Under the tide of layoffs, workers in Silicon Valley lower their expectations: As long as they don’t lay off workers, I will do it with less wages

Today, the era of dividends for technology practitioners may be coming to an end. Mass layoffs appear to have made many tech workers willing to accept lower salaries, according to a recent study of U.S. companies. In a survey conducted by a foreign recruitment website, about 56% of American technology practitioners said that they would…

Tesla Model Y speeding caused death: the owner claimed that the emergency avoidance did not start and sued

In March this year, a Tesla Model Y in Tianjin had a traffic accident. The owner collided with a man riding a bicycle crossing the road at a speed of 84km/h on a road with a speed limit of 70km/h, resulting in the death of the other party. Both are therefore equally responsible. According to…

Indiana man center of gambling probes involving Alabama, Cincinnati baseball, AP sources say

An Indiana man whose son is a member of the University of Cincinnati baseball team is the bettor at the center of separate investigations that led to firings of Alabama coach Brad Bohannon and two members of Bearcats baseball staff this month, two people familiar with the inquiries told The Associated Press on Friday. The…

Kimbrel 8th pitcher in MLB history to earn 400 saves, Phillies beat Braves 6-4

Craig Kimbrel became the eighth pitcher in major league history to earn 400 saves, Brandon Marsh hit a go-ahead, two-run single in the sixth inning and the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Atlanta Braves 6-4 on Friday night. Making his 730th career appearance, the 34-year-old Kimbrel worked a scoreless ninth to get his sixth save in…

Buffalo man gets six years in prison for role in credit union robbery

A Buffalo man was sentenced to six years in prison for his role in a 2019 credit union robbery that resulted in over $148,000 being stolen, the U.S. Attorney’s Office announced. Carl Wilson, 38, was convicted of aggravated bank robbery. Officials say on Nov. 7, 2019, Wilson and his co-defendant Ronald Morris entered the Clarence…

Iowa governor signs bill restricting lessons on gender identity, sexual orientation in schools

(The Hill) — Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds (R) signed a bill into law on Friday that restricts lessons on gender identity and sexual orientation in schools from kindergarten through sixth grade.  Reynolds announced her signature on the bill and a few others relating to education in a release, calling education the “great equalizer” and saying that everyone involved in…

Man accused of rape in Maryland caught at Peace Bridge

A man accused of rape in Maryland was found and taken into custody at the Peace Bridge. This past Sunday, U.S. Customs and Border Protection says a 44-year-old American was returning to the U.S. after spending time in Canada. An active warrant was found, they say, leading authorities to pull him aside for secondary inspection.…

Elmwood will be back to 4 lanes when AKG Art Museum is finished

Drivers can rest assured, the traffic limitations seen on Elmwood Avenue outside the AKG Art Museum won’t last forever. A nearly four-year expansion project broke ground in November 2019 at the site formerly referred to as the Albright-Knox. It’s set to reopen under the new name next month. While construction has been taking place, part of…

Motorcyclist, 20, killed in crash on I-990 in Amherst

A 20-year-old motorcyclist was killed Friday afternoon in a crash on Interstate 990, Amherst police said. Officers responded at 2:50 p.m. to the northbound lanes of the expressway between the I-290 and the University at Buffalo exit. The motorcyclist, whose name was not released, died at the scene. The cause of the crash is under…