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Therapist: Depp and Heard had relationship of 'mutual abuse'
4/21/2022 2:21:47 PM

A former personal assistant to Amber Heard said she never saw the actress suffer any physical abuse at the hands of then-husband Johnny Depp—but she said Heard once spit in her face when she asked for a higher salary. Heard descended into screaming fits of blind rage, sent incoherent text messages at 4 a.m. and was often drunk and high on illegal drugs, Kate James testified in a video deposition that was played in court Thursday during the trial for Depp's libel suit against Heard. Depp, on the other hand, was very calm, almost shy, “like a total Southern...

Just when I think I got everything covered
4/21/2022 12:31:41 PM

By Dr. James L. Snyder   I like to have an organized life. I must confess that my idea of organization is not The Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage’s idea. We may share many things, but not planning and organization. When she begins a project, it is well planned and organized down to the tiniest detail, and she never stops until it is finished. (I think she is still working on me.) One afternoon while in the middle of a project, The Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage came into my office and said, “What are you doing?” This was rather sudden and caught me...

For many, Easter Sunday marks a return to in-person worship
4/21/2022 12:25:24 PM

BOSTON (AP)—For many U.S. Christians, this weekend marks the first time since 2019 that they will gather in person on Easter Sunday, a welcome chance to celebrate one of the year's holiest days side by side with fellow congregants. The pandemic erupted in the country in March 2020, just ahead of Easter, forcing many churches to resort to online or televised worship. Many continued to hold virtual services last spring after a deadly winter wave of the coronavirus and as vaccination campaigns were still ramping up. But this year more churches are opening their doors for Easter...

It's not over: COVID-19 cases are on the rise again in U.S.
4/21/2022 12:22:19 PM

Yet again, the U.S. is trudging into what could be another COVID-19 surge, with cases rising nationally and in most states after a two-month decline. One big unknown? “We don't know how high that mountain's gonna grow,” said Dr. Stuart Campbell Ray, an infectious disease expert at Johns Hopkins University. No one expects a peak nearly as high as the last one, when the contagious omicron version of the coronavirus ripped through the population. But experts warn that the coming wave - caused by a mutant called BA.2 that's thought to be about 30% more contagious...

Police seek public's help in finding missing SoCal teen
4/13/2022 4:02:17 PM

LA VERNE—A 14-year-old girl has been reported missing in La Verne and police Tuesday asked the public's help in locating her. Heidy Julissa Ca Choc was last seen at approximately 5:23 p.m. Monday near 3102 D St., north of Bonita High School, according to the La Verne Police Department. Heidy is Latina, 5 feet, 3 inches tall, weighs 106 pounds, has brown hair and brown eyes. Anyone with information about Heidy or knows of her whereabouts was asked to call La Verne detectives at...

New cases and daily test-positivity rate increasing in LA County
4/13/2022 4:00:50 PM

LOS ANGELES—The number of new cases and test positivity rates increased again this past week. The average number of daily new cases reported the last seven days increased to 960, a 23% increase from the average of 783 daily new cases the previous seven days. This past week, reported cases in LA county increased an average of 3.2% per day. And while today’s test positivity at 1.0% remains very low, it has been inching up these past couple of weeks.  COVID-19 hospitalization numbers remain stable with 265 patients currently hospitalized and deaths remain low, reflecting...

DODGERS TO CELEBRATE JACKIE ROBINSON DAY AT DODGER STADIUM
4/13/2022 3:59:47 PM

LOS ANGELES—The Los Angeles Dodgers will join Major League Baseball, and the entire country, in celebrating the 75th anniversary of Jackie Robinson breaking baseball’s color barrier on Friday, April 15. Making it extra special this year, members of the Robinson family will be joining the celebration including Jackie’s wife, Rachel Robinson, and his son, David. Together, the club will celebrate Jackie’s legacy not only at Dodger Stadium, but throughout the day with unique events at places that were incredibly meaningful to Jackie.   The Dodgers and Los...

Tiger's Tale: Woods shoots career-worst 78 at the Masters
4/13/2022 3:57:07 PM

AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP)—Tiger Woods used to turn weekends at Augusta National into gripping theatre, relentlessly charging up the leaderboard one fearless drive, one feathery iron, one nervy putt at a time. Not now. Maybe not ever again. The magic the five-time Masters champion summoned so easily for so long was nowhere to be found during another labored four-plus hour journey underneath the Georgia pines on Saturday. His 6-over 78 marked his worst in 93 career rounds at the tournament he has come to define and left him at 7-over. The limp from his surgically repaired right leg...

Jackson's speech highlights race struggles, progress
4/13/2022 3:54:56 PM

“In my family, it took just one generation to go from segregation to the Supreme Court of the United States.” With those words, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson acknowledged both the struggles and progress of Black Americans in her lifetime. Her words, delivered from the South Lawn of the White House on Friday, one day after her historic Senate confirmation, were a tribute to generations of Black Americans who she said paved the way for her elevation to the nation's highest court. “I have now achieved something far beyond anything my grandparents could have possibly...

Biden extends student loan freeze through August
4/13/2022 3:49:44 PM

WASHINGTON—The Biden administration on Wednesday announced that federal student loan payments will remain paused through Aug. 31, extending a freeze that began in 2020 but was set to end after this month. The action is meant to help millions of borrowers regain financial footing before they're back on the hook for payments. Here's more on the decision:   WHAT DOES IT MEAN FOR BORROWERS? The extension gives Americans another four months to get ready for student loan payments to restart. Borrowers won't be asked to make payments until after Aug. 31, and...