The suspect and vehicle involved are still outstanding.
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Jen Pawol will work the plate for Saturday night’s Triple-A Championship game in Las Vegas between Oklahoma City and either Durham or Norfolk. Pawol has worked major league spring training games and the 46-year-old is bidding to become the first woman to umpire a major league game. She made her professional debut in 2016 and worked at Triple-A this season. Crew chief Jonathan Parra will work first base, Matt Brown will be at second and Dexter Kelley at third.
LeBron James is once again getting to the gym at dawn and putting in long hours as he prepares to begin his 21st NBA season. Lakers general manager Rob Pelinka believes he has assembled a roster that will allow the top scorer in NBA history to rest a little bit easier this year. The Lakers kept most of last season’s roster and supplemented it with several promising additions in a bid to build a complete contender around James and Anthony Davis. After watching his team go 18-8 after the trade deadline before winning a play-in game and two postseason rounds, Pelinka wanted to see what this group could do with a full year together.
The Seattle Police Department says an officer and police union leader under investigation for making callous remarks about the death of a woman from India has been taken off patrol duty. The Seattle Times reports the police department confirmed Thursday that traffic Officer Daniel Auderer “has been administratively reassigned to a non-operational position.” Auderer is under investigation for a recording in which he is heard laughing and joking during a phone call after another officer, Kevin Dave, struck and killed Jaahnavi Kandula on Jan. 23. An investigation says Dave was driving 74 mph in a 25-mph zone just before he struck Kandula. The King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office is reviewing whether to pursue charges against Dave.
The Baltimore Orioles have reached a deal with the state of Maryland that keeps the team at Camden Yards for at least 30 years. That's according to an announcement after the third inning of Thursday night’s game against Boston. A message appeared on the scoreboard telling the crowd about the agreement between the Orioles, the state, Gov. Wes Moore and the Maryland Stadium Authority. The Democratic governor and Orioles chairman John Angelos were shown on the video board. The team’s lease was to expire at the end of the year.
Lawyers for former President Donald Trump say he will not seek to get his Georgia election interference case transferred to federal court. The revelation in a court filing Thursday comes three weeks after a judge rejected a similar attempt by Trump's White House chief of staff. Trump pleaded not guilty to the charges alleging he illegally sought to overturn the results of the 2020 election. A venue change would not have meant that a reelected Trump could have pardoned himself because any conviction would have still happened under state law. It would have, however, broadened the jury pool and meant that a trial would not be photographed or televised.
Both drivers were interviewed and are cooperating with the investigation.
An American soldier who sprinted into North Korea and was held there for two months before being returned to the U.S. is now set to undergo medical testing and extensive questioning about his time in the isolated country before potentially facing charges under the military justice system. Pvt. Travis King ran across the border from South Korea in July and became the first American detained in North Korea in nearly five years. His flight across the heavily fortified border raised questions and concerns for the international community. King arrived at a military base in Texas on Thursday, one day after North Korea announced that it would expel him.
The senate is working on one bi-partisan measure that would fund the government through November 17.