Here’s a quick way to get caught up on what’s going on in the world. Everyday B-105’s StattMan puts together a collection of news stories that might impact the average person in Cincinnati. In no particular order. Nothing political or to heavy, just good country fun.
Cincinnati business owners roll with punches as curfew extends to Monday
All The Things Still In Short Supply
Small Fire At The Grippo’s Factory
— FOX19 NOW (@FOX19) June 4, 2020
George Floyd – Updated Arrests Of The Police Involved
An announcement has been made regarding the officers involved in the killing of George Floyd. On May 25th, Floyd was killed after Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin pinned the 46-year-old to the ground by kneeling on Floyd’s neck. On May 29th, after video footage of Floyd’s death sparked a call for justice, Chauvin was taken into custody and charged with third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter. Now, Attorney General Keith Ellison has announced that the three additional officers involved have been charged.
NBA Reportedly Set to Announce July 31 Return
The NBA is reportedly set to announce a July 31 return, as NBA commissioner Adam Silver proposed a 22-team plan to resume the season at Disney World in Orlando. So the NBA’s inviting 22 teams to Orlando: 13 Western Conference, 9 Eastern Conference. Eight-regular season games per team. Play-in for the 8th seeds. July 31-October 12.
When the NBA returns at Disney World 😂 pic.twitter.com/6fFqAx75YB
— NBA Memes (@NBAMemes) May 27, 2020
MLB Still Figuring Things Out
MLB owners reject MLBPA's 114-game proposal for 2020 season, per report https://t.co/WGeg4BDjAR
— CBS Sports MLB (@CBSSportsMLB) June 3, 2020
GARTH BROOKS: Reschedules Cincinnati
Garth Brooks is rescheduling his Stadium Tour stop at Cincinnati, Ohio’s Paul Brown Stadium (home of the NFL’s Cincinnati Bengals). The show – which had been set for June 27 – will now take place on a new date that has yet to be announced; all tickets will be honored at the rescheduled event.
Dozens Of Cars Stolen From Dodge Dealership During San Leandro Looting
Steven Avery Continues Mission To Become The World’s Unluckiest Man After Contracting COVID-19 In Prison
Avery tests positive for COVID-19 while sitting in his cell at maximum-security Waupun Correctional Institution, according to his former criminal defense attorney, Jerome Buting.