Hurricane Ian: Death toll rises to 66 in Florida after the storm rendered some communities ‘unrecognizable,’ officials say

Hurricane Ian: Death toll rises to 66 in Florida after the storm rendered some communities ‘unrecognizable,’ officials say

CNN — Days after Hurricane Ian slammed into Florida, shell-shocked residents are still assessing the damage left behind by record-high storm surges, damaging winds and catastrophic flooding that left some areas of the Sunshine State unrecognizable. At least 66 people were killed by Ian in Florida as it swallowed homes in its furious rushing waters, … Read more

NYC: Russian Orthodox cathedral splashed with red paint

NYC: Russian Orthodox cathedral splashed with red paint

CNN — A Russian Orthodox cathedral in New York appears to have been defaced with red paint, following a similar incident in which the Russian consulate was vandalized with red spray paint. The two vandalism incidents come after Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the beginning stages of annexation of parts of Ukraine. An eyewitness told … Read more

Los Angeles Chargers star Joey Bosa expected to miss 8-10 weeks with groin injury, sources say

Los Angeles Chargers star Joey Bosa expected to miss 8-10 weeks with groin injury, sources say

Los Angeles Chargers star pass rusher Joey Bosa is expected to miss eight to 10 weeks with a groin tear, sources told ESPN. Bosa underwent surgery Thursday — one day after being placed on an injured reserve — for the same injury that his brother Nick Bosa suffered at Ohio State. Chargers head coach Brandon … Read more

Roseville resident, Las Vegas mass shooting survivor reflects 5 years later

Roseville resident, Las Vegas mass shooting survivor reflects 5 years later

TODAY MARKS FIVE YEARS SINCE THE LAS VEGAS MASS SHOOTING. HUNDREDS WERE INJURED AND NEARLY 60 PEOPLE WERE KILLED. THE SHOOTING IMPACTED THOUSANDS OF LIVES ACROSS THE COUNTRY, MANY OF WHICH ARE HERE IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA. WE WANT TO PAUSE AND SAY THE FOLLOWING MAY BE TRIGGERING FOR SOME OF OUR VIEWERS. TONIGHT, CASEY, 83, … Read more

How NYC and state must prepare for the possible implosion of commercial real-estate values ​​– New York Daily News

How NYC and state must prepare for the possible implosion of commercial real-estate values ​​– New York Daily News

As those who got used to working from home refuse to return five days a week — and businesses shed the expensive Manhattan footprints giving every employee a desk — the value of America’s costliest real estate is likely to crater. That means that commercial property tax collections, which account for a fifth of all … Read more

101 Freeway in Encino closes for bridge demolition

101 Freeway in Encino closes for bridge demolition

ENCINO, LOS ANGELES (KABC) — The 101 Freeway in Encino shut down in both directions Saturday to accommodate the demolition of a pedestrian bridge, Caltrans announced. The closure began at 10 pm Saturday and is scheduled to end at 10 am Sunday. It will stretch from White Oak Avenue to Balboa Boulevard. Caltrans said the … Read more

Biden says ‘we can afford’ student debt forgiveness after GOP lawsuit

Biden says ‘we can afford’ student debt forgiveness after GOP lawsuit

President Joe Biden touted his historic student loan forgiveness order despite significantly scaling it back just two days earlier — and bashed Republicans who opposed it. Biden called the cancellations a “game changer” before slamming members of the GOP during remarks at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Phoenix Awards. “We can afford to cancel $10,000 … Read more

Remnants of downgraded Ian bring rain, chill over drought-stricken NYC

Remnants of downgraded Ian bring rain, chill over drought-stricken NYC

The remnants of the former Hurricane Ian began sliding over the northeastern US Saturday, casting chilly, soggy conditions over the New York City area. Two to four inches of rain fell in the metro area Saturday, with air temperatures remaining in the 50s — and more of the same expected Sunday. “It’s going to be … Read more