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Philadelphia police officer surrenders on murder charges weeks after fatal shooting

A Philadelphia police officer who shot and killed a driver turned himself in Friday and was charged with murder in the man's death as prosecutors released graphic bodycam footage of the fatal confrontation.

Cuba arrests 17 for allegedly helping recruit some of its citizens to fight for Russia in Ukraine

HAVANA (AP) — Cuban authorities have arrested 17 people in connection with what they described as a network to recruit Cuban nationals to fight for Russia in Ukraine.

Fourth man charged over threats, vandalism targeting NH journalists

Eric Labarge, 46, of Nashua, New Hampshire, has been arrested and charged in connection with a plot to vandalize homes associated with two New Hampshire Public Radio employees.

Utah mommy blogger accused of child abuse appears in court, will remain jailed without bond

Utah parenting blogger Ruby Franke, who is accused of abusing two of her six children, along with her business partner, appeared in court for the first time on Friday.

UN report says the world is way off track to curb global warming, but offers ways to fix that

With the world far off track on its 2015 pledge to curb global warming, a new United Nations report central to upcoming climate negotiations details how quickly and deeply energy and financial systems must change to get back on a safer path.

Thief steals bride's $3K wedding dress hours before ceremony

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A Memphis bride is experiencing a whirlwind of emotions after her car was stolen in Downtown Memphis with her wedding dress still inside less than 24 hours before her big day.

Why researchers say they're a step closer to extending lifespan

Researchers at the University of Rochester transferred a longevity gene from naked mole rats to mice, calling it a “groundbreaking endeavor.

Around the world

Drake announces highly anticipated 'For All the Dogs' album will arrive this month

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Drake has finally announced a released date for his highly anticipated eighth studio album: “For All the Dogs” will drop Sept. 22. The follow-up to 2022's “Honestly, Nevermind” — which released without warning — was announced on the Canadian rapper's Instagram on Wednesday night.

UK identifies 34 cases of new BA.2.86 COVID-19 variant, no deaths reported

The UK Health Security Agency (UKSHA) has reported the identification of 34 COVID-19 cases associated with the highly mutated variant BA.2.86 in England.

3 sailors safe after sharks nearly sink catamaran on round-the-world trip

Three round-the-world sailors reached land safely Thursday after sharks nearly sank their catamaran in the Coral Sea.

The death toll from flooding in central Greece has increased to 10 while 4 others are missing

ATHENS, Greece (AP) — The death toll from severe flooding in central Greece rose to 10 people Friday, while another four remained missing, the country's civil protection minister said. Rescue crews in helicopters and boats ferried hundreds of people from inundated villages to safety.

Rescuers may soon try to remove a sick American researcher from 3,000 feet down in a Turkish cave

TASELI PLATEAU, Turkey (AP) — Rescue crews were waiting for doctors to give the go-ahead Friday for an operation to move out an American researcher who fell ill almost 1,000 meters (more than 3,000 feet) below the entrance of a cave in Turke y, officials said. The effort could last up to 10 days.

Italian government seeks cooperation from producers in battle against rising prices

Italy's government has announced some progress in its efforts to combat rising prices, but the final decision on commitments lies with individual companies.

Police confirm sighting of terrorism suspect who escaped from a London prison soon after he bolted

British police have confirmed that an ex-soldier who escaped from prison while awaiting trial on terrorism charges was spotted at a busy roundabout in south London soon after his escape.


Do you need to encrypt your sensitive cloud data?

Although encrypting your cloud data may not prevent tech giants from your privacy, you can protect your personal information from hackers and malware attacks.

UN secretary-general has urged the Group of 20 leaders to send a strong message on climate change

U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres has urged the Group of 20 top economic powers to use their weekend summit to send a strong message on climate change.

Aspiring Taiwan presidential candidate Terry Gou resigns from board of Apple supplier Foxconn

BEIJING (AP) — Aspiring Taiwanese independent presidential candidate Terry Gou has resigned from the board of Foxconn, the Apple supplier he founded nearly a half-century ago. The company, officially registered as Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., Ltd.

Disk space shortage shuttered Toyota assembly plants

Toyota assembly plants across Japan shut down for about a day last week due to a malfunction following routine maintenance. Insufficient disk space in servers used to process parts orders caused the systems to become unavailable, according to the automaker.

Governance for responsible AI: The easy things and the hard ones

By Charna Parkey and Steven Tiell, DataStax. Companies developing and deploying AI solutions need robust governance to ensure they’re used responsibly.

Disney stokes anger with ads for the bundle while its channels are dark on Spectrum

The pay-TV stalemate that has left millions of Spectrum cable subscribers unable to watch more than a dozen Disney-owned television networks is showing no signs of letting up.

CIRCIA, CMMC inch closer with rulemaking marathons nearing crucial stage

CISA is nearly done writing the proposed rules for cyber incident reporting, while the CMMC rules may be out for comment before the end of 2023.

Sports News

Nick Bosa signs $170M contract extension with 49ers, ends holdout: reports

(KRON) -- Star defensive end Nick Bosa has ended his holdout and signed a contract extension with the San Francisco 49ers, according to multiple reports. The deal is reportedly for five years and $170 million, including $122.5 million guaranteed.

Former Fresno State QB Jake Haener suspended six games by the NFL for PEDs

FRESNO, Calif. (KSEE/KGPE) - The NFL announced on Wednesday that former Fresno State Quarterback Jake Haener has been suspended for the first six games of the NFL season.

Coaches reflect on Keene's impressive debut

(KSEE) - It was an impressive debut for the Fresno State football team on Saturday, as the Bulldogs opened their season with an upset win at Purdue, a team who won the Big Ten West division title and played in the Big Ten championship game a season ago.

NFL's Jalen Hurts, Patrick Mahomes popular with DraftKing bettors

"People love taking the over on the passing yards and all of that for some of our favorite quarterbacks," DraftKings' cofounder Matt Kalish said.

Clippers return to KTLA for more games, behind-the-scenes miniseries

If you've enjoyed watching the Los Angeles Clippers play on KTLA, you'll be excited to know that even more coverage is on the way for the 2023-24 season, and beyond.

Denver Broncos vs. Las Vegas Raiders: TV channel, time, what to know

The Denver Broncos regular season is finally here, and fans and the team are hoping to start with a win against the Las Vegas Raiders.

Coco Gauff wins a US Open semifinal delayed by a climate protest. Will face Sabalenka in the final

NEW YORK (AP) — Coco Gauff never wavered one bit Thursday night. Not when match point after match point went by the wayside. Not during a 40-shot exchange that ultimately helped decide the outcome. And not, most distracting of all, when her U.S.

Politics News

Abortion pill challenge returns to SCOTUS

The Biden administration and drugmaker Danco on Friday appealed a lower court ruling restricting access to the pills

Florida abortion rights at stake as state Supreme Court takes up challenge to GOP-led restrictions

The Florida Supreme Court was confronted Friday with whether to overrule broad abortion rights protections provided for decades under the state constitution and instead uphold a law signed by Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis that bans the procedure in most cases after 15 weeks of pregnancy.

Months before election day parties work to court Nevada Latino voters

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) - Many Latinos in Nevada identify politically as independent, which gives them influence in deciding which party will win. According to data from the Secretary of State, registered independents outnumber those who are registered as Democrats or Republicans.

Nevada Republicans go after more Assembly Democrats over vote conflicts

Nevada Republicans are turning up the heat on Democrats who voted for a big funding package as the Legislature finished its business in June.

As states move on AI, tech lobbyists are swarming in

As states start to legislate on artificial intelligence, tech lobbyists say they’ve learned from the data privacy fight and are determined to act “before the laws are written for us.

Pelosi to run again, ending speculation — for now — about her future

The move would extend her 36-year House career and continue to freeze her would-be California successors in a longstanding holding pattern.

'People are not pollution': Newsom signs bill to clear way for universities to build more student housing

Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed a bill that makes it easier for universities to build housing for students in a win for housing advocates.