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    CHICAGO — A scooter company will provide a 50 percent discount for all rides starting in the South and West sides as part of their pitch to be included in the city’s second scooter pilot. The city’s scooter pilot program will launch in late July or early August with over 10,000 scooters deployed across Chicago — more than double from last year. People can only ride scooters 5 a.m. – 10 p.m. Scooters are not permitted on the Lakefront Trail,...
    Coronavirus updates: NYC numbers drop despite reopening; baseballs testing struggles; New drug enters late-stage trials Never Dine at a Restaurant If It Doesnt Have This One Thing Josh McCown tweet about Patrick Mahomes rich extension goes viral Give Josh McCown credit. The journeyman knows how to back things up. He has been a reserve quarterback for much of his NFL career and he took to social media Monday to have some fun with Patrick Mahomes’ monster contract extension. ©...
    New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo rode the New York City subway to show “it’s safe” as the city begins Phase 1 of reopening on Monday. “NYC is open. Gov Cuomo chatting with New Yorkers on the subway,” Cuomo communication director Dani Lever tweeted. “Ridership at the moment is light, but we are reassuring that it’s safe.” As the city begins its reopening process, some 200,000 to 400,000 people are expected to return to work at retail stores, factories and construction...
    A masked Gov. Andrew Cuomo rode the subway to work in Manhattan on Monday as New York City entered Phase One of its reopening plan amid the coronavirus. The governor took the No. 7 train in Queens to his office in Midtown. “Today, I took a ride on the 7 train,” Cuomo said at a daily press briefing. “They subways are cleaner than they have ever been in my lifetime. “If it wasn’t safe, I wouldn’t ask anyone to go...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The City of Pittsburgh is working with Waze and other programs to share traffic data. The information sahred will be analyzed and used for future projectes to keep traffic moving smoothly. According to the city, traffic data shared will not include drivers’ personal data.
    Actor Karan Tacker has temporarily shifted to Lonavala to stay with his parents, owing to the continuing rise in Covid-19 cases in the city. “We are staying at Amby Valley. The reason behind moving out of the city was that there have been a lot of cases being reported in Mumbai. My building had a few cases and my parents are getting older. I am constantly worried about their health,” said Karan. “Fortunately, none of us have contracted anything yet,...
    MARCUS RASHFORD is right up there with Captain Tom Moore as a lockdown legend. And now the fundraising forward  has matched the celebrated centenarian by being awarded an honorary doctorate. 3Marcus Rashford teamed up with poverty and food waste charity FareShare to raise £20m, having himself benefited from free school meals as a kid 3Man Utd star Marcus Rashford also spearheaded a social media campaign to boost awareness about child poverty 3Local lad Marcus Rashford has also done the city...
    NYCFC lost their second straight game in the MLS is Back Tournament, but Jesus Medina made it worth their while. The 23-year-old Paraguayan bodied down a cross from Heber at the top of the box in NYCFC’s 3-1 loss to Orlando City on Tuesday night and lasered a volley into the top corner to pull NYCFC within a goal before halftime. Medina missed a chance at a second goal in the second half and was subbed from the game...
    By GILLIAN FLACCUS, Associated Press PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Nearly two months of nightly protests that have devolved into violent clashes with police have prompted soul-searching in Portland, Oregon, a city that prides itself on its progressive reputation but is increasingly polarized over how to handle the unrest. President Donald Trump recently deployed federal agents to “quell” the demonstrations in Portland that began after George Floyds death at the hands of Minneapolis police, shining an unwelcome spotlight as the city...
    The taxpayers of Minneapolis will foot a $152,000 bill for security services given to three members of the City Council who received death threats following their calls to defund the police in the wake of George Floyd’s death. According to an investigative report by the local Fox 9 news outlet, the three council members, Andrea Jenkins (Ward 8), Phillipe Cunningham (Ward 4), and Alondra Cano (Ward 9), were granted a security detail shortly after Memorial Day, which cost the city...
    By DEEPTI HAJELA, Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — It’s been the story for many a starry-eyed creative type looking for a big break in the Big Apple — wait tables to pay the bills while auditioning, performing, singing, painting, dancing, writing, whatever it takes to make the dreams of success come true. But there’s been a plot twist, thanks to the coronavirus putting food servers out of work in recent months as restaurants were forced to shut down their...
    PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Nearly two months of nightly protests that have devolved into violent clashes with police have prompted soul-searching in Portland, Oregon, a city that prides itself on its progressive reputation but is increasingly polarized over how to handle the unrest. President Donald Trump recently deployed federal agents to “quell” the demonstrations in Portland that began after George Floyd’s death at the hands of Minneapolis police, shining an unwelcome spotlight as the city struggles to find a way...
    PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Nearly two months of nightly protests that have devolved into violent clashes with police have prompted soul-searching in Portland, Oregon, a city that prides itself on its progressive reputation but is increasingly polarized over how to handle the unrest. President Donald Trump recently deployed federal agents to “quell” the demonstrations in Portland that began after George Floyd’s death at the hands of Minneapolis police, shining an unwelcome spotlight as the city struggles to find a way...
    SANTA ROSA (CBS SF) – In response to new statewide restrictions to stop the spread of the coronavirus, the City of Santa Rosa is closing most of its public counters until at least August 2. The closures take effect Wednesday, July 15. Public counters at City Hall, Finley and Steele Lane Community Centers, the Parking Division, Planning and Economic Development and most other city departments will be closed. There will be limited public access at the Santa Rosa...
    By Jessie Pang and James Pomfret HONG KONG (Reuters) - The national security law Beijing foisted on Hong Kong has drawn red lines across many aspects of life in the city, but a vanguard of young democrats is intent on shaking up the political order and gaining mass support. Young firebrands stormed to big wins in several Hong Kong districts that held primary elections for the democracy camp on the weekend, outshining some veteran democrats. Backed by throngs of volunteers,...
    LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (AP) — Kacper Przybylko scored in the 63rd minute and the Philadelphia Union held off Inter Miami for a 2-1 victory on Tuesday night in the MLS is Back tournament. It was Union’s second win in two games in the World Cup-style tournament played without fans at ESPN’s Wide World of Sports complex at Walt Disney World. The victory secured a spot in the knockout round. Kai Wagner put Philadelphia up early with a...
    SAUSALITO (CBS SF) – Detectives were investigating a shooting in Marin City that left at least one person hurt, Tuesday night, according to Marin County Sheriff’s Office. Deputies responded to a report of shots fired around 8 p.m., in the 400 block of Drake Avenue. One victim was transported to the hospital. There is no information about the identity or extent of the person’s injuries. Police were asking people to avoid the area.
    1 of 2This Oct. 31, 1998, photo shows Wesley Ira Purkey, who raped and murdered a 16-year-old girl and killed an 80-year-old woman and was sentenced to death. Purkeys execution is scheduled to occur on July 15, 2020, in Terre Haute, Ind. (Jim Barcus/The Kansas City Star via AP)1 of 2This Oct. 31, 1998, photo shows Wesley Ira Purkey, who raped and murdered a 16-year-old girl and killed an 80-year-old woman and was sentenced to death. Purkeys execution is scheduled...
    Hong Kong (CNN Business)The New York Times is moving some staff out of Hong Kong due to a new security law imposed by China on the city, as both foreign and local media face increased uncertainty in the Asian financial hub. Some Times employees in Hong Kong have faced challenges securing work permits, the paper reported Tuesday in an article detailing the decision to move some staff to Seoul, South Korea. With the city facing a new era under tightened...
    By ZEN SOO, Associated Press HONG KONG (AP) — Young activists and localist candidates dominated Hong Kong’s unofficial pro-democracy primaries over the weekend, with hundreds of thousands of people voting despite warnings the election could violate the territorys new security law. Candidates who emerged at the top of the polls were in their 40s or younger in every constituency polled, and included activists like prominent pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong and Jimmy Sham, who helped organize many of last year’s anti-government...
    By Jessie Pang and Yanni Chow HONG KONG (Reuters) - A key organiser of primary elections for Hong Kongs pro-democracy camp said on Wednesday he was stepping down after Beijing said the vote may violate the new national security law and could amount to subversion. Former democracy lawmaker Au Nok-hin helped organise the weekend poll that saw more than 610,000 people vote in what was widely seen as a symbolic protest against the sweeping legislation imposed on the city by...
    HONG KONG (AP) — Renewed restrictions took effect in Hong Kong on Wednesday, with restaurants limited to takeout after 6 p.m., as the Asian financial center battles a resurgence of the coronavirus. Mask-wearing has been made compulsory on public transport for the first time, with fines of up to 5,000 Hong Kong dollars ($650). Public gatherings are once again restricted to four people, after the limit was eased last month to allow up to 50. The semi-autonomous Chinese territory has...
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — San Francisco Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved a measure permanently banning the city from profiting off jail inmates and their families via services such as phone calls and commissary items. The People Over Profits ordinance, authored by Supervisor Sandra Fewer, builds on efforts by Mayor London Breed and former Sheriff Vicki Hennessy to make jail phone calls free and stop price markups for commissary items such as soap, food or coffee. Fewer’s ordinance makes the...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Come back to college. That’s the invitation from Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot. And if you do, your debt could be wiped out. On Tuesday, the mayor unveiled a new program to forgive the debt for City Colleges of Chicago students who return after dropping out in the past ten years. It’s not just good for those students, but also good for the city, said the mayor. “Upward mobility doesn’t have to be a pipe dream,” Lightfoot said....
    The New York Times says it will move some of its Hong Kong staff to Seoul as concerns mount over the implications of a severe new security law for the city. The US news outlet said the law unsettled news organizations and created uncertainty about the citys prospects as a hub for journalism. Reporters will remain, but the digital editing team will relocate over time. Global media organisations often face restrictions on the mainland but Hong Kong had been...