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The nature of illegal lockouts means they are hard to track directly. One of the responding officers calls a sergeant over, who says there's nothing else they can do. While only 14% of lockout calls led to a police report, 86% of calls about shoplifting did. As they walk over, one of the officers tells the other to look up "illegal lockout" on his phone. A 2006 bill that would have defined illegal lockouts for all Illinois residents was defeated.
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CNN —A children’s hospital in Chicago is still trying to restore its computer systems nearly a week after a cybersecurity incident prompted it to shut down its network. Lurie Children’s Hospital says the outage has affected email, phones and some other electronic systems. The hospital remains operational, but it said the outage has made scheduling, accessing medical records and prescription history difficult for patients and staff. Lurie has not given any details on the nature of the cybersecurity incident or whether a ransom has been demanded for full access to its systems. Late last week, Lurie established a call center for clients who are unable to reach the hospital through their regular phone number or electronic messaging systems.
Persons: Lurie Children’s, , ” Lurie, Lurie, Andy Bernstein, Linda Burt, Andrea Palm, Sean Lyngaas Organizations: CNN, Lurie, Lurie Children’s Hospital, WLS, Ardent Health Services, Department of Health, Human Services Locations: Chicago, Illinois, St, Margaret’s, Spring Valley , Illinois, East Texas, New Jersey, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Tennessee, America,
Damage is shown after a heavy rain storm causes a small river to overflow into a neighborhood in San Diego, California, U.S. January 22, 2024. SAN DIEGO — Winter storms for relatively dry San Diego are hit-or-miss, but mostly miss, so the wallop of a Pacific front Monday stunned California's second-largest city even as it was expecting rain. It was the wettest January day on record in San Diego, the National Weather Service said. Residents in the Southcrest neighborhood just southeast of downtown had to be rescued by firefighters as standing water quickly surrounded their apartment complex, according to authorities and coverage from NBC San Diego. "At least in the short term, it doesn't look like there's a whole lot on the horizon for Southern California," Maxwell said.
Persons: California's, Todd Gloria, weren't, Gloria, Gavin Newsome, Sean Mahoney, Brandt Maxwell, Maxwell, There's Organizations: DIEGO, National Weather Service, U.S . Customs, Border Protection, San Diego Fire Department, Residents, NBC San, Navy Base, ., Lincoln High School, Red Cross Southern, California Transportation Department, Oceanic, Atmospheric Administration, San Diego Locations: San Diego , California, U.S, San Diego, West Coast, Tijuana, Baja California, Southcrest, NBC San Diego, Navy Base San Diego, downtown, Las Vegas, San Diego Bay, La Mesa, Spring, Red Cross Southern California, Mission, Ocean, San Diego County, Oceanside, El Niño, Southern California, San, El, California, Washington, Israel, Gaza
The presence of police in schools actively jeopardizes the safety of Black students compared to their counterparts of other races, according to a report published this month. Black students were subjected to more than 80% of the incidents of police violence accounted for in the survey, which analyzed more than 285 incidents over a decade. The report also cited 24 cases of sexual assault on students and five student deaths as a result of police force in schools. Whittenberg said: “In general, Black students are often viewed as the problem and as needing some sort of disciplinary treatment in order to act correctly. Whittenberg said he hopes the report creates change in the conversation surrounding removing police from schools.
An ordained elder at a California megachurch was arrested along with her parents in connection to the death of her 11-year-old adopted daughter. Arabella McCormack. San Diego Sheriff's Dept. Leticia McCormack was an ordained elder at The Rock Church, an evangelical megachurch in San Diego. A church spokesperson said Thursday that she was not on staff and operated in a volunteer capacity to help with various ministry tasks.
Incendiul, izbucnit la scurt timp după ora 01:00 (05:00 GMT), a cuprins jumătate din clădirea Evergreen Court Home iar unii locatari au rămas blocaţi pentru scurt timp, scrie Poliţiştii şi pompierii au reuşit să salveze 30 de locatari ai căminului, dintre care 20 au fost trimişi la un spital unde unul dintre ei a murit, a mai spus oficialul, precizând că alţii sunt în stare gravă.Evergreen Court Home din Spring Valley, la circa 48 de km nord de New York, găzduieşte între 100 şi 125 de locatari, a mai spus el.Un pompier este dat dispărut şi se presupune că ar fi rămas prins sub dărâmături.Alţi doi pompieri au fost duşi la un spital local. Unul dintre ei a fost externat la scurt timp, iar celălalt a fost tratat pentru intoxicaţie cu monoxid de carbon, a mai spus el.O investigaţie a fost deschisă pentru a se stabili cauza incendiului.
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