#monday-morning

French skier charged with manslaughter of five-year-old British girl in collision
A French skier who killed a five-year-old British girl after slamming into her at a resort in the Alps has been charged with manslaughter.
Their baby was due the day the blizzard hit. Snowed in - neighbours stepped in to help | CBC News
When a blizzard blanketed the GTA on Monday morning, Matthew Ducey knew he had to keep a path clear to his car at his home in Bowmanville - he and his wife Lauren are expecting a baby, and it was the due date.
Kaiser mental health workers strike Monday, demand culturally-sensitive care - SFBay
Nearly 200 Kaiser mental health clinicians are striking Monday in Oakland to demand better care for communities of color, representatives of the National Union of Healthcare Workers said.
Here's how much snow fell during Monday's winter storm
One area of Massachusetts reported 10 inches of snow.
The Core Of The Detroit Red Wings For The Future
The Detroit Red Wings are building for the future. Under the leadership of Steve Yzerman, the Red Wings are turning the corner and could get back to being a playoff team sooner rather than later.
Bruce Cassidy Explains Why Bruins Waived Karson Kuhlman
It might not be much consolation, but Karson Kuhlman can take solace in the fact that while he was waived by the Boston Bruins, it wasn't because he didn't do a good enough job when his number was called.
Rain showers dampen MLK Day holiday in Southern California
Rain showers danced across Southern California on Monday morning, throwing a wet blanket on the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.
15-year-old struck, killed in possible hit-and-run in Sheepshead Bay * Brooklyn Paper
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Djokovic's French Open title defence in doubt over Covid pass ruling
Novak Djokovic may not be allowed to defend his French Open title in May after the French government ruled that all athletes will have to be vaccinated in order to attend and compete in sporting events in France.
Man seeks to change name to 'Kill the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill'
An architect has applied at the high court to change his name by deed poll to "Kill the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill" in protest at punitive new anti-protest legislation being debated in the House of Lords on Monday.