SNL’s Pete Davidson Confirms Split from Cazzie David: ‘We’re Not Together Anymore’

Pete Davidson and Cazzie David have gone their separate ways. The Saturday Night Live cast member confirmed his split from Larry David‘s daughter, Cazzie, in a PEOPLE exclusive sneak peek of a video interview with Complex’s Open Late with Peter Rosenberg, which drops Thursday evening. After Davidson, 24, was asked about his relationship status with 24-year-old Cazzie, he revealed, “We’re not together anymore.” “Very talented girl, she’ll be great and she’ll be fine,” he shared. “Yeah, I think she’ll be okay.” When Rosenberg said, “you’re going to be okay,” Davidson responded, “yeah, probably,” and added of Cazzie, “she’ll be fine.” In May 2016, the actor opened up about dating Cazzie.… Read More

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Tour recalls those who served in the ‘Forgotten War’

SALT LAKE CITY — One woman’s efforts to commemorate the military service of thousands of veterans of the ‘Forgotten War’ is sparking interest from Utah leaders who are also eager to recognize their sacrifice for duty to peace and country. Two years ago, Hannah Kim, 35, launched an endeavor to raise awareness of the men and women who served in the Korean War more than 60 years ago. After lobbying Congress to pass the Wall of Remembrance Act in 2016, she came up with the idea to take her notion to every state in the union. From April 27 to July 27, Kim has embarked on a three-month journey to… Read More

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Golf: Tournaments, fundriasers

Red Devil Classic: June 22 at Diablo Creek Golf Course. Registration at 11 a.m.,, followed by lunch, golf, dinner and raffle/silent auction. Proceeds go towards Mt. Diablo High School academic and athletic programs. Dinner only tickets also available. To register contact Lou Adamo at (925) 212-9332, louadamo@gmail.com or visit reddevilgolfclassic.com/golf-tournament/ for online registration, sponsor forms, and additional info. Green Tee Tournament: July 16 at Metropolitan Golf Links in Oakland. Registration at 6:30 a.m., shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. $125 per golfer, $400 foursome includes gree fees, cart, range balls, lunch, games (raffle, auction) and prizes. Proceeds will fund youth development programs for Oakland youth and cultural arts programs. To register… Read More

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Police collect evidence in landfill of West High student’s death

EVANSTON, Wyo. — A team of officers have uncovered evidence at a Wyoming landfill related to the death of a 15-year-old Salt Lake girl, police said Wednesday. Twenty officers used rakes to comb through garbage on Tuesday for up to 10 hours, finding materials they collected as evidence, said Salt Lake Police Sgt. Brandon Shearer. He declined to give details about what the officers found or say what led them to investigate the Uinta County landfill near Evanston. Baleigh Bagshaw, 15, was killed May 7 after she arrived at her Salt Lake home from a day at West High School. She was talking with her mom on the phone when… Read More

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Former inmates sue Daggett County over jail abuse

SALT LAKE CITY — The American Civil Liberties Union of Utah on Wednesday filed a lawsuit against Daggett County on behalf of two former inmates who were abused while incarcerated at the county jail. In 2017, the Daggett County Jail was shut down after a Department of Corrections investigation uncovered abuse of inmates that dated back years and included officers illegally using their Tasers on inmates and forcing inmates to act as test dummies to train uncertified police dogs. Former Daggett County Sheriff Jerry Jorgensen, former Daggett County Sheriff’s Lt. Benjamin Lail, of Manila, and former sheriff’s deputies Joshua Cox, of Manila, Rodrigo Toledo and Logan Walker were all charged… Read More

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Both of these 21-year-old twins landed full-time jobs at Apple — here’s how it happened, and their best interview advice (AAPL)

Cameron and Tyler Haberman — twin brothers — have just graduated from University of California, Berkeley, and are both headed to work in finance at Apple. The brothers said their Apple interviews got off to rocky starts. But the Haberman twins recovered and landed their dream internships, which turned into jobs. Here’s their best advice for acing an interview. Apple is the most valuable company in the world, and the makers of the single most popular smartphone in the world. So it’s not surprising to learn that getting a job there isn’t easy. So it’s noteworthy that as of September, the Haberman family will be represented at Appleby not one,… Read More

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Audits coming to Clayton Valley charter school following departure of executive director, wife

CLAYTON — The Clayton Valley Charter High School has been instructed to preserve all documents, including emails and financial documents, as the county’s Office of Education conducts an extensive financial audit. The letter addressed to Kristy Downs, governing board chair of CVCHS instructs the school to “retain and preserve all documents related to CVCHS finances, including current financial status, and current and past practices relating to CVCHS’ finances, expenditures and loans.” The letter issued Wednesday comes a day after news broke that the charter school’s top administrators, David Linzey, the executive director, and Eileen Linzey, the chief program officer, have departed the school. Parents and former teachers have vocally criticized… Read More

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TLDR: MLB’s streaming deal with Facebook, diversity on Amazon’s board, PicoBrew

[Editor’s Note: TLDR is GeekWire’s tech news rundown show, hosted by Starla Sampaco. Watch today’s update above, subscribe to GeekWire on YouTube, check back weekday afternoons for more, and sign up for TLDR email updates below.] Today’s featured stories Seattle Mariners game airs exclusively on Facebook as part of MLB streaming experiment Amazon board diversity in the spotlight as tech giant agrees to officially adopt ‘Rooney Rule’ Clear some counter space, new PicoBrew appliance will make a variety of beverages beyond beer Subscribe to GeekWire on YouTube. …read more Source:: GeekWire       

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Advanced Education minister says her deputy, not her, logs emails records

VICTORIA — B.C.’s minister of advanced education says she doesn’t have to release her sent emails under freedom of information laws because any final decisions she makes are kept with her deputy minister. Melanie Mark was responding to a second day of questions in the legislature about how an FOI request for all her sent government emails in the month of February returned no records. She ducked barbs during question period from the Opposition Liberals, but emerged to tell reporters afterwards she had done nothing wrong. “The decisions and direction I make with the ministry are all on public record with the deputy minister’s office, that’s how records are kept,”… Read More

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Sports: On air highlights

Thursday TVRadio Baseball Dodgers at Marlins 9 a.m. MLB A’s at Blue Jays 4 p.m. MLB 95.7 Rockies at Giants 7 p.m. NBCBA 680 College baseball Washington at Utah 10:30 a.m. PAC12 Ohio State at Michigan State 1 p.m. BIGTEN LSU at Auburn 4 p.m. ESPNU Maryland at Indiana 4 p.m. BIGTEN TCU at Texas 4:30 p.m. FS1 Arizona State at Arizona 6 p.m. PAC12 Boxing Lightweight: Duno vs. Gonzalez 7 p.m. ESPN2 Cycling Tour of California: Stage 5 1:30 p.m. NBCSN Golf LPGA Tour: Kingsmill Championship 7:30 a.m. GOLF Champions Tour: Regions Tradition 9:30 a.m. GOLF PGA Tour: AT&T Byron Nelson 1 p.m. GOLF Hockey IIHF World Championship: quarterfinal… Read More

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