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    WESTMINSTER, Colo. (CBS4) – The Westminster community and enthusiasts watching a Bald Eagle family at Standley Lake Regional Park are mourning the loss of two eaglets. The Standley Lake Regional Park Facebook page says the eaglets “SL2 and SL3” were about 2 or 3 weeks old. The group says the babies were “easily visible above the nest rim, had been eating fine and were very well-cared for by their parents.” Then, watchers noticed the nest was inactive, in fact, the eaglets hadn’t been spotted for 24 hours. The mother, known as F420, was also seen only feeding herself. Colorado Parks and Wildlife sent officers to look on the ground for any eaglet carcasses, but didn’t find any. At this point, it’s not clear how the eaglets died. The same parents suffered another tragic loss in May of 2021 when the tree their nest was in split, and the nest fell with their eaglet inside. The eaglet did not survive. (credit: Standley Lake Regional Park) “After the tragic loss of last year’s eaglet, we had really hoped for a successful nesting...
    OAKLAND — A Pittsburg man was sentenced Monday to 28 years to life in prison for murdering a man while he tried to make off with the victim’s bicycle. Curtis Standley was convicted last year of second degree murder in the 2017 shooting death of 44-year-old Jason Coleman. He testified at trial that he felt threatened for his life, an allegation prosecutors called “a lie” and another reason why he deserved the maximum 43 years to life sentence. In letters to the court, members of Coleman’s family described him as a caring man and artist who amassed a huge Jazz collection and obsessively tracked down samples behind “Golden age hip-hop” beats. Lauren Gerber, Coleman’s “partner and friend of 24 years,” wrote her life hasn’t been the same since he was killed nearly five years ago. “When I imagined my future, Jason was always there,” Gerber wrote. “When I would hear the train whistling through Oakland, I knew Jason could hear it wherever he was. Now when I hear the train whistle I am filled with an overwhelming sense of loneliness...
    OAKLAND — An Oakland man was convicted of second-degree murder in the September 2017 death of a man who was shot while chasing the defendant, who was making off with the victim’s bicycle, prosecutors announced. Curtis Standley, 32, was convicted Dec. 13 of murdering 44-year-old Jason Coleman, as well as being a felon in possession of a firearm. He faces 40 years to life in prison, and is set to be sentenced in February 2022. Standley fatally shot Coleman on 42nd Street between Martin Luther King Jr. Way and Telegraph Avenue in Oakland after Coleman and two of his friends chased after Standley in an attempt to retrieve Coleman’s bicycle. According to multiple eyewitnesses, Standley wheeled around and pointed a gun at the three friends, then shot Coleman in the chest. One of Coleman’s friends, testifying at a preliminary hearing in 2018, said after the shooting he told Coleman he believed it was just a pellet gun. He said Coleman responded, “No, it was definitely not a pellet. He hit me with something,” and began to feel his chest. He...
    OAKLAND (CBS SF) — On Monday, a jury found Curtis Standley guilty of the second-degree murder of Jason Coleman with the use of a firearm. On September 14th, 2017 on 42nd Street between Martin Luther King Jr. Way and Telegraph Avenue in Oakland, the then 28 year old defendant stole 44 year old Coleman’s bicycle and began riding away with it. Coleman, along with two other witnesses, chased after the defendant in an attempt to get the bike back. The defendant fell off the bike, allowing for two of the witnesses to catch up. READ MORE: San Jose Robbery Crew Suspects Charged With Hate Crimes Targeting Asian AmericansImmediately when the two witnesses caught up to him, Standley pulled out a revolver and pointed it at one of them. When Coleman arrived a short time later, the defendant turned and shot him once in the cest. Standley fled from the scene towards Telegraph Avenue. Paramedics arrived on scene shortly after and took Coleman to Highland Hospital, where he was later pronounced dead. READ MORE: Ex-Worker Accused Of Embezzling $2M From Marin...
    WESTMINSTER, Colo. (Colo. ) — An eaglet died in Colorad on Thursday, after an old cottonwood tree split down the middle — causing the nest to collapse. The eaglet had just turned five weeks old and was beginning to stretch its wings, but was not expected to fledge the nest until late summer. This was the only remaining bald eagle nest at Standley Lake Regional Park. Eaglet “SL1” in the nest with a parent on May 6, 2021. (credit: Standley Lake Regional Park) “Our hearts are heavy,” park officials wrote on Facebook. “We mourn with all of you today and understand how painful it has been to watch the tragic events transpire at this nest over the last year.” READ MORE: Tax Refunds Delayed As May 17 Filing Deadline Arrives Officials say winds were not high at the time, but the tree was old — “mostly dead and decayed.” Eaglet “SL1” in the nest with a parent on May 13, 2021. (credit: Standley Lake Regional Park) The eaglet, known as “SL1” will be moved to the National Eagle Repository at Rocky...
    WESTMINSTER, Colo. (Colo. ) — An eaglet died in Westminster on Thursday, after an old cottonwood tree split down the middle –causing the nest to collapse. The eaglet had just turned five weeks old and was beginning to stretch its wings, but was not expected to fledge the nest until late summer. This was the only remaining bald eagle nest at Standley Lake Regional Park. Eaglet “SL1” in the nest with a parent on May 6, 2021. (credit: Standley Lake Regional Park) “Our hearts are heavy,” park officials wrote on Facebook. “We mourn with all of you today and understand how painful it has been to watch the tragic events transpire at this nest over the last year.” READ MORE: Five Things To Know About Traveling To The Top Of Pikes Peak In 2021 Officials say winds were not high at the time, but the tree was old — “mostly dead and decayed.” Eaglet “SL1” in the nest with a parent on May 13, 2021. (credit: Standley Lake Regional Park) The eaglet, known as “SL1” will be moved to the National...
    TikTok home inspector Bryan Standley reveals hidden problems in flipped houses. @bryanstandley/TikTok Home inspector Bryan Standley has become TikTok-famous for roasting flipped houses. In his videos, Standley highlights ways that house flippers can slip up and cut corners. A lack of receipts for work done on a house could indicate costly hidden problems, Standley said. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. If you're looking to buy a recently renovated home, make sure you ask to see receipts first. A lack of receipts for work done on a house can be a sign that a home has not been properly renovated and may require costly repairs in the future, TikTok-famous home inspector Bryan Standley told Insider. When licensed and qualified tradespeople work on a home, they usually provide a receipt for the work performed, according to Standley, whose videos have been liked more than 1.1 million times since he joined TikTok in January 2020.  "Being a house flipper does not automatically make a person qualified to perform every type of work a home needs," he told Insider. "Be sure that...
    TikTok home inspector Bryan Standley reveals hidden problems in recently renovated kitchens. @bryanstandley/TikTok Home inspector Bryan Standley has become TikTok-famous for roasting flipped houses. In his videos, Standley highlights ways that house flippers slip up and cut corners. Homebuyers should open every kitchen cabinet to identify costly installation issues, Standley said. Home inspector Bryan Standley has become a TikTok sensation for exposing the different ways that house flippers can cut corners to save time and money. Based in Kansas City, Missouri, Standley has inspected thousands of homes over the course of his career and joined TikTok in January 2020 to share his tips and experiences. His videos have been viewed over 1 million times at the time of publication. When it comes to kitchens, improperly installed cabinets are one of the biggest hidden problems Standley encounters. Popular Articles Average 401(k) balance Best online high-yield savings accounts Best CD rates Best rewards credit cards Average stock market returns
    TikTok-famous home inspector Bryan Standley recommends that everyone purchase a low-level carbon monoxide detector. @bryanstandley/Tiktok; Alexander Rathers/Shutterstock Home inspector Bryan Standley has become TikTok-famous for exposing hidden problems in houses. Homeowners should always buy a low-level carbon monoxide detector, Standley told Insider. Standard detectors won't alert homeowners to low gas levels that can cause health problems, he said. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Bryan Standley has become a TikTok sensation for revealing all of the hidden problems that houses can have. Based in Kansas City, Missouri, Standley has inspected thousands of homes throughout his career and joined TikTok in January 2020 to share his tips and experiences. His videos have been liked over 928,000 times at the time of writing. One hidden problem Standley always reminds his clients about is carbon monoxide, he told Insider. While carbon monoxide detection is outside the scope of a typical home inspection, Standley and his team always look for indications that something might be leaking the odorless and colorless gas. Often called the "silent killer," carbon monoxide can be lethal in...
    Apparently there are no more hard feelings in Colorado’s most famous bald eagles’ nest, despite the domestic disturbance that captivated Westminster and environs last spring. Last week at the Standley Lake Regional Park & Wildlife Refuge, a female known as F420 laid an egg, the product of a union with a male whose previous mate fled the nest last spring. Not that the former female of the nest had much choice after F420 attacked her, took over the place and sent her packing, never to be seen again. That drama was closely followed via Westminster’s Eagle Cam, which focuses on the nest 24/7 and has night vision. Now fans of the Standley Lake bald eagles are eagerly awaiting the emergence of the new eaglet, which should occur in about four weeks. F420 laid a second egg Tuesday evening. Video of both happy events is posted on the park’s Facebook page. The male and his former mate are known at Standley Lake as Dad and Mom. The usurping bird, F420, got her name because the F stands for female and she...
    TikTok home inspector Bryan Standley reveals hidden problems in flipped houses. Left: @bryanstandley/TikTok; Right: Savelov Maksim/Shutterstock Home inspector Bryan Standley has become TikTok-famous for roasting flipped houses. Homeowners should look closely at the underside of their roof when inspecting an attic, Standley told Insider. If you see rusty nails, you may have moisture issues that could cost thousands to fix and cause health issues. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. An attic is often a place where things are placed out of sight: think boxes of school papers, baby clothes, and old mattresses. It is also a place where house flippers can cut corners, according to home inspector and TikTok sensation Bryan Standley. Based in Kansas City, Standley has inspected thousands of homes throughout his career and joined TikTok in January 2020 to share his tips and experiences. His videos have been liked over 615,000 times at the time of writing. "The attic is going to be a place where you're going to find a lot of hidden problems because flippers are not trying to make the attic pretty,"...
    Home inspector Bryan Standley roasts flipped houses on TikTok. @bryanstandley/TikTok Home inspector Bryan Standley has become TikTok-famous for roasting flipped houses. In his videos, Standley highlights ways that house flippers slip up and cut corners. A lack of receipts for renovations is often a sign of hidden problems, Standley told Insider.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Home inspector Bryan Standley has become a TikTok sensation after exposing the different ways that house flippers can cut corners to save time and money. Based in Kansas City, Missouri, Standley has inspected thousands of homes over the course of his career, reviewing everything from roofs to electrical systems. Inspired by a friend, the 35-year-old inspector joined TikTok in January 2020 to share his tips and experiences. He now has over 28,000 followers, and his videos have been liked more than 585,000 times at the time of writing. While many things can go wrong in a home, Standley told Insider that there is one main red flag he looks out for in a recently flipped house: a lack of any receipts or documentation...
    TikTok home inspector Bryan Standley reveals hidden problems in flipped houses. @bryanstandley/TikTok Home inspector Bryan Standley has become TikTok-famous for roasting flipped houses. Homeowners should look closely at their dishwasher when inspecting a kitchen, Standley told Insider. If the dishwashed isn't installed properly, it could get costly and lead to drainage issues. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Home inspector Bryan Standley has become a TikTok sensation for exposing the different ways that house flippers can cut corners to save time and money. Based in Kansas City, Missouri, Standley, 35, has inspected thousands of homes over the course of his career and joined TikTok in January 2020 to share his tips and experiences.  When it comes to kitchens, improperly installed dishwashers are the biggest hidden problem Standley encounters. He spoke to Insider about how dishwashers can turn a home into a money sink down the road and shared his tips for how to identify installation issues.Poorly installed dishwashers at best require additional servicing and at worst can damage a kitchenTypically, dishwashers are last element of a kitchen to be finalized,...
    Home inspector Bryan Standley identifies hidden problems in houses that can turn them into money sinks. @bryanstandley/TikTok Home inspector Bryan Standley has become TikTok-famous for revealing hidden problems in houses. Foundation movement can cost homeowners thousands of dollars to repair, Standley told Insider. Standley recommends 2 simple tricks homeowners can use to spot a faulty foundation and save money. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Kansas City home inspector Bryan Standley, 35, has become a TikTok sensation for revealing hidden problems that can turn houses into money pits for homebuyers.  Standley has inspected thousands of homes over the course of his career, reviewing everything from roofs to electrical systems. Inspired by a friend, he joined TikTok in January 2020 to share his tips and experiences. He now has over 26,000 followers, and his videos have been liked more than 568,000 times at the time of writing. While many things can go wrong in a home, foundation movement can be among the most expensive, costing thousands of dollars in repairs according to Standley. Foundation movement is when the foundation...
    TikTok home inspector Bryan Standley reveals hidden problems in flipped houses. @bryanstandley/TikTok Home inspector Bryan Standley has become TikTok-famous for roasting flipped houses. In his videos, Standley highlights ways that house flippers slip up and cut corners. Future home buyers should look out for 3 red flags when inspecting a kitchen, Standley told Insider. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Kansas City home inspector Bryan Standley, 35, has become a TikTok sensation for roasting flipped houses. Standley has inspected thousands of houses over the course of his career. Inspired by a friend, he joined TikTok in January 2020 to share his tips and experiences. His videos have been liked over 550,000 times at the time of writing. In one of his most viewed videos, Standley walks viewers through an unoriginal flipped kitchen, highlighting elements that he sees all the time in renovated homes. "If this isn't every flipped house, then I don't know what is," he says. "Look at that kitchen: The gray weathered wood, kind of vinyl flooring, white subway tile, just the most basic kind...
    Bryan Standley is a home inspector who roasts flipped houses on TikTok. @bryanstandley/TikTok Home inspector Bryan Standley has become TikTok-famous for roasting flipped houses. In his videos, Standley highlights ways that house flippers can slip up and cut corners. Future buyers should look out for three red flags before purchasing a flipped home, Standley told Insider. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Home inspector Bryan Standley, 35, has become a TikTok sensation after exposing the different ways that house flippers can cut corners to save time and money. Based in Kansas City, Missouri, Standley has inspected thousands of homes over the course of his career, reviewing everything from roofs to electrical sytems. Inspired by a friend, he joined TikTok in January 2020 to share his tips and experiences. He now has over 23,000 followers, and his videos have been liked more than 550,000 times at the time of writing. While many things can go wrong in a home, Standley told Insider that there are three main red flags he looks out for: 1. A house is being...
    SOUTH SHORE — The activist who fought for the release of videos of a Chicago police officer running over Martina Standley with a police SUV in 2019 had to go to court to get the city to turn them over. A judge ordered them to be turned over in August, but it wasn’t until November — a full year after the incident — that the city released uncensored footage from the incident that injured severely Standley, records show. Activist William Calloway made the videos public last week. The videos, comprised of footage from body cameras worn by police officer Brian K. Greene Jr. and his partner, Maceo C. Taylor, show Standley laying in the street, bleeding from her head and her leg crushed under the SUV’s tire. It was at least eight minutes before paramedics arrived to treat Standley around midnight Nov. 14, 2019, near 71st Street and Jeffery Avenue in South Shore. Upon finding 32-year-old Standley on the ground, the officer driving the marked SUV said to her, “Girl, ain’t nobody hit you like that.” And...
    CHICAGO (AP) — The release of video from an officer’s body camera showing a woman on the ground after being struck by a police SUV marks the second time in less than a month that Chicago police video dating back to 2019 has been made public after the city fought to keep it private. The video released by an activist this week shows Martina Standley approach and apparently touch a searchlight affixed to the SUV in the South Shore neighborhood on Nov. 13, 2019, before she is struck. The officer climbs out and walks around the front of the SUV, where she is bleeding. The officer can be heard saying, “Girl, ain’t nobody hit you like that” before he spots her on the ground and utters an expletive. He then can be heard calling for an ambulance, telling the dispatcher: “A accident, uh, we hit a pedestrian that was banging on the car,” before saying that he’d tried to “put the car in reverse.” The officer asks the woman, “You OK? Can you breathe? Can you talk? He also speaks...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- More than a year after a woman was hit by a Chicago police squad, video from the scene has been released after a community organizer sued the city.Police body cam video showed Martina Standley, 32, approaching the squad car, reach for the light and knock on the windshield. The car then lurched forward and knocked Standley to the ground. This caused her head to hit the pavement and her leg to be pinned under the car. She appeared to be unconscious.The incident took place on Nov. 14, 2019 at 71st and Jeffery on Chicago's South Side. The officer is heard saying he meant to put the car in reverse on his body cam.Standley sued the city and will give her deposition next week."Martina Standley is lucky to be alive today because that officer used that vehicle as a weapon, and Martina did not do anything to provoke that type of response," said Andrew Stroth, Standley's attorney.Standley, who worked as a pizza server, underwent surgery and considerable rehab after the accident but has not been able to return...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Fourteen months after a Chicago police officer ran over 34-year-old Martina Standley with a squad car in the South Shore neighborhood, newly released body camera footage shows officers did little to help her as she lay bleeding on the street for nearly eight minutes before paramedics arrived. Police have said, around 6 p.m. on Nov. 13, 2019, officers were talking with Standley near 71st Street and Jeffery Boulevard, and as they were leaving, her leg somehow got caught and trapped under the passenger-side tire of the squad car, police said. Activist William Calloway said he filed a Freedom of Information Act request for body camera footage of the incident, and had to go to court to get a judge’s order to release the videos. Calloway released two body camera videos on Tuesday, showing police drove into Standley after she started gesturing at their car and grabbing the spotlight on the passenger side. About two minutes into the video, the footage shows the cruiser abruptly pull forward, knocking Standley to the pavement. The two officers then get out of...
    SOUTH SHORE — More than a year after a Chicago Police officer hit and severely injured 34-year-old Martina Standley with a squad car, body cam footage released Tuesday shows Standley laying in the street, bleeding from her head and her leg crushed under the car’s tire. It would be at least eight minutes before paramedics arrived to treat Standley around midnight Nov. 14, 2019 near 71st Street and Jeffery Avenue in South Shore. At points, she appears unresponsive, the video shows. Upon finding Standley on the ground, the driving officer says to her: “Girl, ain’t nobody hit you like that.” And then, with blood visible around her head and her leg under the car’s tire, he says: “Oh sh*t. F*ck,” according to the video. WARNING: GRAPHIC VIDEO The Chicago Police body cam videos were released by activist William Calloway, who filed a Nov. 19, 2019, public records request for footage related to the incident. Chicago Police failed to produce the video until a Cook County judge ordered the videos to be released, about nine months after...
    Walgreens is adding the former leader of rival drugstore chain Rite Aid to its executive team. The company said that John Standley will join Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc. as president, effective immediately. The move comes a month after Walgreens announced that CEO Stefano Pessina will step down and become executive chairman once the drugstore chain finds a replacement for him. The company’s announcement Monday does not indicate whether Standley will be considered for the bigger role. A Walgreens spokesman did not immediately respond to a request for comment from The Associated Press. Standley joins Walgreens more than year after Rite Aid named former insurance executive Heyward Donigan to replace him as CEO. Standley had served as CEO of Camp Hill, Pennsylvania-based Rite Aid Corp. since 2010. The company struggled with losses toward the end of his tenure. Its board had to approve a reverse stock split in early 2019 to lift plummeting share prices and keep the shares on the New York Stock Exchange. Three years ago, Walgreens ended a takeover bid of Rite Aid after the potential deal...
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