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Chicago music fest goes on amid virus concerns

2 monthes ago   |   By Arizona Daily Star

The hordes of people expected to descend on Chicago's Grant Park for the Lollapalooza music festival this week will be required to show proof that they've been vaccinated for COVID-19 or tested negative for the disease within the last three...
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Sunday's historic storm put the new McKinley Water Vault to the test: How...

Sunday's historic storm put the new McKinley Water Vault to the test: How well did it work?

Sunday's historic rainfall across Sacramento put a new underground reservoir in McKinley Park to the test. The highly contested McKinley Water Vault was built by the city to... Read more ...

Remaining migrant children at Pomona shelter reunited with family, sponsors...

All of the remaining migrant children at the Pomona Fairplex's emergency shelter were expected to be reunited with family or with sponsors by Tuesday, according to officials. Read more ...

Local food banks struggle to meet high demand in community

Local food banks struggle to meet high demand in community

It's been over a year since the pandemic first hit, and food insecurity is still a problem. Food banks have been swamped with people looking for help. Read more ...

'Rust' producers hire lawyers for inquiry into deadly shooting as federal...

The company behind "Rust" said a federal inquiry into last week's deadly on-set shooting was "standard practice." Read more ...

Family feud at Canada's largest telecom firm heads to court

Edward Rogers has been at odds with his mother and two sisters on who should lead Roger Communications. Read more ...

State Department rips Israeli plan to expand West Bank settlements

State Department rips Israeli plan to expand West Bank settlements

The State Department said it is "deeply concerned" by the Israeli government's plan to authorize the construction of more than 3,000 homes for Jewish settlers. Read more ...

Defense says American charged in Ghosn pay case not involved

The defense for former Nissan executive Greg Kelly has argued there is no evidence or motives linking him to alleged under-reporting of his ex-boss Carlos Ghosn's compensation Read more ...

Braves smack Astros in Game 1 of World Series despite losing Charlie Morton

Braves smack Astros in Game 1 of World Series despite losing Charlie Morton

The Braves won Game 1 of the World Series with a 6-2 victory over Houston at Minute Maid Park despite the loss of Charlie Morton, who was knocked out with a broken leg. Read more ...

Atlanta Braves overcome pitcher's broken leg, top Houston Astros in Game 1

Atlanta Braves overcome pitcher's broken leg, top Houston Astros in Game 1

A healthy swing by Jorge Soler powered the Atlanta Braves to a smashing start in the World Series. Read more ...

No. 1 Sacred Heart volleyball tops No. 2 Assumption in 7th Region Semifinal

No. 1 Sacred Heart volleyball tops No. 2 Assumption in 7th Region Semifinal

The Valkyries advance to the 7th Region Championship Read more ...