By Staff report | The Press-Enterprise PUBLISHED: March 22, 2019 at 5:55 pm | UPDATED: March 22, 2019 at 5:55 pm Here are the restaurants and other food facilities closed by health inspectors in Riverside County between March 15 and 21, 2019, according to the county’s Department of Environmental Health. If no reopening date is mentioned, the department had not listed that facility as reopened as of this publication. Subway, 3590 Central Ave., Suite 102A, Riverside Closure date: March 20 Grade: Not graded Reason for closure: Lack of ventilation (detailed report not available). An inspector closed this restaurant for the same reason March 7. Non-closure inspections of note Here are facilities that weren’t closed but had other significant issues in their inspections. Eastern Buffet, at 49211 Grapefruit Blvd. Suite 7 in Coachella, was inspected March 19 and received a failing grade of 83/B, with one critical violation. The inspector noted that raw chicken was being left … [Read more...] about Not enough fresh air: Restaurant closures in Riverside County, March 15-21
Matt Charboneau The Detroit News Published 8:51 PM EDT Mar 22, 2019 The Detroit News’ Matt Charboneau breaks down Saturday’s Michigan State-Minnesota NCAA Tournament second-round game at Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines, Iowa (7:45 p.m., CBS/WJR 760, WWJ 950). Backcourt The biggest difference in Minnesota from the first meeting is the play of its guards. Freshman Gabe Kalscheur scored 17 in the first game against Michigan State and had 24 in the win over Louisville while senior Dupree McBrayer is streaky, and while not a true point guard, can heat up and nail some big shots. But the big turnaround has come from junior Amir Coffey. He’s been on fire the past few weeks, scoring 18 in the win over Louisville, the seventh straight game he’s reached double figures. He scored 31 in a win over Northwestern and 32 when Minnesota knocked off Purdue in the final week of the regular season. He might not match that in this game, but he seems sure to do better than the … [Read more...] about Michigan State vs. Minnesota: Who has the edge?
(Reuters) - Robert Khuzami, the federal prosecutor who oversaw the case against President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen, will step down from his role as Deputy U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, the U.S. Attorney's office announced Friday. Khuzami led the case against Cohen, who has pleaded guilty to campaign finance violations, lying to Congress and other federal crimes, after U.S. Attorney Geoffrey Berman recused himself from the case. (Reporting By Brendan Pierson in New York; Editing by Chizu Nomiyama) … [Read more...] about Prosecutor who oversaw case against Trump lawyer Cohen to step down
By Helen Coster, Liana B. Baker and Kenneth Li (Reuters) - Viacom Inc's bitter contract renewal talks with AT&T Inc's DirecTV that could see the blackout of MTV, Nickelodeon and Comedy Central by midnight Friday are weighing on a possible tie-up of CBS and Viacom, sources familiar with the discussions said. Although the boards of CBS and Viacom have not discussed or decided on pursuing a merger, these sources say they are studying AT&T's impact on Viacom and how it affects the company's motivation to pursue a CBS merger. Viacom needs to resolve the AT&T contract before considering any other strategic moves including mergers and acquisitions, sources said. Both companies are controlled by the Redstone family’s National Amusements Inc, which pushed for a merger last year but backed off as CBS explores other options before deciding on another run at Viacom. Viacom would take a substantial financial hit without an AT&T deal. AT&T is Viacom’s largest … [Read more...] about Viacom, AT&T negotiations weigh on possible CBS tie-up
By Ahmed Eljechtimi RABAT (Reuters) - Moroccan converts to Christianity, a tiny minority in an overwhelmingly Muslim country, are looking to Pope Francis' visit next week as an chance to press their demands for religious freedom. Francis will spend two days in Rabat on his first trip to the North African country from March 30-31 - the first visit there by any pope in nearly 35 years. He will spend time with Roman Catholics - most of them expatriate Europeans, mainly French, and sub-Saharan African migrants - who are free to worship in churches such as the capital's art deco St. Peter's Cathedral. But unlike those "foreign Christians", Moroccan converts say they are forced to worship at home, in secret. Conversion from Islam to Christianity is banned - as it is in many Muslim countries - and proselytising is punishable by up to three years in prison. One group backing them - the Moroccan Association for Religious Rights and Freedoms - has already written to the Vatican, raising its … [Read more...] about Morocco’s hidden Christians see pope trip as chance to push for freedom