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    DENVER (CBS4)– The Welton Street Cafe is back at a new temporary location. After decades, the staple in the Five Points neighborhood officially shut its doors in March at its longtime location off 27th and Welton Street. (credit: CBS) The restaurant has been Denver’s home of fried catfish and honey hot chicken, but to many it means so much more, like community. The owners are trying to raise enough money to find a new permanent home. Until then, the cafe has a new home, basically a kitchen, that is take out only. (credit: CBS) The staff is busy filling orders. “Trying to get back in the swing of things. We are in a new space, a new kitchen, it’s just a kitchen only but just happy to be back to serve. That’s the best part,” said Fathima Dickerson, one of the café’s owners. (credit: CBS) The menu is limited because the cafe is sticking with the essentials. RELATED: Turin Bikes Closes Up Denver Shop After 50 Years
    BROOKLYN CENTER, Minn. (WCCO) — It has been nearly a year since Daunte Wright was killed by police in Brooklyn Center. He was fatally shot by now-former officer Kim Potter during a traffic stop on April 11 near the intersection of 63rd Avenue North and Kathrene Drive. READ MORE: Daunte Wright's Family, Activists Decry Kim Potter's Sentence As 'Injustice'For Daunte’s mother, Katie Wright, the intersection is sacred. “Actually, right at the top of this location, I [sat] here all summer long like whenever I come out here. This is actually where Daunte’s body laid for hours while I sat over there watching,” Wright said. “This space is honestly so important. My son was cremated so we don’t have a cemetery to go visit, so I do, I do relate to this as his burial space.” It’s a space to come and connect with her son. “I talk to him, I feel him here when I’m here,” she said. Wright says she was “hurt” when she thought it was possible the city wanted to clear out the space. “They were anticipating...
    Dan Medina has had a couple of hectic days since photos of his sculpture of Kobe and Gianna "Gigi" Bryant went viral on social media. The Southern California artist placed the sculpture on Wednesday at the site of the helicopter crash in Calabasas, California, where the NBA legend and his 13-year old daughter died on Jan. 26, 2020. Medina brought the 150-pound piece there before sunrise and removed it at the end of the day. NBA MOURNS THE LOSS OF KOBE BRYANT ON TWO-YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF TRAGIC DEATH "I told my wife I would have been happy just to share a moment with close friends and fans. That was all I was looking for," Medina said Thursday. "I did want to get it out there but I was already resolute knowing that as long as I can touch the individual that makes it worthy." Dan Medina stands next to a statue he created in memory of former Los Angeles Lakers NBA basketball player Kobe Bryant and his daughter, Gianna, on Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2022, in Calabasas, Calif.  (AP Photo/Ashley...
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — The artist who created a sculpture of Kobe and Gianna “Gigi” Bryant is hoping there will be a permanent site for a memorial. Southern California artist Dan Medina placed the sculpture on Wednesday at the site of the helicopter crash in Calabasas, California, where the NBA legend and his 13-year old daughter died on Jan. 26, 2020. Medina brought the 150-pound piece there before sunrise and removed it at the end of the day. The statue depicts Bryant in his Los Angeles Lakers uniform with his arm around Gigi, also in her basketball uniform and holding a ball. The base has the inscription “heroes come and go but legends are forever,” along with the names of the other crash victims — Christina Mauser; Payton and Sarah Chester; John, Keri and Alyssa Altobelli; and pilot Ara Zobayan. Fans took photos of the statue along with leaving flowers and other memorials at the crash site. Medina told the Los Angeles Times that the statue is a smaller version of a life-size sculpture he is working on that...
    Fact check: Dozens of ships waiting off California coast amid backup at ports Fact-checking calls to decertify the 2020 election MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) - Madison is one step closer to acquiring property that could be used for either a temporary or permanent men’s homeless shelter. © Provided by Madison WMTV Proposed shelter location The City’s Finance Committee passed two resolutions today, one for the property at 1902 Bartillon Dr. and the other for 2002 Zeier Rd. According to the resolution language, the location at Bartillon Dr. could provide the city with “both short-term and long-term options to address homelessness.” The Zeier Rd. location could be used “as a temporary men’s homeless shelter and as a long-term site for redevelopment.” Load Error Some Alders fear that because the language includes long-term options, what location is used as a temporary homeless shelter could become permanent. “If we’re going to spend $11 million or $13 million on a temporary shelter, the question is valid: would the city spend another $15-20 million on a permanent shelter?” said Council President and District 12...
    MOUNTAIN VIEW (KPIX 5) — Google employees who opt to work remotely full-time may see their salary reduced, if they relocate to less expensive cities away from their home office. According to a report by Reuters, the tech giant has launched an internal online salary calculator online, dubbed “Work Location Tool”, where employees input personal information and possible target cities. The algorithm, using data from US Census Bureau metropolitan statistical areas, calculates salary adjustments accordingly. In general, if employees reside within the general region of the home office, there is no change in pay. However, in one example in the report, “an employee living in Stamford, Connecticut – an hour from New York City by train – would be paid 15% less if she worked from home, while a colleague from the same office living in New York City would see no cut from working from home.” Reuters examined screenshots of the online tool, and found “5% and 10% differences in the Seattle, Boston and San Francisco areas.” In interviews with employees, they had indicated relocating from San Francisco to...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — The latest Illinois Worker Adjustment and Retraining Act report said Ruth’s Chris Steak House in River North will be closing for good, while seven other companies in the area will be cutting several hundred jobs between them in the weeks to come. The report said Ruth’s Chris at 431 N. Dearborn St., which shut down for the COVID-19 pandemic, will remain closed permanently. Ruth’s Chris was founded in New Orleans and is now based in Winter Park, Florida. It also has Chicago area locations in Northbrook and South Barrington. Back in April, Ruth’s Chris returned some $20 million in loan money through the federal government’s Paycheck Protection Program. A loophole allowed the large restaurant chain to receive the money meant for small business relief. After a public backlash, the chain returned the money. Meanwhile, the WARN report announced hundreds of permanent layoffs that will take effect from Oct. 27 through Nov. 16. Among the companies enacting layoffs is the American Hotel Register Company in Vernon Hills. The company said 313 permanent layoffs are coming, amounting to one...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — The latest Illinois Worker Adjustment and Retraining Act report said Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse in River North will be closing for good, while seven other companies in the area will be cutting several hundred jobs between them in the weeks to come. The report said Ruth’s Chris at 431 N. Dearborn St., which shut down for the COVID-19 pandemic, will remain closed permanently. Ruth’s Chris was founded in New Orleans and is now based in Winter Park, Florida. It also has Chicago area locations in Northbrook and South Barrington. Back in April, Ruth’s Chris returned some $20 million in loan money through the federal government’s Paycheck Protection Program. A loophole allowed the large restaurant chain to receive the money meant for small business relief. After a public backlash, the chain returned the money. Meanwhile, the WARN report announced hundreds of permanent layoffs that will take effect from Oct. 27 through Nov. 16. Among the companies enacting layoffs is the American Hotel Register Company in Vernon Hills. The company said 313 permanent layoffs are coming, amounting to one third...
    Amazon opened the new location on September 1st to exclusively serve customers in the Brooklyn area. In its announcement, the company said that grocery delivery continues to be one of its fastest-growing businesses and that online grocery sales tripled year-over-year for the second quarter of 2020. “[W]e’re thrilled to increase access to grocery delivery. It’s never been more important,” the announcement reads. While the new location could help Whole Foods fulfill the bigger demand for grocery delivery these days, Amazon actually started working on the project a year ago. Since people need access to online services now more than ever, it might not be the last permanent online-only store Amazon and Whole Foods open.
    OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) -- The city of Oakland is nearing a deal to transform the Clifton Hall dormitory at the California College of the Arts into transitional and affordable housing.Clifton Hall is a four-story vacant dormitory building with 63 units in the Rockridge neighborhood of North Oakland.The top two floors of the building will provide 42 units of permanent housing for seniors experiencing homelessness and at high risk of contracting COVID-19. The second floor will become the permanent home for a 20-household family shelter.VIDEO: Expert issues warning after parties, social gatherings blamed for coronavirus spike in OaklandEMBED More News Videos COVID-19 cases are skyrocketing in Oakland, especially East Oakland, and officials are blaming it on parties and social gatherings. On the ground floor, the building will house the offices of Family Front Door, which serves as the hub for the Coordinated Entry System (CES) for homeless families in Northern Alameda County.Occupancy will begin by moving the Family Matters Shelter from its temporary location in Emeryville to its permanent location in the Clifton Hall building.Ten families will move to the new...
    redsbbqfoodtruck/Facebook After two years of providing St. Pete with dressed up turkey legs and fat plates of meat, Red’s BBQ food truck now has a permanent location. The Red’s truck is now parked at 3325 Fifth Ave. N., the former home to Kenwood Organic Produce, which moved out last December. In an interview with Tampa Bay Times, owners and brothers, Christian and Joshua Jackson, said they are debating on whether to utilize the building space as a restaurant or transform it into a community center offering things like family arts and crafts nights or cooking classes. The truck is known for its variety of turkey legs, like the “Kicked Up Leg,” “Garlic Park ‘N Shrimp” and “Not Yo Daddy’s Crabby Leg” stuffed with crab mac ‘n’ cheese, parmesan and Red’s seafood spice blend. Other barbecue plates include St. Louis “Candy” Ribs, wings, steak and cheese sub, plus both pulled turkey or a pulled pork po'boy. Sides include classic mac as well as “dirty” crab mac, baked beans, and dirty rice. Lunch specials include pulled pork/turkey with one side and drink...
    PALMDALE, Calif. (KABC) -- Palmdale is being evaluated to possibly become the permanent headquarters of the United States Space Force.Los Angeles County Supervisor Kathryn Barger is behind the effort and formally submitted the city's nomination last week."Los Angeles County has greatly contributed to the advancement of the aerospace industry and space exploration through many institutions such as Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Edwards AFB, Los Angeles AFB, NASA facilities, JPL, Cal Tech, and United States Air Force Plant 42, which have endeavored to support aerospace efforts," she wrote.Palmdale and the Antelope Valley have been highlighted for a long history of advancing the aerospace industry and space exploration."We proudly refer to the Antelope Valley as the Aerospace Valley' because of its long and distinguished history as the cradle and proving grounds of aerospace and space innovation. It is the home of generations of test pilots breaking the sound barrier, astronauts testing the Lunar Landing Research Vehicle, and commercial aerospace companies testing privately-owned spacecraft,'' said Rep. Mike Garcia, R-Santa Clarita.The site would organize, train and supply military forces and assets for the...
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