The president emphasized that between the mass killings in Atlanta massage businesses and the Colorado grocery store shooting last month, there were more than 850 additional shootings that killed 250 and injured 500 in the U.S.
The third-largest employer in Buena Vista will make the move next summer. Buena Vista stands to lose between $130,000 and $140,000 in revenue from utilities and taxes on machinery and tools.
Lawmakers voted Wednesday to approve Gov. Ralph Northam’s proposed changes to a bill that will allow adults to possess and cultivate small amounts of the drug starting in July.
Angela Greene begins her service in Lexington on May 10. She was fired as Portsmouth’s top cop during a political firestorm last year over a Black Lives Matter protest.
McAuliffe, the presumptive front-runner in the five-person Democratic primary, has been methodically locking up and rolling out an unmatched number of endorsements.
Two council members want to see how the process of changing a street name would work before committing to a formal procedure.
The influx has coincided with the Biden administration’s decision to exempt unaccompanied children from pandemic-related powers to immediately expel most people from the country without giving them an opportunity to seek asylum.
Masks and social distancing are still required, and in-person events are still cancelled, but visitors are allowed inside again without an appointment.
Jeff Zients, the White House coronavirus coordinator, told governors Tuesday during a weekly conference call that more than 28 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines will be delivered to states this week.
The post hit social media in the middle of Chauvin’s murder trial, where witnesses testified today that the former Minneapolis police officer was trained to defuse situations.