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    Chuck Barney’s TV and streaming picks for July 5-11 DON’T MISS: “American Experience: The Vote” — Timed to the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment, this two-part, four-hour documentary series tells the dramatic story of the epic — and little-known — crusade waged by American women for the right to vote. Focusing primarily on the movement’s militant and momentous final decade, it charts the determined march to the ballot box, and illuminates the many social, political and...
    Cassandra Pollock July 5, 2020 12:29PM (UTC) This article originally appeared on The Texas Tribune. The Texas GOPs executive committee voted Thursday night to proceed with plans to hold the partys in-person convention in Houston later this month. The State Republican Executive Committee, a 64-member body that serves as the governing board of the state party, voted 40-20 to approve the resolution supporting the in-person gathering. Thursdays vote comes as the state grapples with a surge of coronavirus cases,...
    Prince Andrew “puzzled” over calls to cooperate in investigation into Jeffrey Epstein after arrest of financier’s ex-girlfriend, source close to prince told PA news agency, reaffirming good will of the prince. The Duke of York, 60, friend of the late Jeffrey Epstein, is again in the spotlight after the arrest Thursday in the United States Thursday of Ghislaine Maxwell. This former collaborator and ex-partner of Jeffrey Epstein has been charged with trafficking minors, accused of recruiting young girls victims...
    He IBEX 35 It has fallen 1.27%, to 7,403.50 points, after the strong gains on Thursday; and despite the fact that June service PMIs have risen sharply and exceeded forecasts. Especially good has been the data of Spain, whose PMI services it has soared from 27.9 in May to 50.2, indicating that activity has entered expansive territory. On the other hand, Wall street It is closed for the Independence Day holiday. During the week, the Spanish selective 3.1% has risen....
    He IBEX 35 It has fallen 1.27%, to 7,403.50 points, after the strong gains on Thursday; and despite the fact that June service PMIs have risen sharply and exceeded forecasts. Especially good has been the data of Spain, whose PMI services it has soared from 27.9 in May to 50.2, indicating that activity has entered expansive territory. On the other hand, Wall street It is closed for the Independence Day holiday. During the week, the Spanish selective 3.1% has risen....
    DR Anthony Fauci has said its pretty obvious that the United States is not going in the right direction with coronavirus. The top coronavirus doctor made the comments as the country witnessed a rise in virus cases. 3 Fauci said the country is not going in the right directionCredit: Alamy Live News I think its pretty obvious that we are not going in the right direction, Fauci said during an interview with JAMA on Thursday. The heightened case figures have...
    An armed member of the Canadian military crashed a truck through a gate on the grounds where Prime Minister Justin Trudeau lives in Ottawa on Thursday and was quickly arrested by police, Canada’s Global News reported on Friday. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) said the man crashed his truck through a gate protecting the exclusive Rideau Hall grounds early Thursday morning and then walked to a greenhouse on the property “where he was rapidly contained by RCMP members who...
    BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota health officials say they’ve confirmed nearly 60 new cases of the coronavirus. The state health department said Saturday that as of Friday the state has seen 3,779 cases, up from 3,722 cases on Thursday. Eighty people have died. The number of active cases grew to 411 on Friday, up from 371 on Thursday. Health officials have traced the vast majority of cases to close contact and community spread. The virus has infected 889 people...
    Ghislaine Maxwell will seemingly kill herself or “be silenced” in jail, a sufferer lawyer has reportedly predicted — a 12 months after he appropriately forecast Jeffrey Epstein’s early loss of life behind bars. “I don’t assume she goes to get out of jail alive,” Spencer Kuvin, an lawyer for a number of Epstein victims, advised The Every day Mail. “I mentioned the identical factor about Jeffrey Epstein and folks laughed at me,” he advised the information web site. “I...
    Ghislaine Maxwell will likely kill herself or “be silenced” in jail, a victim lawyer has reportedly predicted — a year after he correctly forecast Jeffrey Epstein’s early death behind bars. “I don’t think she is going to get out of jail alive,” Spencer Kuvin, an attorney for several Epstein victims, told The Daily Mail. “I said the same thing about Jeffrey Epstein and people laughed at me,” he told the news site. “I think she knows way too much...
    MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin health officials have confirmed nearly 600 more cases of COVID-19 in the state. The state Department of Health Services said Friday that the state has now seen 30,317 confirmed cases since the pandemic began in March. That’s up 579 cases from Thursday. The department reports three more people have died since Thursday, bringing the total dead to 796. Nearly 40 addtional people were hospitalized since Thursday, bringing the total hospitalizations to 3,555, or about 12%...
    Coronavirus — TEXAS – Governor Greg Abbott issued a executive order Thursday, July 2, which requires the use of masks in public places around the state, except in counties with less than 20 cases confirmed by COVID-19. The order went into effect at 12:01 pm on Friday, July 3, 2020, but hours later, a group of conservatives filed a lawsuit arguing that the governor’s order is unconstitutional. The lawsuit argues that the order “goes against the spirit of Texas...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Riverside and San Bernardino counties both reported additional deaths attributed to the novel coronavirus Friday, while Ventura did not release updated figures. Riverside County health officials reported 730 newly confirmed cases and 14 more fatalities, bringing countywide totals to 19,450 cases and 479 deaths. The county said 8,352 people had recovered from the illness. There were 462 county residents being treated in the hospital Thursday, with 120 in intensive care units. San Bernardino County health officials...
    Coronavirus — TEXAS – Governor Greg Abbott issued a executive order Thursday, July 2, which requires the use of masks in public places around the state, except in counties with less than 20 cases confirmed by COVID-19. The order went into effect at 12:01 pm on Friday, July 3, 2020, but hours later, a group of conservatives filed a lawsuit arguing that the governor’s order is unconstitutional. The lawsuit argues that the order “goes against the spirit of Texas...
    Bay City News Service PETALUMA — Police on Friday released the names of a man and woman found dead Thursday morning at a Petaluma home in what’s being investigated as a murder-suicide. Mark Richard Passanisi, 56, died of a single gunshot wound and was found in a bedroom with a pistol near his body, according to police. Debbie Ann Passanisi, 54, had been shot more than once and was found in a common area of the home in the 1600...
    (CBS4) — Gov. Jared Polis has vetoed his first bill of the year on Thursday. The bill concerned opioid addiction prevention and would have limited opioid prescriptions. In a letter, Gov. Polis applauded many efforts of the bill but said it would ultimately boost premiums and cost insurance carriers between $22 and $38 million. Polis said he would not sign further legislation boosting costs. Sponsors of the bill responded Thursday night, saying the health care and social costs of addicted...
    A 20-year-old male was transported to the hospital after a firework accident left him with burns to his face and hand Thursday night, according to the Menlo Park Fire Protection District. First responders were called to the front of a building on the 2900 block of Calvin Avenue in unincorporated North Fair Oaks at 10:58 p.m. on Thursday, the district said in a news release. There, Captain/Paramedic Chris Dennebaum and his crew found a man with lacerations and burns to...
    MORRISON, Colo. (CBS4) — Attendance at Saturday’s Bandimere Speedway event was deeply curtailed Thursday by a Jefferson County judge who granted a temporary restraining order limiting participation at the 20,000-seat drag strip to 175 people. The Jefferson County Health Department steered the matter into the courts after expressing its concerns about adherence of the county’s Covid-19 restrictions and receiving no response from the speedway since Monday. That was the day Jefferson County Public Health Executive Director Mark B. Johnson sent...
    DULUTH, Minn. (AP) — First responders have pulled a naked man out of the downtown Duluth sewer system. The rescue came Thursday evening after authorities got a report Wednesday that a person had entered a manhole in downtown. City spokeswoman Kate Van Daele said his clothes were found near that manhole. Authorities searched for several hours Wednesday, but called off the search when they could not find him. But Van Daele said a passerby heard someone calling for help from...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – An organizer of a “Trump Boat Parade” in Pittsburgh says she’s expecting thousands of people, though county officials have ordered events with over 25 attendees to be canceled as coronavirus cases surge. Tricia Cunningham, one of the “4th of July Trump Boat Parade & Salute To First Responders” organizers, says as of Thursday evening about 12,000 people and 283 boats had registered online for the event, though she doesn’t know how many will show up, our news...
    DULUTH, Minn. — First responders have pulled a naked man out of the downtown Duluth sewer system. The rescue came Thursday evening after authorities got a report Wednesday that a person had entered a manhole in downtown. City spokeswoman Kate Van Daele said his clothes were found near that manhole. Authorities searched for several hours Wednesday, but called off the search when they could not find him. But Van Daele said a passerby heard someone calling for help from a...
    OAKLAND (CBS SF) – Nearly 2,600 families watched a presentation given Thursday night by Oakland Unified School District leaders, who described scenarios for reopening schools in the fall. The meeting started about 5 p.m. and was available on Zoom in English, Spanish, Arabic and Chinese until Zoom reached its limit of 1,000 users, prompting school leaders to ask families to watch on YouTube. School officials emphasized that the plans they described Thursday evening were not final, but one option for...
    Taking temperature before entering a place as a preventive measure by the covid-19 has become a new reality, however rumors have spread through social networks that the use of the infrared light emission thermometer could be a risk to health. Specialists denied that thermometers used to measure temperature cause damage to neurons or the retina, as circulated in different videos. Héctor Ramón Martínez Rodríguez, a neurologist, clarified that the infrared light emission thermometer does not cause any damage to the...
    RIVERSIDE (CBSLA) — Riverside County is calling on residents to celebrate the Fourth of July at home this year due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. In a public service announcement, released late Thursday night, U.S. Army veteran Ralph Duarte talks about the sacrifices he has made in the name of that service — missing birthdays, holidays, graduations and weddings. “This Fourth of July weekend, we need you to safely celebrate Independence Day at home with just the family in...
    RIVERSIDE (CBSLA) — Riverside County is calling on residents to celebrate the Fourth of July at home this year due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. In a public service announcement, released late Thursday night, U.S. Army veteran Ralph Duarte talks about the sacrifices he has made in the name of that service — missing birthdays, holidays, graduations and weddings. “This Fourth of July weekend, we need you to safely celebrate Independence Day at home with just the family in...