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    NEW details are emerging from inside the blood-soaked home where Texas gunman Salvador Ramos shot his grandmother in the face before carrying out the Robb Elementary School massacre. Ramos fled the incident with his grandmother in her pickup truck, crashing the vehicle outside of the elementary school before allegedly barricading himself in a fourth-grade classroom and opening fire. 5Ramos shot his grandmother at the home they shared before heading to Robb Elementary SchoolCredit: AFP - Getty 5Ramos' grandfather, Rolando Reyes, showed the inside of the home where his wife was shotCredit: Twitter/@AliBradleyTV 5Blood remains splattered in the home, Reyes saidCredit: Twitter/@AliBradleyTV 5Celia Gonzalez (pictured) was shot in the face by RamosCredit: Facebook 5Ramos is the alleged gunman in the Robb Elementary massacreCredit: Instagram Ali Bradley, an independent journalist, visited the home where Salvador Ramos gunned down his grandmother, Celia Gonzalez. Ramos' grandfather, Rolando Reyes, showed Bradley inside the home where blood remains splattered. "There's blood all over," he said. "'There was a pool of blood here," Reyes said, adding that the mess was cleaned up by his sister and a friend of...
    A Texas man allegedly killed his wife and then turned the gun on himself in a Christmas morning murder-suicide that left their five young children orphaned. Arsenio Gonzalez, 45, and wife Maria, 42, were found dead on the family's front lawn outside their trailer home in Houston at around 1 a.m. Christmas morning, authorities said.  Their five children, ages ranging from seven to 16 years old, were found inside the trailer home.   Police discovered Maria with significant head trauma and husband Arsenio with a self-inflicted gunshot wound.  The Gonzalez family had gotten back from a function on Christmas Eve when the apparent murder-suicide happened.  Police investigate outside the Houston home Arsenio Gonzalez, 45, who allegedly fatally assaulted his wife Maria, 42, before turning a gun on himself Police are describing the incident as a murder-suicide. The Gonzalez family's five children were all found inside their trailer home RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Daughter's heartbreaking note to mother after watching her... EXCLUSIVE: Foul-mouthed Delta passenger who was arrested for... Share this article Share...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- The number of COVID-19 cases is on the rise here in Chicago and across Illinois.And while delta is still the dominant variant, omicron is here. All of this comes as many of us are preparing to celebrate the holidays with family and friends after skipping many of those gatherings last year."There's no evidence that omicron is more severe than any of the other variants. And the good news is, by and large most kids do well and don't end up in the hospital with a Covid-19 infection, said Dr. Allison Bartlett, a pediatric infectious disease specialist at University of Chicago Medicine's Comer Children's Hospital. "That said, infectious are not without their difficulties. Kids are having to stay home from school, remote learning continues to be a challenge. And so there is definitely an important role here for vaccination to help prevention infection in the kids and to help prevent transmission among others in the community who may be vulnerable."So how can families with children stay safe if they're traveling for the holidays?"I think especially with this what...
    Rep. Anthony Gonzalez (R-OH) bashed former President Donald Trump on Friday after announcing he will abandon the 2022 midterm primary bid against Trump-endorsed candidate Max Miller. Trump is “a cancer for the country,” Gonzalez told the New York Times. “I don’t believe he can ever be president again,” Gonzalez continued. “Most of my political energy will be spent working on that exact goal”: Vendors sell political merchandise before a rally with former President Donald Trump at the Lorain County Fairgrounds on June 26, 2021, in Wellington, Ohio (Scott Olson/Getty Images). Gonzalez, who was among the ten Republicans to vote to impeach Trump and as a result was censured by the Ohio Republican Party, said the Republican Party is “toxic.” “Politically the environment is so toxic, especially in our own party right now,” he said: News: Calling Trump "a cancer for the country," @RepAGonzalez told me today hes not running for re-election His main reason: the strain on his family. But he called todays politics "toxic" Hes first of the 10 pro-impeachment House Rs to retire https://t.co/avS4dW3wjj — Jonathan Martin (@jmartNYT) September 17,...
    Rep. Anthony Gonzalez (R-OH) was one of 10 GOP lawmakers who voted to impeach Donald Trump and has since faced threats to his family.   A two-term Republican House member once deemed a rising star for the GOP announced on Thursday that he won't seek reelection for a third term, citing what he described as former President Donald Trump's "toxic" chokehold on his party. Rep. Anthony Gonzalez (R-OH) — who was one of the 10 GOP lawmakers who voted to impeach Trump for inciting the violent and deadly insurrection at the Capitol on Jan. 6 — told the New York Times that Trump is "a cancer for the country," and that he largely decided to retire because of the threats he faced after his impeachment vote. He described to the New York Times an instance where his family was met by uniformed police officers after getting off a plane at the Cleveland airport thanks to new security measures following his vote to impeach Trump. "That’s one of those moments where you...
    Getty Images/Pool Rep. Anthony Gonzalez (R-OH) will not seek a third term in Congress, citing “the toxic dynamics inside our own party.” The Republican also called former President Donald Trump “a cancer for the country.” Gonzalez drew the ire of Trump earlier this year when he voted to impeach Trump for incitement to insurrection after the January 6 Capitol riot. Trump was acquitted by the Senate, but that did little to soften Trump’s anger towards the Republicans who voted against him. At a rally in Ohio in June, Trump slammed Gonzalez “a grandstanding RINO,” and slammed the representative for voting in favor of “the unhinged, unconstitutional illegal impeachment witch hunt.” Trump added, “He’s a sellout, he’s a fake Republican and a disgrace to your state. He’s not the candidate that you want representing the Republican Party… Every single Republican needs to vote him out of office.” Gonzalez told The New York Times he had an “eye-opening” moment this year when he and his family arrived at the airport in Cleveland, only to be greeted by police officers. They were part...
    Friday night, the Detroit Lions shared video of their team watching Melissa Gonzalez compete in the 400-meter hurdles heat for Colombia at the Tokyo Olympics. Without spectators at the Summer Olympics because of surging Covid-19 cases in Tokyo, Gonzalez’s biggest fan was stateside as he cheered her on. Her biggest fan also happens to be Detroit Lions backup quarterback David Blough. Watching from the Lions video room, Blough and his teammates went epically wild as Gonzalez qualified for the Olympic semifinal round. Whole squad is behind you, Mel ???? pic.twitter.com/rKpNko2KUI — Detroit Lions (@Lions) July 31, 2021 Gonzalez competed in the semifinal Monday morning, an event that featured another NFL connection. The sister of Tampa Bay Buccaneers safety Ross Cockrell was running in the same heat. Just as the Lions did last week, the Bucs shared video of their defensive back rooting for his sister Anna Cockrell. The video room was packed with players cheering her on as she represented the United States in the 400-meter semifinal. Y’ALL GOT ME CRYING IN THE VILLAGE DINING HALL ???????????? https://t.co/e5WfaW9D9u...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — As we countdown to AIDS Walk this weekend, CBS2 is sharing the stories of two New Yorkers who have been living with HIV for decades. One is a loving mother and the other a Broadway star. As CBS2’s Cindy Hsu reported Wednesday, they’re both on a mission to educate the public and foster more understanding when it comes to HIV. Lillibeth Gonzalez is 66 years old and proud of it. She has come a long way from her days as a young model and learning she had contracted HIV from her husband more than 30 years ago. “When I was diagnosed, I was lost. I was devastated. I felt I was going to die,” Gonzalez said. CONTINUING COVERAGE: AIDS Walk New York It was 1990 and Gonzalez was taking about 20 pills a day to fight the virus while raising a young son. She turned to Gay Men’s Health Crisis for help. It was the world’s first HIV/AIDS service organization and it helps anyone living with or affected by the virus. She became an intern, a volunteer,...
    Body camera footage shows Alameda Police Department officers pin 26-year-old Mario Gonzalez to the ground during an arrest on April 19. Alameda Police Department via AP The family of a man who died after police pinned him to the ground is comparing his death to George Floyd's. Police initially said Mario Gonzalez, of California, died after a "medical emergency," similar to Floyd's case. Body camera footage shows a few key differences in the way officers treated Gonzalez compared to Floyd. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The family of a California man who died on April 19 after police pinned him to the ground for five minutes is comparing his death to George Floyd's. Alameda, California police initially said in a press release that "a physical altercation ensued" when they tried to detain a man and "at that time, the man had a medical emergency." The family of Mario Gonzalez, 26, says body camera footage of the incident shows police used excessive force on him. Facebook Icon The letter F. Follow Insider on Facebook "The police killed...
    Police body camera footage from Alex Gonzalez's death. Austin Police Department The Austin Police Department released body camera footage of the fatal shooting of Alex Gonzalez, who was killed by an officer in January. Gonzalez's girlfriend and child were in the car when the shooting happened in the early morning of January 5. Facebook Icon The letter F. Follow Insider on Facebook Police said in January that the shooting happened after what appeared to be a possible road rage incident. Austin Police Chief Brian Manley told KXAN in January that Gonzalez cut off an off-duty police officer then pointed a gun at him. The off-duty officer called 911 and Gonzalez was fatally shot by on-duty officers who responded to the scene. This is a developing story. Please check back for more updates.
    New bodycam footage shows California cops kneeling on the back of a gasping 26 year-old father whose family say died in the same way as George Floyd. Mario Gonzalez died on April 19 after Alameda police officers tried to restrain him while responding to multiple police calls.  His brother Gerardo Gonzalez called police actions 'unnecessary and unprofessional' at a press conference on Tuesday, after officials released nearly an hour of 911 calls and body camera footage that shows officers responding, KNTV reported. 'Everything we saw in that video was unnecessary and unprofessional. The police killed my brother in the same manner that they killed George Floyd,' he said. Cops said that they were called to the 800 block of Oak Street around 10.45am that morning when a scuffle ensued and 'Mario had a medical emergency,' the outlet reported. Officers attempted lifesaving procedures and Gonzalez was taken to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead after body camera footage showed that he had lost his pulse at the scene.  Cops said that they do not know what caused his alleged 'medical emergency' and...
    Mario Gonzalez had just escaped Young's Asian Massage Parlor where a gunman opened fire Tuesday and was greeted by police who placed him in handcuffs - as he pleaded for information about his dying wife who was still inside, his niece told DailyMail.com. 'He was in the handcuffs for like two hours because they thought it might be him,' Jessica Gonzalez, 20, said, recalling conversations with her uncle who was at the spa with his wife Delaina Gonzalez to get massages. 'He's very upset and angry about that. He was handcuffed for something he didn't do. I think it was a racial thing. He was the only one left in handcuffs.' 'He kept asking, ''Where's my wife? Where's my wife?'' and nobody would give him an answer,' the niece added. 'He didn't get any answers until a couple hours later.' Mario Gonzalez  and his wife Delaina were in separate rooms waiting for massages at Young's Asian Massage Parlor when gunshots rang out Tuesday Mario is seen sitting on the sidewalk in handcuffs, as his wife lay dying inside....
    Jose Gonzalez fights using the family nickname, “Chocolatito.” He has famous boxing cousins, but he’s looking to make a name for himself. Roman “Chocolatito” Gonzalez has a big rematch on Saturday, March 13 against Juan Francisco Estrada, but he’s not the only family member repping the Chocolatito nickname. His younger cousin Jose Gonzalez goes by Chocolatitio too and is an undefeated boxer on the rise. Gonzalez won the WBC Latino junior featherweight title against Luis Millan in February and is looking to have an active 2021. He wants to fight as much as possible to be the next family member to win a world title. Gonzalez works at the New York Stock Exchange as a clerk for his sponsor, Trade Zero, to keep his dream alive. His days are pretty full from his time on the exchange floor and in the ring. “I wake up, and I go to the stock exchange,” said Gonzalez. “I work 9 a.m. to 12:30-1 p.m. And then I’ll go to the gym, and I just train from there.” Gonzalez witnessed the possibilities of hard...
    A homeless woman found on the streets of Mexico is claiming to be an American who has been missing since she was feared kidnapped 27 years ago in Texas. The homeless woman identified herself as Jane McDonald-Crone after she was found resting under a blanket in the streets of the city of Monterrey in the Mexican state of Nuevo Leon earlier this month. She came to the attention of Abraham Gonzalez, who has been helping homeless people in the area by giving them food and other necessities. Jane McDonald-Crone went missing in November 1993 after leaving her workplace in Magnolia, Texas. Her car was recovered near her home days later. The FBI, which is still appealing for information about her, said at the time it was feared she had been kidnapped.  The homeless woman, pictured above, identified herself as Jane McDonald-Crone after she was found resting under a blanket in the streets of the city of Monterrey Jane McDonald-Crone went missing in Novmeber 1993 after leaving her work in Magnolia, Texas McDonald-Crone's car was found near her...
    100M more J&J vaccine doses give US maximum flexibility; Texas reopens at 100%; House passes stimulus bill: Todays COVID-19 updates Money for colleges, libraries and clubs: 10 things you might not know are in Bidens COVID-19 relief package Roman Gonzalez is playing with house money, so to speak. © Provided by Boxing Junkie The mighty little Nicaraguan will be a first-ballot Hall of Famer regardless of what happens on Saturday, when “Chocolatito” will face Juan Francisco Estrada in a rematch of their 2012 fight, which a prime Gonzalez won by a unanimous decision. A victory would complete a remarkable comeback for Gonazlez, who lost back-to-back fights to Srisaket Sor Rungvisai in 2017, but he has nothing prove 15-plus years into a remarkable career. Gonzalez (50-2, 41 KOs) was a disciple of his great countryman Alexis Arguello, who was his friend and mentor – along with longtime trainer Arnulfo Obando — in the years before the boxing legend’s untimely death in 2009. And, naturally, it didn’t take long before people began to compare the student to the teacher. Gonzalez had...
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