Melrose Action: Neighborhood Watch Group Takes Action to Fight Increase in Crime in Melrose District

Melrose Action: Neighborhood Watch Group Takes Action to Fight Increase in Crime in Melrose District

A community in Southern California that is tired and frustrated by the recent rise in violent robberies and subsequent home attacks is now taking matters into its own hands. Members of a neighborhood watch group in the Melrose District say they feel nothing is being done to stop the tide of crime. The group, Melrose … Read more

Kennedy Center Honors and its traditions are back again

Kennedy Center Honors and its traditions are back again

by: ASHRAF KHALIL, Associated Press Sent: December 5, 2021 / 12:37 EST / Up to date: December 5, 2021 / 12:42 EST 2021 Kennedy Center-awarded, from left, Justino Díaz, Lorne Michaels, Joni Mitchell, Bette Midler and Berry Gordy pose after the medallion ceremony for the 44th annual Kennedy Center Honors on Saturday, December 4, 2021 … Read more

How many states is Omicron in now?

How many states is Omicron in now?

The highly mutated Omicron variant of coronavirus had been reported in at least 16 states on Saturday, with the state of Washington reporting three new cases. Many of the cases appeared to be individuals who had traveled to South Africa recently, including the first case reported Saturday in Wisconsin by the state Department of Health. … Read more

Bob Dole, a giant from the Senate and Republican presidential candidate in 1996, dies

Bob Dole, a giant from the Senate and Republican presidential candidate in 1996, dies

“Senator Robert Joseph Dole died early this morning in his sleep. By his death, at the age of 98, he had served the United States faithfully for 79 years,” according to a statement from his family. Dole, who was seriously injured during World War II, had suffered a number of health ailments in previous years. … Read more

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