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Anti-mask protesters close north Fresno grocery store, 1 arrested for violation

FRESNO, California (KSEE / KGPE) – Protests Saturday against face-mask policies shut down a North Fresno grocery store, leading to an infringement arrest, according to Fresno police. Around. At 1.50pm, a group of protesters stood in front of Sprouts Farmers Market on the southwest corner of Blackstone and Alluvial roads, protesting against the requirement for shoppers entering the store to …

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St. Louis interstate closed after water main

ST. LOUIS – Part of Interstate 70 in St. Louis. Louis is closed after a waterburst left parts of it flooded Saturday night. From kl. At 7.30pm, westbound and eastbound lanes in the interstate are closed near Union Boulevard. According to St. The Louis Fire Department is the water main away from Bircher Boulevard. St. Louis’ water department is in …

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Death investigation underway on East’s east side

INDIANAPOLIS – A death investigation is underway on the east side of Indy after a man was found dead inside an apartment. According to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, police responded to the 200 block on N. Shortridge Road at Abbey Meadows Apartments around 6 p.m. 20.30 for a welfare check and discovered the deceased. Initially, police reported the incident …

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NYC man chooses jail over giving dog back to his employer

Barry Myrick goes crazy. The pest control professional is in a fight with his former employer, M&M Environmental in Queens, over his loyal partner – a bedbug-sniffing pit bull mix named Roxy. “She’s my best friend,” said Myrick, who even has a tattoo of Roxy on his leg. “I committed to her a long time ago, and nothing comes between …

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Dozens gather for the caravan, virtual women’s march in Sacramento

The pandemic forced women’s March Sacramento to look a little different this year. Participants were invited to join a caravan around the Capitol and listen to speakers virtually. Permission for a personal demonstration was denied, but organizers say it is not time for complacency. “Just because there is a new presidential administration does not mean that women have equity. And …

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Saturday’s Powerball jackpot is estimated at $ 20 million

Fox Business Flash headlines are here. Check out what’s clicking on FoxBusiness.com. On Saturday night, the Powerball jackpot was estimated to be at least $ 20 million, according to the game’s official website. Here are Saturday’s winning numbers: 5, 8, 17, 27, 28 with Powerball number 14 and Power Play at 3X. Saturday’s Powerball draw is the first since Wednesday …

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FTC fines three New York ticket dealers $ 3.7 million in first case brought under Obama anti-scalping legislation

Three ticket dealers in the New York area have been fined by the FTC under the BOTS Act, which Engadget reports. It is the first lawsuit filed under the Obama-era anti-scalping legislation passed in 2016. Three companies – Just in Time Tickets, Inc., Cartisim Corp., and Concert Specials, Inc. – and their leaders – Evan Kohanian, Simon Ebrani and Steven …

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