Bill & Melinda Gates Are Divorcing
Bill Gates' fortune is estimated at over $100 billion.
Search Continues For Those On Seacor Power Lift
Volunteers continue to gather daily.
Pete Lammons, Tight End on Jets’ Super Bowl Team, Dies at 77
He slipped from his boat during a tournament.
CDC Says Many Americans Can Now Go Outside Without a Mask
The change comes as more than half of U.S. adults have gotten at least one dose of coronavirus vaccine, and more than a third have been fully vaccinated.
US Census: Texas Gains Congress Seats, Calif. Loses First Time; Population Increases
The first numbers from the 2020 census are out and they show Republican-controlled Southern and Western states gaining congressional seats.
Democrat Troy Carter Wins New Orleans-based US House Seat
Troy Carter has won a special runoff election for a vacant U.S. House seat based in New Orleans.
Court Record: Chauvin to be Sentenced June 16 in Floyd Death
A Minnesota court has set a June sentencing date for Derek Chauvin, who was convicted of murder and manslaughter in the death of George Floyd.
US to Resume J&J COVID Vaccinations Despite Rare Clot Risk
U.S. health officials have lifted an 11-day pause on Johnson & Johnson vaccinations following a recommendation by an expert panel.
Senators Back Mandatory Kindergarten Bill for Louisiana
The proposal from Senate Education Chairman Cleo Fields would require children who turn 5 years old by Sept. 30 of each year to attend kindergarten, starting with the 2022-23 school year.
AP source: DOJ to Announce Minneapolis Police Probe
The Justice Department is already investigating whether the officers involved in Floyd’s death violated Floyd’s civil rights.
A Verdict Reached In Murder Trial of Derek Chauvin
The jury deliberated over parts of two days in a city on edge against another outbreak of unrest.
Police: Eight Dead In Shooting at Indianapolis FedEx Facility
The shooter killed himself, police said.