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    He told WGHP-TV that he suffered several punches to the head, which rendered him unconscious. Video shows at least one of the suspects repeatedly stomping on Scotto di Frego as he was slumped on the ground and up against the wall. Sergeant Kevin Bowers of the Winston-Salem Police Department explained that the fight initially broke out between patrons at two different tables. “There were two different patrons with tables in there and somehow an argument started and then, from the argument, a fight began, and then the business owner tried to break things up and he was assaulted,” Bowers told WGHP-TV. Authorities ask anyone with information on the brawl or those involved to contact the Winston-Salem Police Department at (336) 773-7700. (H/T: New York Post)
    A South Jersey mother accused of killing her 5-month-old child said she fatally stabbed her daughter to “fulfill the last of her sins, murder,” NJ Advance Media says citing court papers. Kristhie I. Alcazar, 26, was charged with murder and a weapons offense, Daily Voice previously reported. She allegedly stabbed the girl in their Penns Grove apartment on Friday, the Salem County prosecutor said Friday. The baby’s father was not home during the crime. Alcazar admitted to the crime in which she allegedly stabbed the girl in the heart with a kitchen knife, detectives wrote in their complaint, NJ.com reported. The mother "showed no remorse and stated she would not change any of the events surrounding the murder,” a detective wrote, according to the outlet . Alcazar also said she was of sound mind and body and had not taken any drugs or alcohol  according to NJ.com  Alcazar appeared from Salem County Jail via Zoom for a first appearance in Superior Court on Monday. She is scheduled to appear at a detention hearing on Thursday.  The public defender representing Alcazar and...
    A woman convicted of witchcraft and sentenced to death more than three centuries ago is about to be formally pardoned thanks to a class of eighth-graders, politicians and historians. State Senator Diana DiZoglio, a Democrat from Methuen, Massachusetts introduced legislation to clear the name of Elizabeth Johnson Jr. Johnson Jr. was convicted of 'covenanting with the devil' in 1693 at the height of the Salem Witch Trials, but she was never executed.  DiZoglio, filed a bill earlier in the year having been inspired by a group of eighth-graders at North Andover Middle School in the state.   Elizabeth Johnson Jr., who was condemned in 1693 at the height of the Salem Witch Trials but never executed (File photo: artist depiction of Salem Witch Trials) Historical document from the Salem Witch Trials on the examination of Elizabeth Jonson Jr. The work of the 13 and 14-year-olds was so meticulous that it warranted the introduction of legislation to pardon the woman. 'It is important that we work to correct history,' said DiZoglio. 'It's the time of year to get this done.  'We will never be able...
    Updated 08/24/2021 – 23:29 Pablo Carreo suffered more than was initially expected to access the round of 16 Winston-Salem ATP 250. It took three sets and almost two hours of meeting to end the opposition of the Korean Kwon, number 74 in the world. In the only precedent between the two, Carreo had imposed himself on the clay of Marbella. That superiority could be seen reflected in the first set, where the Asturian always took the lead. With two breaks in his favor, the Spaniard will put land in the middle to close the first stake with his serve, although the Korean prevented it by recovering one of the two breaks. However, Carreo reacted and managed to award the first chapter to the rest in the next game. Kwon was superior in the second set, and proof of this came the break in the third game. From then on, the number one seed in the tournament would have few options. A new break in the ninth game in favor of the Asian tennis player confirmed an outcome to...
    Updated 08/25/2021 – 23:21 The Spanish Pablo Carreo, first seed, recovered the consistency of his tennis and won this Wednesday with ease in two sets by 6-2 and 6-3 to the German Diminik Koepfer in the round of 16 of the ATP 250 tournament in Winston-Salem . The victory of the Asturian tennis player, the third he achieved this year in the duels against Koepfer, allows him to reach the quarterfinals, where he will face Belarusian Ilya Ivashka who also beat the German 6-2 and 6-1 in two sets. Jan-Lennard, ninth seeded. The duel between Carreo and Ivashka, number 63 in the world, will be the third with a 2-0 advantage so far for the Spanish tennis player, but the first since 2019 when they faced each other at the Australian Open. Carreo finished the match against Koepfer in one hour and eight minutes without ever giving up his serve and making three “breaks” to Koepfer, who never had answers to the best tennis of the Olympic bronze medal in Tokyo 2020. The Spanish player achieved 64 points thanks...
    The young man Mikael Ymer starred in a surprising comeback against Spanish Carlos Alcaraz, fifteenth seed, and won by 7-5 and 6-3 in the semi-final at the Wisnton-Salem Open to become the first Swede to reach an ATP Tour final in a decade. His rival in the final in which there will be no seeded – Alcaraz was the last one left – will be Ilya Ivashka, who defeated Finn Emil Ruusuvuori 6-2, 6-1 in the other semi-final and sought to become the first Belarusian ATP champion since 2003 when Max Mirnyi won the singles title in Rotterdam. The 22-year-old Ymer’s triumph came in a surprising way after coming back from an adverse score of 3-5 in the first set with seven straight games to win it 7-5 and then go 3-0 in the second, which also awarded it. Ymer He is playing his first US Open Series event, but with the confidence gained by reaching consecutive quarter-finals in his two most recent clay-court tournaments: in Gstaad and Kitzbuehel. Robin Soderling was the last Swede to reach a final, winning...
    Historian Victor Davis Hanson said Wednesday that cancel culture was like the Salem witch trials, allowing people to take dangerous actions “under the cover of being woke.” Hanson spoke with “America’s Newsroom” anchors Dana Perino and Bill Hemmer about the idea that a cultural revolution might already be in progress. (RELATED: ‘Who’s Gonna Cancel Me?’: Ricky Gervais Says He’ll ‘Stand Up On A Bench And Shout S**t’ If Twitter Boots Him) WATCH: Perino asked Hanson what he thought about cultural revolution and whether or not he believed that one was already happening. “From your perspective if we’re in a cultural revolution, by the time you realize it, is it too late? Or how can we figure out to way to try to stop some of this cancel culture that is endemic?” “I think we all know we’re in it. People are afraid to say we’re in it. You, me, everybody we know is one word, one look, one wink away from being destroyed,” Hanson replied. Hanson went on to say that there were people he had to deal...
    (CBS Local)- With Black History Month beginning February 1, CBS Sports is set to celebrate with a new documentary and several animated and regular footage vignettes featuring several influential Black athletes from the past century. The programming will air on CBS Sports Network along with CBS Sports Digital properties. “It is imperative that we at CBS Sports, and as an industry, work towards a more diverse and inclusive landscape,” said Harold Bryant, Executive Producer and Executive Vice President, CBS Sports said in a statement. “Telling these stories of Black athletes is incredibly important, and we are proud that many of our Black employees have the opportunity to lead these productions. These vignettes written, produced and edited by Black CBS Sports employees continue that necessary mission of utilizing our resources in front of and behind the camera to push for more diversity and inclusion.” “I understood the significance of being the first Black QB to play in the Super Bowl. But I also looked at it from the standpoint I was the starting quarterback for Washington who just happened to be...
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