Wrongful death lawsuit filed after homicide resulting from fight at Jacksonville Dave & Buster’s
The family of Thony Roy, who Jacksonville police in January said got into a fight with a co-worker of the Southside Dave and Buster’s, has filed a wrongful death lawsuit, seeking in excess of $50,000 in damages.
‘He is beyond saving’: Tristyn Bailey’s family asks for maximum sentence for killer in emotional hearing
The second day of the Aiden Fucci's sentencing hearing Wednesday began with victim impact statements, including from Tristyn Bailey’s best friend and six members of her family: three of her four siblings, her parents and one of her grandmothers.
More than 2.5 million deaths linked to unsafe care in hospitals every year: WHO
The statistics are frightening. Approximately 400,000 hospitalized patients in the United States experience some type of preventable harm each year. One-quarter die from these errors. And medical errors cost roughly $20 billion a year. The numbers are higher worldwide.
17-year-old Ribault High student facing charges connected to deadly double shooting in Arlington: arrest report
A 17-year-old Ribault High School student is facing multiple charges in connection with a deadly double shooting Wednesday morning in Arlington, according to an arrest report from the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office.
Illinois — a major feeder to the Gulf of Mexico dead zone — falls behind federal goal to reduce phosphorus and nitrogen flowing into its waterways
While sewage plants have reduced contributions to waterways through permits, addressing pollution from farms largely depends on voluntary efforts.chicagotribune.com
Tennessee resumes most vaccine outreach to minors paused after GOP backlash
Tennessee Health Commissioner Lisa Piercey said in a news conference that the state would restart its outreach recommending vaccines for children and teens, which includes offering the vaccine at events on school property as early as next week.washingtonpost.com
Federal prosecutors investigating Cook County land bank, deals involving former employee: records
Federal prosecutors last month subpoenaed the Cook County Land Bank Authority for records as part of an ongoing criminal investigation into the program, which was formed to promote economic development in blighted communities that’s also been the subject of controversy. The subpoena sent May 21 requested records involving the sale of 24 properties by the land bank as well as emails and other records relating to Mustafaa Saleh, the agency’s former senior asset manager, records released in response to a Tribune Freedom of Information Act request show.chicagotribune.com
Yes, there WAS good news coming out of 2020
Yes, there WAS good news coming out of 2020 The pandemic offered an opportunity for advances in science and technology to help see us through a troubling time. Correspondent David Pogue reminds us of some of the often-overshadowed bright spots of the past year.cbsnews.com