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    NIGHTMARE neighbours can be a huge issue for those forced to live alongside them, as one happy couple are finding out. Taking to Reddit to complain, and ask for advice, a new homeowner says that since she and her boyfriend moved into their new home, their neighbours have been making their lives hell. 1The neighbours are keeping the couple up at night with their noiseCredit: Getty The anonymous woman writes that they had a difficult time buying and moving into their new home, and while they thought the stress was over and they’d be able to relax in comfort their neighbours seemingly had other ideas. The first sign of trouble occurred when the neighbours moved their tumble dryer into their master bedroom, which is right next to their own master bedroom and that they run it pretty much all day and night. She adds: “No amount of diplomatic letters, face to face conversations, retaliations will stop them and it's literally ruining our lives!  “The low pitch vibrating hum sounds like there is an 18 wheeler sat idling in our bedroom...
    ALAN SHEARER'S statue is finally set to be moved on to Newcastle home turf... six years after it was erected. The £250,000 sculpture was put up outside St James' Park by the city council way back in 2016. 3Planning application is in to move Alan Shearer's statue on to Newcastle groundsCredit: Getty - Contributor But former owner Mike Ashley refused to have it on the grounds owned by Newcastle United. It is understood the breakdown in communication between Ashley and Shearer meant the Sports Direct mogul made the objections. Therefore the council placed it just outside the club's perimeter. However, as reported by the Newcastle Chronicle, a change in ownership looks on course to mean a change in location. Planning application has been submitted to get the 16ft bronze bust brought inside the Toon's official boundary. If there are no objections, the switch should get the green light. Most read in SportSKATING STAR Does Olympics star Nathan Chen have a girlfriend?PREM STAR'S CAT ATTACK West Ham's Kurt Zouma KICKS & slaps his pet cat in horrific...
    It was 26 seconds after he was punched that an Oregon bar patron fatally shot a Bay Area man with whom he had been arguing, prosecutors said. The gap calls into question the defendant’s claim of self-defense in the killing of Barry Washington Jr., the Deschutes County prosecutors say, according to the Bend Bulletin. Washington, a Benicia man who had recently moved to Oregon, was fatally shot on Sept. 19 outside a bar in Bend. The case made national headlines after the district attorney called it a disturbing echo of “the lynching of Black men for talking to White women.” Washington, who was Black, had reportedly tangled with Ian Cranston, who is White, after complimenting the other man’s girlfriend. Cranston pulled a handgun from his waistband and shot Washington once. Cranston, 27, was initially arrested on suspicion of second-degree manslaughter and was released after posting $10,000 bond. Two weeks later, a grand jury returned charges including murder in the second degree, and he is now back in jail without bail. In a document filed this week in Deschutes County Circuit...
    SAN MATEO – Millions of dollars worth of surplus personal protective equipment and cleaning supplies purchased by San Mateo County in response to the COVID-19 pandemic were damaged by recent storms after being left outside, the county’s top official said. The items were moved out of the San Mateo Event Center in mid-September to make room for an event, County Manager Mike Callagy said in a statement Friday afternoon. “The county is solely responsible for our materials at the Event Center,” Callagy said. “We deeply regret that this occurred and are hiring an external investigator to identify all facts related to the damage and make recommendations to avoid future incidents.” The statement followed an ABC7 News report about the situation at the Event Center. Callagy said the county purchased the items early in the pandemic when no one knew how long global supply shortages would last and jurisdictions nationwide were jockeying to purchase safety equipment to keep first responders and communities safe. The estimated value of the items is $7 million. The items include non-medical-grade isolation gowns, face shields, bleach...
    A California hospital is being criticized for leaving the bodies of nearly 20 COVID-19 patients lying outside in the rain before security guards could eventually move them to a refrigerated morgue. Soaking wet body bags are seen piled up outside the Los Angeles-based Memorial Hospital of Gardena, owned by Pipeline Health System, in footage captured by CBSLA. Employees are also seen in the footage rearranging the body bags of 19 deceased COVID-19 patients and carrying them into a mobile freezer in the hospital's parking lot.  A morgue inside the hospital could only hold six bodies, which has posed difficulties throughout the pandemic, a hospital spokesperson told CBSLA.    The spokesperson added that the mobile freezer outside the hospital is kept at 34 degrees Fahrenheit, the necessary temperature to store the bodies, and denied that the bodies were left out in the rain. Memorial Hospital of Gardena, in Los Angeles, is facing criticism for leaving nearly 20 bodies of dead COVID-19 patients outside in the rain Employees are seen above rearranging the bodies in a mobile refrigerator in footage taken by...
    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Caitlin Foster fell in love with San Francisco’s people and beauty and moved to the city a dozen years ago. But after repeatedly clearing away used needles, other drug paraphernalia and human feces outside the bar she manages, and too many encounters with armed people in crisis, her affection for the city has soured. “It was a goal to live here, but now I’m here and I’m like, ‘Where am I going to move to now?’ I’m over it,’” said Foster, who manages Noir Lounge in the trendy Hayes Valley neighborhood. A series of headline-grabbing crime stories — mobs of people smashing windows and grabbing luxury purses in the downtown Union Square shopping district and daytime shootings in the touristy Haight-Ashbury — has only exacerbated a general feeling of vulnerability. Residents wake up to news of attacks on Asian American seniors, burglarized restaurants, and boarded-up storefronts in the city’s once-vibrant downtown. San Franciscans take pride in their liberal political bent and generously approve tax measures for schools and the homeless. They accept that trashy...
    TOWSON, Md. (WJZ) — Baltimore County Councilwoman Cathy Bevins, a Democrat representing District 6, violated the county charter earlier this year when she briefly moved to a house in a neighboring councilmanic district, according to a new report by the Baltimore County Office of the Inspector General. District 6 includes parts of East Towson, Overlea and Parkville, and stretches out to cover Middle River and other communities along the Chesapeake Bay, according to a county map. But the Office of the Inspector General found Bevins left a rental property to buy a house in the 21236 ZIP Code outside her district. READ MORE: Maryland Police Officer Charged With Kidnapping & Perjury Over 'Illegal Traffic Stop'Real estate records attached with Inspector General Kelly Madigan’s report show Bevins moved into the residence in September, and voting records show Bevins made it her primary residence that same month. Property records show the deed for the land was transferred to Bevins and her spouse at the end of July 2021. Madigan’s office interviewed Bevins about the transaction in November, according to the report. Bevins...
    MANCHESTER UNITED and Southampton fans have been left RAGING after being stuck outside St Mary's and being forced to miss the start of the match. Saints have confirmed that the issue surrounds a problem with their turnstiles which they are attempting to resolve. The queues outside St Mary’s today are insane. #SaintsFC pic.twitter.com/zfI7YVwnnP— Dan Kerins (@dankerins) August 22, 2021 Queue for away end at St Nary’s hasn’t moved in 10 minutes pic.twitter.com/LpGe4yaWkg— Michael Crick (@MichaelLCrick) August 22, 2021 An official statement from Saints read: "We would like to apologise to fans attempting to gain entry to the stadium, and thank them for their patience. "The club is dealing with a technical issue with its turnstiles and is aiming to resolve this as soon as possible." One fan described the queues outside as 'insane' while another revealed that the away end - where the United fans are situated - had not moved in ten minutes. More to follow. Most read in FootballLive BlogWOLVES 0 SPURS 1 Alli penalty gives Nuno's men early lead with Kane on bench at MolineuxLive BlogSAINTS...
    ROME (AP) – A gunman shot and killed an elderly man and two young boys in Italy before barricading himself in a home outside Rome. He was found dead as police moved in, authorities said. Rome Mayor Virginia Raggi expressed shock at the shooting in the town of Ardea and offered condolences to the relatives of the victims. Police surrounded the home where the gunman was holed up. Speaking to reporters on the street outside, Ardea Mayor Mario Savarese said the gunman was known to be unstable and had threatened to shoot residents before. The mayor said it wasn’t yet clear if the gunman killed himself as police moved in, noting that a gunshot was heard as police prepared to storm the home. Follow Breitbart London on Facebook: Breitbart Londong
    HUNTER Biden appears to have moved out of his $5.4million Venice Beach rental after moving trucks were snapped outside his home. It comes as the beach-front area in Los Angeles has been swept by a wave of crime and homelessness. 6Hunter Biden seems to have moved out of his Venice Beach homeCredit: The Mega Agency 6Movers were seen packing furniture into a truckCredit: The Mega Agency 6Hunter moved in with wife Melissa and their son Beau at the end of 2020Credit: BackGrid President Joe Biden’s son, 51, was forking out $25,000 a month for the pad just one block from the beach, according to reports. Hunter moved into the three-storey home with wife Melissa and their son Beau at the end of 2020. But now photos show furniture being loaded into a moving truck right outside the father-of-five’s pad.  The family’s move comes after crime and homelessness soared in the area during the pandemic. 6The home is three-storeys and one block from the beachCredit: The US Sun 6NINTCHDBPICT000657283983Credit: The Mega Agency 6Venice's famed boardwalk, as featured in many a movie...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Hustle Chicago stair climb moved this year to a more open venue that has plenty of stairs. The event traditionally takes place in February at the former John Hancock Center. But this year, it moved to April and took place Sunday at Soldier Field. Strong-legged participants huffed and puffed their way down the aisles in 20-minute intervals. Hustle Chicago raises money for the Respiratory Health Association, which helps prevent lung disease and promotes clean air.
    Moscow — A handful of Russian activists and journalists were detained on Tuesday as they gathered outside a prison to demand that jailed opposition leader Alexey Navalny receive proper medical care amid reports that his health is deteriorating. Navalny said via his associates a day earlier that he had a fever and a bad cough, noting that several other inmates in his unit had been hospitalized with tuberculosis. Last week, the 44-year-old fierce critic of President Vladimir Putin announced that he was going on hunger strike to demand medical care after complaining of back pain and numbness in his legs. On Tuesday afternoon, a group of pro-Navalny activists from the Alliance of Doctors, a union of medical professionals led by his ophthalmologist Anastasia Vasilyeva, went to the penal colony about 60 miles outside of Moscow to demand they be given access to him, or that the prison administration give him the professional medical care of his choice. Just been detained by Russian police outside navalny penal colony pic.twitter.com/aP2N2t80FP— Matthew Chance (@mchancecnn) April 6, 2021 They were met by police...
    REAL Housewives of Orange County star Braunwyn Windham-Burke revealed her husband Sean is "back home." He had moved out while she dated outside the marriage. 8RHOC star Braunwyn Windham-Burke revealed her husband Sean is 'back home'Credit: Instagram 8Sean had moved out while she dated outside the marriageCredit: Instagram Braunwyn shared a sweet Instagram pic with Sean captioned: "On Wednesdays we smash the Patriarchy!! Feeling hopeful this afternoon! Thank you @seanwindhamburke for being by my side these past few crazy months. "We might be doing things our own way, but it’s working and it’s working well. So happy to have you back home. #26years #lifepartners #ivegotyou #modernmarriage #renegotiating" Braunwyn donned a shirt also reading: "On Wednesday we smash the Patriarchy," and she coordinated it with a billowing black skirt and sexy heels. 8Last month Braunwyn told Entertainment Tonight of her living situation with SeanCredit: Instagram 8Braunwyn relayed: 'He’s not. He’s not living here right now'Credit: Instagram Last month Braunwyn told Entertainment Tonight of her living situation with Sean. Even though the two have been married for 20 years, she...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on the Supreme Court and the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsbur g (all times local): 10:35 a.m. The casket of the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been moved to the top of the Supreme Court’s marble steps so the public can pay respect. A brief, private ceremony honoring Ginsburg in the court’s Great Hall began the mourning period on Wednesday. Normally, members of the public would have been allowed to pass through the Great Hall. But because of the coronavirus pandemic the casket was moved outside so the public can pay their respects while following public health guidance. Ginsburg’s casket will be on public view from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Wednesday and 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Thursday. Mourners were already waiting in line hours before. Some drove from several states away in order to be present to pay their respects to the late justice, a champion of women’s rights and gender equality. ___ 10 a.m. Chief Justice John Roberts is remembering his colleague Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg as tough and brave,...
    During an interview with “America First” host Sebastian Gorka that aired on Monday, Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) reacted to a claim made by Democratic vice-presidential nominee Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) of being from “outside the system” in an audio clip Gorka highlighted on the program. The Florida Republican congressman, the author of the forthcoming book “Firebrand: Dispatches from the Front Lines of the MAGA Revolution,” argued Harris was not an outsider given he saw the junior California U.S. Senator as having been successful in her career in part by dating former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown. “Did Kamala Harris literally say she understands what it is like being outside the system?” he said. “Kamala Harris moved up in California politics because she was dating Willie Brown. She is a straight-up machine candidate. That is essentially how she moved up — became the state attorney general then ran for the United States Senate. So, I’m not entirely sure Kamala Harris is here to lecture any of us on what life is like outside the system.” Gaetz also took on Harris’ suggestion...
    A former federal judge tasked with arguing against the Department of Justice's decision to drop charges against Michael Flynn said Friday that the move stemmed from President TrumpDonald John TrumpWarren: I feel 'deep down fury' that Trump downplayed pandemic NYT reporter removed from Trump rally in Michigan Trump says he didn't share classified information following Woodward book MORE's efforts to influence the prosecution on behalf of his former national security adviser. John Gleeson, who was tapped to serve as outside counsel in the case after the DOJ's surprise move in May to drop the case, submitted a filing arguing that the court should deny the government's effort to dismiss the case. "In the United States, Presidents do not orchestrate pressure campaigns to get the Justice Department to drop charges against defendants who have pleaded guilty — twice, before two different judges — and whose guilt is obvious," Gleeson wrote in the filing. "And the Justice Department does not seek to dismiss criminal charges on grounds riddled with legal and factual error, then argue that the validity of those grounds cannot...
    Republican officials have been eyeing the possibility of moving the planned in-person nominating convention outside should the coronavirus pandemic become too significant a barrier to the already planned festivities, according to The Washington Post. The Post, citing “several officials with knowledge of the plans,” reports that the party officials have looked at two stadiums. One is a minor league baseball park that seats about 11,000, and the other is a nearby football stadium that seats nearly six times as many people. President Donald Trump recently shared that the GOP was considering unspecified options should the current convention plans become unfeasible, telling Voice of America host Greta Van Susteren that the party would be “flexible” when she asked about the increase of coronavirus cases in the area. “Two Republican involved with the planning” also told the news agency that party officials were looking into the logistical challenges of moving the event outdoors. The Post reports that officials believe Trump will make the venue decision “in upcoming days.” The convention, which was originally planned for North Carolina, underwent a venue change back in...
    LAKEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4)– West Metro Fire Rescue crews battled a house fire that started outside the home and moved into the attic. The fire started at a home near 3rd and Sheridan in Lakewood. That’s between 6th and Alameda. (credit: West Metro Fire) Residents inside the home were able to escape the flames. What caused the fire is being investigated. (credit: West Metro Fire) (credit: West Metro Fire)
    ST. LOUIS (AP) — Wildlife officials have relocated a black bear that had wandered into a St. Louis suburb and drew a crowd of hundreds curious to see the out-of-place animal. The bear has been popular on social media pages for weeks as it plodded hundreds of miles from Wisconsin, through Illinois and briefly into Iowa before wandering into Missouri. Wildlife officials said they were spurred to take action over the weekend when the bear — dubbed “Bruno” on social media — found itself in the Wentzville city limits and corned between Interstate 70 and Interstate 40. Word of the bear in the suburb spread, and a crowd of about 400 people gathered to see it. “He just kept making his way farther west, which makes sense,” Amanda Good, Missouri state director of the Humane Society of the United States, told station KMOV. “I think he’s out of his normal range for a bear to go out looking for a mate, but we do know Missouri has black bear population south of I-44, mainly in southwest Missouri.” Fearing for the...
    ST. LOUIS (AP) — Wildlife officials have relocated a black bear that had wandered into a St. Louis suburb and drew a crowd of hundreds curious to see the out-of-place animal. The has been popular on social media pages for weeks as it plodded hundreds of miles from Wisconsin, through Illinois and briefly into Iowa before wandering into Missouri. Wildlife officials said they were spurred to take action over the weekend when the bear — dubbed “Bruno” on social media — found itself in the Wentzville city limits and corned between Interstate 70 and Interstate 40. Word of the bear in the suburb spread, and a crowd of about 400 people gathered to see it. “He just kept making his way farther west, which makes sense,” Amanda Good, Missouri state director of the Humane Society of the United States, told station KMOV. “I think he’s out of his normal range for a bear to go out looking for a mate, but we do know Missouri has black bear population south of I-44, mainly in southwest Missouri.” Fearing for the safety...
    SAN ANTONIO – A man has been arrested after San Antonio police say he fatally shot a man outside a bar on the North Side, moved his body into the alley and then returned to clean up the crime scene. Felix Sanchez, 48, was arrested Sunday and charged with murder, booking records show. He is accused of killing Jose Ramon Jurado, 45, who was found dead around 7 a.m. June 13 in a grassy area behind a bar in the 4000 block of Vance Jackson Road. Officers found Jurado with a gunshot wound and he appeared to be moved from the bar’s outdoor patio. Police: Overnight shooting at North Side home may be drug-related Hours before his death, the suspect and a woman walked toward the bar’s back door as other patrons left at closing time, surveillance footage showed. The two sat in the rear patio, out of camera, and Jurado arrived minutes later, the affidavit states. After several minutes, Jurado and the pair got into a “heated” conversation and Jurado stood up and moved toward them. The video showed...
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