Kreider, Shesterkin Helping Rangers Beat Blue Jackets – CBS New York

NEW YORK (AP) – Chris Kreider scored two power-play goals, Igor Shesterkin stopped 31 shots for his third career shutout and first this season, and the New York Rangers got their first home win with a 4-0 win over the Columbus Blue Jackets on Friday evening. Ryan Strome and Alexis Lafrenière also scored, and Adam … Read more

UN envoy urges Sudan’s paramilitary leader to show restraint

CAIRO – The UN Special Envoy for Sudan met with the powerful leader of a Sudanese paramilitary force and called on him to allow peaceful protests on Saturday and avoid confrontation in the wake of a military coup earlier this week. Pro-democratic activist groups have called for “million people” ?? marches across the country on … Read more

World War I brought an end to Hell’s Half Acre in Fort Worth – CBS Dallas / Fort Worth

by Ken Molestina | CBS 11 FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – As the saying goes, all things must come to an end, and by the start of World War I, Fort Worth’s Hell’s Half Acre would be dismantled. Camp Bowie’s arrival in the city meant that the Department of Defense would introduce a policy prohibiting deputy … Read more

Volkswagen puts Porsche’s IPO plan on hold as Tesla valuation tops $ 1 trillion

By 2030, Porsche aims to supply more than 80 percent of its vehicles with electric drives. Bernd Weissbrod / image alliance via Getty Images In February, several news outlets reported that Volkswagen’s relatively new CEO, Herbert Diess, was considering separating the company’s most profitable brand, Porsche, as a public company to increase the German car … Read more

After being destroyed last summer, the Minnesota Transitions Charter School has reopened in a new building – and with a new sense of purpose

Before the destruction of the Minnesota Transitions Charter School’s Secondary School (MTS) in the midst of the civil unrest following the assassination of George Floyd, both Shawn Fondow and Brian Lloyd, principal and dean of students at the school, respectively, knew that the school had to do some changes. But it took the combination of … Read more

Moving nightmare: months after hiring a moving company, family is still waiting for belongings – WCCO

NEW BRIGHTON, Minn. (WCCO) – A family moving back to Minnesota this summer has been waiting months for their household items and personal belongings as everything they own is stuck 1,300 miles away. Terry Xiong and Aninta Vang’s new home in New Brighton is decorated with empty walls and bare spaces. The couple has five … Read more

Anchor in Greenport brings ‘nose to tail’ cooking for Long Island fish

They were out of grill collar the first time I went to Anker, and I do not know what surprised me more: That a local restaurant had fish collars on the menu, or that they had become so popular that they were sold out. When Greenport’s Anchor opened in 2019, it received three stars from … Read more