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Officers find shivering sea lion in San Francisco stairwell

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The San Francisco Police Department says two of its officers helped rescue a stranded baby sea lion they found shivering at a stairwell in the city’s Ocean Beach neighborhood.

Cain homers, drives in 4 as Royals top Rays 10-5

Lorenzo Cain homered and drove in four runs as the Kansas City Royals beat the Tampa Bay Rays 10-5 on Tuesday night, extending their winning streak to a season-best five games.

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Holy Cross beats Butler for regional final spot

Holy Cross return to regional final after knocking off Butler, 6-0

      

 

 

Gambert delivers as Manual beats Male

Gambert dazed but delivers as Manual beats Male

      

 

 

The world’s longest tunnel opens in Switzerland

A guest photographs one of first trains to pass through the Gotthard Base Tunnel, the world's longest rail tunnel, during the opening ceremony near the town of Erstfeld, Switzerland, on June 1, 2016The world’s longest tunnel officially opened on Wednesday, with the trailblazing rail passage under the Swiss Alps aiming to ease transit through the heart of Europe. With Europe’s political unity shaken by a massive migrant crisis and the looming threat of Britain’s EU exit, Swiss President Johann Schneider-Ammann said the tunnel would “join the people and the economies” of Europe. German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Francois Hollande and Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi were among the passengers on the first train Wednesday.

St. X shuts out Ballard in 7th Region semis

Fischer, St. X shut out Ballard in 7th Region semifinals

      

 

 

Beijing investigates death in police custody of new father

Beijing prosecutors said Wednesday they were investigating the death in police custody of a young college graduate and new father who had been picked up on suspicion of visiting prostitutes, the latest development in a case that has highlighted public complaints about police abuses.

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SEC Expected to Exclude Transfers Who Have a History of Violence

Players in all sports would not be allowed to transfer into the conference if they had been disciplined at a previous university for most offenses involving violence or stalking.

Indonesia’s battle to bring healthcare to the masses

Indonesia is seeking to roll out one of the world's biggest universal healthcare systemsWhen Heni Karmila sought to find a doctor for her ailing mother using Indonesia’s new healthcare system, she faced a nine-hour wait in a line outside a crowded public hospital in Jakarta. “The queue at the hospital is always very long, packed with young and old people, pregnant women, people who have had accidents, those in need of operations and even tiny babies,” the small business owner, 43, told AFP. The case illustrates the challenges for Indonesia as it seeks to roll out one of the world’s biggest universal healthcare systems.

Beijing investigates death in police custody of new father

BEIJING (AP) — Beijing prosecutors said Wednesday they were investigating the death in police custody of a young college graduate and new father who had been picked up on suspicion of visiting prostitutes, the latest development in a case that has highlighted public complaints about police abuses.

Senator Bernie Sanders addresses supporters at rally in Monterey

Bernie Sanders was in Emeryville Tuesday morning, discussing health care. Then, he held a rally in Santa Cruz, followed by another in Monterey.

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