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    EMTs desperately attempted to revive rapper Coolio for 45 minutes after his body was found in a downtown LA home on Wednesday. But their attempts were ultimately unsuccessful, and the 59 year-old Gangsta's Paradise rapper was pronounced dead shortly after.  Devastated fans have since highlighted the singer's lifelong asthma as a possible cause of death. Coolio - whose real name was Artis Leon Ivey Jr - was regularly seen puffing on an inhaler at gigs, although his friend and longtime manager, Jarez, claims he died of a heart attack A cause of death has not yet been confirmed by a medical examiner.   On the day of his death, Coolio had reportedly gone to the bathroom at a friend's house, but did not emerge for a long time. That prompted the friend to investigate. Coolio was laying on the bathroom floor unresponsive when he was found. The friend called emergency services and EMTs quickly responded but found no signs of life. Gone too soon: The musician - famous for his hit song Gangsta's Paradise - was visiting a friend on Wednesday...
    A reportedly notoriously unreliable property management company is once again making headlines after demanding an elderly woman vacate her home of 25 years, leaving her and her dog to fend for herself, as gathered in an exclusive report with Daily Voice. The 80-year-old whistleblower received a sudden notice for her and her dog to vacate their home of 25 years with no explanation after Schweb Management took over Quincy Village apartments in Bladensburg in March 2022. "They stripped me of everything. I've been a good tenant and they took all my memories of my sisters, my good memories, and I can never get that back. I can never get back what they did to me emotionally or physically", says the anonymous tenant, fearful that revealing her identity may lead to retaliation.  "You do everything right, you pay your rent on time, you don't have any issues, you're a good tenant, and it doesn't really mean much," the woman continued. "They robbed me of a lifetime of memories". Schweb Management previously made headlines in July after nearly 50 families in Laurel...
    Investigators say Fadairo confessed to the police and said Essien had owed him money, but Essien's wife told KHOU the father of three had been trying to help Fadairo with money and jobs for years. She said they had been friends for three decades and had gone to high school together. "He was very selfless. He put everybody else above himself," said Court documents said Fadairo was charged with two counts of murder. The suspect's attorney told reporters that he did not know the 2-year-old boy was in the car when he stole it. Fadairo was also charged with tampering with evidence because police said that he tried to delete cellphone messages related to the crime. A GoFundMe campaign has been created for the family of the victims. Here's more about the heinous incident: No bond for Bolanie Fadairo in murders of lifelong friend, toddler www.youtube.com
    YouTube Brittany Hoopes WARNING SPOILERS AHEAD: DO NOT READ IF YOU DO NOT WANT TO READ SPOILERS! If you’ve been watching the live feeds, you know that Brittany Hoopes will likely be leaving the “Big Brother” house tonight. The hypnotherapist’s game currently rests in the hands of Monte Taylor, who has the sole vote to evict. Over the past few days, Brittany has tried to convince Monte that keeping her in the game is in his best interest. But after her attempts to save herself were unsuccessful, Brittany began to resent Monte. Brittany expressed her frustration in a conversation with Taylor Hale captured on the 24/hour live feeds.Brittany Says Monte Didn’t Play a Great Game Im really enjoying Brittany’s vengeful side.. #BB24 pic.twitter.com/y3X1aFo4L4 — Myriam ???? (@maximusmom13) September 20, 2022 LIVE FEED RECAP: Brittany had a lot to say about Monte on the live feeds this week. In a conversation with Taylor Hale, Brittany revealed that she didn’t think Monte played a good game. “I don’t even think he has played that great of a game,” she said....
    Getty New York Jets quarterback Zach Wilson gets some rehab work in before Week 2. Don’t you just love the NYC media? There are rarely ever conservative sports takes in New York Jets land — it’s always one extreme or the other and that goes double for the quarterback position. The Jets have not had a true franchise QB since Chad Pennington, or maybe even Ken O’Brien depending on how you define the term. 2021 No. 2 overall pick Zach Wilson could buck that trend. He could also become the next failed signal-caller in a long line of busts. That uncertainty tends to drive Jet fans to say and do crazy things — like back the same 37-year-old gunslinger that they wanted to bench the week before. And that’s exactly the type of chatter that we’ve heard from certain NYJ diehards as we head into Week 3.Joe Benigno Turns Team Flacco After Browns Comeback Play Joe Benigno Talks Jets Big Win & Joe Flacco | Tiki & TierneySubscribe for the latest New York sports news & videos!! ???? LISTEN...
    Halle Bailey admits she felt under 'pressure' to do the best possible job after taking on the iconic role of Ariel in an upcoming live-action remake of The Little Mermaid.  The actress, 22, has been a lifelong fan of the 1989 Disney original - based on Hans Christian Andersen's Danish fairytale - and didn't want to disappoint fans with her portrayal of the redheaded mermaid. She told E! News: 'I definitely think that because I love this movie so much, and I've treasured it since I was a little girl, I did put a bit of pressure on myself.   'Just because I want to deliver all of the feels that I saw when I was a little girl.'  Under pressure: Halle Bailey has revealed the 'pressure' she felt taking on the iconic role of The Little Mermaid's Ariel in the upcoming live-action remake The actress also insisted that she gave her '110% percent' to the film and is proud of herself and her performance in the forthcoming adaptation.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Viola Davis is the epitome...
    Burning Man’s annual gathering in the Nevada desert has never been easy on people’s lungs. The fine dust and sand coats every surface and enters every crevice, often causing respiratory symptoms attendees refer to as “playa lung.” But COVID was also present on the playa this year, and just how much is just becoming clear now, as the cleanup begins. Many of those dusty revelers who returned over the past week from the festival, which officially ended on Labor Day, are discovering their sore throats and slight coughs are not just the the normal symptoms after a particularly hot and dusty week of partying — it is also COVID in many cases. “The party is over, and now the cleanup has begun,” said Dan Abbott, a former Bay Area resident and long-time Burning Man participant, “and people are getting sick.” There are no official numbers on how many festivalgoers became infected. But many attendees have posted on Twitter and Reddit that they tested positive during the exodus, or a few days after getting home. Some left early after testing positive,...
    By Danica Kirka, Jill Lawless and Sylvia Hui | Associated Press LONDON — King Charles III vowed in his first speech to the nation as monarch Friday to carry on Queen Elizabeth II’s “lifelong service,” as Britain entered a new age under a new sovereign. Around the world, the queen’s exceptional reign was commemorated, celebrated and debated. Charles, who spent much of his 73 years preparing for the role of king, addressed a nation grieving the only British monarch most people alive today had ever known. He takes the throne in an era of uncertainty for both his country and the monarchy itself. He spoke of his “profound sorrow” over the death of his mother, calling her an inspiration. “That promise of lifelong service I renew to all today,” he said in the recorded, 9 1/2-minute address, delivered with a framed photo of the queen on a desk in front of him. “As the queen herself did with such unswerving devotion, I, too, now solemnly pledge myself, throughout the remaining time God grants me, to uphold the constitutional principles at...
    Lifelong Morris County resident and faithful church deaconess Shanell Renee Henderson died unexpectedly on Sunday, Aug. 14. She was 39. Born in Morristown, Shanell was a “miracle child” who suffered health issues as an infant and was given a two percent chance at survival, her obituary says. “Thirty-nine years later, she exemplified the sufficiency of God’s grace and mercy,” reads her memorial. Shanell graduated from Morristown High School in 2001 before briefly attending The Chubb Institute in East Hanover. She was also a faithful member and singer in the choir at Union Baptist Church in Morristown before becoming a Junior Deaconess at the Faith Tabernacle Baptist Church, according to her obituary. Shanell worked in the customer service industry with experience at stores like Shop Rite, Food Town, and Walmart. She most recently worked as an assistant manager at Walmart until she developed health issues, her memorial says. Shanell was known for her exemplary leadership skills and incredibly generous personality. She was described as a “people person” with a kind and empathic soul. “She knew how to make others feel important...
    andresr | E+ | Getty Images Medicare may seem like a maze when you first try to navigate it. After all, there are different "parts" to the federal health insurance program, which provides coverage for about 56.5 million individuals in the 65-and-older crowd. And, whether you're reaching the eligibility age of 65 or you are older and switching from workplace insurance to Medicare, there are some important factors to consider that affect your wallet. First, however, it's worth knowing the basics: Original Medicare consists of Part A (hospital coverage) and Part B (outpatient care). More from Investor Toolkit:3 tips for paying down your credit card balancesDemocrats call for action on Social Security reformInvestors are flocking to green energy funds Some beneficiaries choose to get those benefits delivered through an Advantage Plan (Part C), which typically includes prescription drug coverage (Part D). Others stick with original or basic Medicare and, possibly, pair it with a standalone Part D plan and a so-called Medigap policy. Here are three key things to be aware of as you prepare to enroll.1. It's going to...
    HGTV/YouTube HGTV‘s Erin Napier has struck a nerve with fans, posting an emotional and spiritual revelation about her lifelong struggle with wanting to “be so many things.” The mom of two, who co-hosts the hit show “Home Town” with husband Ben, recently revealed that she’s been thinking about life after TV, excited to pursue other passions and spend more time with her kids. But in a new Instagram post, the mom of four-year-old Helen and one-year-old Mae admitted that doing everything she wants to do may not be possible.Napier Says Watching Daughter Helen Has Inspired Her Reflections View this post on Instagram A post shared by Erin Napier (@erinapier) In an Instagram post on August 19, 2022, Napier shared a photo of preschooler Helen visiting the Van Gogh Experience in New Orleans, an immersive exhibit in which visitors can feel like they’re stepping into the famous artist’s classic works. “It made her want to be an artist,” Napier shared, “but she’s also a ballerina and trapeze artist and leopard and cook and decorator. She is me as...
    (CNN)Life would be much more simple with a few directions. A status bar, for instance, to remind you to take care of yourself. Perhaps a few clues about other people's intentions. Oh, and it wouldn't hurt to have a place to experiment with it all, free from real-world consequences and the awkwardness of choices gone wrong. Pixel by pixel, life-simulation game "The Sims" has been providing that experience for more than 20 years. Since its first release in 2000, "The Sims" has become one of the best-selling PC games in the world. Time has not dulled its shine, either. "Sims" creators on Twitch and YouTube put the game through its paces, building complex houses and trying absurd challenges like having as many babies as possible or subjecting their Sims to Kafka-esque psychological tortures (all in good fun, of course). Some pioneering "Sims" creators even role play on Instagram, displaying picture-perfect Sim lives for their other Sim friends to praise and envy. But "The Sims" is also a haven for neurodiverse players, some of whom grew up with the game and...
    Lifelong Sussex County resident and devoted father John F. Glennen died unexpectedly at his home on Friday, August 5. He was 46. Born in Port Jervis, NY, John grew up in the Sussex-Wantage area, where he attended High Point Regional High School, his obituary and social media pages say. John had worked for several years as a flooring journeyman for Johnny B’s Floor Covering in Toms River, his memorial says. John was remembered as a kind and caring soul who was always willing to lend a helping hand to those in need. Above all, John was a devoted father to his loving daughters, Destiny Rose Glennen and Krysta Dziados. In addition to his daughters, John leaves behind his mother, Katherine (Wilson) Glennen; his brothers, Thomas “Tucker” Glennen, Jr. and Thomas E. Storms; his former fiancé, Aja (Beck) Lairson; his cousins, LeeAnn Read, Jimmy and Tammy LaBar and Cindy Read and Bobby Read, and Jessica Yanish; his niece, Kelsey Glennen; as well as numerous extended family members and close friends. John’s funeral was held at Pinkel Funeral Home in Sussex on Thursday,...
    Australian singer Judith Durham of folk group The Seekers has died aged 79. The songstress passed away on Friday night following a long battle with chronic lung disease. She had been in palliative care at the Alfred Hospital before her death from complications with the disease. Durham, born in 1943 in Melbourne, gained international fame with upbeat hits like Georgy Girl and a series of covers and collaborations with the likes of Paul Simon.  Her Seekers bandmates Keith Potger, Bruce Woodley, and Athol Guy called her a 'lifelong friend' in a shared statement. 'Our lives are changed forever losing our treasured lifelong friend and shining star,' they said. 'Her struggle was intense and heroic - never complaining of her destiny and fully accepting its conclusion. Her magnificent musical legacy Keith, Bruce and [Athol] are so blessed to share.' Australian singer Judith Durham of folk group The Seekers has died aged 79. Judith pictured performing in 2013 Folk-pop legends The Seekers are pictured in 1964. The group are best known for their hits like I'll Never Find Another You and Georgy Girl A...
    A lifelong Hudson Valley resident who died at the age of 31 is being remembered for his ability to make others laugh. Dutchess County native Timothy Flynn, of Hopewell Junction, died Monday, July 25, according to his obituary. A cause of death was not listed. Born in Carmel to parents Dennis and Anna, Flynn grew up in Hopewell Junction and enjoyed spending his free time outdoors, his memorial said. He could often be found hiking, fishing, biking, and taking long walks in the woods, appreciating nature. Flynn worked as a mechanic for Lamothermic Corp., based in Brewster, his obituary said. “Tim will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him,” reads his memorial. “His sense of humor and uncontrollable laughter could light up a room. He genuinely loved making people laugh, and his innate ability to put a smile on your face will never be forgotten.” In addition to his parents, Flynn is survived by his sister, Megan Marshall; his paternal grandfather, John Flynn; and many uncles, aunts, and cousins, his obituary said. A visitation will be...
    BENNI MCCARTHY is reportedly on the brink of Manchester United as a first-team coach. New Red Devils boss Erik ten Hag has been taking his time finalising his backroom staff following his appointment as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's permanent successor. 3Erik ten Hag has been taking his time finalising his Manchester United backroom staffCredit: Getty 3And the Dutchman is set to appoint Benni McCarthy as first-team coachCredit: GETTY 3McCarthy scored a brace against the Red Devils in 2004Credit: AP And the Dutchman has opted to add McCarthy - who was most recently in charge of South African side Cape Town City and Amazulu - to his coach staff. That's according to The Athletic, who claim the former Blackburn and Porto striker's appointment is imminent. McCarthy is no stranger to United and Old Trafford having played against them in Porto's memorable Champions League triumph in 2004. The 44-year-old scored a brace in the first leg of their last-16 tie at the Estadio Dragao. But it was a bittersweet feeling for the striker - who is a lifelong Red Devils fan. He said:...
    Friends and loved ones are mourning the death of beloved Fairfield County preschool teacher, Emily Griffin. The lifelong Ridgefield resident died Thursday, July 21, at the age of 28 following a long illness, according to her obituary.  “It is with a heavy heart that I must advise my Facebook friends that my beloved daughter Emily Nora Griffin passed away this evening after a long and difficult illness,” Griffin’s father, Tim, wrote on Facebook. “She was a fighter to the end. She was an angel on earth. Kind and loving to all. God has called her home.” After graduating from Ridgefield High School, Griffin headed out west to Arizona for college. While there, she spent several years as a caretaker for vulnerable patients during their end of life moments, “helping them to pass in peace,” her obituary said. Griffin returned to Ridgefield after graduating from college and began working at Cadence Academy Preschool, located on Barlow Mountain Road. “Emily spent her life loving and helping children in need,” reads her obituary. According to family, Griffin was fascinated with the night...
    LOCAL hero and lifelong Rams fan David Clowes finally completed his takeover of Derby County to end nine months of administration misery. Then he delivered an open letter to relieved Rams fans admitting he couldn't stand by and watch the club he loves die. 2David Clowes has completed his takeover of Derby CountyCredit: Derby Telegraph 2Wayne Rooney left Derby last weekCredit: PA The 53-year-old property tycoon now owns the League One club and Pride Park as well as providing the life-saving loan which means interim boss Liam Rosenior can start recruiting players under strict EFL regulations, as the club's transfer ban was partially lifted. Clowes confessed he would rather have avoided the limelight but felt he had to act when American Chris Kirchener's proposed takeover collapsed. "As a lifelong supporter, I could not stand by as the risk of losing Derby County became all too real," he wrote after ending Derby's agony after 282 days in administration. "I could not have looked myself in the mirror if I had not done everything possible to protect it. Read More in FootballNEYCASTLE?...
    Support is skyrocketing for the heartbroken family of lifelong Morris County resident Anthony “AJ” Dragona following his sudden death on Monday, June 20 at the age of 26. Born in Morristown, AJ grew up in Lake Shawnee, where he lived his entire life, his obituary says. AJ attended the County College of Morris and had worked at the Whiskey Cafe, his social media page says. He leaves behind his loving parents, Anthony and Maureen (nee Szeleski) Dragona; a brother; Nicholas Dragona; his dog, Ruthie; as well as countless close friends. Meanwhile, nearly $21,500 had been raised on GoFundMe for AJ’s final expenses, putting the family more than $6,000 above the campaign’s initial $15,000 goal in just three days. “There are not enough words to describe the amazing man that A.J. Dragona was,” reads the fundraiser, launched by Michele Poquette. “He was infectious. From his smile, his laugh, his personality, and most importantly his big heart, A.J. touched the lives of so many.” The fundraiser also describes AJ as a “lover of life and adventure” and a “friend to all.”...
    Lifelong Hunterdon County resident Sarah E. Henschel died suddenly on Wednesday, June 8 at the age of 28. Born in Flemington, Sarah grew up in Whitehouse Station and graduated from Hunterdon Central High School, her obituary says. Sarah then went on to graduate from Raritan Valley Community College in Branchburg before attending Philadelphia University, now known as Thomas Jefferson College, according to her memorial. Sarah loved writing and studying communications and was remembered for bringing endless joy and laughter to those around her. She also had a special bond with her mother, Jackie” Jacqueline Rodzinski, with whom she shared a birthday of April 27. In addition to her mother, Sarah leaves behind her loving father, Thomas J. Henschel; brother, Gregory Henschel; dog; Snowzie, as well as several extended family members and dear friends. Sarah’s celebration of life will be held at Countryside Funeral Home in Three Bridges on Saturday, June 25. “Sarah was beautiful, kind, generous, and full of spirit,” reads one of several tributes on Sarah’s obituary. “She was a delight to be with. She went out of...
    A lifetime Hudson Valley resident and owner of a local business has died at the age of 55. Putnam County resident William Henry Jr. died on Wednesday, June 15, according to his obituary. Henry was born in Carmel and was a lifelong resident of Brewster.  He graduated from Brewster High School and went on to work at Raichle in Brewster, his obituary said.  Henry later opened Bill Henry Tree Service Inc., serving Northern Westchester, Dutchess, and Putnam counties for more than 30 years, his obituary said. "Bill had many passions including traveling, boating, water-skiing, and deep-sea fishing in Florida," his obituary said. "But above all, he loved being able to spend time with his family and friends eating, laughing, and wise-cracking." He is survived by his wife, Kimberly, his children, Nichole and Matthew, his parents, Bill Sr. and Nancy, and his siblings, Patricia and Michael.  A mass of Christian burial was set for Wednesday, June 22, at St. Lawrence O’Toole Church in Brewster, his obituary said..
    PITTSBURGH — Joc Pederson has played in four World Series. He’s attended a Super Bowl. The Palo Alto kid turned Giants slugger remembers celebrating San Francisco’s 2010 title on Market Street and watching the “We Believe” Warriors at Oracle Arena. But until Thursday night, Pederson had never been to an NBA Finals game. He picked a good one to make his first. Pederson had a courtside view inside TD Garden to watch the Warriors win their fourth championship in eight years. “It was a treat to be able to see such an accomplishment by the team but really the four — Steph, Klay, Draymond and Andre Iguodala — the dynasty they created, it’s incredible,” Pederson said. “To see the emotion after the game and celebration it just shows how much goes into it. They’re never satisfied.” Joc Pederson is at the game ???? pic.twitter.com/lh5YOpunG2 — KNBR (@KNBR) June 17, 2022 Pederson, who also attended the Warriors’ Western Conference clincher, came into the tickets through a mutual friend he shares with Draymond Green. (They all own vacation homes in the...
    Young girls in America are going through puberty at earlier ages than before, and while the causes are still in question, some experts fear this could have negative effects on young women's health later in life - both mentally and physically. The average age of puberty in the U.S. has dropped from the typical, biologically recognized, age of 12, to 10 for females. Black and Hispanic girls in particular are going through puberty around year earlier on average. Experts tell DailyMail.com that America's growing obesity crisis could be the root cause, blaming poor diets for pushing up puberty. Others think it could be caused by violent childhoods, and there is also the theory that it is linked to imbalance of certain hormones.  There are also the negative long-term downsides, like an association between early puberty and developing cancer - which remains unexplained for now - and the traumatic experiences caused by a young girl growing up just a little too quickly.  The phenomena was first detected by Dr Marcia Herman-Giddens, a public health expert at the University of North Carolina,...
    A voice had echoed through Leann Toomey’s head for 14 years, more than half her life. Toomey began to hear it within days of her arrival on the University of California campus in the fall of 2004 ready to fulfill her dream of swimming for the Golden Bears’ world renowned head coach Teri McKeever. Before long, it seemed like the voice was all she heard, in person at first: McKeever berating her, bullying her, Toomey alleged. at practice, at competitions, in meetings. And then she heard it all the time — an endless 24/7 loop of McKeever’s f-bombs, body shaming, the deeply personal mocking, taunting, belittling, screaming, threatening, the soundtrack of the nightmare that kept her up most nights dreading the next morning’s practice. Toomey heard it at the pool. She heard it and its cold indifference, Toomey said, after she was raped. She heard it when she struggled. She heard it even as she earned NCAA All-American honors. And she heard it on the way to practice or class as she wondered if she should just step in front...
    by Kyle Hooten   A longtime friend and lifelong confidant of the late Rep. Jim Hagedorn says he never wanted Hagedorn’s widow to campaign for Hagedorn’s seat. Hagedorn was married to former Minnesota GOP chair and current congressional candidate Jennifer Carnahan who hopes to fill his seat in DC after his unfortunate passing earlier this year. However, a close friend of the departed congressman now alleges that his friend wouldn’t have wanted this. Paul Mugan reached out to Alpha News recently with a simple message: “Jim never endorsed her.” “Jim spoke to me as long as he physically could before he passed,” Mugan said. “Jim had been dying for two years fighting the worst of cancers. I know what he did and didn’t do, and there is a reason there is no real-time endorsement of her, because it never happened.” Mugan is not alone in making this observation. He noted that “Jim told many others [Carnahan] was not his choice to succeed him.” Alpha News has independently identified another close Hagedorn confidant who also saya the congressman never wanted his wife...
    My reaction to news of the mass shooting in Buffalo, N.Y., was more than emotional; my heart raced and my stomach churned. My hands are shaking as I write this nearly a week later. My first thought, in the moment after I heard about the attack, was the same as it always is after every mass shooting: Dear God, please don’t let the shooter be Black. Because in the eyes of white America — consciously or not — the rest of us would be held to account. The air cleared as the truth came out — a hate-filled young white supremacist, prosecutors say, had meticulously planned to annihilate as many Black people as he could while they shopped for groceries on a Saturday afternoon. Ten people died — all of them Black — and three were hospitalized. As irrational as it seems, I felt a brief flash of relief; the shooter allegedly was, once again, a white man beholden to hate and enamored with guns, whose carnage would be his legacy. But that relief was instantly dispatched by blinding...
    GRAMERCY PARK, Manhattan (WABC) -- A lifelong New Yorker celebrated a birthday milestone over the weekend.Robert E. Gross was surrounded by family and friends Sunday as they celebrated his 102nd birthday in Gramercy Park.Ross was born and raised in Manhattan.The father of two has three grandchildren and two great grandchildren.Before retiring, Gross owned a successful pawn shop across the street from Madison Square Garden.He is the last surviving alumnus from the class of 1942 from Franklin and Marshall College in Pennsylvania.The love of his life, Evelyn Kitay, passed away last year at the age of 101.ALSO READ | Man reunited with doctor, officers who saved his life at airportEMBED More News Videos Scott Williams has been counting and re-counting his blessings - three blessings to be exact. ----------* Get Eyewitness News Delivered * More Manhattan news* Send us a news tip* Download the abc7NY app for breaking news alerts * Follow us on YouTube Submit a News Tip
    Lifelong Parsippany resident and beloved friend Vincent A. “Vinny” Natoli died unexpectedly on Sunday, May 8. He was 25. Born in Livingston, Vinny was known for his love of sports, especially the New York Giants and New York Yankees, his obituary says. Vinny was remembered as a one-of-a-kind soul and a dear friend to all. Vinny leaves behind his loving parents, Ronald A. Natoli and Michele T. (nee-Turner) Natoli; his sister, Rachel M. Natoli; his stepmother, Diane Jacobs; his paternal grandparents, Ronald and Marie Natoli; his maternal grandmother, Judy D’Amelio-Turner; his aunt and uncle, Billy and Lauren Turner and Melissa and David Fraga; his cousins, Justin, William, Cameron, Katie Rose, Brielle and Nicholas; his beloved dog, Daisy; as well as several extended family members and close friends. Meanwhile, more than $12,200 had been raised on GoFundMe for Vinny’s funeral expenses as of Friday. “There comes a time in one's life that an unexpected tragedy happens, not to you or your family but to a close friend whose child grew up with yours, and the bond they made and the time...
    The now infamous Supreme Court draft opinion repealing Roe v. Wade is not just a shameful ransacking of a 50-year-old precedent, it is an epic assault on the fundamental right of women to participate as equals in American society. For Roe is not just about the medical procedure of abortion and protecting women’s health and lives, it is also about women’s autonomy, dignity and status as citizens. A woman’s choice whether or not to bear a child lies at the very core of her being, and when politicians seize control of that choice, she is relegated to second-class citizenship and deemed incapable of making her own life decisions. The opinion, authored by Justice Samuel Alito, railroads women back to the 1960s when we endured the powerlessness and humiliation of having male politicians determine our childbearing choices. I lived through those times and will fight like hell against those who would force my daughters and granddaughter to surrender their rights. I feel as if I am coming full circle, back to when so many women’s lives hung by a thread and...
    BLACKBURN ROVERS are putting lifelong fan and former player Gareth Ainsworth on their short list to replace Tony Mowbray. Rovers will let Mowbray leave at the end of his contract and Wycombe chief Ainsworth is fancied as a replacement. 1Gareth Ainsworth will manage Wycombe in the upcoming League One play-offsCredit: Rex Ainsworth will be involved in the League One play offs but would be interested in the job as he has always supported the team and played for their youth team. Blackburn expect to speak to a few candidates in the next couple of weeks and would prefer a boss who does not have compensation - although Ainsworth would be an exception to that. Former Norwich boss Daniel Farke is interested and may get an interview as Blackburn plan to make a quick appointment. The German, 45, briefly managed Krasnodar, only to resign following Russia's invasion of Ukraine. READ MORE IN FOOTBALLFree bets! The best free bets and sign up offers available from our bookmaker partners WARD OFF New Man Utd boss Ten Hag wants £75m Ward-Prowse to lead Red...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Fresh from the special unveiling of his Madame Tussauds wax figure in Medellín, Colombia, Maluma is ready to give the largest concert ever held at the Atanasio Girardot Soccer Stadium in his hometown. Tickets for Saturday’s show, titled “Medallo en el Mapa,” are officially sold out. His management confirmed that 54,000 people will accompany the Latin star while he fulfills one of his biggest dreams. “I’m very excited because I’ve always dreamed of this, really, since I started my career,” Maluma told The Associated Press in an interview from Medellín. “It fills me with adrenaline, it fills me with nerves, because being up there and seeing my family, seeing my friends that I grew up with, seeing my people … I think it is the dream of any artist to perform in their city.” He added enthusiastically: “We have to show the world that you can be a prophet in your own land.” The stadium, with a maximum capacity of almost 45,000 people, has already received two big stars from Medellín: J Balvin and Karol G....
    Student Olivia Raymond participates in a personal finance course in her middle school class in West Orange, New Jersey, in February 2020.CNBC Pursuing financial literacy is something that should continue beyond traditional school years, according to several state governors. "We think it's a lifelong experience," New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy told CNBC's Sharon Epperson during Wednesday's event, Invest in You: The Governors Strategy Session on Financial Education. Gov. Steve Sisolak of Nevada agrees about the importance of financial literacy. "It's a skill that's necessary for your entire life," he said. "We have to approach it more long-term in that regard."VIDEO0:5100:51New Jersey launches new online financial literacy initiativeInvest in You: Ready. Set. Grow.State of personal finance educationThere are no federal guidelines for personal finance education in schools, meaning it's up to individual states to set their own rules. And there are 23 states that mandate a personal finance course for students, according to the 2022 Survey of the States from the Council for Economic Education. In New Jersey, personal finance education is taught in middle school, and classes in financial, economic business...
    Lifelong Hunterdon County resident and animal rescue volunteer Wayne Allyn Davidson died in a car crash on Friday, March 18. He was 43. Born in Hackettstown, Davidson lived in Lebanon Township his entire life, his obituary says. Davidson graduated from Voorhees High School in 1997 and worked at Jordan Tree Service in Lebanon Township, according to his memorial. Davidson was remembered for his love of all things mechanical, especially cars. He also enjoyed farming and volunteering at Orphan Anni-mals in Glen Gardner, where he had earned a nickname as the “pig whisperer.” Davidson leaves behind his loving parents, Lawrence ‘Larry’ and Marilyn (DeGroat) Davidson; two brothers, Adam Davidson and Jarrett; niece, Honor Rose Davidson; nephew, AJ Davidson; paternal grandmother, Janet Davidson; as well as numerous extended family members and close friends. Davidson’s funeral will be held at Scarponi-Bright Funeral Home on Main Street in Lebanon on Sunday, March 27 at 5 p.m. Donations can be made in Davidson’s honor to Orphan Anni-mals (71 Forge Hill Rd., Glen Gardner, NJ 08826). Click here to view the full obituary of Wayne Allyn Davidson.
    KHLOE Kardashian's past romance with Trey Songz is often overlooked. But hitting rewind reveals her "fling" with the singer broke up a lifelong friendship with Lauren London. 9Khloe Kardashian once had a romance with Trey SongzCredit: Instagram 9They were publicly seen together getting close in 2016Credit: BackGrid 9But the 'fling' broke up her lifelong friendship Lauren LondonCredit: Tumblr / Khloe Kardashian Khloe, 37, and singer Trey, also 37, were recently spotted together at a group dinner in LA and insiders claim they’ve reconnected over text as the reality star lent her support.  Last month, Trey - real name Tremaine Aldon Neverson - was accused of “brutally” raping a woman at a house party in Los Angeles in 2016 in a $20million lawsuit – allegations that he strongly denies. “Khloe has always had a thing about Trey,” the reality star’s friend exclusively told The Sun. “She hooked up with him back in 2016 and they stayed friends even after it was all over.” “He's been texting her recently, as he's been caught up in a big mess with the accusations. “She's...
    (CNN)When Kaitlyn Sinnamon was 20 weeks pregnant with her second child, doctors told her that her baby would be born with a heart defect that would require surgery at the beginning of his life. Easton Sinnamon was born at Duke University Hospital with single ventricle heart disease, which meant his heart had only one ventricle, instead of two, to pump blood to the rest of his body.After two heart surgeries couldn't correct a leaking heart valve related to his congenital heart disease, it became clear to his surgical team that Easton would need a new heart. But the transplant would require Easton to be on immune-suppressing medications for the rest of his life so his body wouldn't reject the new organ. These medications can increase the risk of cancer and be toxic to the kidneys, as well as making patients more susceptible to severe infections. Easton Sinnamon four days after transplant surgery.But doctors ran into another challenge while Easton awaited a heart transplant. After repeated infections, further testing revealed that he had a deficiency in a specific type of immune...
    Lifelong Mercer County resident Jenifer Sharmein Taylor Hackett died unexpectedly on Monday, Feb. 28. She was 40. Hackett grew up in Ewing, where she graduated from Ewing High School in 1999, according to her Facebook page. Hackett then moved to Hamilton Township, where she lived at the time of her death, her obituary says. Hackett leaves behind numerous heartbroken family members and friends, several of whom shared their grief on social media: “Though it hurts I still trust God and his process,” Ebony Fulmore-Lemon writes. “Till we meet again my dear friend…rest in heaven.” Hackett’s funeral will be held Saturday, March 12 at the Ministerios Fraternidad Cristiana on Bellevue Avenue in Trenton. Click here for the full obituary of Jennifer Sharmein Taylor Hackett.
    KYLIE Jenner's beau, Travis Scott, pledge $5 million toward "making concerts safer" following the tragedy at Astroworld. In November 2021, 10 concert attendees were killed after a crowd surge let to them being crushed. 5Travis Scott announced his latest initiative, Project HealCredit: AP 5The goal is to increase concert safety, among other thingsCredit: Instagram / Travis Scott On Tuesday, Travis shared a post announcing his latest venture: Project Heal. He shared the news with a graphic featuring the word in large black letters, along with more information about his plans. The rapper captioned the post: "Over the past few months, I've been taking the time and space to grieve, reflect, and do my part to heal my community. "Most importantly, I want to use my resources and platform moving forward towards actionable change." Travis went on: "This will be a lifelong journey for me and my family. "While it's east for corporations and institutions to stay in the shadows, I feel as a leader in my community, I need to step up in times of need. Most...
    Lifelong Jersey Shore resident and beloved brother Brandon Gary Murphy died suddenly on Saturday, Feb. 26. He was 23. Born in Red Bank, Murphy grew up in Jackson before moving to Brick, where he lived at the time of his death, his obituary says. Murphy loved making music, playing video games, and spending time with his family, especially his kind and caring older brother, Richard C. Murphy, his memorial says. Murphy was predeceased by his mother, Donna Murphy. In addition to his brother, Murphy leaves behind his heartbroken father, Richard P. Murphy, as well as several extended family members and close friends. Murphy’s services were being postponed. Donations can be made in Murphy’s memory to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. “Words cannot describe how broken my heart is right now,” Richard C. Murphy writes in a touching Facebook tribute. “You were more than a brother to me you were probably my best friend. “I would give up anything to have you back here or to spend more time with you….I will miss you dearly.” Click here to view the full obituary...
    Lifelong Jersey Shore resident and beloved aunt Tina Marie Salvesen died unexpectedly on Wednesday, Feb. 23. She was 38. Born at the Cape May Court House, Salvesen graduated from the Cape May County Special Services School District, her obituary says. She had worked at EasterSeals New Jersey since March 2021, according to her social media page. Salvesen loved knitting, crocheting, and doing other arts and crafts, her memorial says. She also had a passion for country music, watching wrestling on TV, and being an aunt to her loving nephew, David Tristan Collins. In addition to her nephew, Salvesen leaves behind her mother, Natalie (Victor) Foschini; her father, Charles (Debbie) Salvesen; her grandmother, Barbara Salvesen; her siblings, Celine Salvesen, Eric Salvesen, and David Collins; as well as several extended family members and close friends. Salvesen’s memorial was flooded with condolences from the numerous people who loved her. “I was so sad to hear of Tina’s passing,” Kristina Lashley writes. “I have so many wonderful memories of Tina and I’m very grateful to have had the opportunity to work for her...
    MONTICELLO, Minn. (WCCO) — Minnesota is one of a handful of states where high schools are not required to have a formal relationship with the Special Olympics. But many do offer programs where kids of all ability levels spend time together, like in Monticello, where Unified programs are building lifelong friendships. More than anything, Ethan Fick and Tyler Rousslang love hockey. “We’ve been friends since like second grade. It’s been a long time. We were in the same class,” Rousslang said. The Monticello seniors found that common bond early, and the school’s Unified program encourages student athletes to become unified partners. “I feel like it creates a really friendly environment. Everybody just gets excited to come to school, and I think everyone’s a lot more inclusive, not just in Unified, but outside of Unified in their classes,” senior volleyball player Natalie Emmerich said. “Even outside of school people are more comfortable with being themselves and being authentic.” “It really opened my eyes a little bit to how we can’t take anything for granted,” Luke Emmerich, a freshman and football player...
    UPLAND (CBSLA) — There’s a big difference between a fan and a super fan — Paul Robertson is definitely the latter. The retired Spanish teacher affectionately called Professor Pablo by his students has been obsessed with the Los Angeles Rams ever since he was a little boy. READ MORE: FAA Sets Up No Fly Zone For Drones Above SoFi Stadium“My dad and I in a 1961 Chevy Viscane would sit in the car and listen to Ram games — every game,” he said. Former students rallied to collect enough money for their former teacher’s biggest dream. (Credit: CBS) Robertson’s loyalty to the Rams has never wavered, even when the team moved to St. Louis in 1995. Cheering on his team from thousands of miles away, Robertson hoped and dreamed that his team would return to L.A. and when they did in 2016 he and his family became season ticket holders once again. With an impressive season behind the arm of quarterback Matt Stafford and the stellar connection with wide receiver Cooper Kupp, the Rams made it all the...
    THE former drummer of rock band America has died at age 74. Willie Leacox passed away at his home in Stockton, California, however, no cause of death has yet been revealed. 1Drummer Willie Leacox has diedCredit: Getty Images - Getty The band, who are best known for their smash hit A Horse With No Name, released a statement announcing the musician's passing. "We are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of our brother and beloved drummer of 41 years. "Willie was an integral part of the America family and we cherish the time that we shared with him through this crazy journey. "We send our love to the Leacox family through this difficult time, and to all that knew Wil. Rest In peace, Wil. We love you," the statement concluded. Willie's family noted in their own statement that the star would be "missed by his brother, Jim Leacox, and sister, Janie Casteel, their spouses, his nieces and nephews, his California friends, plus his many friends and fans around the world." Most read in The US SunCHECK AGAIN Automatic...
    BECOMING a parent is a wonderful experience - but from having to constantly change nappies to making sure the persistent cough isn't anything to be concerned about, there are many things to keep parents on their toes. And two mums have added another thing to the ever-growing list - hair tourniquets. 1The post also revealed the signs to look out forCredit: Instagram The two sister mums, Nikki and Rach, shared the insightful post on their Instagram page, @tinyheartseducation, urging parents of newborns, particularly women with longer hair, to be more vigilant. Sharing a photo of a baby's foot with a cut-like scarring, the sisters shed light on the dangerous condition. ''Hair tourniquets occur when a hair or other fibre, such as a thread, wraps itself tightly around a body part, most commonly on a finger or toe.'' FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED The mums also added that other common body parts include the wrist, genitals, ear lobe, belly button, as well as nipple. Although, the duo explained, hair tourniquets area relatively rare occurence,...
    DALLAS -- If your New Year's goals are already needing a little boost - you'll want to meet Barbara Ingram of Dallas."I still want to be able to go out and be challenged," says the homemaker and 83-year-old great-grandmother. "I got bored... and I decided that I needed to do something mentally to stay busy."When she'd had her fill of puzzles during the pandemic, Ingram decided to take on a new challenge: Harvard."It was the best school I could go to, and hardest school I felt I could go to," she explains with a shrug and smile.So, with her family's full support - and a little bit of amazement from friends - Ingram will begin her fourth semester at the elite school later this month.She says she's been studying economics, history - and oh yes, having fun while working hard."I have a routine," explains Ingram. "I start at night at 10:00 and study until 2:30 in the morning and if I'd studied longer, I probably could have done better, but that was my routine."Ingram is taking her courses online, but...
    COUNTING On's Duggar sisters admitted to needing a "lifelong therapy plan" over their brother Josh’s molestation scandal in a lawsuit against cops. In 2015, a 33-page Arkansas police report about the Duggars was released to In Touch, as it stated dad Jim Bob had confessed to local authorities that his eldest son Josh fondled the breasts and genitals of young girls while they were asleep in the famous family's home years prior. 5Duggar sisters Jill, Jessa, Jinger, and Amy admitted needing 'lifelong therapy' after scandalCredit: Instagram 5Jill and Jessa came forward as victims revealing their brother Josh molested them as childrenCredit: AP Four of the Duggar sisters are suing the Springdale, Arkansas police department and several of its employees over the release of the report. Jill, 30, Jessa, 29, Jinger, 28, and Joy-Anna, 24, are still pursuing their lawsuit against the Arkansas police department and its employees who helped release documents. Jill and Jessa previously came forward as victims of the conduct described in the report, revealing their brother Josh, 33, had molested them as children. Sisters Jinger and Joy-Anna are also suing over...
    In the 1980s, when Grace and Tony Lopez boarded a plane in California to visit me in Philadelphia, they traveled with a blue-and-white cooler that contained a most precious cargo. Chilaquiles. This simple dish of saucy chips and chiles was unavailable in my new home. So my parents would go to New Mecca Cafe in the East Bay town of Pittsburg, where I had ordered chilaquiles about a thousand times, and purchase a bag of tortilla chips and half a gallon of the secret sauce. They froze the sauce, which thawed out on its journey to the East Coast. My mother then heated this miraculous concoction, ladled it over the perfectly crispy chips and sprinkled cheese on top. Chilaquiles at Lotería Grill.(Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times) As a Philadelphian might say, it tasted so good I almost wanted to pay my taxes. Decades have come and gone. My obsession has not. I have eaten chilaquiles at every opportunity, and I have tried for years to re-create the New Mecca Cafe version in my kitchen. I got to...
    SILAT AL-DHAHR, West Bank (AP) — A year after being released from an Israeli prison following a 103-day hunger strike, Maher al-Akhras is barely able to walk. Frequent bouts of dizziness and sensitivity to noise mean he can neither enjoy social occasions nor return to work on his ancestral farm in the occupied West Bank. Back home, he is seen as a hero of the Palestinian cause, one of a small group of hunger strikers who have secured release from Israeli detention. But the mental and physical damage from the prolonged hunger strike has left him and others like him unable to resume normal lives, and reliant on long-term medical care. “My balance is gone,” said al-Akhras. “I can’t walk among the cows, I can’t hold them, I can’t milk them.” Palestinian prisoners have long used hunger strikes to pressure Israel to improve the conditions of their detention or to secure their release after being held without charges for months or years under a policy known as administrative detention. Israel is currently holding some 4,600 Palestinians, including hardened militants who...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – In the past few months, at least half a dozen South Florida students have been arrested and charged with serious crimes after making threats against schools. As recently as Monday, a 15-year-old boy was arrested for posting a threat against Miami Senior High. READ MORE: 'He Understood Sacrifice': Former Florida Rep. Donna Shalala Remembers Bob Dole As Selfless War HeroAmong the recent school threat arrests made since October across Miami-Dade and Broward, all suspects were teenagers and all are facing felony charges. “A primary focus of my job is simply this: to punish children who break the law when necessary,” said Judge Elijah H. Williams. Williams is a circuit court judge assigned to the Juvenile Delinquency Division in Broward County. In a video from Broward County Public Schools, he discussed the potential consequences of threats, including time locked up, but that’s not all. READ MORE: Biden Administration Implementing New Travel Rules To Help Combat Spread Of Omicron Variant“If you’re at home the cops will handcuff you and embarrass both you and your entire family in front of...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Slowly but surely, charitable organizations are returning to in-person events after more than a year of virtual fundraisers and galas. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Miami held its ever-popular Jazz at Joe’s event at the world-famous Joe’s Stone Crab in Miami Beach Tuesday. READ MORE: Miami Beach Breaks Ground On Park Redesign To Build New Living ShorelineAnd while the stone crabs there are always a hit, a special bond between a big and little stole the show. “You’re part of the family. You’re part of the sisterhood,” said Gale Nelson, President and CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Miami, as he introduced Debbie Tyler and Destyni Govan. Debbie Tyler and Destyni Govan of Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Miami (CBS4) Not by blood, but by bond, Debbie and Destyni are sisters matched through BBBS of Miami. “She was my first little. Fifteen years ago I was matched for the first time and she was 8,” said Debbie, who also happens to be the Co-Chair of BBBS of Miami. Destyni had just lost her...