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    This is the shocking moment three migrants 'bull-rushed' a Texas farmer's house and broke into his elderly grandparents' home as they tried to dodge Border Patrol. The man, who has asked to stay anonymous, revealed several minutes of surveillance footage that saw three out of eight illegal migrants attempt to break into various properties within view before finally getting into one. The video sees three immigrants running towards the street but then they suddenly turn back and attempt to gain access into nearby homes. A farmer living alongside the U.S.-Mexico border has shared video of migrants attempting to break into his Texas home At least three migrants could be seen attempting to see if doors were unlocked before eventually they were able to access the home of his elderly grandparents  The migrants hid in a kitchen pantry until Border Agents were on scene to take them into custody 'They tried to break into my house, that's locked. They tried to razzle-dazzle my porch and my laundry room door and that's locked,' the man says as he narrates the footage. 'Then...
    WESTMINSTER, Calif. (KABC) -- Elderly Asian Americans in Westminster attended a free self-defense class Saturday to learn how to better protect themselves from attacks.Hate crimes against Asian Americans have surged since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.To combat the rise in violence, local residents are arming themselves -- not with weapons, but with knowledge.RELATED: 82-year-old California woman swindled of expensive necklace in her own drivewayEMBED More News Videos A crime ring sweeping California is targeting seniors, often Asian Americans, for thousands of dollars in jewelry. Many of those in attendance said they have never learned how to defend themselves until now.Tony Dang, founder of Seniors Fight Back, said he was heartbroken after learning about the attacks against Asian Americans happening throughout the nation."We all have grandparents, and a lot of them are independent still. They take the bus, and they go to the store," Dang said. "It could have easily been my grandparents."He says the group will be hosting more free self-defense classes in the future.
    Being of advanced age is not at odds with using technological devices, quite the contrary: their use provides great benefits for older people. For this reason, giving a tablet to your grandparents is a great idea: so you can send them photos, make video calls or even share your Netflix account with them. To give you a hand, in this article we are going to reveal some keys to choosing the right tablet for an older person. Little by little, the elderly have been incorporated into the use of technology and, at their own pace, have become active users of messaging applications, web browsing and even games that help them stay in touch with others. yours or to exercise your cognitive skills. However, it is important choose a suitable tablet to the specific needs of those who are going to use it so that technology is a real help and does not involve an effort. We tell you what options you have if you want to buy an iPad in 2021, Apple has renewed the range of tablets and the...
    THE FBI has issued warnings about a "lucrative" scam currently taking place across the US in which thieves call the elderly pretending to be a grandchild in urgent need of cash. The illicit scheme has already siphoned millions of dollars from innocent Americans, officials warn, with victims duped into handing over vast sums of cash to strangers under false pretenses. 2The illicit scheme has already siphoned millions of dollars from innocent AmericansCredit: Alamy The scammers are reportedly gaining personal information from their victims by mining social media or purchasing data from cyber thieves. They then craft elaborate storylines to prey on the fears of grandparents, such as pretending to be a relative in a crisis situation who is in need of immediate financial assistance. The callers may even "spoof" the caller ID that appears on the victim's phone to make the incoming call seem as if it's coming from a trusted source. BOGUS CLAIMS A recent victim's story was chronicled in a report from the FBI in Buffalo, New York back in May. The elderly victim was contacted...
    VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis celebrated the Roman Catholic Church’s first World Day for Grandparents and the Elderly on Sunday. Francis solicited a round of applause from the faithful in St. Peter’s Square and urged people everywhere to reach out to older generations. Francis was supposed to have led a celebration Mass for grandparents in St. Peter’s Cathedral earlier in the day, but left the duty to Archbishop Rino Fisichella, three weeks after the pontiff emerged from the hospital after major intestinal surgery. “Grandparents and grandchildren, the elderly and youth together showed one of the beautiful sides of the Church, and showed the alliance between the generations,’’ the pontiff said in off-the-cuff remarks from a window overlooking St. Peter’s Square. “To celebrate this day, I invite celebration in every community with visits to grandparents and elderly, those who are most alone, to bring them my message, inspired by Jesus: ‘I am with you every day.’ ” He said just as the elderly need young people, young people need the elderly, “especially in this throw-away culture.” “The grandparents have...
    Family members hold vigil for the missing victims of Surfside condo collapse in Surfside, Florida, United States, on June 29, 2021 Tayfun Coskun/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images Antonio and Gladys Lozano died in the condo collapse in Surfside, Florida.  Their grandson told NBC Miami that he "got a sense of peace" learning that his grandparents were together when they died. The Lozanos would have celebrated their 59th wedding anniversary this month. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. An elderly couple killed in the Florida condo collapse died together in bed, their grandson says. Brian Lozano told NBC Miami that he "got a sense of peace" learning that his grandparents, Antonio and Gladys Lozano, were together when they died in the Champlain Tower South collapse in Surfside, Florida. "They couldn't stand a moment without each other," he said. "I never saw them apart." Miami-Dade Police recovered the bodies of the Lozanos one day apart from each other following the June 24 collapse, officials told the Florida Times-Union. Brian Lozano said his grandparents would have celebrated their 59th wedding...
    An elderly couple has gone viral after they dominated their grandson and his friends during a competitive game of beer pong — sinking not one, but two shots in a row.  TikTok star Ross Smith, 28, from Ohio, shared a video of his fun-loving grandparents playing the drinking game with them at a party on a back deck, and they proved to be the pair to beat.  The viral clip shows the influencer's 94-year-old grandmother Pauline 'Granny' Kana stepping up to the table in her yellow floral sundress and dunking the ping pong ball into the second-to-last red solo cup on the table.  Scroll down for video   Impressive: TikTok star Ross Smith, 28, from Ohio, shared a video of his grandparents playing beer. His 94-year-old grandmother Pauline 'Granny' Kana dunked the second-to-last shot Winners: When it was her partner's turn, he gracefully lobbed the ball into the last remaining cup and won the game for them Amazing: Ross and his friends went wild after his grandfather sunk pong ball in the final cup When it was her partner's turn,...
    ROME—Pope Francis announced Sunday the establishment of a new annual Catholic feast day to underscore the importance of grandparents and the elderly in society. “I have decided to establish World Grandparents’ and Elders’ Day, which will be held in all the Church every year on the fourth Sunday of July, close to the feast of Saints Joachim and Anne, Jesus’ ‘grandparents,’” the pope said following his weekly prayer of the Angelus, delivered from the library of the Apostolic Palace in the Vatican. The pontiff also noted that on February 2, Christians celebrate “the feast of the Presentation of Jesus in the Temple, when Simeon and Anna, both elderly, enlightened by the Holy Spirit, recognised Jesus as the Messiah.” Francis went on to reflect on the crucial role played by the elderly by passing on wisdom to future generations while keeping history alive. “The Holy Spirit still stirs up thoughts and words of wisdom in the elderly today: their voice is precious because it sings the praises of God and safeguards the roots of peoples,” he said. “They remind us that...
    Coe hopes crowds will be able to enjoy Tokyo Olympics Luxurious Gifts for the Men in Your Life 39 Gifts That Are Selling Like Hotcakes During The Holidays Ad Microsoft Top credit card wipes out interest until 2022 (seriously) Ad Microsoft This Is the Present Everyone's Talking About Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/29 SLIDES © Yuganov Konstantin / Shutterstock.com In 2008, I became a certified nursing assistant with the goal of working with the elderly. I was raised by my grandparents, which gave me a deeply rooted appreciation for seniors, and I was looking forward to caring for other people’s grandparents in the years to come. I did my clinical work in a veterans...
    An Ohio couple is speaking out after 30 people contracted COVID-19 at their large wedding ceremony, which is  now being dubbed a 'super-spreader event'. Anthony and Mikayla Bishop tied the knot in Blue Ash on October 31 with 83 guests in attendance.  Two weeks later, almost half of the attendees had come down with the coronavirus, including three of their elderly grandparents who had to be rushed to hospital suffering severe symptoms.  The Bishops say they tried to be conscious of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, trimming down their guest list, spacing out tables at their wedding reception, and providing bottles of hand sanitizer.  Anthony and Mikayla Bishop are speaking out after 30 people contracted COVID-19 at their large wedding ceremony, which is now being dubbed a 'super-spreader event' However, when Mikayla walked down the aisle, she realized most of her guests had decided to forgo face masks.  'The first thing I see is I see everyone's face. And that's when I realized wow. Nobody's wearing a mask,' she told WLWT in an exclusive interview on Tuesday.  Bridegroom Anthony added:...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Sunday is National Grandparents Day, which is normally a time for happy family gatherings. But, during the COVID-19 pandemic, most of those reunions are likely on hold. Time spent with grandparents is emotionally and socially beneficial for everyone, but that could be risky this year, CBS2’s Dr. Max Gomez reported. Studies show young children can shed lots of coronavirus, even when they don’t have any symptoms. Plus, most grandparents are elderly, the age group most likely to get seriously ill – and even die – from COVID-19. Social media is full of examples of the lengths families will go to reunite grandparents and grandkids, while still trying to be safe: everything from hazmat-like suits to plastic sheets. MORE: Long Island Family Gets Creative To Hug Grandmother Battling Cancer Still, public health experts say to proceed with caution. CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC Tri-State Coronavirus Travel Advisory Quarantine List Resources, Hotlines, Unemployment & Covering Bills Remote Learning Tools For Parents Teaching At Home CBS2’s Dr. Max Answers Your Health Questions What To Do If Someone Isn’t Social Distancing Or...
    BOSTON (AP) — A look at coronavirus developments across New England: RHODE ISLAND The snack bar at a popular beach in Rhode Island has been closed after an employee tested positive for coronavirus, the state Department of Environmental Management announced. The agency said it was notified Saturday afternoon of the positive test result at the concession at Scarborough South State Beach by the vendor that runs the facilities at the state beaches. DEM said the employee last worked at the snack bar July 24 and that the beach had been closed July 21 to July 23 for high bacteria levels in the water. The agency declined to identify the worker but said the state health department will conduct contact tracing. DEM also said the concession won’t reopen until it's deep-cleaned and disinfected. __ VERMONT The COVID-19 pandemic is giving new life to the grandparent scam, said Vermont Attorney General T.J. Donovan's office. The Attorney General’s Consumer Assistance Program says there have been 93 reports of the grandparent scam since the beginning of the year, and 34 since June 1. Scammers,...
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