Another former Langham Creek High School teacher accused of sexual relationship with student, court doc says

HOUSTON – Within weeks of a Langham Creek High School teacher being charged with sexual assault of a child under 17 years of age — a second former teacher is facing allegations of having an improper relationship with a student. READ: Former Langham Creek HS teacher charged for sexual relationship with student after parents find … Read more

Bank Of America Report Shows A Competitive Homebuying Season

(CBS DETROIT) – A tight housing market could mean rising costs for home buyers looking to settle in Metro Detroit. According to Bank of America, home prices are up 11% from last year. READ MORE: As COVID Cases Rise In SE Michigan, City Of Detroit Now Offers Test To Treat Program “We see many folks … Read more

Civic Center EATS Is Back With A New Inclusive Initiative

DENVER (CBS4) – A delicious tradition is returning to Civic Center Park in Denver. Starting on May 19, food trucks will line up to be part of this year’s Civic Center EATS. Organizers say they’ve added music this year as well as a pay-as-you-are-able initiative called EATS for ALL. (credit: CBS) The initiative also sets aside … Read more

Local Nurses Demand Change In Tallahassee and Washington D.C.

TAMPA, Fla. (CW44 News At 10) – Nurses all over the country are making their voices heard and demanding change. Some local nurses joined in on marches in Washington D.C. and Tallahassee on Thursday, asking for safer working environments and better treatment. READ MORE: Local Twins Graduate Top Two In High School Class “We’re seeing … Read more

Aurora Launches Grant Program To Help Small Businesses, Nonprofits Improve Safety, Security

AURORA, Colo. (CBS4)– As of Monday, $3 million is available to businesses in Aurora. Applications are being accepted for the “Safety and Security Grant Program,” the first of three grant programs the City of Aurora is launching to support small businesses, nonprofits and community groups with funds from the American Rescue Plan. This program focuses … Read more

Suspect charged with murder in deadly shooting of man in southeast Houston, HPD says

HOUSTON – A man is facing a murder charge after being accused of fatally shooting another man near southeast Houston Saturday, according to the Houston Police Department. Carlos Albert Garcia-Velasquez, 28, has been charged with murder for the deadly shooting. The shooting was reported around 6:05 p.m. in the 9200 block of Kingsflower Circle. Responding … Read more

Murder charge dismissed for woman in husband’s 2000 Valley Center killing

VISTA (CNS) – A murder charge was dismissed Monday against a woman previously convicted of killing her husband more than two decades ago in Valley Center. Jane Dorotik was convicted and served part of a 25-years-to-life prison sentence for the death of 55-year-old Robert Dorotik, whose body was found Feb. 13, 2000. Prosecutors alleged that … Read more

Man killed in City Heights shooting

SAN DIEGO — A shooting in a City Heights alley that left one man dead is under investigation, according to San Diego Police Department. Around 4:15 a.m., officers responded to a report of multiple gunshots near 35th Street and Orange Avenue in City Heights. Residents reportedly heard at least three gunshots fired, SDPD said. Smuggling … Read more

Denver Weather: After Weeks Of Waiting, A ‘Normal’ Spring Weather Pattern Finally Develops

DENVER (CBS4) – Dry, windy, and warm weather in recent weeks has kept fire danger high and the chance for late day thunderstorms almost non-existent. That unusual pattern finally changes this week. Higher relative humidity on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday means there will be more moisture in the air. That means critical fire danger should stay … Read more

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