Bruce Springsteen’s DWI charge at Jersey Shore park reportedly resulted from tequila shot with fans

UPDATE: Springsteen took shot of tequila, was ‘swaying’ and ‘glassy eyed’ in DWI arrest, court records say

A day after news broke that rock legend Bruce Springsteen had been charged with drunken driving at the Jersey Shore last fall, separate sourced reports have emerged that he was ticketed after taking a shot with fans while he sat on his motorcycle at Sandy Hook and that his blood alcohol level

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Biden administration reverses Trump changes it says ‘undermined’ conservation program

The Biden administration is reversing course on changes the Trump administration made to the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF), arguing the changes “undermined” the program.

Acting Interior Secretary Scott de la Vega in an order issued Thursday revoked an order by then-Secretary David Bernhardt that required a “written expression of support” for land acquired through the LWCF from both governors and local governments, effectively allowing these officials to veto

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Valentine’s Day guide: What to do in Sacramento


West Sacramento residents Keetha Mills and Phil Nanni enjoy some ice cream at the newly opened Devil May Care ice cream shop on Third Street.

Ed Andersen

We’re almost a year into quarantining, and now it’s time to celebrate Quarantine Valentine’s Day. It’s usually a night for eating out, but we’ve got some great ways to make this year’s day of love special for everyone.

Have a picnic

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Best Star Wars gifts for 2021, from video games and action figures to Baby Yoda plush

Star Wars has pivoted towards TV in a big way, with the upcoming third season of The Mandalorian potentially bringing more Baby Yoda adventures on Disney Plus, along with CGI animated series The Bad Batch, the Boba Fett show and a bunch of others. These new stories will no doubt spawn enough new Star Wars merchandise to fill a Death Star, as if there wasn’t enough to

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Edina Parks & Recreation to begin spring and summer activity registration | Free

Online registration for the city of Edina’s spring and summer parks and recreation activities begins noon Wednesday, Feb. 17, at for Edina residents.

Registration for those who live outside Edina begins noon Wednesday, Feb. 24.

The Spring/Summer Activities Directory, which is being mailed to Edina homes, contains listings grouped by type of activity to help people quickly locate what they are interested in. This guide will be in mailboxes

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Washington State Parks Commission will meet on Navy training


Students from a Navy SEAL class carry an inflatable boat toward the surf during a training exercise in San Diego in 2010. The Navy is proposing expanding such training in Western Washington, including to sites in Pierce County.


The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission will hold another special meeting about the U.S. Navy’s request to use some of the state’s parks for special operations training.


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Denton officials, residents prepare for extreme cold weather, snow chances through the weekend | Weather

The Denton area is preparing ways to stay warm as temperatures drop into the teens and single digits.

According to the National Weather Service in Fort Worth, below-average temperatures are expected in Denton for several days.

“We’ve got a lot of chances for frozen participation and really cold temperatures,” meteorologist Monique Sellers said. “We are going to be dealing with this for a while.”

A chance of freezing rain was

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Bill Murray Was Responsible for Michael Schur’s Worst Nightmare

Bill Murray may be one of the fathers of American pop culture but that doesn’t make him immune from causing nightmares. At the Television Critics Association’s 2021 winter tour, Michael Schur shared an embarrassing story that’s haunted him for the past 20 years. And it all has to do with Bill Murray, Saturday Night Live, and disappointing your idols.

Michael Schur appeared during HBO and HBO Max’s TCA day to

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