly comment
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