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    BROOKLYN (WABC) -- Sheep were on the loose Friday in Brooklyn.Eight of the wooly animals rammed their way into a backyard.The homeowner called police.A special ops team corralled the flock with help from a mounted unit and brought them to an animal care center.Where the sheep came from remains a mystery.ALSO READ: Diners hit by stray bullets outside iconic NYC restaurantEMBED More News Videos The suspect got into a dispute while dining inside the iconic restaurant at around 9:45 p.m. ----------* More Brooklyn news* Send us a news tip* Download the abc7NY app for breaking news alerts * Follow us on YouTube Submit a News Tip
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The NYPD wants your help identifying a group of people who pushed their way into a Bronx apartment and slashed and robbed the people inside. It happened at around 1:30 a.m. Monday at an apartment on Bainbridge Avenue and 193rd Street in the Fordham Manor section. READ MORE: Connecticut To Lift Remaining COVID Restrictions Starting May 1 Surveillance video shows six people – two women and four men – climbing up the stairs to the apartment. READ MORE: Swollen Lymph Nodes A Common Reaction After Any Vaccine, Not Just COVID: Thats A Good Sign That Your Body Is Processing It Bronx Robbery Suspects(credit: NYPD)Bronx Robbery Suspects(credit: NYPD)Bronx Robbery Suspects(credit: NYPD)Bronx Robbery Suspects(credit: NYPD)Bronx Robbery Suspects(credit: NYPD)Bronx Robbery Suspects(credit: NYPD) Police say they knocked on the door of the apartment and were answered by a 45-year-old man and 34-year-old woman. That’s when the group forced their way in, police said. Once inside, one of the suspects pulled out a gun and another a knife. Then they tied up the two victims with electrical tape, police said. The...
    SAN FRANCISCO — Police here got more than they bargained for when three men who were found standing next to various burglary tools outside of a building admitted they were there to play illegal computer slot machines, according to recently filed court records. The January traffic stop resulted in police arresting the men — and opening a probe into the alleged underground gambling den — after searching their car and finding a gun, shaved keys and a small amount of meth, authorities said. Records related to the arrest were recently made public when one of the three suspects was charged with a federal offense, violating the terms of his supervised release from a prior conviction. According to a Brisbane police report, an officer there responded to a call for service at the 2500 block of Bayshore Boulevard in San Francisco. The three men were standing outside of a building, next to a bag containing bolt cutters, a hammer and a crowbar. One of the men “advised the officer that they did not work at the establishment, however, they were there...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A group of men have been smashing their way into businesses across Brooklyn and Queens, stealing cash, pills and an ATM, police say. The suspects allegedly broke into seven businesses — hitting one store twice — between March 15 and April 13. READ MORE: Man Wanted For Trying To Burn Down Turtle Clan Smokes In Mastic (Credit: NYPD) Police said they shattered doors and windows using a crow bar in one incident, then a piece of lumber and rocks in others. READ MORE: Police: Man Steals Packages Full Of Skateboarding Gear From Lobby Of Queens Building The suspects made off with more than $67,000 worth of prescription pills, an ATM containing $5,000 and $2,000 in cash. MORE NEWS: 8 People Killed In Mass Shooting At FedEx Facility In Indianapolis Police said they were seen leaving in a white sedan after the latest incident on April 13 in Astoria. Anyone with information about the suspects is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477), or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782). You can also submit a...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- Police are searching for a group of thieves who have been busting into pharmacies and stealing prescription drugs throughout the city.Investigators released photos of two of the suspects from a store break-in on Tuesday.The burglaries happened in Queens and Brooklyn.On Monday, March 15 at 2:30 a.m. the group of four men broke into a Payomatic on 5th Avenue.They used something to break the glass of the front door to gain entry.Once inside, they tried to remove an ATM before taking off with nothing in a white SUV.Later that same morning at 4:40 a.m., they broke the glass to the front door of EZ RX Pharmacy on 4th Avenue.They got away with $30,000 in prescription pills before taking off on 4th Avenue in that white SUV.On Tuesday, March 23 at 4:54 a.m. they used a crowbar to break into Health Quest RX Pharmacy on 31 Avenue.They tried to take prescription pills, but took off without them in a gray BMW.Friday, March 26 at 4:26 a.m. the group used a piece of lumber to break into the Corner...
    Julius Erving, one of the greatest players in the history of the Nets, isn’t happy with how Brooklyn has assembled its team during the 2020-21 NBA season. Erving made an appearance on Philadelphia 76ers guard Danny Green’s podcast called "Inside the Green Room" and he talked about how the Nets are "buying" their way into becoming a championship team. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "It’s reminiscent of how the Yankees used to do it all the time. They load up -- they call it ‘buying a championship.’ The Lakers are known for doing that too," Erving said via NBC Sports Philadelphia. "They’re getting all these pieces … they don’t know at the end of the season what it’s going to look like or what it’s going to feel like, but they’re going to be formidable," Erving continued. "You’ve got a team with six former All-Stars, and three [All-NBA] guys who have been there and succeeded in the playoffs." NETS' STEVE NASH MAKES POWERFUL STATEMENT ON DAUNTE WRIGHT SHOOTING: 'IT’S UNACCEPTABLE' As of Wednesday, the Nets (37-17) were tied...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Police say a pair of burglars have been breaking into businesses in the Bronx, stealing alcohol, candy and cash. The suspects first struck on March 17, then three times in one morning a week later, police say. READ MORE: Infamous Ponzi Schemer Bernie Madoff Dies In Prison At 82 In the first incident, police said one man forced his way into Monte’s Brick Oven restaurant on Alexander Avenue through a window, while the other acted as a lookout. They made off with $60 worth of Hennessy and $300 in case and fled the scene in a silver four-door sedan. (Credit: NYPD) Then a week later, the suspects allegedly threw a brick through the front door of Rely on Us Car Service on Jackson Avenue. They ran into an employee inside and left empty handed. READ MORE: Plus-Up Stimulus Checks Going Out To Those Who Were Underpaid Just under two hours later, police said they broke into Good Time Deli and Grill on Alexander Avenue and stole $48 in Peanut M&M’s, $450 in cash and a cash...
    SHAUN Wane has told players left out of the England squad to show their talents for longer. Jake Connor and Gareth Widdop are the two headline omissions from the national boss’ latest party, which will finally work with him on the field. SWPIX.COM 3 Jake Connor has been left out of the latest England squad Marc Sneyd, Jake Trueman and Jake Bibby have also not been selected despite fine early season showings. But Wane, who made no changes from his group named in November, insists the door is not closed ahead of June’s match against the Combined Nations All Stars. If they play well enough for long enough, they will be in. Wane said: “Jake Connor and Gareth have been good in the opening two rounds. Jake Trueman’s been impressive. “But we’re still two games in and it’s very early days yet. I don’t know what people expect but for me to make changes after two games in crazy. 3 National boss Shaun Wane insists the door is not closed “However, I expect there to be lots of...
    You probably know that savings accounts up to $250,000 are protected by the federal government. And you’re probably aware that if someone uses your credit card, you’re liable for only the first $50 they spend. Tax & Retirement Tips But—and as if there aren’t enough things to worry about these days—the $20.6 trillion that Americans hold in 401(k) and 401(k)-like accounts generally come with no similar guarantees of safety. And cyber theft of these assets is on the rise. Read: How to prevent fraud from ruining your retirement The federal government’s Government Accountability Office (GAO) asked the Labor Department Monday to tighten rules that protect both your money and personal information like Social Security, date of birth and investment account numbers. The Labor Department regulates 401(k) and other popular retirement plans. Cyber thieves always seem to be a step ahead of the good guys, and the GAO said that until better technical and legal protections for investors are put in place, “participants’ data and assets will remain at risk.” The GAO report called it “imperative that industry and...
    FOUR puppies were stolen at knifepoint after masked robbers forced their way into a flat in Sheffield.  Detectives are appealing for information after the four-week old mongrel pups were taken from an apartment in the Smelter Wood Road area of the city last week. 5One of the four-week old pups stolen at knifepoint in Sheffield last weekCredit: Sheffield Police 5Police have issued an appeal for anyone who knows the dogs to come forwardCredit: Sheffield Police Two masked robbers entered the property at 6.30pm on February 22 while the owner of the puppies was asleep, police said.  When he confronted them, the thieves threatened him with a knife before leaving the flat with the pups.  No one was injured during the incident, South Yorkshire Police confirmed. The Force is urging anyone with information on the whereabouts of the four pups to come forward. It comes just days after a dognapper gang dragged a woman out of her car by her hair as they attempted to steal her pup in Sheffield. A van driver got out of his vehicle, approached...
    (CNN)You know when you dig into a grapefruit and, suddenly, its juice squirts you in the eye?There's a word for it. Hello, orbisculate.It's a word that the Krieger family of Boston is trying to get into the dictionary in honor on their funny, whimsical dad. Neil Krieger passed away due to complications from Covid-19, and his family is taking a non-traditional approach to celebrating his life."I was trying to tell people about my dad and how he was really funny, creative and very original and always could see the humor and the bright side of the situation. I kept on coming back to the word orbisculate as a way to sort of capture that," Hilary Krieger, Neil's daughter, told CNN. "There's something about creating this word that just felt like it captured him and it was really fun."The quest to get orbisculate into the dictionary is more about the journey than the destination, something her father would appreciate, Hilary said. It's a fitting way to remember her dad -- a former scientist -- and find a way to be close...
    A pair of armed robbers had dressed up as plumbers in order to gain entry into a Bronx apartment, where police say they spent the next 15 hours beating and torturing two men with a hot iron.  According to the NYPD, the violent home invasion took place at around 3pm on Monday at a residence near East 227th Street and Barnes Avenue. Surveillance video captured two men in surgical masks standing outside the home, wearing matching reflective work vests and carrying a tool box. Two men dressed as plumbers to gain entry into a Bronx apartment, where police say they spent 15 hours beating and torturing two victims, one of whom was burned with a hot iron Police said the con men knocked on the door, claiming they were there to fix the plumbing.  As soon as the intruders were inside, they threatened the two men, ages 28 and 35, who were inside the apartment with a gun, tied them up and demanded money.   The New York City Police Department is seeking the public's assistance in identifying the following...
    The long, strange ride that has been the 2020-21 men’s basketball season for the Long Island University Sharks is coming to a close this week. Unless, of course, head coach Derek Kellogg’s team can find its way into the upcoming Northeast Conference Tournament. The Sharks kept their postseason hopes alive last weekend, sweeping a two-game set from visiting Central Connecticut State on Saturday and Sunday.
    FALLING pregnant at 19 wasn't Tracy Kiss' plan - but she's delighted she did. The 30-year-old personal trainer and blogger, from Buckinghamshire, believes women who give birth in their teens make BETTER mothers than those in their 30s. 7 Tracy Kiss believes teen mums make better first-time parents than older women She claims young mums snap back into shape quicker, have more energy and relate more easily to their children, meaning they're better behaved and happier. Tracy has shared her controversial views following new British Pregnancy Advisory Service figures that show teen pregnancies are at their lowest level in a quarter of a century. Researchers put this down to Gen-Z having less sex as a result of increased interaction online, drinking less alcohol and wider pressure around exams and future achievement. Here, Tracy tells Fabulous Digital why she believes being a teen mum is a good thing...  7 Tracy have birth to daughter Millisent when she was 19Credit: Supplied My first pregnancy wasn’t planned - it was actually the last thing in the world I expected to happen. I was...
    Prozac that finds its way into waterways could be wiping out fish's personality, according to a new study out of Australia. More than 250 million antidepressant prescriptions are filled in the US every year, including 20 million for Prozac, known generically as fluoxetine. Traces of the drug typically get into the water when people go to the bathroom, since sewage treatment plants typically don't filter them out. Guppies exposed to levels of fluoxetine found in waterways near sewage plants exhibited 'an enormous drop' in variability, and all displaying similar behavioral traits.  'For fish populations to thrive in the face of environmental change, members of a group need to behave differently from each other,' they said.  'If a fish makes the wrong decision and dies, some others will survive by taking different actions.' Scroll down for video Researchers exposed guppies to levels of fluoxetine, known commercially as Prozac, that are similar to whats found in waterways near sewage plants Because they're so ubiquitous, antidepressants are the most-documented drugs contaminating waterways. Numerous studies have examined the effects of antidepressants, specifically fluoxetine,...
    Post-riot accounts from last Wednesday reveal that not only did President Trump egg on supporters who wreaked havoc in the Capitol – but he was glued to the television as the events unfolded, incapable of responding to desperate pleas to use influence to stop it and enjoying seeing it unfold. There were two major areas where the president fell dramatically short of what was being asked of him: using his personal popularity with his followers to urge them to vacate the Capitol immediately; and using the vast powers of his office to try to speed a federal response.  But when key current and former aides and family members tried to reach him, he was 'busy enjoying the spectacle,' according to a Washington Post account. President Donald Trump called his pre-riot remarks 'totally appropriate' President Donald Trump was glued to the television at the White House as his supporters ransacked the Capitol As the historic mob invasion of the U.S. seat of legislative government unfolded, a variety of people with influence over Trump sought to get to him to...
    President TrumpDonald TrumpWarnock defeats Loeffler in Georgia Senate runoff The Memo: Georgia voters deliver blow to Trump Eric Trump warns of primary challenges for Republicans who don't object to election results MORE on Wednesday turned on his own vice president, bashing Mike PenceMichael (Mike) Richard PenceTrump attorney Jay Sekulow refutes claims of Pence authority over electors Trump election fight puts Pence in no-win situation Pence aide pushes back on Navarro claim that VP could delay election certification MORE for declining to illegally overturn the result of the election just as pro-Trump protesters stormed the Capitol building. "Mike Pence didn’t have the courage to do what should have been done to protect our Country and our Constitution, giving States a chance to certify a corrected set of facts, not the fraudulent or inaccurate ones which they were asked to previously certify. USA demands the truth!" Trump tweeted. Mike Pence didn’t have the courage to do what should have been done to protect our Country and our Constitution, giving States a chance to certify a corrected set of facts, not the fraudulent or inaccurate...
    Donald Trump has barely started turning the rally crowd toward the Capitol building, but the white supremacist militias weren’t bothering to attend Trump’s repetition of lies about election fraud. They just went straight to the part about rampaging and pillaging. xBREAKING: Trump supporters have breached the Capitol building, tearing down 4 layers of security fencing and are attempting to occupy the building — fighting federal police who are overrun This is the craziest thing I’ve ever seen in my life. Thousands, police can’t stop them pic.twitter.com/VVdTUwV5YN— ELIJAH SCHAFFER (@ElijahSchaffer) January 6, 2021 The Madison LOC building is being evacuated after Trump supporters breeched security and ran past police.  Militia have not breached the actual Capitol building. After knocking down four layers of security fence, they have, for now, been forced back behind a temporary fence. This is exactly what Donald Trump promised his supporters. And exactly what he wanted. Trump is continuing to lead tens of thousands toward the building, strangely not calling for the National Guard or military to step in. The attempt to hold a coup in the courts failed. The attempt to...
    A crowd of about 50 maskless anti-lockdown protesters stormed into a Los Angeles grocery in a stunning show of defiance against local coronavirus restrictions.   Police responded to calls about the unruly crowd at the Erewhon Market in the city's Fairfax district on Tuesday afternoon.  Video showed staff attempting to block off the entrance to the store as dozens of maskless people tried to shove their way in.  The incident came just as Governor Gavin Newsom extended California's regional stay-at-home order amid a devastating surge in coronavirus cases, with hospitalizations in Los Angeles County growing ten-fold in the last two months.  Scroll down for video  A crowd of about 50 maskless anti-lockdown protesters stormed into an Erewhon Market in Los Angeles on Tuesday in a stunning show of defiance against local coronavirus restrictions Video showed staff attempting to block off the entrance to the store as dozens of maskless people tried to shove their way in Protesters were also filmed berating staff and customers inside the supermarket I was just trying to buy some groceries at @ErewhonMarket...
    Rural community reflects Black American unease, challenges with COVID-19 vaccines EXCLUSIVE: Dominion sends letters threatening defamation lawsuits to Sean Hannity, Maria Bartiromo, Lou Dobbs, and other pro-Trump media figures Stock Market Today: Stocks Whisper Their Way Into the Long Weekend Thursday's shortened session was a calm, low-volume affair. While certainly unusual for 2020, it was typical for a Christmas Eve. © Provided by Kiplinger Also unsurprising was the latest development on the COVID stimulus front: House Republicans shot down a Democrat proposal that would raise the value of forthcoming stimulus checks from $600 per American to $2,000 – a response to President Donald Trump's abrupt dismissal of Congress' bargain bill. SEE MORE The 21 Best Stocks to Buy for 2021 But most analysts aren't deterred: "The stock market believes a stimulus deal of some sort will happen, but the details of what's inside and when it happens have been a low priority for markets for quite some time," says David Bahnsen, chief investment officer of California-based The Bahnsen Group. Traders on Thursday didn't seem panicked – the Dow...
    OAKLAND — Three people have been arrested and charged in connection with a Sept. 28 home invasion robbery and fatal shooting, court records show. Stephen Head, 19, of Tracy, and Gregory Ignacio, 43, have been charged with murdering 29-year-old Daniel Lucero, while Dominick Glover, 18, has been charged with attempted murder for allegedly shooting a 26-year-old man who survived. All three also face robbery charges and are being held in Santa Rita Jail in Dublin without bail, court records show. The shooting happened about 10:20 p.m. after gunman burst into a home on the 1700 block of Church Street, stealing cash from Lucero. The robbery identified by police as Head threatened to kill Lucero, and he ran from the residence. Two of the robbers — allegedly Head and Ignacio — shot and killed him as he fled. Moments later, Glover allegedly shot the second victim multiple times as he sat in his car. Later that night, a woman cried out when she arrived at the scene. “Oh my God,” she yelled. “I knew it was my son, I (expletive) knew...
    Folds of Honor founder and F-16 fighter pilot Lt. Col. Dan Rooney is firing up his plane and flying across America to get the real stories behind the success of some of the most influential figures of our day. The New Fox Nation series "Fly Into the Wind" provides a glimpse into the hurdles faced by stars, athletes and other familiar faces on their climb to the top.  FOLDS OF HONOR RAISES MILLIONS FOR FAMILIES OF FALLEN SERVICE MEMBERS "As a fighter pilot, we always take off into the wind because it's the resistance [we need] to ascend," Rooney told "Fox & Friends" on Tuesday. "The concept of the show and the book are exactly that. Our lives are no different and ... it's these challenging moments that God places in our path that ultimately helps us climb to the highest level." The "inspirational series" features unfiltered accounts from former professional golfer and broadcaster David Feherty, Olympic swimmer Dara Torres, football legend Herschel Walker, and other prominent figures. Feherty divulges the personal struggles and unimaginable tragedy he faced while becoming one of golf's most popular figures. Torres...
    It may seem hard to believe, but not that long ago, using brand names in a crossword puzzle was frowned up. For example, Eugene T. Maleska, editor of the New York Times crossword from 1977 to 1993, allowed them only to be used sparingly and reluctantly in puzzles he published. These days, of course, brand names are recognized as an integral part of crosswords -- we see UBER and SONY and EBAY all the time in real life, so of course it's fun to stumble upon them in a crossword as well. Naturally, crossword writers have embraced this trend, since it gives us many otherwise-uncluable short words to liven up our grids. OREO is the all-time king, with 322 (!) appearances in the Times since 1993, and IKEA, ATARI, and AVIA (the sneaker brand) have helped us out of many tricky corners as well. Last month, crossword writers shed a tear or two when the much-hyped streaming platform QUIBI shut down after a mere six months, since we were looking forward to a fresh Q-word. We can still use QUIBI,...
    Anti-mask demonstrators successfully weaseled their way into an Ikea in California over the weekend, flouting the store’s and city’s mask mandates and infuriating other rule-abiding customers who had waited in line for their chance to shop.  Hide The demonstration took place Sunday, Oct. 11 at the Ikea in Burbank, California. Sebastian Gurdel uploaded footage to YouTube the following day.  Hide The video shows dozens of customers lined up and snaked around a barricade outside Ikea, where they must pass an employee before being allowed into the store. Customers were ostensibly required to wear masks and social distance while shopping. A maskless man and woman approach the Ikea employee and appear to protest the mask rule, though their conversation is inaudible.  “So it seems like they’re making exceptions for them if they get their temperature taken,” the man filming the video, ostensibly Gurdel, says. Hide Hide Gurdel then pans the camera down the line to reveal a troupe of anti-maskers who seem intent on proving a point to their fellow Ikea shoppers.  “They’re Trump supporters,” Gurdel says. “You can tell...
    Medical supply chains failed, and deaths followed Restaurants and bars owned by celebrities Relegated to the shadows by scandal, the Astros are playing their way back into the spotlight LOS ANGELES — There’s no way to say this gently, so here it is: the Houston Astros won again. Maybe you didn’t hear. Maybe you didn’t want to. On a warm Tuesday afternoon at Dodger Stadium, they’d drawn the JV start time (again). Then they continued along, tucked as they’ve been into a corner of baseball’s postseason, polishing their farmers’ tans, suppering at reasonable hours, bangin’ out the ol’ nine to five, starting over tomorrow. Once not so long ago they were baseball’s sexiest team. They were the young stars. They were the charismatic, familiar and decorated veterans. They were the little team that rose from humiliating seasons, those fed into a furnace for the good of the process, for the good of the rebuild, and then folks could not get enough of them. Their scheme spawned copycats. General managers viewed a long, steady (and well-sold) plan as, among other...
    Farmers with 'Boer Lives Matter' banners have stormed a South African court and fired shots as they tried to force their way into cells holding two murder suspects. Thousands of protesters thronged outside the Senekal Magistrate's Court in the Free State today as Sekwetje Isaiah Mahlamba, 32, and Sekola Piet Matlaletsa, 44, appeared before a judge. The men are accused of torturing 21-year-old farm manager Brendin Horner, whose lifeless body was found covered in blood and tied to a post on remote farmland outside the town of Paul Roux on Friday. Following the latest in a string of attacks on white farmers, up to 3,000 descended on Senekal, with one group turning violent and forcing their way into the holding cells. A police van outside the court was overturned and set alight and the court building itself was also damaged.  Scroll down for video.  Demonstrators hold 'Boer Lives Matter' banners in front of an overturned police van outside the court in Senekal, Free State, on Tuesday Footage purportedly taken inside the holding cells of the court show guards attempting to...
    Police say that two brothers were killed in a gunfight after they forced their way into a home in a suburb of Chicago, Illinois. The brothers allegedly walked up to the home in Waukegan at about 10 a.m. on Tuesday armed with one revolver and forced their way in when a woman who was renting the home answered the door. She was babysitting a toddler at the time and began screaming for help. Waukegan Police say that a man who rents a downstairs room at the home heard the screams, grabbed his pistol, and ran to investigate. The man shot one of the brothers who dropped the gun after being hit. The other brother then retrieved the gun and began dragging his brother out of the house. The renter went back to grab a loaded assault rifle and engaged in a gunfight with the second brother. Multiple shots were fired on both sides. Both brothers were found dead on the lawn by police at...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – What was meant to be a protest turned into a party after a plan fell through to rebuild the Minneapolis Police 3rd precinct. The city reached an impasse on a new $1.2 million temporary headquarters along Minnehaha Avenue. A block party was held in the parking lot next to the proposed site of the new 3rd Police Precinct Wednesday night. It was organized by a newly formed group called Seward Police Abolition, which is made up of community members from the Seward and Longfellow neighborhoods in the 3rd precinct. Local vendors sold products and there were several speakers. It was a time of celebration because this group believes they put enough pressure on the landlord of the proposed site to bow out. “We have something hopeful that has just happened,” said Teygaen Hartman, one of the block party attendees, “We know the works not done, we still have so much to do, but we got to celebrate the small victories.” “It’s a wonderful sight to see of our community celebrating because we made this happen,” said Robin Wonsley, one of...
    A father and daughter were killed along with their friend when a wrong-way driver plowed into their car in Long Island yesterday. Ruben Sanchez-Flores, 67, and Ivis Sanchez-Cordova, 34, died in a crash when 33-year-old Marvin Balcaseres's sedan crashed into their Nissan SUV, causing flames to burst into the air and debris to scatter across the road. Balcasere drove the wrong way down the Southern State Parkway for less than a minute, police believe, when he crashed into Mr Sanchez-Flores at around 5.10am. He died in the crash, which also killed the father, daughter and daughter's colleague  Edith Magana, 56, on the road notorious for accidents. A father and daughter were killed along with their friend when a wrong-way driver plowed into their car on the Southern State Parkway in Long Island yesterday RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next South Dakota Attorney General calls cops to report hitting a... Federal probe is launched into 2019 death of a black man in... Share this article Share Mr Sanchez-Flores's other daughter Nadia Sanchez-Cordova, 44, was...
    This is the frightening moment two brothers were kidnapped from their Cancún home in broad daylight by three armed men.  The shocking incident took place Tuesday afternoon in the 232nd region of Cancún. The family told investigators that the kidnapping was sparked by the siblings' refusal to comply with an extortion payment required by a criminal organization in order to freely operate their shop.  Authorities did not release the names of the two missing men. 
    The Chinese consulate in Houston has been raided by U.S. officials, shortly after it officially closed for business. The consulate, which Donald Trump forced to close on Wednesday, was a hot bed of spies and was being used to steal medical research, according to reports.  Beijing was told that the consulate must cease operations by Friday. On Friday afternoon, hours after the consulate officially closed, a group of men who appeared to be U.S. officials were seen forcing open a back door of the consulate.  The back door of the Chinese consulate in Houston was forced open on Friday afternoon Teams of what appeared to be U.S. officials barged their way into the empty building According to a Reuters witness, consulate staff had exited the building shortly after 4pm and left in vehicles. The back door was then forced open.   Chinese authorities have called on Washington to reverse its decision as it said the closure of the diplomatic office was 'breaking down the friendship bridge.' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Chinese diplomats start burning documents...
    North Carolina sheriff's deputies said a homeowner shot and wounded a home intruder Saturday night — which led to the arrests of four people, including one for drug trafficking, WLOS-TV reported. What are the details?The homeowner told Macon County Sheriff's Deputies that a woman knocked on his door — and that when he answered a man tried to force his way inside his home, the station reported. But this homeowner decided to exercise his Second Amendment rights and was armed and ready, shooting the male intruder in the arm, after which three suspects escaped in a car, WLOS reported. Their flight from the scene apparently didn't last too long, as the trio — Natasha Kerberg, Carmelita Pike, and Kenneth Lawrence — were later arrested, the station said. They admitted to law enforcement that they were trying to rob the homeowner for money to buy heroin, WLOS reported. The information they divulged also led to the drug trafficking arrest of Dean Myers, the station said.
    A BRITISH pensioner was murdered after two men tricked their way into her home in the Costa Blanca to steal £540. A Dutchman, 49, and a Spaniard, 33, were arrested after a long investigation into the 70-year-old’s death during a violent robbery at her home south of Alicante. 1Police in the Spanish home of a British pensioner who was killed during a robbery last November Cops say one of the men was a friend of the victim and was let into the home by the woman before he, along with his accomplice, stole £540 (€600) cash from the house. The pensioner received a fatal blow to the chest as they fled the crime scene on November 18 last year in Granja de Rocamora in the Vega Baja del Segura region. Both men are being held in prison on suspicion of homicide and robbery with violence. A spokesman for the Civil Guard said the men were arrested after “months” of investigating. He said: “It was a female friend who alerted police after discovering her body on the floor with apparent signs...
    CHICAGO (CBS)– Now that elective surgeries are being preformed in Illinois, the University of Chicago is leading the way for how those procedures are being scheduled. Doctors there came up with a formula that’s now being used at hospitals all over the world. Dr. Vivek Prachand said 21 different factors are taken into consideration to decide which surgeries should be done and which should be done first. “The surgeon, to really think about would two weeks, would a two-week delay period impact how the disease would progress, would it make the disease worse or would it make the surgery more difficult to perform,” he said. While some patients are eager to get their medical treatment started, others are a little hesitant to go into a hospital. Especially during a time when people are being told to stay home whenever possible. Communication with patients becomes even more important. “We have this scoring system that really does take their safety and their risk into account,” Prachand said. “They’re not just being called in because we want to get their procedure done, but...
    ALAMEDA, Calif. -- Camilo Landau, an East Bay musician, had several live gigs planned for this year, but the COVID-19 pandemic shut down all concerts and live performances indefinitely."It is devastating to the music industry. We're not going out and playing and it felt important to stay creative," said Landau.But Landau has found another performance stage...a porch. In Alameda, Calif., porch concerts are giving community musicians a new chance to perform in front of neighbors and in fact, anyone passing by."Getting out here and pushing sound vibrations through the air. Even if we do it once a week, just for fun, it doesn't matter. We can make music right now in this dark time," Landau adds."It is a really neat way to unite all of us and let each of us in our communities feel close at this time," said Irene Nexica, organizer of the Alameda Porch Concerts. "It is allowing them (musicians) a place to have an audience and build a community. I love the idea of these concerts and getting together, but we have to get together in...
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