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Bears release Ray McDonald after arrest in California

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) The Chicago Bears released defensive end Ray McDonald following a domestic violence arrest in Northern California that police say stemmed from an assault on a woman who was holding a baby.

McDonald was taken into custody Monday morning on suspicion of domestic violence and child endangerment, Santa Clara police Lt. Kurt Clarke said.

McDonald was released from jail after posting bail later Monday, pushing past TV cameras and reporters without answering questions as he got into a taxi.

Police did not disclose if the woman or the baby were injured.

The Chicago Bears released a statement Monday afternoon about the decision to let McDonald go.

believe in second chances, but when we signed Ray we were very clear what our expectations were if he was to remain a Bear, General Manager Ryan Pace said in the statement. was not able to meet the standard, and the decision was made to release him. guard Kyle Long quickly reacted to the move by tweeting riddance. signed McDonald to a one year contract in late March knowing it was a gamble given his history of legal issues.

Chairman George McCaskey even acknowledged at the time that he initially told Pace not to go after him. But McCaskey came away impressed from a face to face conversation that he described as candid, very forthright and after McDonald paid his way to Chicago.

McCaskey talked to McDonald parents but didn talk to any lawyers involved in McDonald cases or the accusers.

He cited a league investigation and said: alleged victim I think much like anybody else who has a bias in a situation there a certain amount of discounting what they have to say. But our personnel department had done its work looking into his background and the incidents and we had the benefit of two coaches who had been with him with the 49ers.

spoke with Vic Fangio
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In December, the San Francisco 49ers released the 30 year old, citing a of poor decision making. letting him go late in the season, 49ers General Manager Trent Baalke said, demonstrated a pattern of poor decision making that has led to multiple distractions to this organization and this football team that really can no longer be tolerated. release from San Francisco came just a month after the Santa Clara County district attorney office announced it had declined to file charges against McDonald in a separate domestic violence investigation stemming from an arrest on Aug. 31 while celebrating his 30th birthday at his
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Prosecutors cited conflicting versions of what happened, a lack of verifiable eyewitnesses and a lack of cooperation by the alleged victim, McDonald fiancee, in explaining their decision not to pursue charges in the domestic violence investigation.

In March, McDonald filed a defamation lawsuit against a woman who had accused him of rape.

McDonald says security camera footage will show a consensual sexual encounter occurred in his hot tub. Police say the woman doesn recall any sexual encounters and reported blacking out after drinking alcohol and falling at McDonald home.

She said she went to police after waking up naked next to McDonald. The Santa Clara County district attorney is considering whether to file criminal charges.

McDonald had been signed by the 49ers through the 2015 season. He had three sacks in 14 games last year and had 19 1/2 sacks in eight seasons with the 49ers.

Seligman reported from Chicago. Andrew Dalton contributed to this story from Los Angeles.

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Chelsea baker to health board

1, leaving Katz vowing to stop selling pastries rather than peddle what he calls "awful" tasting trans fat free baked goods.

He made the pastries the same way for years, starting the dough by mixing flour with a heaping mound of shortening, loaded with two and a half grams of trans fats per serving. In just a few weeks when the ban takes effect, the creamy white shortening will be contraband. And that when Katz dilemma begins, because the soon to be banned trans fats make his turnover dough taste good.

"No question the other stuff is much healthier for you, but this tastes better," said Katz, who still looks fit and trim for his 70 years. "But I don expect somebody to buy six turnovers and guzzle them down."

Public health experts from the city and Massachusetts General Hospital have been working with Chelsea restaurants and bakeries to prepare for the ban and help come up with alternatives without artificial trans fats. But Katz tried several kinds and they
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"I made some dough, and I made it the same way I make everything else. I rested it and made turnovers from it, and they looked pretty good, but when you ate them they were awful," Katz said.

So awful that Katz is refusing to sell them without trans fats. Just what that means, though, is not so clear.

"Are you going to keep using them?" FOX Undercover reporter Mike Beaudet asked.

"That between me and God. God knows if I going to use it" he said with a smile.

Katz later said he follow the law, but is thinking about legal action of his own.

"It very, very aggravating to me, and I don know what to do. I just a small little guy trying to make a living and everything going up and my product list is going down because of what the city tells me," he said.

But Dr. Dean Xerras, a Chelsea board of health member, says the board took action because city residents have higher than average rates for obesity and associated problems like heart disease and diabetes.

"We actually don think it goes too far," he said. "Our intention was to help the health
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Mass. General is part of a coalition of residents and officials working to improve the health of Chelsea residents, and helped craft the ban that was adopted.

Beaudet asked MGH Melissa Dimond, "getting rid of the turnovers at Katz Bagels will solve Chelsea obesity problem."

"Getting rid of artificial trans fat in all of the restaurant establishments will be absolutely part of the solution," Dimond said.

"Is Mr. Katz going to get hauled off for selling this stuff?" Beaudet asked.

"The intention is not for people to be punished. The intention is to help people comply," she said.

Octavio Restrepo, owner of Mario Bakery in Chelsea, says the ban is fine with him.

"The taste is good. The taste is not much different than the other one, but for our customers, it much better. One hundred percent better," he said.

But back at Katz bagels, some of his loyal customers don see it that way.

"The customers want a certain taste, and if it doesn taste as good, there no use making it," said Ray McDonald, who sometimes buys from Katz two or three times a week. "I just think that it ridiculous that the government believes they should impose whatever
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If pilots will be using iPads in the cockpit

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A look at microbrewery laws being considered nationwide

Gov. Doug Ducey signed a bill Tuesday that allows microbreweries to make up to 6.2 million gallons of beer per year, removing the old limit of 1.2 million gallons. Under the previous rules, companies exceeding the limit were forbidden from operating restaurants. That is an issue for Arizona based Four Peaks Brewing Company, a growing player in the industry.

Wyoming lawmakers passed legislation in February allowing microbreweries to expand annual production from 15,000 to 50,000 barrels. It allows craft beer makers exceeding that 15,000 barrel limit to continue selling on site and distribute their product themselves. Larger brewers cannot distribute their products in state.

North Dakota recently passed a law in March allowing microbreweries to have multiple taproom licenses, instead of just one. Microbreweries may produce no more than 25,000 barrels of malt beverages a year combined at all locations. That about 50,000 kegs, or 775,000 gallons, of beer.

Montana lawmakers in February defeated a proposal to allow craft brewers with a tasting room to raise production from 10,000 to 60,000 barrels annually. They defeated another bill that would have allowed brewers to own up to three retail licenses. A new bill would further bolster the business by letting customers visiting the brewery buy beer to take home. However, a separate bill this session would cut the number of barrels microbrewers are allowed to self distribute to restaurants, grocery stores and other retailers from 40,000 barrels per year to 5,000. That effort comes after lawmakers lowered cap from 75,000 annual barrels to 40,000 per year last session.

The Florida Legislature appears poised to pass a bill that would legalize 64 ounce refillable beer jugs or which are legal in most states. Florida already allows quart and gallon growlers, but the popular half gallon became a pawn in a battle over the complex laws regulating brewing and the sale of beer.

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A bill to expand the availability of growlers is moving through the Missouri Legislature. The measure would allow convenience and grocery stores to sell growlers, which currently are only found at breweries or specialty bars.

Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin signed a bill that allows brewers to give out samples at their breweries. When the law takes effect in June, it will allow many businesses to be able to sell up to four growlers of beer per person per day, including brewers, brewpubs, retailers and
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