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LUSD celebrates resilient Class of 2020 through creative ceremonies 
6/24/2020 6:18:19 PM

LYNWOOD—Lynwood Unified seniors celebrated their commencement like no class had before them as they were honored through a variety of socially distanced events that culminated their triumph through a challenging year. Class of 2020 graduates were cheered wildly during drive-through ceremonies, surprised outside their homes with lawn signs, and ultimately commemorated through virtual ceremonies that adhered to public health guidelines while still providing a memorable send-off. “This is definitely something we will always remember,” Firebaugh High School Salutatorian...

Beyoncé drops surprise single 'Black Parade' on Juneteenth
6/24/2020 6:14:32 PM

LOS ANGELES (AP)—Beyoncé did not let Juneteenth pass without dropping one of her signature surprises—a new single called “Black Parade.” “I'm going back to the South, I'm going back where my roots ain't watered down,” Beyoncé sings, opening the track. At several points on Friday's release, the singer tells listeners to “Follow my parade.” Proceeds from the song will benefit Black-owned small businesses, a message entitled “Black Parade Route” on the singer's website said. The post included...

Comedian DL Hughley COVID-19 positive after fainting onstage
6/24/2020 6:13:21 PM

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP)—Comedian D.L. Hughley announced he tested positive for COVID-19 after collapsing onstage during a performance in Nashville, Tennessee. The stand-up comedian, 57, lost consciousness while performing at the Zanies comedy nightclub on Friday night and was hospitalized, news outlets reported. On Saturday, Hughley posted a video on Twitter in which he said he was treated for exhaustion and dehydration afterward. “I also tested positive for COVID-19, which blew me away,” he says in the video. “I was what they call asymptomatic. I didn't have...

MLB spring training sites close amid virus worry
6/24/2020 6:12:26 PM

By Ben Walker   Every team in Major League Baseball will shut its spring training camp over concerns about the coronavirus pandemic, a move that came in the wake of the Philadelphia Phillies announcing Friday five players had tested positive for COVID-19. The closures come while MLB owners and players try to negotiate a deal to begin the season, and raise the possibility the virus outbreak could scuttle all attempts at starting up this year. A person familiar with the decision told The Associated Press the spring complexes in Florida and Arizona will temporarily close because...

2nd wave of virus cases? Experts say we're still in the 1st
6/24/2020 6:09:08 PM

By Mike Stobbe   What's all this talk about a “second wave” of U.S. coronavirus cases? In The Wall Street Journal last week, Vice President Mike Pence wrote in a piece headlined “There Isn't a Coronavirus ‘Second Wave'“ that the nation is winning the fight against the virus. Many public health experts, however, suggest it's no time to celebrate. About 120,000 Americans have died from the new virus and daily counts of new cases in the U.S. are the highest they've been in more than a month, driven by alarming recent increases in...

Fake doctor signed 600 patients' medical pot paperwork
6/24/2020 6:07:41 PM

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP)—About 600 patients seeking authorization to purchase medical marijuana in Missouri had their paperwork signed by a fake doctor, officials say. The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services said in a news release that there is no evidence to indicate the affected patients were aware the physician listed was not the physician who met with them. “It was a person/people impersonating a doctor,” Department of Health and Senior Services spokesperson Lisa Cox told the Springfield News-Leader in a text message. She said the department could not...

Colin Kaepernick: Timeline of a gesture and its echoes
6/11/2020 11:48:11 AM

By Barry Wilner WASHINGTON, DC—Colin Kaepernick was a second-round draft pick in 2011. The next year he led the San Francisco 49ers to the Super Bowl. By 2016, he had begun kneeling on the sideline at games during the national anthem to protest social injustice and police brutality. Soon after, he was gone from the NFL, and he has not played since. Here's a timeline of Kaepernick's pro football and post-NFL days since he first kneeled during “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Aug. 26, 2016: During the anthem before a Packers-49ers preseason game, Kaepernick sits...

Fox News: Black deaths, stock market graphic was insensitive
6/11/2020 11:47:22 AM

LOS ANGELES (AP)—Fox News apologized Saturday for how it displayed a chart correlating the stock market's performance with the aftermath of the deaths of George Floyd, Martin Luther King Jr. and Michael Brown. The graphic that aired Friday to illustrate market reactions to historic periods of civil unrest “should have never aired on television without full context. We apologize for the insensitivity of the image and take this issue seriously,” the cable channel said in a statement. The chart included on “Special Report with Bret Baier” illustrated gains...

LAPD issues immediate moratorium of carotid restraint control hold
6/11/2020 11:45:45 AM

LOS ANGELES (CNS)—An immediate moratorium on the Los Angeles Police Department's training and use of carotid artery restraints, also known as sleeper holds, was issued Monday by Chief Michel Moore. The moratorium will be in place until the Board of Police Commissioners conducts a detailed review of the department's policy regarding the maneuver. It was agreed upon by Moore and Police Commission President Eileen Decker, according to a statement by the LAPD. Pasadena Police Department Chief John Perez and El Monte Police Department Chief David Reynoso also suspended the use...

Surfers honor George Floyd in 'paddle out' held around world
6/11/2020 11:43:58 AM

By Brian Melley   SANTA MONICA (AP)—On a sliver of sand that before the Civil Rights era was derisively dubbed “The Ink Well” because of its popularity among Black people, hundreds of surfers gathered to honor the life of George Floyd and other African Americans killed by police. The occasion Friday was a paddle out, a Hawaiian tradition to celebrate a life and mourn its passing, organized by Black Girls Surf to share the pain they are feeling with devotees of a sport that has not always welcomed them. “This speaks so much more to people because if you...