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    CHICAGO (CBS) — The second recreational-only marijuana dispensary in Chicago opens Wednesday, on – believe it or not – Weed Street. As CBS 2’s Tara Molina reported, the opening comes after more licensing delays from the state, with Gov. JB Pritzker signing an executive order delaying 80 licenses indefinitely due to COVID-19. “I think it was meant to be,” said Wren Berger, the director of operations for Windy City Cannabis. “Weed on Weed.” Meant to be or not, opening a...
    RANCH TRIANGLE — Starting July 1, Chicagoans can buy their weed on Weed Street. Windy City Cannabis will open its first dispensary in the city on the conveniently named street, 923 W. Weed St., on Wednesday in the Ranch Triangle neighborhood. The cannabis company, which has four dispensaries in Chicagoland outside city limits, was awarded a dispensary license by the state on June 15 and announced the opening on Twitter on June 24. Artists from Company Inq were adding...
    A Wall Street tycoon is taking a leave of absence from his fund a week after an explosive lawsuit accused his son of raping a former employee.  The lawsuit says that Bill Dawson, CEO of $2.2 billion private equity firm Wellspring Capital Management, mocked and threatened the female employee when she approached him with claims that his then teenage son raped her in 2014.  In a memo Tuesday, the company revealed the chief executive would be taking time with his family as...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Chicago police said three teenagers were shot near the 79th Street CTA Red Line station Tuesday night.Police said just after 8:45 p.m. three girls, aged 19, 16 and 13, were standing on the sidewalk on the 79th Street Bridge that goes over the Dan Ryan Expressway when a silver sedan approached and opened fire in their direction.The 19-year-old woman was shot in the right foot. The 16-year-old girl was shot in the right forearm. They were both...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Chicago fire officials said three people were shot near the 79th Street CTA Red Line station Tuesday night.The circumstances surrounding the shooting were not immediately clear. Fire officials said it happened on the street outside the station, not inside, sometime after 9 p.m.Fire officials said the three victims are all female, though their ages have not yet been released. Two were taken to University of Chicago Hospital and one was taken to Comer Childrens Hospital, all in...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Three people were shot Tuesday evening near the Chicago Transit Authority Red Line station at 79th Street and the Dan Ryan Expressway. Two female victims were taken to the University of Chicago Medical Center and a third was taken to the U of C’s Comer Children’s Hospital, according to the Fire Department. All were in good condition. Officials could not immediately confirm the ages of the victims or their conditions. The CTA said the station was being...
    As if things weren’t tough enough on the streets of New York — Matt Damon has brought havoc to Brooklyn Heights by moving into his luxury penthouse. The Oscar winner brought in quite the production — closing down an entire street on Tuesday — including an enormous crane, which reached over 14 stories, to lift his furniture and a host of trees onto his tony terrace. Damon, who was stuck in Ireland until late May during the COVID-19 lockdown,...
    SKID ROW (KABC) -- If theres anyone we can rely on in hard times, its our pets.When COVID hit, we realized that the homeless and their pets were even more vulnerable than usual, said Ellevet Sciences co-founder Amanda Howland.During the pandemic, Howland and her team have been visiting vulnerable communities throughout California, like Skid Row, to offer free veterinary services, supplies and food.We, within three weeks, rented a giant 38ft RV, flew out to California, stocked it with medical supplies,...
    NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- For the last month, the owner of a 100-year-old NYC eatery has asked for a bike rack to be relocated so he can open up more outdoor seating and help save his restaurant.Business at Genes Restaurant is down by 90 percent amid the COVID-19 pandemic -- and just to get a section of the rack moved has been blocked by a lot of red tape.The West Village Institution has been closed for four months for...
    Appearing Tuesday on MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell Reports, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot (D) blamed President Donald Trump for her city’s ongoing gun violence, claiming the crisis is a “direct result” of failed leadership by the federal government. Chicago’s mayor blames Trump for her city’s soaring murder rate: “If the president was really committed to helping us deal with our violence, he would do some easy things … He would push to make sure that people who were banned from getting on airplanes...
    VIDEO3:1603:16Wall Street did something highly unusual in Tuesdays session, Jim Cramer saysMad Money with Jim Cramer CNBCs Jim Cramer said Wall Street players are conflicted about the market and it resulted in a rare showing in Tuesdays session with earnings season underway. This market is divided into four camps between the vaccine optimists and pessimists, as well as those concerned and unconcerned about spiking Covid-19 cases, the Mad Money host said. These four camps ... theyre at war every single...
    Google Search has been promoting videos hosted by its own platform, YouTube, even when competitors versions are more popular according to an investigation. The Wall Street Journal reports that an investigation that used autonomous bots to search for content found YouTube systemically promotes its own videos over those hosted by competitors like Facebook. In its tests, the Wall Street Journal says YouTubes videos were significantly more prominent than those hosted by other platform in the vast majority of cases. ...
    The Jersey City Zoning Board voted unanimously in favor of a four-story development on Fourth Street. The proposal for 377 Fourth St., was submitted by Alan Cancro, the owner of each of the four lots within it, JerseyDigs.com reports. The plan for the 9,000-square-foot building includes a lobby with an elevator on the ground floor, a dedicated area for bicycle parking as well as a landscaped space in the rear of the structure. It is unclear whether the housing units...
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    Black Lives Matter street murals have been painted in bright, bold colors across the country.  After a massive mural was painted near the White House in Washington DC, cities including New York City, Seattle, Oakland, and Tulsa followed suit with their own colorful declarations. These photos show how people have come out in numbers to dedicate public spaces to Black Lives Matter.  Visit Insiders homepage for more stories. After weeks of protests following the death of George Floyd,...
    Trump admin rescinds in-person teaching requirement for foreign students A Trendy LA Restaurant Was Accused Of Scraping Mold Off Of Jam Before Serving It Heres what happened to the stock market on Tuesday © Provided by CNBC The New York Stock Exchange is pictured on May 26, 2020 at Wall Street in New York City. Dow Jones Industrial Average rises 556 points The Dow gained 556.79 points, or 2.13% to close at 26,642.59. The S&P 500 climbed 1.34% to 3,197.52....
    This past Sunday evening (7/12), a pro-police march and rally took place along Fourth Avenue from 75th Street to 65th Street. At the same time, a counter-protest demonstration by the group known as Black Lives Matter had approximately 300 participants. During the first outing, the paths of the two groups didn’t cross one another. Then the BLM protesters unexpectedly crashed the pro-police rally under the shadow of the Bay Ridge Towers, at 65th Street and 4th Avenue. While the police struggled to keep the protesters from...
    Black Lives Matter (Photo by Darrian Traynor/Getty Images) The Catskill, NY Board of Trustees have voted down a proposal to paint a Black Lives Matter mural. The committee consisting of five white members received a proposal from the Hudson/Catskill Housing Coalition, proposing “Black Lives Matter” be painted across Main Street. The proposal was denied on June 30. READ MORE: Bay Area couple charged with hate crime for painting over BLM mural Black residents currently make up by over a...
    The disbanding of the anti-crime unit combined with the Defund the Police movement is feeding the recent uptick in bloody violence that left a 1-year-old dead a day ago and another 17 shot in New York City, the NYPD’s Chief of Department said Tuesday. “The disbanding of anti-crime, obviously has a huge effect,” Chief Terrence Monahan said on 1010 Wins radio. “Those are our best cops out on the street, grabbing guns. So, there’s a feeling that it’s safe to...
    SAN ANTONIO – A man who was fatally struck by a vehicle on a South Side street over the weekend has been identified by authorities. Antonio Lopez, 21, died from blunt force injuries he suffered during the incident that happened at 11:45 p.m. Saturday on Division Avenue and South Flores Street. According to SAPD, witnesses notified police after the man was hit by the vehicle. Officials said he was found in the middle of the street, unresponsive. Paramedics attempted to...
    TOTTENHAM will let Serge Aurier decide if he wants to play against Newcastle following the tragic death of his brother. The club confirmed on Monday that Christopher was shot dead outside a nightclub in Toulouse and paid tribute to the 26-year-old on social media. 1Serge Aurier will decide if he wants to play against NewcastleCredit: PA:Press Association Aurier, 27, has been a vital part of Mourinhos plans since the Portugueses appointment in November. And the boss is...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City BY MEDHA SINGH Wall Street opened lower on Tuesday following a mixed bag of quarterly earnings from U.S. lenders and simmering tensions between Washington and Beijing, while new coronavirus restrictions in California hit tech stocks for a second straight day. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 41.63 points, or 0.16%, at the open to 26,044.17. The S&P 500 opened lower by...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — All large public events in Philadelphia have been canceled until February 2021 due to COVID-19 risks. City officials are expected to provide further details during Tuesday’s coronavirus briefing. City officials did not specify which events would be canceled but they did say the cancelation includes any event that is sponsored or sanctioned by the City of Philadelphia. That includes the Broad Street Run, the Philadelphia Marathon, the Thanksgiving Day Parade, and the Mummers Parade. #Breaking: No large...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — All large public events in Philadelphia have been canceled until February 2021 due to COVID-19 risks. City officials are expected to provide further details during Tuesday’s coronavirus briefing. City officials did not specify which events would be canceled but they did say the cancelation includes any event that is sponsored or sanctioned by the City of Philadelphia. That includes the Broad Street Run, the Thanksgiving Day Parade, and the Mummers Parade. #Breaking: No large public events will...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — All large public events in Philadelphia have been canceled until February 2021 due to COVID-19 risks. City officials are expected to provide further details during Tuesday’s coronavirus briefing. City officials did not specify which events would be canceled but they did say the cancelation includes any event that is sponsored or sanctioned by the City of Philadelphia. That includes the Broad Street Run, the Thanksgiving Day Parade, and the Mummers Parade. #Breaking: No large public events will...