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    More On: anne heche Rosie O’Donnell ‘feeling bad’ for mocking Anne Heche before accident Inside Anne Heche’s former relationship with Ellen DeGeneres Woman whose house Anne Heche crashed into is lucky to be alive: neighbor Anne Heche ‘in a coma’: Star yet to regain consciousness, in ‘critical condition’ after wreck Anne Heche is reportedly being investigated for a felony DUI after crashing her Mini Cooper into a Los Angeles home Friday. The Los Angeles Police Department has escalated their investigation to a felony after a woman claimed she was injured and needed medical assistance following Heche crashing into her home, TMZ reported Wednesday. This new development comes after Page Six confirmed Monday that cops received a warrant to test the actress’ blood to see if she was under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol at the time of the accident. Officers believe Heche, 53, was intoxicated when she crashed her car into two different buildings before it was “engulfed” in flames. She sustained severe burns after the vehicle caught fire. “The info we received this morning was a warrant obtained...
    McCarthy calls for investigation into Garland following FBI raid of Mar-a-Lago
    UPDATE: Authorities on Thursday tentatively identified a man whose body was recovered from a New Jersey river following a police chase. They also officially acknowledged that the incident was being investigated. The announcement follows a story by Daily Voice exploring the circumstances that led to the death of Thadius Wilder, a 35-year-old father of five from Passaic whose body apparently was in the water for two days before it was discovered. Wilder’s body was removed from the Passaic River below Route 21 after kayakers spotted it around 6 p.m. Monday, Aug. 1, City of Passaic Police Chief Luis Guzman said in an official release issued early Thursday evening. Wilder was last seen running from police on the highway around that same time on Saturday, Guzman said, confirming Wednesday's published account. Family members and authorities are still waiting for a positive identification by a New Jersey medical examiner in Newark even though the dead man’s sister provided dental records, closeup images of various scars, birthmarks, tattoos and other distinguishing marks and even a photo of the sneakers that he was wearing...
    UPDATE: Authorities on Thursday tentatively identified a man whose body was recovered from a New Jersey river following a police chase. They also officially acknowledged that the incident was being investigated. The announcement follows a story by Daily Voice exploring the circumstances that led to the death of Thadius Wilder, a 35-year-old father of five from Passaic whose body apparently was in the water for two days before it was discovered. Wilder’s body was removed from the Passaic River below Route 21 after kayakers spotted it around 6 p.m. Monday, Aug. 1, City of Passaic Police Chief Luis Guzman said in an official release issued early Thursday evening. Wilder was last seen running from police on the highway around that same time on Saturday, Guzman said, confirming Wednesday's published account. Family members and authorities are still waiting for a positive identification by a New Jersey medical examiner in Newark even though the dead man’s sister provided dental records, closeup images of various scars, birthmarks, tattoos and other distinguishing marks and even a photo of the sneakers that he was wearing...
    A Capital District firefighter is facing criminal charges for allegedly following a woman inside a Target store and trying to record under her skirt. In Albany County, police in Colonie were called to the Target store on Central Avenue on July 13 with reports that a man was acting strangely and following multiple women around the store. During their investigation, Colonie Police determined that the suspect followed the women while using his cell phone to film or photograph up the skirt of at least one woman, police said. He did so while in the presence of a young child who may have seen what happened, according to police. On Thursday, July 21, police arrested Kevin J. Hart, age 25. After obtaining search warrants, police searched his home and seized several electronic devices to determine whether there are more victims, police said. Hart was arraigned in the Town of Colonie Justice Court on charges of felony unlawful surveillance, along with endangering the welfare of a child and public lewdness, both misdemeanors. He was later released on his own recognizance. According...
    A Cherry Creek High School softball coach has been arrested as part of a child sex crime investigation connected to a Virginia girl who has died by suicide. Paul “Pablo” Severtson, 37, was arrested Wednesday after investigators with the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office Internet Crimes Against Children unit executed a search warrant at his home where evidence was seized, according to a sheriff’s news release. In March, local investigators were contacted by the Hanover County Sheriff’s Office in Virginia about a juvenile girl who died by suicide, the news release said. Through the course of the Virginia investigation, authorities discovered that the girl had been communicating with an individual, identified as Severtson, on social media messaging apps. Through his social media accounts, Severtson passed himself off as someone in his early 20s who was into fitness, according to the sheriff’s office. Investigators allege Severston was attempting to persuade the Virginia girl to send him nude images and videos of herself, “which due to her age, would be considered child sexual abuse material.” Severtson, according to the release, allegedly used three...
    Ivana Trump died at 73 on Thursday  New York attorney general Letitia James agreed to delay the deposition of Donald Trump and his children following the passing of their mother Ivana Trump.  Trump, Ivanka and Don Jr. were all set to testify next week in the New York attorney general's civil investigation into the Trump Organization's business practices.  A June 8 court-ordered agreement had compelled the family to give a deposition beginning Friday, July 15 and concluding the following week. It is not clear when the testimony will now. take place, but the AG's office made it clear the delay was 'temporary.'  'In light of the passing of Ivana Trump yesterday, we received a request from counsel for Donald Trump and his children to adjourn all three depositions, which we have agreed to,' James' communications director Delany Kempner said in a statement. 'This is a temporary delay and the depositions will be rescheduled as soon as possible. There is no other information about dates or otherwise to provide at this time.'  New York attorney general Letitia James agreed to delay...
    (CNN)Hockey Canada has apologized for a lack of action following an alleged sexual assault by members of the Canadian world junior team. In an open letter posted Thursday, the organization said it was reopening an independent investigation after an outcry from fans, families, sponsors and those involved in the alleged incident following a previous two-year review.The governing body acknowledged that the previous process was "not perfect" and had not done enough following a purported 2018 assault of a woman by several members of the junior team in London, Ontario."We know you are angry and disappointed in Hockey Canada -- rightfully so," the open letter states. "We know we have not done enough to address the actions of some members of the 2018 National Junior Team, or to end the culture of toxic behavior within our game."For that we unreservedly apologize."Read MoreHockey Canada says all members of the 2018 team will be required to participate in the new investigation or otherwise be "banned from all Hockey Canada activities and programs effective immediately."The investigation comes two months after Canadian broadcaster TSN reported...
    A 33-year-old Maryland man is dead after being struck by a teen driver in Worcester County, state police announced. Bishopville resident Daniel Hicken died from injuries sustained in a crash shortly after 8 p.m. on Wednesday, July 14, when he was struck in the area of Route 50 and the Harry Kelley Bridge by Levittown, PA resident Anthony Capriotti, Jr, 19, in Worcester County, officials said. The preliminary investigation into the fatal crash found that Hicken was attempting to cross both the westbound and eastbound lanes of Route 50 from the westbound pedestrian walkway on the Harry Kelley Bridge, according to police. While crossing the roadway, Hicken was struck by a 1997 Chevrolet truck driven by Capriotti. It is unclear what caused the crash, investigators said. Hicken was transported to Christiana Hospital, where he was later pronounced dead.  According to investigators, Capriotti remained at the scene after the crash and is cooperating with police, who noted that “charges are pending the outcome of the investigation and consultation with the Worcester County State’s Attorney.” The fatal incident remains under investigation. Anyone...
    Washington (CNN)A member of the US Secret Service Counter Assault Team was detained by the Israeli national police in Jerusalem this week after he allegedly assaulted a woman outside of a bar, a source tells CNN, and the Secret Service says the agent is on his way back to the US.It's unclear how the incident started."Late Monday, the United States Secret Service was informed that an agency employee working in Israel was allegedly involved in a physical encounter. The employee was briefly detained and questioned by Israeli police, who released him without charges. The employee has returned to the United States," the Secret Service said in a statement. "In accordance with agency protocol, his access to Secret Service systems and facilities was suspended pending further investigation."CNN has reached out to the White House for comment.The incident follows a string of high-profile incidents involving the Secret Service. Earlier this year, two Secret Service employees were sent home from South Korea following an altercation with a cab driver and two Korean nationals just as President Joe Biden embarked on his first Asia...
    An alleged drug distributor in Maryland with a lengthy rap sheet is facing a host of new charges after being busted by police investigators selling crack cocaine, officials announced. Wicomico County resident Khadel Monte Gregory, 23, of Salisbury, was arrested following a lengthy investigation into reported sales of controlled dangerous substances (CDS) from an Airport Road residence that spread throughout the region. The Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office Community Action Team (CAT) launched an investigation into Gregory and his operation in June, where there were reports of him selling CDS from the residence. The CAT obtained a search and seizure warrant for the residence during the investigation, according to the sheriff's office, which led to the seizure of: 10.12 grams of crack cocaine; A black Polymer-80 9mm handgun; Ammunition; Digital scale; Packaging material; CDS manufacturing equipment. All of the seized items were located in Gregory’s room, investigators noted. They added that Gregory is prohibited from possessing a firearm due to his previous criminal convictions. Gregory was arrested on an outstanding warrant, the sheriff's office announced on Thursday, July...
    A man and a woman have been hospitalized following a crash at a central Pennsylvania intersection, authorities say.  Northern Lancaster County Regional police were called to a a two vehicle crash at intersecting Lancaster Road/Route 72 and intersecting East Sun Hill Road in Penn Township at 4:47 p.m. on Monday, July 4, according to a release by the department. Through an investigation police determined Kenneth Minnick didn't stop his  2018 Hyundai Accent at a red light in the north lane, slamming into Sara Hunter of Manheim's 2017 BMW in the east lane along Sun Hill Road, according to the police release. Both drivers were taken to an area hospital. The crash remains under investigation. Anyone who may have witnessed the crash is asked to contact Of. Chris Bean at the NLCRPD 717-733-0965.
    A Hudson Valley man was nabbed on child porn charges following an investigation into a fatal motorcycle crash. Cesar Ulloa, age 28, of White Plains, was charged on Friday, July 1, with two counts of possessing obscene sexual performances by a child, following an investigation by the Westchester County Police and the Westchester District Attorney's Office. Ulloa was first arrested by Westchester County Police on Friday, Oct. 22, 2021, after a fatal accident on the Bronx River Parkway in Greenburgh, said Kieran O'Leary, spokesman for the Westchester County Police. The motorcyclist was struck and killed the previous day by a driver who fled the scene. Following an investigation by patrol officers and detectives, Ulloa was charged with leaving the scene of a fatal accident, O'Leary said. After additional investigation, the case was presented to a grand jury by the Westchester County District Attorney’s Office. The grand jury returned an indictment charging Ulloa with manslaughter, and he was arrested on that charge on Thursday, May 12. As part of the investigation into the crash, investigators seized several phones belonging to Ulloa....
    Multiple Southern California fireworks shows have been canceled following a state investigation into the company hired to provide the pyrotechnics. The cities of Lancaster, Palmdale, La Puente and Lynwood were among those forced to cancel or revise their shows after the California State Fire Marshal raided the warehouse of Exposhows Inc. in Kern County this week on suspicion of illegal activity, officials said. “This company had fraudulently contracted with nearly a dozen cities across the state to perform Fourth of July shows ... and now unfortunately those cities are left trying to find other fireworks companies,” chief Mike Richwine of the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection said during a news conference Thursday. Richwine said the company was unlicensed and in possession of fireworks that had counterfeit State Fire Marshal seals, as well as homemade explosives. “We believe they violated at least 15 carious fireworks and explosives laws and regulations,” Richwine said. California Authorities seize 14,000 pounds of illegal fireworks in Azusa The fireworks were being stored at a home and storage facility where $10,000...
    A 47-year-old man was charged following an investigation into the sale of heroin and crack cocaine from a home in Fairfield County. Police executed a search warrant at a home on Huntington Street in Shelton on Wednesday, June 29, following a narcotics investigation, according to Connecticut State Police.  Detectives seized suspected crack cocaine, suspected heroin/fentanyl, and scales and packaging materials from the home, police said.  Police said Mark Danielczuk, who was at the home at the time of the search, was arrested and charged with possession of narcotics with intent to sell. He was released on a $150,000 bond and is scheduled to appear in court on Tuesday, July 12, authorities said. 
    LARIMER COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – The Larimer County Sheriff’s Office arrested Christopher Skyberg, of Evans, on multiple charges of unlawful sexual contact of a child and criminal attempt – sexual assault on a child. Investigators say they investigated Skyberg for about two months. Christopher Skyberg (credit: Larimer County) In late April, deputies say a parent of a 15-year-old girl called them saying Skyberg, 39, emailed and texted the young girl for sexual purposes. Detectives used the girl’s phone to continue the conversations with Skyberg, they say, as if they were the girl. Officials say Skyberg knew of the girl’s age and still pursued her sexually. They eventually scheduled a meetup at a hotel in Windsor on June 23. Skyberg was then arrested. His bond was set at $175,000. Investigators believe there may be more victims. Anyone with information about Skyberg is asked to call Investigator Tyson Russell at 970-498-5154 or Crime Stoppers at 970-221- 6868 where you will remain anonymous and possibly be eligible for a cash reward.
    A "lengthy police investigation" just outside Boston has resulted in the arrest of a man from Lynn on multiple drug trafficking-related charges, authorities said.  Police seized multiple controlled illegal substances from Victor Martinez, age 22, during his arrest on Thursday, June 23, Winthrop Police said.  Some of the items seized included 160 grams of Fentanyl, 22 grams of crack cocaine, $2,500 in cash, a .22 caliber firearm, .45 caliber ammunition and two pistol magazines, police said.  Martinez was was was ordered held without bail pending a dangerousness hearing scheduled for Tuesday, June 28, police added. The investigation is ongoing.
    Following hearing, Rivera defends Commanders’ culture changes originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington   Ron Rivera commended the Commanders’ efforts to change their culture since the start of his tenure as head coach, releasing a statement Wednesday after the House of Representative’s Committee on Oversight and Reform held a hearing to share the results of its investigation into the team’s alleged toxic workplace environment under owner Dan Snyder. “With all due respect to the proceedings, I want to clarify a few things,” Rivera said in a statement attached to a tweet. “When Dan & Tanya Snyder were in the process of hiring me they asked me to do two things. WIN! And help us change our Culture. So to be clear, on January 2, 2020, the day I was hired, we started putting into place tangible protocols in our efforts to correct any inappropriate workplace issues and improve our workplace environment.” The Oversight Committee released a 29-page memo that detailed accusations of Dan Snyder “creating a hostile work environment at the Commanders” and conducting a “shadow investigation” aimed at...
    The House Committee on Oversight and Reform is holding a hearing on the work environment of the Washington Commanders football team following an investigation that found a culture of sexual misconduct and other toxicity. Chairwoman Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) is introducing legislation following the investigation to combat the abuse of nondisclosure agreements. Congress started investigating the team last October after owner Dan Snyder would not release the results of an internal investigation. The hearing will "examine the toxic workplace culture at the Washington Commanders (Commanders), including allegations of sexual harassment, spanning multiple decades," according to the press release. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell will testify. NFL Congress Football Investigation Sexual Harassment Sports News
    (CNN) — WWE boss Vince McMahon has agreed to step back from his responsibilities as chairman and CEO while the wrestling company’s board investigates him for alleged misconduct. In the meantime, his daughter Stephanie McMahon, will serve as interim CEO and interim chairwoman, WWE said in a statement Friday. READ MORE: Nationwide Drug Trafficking, Law Enforcement Impersonation, And Fraud Ring DisruptedMcMahon won’t completely disappear from the company. He will retain his role related to WWE’s creative content while the investigation is ongoing, and will appear as a character during wrestling matches. The company tweeted Friday that McMahon would appear on the company’s Friday night wrestling showcase, “Smackdown,” which airs on Fox. A special committee of the company’s board has started to investigate McMahon. The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday that McMahon paid a secret $3 million settlement to a former employee he allegedly had an affair with. The separation agreement, which was reportedly made in January, prevents the former, unnamed employee “from discussing her relationship with Mr. McMahon or disparaging him,” according to the Journal. “I have pledged my complete cooperation to the investigation by the...
    By Jordan Valinsky, CNN Business WWE boss Vince McMahon has agreed to step back from his responsibilities as chairman and CEO while the wrestling company’s board investigates him for alleged misconduct. In the meantime, his daughter Stephanie McMahon, will serve as interim CEO and interim chairwoman, WWE said in a statement Friday. McMahon won’t completely disappear from the company. He will retain his role related to WWE’s creative content while the investigation is ongoing, and may appear as a character during wrestling matches. A special committee of the company’s board has started to investigate McMahon. The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday that McMahon paid a secret $3 million settlement to a former employee he allegedly had an affair with. The separation agreement, which was reportedly made in January, prevents the former, unnamed employee “from discussing her relationship with Mr. McMahon or disparaging him,” according to the Journal. “I have pledged my complete cooperation to the investigation by the special committee, and I will do everything possible to support the investigation,” McMahon said in the statement. “I have also pledged to...
    New York (CNN Business)WWE boss Vince McMahon has agreed to step back from his responsibilities as chairman and CEO while the wrestling company's board investigates him for alleged misconduct.In the meantime, his daughter Stephanie McMahon, will serve as interim CEO and interim chairwoman, WWE (WWE) said in a statement Friday. McMahon won't completely disappear from the company. He will retain his role related to WWE's creative content while the investigation is ongoing, and may appear as a character during wrestling matches. A special committee of the company's board has started to investigate McMahon. The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday that McMahon paid a secret $3 million settlement to a former employee he allegedly had an affair with. The separation agreement, which was reportedly made in January, prevents the former, unnamed employee "from discussing her relationship with Mr. McMahon or disparaging him," according to the Journal."I have pledged my complete cooperation to the investigation by the special committee, and I will do everything possible to support the investigation," McMahon said in the statement. "I have also pledged to accept the findings...
    Paul J. Richards/Getty Images USA Today deleted 23 articles following an investigation into alleged fabrication by a reporter, the New York Times reported Thursday. Gabriela Miranda, a breaking news reporter, was accused of the fabrication, according to the Times. The last article on her page on the USA Today website is from April 17, and her Twitter account has been deactivated. “The internal investigation, which took place over a period of several weeks, began after USA Today received an inquiry related to the veracity of details in an article by Gabriela Miranda,” wrote Times media reporters Ben Mullin and Katie Robertson. They added that Miranda resigned from USA Today in recent weeks, as the investigation progressed. The Times obtained a draft note that USA Today’s managing editor of standards, ethics and inclusion, Michael McCarter, intends to publish on the publication’s website on Thursday. “After receiving an external correction request, USA Today audited the reporting work of Gabriela Miranda. The audit revealed that some individuals quoted were not affiliated with the organizations claimed and appeared to be fabricated,” stated the note. “The...
    (CNN)Ron Jans, 61, resigned as head coach of FC Cincinnati Monday evening following an investigation by Major League Soccer for allegations that he made "extremely inappropriate comments."The investigation stemmed from a claim Jans used a racial slur in front of players, according to CNN affiliate WCPO. CNN attempted to reach Jans but was unable to find a contact for him."As Major League Soccer's investigation unfolded and some themes emerged, Ron offered his resignation and we agreed that it was the best course of action for everyone involved with FC Cincinnati," club president Jeff Berding said in a statement."We place the utmost importance on a strong culture within our club, beginning in our locker room, and that every person connected with FC Cincinnati feels valued, respected and trusted. Racial and cultural diversity is a major part of what makes the game of soccer so special, and we place the highest priority on respecting every person involved in our game. This includes absolutely everyone associated with our club, from our locker room and front office, all the way through to our fans,"...
    A wanted homicide suspect in Maryland has been captured after an hours-long search in Calvert County. The Calvert County Sheriff's Office announced that Terrance Kenneth Yancey, 22, who is wanted in connection to an alleged homicide on Lyons Creek Road in Dunkirk, has been apprehended. According to the sheriff’s office, investigators were called to the area of Rivershore Drive and Overlook Court in Dunkirk at approximately 6 a.m. on Monday, June 13 to investigate a reported homicide. It is believed that Yancey was implicated in the murder of at least one person, though details of the initial investigation have not been released by officials. At 2:45 a.m. on Tuesday, June 14, a spokesperson for the sheriff's office announced that Yancey was taken into custody in the area of Ashwood Drive in Dunkirk.  The name of Yancey's victim has not been released. Charges have not been announced by the sheriff's office. No other information was released by the sheriff’s office as the investigation continues. This is a developing story. Check Daily Voice for updates.
    A Maryland man is facing charges after allegedly damaging an area residence and assaulting his victim, the St. Mary’s County Sheriff announced. Mechanicsville resident Joshua Tyler Churchwell, 28, was taken into custody this week following an investigation into a reported assault in his hometown. According to a spokesperson from the sheriff’s office, deputies responded to the 26000 block of Laurel Grove Court in Mechanicsville for a reported disturbance on Sunday, June 5. Officials said that the investigation determined that Churchwell allegedly went to his victim’s home, punched through a window screen, and proceeded to strike the victim in the head, causing “visible injury.” Churchwell was arrested without incident following the investigation and charged with second-degree assault and malicious destruction of property. No return court date has been announced.
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Two candidates for the Baltimore City School Board of Commissioners called for a public apology and investigation of the school system after a state audit revealed multiple Baltimore high schools changed more than 12,500 failing grades to passing over a several-year span. Michael Eugene Johnson wants to know the fates of the children who we said were socially promoted through the school system. READ MORE: Western Maryland Mass Shooting Suspect Under Guard, Police Say“Where are these children? he asked. “What are the plans in place to help those that we feel that they have had a crime committed on them?” Rev. Cortly “C.D.” Witherspoon, a community activist and candidate for the board, demanded accountability from Baltimore City Public Schools CEO Dr. Sonja Santelises, referring to allegations in the report that principals and teachers felt pressure from administrators to change grades. “Let me be clear, if you are hired to perform a job, and you do not do it adequately and sufficiently, somebody has to be held responsible and somebody has to be held accountable. Let’s be clear,...
    A recent head-on collision involving two cars sent multiple people to the hospital, authorities said.  Emergency crews responded to the crash in the area of Route 1A by Wenham Lake around 9:20 a.m. on Wednesday, June 8, Wenham Police said.  Initial investigation revealed a 2006 GMC Sierra traveling southbound crossed the center line and hit a 2007 Toyota Corolla head-on, according to police.  The driver of the Corolla had to be pulled from the vehicle and was airlifted to a Boston hospital for treatment.  Meanwhile the four people in the Sierra and passenger in the Corolla were was taken to local hospitals for treatment, police added. The cause of the crash is under investigation. Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 978-468-5500.
    "Business as usual" appears to be a thing of the past where the U.S. Supreme Court is concerned. Following the infamous leak of the court's draft opinion on the possibility of overturning Roe v. Wade, a new analysis is highlighting how the controversial document has caused an implosion within the court. NPR's Nina Totenberg offered an in-depth look at life "behind the scenes" of the Supreme Court. "The atmosphere behind the scenes is so ugly that, as one source put it, 'the place sounds like it's imploding.' She went on to share a public example of the internal problems within the court, citing Justice Clarence Thomas remarks from a speech made a few weeks ago. At the time, Thomas suggested that he "no longer trusts his colleagues." "When you lose that trust, especially in the institution that I'm in, it changes the institution fundamentally," he told a conservative group. "You begin to look over your shoulder. It's like kind of an infidelity that you can explain it but you can't undo it." More specifically, he appeared to imply that he...
    A 72-year-old Fairfield County teacher has been charged with sexual assault for allegedly touching a student inappropriately at an area middle school last year. The incident took place in Westport at Bedford Middle School on Thursday, Jan. 27, said Lt. David Wolf of the Westport Police Department. Following the accusation, in which a student told police that engineering and design teacher Arthur Ellis, age 72, of Westerly, Rhode Island, had inappropriately touched them in December 2021, an extensive investigation began, Wolf said. Following the accusation, Ellis was immediately placed on leave, school officials said. Based on the results of the investigation, a warrant was issued for Ellis's arrest, Wolf added. On the afternoon of Wednesday, April 27, Ellis turned himself in at the Westport Police Department.  Per the warrant, he was charged with sexual assault and risk of injury to a child.  Ellis was released after posting a $100,000 bond.
    Fred Savage has been removed from his roles as executive producer and director of ABC's revived The Wonder Years, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The 45-year-old actor's firing comes amid 'three separate allegations' of inappropriate conduct, which were 'investigated' and led to his dismissal. 'Recently, we were made aware of allegations of inappropriate conduct by Fred Savage, and as is policy, an investigation was launched,' Wonder Years producer 20th Television said in a statement. Disturbing: Fred Savage has been removed from his roles as executive producer and director of ABC's revived The Wonder Years, according to The Hollywood Reporter They continued: 'Upon its completion, the decision was made to terminate his employment as an executive producer and director of The Wonder Years.'  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Kim Kardashian's Marilyn Monroe moment! Reality star... Guns N' Roses drummer Matt Sorum reveals he knocked out Full... Share this article Share Savage is also known for his acting roles in Fox’s The Grinder and Netflix’s Friends From College.  While further details of his misconduct have not...
    FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) — Broward resident Brett Valley was arrested on Wednesday on suspicion of distributing dozens of guns and drugs to known gang members in the County. The Broward Sheriff’s Office Gang Investigations Task Force arrested Valley, 24, of Oakland Park man on several criminal charges, including armed trafficking of oxycodone and the sale, manufacture or delivery of cannabis. (BSO) According to BSO, the investigation began earlier this year after investigators received information regarding crimes Valley is suspected of committing. Using undercover techniques, detectives methodically built a criminal case against Valley, which resulted in his arrest and serving multiple search warrants. As a result of the search warrants, detectives recovered three dozen firearms and drugs including oxycodone, cocaine, ecstasy, cannabis and other narcotics. (BSO) BSO’s Organized Crime Unit participated in the investigation, which is ongoing. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and Homeland Security Investigations also participated in the investigation.
    SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- A person suspected of igniting the massive five-alarm fire that destroyed a Home Depot in San Jose has been arrested, according to authorities.Police will be giving an update today at 11a.m. ABC7 will be streaming the press conference here.Previous story down below.The announcement on Monday comes just days after the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives became involved in the investigation into what caused the devastating blaze.VIDEO: Video shows pets rushed to safety during SJ Home Depot fireEMBED More News Videos The Home Depot fire was also hectic for Wagly, a veterinary hospital and pet campus next door where dozens of animals had to be evacuated in a hurry. District Attorney Jeff Rosen along with the ATF, the San Jose Fire Department, Mayor Sam Liccardo, and the San Jose Police Department will be holding a news conference on Tuesday to release more details about the arrest and the charges against the suspect.The ATF and San Jose Fire have asked that people who were at the Home Depot when the fire started, come forward and...
    By: Mike Darnay/KDKA-TV PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Two days after a mass shooting on Pittsburgh’s North Side, Pittsburgh Police are intensifying their investigation. Two teenagers were killed early Sunday morning when gunfire erupted inside and outside of a residence in the city’s East Allegheny neighborhood — which was rented out via Airbnb. On Tuesday morning, Pittsburgh Police Chief Scott Schubert joined KDKA’s Your Day Pittsburgh to discuss the most recent developments in the investigation.   Schubert spoke about the investigation, speaking about how detectives are continuing to do everything they can to piece together evidence. “Everything helps,” Schubert said regarding the need from the community when it comes to providing photos, videos, and information to police. Schubert also spoke at length about the need for the community to come together to reduce and prevent violence, including getting illegal firearms off of the streets. Stay with KDKA for more on this developing story.
    New York State's No. 2 elected official has been arrested in connection with a campaign-funding scheme during a previous campaign to run for New York City comptroller, federal officials announced. New York Lt. Gov. Brian Benjamin, who has been in the role for less than a year, is facing charges that include bribery, honest services wire fraud, and falsification of records following an investigation into probes from his former campaign. Benjamin - a former state senator from Harlem - joined New York Gov. Kathy Hochul’s administration in September following her ascension into the role following the resignation of former Gov. Andrew Cuomo amid sexual harassment allegations. Officials said that Benjamin surrendered himself into custody at the US Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York in Manhattan on Tuesday, April 12, and is expected to appear in court later in the day to be processed. Benjamin has been under investigation for months after a political donor was indicted on federal charges for alleged concealed contribution to Benjamin’s failed 2021 comptroller campaign. It is alleged that the donor circumvented...
    SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- Firefighters are still working on hot spots at the San Jose Home Depot that burned over the weekend.They are also still looking for a cause -- as some residents who evacuated the area are returning home.Drone View 7 showed how the store is unrecognizable.The fire chased Ryshiem Henderson from his home who got back Monday morning after spending two nights in a hotel."I panicked like anyone. I mean it was right next to my backyard and really looking over my fence. You could really see everything," said Ryshiem Henderson. If you're on the ABC7 News app, click here to watch liveHe stayed until the fire was out- but then was advised by a fire captain to get out of the area for a couple days because of the possible toxins in the air.VIDEO: Massive fire tears through Home Depot in SJEMBED More News VideosFirefighters battled a five-alarm fire at a Home Depot in south San Jose Saturday evening. "I would say the fire department saved my home simply because they were spraying water...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The search for answers continues after Steelers quarterback Dwayne Haskins was struck and killed along an interstate in South Florida over the weekend. There are still a lot of unknown details about the morning Haskins was killed, included why he was walking along a busy interstate. Police say Haskins was struck while attempting to cross Interstate 595’s busy westbound lanes near the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in Broward County. Haskins was hit by a dump truck around 6:30 a.m., leading the highway to be shut down for several hours while police conducted a traffic homicide investigation. RELATED STORIES: Pittsburgh Steelers, NFL And Region Pay Tribute To Dwayne Haskins After His Death Steelers Super Bowl Champion Dwayne Woodruff Recalls Time With Dwyane Haskins ‘Dwayne Haskins Was Elite In Every Way:’ Ohio State Remembers Haskins The Man And Football Player ‘My Heart Just Sunk:’ Steelers Fans React To The Death Of Quarterback Dwayne Haskins Dwayne Haskins, Pittsburgh Steelers QB, Dies At Age 24 Right now, police are working to figure out why he was along the...
    A Hudson Valley drug dealer has been arrested for allegedly selling drugs in the area following an investigation by state police. Michael Knapp, age 37, of Poughkeepsie, was arrested on Friday, April 1, said Trooper AJ Hicks. An investigation found that Knapp illegally possessed and sold buprenorphine and naloxone in the city of Poughkeepsie, Hick said. He was charged with two counts of criminal sale of a controlled substance and two counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance. Knapp had been remanded to the Dutchess County Jail following an unrelated town of Poughkeepsie Police department arrest, Hicks said. He was turned over to the state police for processing and returned to the Dutchess Country Jail pending future court dates.
    (CBS DETROIT) — Clinton Township police say one person is in custody following a child death investigation. Police responded to the Fern Hill Manor condominium in December 2021. After months of investigating, police submitted a warrant request on Wednesday to the Macomb County Prosecutor’s Office. READ MORE: Man Killed, 2 Benton Harbor Officers Wounded During ShootoutCharges were authorized and a suspect was taken into custody without incident. READ MORE: 2 Acquitted, Jury Hung On 2 More In Whitmer Kidnap PlotAn arraignment is scheduled for Friday. No other information has been released at this time. MORE NEWS: Michigan Gov. Whitmer Signs Bill To Speed Pre-Approvals Of Health Care© 2022 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
    One person was airlifted to a nearby hospital after becoming trapped inside their vehicle in a crash on Route 80, authorities said. The crash occurred in the westbound lanes near milepost 16.6 in Allamuchy on the afternoon of Monday, March 28, the local fire department confirmed on social media. The patient was “hastily” extricated from the vehicle by emergency crews who were at the scene within minutes, the department said. Atlantic Air 1 medical helicopter landed at the crash scene to take the patient to a nearby hospital for treatment of unspecified injuries. Meanwhile, the westbound lanes were closed west of exit 19 to Route 517 in Allamuchy for the crash investigation, according to 511NJ. The scene was cleared around 8:30 p.m., the fire department said. Scroll down to view additional photos from the crash scene. The cause of the crash remained under investigation.
    MANCHESTER CITY'S owners City Football Group have agreed a deal to buy their eleventh club. The football powerhouses have agreed to buy Dutch club NAC Breda edging out building contractor Karel Vrolijk following a shareholders investigation. 3City Football Group have agreed to buy Dutch club BredaCredit: GETTY 3They edged out building contractor Karel Vrolijk following a shareholders investigation.Credit: GETTY An official club statement read: "We presented the results of our investigation to the shareholders.  "On that basis, they have chosen to sell their shares to City Football Group.  "All other parties that have applied since the start of the sales process have now been informed and thanked for their efforts. "With City Football Group, which already has a long-term collaboration with NAC, an agreement was reached this week subject to approval by the Supervisory Board, NOAD Foundation, the KNVB and the municipality of Breda.  "With this, the sales process is entering the final phase and the shareholders and City Football Group assume that preparations for the new season can be started in the short term." Breda will become the fifth...
    INGLEWOOD (CBSLA) — Police were dispatched to the scene of a fatal shooting in Inglewood early Sunday morning. The shooting occurred at around 5 a.m. on Warren Lane, and when authorities arrived they found one man dead at the scene. Witnesses in the area claimed that the gunfire was heard near Florence and Prairie Avenues in the area. The victim’s name was withheld pending notification of next of kin. Authorities were searching for a suspect, on whom no additional details were available. Anyone with information on this homicide was asked to call Inglewood police at (310) 412-5246.
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – New video shows the incident that’s led to the resignation of a Miami police officer. It happened outside a gas station along the 1700 block of 7 Street. READ MORE: How To Help The People Of UkraineAn internal investigation found Miami police officer Miguel Hernandez used excessive force while trying to arrest a woman. Hernandez initially approached her for loitering and smoking at the gas station. Body camera video released Monday afternoon shows the interaction between the two was tense from the beginning. The 20-year-old woman physically resisted. And then, when she was in the police car, she spit at the officer. That’s when he pulled her from the car and she hit her face on the pavement. READ MORE: American Airlines Looking To Hire 400 Full-Time Employees In Miami To Work From HomeHernandez resigned and has relinquished his certification as a law enforcement officer. “He’s no longer an officer here in the city of Miami. He’s also been decertified by the state of Florida,” said Rodney Jacobs. The incident is now in front of the city...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – New video shows the incident that’s led to the resignation of a Miami police officer. It happened outside a gas station along the 1700 block of 7 Street. READ MORE: Zyr Vodka Founder Plans To Move Production From Russia To Southwest Miami-DadeAn internal investigation found Miami police officer Miguel Hernandez used excessive force while trying to arrest a woman. Hernandez initially approached her for loitering and smoking at the gas station. READ MORE: CBP: Human Smuggling Operation Brings Large Group Of Haitian Migrants Off Cudjoe KeyBody camera video released Monday afternoon shows the interaction between the two was tense from the beginning. The 20-year-old woman physically resisted. And then, when she was in the police car, she spit at the officer. That’s when he pulled her from the car and she hit her face on the pavement. MORE NEWS: Calling All Pie Lovers: Celebrate National 'Pi' Day With These South Florida DealsHernandez resigned and has relinquished his certification as a law enforcement officer.
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A man is dead after bullets went flying in Pittsburgh’s Homewood neighborhood. When Pittsburgh Police arrived to the area, they tried to save a man in his late 50’s, but it was too late. Officers responded to Kedron Street around 10:00 p.m. on Sunday after receiving a Shotspotter alert for several shots fired. That’s where they found the man suffering after being shot in the head. Officers say they gave him CPR as they waited for medics to arrive, but he was pronounced dead at the scene. BREAKING—->police confirm to KDKA one man died of a gunshot wound to the head on Kedron St. in Homewood. No suspects at the time. More details tomorrow on #KDKA morning news. pic.twitter.com/7LvbTnN4Px — Shelley Bortz KDKA (@KdkaBortz) March 14, 2022 Now, detectives are trying to gather information. “We had some neighbors start to come out after the fact, and obviously we’re still early in the scene processing here, so we’ll probably talk to those neighbors, but at this time, we don’t have anybody that reports seeing anything,” said Richard...
    The Department of the Air Force disciplined eight service members following the conclusion of two concurrent investigations into the Manda Bay attack in Kenya that left three Americans dead. Investigators found that while there was no criminal behavior that created the conditions that allowed the attack to happen, there was a culture of complacency on the base. U.S. Army Spc. Henry Mayfield Jr. and two contractors, Bruce Triplett and Dustin Harrison, were killed. So were five terrorists, but not before they were able to destroy seven aircraft. 'MALARKEY': US DENIES RUSSIAN AND CHINESE CLAIMS OF BIOWEAPON LABS IN UKRAINE “We were not as prepared at Manda Bay as we needed to be,” Gen. Stephen Townsend, the head of Africa Command, said in a video presentation of the findings at the Pentagon Thursday. “For a number of successive years, there was complacent leadership and command and control at the tactical level and poor oversight at the operational level." "Adverse actions have been taken against eight Airmen, and decisions regarding performance evaluations, decorations, unfavorable information files, and control rosters were made," Air...
    On Wednesday, March 2, Christopher Smith, 33, of Lyons, was arrested following a joint drug investigation by the GBI’s Southeastern Regional Drug Enforcement Office (SRDEO), Toombs County Sheriff’s Office, and the Lyons Police Department. During the arrest of Smith, it was discovered that he was in possession of firearms and illegal drugs. A search warrant was executed at Smith’s residence at 254 E. Clifton Avenue, Lot 10, in Lyons, Toombs County, GA, by SRDEO and Lyons Police Department. During the execution of the search warrant, agents seized two long guns, four handguns along with ammunition, a quantity of suspected methamphetamine/ICE, a quantity of suspected crack cocaine, and drug related paraphernalia. Christopher Smith is charged with two counts of Trafficking Methamphetamine, Possession of Methamphetamine with Intent to Distribute, Possession of Crack Cocaine with Intent to Distribute, Possession of Controlled Substance with Intent to Distribute, and Possession of Firearms During Commission of Certain Crimes. Smith was booked into the Toombs County Jail. This investigation was conducted in an effort to make...
    Gary Kremen, a Silicon Valley tech entrepreneur who co-founded Match.com and dropped out of the race for Santa Clara County assessor earlier this week after a controversy involving semi-nude photos of him and his girlfriend being sent to a campaign aide, will step down temporarily as chairman of the Santa Clara Valley Water District. In a statement, Kremen, 58, said late Wednesday night that he will remain on the board of the water district, a government agency based in San Jose that provides drinking water and flood protection to 2 million people in Santa Clara County. But he said effective March 22, he will give up the chairman’s gavel for 60 days so the water district can hire an outside legal firm to look into whether he has ever sexually harassed any members of the water district staff. “These alleged assertions do not relate to the Santa Clara Valley Water District in any way whatsoever,” Kremen said of the photo controversy that derailed his campaign to unseat longtime Santa Clara County Assessor Larry Stone. “However, to provide assurance to the...
    DENVER (CBS4) – After CBS4 Investigates found high radon levels in some Denver public housing units, the Denver Housing Authority is installing radon mitigation systems at the Columbine Homes public housing complex to protect residents. DHA plans to test, and mitigate as needed, every unit in its public housing portfolio over the next two years. Maria Chacón, a retired waitress, is one of the first residents to receive a mitigation system in her unit at Columbine Homes, located in Denver’s Valverde neighborhood off of Alameda Avenue, just to the west of Interstate 25. It was installed in February. “This is going to be a benefit for the entire community,” Chacón said in an interview with CBS4 Investigates translated from Spanish. An aerial photo of Columbine Homes and the Denver city skyline. (credit: Rob McClure, CBS4) What Is Radon? Radon is a radioactive gas that comes up naturally through the ground, but when it gets trapped in your home, it can be inhaled at highly concentrated levels and can cause lung cancer. The EPA says radon exposure is the leading cause of...
    DULUTH, Minn. (WCCO) — Police in Duluth say a woman is critically hurt and a suspect is in custody following a stabbing Wednesday morning. According to Duluth police, officers were dispatched at 5:15 a.m. to a residence on Kenwood Avenue for the report of a stabbing. “Preliminary investigation indicates that the victim and suspect were in a domestic relationship,” police said. The victim was taken to a local hospital in critical condition; the male suspect is in custody while the investigation continues.