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WEST HOLLYWOOD (CBSLA) — The country’s largest pride festival is underway in West Hollywood, and several streets are closed. Thousands of people are expected to celebrate in the streets of West Hollywood Saturday and Sunday along Santa Monica Boulevard. Street closures for the 2018 LA Pride Festival and Parade began Thursday night on San Vicente Boulevard between Santa Monica and Melrose Avenue. Several streets will be closed at different times throughout the weekend. • Holloway Drive will be closed between Santa Monica Boulevard and Hacienda Place Friday from from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. • Santa Monica Boulevard will be closed between Robertson Boulevard and La Cienega Boulevard Friday from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. • San Vicente Boulevard will be closed between Santa Monica Boulevard and Melrose Avenue from 7 p.m. Thursday through 10 a.m. Monday. • Santa Monica Boulevard will be closed from Fairfax Avenue to Doheny Drive from 5 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. • Streets one block north and south of Santa Monica Boulevard will be closed from Fairfax Avenue to Doheny Drive from 5 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. • Crescent Heights Boulevard will be closed from Romaine Street to Fountain Avenue from 5 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. • Norton Avenue will be closed between Havenhurst Drive and Laurel Avenue from 5 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. • Holloway Drive will be closed between Santa Monica Boulevard and La Cienega Boulevard from 5 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. People planning to join the festivities were advised to take public transportation into West Hollywood during LA Pride Weekend.
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West Hollywood Streets Shut Down For LA Pride Parade
Rural hospitals across the U.S. are closing at the highest rates in decades. Desperate to stay open, some hospitals got caught in dubious billing schemes. Jim Axelrod reports with new information on the CBS News investigation.
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Health insurers seek to reclaim millions lost in rural hospital billing schemes
CINCINNATI (AP) — Catcher Devin Mesoraco made the short walk between clubhouses shortly before the first pitch Tuesday night as New York dealt for help at its neediest position, and he watched the Mets lose to the Cincinnati Reds 7-2 with Eugenio Suarez driving in four runs. The Mets traded former ace Matt Harvey to the Reds — he’ll join them in Los Angeles on Thursday for the start of a series against the Dodgers — and had Mesoraco on their bench for the first pitch. He pinch hit in the ninth and took a called third strike as the Mets lost for the seventh time in eight games. Suarez had a bases-loaded single and an RBI double off left-hander Jason Vargas (0-3). He added another RBI single in the seventh, and Scooter Gennett had a two-run homer off Hansel Robles. Luis Castillo (2-4) retired the first 14 Mets before Amed Rosario singled. Wilmer Flores hit a solo homer in the sixth — the ball bounced off the yellow padding atop the left field wall. Amir Garrett walked Adrian Gonzalez with the bases loaded in the sixth, but fanned Brandon Nimmo to end the Mets’ best chance to pull even. New York was blanked three times while losing all six games on a homestand last week. Vargas had another rough time as he works back from hand surgery, giving up four runs in four innings. Vargas broke the hamate bone in his right hand and had surgery to remove it on March 20. In three starts spanning 12 1/3 innings, he’s allowed 19 runs, 26 hits and five homers. MORE METS MOVES RH Corey Oswalt was called up from Triple-A Las Vegas and LH P.J. Conlon was optioned a day after his major league debut. Oswalt pitched in one game for the Mets last month, allowing two runs in 4 2/3 innings. TRAINER’S ROOM Mets: 3B Todd Frazier went on the 10-day DL with a sore left hamstring to open a spot for Mesoraco. He was originally out of the lineup. … Robles left the game in the seventh after appearing to tweak his right leg when he ran to try to field a bunt. Reds: RH Michael Lorenzen will pitch one inning in a game at the Reds’ spring training complex on Thursday. He’s been sidelined since March by a strained pitching shoulder. UP NEXT Mets: Zack Wheeler (2-2) is coming off one of his worst outings. He tied his career high by allowing eight runs in six innings of an 8-7 loss to the Rockies last Friday. Reds: Sal Romano (2-3) is 1-0 in two career starts against the Mets, allowing five runs and 14 hits in 11 innings with 11 strikeouts. (© Copyright 2018 The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)
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Mets Lose To Reds Following Matt Harvey Trade
Two baristas were fired at Duke University for playing inappropriate music , reports Indy Week. While working at Joe Van Gogh coffee shop on campus, Britni Brown and Kevin Simmons were let go after complaints from Vice President of Student Affairs Larry Moneta surfaced.
Apple Music's head hip-hop programmer, Carl Chery, is leaving the two-year-old music platform for Spotify, Variety exclusively reports. Chery was responsible for curating and overseeing Apple Music's most popular hip-hop and R&B playlists such as the A-List: Hip-Hop and A-List: R&B scores.
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Apple Music's Hip-Hop Programming Head Carl Chery Is Leaving For Spotify
SEARINGTOWN, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — A Long Island couple alleges their nanny abused their newborn daughter, and police say it was caught on camera. “We’re trying to hold up the best we can, but it’s very stressful,” father Sibi John told CBS2’s Jessica Borg in an exclusive interview, calling it a living nightmare. Nassau County police said the couple’s live-in nanny, 57-year-old Stacey Sakeran, abused the 12-day-old baby at their Searingtown home, and there’s proof on the family’s surveillance cameras. Detectives said around 1:30 a.m. Friday, the baby’s father heard the child screaming. When he checked the video camera installed in her room, police said it showed the nanny slapping the baby. The parents then looked at video from a previous day, which showed the nanny yelling at the infant and hitting her repeatedly, police said. “This is the first time we’ve had a nanny. This is all new to us,” John said. Police arrested Sakeran around 4 a.m. Friday. She was arraigned at Nassau County District Court on two counts of second-degree assault and two counts of endangering the welfare of a child. She pleaded not guilty. A Stay Away Order of Protection was granted for the family, Borg reported. The parents said they hired Sakeran through an agency, but declined to say which one. “I appreciate all the concern of everybody, and I appreciate the support,” John said. The Johns aren’t releasing the nanny-cam video, or many details, while police continue their investigation. “Everybody has been working very hard, taking care of things. We’re kind of leaving everything in their hands,” John said. “I trust them to do everything they can.” The family says they want to make sure Sakeran is not allowed to care for babies in the future. The girl was taken to the hospital to be evaluated and is back home with her family.
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CBS2 Exclusive: Long Island Father Accuses Nanny Of Abusing Newborn Daughter
A special audit of the National People’s Cooperative Bank of Jamaica (NPCB) has uncovered the shocking misuse of the money of the more than 200,000 members of the bank, and rampant abuse of position by those in charge at the institution, resulting in over $665 million, or 21 per cent of members’ deposits, unaccounted for.