Like other counties, Kern Public Health skips reporting child deaths, citing lack of resources | News

Moon-shaped bruises marred a 5-year-old boy’s backside from “owies,” he told a social worker, according to a case report written by a Kern County sheriff’s deputy from an interview between the child and a social worker. The boy marked three X’s on a body chart using a dark red crayon to show where he believed … Read more

British police arrest journalists covering climate protest

London CNN Business — UK police arrested and detained three journalists covering a climate protest earlier this week, raising fears that press freedom in the country is under threat. Hertfordshire County Constabulary in southern England, arrested LBC radio reporter Charlotte Lynch on Tuesday on a bridge over a public highway near London as she covered … Read more

British police arrest journalists covering climate protest

London CNN Business — UK police arrested and detained three journalists covering a climate protest earlier this week, raising fears that press freedom in the country is under threat. Hertfordshire County Constabulary in southern England, arrested LBC radio reporter Charlotte Lynch on Tuesday on a bridge over a public highway near London as she covered … Read more

Top Japanese official MNC bats for technology development and research in India – Punekar News

Pune, November 7: “We expect India to lead in technology. We believe that India will return as a manufacturing hub and a center of excellence in technology. It’s not just ‘Made in India’, it’s developed and researched in India,” noted HORIBA Executive Vice President and COO Juichi Saito. Juichi Saito recently spoke at a panel … Read more

Business in Oregon – What economic challenges will Oregon’s next governor face?

With polls in the Oregon gubernatorial race showing tight competition among the three candidates, there is a high degree of uncertainty surrounding who could be the next to sit in the governor’s mansion. Regardless of who wins in November, the next governor will have to deal with several economic realities facing Oregon’s economy. Oregon is … Read more

Business in Oregon – What economic challenges will Oregon’s next governor face?

With polls in the Oregon gubernatorial race showing tight competition among the three candidates, there is a high degree of uncertainty surrounding who could be the next to sit in the governor’s mansion. Regardless of who wins in November, the next governor will have to deal with several economic realities facing Oregon’s economy. Oregon is … Read more

Detroit councilman criticizes colleagues for delaying vote on ShotSpotter technology | Metro Detroit News | Detroit

click to enlarge Courtesy photo ShotSpotter Incident Review Center. The Detroit City Council postponed a vote Tuesday on expanding controversial surveillance technology for the police department. A majority of council members said they did not support using more than $7 million in federal pandemic relief funds on ShotSpotter, a technology that relies on a network … Read more

Art stolen from Montpellier church exhibit | News | Seven days

click to enlarge Bernadette Hood Foster’s Covered Bridge Thieves broke into a Montpelier church and stole thousands of dollars worth of art late last month, officials say. Seven mostly abstract works by local artists were pulled from a chapel exhibit at Bethany United Church of Christ, according to Linda Hogan, president of the Art Resource … Read more

Wyoming Ex-Con Releases Critical Thinking Book | Local entertainment

CASPER — Two years ago, John Guy was in prison, serving 17 years for a 2004 stabbing in Laramie. On Friday, he headed to the signing of his first book, released this week. Think Straight is a self-proclaimed “manual for the mind,” says Guy. Part science, part philosophy, it’s packed with detailed debunks of common … Read more

Ontario’s science board says the province plans to create a smaller group of advisers

Liam Casey and Alison Jones, The Canadian Press Posted Sun Aug 28, 2022 9:21 am EDT Public Health Ontario plans to replace Ontario’s scientific advisory panel on COVID-19 with a new, smaller group that will be more limited, according to a scientific panel memo obtained by The Canadian Press. A desk memo to Public Health … Read more