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    The boyfriend of the California woman who plunged to her death while holding her two-year-old son in her arms said her murder-suicide was 'very intentional and very planned.' Christopher Browning said his girlfriend, Raquel Wilkins, 40, became increasingly paranoid and delusional in the days leading up to her death, even searching the internet for 'easy suicide' and 'means of suicide.' He claimed that on the day of her suicide, Wilkins twice talked about how much height was needed to ensure a fall would be fatal.  Browning said he knew Wilkins and their two-year-old son, Denzel Browning-Wilkins, were dead the moment she leapt off the third level of Petco Park - the baseball stadium that is home to the San Diego Padres. Four months after their September 2021 deaths, San Diego police ruled the case a murder-suicide after 'a thorough and comprehensive investigation.'  Wilkins' family disputed the claim that she took her own life, but Browning now has confirmed she had been struggling with her mental health before her death.  Rachel Wilkins, 40, (right) became increasingly paranoid and delusional in the days leading up...
    HOUSEPLANTS are hard to keep alive, particularly with the soaring temperatures of summer. But they will quickly tell you if you're doing a bad job with drooping stems and browning leaves. 1There's no need to completely cut back browning leaves according to a proCredit: Getty These signs don't spell the end for your beloved greenery as the experts have a hack to pull them back to full health. The leaves on your plants are far more likely to go brown in summer when they need more water to keep hydrated in the humid conditions. Basically the issue arises when the water being lost from the plant through the day is more than is being absorbed through the roots. If you have a fully brown leaf - prune it off and give the rest of the plant a chance to survive without the dead weight. Read more on houseplantsGREEN FINGERS I'm a gardening guru - how to make sure your houseplants survive the heatwave But one plant expert shared a genius hack for keeping browning (but not completely dead) leaves intact...
    Getty Images Linebacker Justin Strnad tackles Jamal Agnew in 2021. With Denver Broncos training camp beginning on July 26, there will be plenty of eyes on the linebacker position — more specifically at inside linebacker. The Broncos didn’t bring back former starter Alexander Johnson, who remains a free agent. It’s likely that Alex Singleton and Josey Jewell will receive starting roles. General manager George Paton brought in ex-Eagle Singleton via free agency and Jewell is returning from an injury that cost him 15 games last season. Jonas Griffith will also vie for playing time as he played exceptionally well in 2021, posting 25 total tackles from Week 15 through 17. That could mean that linebacker Justin Strnad is on the outside looking in. Sports Illustrated’s Mile High Huddle writer Erick Trickel believes that Strnad could be a longshot to make the 53-man roster. “Strnad will have to excel on special teams to make the Broncos’ roster as he tries to stave off a couple of undrafted rookies,” Trickel wrote. “Earning a place on special teams isn’t a given,...
    Getty Images The idea of making a budget may make your eyes glaze over. Yet it is fundamental to achieving financial wellness. "It's really hard to make any plan or progress if you don't know where your money is going," said Chris Browning, creator and host of the podcast Popcorn Finance. In his short-form podcast, Browning discusses finance topics such as investing and managing your money in about the time it takes to make a bag of popcorn. "Refer to it as something else if you don't like the word," he said, of a budget. More from Invest in You:Suze Orman: Here's how couples should budget their moneyHow to set a budget and avoid debt this holiday shopping seasonDid you blow your budget? Here's how to get back on track With a budget, you are essentially tracking how much money you have coming in and how much you have going out. From there, you can see where you need to start making changes and how much you can save and invest. Following your budget may also be a challenge. These...
    Jake Browning has done everything right off of the field for the Minnesota Vikings, but it might not be enough to get him on the 53-man roster.  Mike Zimmer has been going through it this offseason and preseason. His team hasn’t been able to hit a decent vaccination threshold, his QB1 has been giving him grief and finally, he’s gotta consider the health of some of his best players as the season starts to roll in. There’s a silver lining in all of this, though. Jake Browning may be exactly what the Vikings need to make the bounce back entering the first week of the regular seas– Oh what was that? You said they might cut Jake Browning, too? *sigh*Jake Browning could be let go by the Vikings after thisBrowning had a promising start at the opening of training camps, but it hasn’t translated into the preseason. He just may be on the chopping block due to his lackluster performance over these past few preseason games. This was reported by The Athletic’s Vikings beat writer Chad Graff on twitter, who...
    Patrick Surtain Jr. put Jake Browning on a poster in his Denver Broncos preseason debut. Denver Broncos fans are quickly learning what Alabama football fans have known for a while that cornerback Patrick Surtain Jr. is an unbelievable playmaker in the defensive backfield. During his preseason debut, Surtain picked off an errant Jake Browning throw and took it to the house to further silence the Minnesota Vikings home crowd. While many people in Broncos Country questioned why the team did not take a quarterback with the No. 9 overall pick, seeing Surtain provide them with immediate returns on their draft investment makes that a moot point. Denver is hoping that Surtain becomes the defensive back cornerstone in their new No Fly Zone. PATRICK SURTAIN PICK SIX ???? pic.twitter.com/aJGl4V5M2k — PFF (@PFF) August 14, 2021 Patrick Surtain Jr. pick-sixes Jake Browning in his Denver Broncos debutThough Denver has the least stability at the quarterback position of any team in the AFC West presently, Surtain has a great chance to flourish playing in Vic Fangio’s Broncos defense. He played for defensive-minded head coach...
    Robert “Bob” Browning, a longtime Los Angeles Times copy editor who worked on The Times’ investigative series on the King/Drew hospital that won the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service in 2005, died Saturday. He was 69. The cause was complications from a long-standing lung disease, said Judy Browning, his wife of 31 years. Browning was born in Pasadena on Oct. 22, 1951, and graduated with a degree in history from Carleton College in Minnesota. He began his career in newspapers in the mid-1970s as an unpaid concert critic for the Whittier Daily News. He was soon hired as a reporter, then quickly promoted to editor of the society page. He later worked as a copy editor at the San Gabriel Valley Tribune and Orange County Register. He was taking music classes at Rio Hondo College in 1976 when he met his future wife, Judy, who was a secretary in the fine arts department. They lost touch but reconnected a few years later when she saw him singing in the choir at First Friends, a Quaker church in Whittier. They married...
    FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – Ron Browning has been volunteering with Meals on Wheels in Tarrant County for ten years. “If you don’t do something, you waste away,” Browning says. “So I would rather stay busy.” Staying busy is an understatement for Browning who started volunteering for Meals on Wheels all thanks to a little nudging from his late wife, Deborah, who he was married to for 50 years. Ron Browning – Meals on Wheels volunteer (CBS 11) “I was retired, and my wife said it would be good for me to do something and give back to the community,” Browning explains. “So she pushed me into it.” He doesn’t just volunteer for Meals on Wheels occasionally. “I work here every day,” Browning says. “So I am here every day helping the drivers get their food together and it is really like a family — it’s really, really nice.” On top of that, he also delivers meals once a week and picks up extra delivery routes when Meals on Wheels is short on volunteers. Ron Browning – Meals on Wheels volunteer...
    Photo credit: Olivier Douliery, AFP via Getty Images. Dean Browning, a former GOP Lehigh County (Pa.) Commissioner posted a very strange tweet on Tuesday afternoon, in which he, a straight white man claimed to be a “black gay man” while bashing Democrats in a reply to his own attack on Joe Biden. And thus an online mystery was born… The obvious demographic disconnect immediately raised eyebrows and prompted suspicion that the “proud pro-life & pro-2A Christian conservative” had mistakenly forgotten he was not logged into a sock puppet account when he replied to a two-day-old tweet from Browning’s verified account. “I’m a black gay guy and I can personally say that Obama did nothing for me, my life only changed a little big and it was for the worse,” Browning’s blue check account tweeted. “Everything is so much better under Trump though. I feel respected — which I never do when democrats are involved [sic].” The absurd and obviously misleading post quickly went viral, and not long after was deleted. Nearly 20 minutes later, Browning returned to Twitter to...
    HOUSTON, Texas -- As the presidential election drags on, with vote counting under the microscope in five key states, Kurt S. Browning watches with a different perspective."I've been there. I've done that. I do not envy them at all. I know exactly what they're going through," said Browning.Browning served twice as Florida's Secretary of State, once under Gov. Charlie Crist, the second time for Gov. Rick Scott. The position oversees the state's elections. Before that post, he served multiple terms as the Supervisor of Elections in Pasco County, which is just north of Tampa, during the infamous 2000 election."I remember standing in the office getting ready to go on a well-deserved weekend because we just finished the election on Tuesday," Browning reminisced. "I was listening to NPR and they reported about a quarter to five that a Florida judge had just ordered recounts for Tuesday's presidential contest and so we had to stop everything. I had to catch people before they left. We had to put teams together and we were recounting ballots the next morning at 10 o'clock."The entire...
    Among the many municipal items on the Denver ballot this November is a measure that would effectively end the Mile High City's three-decade-old prohibition of pit bulls. But while proponents of the concept typically focus their arguments on the general ineffectiveness of breed-specific legislation and how the proposal will not only allow pit-bull owners to emerge from the shadows but give authorities better ways to enhance safety, Teresa Browning has another reason why the ban should go. She says a former domestic partner reported that she was illegally sheltering a pit bull that was actually registered as an approved breed — but because of the Denver law's vague language, she was terrified that the dog would be taken away from her, anyway. "It's something I still worry about," Browning says. "I'm praying that November will end my fear of that happening."Related Stories Here's What Denver Residents Will Be Voting On This Election Denver Campaign to Legalize Pit Bulls Revs Up Cheering, Mourning After Denver Pit Bull Legalization Bill Falls One Vote Short Earlier this year, when Denver City Council...
    BUCHANAN, Ga. (AP) — A west Georgia grand jury declined to indict a superior court judge on misdemeanor battery charges after his wife recanted her accusation. The Times-Georgian of Carrollton reports Haralson County grand jurors on Friday declined to indict Superior Court Judge Meng Lim. Lim had been arrested in July and charged in connection with a Feb. 17 incident. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation said in July that the judge's wife contacted a friend and told her about being hit multiple times by Lim during an argument, also sending her pictures of bruising and scratching. Now, though, Haralson County District Attorney Jack Browning and defense lawyer Bob Rubin say the wife contends it was not her husband that hit her, but Lim's 15-year-old daughter, the wife's stepdaughter. Browning said in a statement that Lim said his only involvement was to break up the fight, and that the judge is unsure how his wife's injuries occurred. Rubin said the daughter “consistently maintained” that her father didn’t strike his wife and that Lim passed a polygraph test when asked whether he...
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