Power outages in Capital Region

(NEWS10) – Storms sweeping through the area are causing power outages across the Capital Region. You can see outage maps below to check for an outage in your area and an estimated fix time. National Grid Central Hudson Check the latest forecast from the Storm Tracker Weather Team. For the most up-to-date information about the… Continue reading Power outages in Capital Region

Published
Categorized as Family

EU Council prolongs sanctions against Turkey overt anauthorised drilling in EastMed

Following the review of the framework for restrictive measures in response to Turkey’s unauthorised drilling activities in the Eastern Mediterranean, the European Council adopted on November 11 a decision extending the regime for one year, until November 12, 2022. “The European Union will remain able to impose targeted restrictive measures on persons or entities responsible… Continue reading EU Council prolongs sanctions against Turkey overt anauthorised drilling in EastMed

Published
Categorized as Designer

Alabama boy named world’s most premature infant to survive

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — An Alabama boy who weighed less than a pound at birth after his mother went into labor at only 21 weeks and one day of gestation has been certified as the world’s most premature baby to survive. Guinness World Records and UAB Hospital announced Wednesday that Curtis Means, who weighed only 14.8… Continue reading Alabama boy named world’s most premature infant to survive

Published
Categorized as Family

Hamilton gets 5-place grid penalty for new engine in Brazil

SAO PAULO (AP) — Lewis Hamilton was given a five-place grid penalty Friday for this weekend’s Brazilian Grand Prix after his team decided to give him a new engine. It’s the second time the Mercedes driver has exceeded the limit of three engines for the season. Hamilton, a seven-time Formula One champion, trails Red Bull… Continue reading Hamilton gets 5-place grid penalty for new engine in Brazil

Published
Categorized as Investment

Review: Tessa Thompson, Ruth Negga explore black and white in ‘Passing’

toggle audio on and off change volume download audio WTOP’s Jason Fraley reviews ‘Passing’ A century before Black Lives Matter protests, the concept of light-skinned Black Americans “passing” as white provided an escape from Jim Crow-era injustices — but at what price? That’s the subject of Rebecca Hall’s new Sundance-to-Netflix awards contender “Passing,” symbolically filmed… Continue reading Review: Tessa Thompson, Ruth Negga explore black and white in ‘Passing’

Published
Categorized as Investment

CEO of Germany’s Olympic body quits amid further turmoil

FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — The chief executive of the German Olympic committee said Friday she will step down as the organization faces a backlash over an attempt to identify the author of an anonymous letter which criticized how it was run. The letter was published in May by anonymous employees of the organization, known as… Continue reading CEO of Germany’s Olympic body quits amid further turmoil

Published
Categorized as Investment

Bills rule out linebacker Edmunds from playing against Jets

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) — Buffalo Bills coach Sean McDermott on Friday ruled out starting middle linebacker Tremaine Edmunds from playing at the New York Jets on Sunday. Edmunds didn’t practice this week after sustaining a hamstring injury in a 9-6 loss at Jacksonville last week. He leads the team with 54 tackles through eight… Continue reading Bills rule out linebacker Edmunds from playing against Jets

Published
Categorized as Investment

WTOP’s Beer of the Week: Blaugies La Moneuse Amber Saison

Share a glass with your favorite bandit! WTOP’s Brennan Haselton is joined by Neighborhood Restaurant Group Beer Director and Food and Wine Sommelier of the Year Greg Engert to talk about Blaugies La Moneuse Amber Saison for the latest edition of WTOP’s Beer of the Week. Quick facts: Brewery: Brasserie de Blaugies — Dour, Belgium… Continue reading WTOP’s Beer of the Week: Blaugies La Moneuse Amber Saison

Published
Categorized as Investment

Officer: Ahmaud Arbery would have received trespass warning

BRUNSWICK, Ga. (AP) — A police officer testified Friday he planned to give Ahmaud Arbery a trespass warning for repeatedly entering a home under construction before the 25-year-old Black man was chased and shot dead by neighbors who spotted him running from the property. Glynn County police Officer Robert Rash said he spoke several times… Continue reading Officer: Ahmaud Arbery would have received trespass warning

Published
Categorized as Investment