Monthly Archives: October 2021

White steps in and leads Jets to savage 34-31 win over Bengals

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ – Mike White threw for 405 yards and three touchdowns on his first NFL start, caught a 2-point conversion pass on the go-ahead score and had his name chanted while leading the New York Jets to a crazy 34-31 comeback victory over the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday. White, starting in place of […]

Staff shortages at 911 call centers in Denver lead to longer wait times

The Denver Metro 911 communications centers tasked with responding to emergency calls and dispatching police, fire and paramedics are struggling to recruit and retain workers in a tight labor market that has made hiring difficult in many industries, said executives from five of the region’s largest centers. . The lack of workers means 911 callers […]

Eclipse Foundation launches open source collaboration around software-defined vehicles

One of the largest open source software (OSS) foundations in the world, the Eclipse Foundation, announced this week an invitation to industry leaders to join in the launch of a new task force initiative specifically focused on the development of a new category of open source software-defined vehicles. Alongside the Eclipse Foundation, several leading industry […]

Robert E. Lee’s childhood home was listed for sale online, but the description does not mention the Confederate general’s association with the property, according to reports.

A statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee was removed on Saturday in Charlottesville, Virginia. AP Photo / Steve Helber, File The childhood home of Confederate General Robert E. Lee is on the market. The house listing does not appear to mention Lee’s association with the property, the Washingtonian reported. The estate, located in Virginia, […]

A licensed Bristol Bay Health Company executive now runs Ketchikan Indian Community Tribal Health Clinic

Totem poles can be found outside the Ketchikan Indian Community Clinic and Office Building at 2960 Tongass Avenue. (KRBD file photo) A Bristol Bay health official fired last year after suggesting the coronavirus was a political conspiracy now runs the Ketchikan Tribal Health Clinic. Tribal officials say they have full confidence in the senior executive. […]

Provenance: Consumers care about brands’ commitments to the environment

Brands that don’t take the environment seriously in the development of their products need to step up their game. A new study from the transparency technology company Origin, which helps brands prove their green claims, with Cult beauty reports that 48% of consumers seek more information and clarity about brands’ values ​​and commitments to the […]

Roger Goodell has reportedly been paid 50% more than his maximum annual salary in the past two years

Remember the 2020 NFL Draft when Roger Goodell was hosted from his mancave? Well, the rest of the house is probably nice too. If he even still lives in such modest conditions because he has made a lot of money since we were invited inside his house. Via the New York Times: Goodell’s compensation was […]

Social media trend leads to threats being made at NorCal schools

Several schools in northern California have reported threats of violence that appear to be linked to trending social media posts across the country. River City High School in West Sacramento has been closed twice in two days after reports of a shooting threat. “I was scared but I was trying to stay calm,” said rookie […]

Senator Cruz directs colleagues on amicus brief for religious freedom from Christian business owner in Colorado

WASHINGTON, DC – US Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas), a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, today led a bicameral amicus brief with his fellow Republicans in the case of 303 Creative LLC v. Elenis, asking the Supreme Court to review a circuit court ruling that bars a Colorado business owner from exercising his rights to […]