State To Discuss LGBTQ References In School Curriculums

(CBS4) — Colorado Department of Education plans to discuss the addition of more diverse perspectives to the state curriculum. (credit: iStock/Getty Images) The public feedback on the recommendations for the revised social studies standards will be presented to the State Board of Education. One of the decisions were not to add LGBTQ references to the… Continue reading State To Discuss LGBTQ References In School Curriculums

Florida Judge Approves 24-Hour Waiting Period For Abortions

TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/NSF) – After nearly seven years of legal battling, a Leon County circuit judge has approved a 24-hour waiting period for abortions in Florida, effective immediately. Judge Angela Dempsey issued a ruling Friday that upheld the constitutionality of a 2015 law that called for women to wait 24 hours after initial visits with physicians… Continue reading Florida Judge Approves 24-Hour Waiting Period For Abortions

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One-Eyed ‘Highly Intelligent’ Llama Up For Adoption In Massachusetts

METHUEN (CBS) — There’s a very unusual animal up for adoption with the MSPCA – a one-eyed llama. Hyacinth the llama is 10 years old and had to be given up by her previous owners because they were unable to care for her eye problem. The staff at Nevins Farm in Methuen brought the llama… Continue reading One-Eyed ‘Highly Intelligent’ Llama Up For Adoption In Massachusetts

Charles Flocken Dies After Being Struck By Vehicle In Columbia Heights

COLUMBIA HEIGHTS, Minn. (WCCO) — Authorities say a pedestrian has died in the hospital after he was struck by a car Saturday night in Columbia Heights. The incident happened just after 9 p.m. near Central and 45th avenues, according to the Anoka County Sheriff’s Office. A man was crossing Central outside of a crosswalk and… Continue reading Charles Flocken Dies After Being Struck By Vehicle In Columbia Heights

Grammy winner Yandel to throw out opening pitch at Marlins residence opener

Grammy Award-winning artist Yandel will take the mound for the Miami Marlins throughout their residence opener Thursday towards Philadelphia at 6:40 p.m., with the favored Puerto Rican performer set to throw out the ceremonial first pitch. Yandel, who has tallied quite a few multi-platinum hits over his profession reminiscent of “Los Extraterrestres” and “Pa’l Mundo,”… Continue reading Grammy winner Yandel to throw out opening pitch at Marlins residence opener

Agencies taking steps to protect mountain lions, other wildlife along freeways and rural roads

While driving on the freeway or a rural road in Southern California, you’ll often spot wildlife alongside the road. Animals are out there and sometimes, unfortunately, clashing with vehicles. This usually does not end well for the animal — or your car, which will likely sustain heavy damage. Take P-104, for example, a male mountain… Continue reading Agencies taking steps to protect mountain lions, other wildlife along freeways and rural roads

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American Airlines sees revenue recovery but higher costs too

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — American Airlines said Tuesday that first-quarter revenue, while not back to pre-pandemic levels, will probably be better than Wall Street expected on strong travel demand. However, spending on labor and jet fuel are rising at the same time. The mixed outlook from American could provide a hint of what other… Continue reading American Airlines sees revenue recovery but higher costs too

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