RICHMOND — The city of Richmond advanced strategic planning discussions regarding city hall and drainage improvements during Tuesday’s special meeting.
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CNN travels with a Minnesota doctor who travels to South Dakota in order to see patients who want abortions. South Dakota's trigger law would outlaw almost all abortions except in life-threatening medical emergencies if the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade. CNN's Kyung Lah reports.
Reds star Joey Votto expects to come off the COVID-19 list this weekend, just in time to play the Blue Jays in his hometown of Toronto. A six-time All-Star in 16 seasons, Votto hasn’t played a lot in front of the local fans — only nine games at Rogers Centre, during which he’s hit three home runs while going 8 for 33 with seven RBIs. Votto is off to a tough start this season. He’s hitting a meager .122 with no home runs and three RBIs in 22 games. He’s struck out 29 times in 74 at-bats.
WALLIS — East Bernard did not win the Brazos 7-on-7 Tournament on Saturday but its second-place finish was good enough to qualify for state competition.