0 Traffic & Transit Here's when extra CHP officers will be out on highways and freeways, looking for intoxicated and dangerous drivers. Courtney Teague , Patch Staff Posted Reply DANVILLE, CA — The California Highway Patrol will ramp up its presence Friday in Danville and across the Golden State. All available CHP officers will hit the roads from 6 p.m. Friday to 11:59 p.m. Sunday, the agency announced this week in a statement . Officers will be looking for dangerous drivers and available to help drivers or pedestrians in need. "Our goal is the same as yours, to make certain you arrive safely at your destination," said CHP Commissioner Amanda Ray in the statement. CHP responded to crashes last year that killed nearly 40 people over the Christmas holiday, according to the statement. More than 570 people were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence. Never drive while impaired, CHP said. Drivers … [Read more...] about CHP Crackdown Begins In Danville Soon For Christmas Holiday
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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A Nor’easter is headed our way later this week, and it has the potential to bring heavy snowfall, powerful winds and coastal flooding. The storm is expected to arrive Friday night, and stick around through late Saturday night. READ MORE: NYC Mourning NYPD Officers Wilbert Mora, Jason Rivera After Deadly Ambush In Harlem (Credit: CBS2) Saturday is what the CBS2 Weather Team is calling an “Alert Day.” “An Alert Day means you need to take action. And right now, that action is to just listen, keep checking in with us,” CBS2’s Elise Finch reported Wednesday morning. “As we have higher confidence about this Nor’easter, in terms of the model agreement, how large the system is going to be, how quickly it’s going to move, and exactly where it’s going to move. You need to stay tuned for updates.” (Credit: CBS2) The European model shows an area of low pressure bringing widespread and potentially heavy snowfall. READ MORE: President … [Read more...] about First Alert Snowstorm Forecast: Nor’easter Could Bring Heavy Snowfall, Powerful Winds This Weekend
0 Seasonal & Holidays Valentine's Day is right around the corner, so we want to know your favorite place in Highland Park and Highwood to take your sweetie. Jonah Meadows , Patch Staff Posted Reply HIGHLAND PARK, IL — Valentine's Day will be here before you know it, bringing with it the annual challenge of picking the perfect spot to woo your sweetheart. Highland Park and Highwood are home to lots of great places dining spots, so we at Patch want to know what is the most romantic restaurant in town for a date on Valentine's Day. Complete the short poll below by Feb. 1 and stay tuned for a follow-up article rounding up the top Valentine's Day restaurants in Highland Park and Highwood. Patch staff contributed. Thank Reply Share Best Places For Valentine's Day In Highland Park, Highwood: Poll The rules of replying: Be respectful. … [Read more...] about Best Places For Valentine’s Day In Highland Park, Highwood: Poll
Is President Joe Biden really just another Donald Trump in disguise? That’s not some QAnon theory about body-swapping, but a new favorite talking point of the pundit class. This week on Fever Dreams , hosts Asawin Suebsaeng and Kelly Weill delve into a swamp of columns accusing Biden of being Trump’s equal in delegitimizing elections, after Biden gave a speech about voting rights. “I get the sense that there are way too many overfed, overpaid, and overcoddled political commentators, pundits, and mainstream national political columnists who are paid to either on purpose or accidentally… not understand the difference between X and Y,” Suebsaeng says. Speaking of bad metaphors, anti-vaccine celebrity Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is facing the heat after likening himself to Holocaust victims during an anti-vax rally this weekend. Kennedy suggested that anti-vaxxers were more persecuted than Jews under the Nazis because Holocaust victims like Anne Frank could hide in an attic or flee … [Read more...] about Michigan Morons Are Furious About Gender-Neutral Litter Boxes
Photo: Getty Images House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced on Tuesday that she would run for a 19th consecutive congressional term in California’s June 7 top-two primary. There is certainly no one in her San Francisco district who can deny her that opportunity, though some ambitious Democrats might have fantasized about it. Some observers who recall her 2018 pledge to step down as Speaker after the 2021-2022 117th Congress may have been surprised by the announcement. But Pelosi never said she’d leave the House just because she’s handing over the gavel and the role of Democratic leader. Yes, it’s become common for big-time Washington powerhouses to go home altogether when they lose their lofty perches (two of her recent predecessors, John Boehner and Newt Gingrich , both resigned their seats in the middle of terms upon giving up the Speakership under intra-party pressure). But it’s not necessary, and Pelosi’s explanation that she wanted to stay in office to deal with the … [Read more...] about Pelosi to Run for House Again … But Not for Speaker?
Rivertowns, NY | News | Aug 2019 5 Ways Families Can Avoid Overspending This Summer — And Beyond Summer spending doesn't have to break the bank! Here are a few ways to cut back while still having some big fun all year. Ilana Donna , Patch Contributing Writer Thank Share Rivertowns, NY | News | Apr 2019 Helpful Pregnancy Advice That Moms-To-Be Should Embrace If you're pregnant, don't stress— a new book explains just what to do while making your baby, from healthy diets to the checklist you need. Ilana Donna , Patch Contributing Writer Thank Share Rivertowns, NY | News | Apr 2019 Tidying Up: How To Declutter Our Lives As Parents It's common to feel suffocated by all of our material objects. Luckily, there are some ways to simplify our lives as parents and people. … [Read more...] about Norwood Kids & Family News