Olympics schedule and events to watch

(CNN)The 2020 Tokyo Olympics continue Tuesday. Here just some of the events that viewers can enjoy watching. (Don’t forget: Tokyo is 13 hours ahead of Eastern Time in the US.)Women’s Gymnastics: Suni Lee, Grace McCallum, Jordan Chiles and the rest of Team USA compete in the team final. It began at 6:45 a.m.. ET, but…

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Man accused of beating double amputee

BARNHART, Mo. (KMOV.com) – A man is facing charges after throwing a double amputee outside a gas station in Barnhart. Robert Brooks III, of House Springs, Mo., is charged with second-degree assault of a special victim Jefferson County Sheriff Robert Brooks III, of House Springs, is charged with second-degree assault of a special victim. Police…

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Atlanta restaurant requiring vaccine for guests

Argosy, a gastropub in East Atlanta Village will not serve you if you are unvaccinated. ATLANTA — As coronavirus numbers begin to increase again, many are calling it a pandemic among the unvaccinated. One Atlanta restaurant is taking things into its own hands.  In a social media post late last week, Argosy, a gastropub in East…

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Civil rights groups seek US probe of KC police

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) — Several civil rights organizations are calling on the Department of Justice to investigate the Kansas City Police Department. Civil rights groups on Monday called for a federal investigation of Kansas City, Missouri, police, saying they have a pattern of using excessive force, particularly against Black men. Police accountability is what…

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GM plant temporarily closed for chip shortage

FORT WAYNE — Production at the General Motors plant in Fort Wayne will temporarily come to a halt beginning Monday.The move is due to the ongoing global shortage of semi-conductor chips. Officials said the disruption at the GM truck assembly plant should only last one week, but union representatives said the shutdown is still significant.”People…

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