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Colin Kaepernick-backed book calls for abolition of police, prisons

Colin Kaepernick made another play on Tuesday for the abolition of law enforcement.The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback revealed his self-titled publishing company will release its first title, “Abolition for the People: The Movement for a Future Without Policing & Prisons.”CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM”This anthology builds on decades of organizing and writing against…

NASCAR gearing up for full capacity crowds: ‘It gives you hope’

NASCAR gearing up for full capacity crowdsWith COVID-19 restrictions rolling back in some states, NASCAR is getting ready to welcome back fans with no capacity limits. The Pocono Raceway will be one of the first racetracks this year to have no capacity limits for its double-header in June.LONG POND, Pa. – With COVID-19 restrictions rolling…

Mississippi says it awaits $600K repayment from Brett Favre

Former NFL quarterback Brett Favre has yet to pay back $600,000 in money he received from the state of Mississippi for multiple speaking events he never showed up for, authorities said Tuesday.He promised to pay back the state a year ago, after an audit released in May 2020 revealed that $1.1 million had been paid…

West Texas rural property purchases grew 50% in Q1 2021

Purchases of large, rural properties in West Texas grew 50% in the first quarter of 2021, according to new research from Texas A&M University. University researchers noted in the findings published Tuesday that countryside sales surged in the third and fourth quarters of 2020 while the country grappled with COVID-19 case surges and lockdowns, as well. “In the aftermath…

Tatis goes on injured list due to health, safety protocols

San Diego shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. was among three players the Padres added to the injured list due to health and safety protocols.Joining Tatis on the list were utility players Jurickson Profar and Jorge Mateo, the Padres announced Tuesday before their game at Colorado. San Diego was expected to make corresponding moves later in the…

Thanks to COVID, Spieth gets a longer break than he wanted

Jordan Spieth returns to competition after four weeks off following the Masters. That wasn’t the plan.COVID-19 wasn’t part of the plan, either.Spieth revealed Tuesday that he tested positive for the coronavirus the second week after the Masters, which is what kept him from playing the Valspar Championship at Innisbrook two weeks ago.CLICK HERE FOR MORE…

Austin’s homeless camping ban is back in effect

Officials in Austin, Texas, are vowing Tuesday to be “laser-focused on addressing homelessness in a safe and humane manner” as the city’s ban on homeless camping is back in effect. “As we all know the issue of homelessness is complex. There are no perfect or simple solutions,” Austin City Manager Spencer Cronk told reporters Tuesday. “But in working with this team and our partner agencies…

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