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    The two face a maximum sentence of 37 years and four months in prison if convicted on all counts, which include multiple felony charges of possession for sale of a controlled substance and multiple counts of the sale or transportation for sale of a controlled substance. Both Lamas and Raygozaparedes were also charged with two felony enhancements due to the controlled substances exceeding 80 kilograms by weight and two felony enhancements as the controlled substances exceeded 20 kilograms by weight or 400 liters by liquid volume.What else? On Wednesday, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration released a notice warning state and federal officials that the drug is behind a national spike in mass overdose events. A portion of the notice, courtesy of administrator Anne Milgram, read, "The DEA is seeing a nationwide spike in fentanyl-related mass-overdose events involving three or more overdoses occurring close in time at the same location." "In just the past two months, there have been at least 7 confirmed mass overdose events across the United States resulting in 58 overdoses and 29 overdose deaths," the...
    Boris Johnson jumped two-footed into the row over trans rights today as he said biological males should not be allowed to compete in female-only sports events. The Prime Minister also said that parents should have 'involvement at the very least' in decisions made by children to alter their gender. He made his weightiest comments so far on the issue as he faced a Tory split over a ban on conversion therapy.  The PM backs making the 'abhorrent' practice of trying to force gay people to become heterosexual illegal. But he has refused to extend the proposed ban on the practice to trans people - despite opposition from backbench MPs and the Scottish Tories. Speaking during a visit to a hospital in Welwyn Garden City, the Prime Minister said: 'I don't think that it's reasonable for kids to be deemed so-called Gillick-competent to take decisions about their gender or irreversible treatments that they may have. I think there should be parental involvement at the very least.' And he added: 'I don't think that biological men should be competing in female sporting events'....
    EASTER is a time much loved by children as they get to explore and go on egg themed adventures, in hopes of a chocolate reward. There are endless Easter egg trials and other events across the UK throughout April, with so many to choose from you'll find plenty to entertain the family. 1Easter egg hunts can come in all shapes and sizesCredit: Getty Where is my nearest Easter egg hunt? Hungry kids might love finding chocolate eggs hidden on a beach or others might simply relish in the joy of meeting the Easter Bunny. You can find local egg hunts across the country but if you're looking for a bigger event then here are a few that give something extra. Freddo's Easter egg adventure at Cadbury's World, Birmingham If you have never been to Cadbury's World in Bournville, Birmingham then what better time than Easter. This chocolate filled show encourages children to solve challenges to win a prize - it runs from April 2 to April 24, 2022. Lindt golden bunnies hunt at Hampton Court...
    In this article TWTRA 3D-printed Twitter logo displayed in front of Russian flag is seen in this illustration picture, October 27, 2017.Dado Ruvic | ReutersTwitter took down two tweets by Russia's embassy in the United Kingdom on Thursday for what the social media giant called "the denial of violent events" during the ongoing Russian attack on Ukraine.  In one of those tweets, Russia's embassy claimed that a pregnant woman seen in a photo of casualties at a children's hospital in the besieged port city of Mariupol that was destroyed by a Russian airstrike Wednesday was actually a Ukraine "beauty blogger," and suggested that the photo was staged propaganda. That tweet contained two separate photos of women the embassy claimed are the same person. Another tweet referencing the claim remained online Thursday after two of the other tweets were taken down by Twitter. "This Tweet violated the Twitter Rules," the link to that tweet later read. At least one child and two adults were killed at the hospital, and another 17 were injured, Ukraine officials have said. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy,...
    DEAR ABBY: We married and had children very late in life, so our children are by far the youngest in our extended family. When they graduated from high school, we tried to throw a party (with the many relatives on my partner’s side and a small number of mine), but only three people could come. There could have been 50. Some of my partner’s siblings were going away for the weekend, some had grandchild sports events (baseball games), and my own sibling was babysitting and therefore could stop in for only a few minutes. Needless to say, we had faithfully attended each and every event in the family up to this point, but no one felt the urge to help us celebrate when it was our turn. Related Articles Dear Abby: She expects me to replace the gift she destroyed Dear Abby: I want photographic proof that I’m a good grandparent Dear Abby: I want to have my arm removed. What do I tell my family? Dear Abby: I got sober, and...
    DENVER (CBS4)– Colorado State University’s new campus at the National Western Stock Show Complex was buzzing with excitement on Thursday as children with special needs got the chance to be a cowboy or cowgirl for the day. (credit: CBS) The PRCA Exceptional Rodeo at the Spur Campus, a mock and adaptive rodeo, allows children to be around horses and meet pro rodeo professionals. They also got to ride mechanical horses and bulls and also threw a lasso. (credit: CBS) CSU Professor Dr. Temple Grandin said these activities are important for children with disabilities. “One important thing that programs like this do is prove to parents that their kids are capable of doing things and for some parents, that’s one of the most important things that they could learn,” said Dr. Temple Grandin. (credit: CBS) For those who missed Thursday’s rodeo, there are regular equine-assisted services for kids at both CSU’s main campus in Fort Collins and the Spur Campus in Denver.
    Each summer, Silicon Valley Reads convenes a group of librarians and avid readers to identify books and talk through current topics appropriate for a theme for the event, which takes place January-March of the following year. This group pores through hundreds of books, and dozens of theme ideas, trying to anticipate the right fit for the community at the right time. In 2021, the theme for Silicon Valley Reads was “Connecting,” addressing the uncertainty of a continuing pandemic and the need for people to connect. As topics and books were explored for the 2022 season, there was a common feeling that the community is still longing for connection. After months of reading, discussing and working with the advisory board and co-chairs, the theme was born: The Power of Kindness, Resilience and Hope. This theme became even more appropriate as the holidays passed and Omicron presented even more challenges to already difficult times. It is clear that people are in need of extra kindness and compassion. As a community, we are extremely resilient, especially when we work together. And hope is...
    Getty Santa Claus is introduced before the game between the Houston Texans and the Cincinnati Bengals at NRG Stadium on December 24, 2016 in Houston, Texas. Happy holidays! If you want to find something to do over the holiday weekend, there are plenty of Christmas events for family fun, nightlife and dining out in Houston. With many cancellations in the Houston area due to the coronavirus, be sure to call ahead before you finalize your plans. Follow the Heavy on Houston Facebook page for the latest Houston news and more. Here are the top 5 events in Houston this weekend:1. Sleigh All Day With Santa at the Children’s Museum Houston Join @cmhouston on Friday, December 24, 2021, at 10 a.m. for your chance to visit with the Big Man in Red. Jolly Santa Claus is coming for one last visit! Dress for the occasion and don't forget to smile! [Event]#HOUMuse #HOUMuseZone4https://t.co/23quP0oVNk pic.twitter.com/TXIgkrmI6M — Houston Museum District (@HOUMuseums) December 20, 2021 Santa will be at the Children’s Museum Houston for the last time in 2021 before his trip around...
    The holidays are back on in the South Bay, and Campbell is no exception. While COVID-19 protocols are still in place, many events that were canceled or held virtually last year are being held in person again. So, deck the halls, gather with loved ones and celebrate. Ainsley House Teas Residents can don their holiday best and enjoy an early afternoon tea sitting at Campbell’s historic Ainsley House. In addition to a special Ainsley House tea blend, there’s sparkling cider or champagne, and an assortment of finger sandwiches and desserts. Afterward, visitors can browse the holiday boutique and take a self-guided tour of the Ainsley House, which will be decorated for the holidays by local designers and organizations. The Holiday Tea and Tours are a fundraiser for the Campbell Museums. Teas are set for noon-2 p.m. on Dec. 2-5 and 9-12 at the Ainsley House, 300 Grant St. Tickets are $50 for museum members and $60 for non-members at https://www.campbellmuseums.com/shop. Storytime with Santa Santa Claus will take time out of his busy holiday schedule to visit the Campbell Community Center,...
    The week before Thanksgiving is traditionally when the district’s schools, particularly elementary, welcome parents and guardians to a family feast with their children in the school cafeterias.  While schools are eager to return to treasured traditions like these and have the opportunity to share fellowship with families, unfortunately schools are not able to host families this year.   While some school events are now possible, the global COVID-19 pandemic has caused labor and food supply chain issues across the country.  Bulloch County is no exception.  The school district has been unable to maintain sufficient lunchroom staffing levels, and it is a weekly struggle to obtain the needed food, paper goods, and other supplies necessary for regular daily meal service to children. Bulloch County Schools appreciates your understanding, and we look forward to seeing you at other school events throughout the year.  We are thankful to serve your children, and we wish you a happy and healthy holiday season. Bulloch Co Schools
    CHICAGO (CBS) — This weekend was the first for COVID-19 vaccine events for children, and on Sunday, hundreds of children as young as 5 years old got their Pfizer shots in Little Village. As CBS 2’s Marissa Parra reported, some parents even joined their children and got booster shots at the same time at the St. Anthony Hospital Community Clinic at 3059 W. 26th St. READ MORE: Kiante Tyler, 21, Denied Bond In Shooting Of Bensenville Police Officer Steven Kotlewski; Officer Remains In ICUThis came just days after the final approval from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for children ages 5 to 11. Small clinics began during the week, and major pharmacies and vaccination events – such as the one in Little Village – started this weekend. COVID-19 vaccinations look a little different with younger kids now involved – with everything from smaller doses to extra comfort. “When it comes to kids, everybody’s just a little more anxious,” said Dr. Romeen Lavani, pediatrician and chief medical officer at St. Anthony Hospital. “We are trying to manage their...
    Children ages 5 to 11 may soon be required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination to attend certain public events across the Bay Area, according to officials. As of this week, San Francisco, Berkeley and Contra Costa County have orders in place that require people ages 12 and older to show proof that they are fully vaccinated before entering indoor businesses where they remove their masks to eat or drink or tend to breathe heavily from exercising. San Jose requires that people ages 12 and older show vaccination proof for events with more than 50 people held at public-owned indoor facilities such as the SAP Center, the convention center and city-owned theaters. But now that children ages 5 to 11 are eligible to receive COVID-19 vaccines, Bay Area officials are beginning to consider whether they, too, will be subject to these proof-of-vaccination requirements. The first COVID-19 vaccinations were provided to Bay Area children ages 5-to-11 on Wednesday, just one day after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for this age group. San Francisco Health Officer...
    For the second straight year, the COVID-19 pandemic will be playing tricks with area children, not treating them, as two Hudson Valley communities have already been forced to cancel Halloween events. In Westchester, the Tarrytown Halloween parade has preemptively been canceled due to the new rise in COVID-19 infections, while in Rockland, Nyack is following suit out of an abundance of caution. With the Delta COVID-19 variant becoming the dominant strain - representing more than 90 percent of all new infections - of the virus, local officials are moving proactively to cancel some events in an effort to help curb the spread of the virus. Prior to the pandemic, thousands turned out for the Halloween parades in both Nyack and Tarrytown, which featured music, dancing, holiday fare, and children decked out in their favorite costumes. “After detailed discussions with the Village of Nyack, and based upon concerns for public health and public safety, the Nyack Chamber of Commerce regrets to say that the Nyack Halloween Parade 2021 has been postponed to 2022,” the Chamber posted on Facebook. In a statement,...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – This past weekend was a lot of fun in Pittsburgh with plenty for people to do, including Little Italy Days, Picklesburgh, and of course, a Steelers preseason game. Now comes the waiting game to see if those events fed the rising number of COVID-19 cases in our area. READ MORE: One Woman Transported To Hospital Following House Fire In Monroeville The concern is very real because, in all those events, which were largely outdoors, there were a lot of people crowded together and mostly maskless. With so many anxious to get back to some semblance of normal, we gathered in big numbers, hoping the wind would carry away any threat. “Now it is possible for the virus to spread outdoors, you know, the closer the people are together if they’re in crowded situations and if you’re talking about people that are unmasked and unvaccinated there can be spread there,” said Dr. Nathan Shively, an infectious disease specialist for Allegheny Health Network. He says we are now in the window to start seeing...
    Dear Readers: A recent question from a dad (“J”) who felt pressured by his mother to attend family events over his kids’ sporting events prompted a lively response on both sides of a consistent and challenging parenting issue: The pressure sports programs place on players and their parents, who are frequently required to travel to games on weekends and over holidays. Amy Dickinson  I encouraged “J” to occasionally miss games in order to attend family functions. Some reader responses are printed below. Dear Amy: As a parent and teenage counselor, I can assure you that you were wrong in telling that father that he should miss some of his children’s sports activities in order to attend family funerals and other family events. Your child comes first! Those children will always remember parents supporting them. They will not be spoiled because of it. Shame, shame on you! Disappointed Related Articles Ask Amy: I kept quiet when I saw them falsifying vaccine cards. Should I do something now? Ask Amy: I’m thinking of reporting how she treats her child...
    Babies who seem the most captivated by magic tricks go on to become more curious children — and may also be more intelligent — a study has found. Researchers from the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore studied the curiosity of infants from the age of 11 months to three years. They found that the children's interest in seemingly magical events — like a floating toy or a ball that passed through a wall — remained constant as they developed. Furthermore, the babies who appeared most intrigued by such illusions went on to become more curious toddlers, the team found. 'Something about a baby's curiosity about magic tricks is predicting how curious they become as pre-schoolers,' said study co-author Lisa Feigenson. 'What the data suggest is that some three-year-olds have a leg up or seem particularly well positioned to learn a lot about the world.'  Babies who seem the most captivated by magic tricks go on to become more curious children — and may also be more intelligent — a study has found THE MAGIC OF MAGIC  Past research in Professor Feigenson's...
    Chad Daybell and Lori Vallow Daybell were indicted earlier this month in Idaho on murder and conspiracy charges, among others, in connection with the deaths of several people, including Lori’s two children, officials have said.  The Daybells are at the center of a tangled case that involve several suspicious deaths as well as a bizarre apocalyptic religious belief that prosecutors claim the couple designed to justify the murders of 7-year-old Joshua "JJ" Vallow, 17-year-old Tylee Ryan and 49-year-old Tammy Daybell. Chad and Lori were each indicted by a grand jury last week on multiple counts each of conspiracy to commit first-degree murder and grand theft by deception, first-degree murder and conspiracy to commit first-degree murder related to the deaths of JJ and Tylee, officials announced Tuesday.  'CULT MOM' LORI VALLOW DAYBELL DEEMED UNFIT TO STAND TRIAL IN MURDER CASE Prosecutors announced murder charges against Lori Vallow, 46and her husband, Chad Daybell in the deaths of her two children. (Madison County Sheriff's Office) Chad also faces a first-degree murder charge for Tammy’s death, and two counts of insurance fraud,...
    (CNN)Isaac Rothbart's twins had always known their daddy doesn't like fireworks. But he'd never told his kids why. Then, while celebrating their fifth birthday at Disney World, the family wound up close to an unexpected pyrotechnics show. Rothbart "didn't react well." His wife noticed him shutting down and ushered the whole family indoors.That's when Rothbart and his wife decided it was time to have the conversation with the kids. Rothbart had recorded an HBO documentary specifically geared toward teaching children about the September 11 attacks. That would be their conversation starter.Pandemic deaths, insurrections, terrorist attacks and endless video loops of police brutality and hate crimes present parents with continual pressures about how and when to share troubling and traumatizing news with our children. Those pressures are further compounded when we or our loved ones are personally affected. Only by accident did Rothbart and I wind up discussing how to tell kids about the deadliest terrorist attack on US soil. At the time, Rothbart, chief financial officer of the New York City Police Foundation, was trying to help me locate a...
    Republican Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey has signed a law prohibiting student athletes who are transitioning into another gender from being able to compete in certain programs. The state “may never allow a biological male to participate on a female team,” the governor’s office said after signing the law, without elaborating further. These athletes, according to HB 391, are still able to participate in sports programs at a public K-12 school but must follow the gender designated on their birth certificates and can only compete against other athletes of that gender. PORTLAND CHURCH VANDALIZED BY RIOTERS SAYS FUNDS SET ASIDE TO FEED THOSE IN NEED WILL HAVE TO BE SPENT ON REPAIRS Supporters of the new law have been quick to point out that transitioning athletes have physical advantages over female athletes. “I want to thank Gov. Ivey for her leadership and for protecting the rights of Alabama’s female athletes. Standing up for what is right is not always easy, but it is always the right thing to do,” Republican state Rep. Scott Stadthagen said Friday after the bill cleared his...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Recent police-involved shootings in the U.S. have prompted many parents to have a conversation with their kids about race, policing and witnessing traumatic events. CBS2 spoke with a psychologist who says the dialogue should always be ongoing. READ MORE: Valerie Cincinelli, Ex-NYPD Officer Accused In Murder-For-Hire Plot, Expected To Plead Guilty “It’s not just one talk, but a series of talks. And the talks are not just about strategies about how to behave and not being seen as suspicious, but most importantly, what I do for my own Black children, it’s about modeling behaviors for them,” said Dr. Jeffrey Gardere. READ MORE: Caught On Video: Sucker Punch Assault, Robbery In Queens Watch: Dr. Jeffrey Gardere On Talking To Children About Race, Policing, And Witnessing Trauma MORE NEWS: Man With Rifle Stopped At Times Square Subway Station You can watch the full interview with Gardere in the video above.
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