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    A Riverside County Superior Court judge has denied a request by two men convicted of killing an elderly Banning man during a robbery more than 30 years ago to be resentenced under a new law that redefines a person’s culpability for murder. David Earl Walker, 51, and Brandon Tyrone Collins, 52, were both convicted in January 1992 of first-degree murder and robbery for the July 3, 1991, death of 77-year-old Wilbur Hutchens. They each were sentenced to 25 years to life in prison. SB 1437, a law that took effect on Jan. 1, 2019, effectively ended the role of the “natural and probable consequences” doctrine, making a person liable for murder only if he or she was the actual killer or a major participant in the underlying crime. Additionally, the person must have acted with reckless indifference toward human life, intended to kill the victim or aided and/or abetted the actual killer in the commission of first-degree murder. Walker and Collins were among hundreds of convicted killers across the state to petition the court to resentence them, claiming their crimes...
    Sen. Susan CollinsSusan Margaret CollinsThe Memo: Democrats hope GOP overplayed hand in Jackson hearings Jackson faces growing GOP opposition on Supreme Court Dems plow toward Supreme Court vote after testy hearing MORE (R-Maine) said on Monday that she plans to speak with Judge Ketanji Brown JacksonKetanji Brown JacksonEliminate television coverage from Supreme Court confirmation hearings Worried about democracy? Pay attention to the states Booker says Jackson was under 'the most outrageous of attacks' during hearings MORE this week, as she weighs whether to support the Supreme Court nominee.  The conversation, which is expected to take place over the phone, comes after Collins met in person earlier this month with Jackson for roughly 90 minutes.  "I plan to have a telephone call with Judge Jackson this week to clarify some of the issues that were raised at the hearing. At this point, over the weekend, I had the opportunity to go through all of the excerpts from the hearing, which was very helpful, and I have a few questions," Collins told reporters.  Collins previously said late last week that she was asking for "clarifications"...
    MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (AP) — Making the quarterfinals at a tournament used to be no big deal for Naomi Osaka. It was only a shock if it didn’t happen. Things are a bit different now. The former world No. 1 has made it through to the quarterfinals at the Miami Open — just the second time she’s managed to advance that deep in any tournament over the last year. Osaka beat Alison Riske of the U.S. 6-3, 6-4 on Monday, moving into a round-of-eight matchup with Danielle Collins. Osaka’s only other quarterfinal appearance in the last year was at an Australian Open warmup tournament in Melbourne in January. Before that, her most recent quarterfinals trip was at Miami a year ago. “It’s really funny for me, because last year here I made it to the quarters, too,” Osaka said. “It was after I won Australia and I wasn’t that grateful. I kind of expected to win.” Wins these days just mean more, after ongoing struggles and time away from the game to deal with her mental health. Her ranking in...
    (CNN)Phil Collins and Genesis performed a final concert Saturday night at London's 02 arena.Collins, who has been dealing with some health issues, was joined by keyboardist Tony Banks and guitarist Mike Rutherford to make the announcement. Collins had performed sitting down.The band had been touring "The Last Domino? Tour" after a 14-year live hiatus.Collins has talked about nerve damage in his hands and has sad he has had trouble drumming. Collins' son Nic filled in for his father during his recent solo tours. Read MoreThe band performed 23 songs in all on the final night.Collins became the lead vocalist of Genesis in 1975. " allowfullscreen>His actress daughter Lily Collins paid tribute to her father on Instagram."Tonite [sic] marks the end of an era. To have witnessed this last show was truly the memory of a lifetime and an event I shall hold in my heart forever. Endlessly grateful doesn't begin to do it justice."So much love was left on that O2 stage and an even bigger amount shared between an audience who didn't want it to end. Thank you @genesis_band...
    THEY offer support and an instant 'breast lift' with no awkward bra lines, so it's perhaps no surprise this boob tape business took off. Twins Charlotte and Samantha Ryder, 30, from Stockport, Greater Manchester, created their company after struggling to find a similar product for bigger breasted women. 6Vicky Pattison is a fan of Perky Pear - an 'instant breast lift' tapeCredit: instagram/perkypearofficial 6Gemma Collins also loves the range - which goes up to a G-cupCredit: instagram/perkypearofficial 6It was created by twins from Stockport who couldn't find a similar product for bigger breasted womenCredit: instagram/perkypearofficial They've gone onto make millions with Perky Pear - counting Gemma Collins, Vicky Pattison, Olivia Bowen, Charlotte Dawson and Josie Gibson among their celeb fans. Samantha, who's an E-cup, came up with the idea when struggling to find an alternative to wearing a bra for someone of her shape. She tells Daily Star: "I had bought a variety of breast lift tapes and adhesive bras but I wasn't getting a lift or a nice shape. "They were uncomfortable and would even sweat off. We wanted to...
    Phil Collins bade an emotional farewell to Genesis fans alongside bandmates Mike Rutherford and Tony Banks in London on Saturday - as the iconic band played their final ever concert. London's 02 provided the backdrop for the band's last show on their The Last Domino? Tour - with frail frontman Phil, 71, telling the crowd he will now have to get a real job. Phil, who performed the show sitting down due to suffering from a number of different health conditions in recent years, later joined Mike, 71, and Tony, 72 for a standing ovation.  Standing ovation: Phil Collins bade an emotional farewell to Genesis fans alongside bandmates Mike Rutherford (left) and Tony Banks (right)in London on Saturday - as the iconic band played their final ever concert The band first found fame in the 1970s and have sold more than 100million records.      Phil told the crowd 'It's the last stop of our tour, and it's the last show for Genesis. After tonight we all have to get real jobs.' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Emily...
    By Anna Maria Basquez LARIMER COUNTY, Colo. – Poudre Fire Authority, in less than two hours, contained a 10 to 15-acre vegetation fire in the northeast area just outside Fort Collins Saturday that prompted some evacuations and threatened homes. (credit: Poudre Fire) “There are active flames, and they are working on getting that contained as quickly as possible,” Annie Bierbower, spokeswoman for Poudre Fire said as the fire started and was called at about 3 p.m. Units responded to the fire near 5416 Highway 14, north of Mulberry and east of County Road 5. Poudre Fire officials said five homes were evacuated out of precaution. One house was threatened by the flames, but firefighters were able to contain the fire before it could reach the home. At 5:30 p.m., two trucks remained at the scene to monitor any hot spots. The fire spread from a permitted, controlled burn that spread quickly due to a change in winds. PFA and Larimer County canceled burn permits for the remainder of the weekend due to the change. FINAL UPDATE: Two trucks and E6...
    Emily in Paris star Lily Collins was left in such pain from walking on the cobbled streets of Paris in high heels that she needed weekly sessions with a podiatrist.  The actress, who plays ambitious American marketing executive Emily Cooper in the popular Netflix series, had insoles fitted to every pair of shoes in an effort to reduce the discomfort, but still had to seek professional help. ‘Now I just want to go to streets where you can wear flats. Because wearing heels – you would not believe how painful that can be in Paris!’ said the 33-year-old daughter of singer Phil Collins.  ‘I went to a podiatrist every week to fix my feet because I was wearing heels all the time. And I had to have insoles made for every pair of shoes. I am not kidding. I felt pretty ancient,’ she said in an interview with US chat-show host Jimmy Fallon.  Emily in Paris star Lily Collins was left in such pain from walking on the cobbled streets of Paris in high heels that she needed weekly sessions...
    Sen. Joe Manchin announced he intends to vote for President Biden's Supreme Court pick Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson on Friday, essentially guaranteeing her confirmation.  Unswayed by a GOP blitz on critical race theory, gender and child porn cases, the moderate West Virginia Democrat said in a statement: 'Judge Jackson's record and career are exemplary.'  'Her wide array of experiences in varying sectors of our judicial system have provided Judge Jackson a unique perspective that will serve her well on our nation's highest court. During our meeting, she was warm and gracious. On top of her impressive resume, she has the temperament to make an exceptional jurist,' Manchin said.  The senator also noted that Jackson and her family spend 'a great deal of time' in West Virginia and have a 'deep love' for his home state.  'I am confident Judge Jackson is supremely qualified and has the disposition necessary to serve as our nation's next Supreme Court Justice.' With Manchin's swing vote in their camp, Democrats can now count on at least 50 votes to confirm the judge, with Vice President...
    More On: lily collins Best star snaps of the week: Good ‘jeans,’ Brooke Shields, Rihanna and more ‘Emily in Paris’ star Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu: French people can’t laugh at themselves Lily Collins once tried to snatch a bouquet from Princess Diana Lily Collins talks ‘Emily in Paris’ Season 2 wardrobe: ‘No sweatpants’ More like “Emily in Pain.” Lily Collins revealed she had to see a foot doctor on a weekly basis while filming “Emily in Paris,” because her tootsies were in so much discomfort from hobbling across cobblestone streets in designer stilettos. “I actually literally went to a podiatrist every week to fix my feet because I was wearing heels all the time,” Collins told Jimmy Fallon during Tuesday’s episode of “The Tonight Show.” “I had to have, like, insoles made for every pair of shoes.” She added, “I’m not kidding. I felt pretty ancient.” The actress, 33, added that if the show were to continue filming a spinoff in other cities, she would prefer that her character wear flats instead of heels, jokingly calling the show, “Emily in Flats.”...
    The Star News Network‘s National Political Editor Neil W. McCabe spoke to Congressional candidate for GA-10 Mike Collins about why he is running, the forgotten men and women of America, and bringing back the Trump economy. TRANSCRIPT: McCabe: When Georgia Republican Congressman Jody Hice announced his run for Georgia Secretary of State, he opened up the race for his own Georgia 10 House seat. Businessman Mike Collins told The Star News Network that he decided to throw his hat in the ring for the seat while on a trip to Ohio. Collins: Those people kept asking what to do, what do we need to do? And I kept telling them to get involved and run for things. There I was with people asking me to run, me saying I’m gonna do something different, me asking them to run. So you know, on that flight home that night I thought, man, you know, I’ve been asking these people to get involved, and that’s what I need to do. McCabe: Collins, who started his trucking business more than 30 years ago,...
    Getty Kenyon Green of the Texas A&M Aggies speaks to reporters. The Dallas Cowboys are gearing up for this year’s NFL draft, with the team still having key areas to improve before the 2022 season. One of those needs is on the offensive line. While Zack Martin and Tyron Smith appear to be sticking around, the team has created the departure of tackle La’el Collins, which means that Terence Steele will be the primary starter at right tackle, after he and Collins each spent time moving around the line to make room for each other. Now with Collins gone to the Cincinnati Bengals, Dallas needs to add a new starter to the line. That could still come in free agency, but Dallas is clearly considering adding one through the draft, per NFL media insider Jane Slater. Read More From Heavy Bet $5, Win $150 Whether Your Team Wins or Loses During March Madness “OL Kenyon Green and DL DeMarvin Leal tell me they have both been scheduled for a visit with the #Cowboys,” Slater Tweeted. Both Texas A&M...
    PORTSMOUTH — March is Disability Awareness Month. In honor of the month, the Portsmouth Daily Times will share stories to bring awareness to the area and local disability services. Gabby Collins is a Junior at the Vern Riffe School. “I love to play basketball volleyball, and I love horses and recently I have been taking riding lessons,” said Collins. Collins said she is excited to play basketball for the upcoming staff and student game. “I am excited for it, I’m very bullheaded and I don’t like to lose but I suck it up,” said Collins. Collins also works at Rural King. “I’ve been working at Rural Kind for almost a year and I love it,” said Collins. “I unload the boxes and hang up shirts and make sure the shirts are neat.” Collins said she loves meeting new people at work. “I get to meet new people and they are always nice to me and never disrespectful with me,” said Collins. Collins Manager, Tyler Delawder, said Collins is a hard worker. “Gabby is a hard worker, who started with our...
    CINCINNATI (AP) — The Cincinnati Bengals signed a third free-agent lineman to shore up an offensive line that has struggled to protect quarterback Joe Burrow. The Bengals got their new right tackle on Sunday, signing former Dallas Cowboy La’el Collins to a three-year contract. Last week they inked free agents Ted Karras, likely to replace the released Trey Hopkins at center, and guard Alex Cappa as the unit gets an overhaul. “We have three new guys that know how to set the tone,” said Frank Pollack, the Bengals’ offensive line coach. “Pros that know how to prepare and practice.” According to the Bengals’ website, Collins said he let Burrow know that “your new bodyguard is in town.” The 28-year-old Collins has played for the Cowboys for all of his six years in the league. He missed five games last year because of a violation of the league’s substance abuse policy but allowed just two sacks in 12 games with 10 starts. Salary cap issues — he was owed $30 million over three years — made him an odd man out...
    A week-long wait in free agency for the Miami Dolphins to address what is likely the NFL’s most glaring hole at offensive tackle finally is seeing some movement. The Dolphins reportedly are hosting the free-agent cycle’s most prized player at the position in New Orleans Saints left tackle Terron Armstead on Monday after he travels Sunday night, according to NFL Network. The development came after former Dallas Cowboys right tackle, La’el Collins, probably the second-best tackle in this free-agent cycle, agreed to terms with the Cincinnati Bengals earlier Sunday. Collins’ decision gives Miami’s pursuit of Armstead an all-or-nothing feel for improvement at tackle after the Dolphins haven’t locked in a player at the position since free-agent negotiations opened last Monday. The Cowboys tried to trade Collins before releasing him, which made him available to sign with any team he desired. Armstead, who turns 31 before the start of the 2022 season, is a three-time Pro Bowl selection from 2018 to 2020. He has spent his entire nine-year career with the Saints as a third-round pick out of Arkansas-Pine Bluff, blocking...
    Getty The Dallas Cowboys huddle during a game. A former Dallas Cowboys star has found a new home in the AFC as the Cincinnati Bengals continue to improve their offensive line. While the Cowboys look to improve off an early playoff exit in the 2021 season and set up a run to the Super Bowl, Cincinnati is coming off their close 23-20 loss to the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LVI. As the Bengals prepare to repeat their playoff success, they’re signing La’el Collins to their roster. NFL media insider Mike Garafolo reported the news on March 20, which capped off a dramatic saga of Collins leaving Dallas and then wavering on his decision to join Cincinnati after considering a second suitor. Read More From Heavy Bet $5, Win $150 Whether Your Team Wins or Loses During March Madness “The #Bengals are finalizing an agreement with OT La’el Collins, sources tell me and @RapSheet,” Garafolo Tweeted. “He was supposed to leave town today for another visit but Cincy didn’t let him go.” Now, Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow...
    La’el Collins was cut by the Cowboys and has signed with the Cincinnati Bengals. And Joe Burrow was the voice that swayed the tackle’s decision. The shortcomings of the Dallas Cowboys in the postseason are no secret. For all of the fanfare that “America’s Team” receives, the ship guided by Jerry Jones hasn’t sniffed the Super Bowl since the mid-1990s. Offensive tackle La’el Collins, after being released by Dallas, is now set to make a much more spirited run at the Lombardi Trophy by joining the Cincinnati Bengals. As first reported by ESPN’s Adam Schefter and then confirmed by multiple reports, the Bengals have continued to beef up their much-maligned offensive line with the addition of Collins on the free agency market. Bengals now have added OL La’el Collins, Ted Karras and Alex Cappa during free agency to help protect QB Joe Burrow. https://t.co/gZHx5SotVu — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 20, 2022 Just as Schefter mentioned, the Bengals have now fortified their line in a massive way with Collins joining fellow newcomers Alex Cappa and Ted Karras. However, the fitting...
    Getty Denver Broncos wide receivers Courtland Sutton and Tim Patrick celebrate. The Denver Broncos made a move to free up some cap space. According to ESPN’s Field Yates, the Broncos have converted $10.5 million of wide receiver Courtland Sutton’s contract into a signing bonus, which will open up $7.875 million in cap space. The Broncos have converted $10.5M of WR Courtland Sutton’s contract into a signing bonus, creating $7.875M in 2022 cap space. The Broncos have cleared nearly $12.5M in 2022 cap space over the past two days. — Field Yates (@FieldYates) March 20, 2022 Read More From Heavy Bet $5, Win $150 Whether Your Team Wins or Loses During March Madness On March 18, the Broncos restructured wide receiver Tim Patrick’s contract, according to Mike Klis of 9news. Source: WR Tim Patrick converted $6.9M of his roster bonus to signing bonus, a move that saves the Broncos roughly $4.6M in cap space. Wherever it comes from, Patrick still gets $8.5M total this year. Broncos still need a CB or two, George Paton said, so this will...
    BOSTON (CBS) – The Boston St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast took center stage Sunday morning, being held in person for the first time since 2019. Before the event kicked off Massachusetts State Sen. Nick Collins, who organizes the event each year, joined WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller. Collins discussed the key to success at the breakfast, saying it’s all in good fun and jokes are meant to be “clean not mean.” “That’s what’s great about the day for the public is to see people in positions of influence not taking themselves too seriously even though they have serious jobs, and making light of themselves,” Collins said. Collins also spoke about the latest happenings on Beacon Hill. Keller asked Collins if there is any chance the Massachusetts Senate approves sports betting in the near future. “I feel that the approach in the Senate, we’re always trying to weigh the cost versus the benefit. There are some with concerns about expanding online gaming. I’m one who supports that. And I think more and more have come along if funding is put to good...
    Erin M. CollinsSource: Erin M. Collins If you're one of the millions of Americans grappling with IRS issues, you may not realize there's another option for your unresolved problems. The Taxpayer Advocate Service, known as TAS, is an independent organization within the agency, providing one-on-one guidance and fighting for systemic changes. Erin Collins, the national taxpayer advocate, leads about 80 nationwide offices for struggling filers, consults within the IRS, reports annually to Congress on the agency's biggest problems and presents legislative proposals. Taking the reins in March 2020, she's had a front-row seat for the pandemic's devastating effects, contributing to "the most challenging year taxpayers and tax professionals have ever experienced," as described in her 2021 annual report to Congress. More from Smart Tax Planning:Here's a look at more tax-planning news. IRS may tax NFTs, crypto differently. Here's a look Why your refund may be smaller this year Kiss tax breaks for unemployment benefits goodbye The National Taxpayer Advocate hotline fielded nearly 3 million calls between Oct. 1, 2020 and Sept. 30, 2021, a 990% increase from the previous...
    ATLANTA (AP) — Bogdan Bogdanovic scored a season-high 30 points, Delon Wright had 18 and the Atlanta Hawks beat the Memphis Grizzlies 120-105 on Friday night. Ja Morant scored 29 points for Memphis, which saw its four-game winning streak end. The Grizzlies began the night second in the Western Conference, one game ahead of Golden State. Wright, filling in for Trae Young, provided a big boost for Atlanta, which is clinging to the 10th spot in the Eastern Conference and final spot in the play-in tournament. Wright had five steals and six assists. Atlanta led by 23 points in the third quarter before the Grizzlies pulled to 103-92, following back-to-back 3-pointers by De’Anthony Melton and Desmond Bane, who had 15 points. A three-point play by De’Andre Hunter, who had 14 points, helped Atlanta regain control. Bogdanovic sank two 3s in the final 3 minutes. The Hawks won despite playing without their two leading scorers. Young was held out with a bruised left quad after testing the injury in pregame shooting. John Collins (right foot strain, right finger sprain) missed...
    ATLANTA (AP) — Atlanta Hawks forward John Collins is out indefinitely after tests revealed a plantar fascia tear in his right foot. The Hawks said Friday that tests conducted Thursday at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York, also confirmed a right finger sprain. Collins was given an anti-inflammatory shot in his finger and was fitted with custom splints he will wear the remainder of the season. The Hawks said Collins’ status will be updated in 10 to 14 days following a series of non-surgical procedures on his foot. The Hawks, attempting to retain a spot in the play-in tournament for the Eastern Conference playoffs, have about three weeks remaining in the regular season. Collins missed his fourth consecutive game Friday night against the Memphis Grizzlies. He missed six straight games with the foot injury before returning on March 4 and has since attempted to play through ongoing discomfort. Danilo Gallinari has been the primary fill-in for Collins. ___ More AP NBA: https://apnews.com/hub/NBA and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Copyright © 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published,...
    United States Special Forces veteran and Republican candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives f0r Florida, Jay Collins, told Thursday’s edition of SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily that he decided to run because he can help fix the nation’s problems after President Biden failed on the international stage. Collins, who joined Thursday’s show with special guest host Breitbart News Washington bureau chief Matthew Boyle, explained that the United States is worth the fight, and that he would “gladly give my other leg and both arms; I would give my life for this nation.” On the radio show, Collins explained that he was wounded multiple times in combat in Afghanistan, and eventually had to have part of his leg amputated after he took too much damage. The Special Forces veteran told Boyle that after being in Afghanistan for many years and even being embedded with the Afghans, it was “heartbreaking” to see what happened in the country and how many lives were impacted by Biden’s botched withdrawal. “To see the Biden administration fail on such an [inter]national stage, the way they did is, it’s horrifying. It’s heartbreaking...
    toggle audio on and off change volume download audio WTOP's Jason Fraley reviews 'Windfall' It’s rare for a film to kidnap our attention from the start and hold us captive until the end. That’s exactly what the new thriller “Windfall” does as it premieres on Netflix this Friday, a compelling combination of Alfred Hitchcock and Michael Haneke in all the best ways. The story follows a scorned man who breaks into a billionaire’s empty vacation home, but things go awry when the mogul and his wife unexpectedly arrive for a last-minute retreat.   After comedies like “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” (2008), Jason Segel shows his range as the kidnapper, oozing paranoia each time his captives take a step too close. He’s a desperate man seeking “life-changing money,” standing in for the downtrodden, blue-collar workers screwed by the top 1% who control 16 times more wealth than the bottom 50%. “You were deemed redundant and let go,” surmises the tech tycoon, played with douchey arrogance by Jesse Plemons, who’s having quite a run with “The Irishman” (2019), “Judas & The Black Messiah”...
    Getty The Cowboys could explore bringing back receiver Cole Beasley (right). The Dallas Cowboys may be looking towards a familiar face to fill their void at wide receiver. Dallas’ 105.3 the Fan’s NFL insider Bobby Belt noted there is likely some “mutual interest” between Beasley and the Cowboys about a potential reunion. Beasley was recently released by the Bills and is a free agent. “I wouldn’t close the door on a Cole Beasley reunion in Dallas,” Belt tweeted on March 18. “I’m not saying there are ongoing negotiations, but I think there could be some mutual interest there at the right price.” Beasley posted 82 receptions for 693 yards and a touchdown in his 16 appearances last season, which included eight starts. The wideout is just one year removed from notching a career-high 967 receiving yards along with four touchdowns. Buffalo’s addition of Emmanuel Sanders along with the emergence of second-year receiver Gabe Davis contributed to Beasley’s decreased role in 2021. Read More From Heavy Bet $5, Win $150 Whether Your Team Wins or Loses During March...
    Freshman Frankie Collins made a starting debut that Michigan fans won’t soon forget. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA – MARCH 17: Frankie Collins #10 of the Michigan Wolverines lays up against the Colorado State Rams during the second half in the first round game of the 2022 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament at Gainbridge Fieldhouse on March 17, 2022 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images) READ MORE: Dr. Anthony Fauci To Speak At University Of Michigan Commencement CeremonyWith starting point guard DeVante’ Jones stuck on campus in the concussion protocol and the Wolverines struggling with turnovers, Collins scored 14 points, grabbed six rebounds, and helped 11th-seeded Michigan overcome a shaky start to beat sixth-seeded Colorado State 75-63 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Thursday. “I’ve always been impressed with his skill set and I think his style fits our style of play,” coach Juwan Howard said. Michigan (18-14), after a turbulent journey to the field of 68, now faces third-seeded Tennessee in the second round of the South Region. The Volunteers turned away 14th-seeded Longwood 88-56. Looking...
    Getty A group of New York Jets fans in disbelief of what they're seeing on the football field. Sometimes you can see breadcrumbs leading to something that hints at what is about to happen. Based on some recent New York Jets flirtations, there could be a stunning trade on the horizon coming sooner rather than later. ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Read More From Heavy Bet $5, Win $150 Whether Your Team Wins or Loses During March Madness Join Heavy on Jets! Very Interesting Nuggets of Information Play The Jets Zone: Free Agency Frenzy reacting to every signing & exitBoy Green goes LIVE on The Jets Zone podcast talking all things New York Jets! – Reacting to every single signing and every player who left – Answering your LIVE free agency questions/comments Make sure you like the video on YouTube and hit that subscribe button!2022-03-17T04:32:53Z Throughout the offseason, the Jets have been connected to offensive line help. That isn’t overly surprising as the Jets had...
    Getty Denver Broncos general manager George Paton addresses the media. The Denver Broncos are a potential landing spot for offensive tackle La’el Collins, according to Geoff Schwartz of Fox Sports. I’m hearing Bengals and Broncos as possible spots for La’el Collins. — Geoff Schwartz (@geoffschwartz) March 17, 2022 Collins was recently released by the Dallas Cowboys. The #Cowboys are releasing OL La'el Collins today, sources tell me and @RapSheet. He'll be a free agent. Read More From Heavy Bet $5, Win $150 Whether Your Team Wins or Loses During March Madness — Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) March 17, 2022 The move saved the Cowboys $10 million in cap space. The Cowboys’ decision to cut Collins was surprsing. The 28-year-old tackle played at an elite level last season. His PFF run block grade of 89.7 was the third-highest among offensive tackles behind only Trent Williams and Tyron Smith. Collins’s combination of strength and speed make him an excellent run blocker. He has the quickness the move down the field with ease, and he absolutely destroys everything in his path: La’el...
    FORT COLLIN, Colo. (CBS4) — Police arrested a woman suspected of running a prostitution operation in Fort Collins. Qiaoru Li, 51, is accused of running the operation out of a massage business on 1720 West Mulberry Street. (credit: CBS) In July 2021, a concerned citizen called police to report possible prostitution or human trafficking. Over the next several months, police found evidence of illegal sexual activity being advertised and conducted at the business, investigators stated. After searching Li’s home, business, and financial records, investigators arrested her in February on the following charges: Pimping (class 3 felony) Keeping a Place of Prostitution (class 2 misdemeanor) Soliciting for Prostitution (class 3 misdemeanor) Prostitution (class 3 misdemeanor) Pandering (class 3 misdemeanor) “I’m extremely grateful to the person who spoke up and shared their concerns,” said Assistant Chief John Feyen, who oversees the Special Operations Division. “Our community is stronger and safer when we work together to solve problems.”
    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Freshman Frankie Collins provided the spark Michigan needed in a turbulent year for the Wolverines and coach Juwan Howard, helping the 11th-seeded Wolverines rally from a 15-point deficit to beat sixth-seeded Colorado State 75-63 on Thursday in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Collins, pressed into the starting lineup because starting point guard DeVante’ Jones was out with a concussion, had season highs of 14 points, six rebounds and 31 minutes. Big man Hunter Dickinson led Michigan with 21 points on 8-of-10 shooting. Eli Brooks had 16 points and Caleb Houstan added 13 for the Wolverines (18-14), who will face either third-seeded Tennessee or 14th-seeded Longwood in the second round of the South Region on Saturday. Dischon Thomas scored 15 points on 5-of-7 3-point shooting for Colorado State (25-6), and Mountain West Conference player of the year David Roddy had 13 points and six rebounds. The Rams led 28-13 early, but Collins helped Michigan chip away and the Wolverines took the lead for good midway through the second half. MIDWEST REGION PROVIDENCE 66, SOUTH DAKOTA STATE...
    The Dallas Cowboys are releasing right tackle La’el Collins in the second cost-cutting move involving one of their starters on offense, two people with knowledge of the decision said Thursday. Collins is being designated as a post-June 1 cut to save more money under the salary cap this year, the people told The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the move hasn’t been announced. Dallas gets $10 million in cap space this season. The release of the 29-year-old Collins comes five days after the Cowboys traded receiver Amari Cooper to Cleveland for cap relief. Dallas is moving on from three offensive starters after not re-signing left guard Connor Williams, who is headed to Miami. Collins became a starter during his rookie season in 2015 after signing with the Cowboys as an undrafted free agent. The former LSU player was expected to be a high pick, but his name surfaced just before the draft in the police investigation of a woman’s death. Collins was quickly cleared. The final two seasons in Dallas for Collins were rough. He didn’t play at...
    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Freshman Frankie Collins provided the spark Michigan needed in a turbulent year for the Wolverines and coach Juwan Howard, helping the 11th-seeded Wolverines rally from a 15-point deficit to beat sixth-seeded Colorado State 75-63 on Thursday in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Collins, pressed into the starting lineup because starting point guard DeVante’ Jones was out with a concussion, had season highs of 14 points, six rebounds and 31 minutes. He came in averaging less than 10 minutes per game. Big man Hunter Dickinson led Michigan with 21 points on 8-of-10 shooting. Eli Brooks had 16 points and Caleb Houstan added 13 for the Wolverines (18-14), who will face either third-seeded Tennessee or 14th-seeded Longwood in the second round of the South Region on Saturday. The Wolverines, highly touted at the beginning of the season, squeaked into the tournament thanks largely to their stout schedule. Howard was suspended for five games down the stretch for hitting a Wisconsin assistant in the postgame handshake line, and Michigan hasn’t won two straight games in more than a...
    The Dallas Cowboys released offensive lineman La’el Collins, creating a ton of cap space in the process. Collins was expected to be cut or traded. One of the best tackles in the game is hitting the open market, mainly because the Cowboys couldn’t afford his services with their current cap predicament. Dallas has been working all offseason to get under the salary cap, even trading Dak Prescott’s favorite weapon, Amari Cooper, to the Cleveland Browns for financial benefit. By releasing Collins and designating him a pre-June 1 cut, the Cowboys save $10 million in cap space. Collins shouldn’t have much of a problem finding a new home. The Cowboys will release Lael Collins today, per source. Expected to be a post-June 1 cut, saves $10 million. No trade but Collins will have a good market once hes free to sign. — Todd Archer (@toddarcher) March 17, 2022 Collins drew trade interest from the Patriots and Dolphins, but expect more teams to join that mix now that he won’t cost any draft capital.La’el Collins free agent destinationsWhere will Collins wind...
    BOSTON (CBS) — The Patriots have some holes to fill on the offensive line. With Dallas set to part ways with tackle La’El Collins, logic suggested that the Patriots may have some interest. Turns out … they don’t. That’s according to Andrew Callahan of the Boston Herald, who reported Thursday that the Patriots don’t intend to sign Collins when he becomes available. According to Callahan, the chances of the Patriots signing Collins is “zero. None.” Callahan specified that the Patriots’ lack of interest in financially driven. And yes, its a money problem. https://t.co/Paq4QX0PK8 — Andrew Callahan (@_AndrewCallahan) March 17, 2022 Collins, 28, will reportedly be released by the Cowboys on Thursday, as Dallas maneuvers its salary cap situation. The Cowboys will release Lael Collins today, per source. Expected to be a post-June 1 cut, saves $10 million. No trade but Collins will have a good market once hes free to sign. — Todd Archer (@toddarcher) March 17, 2022 The 6-foot-4, 320-pound tackle joined the Cowboys in 2015, starting 11 games in his rookie season. He was healthy for...
    BRADDOCK (KDKA) – The Braddock Police Chief has a list of charges against him that are spelled out in a notice demanding he appears at the borough meeting this morning. The notice accuses Chief Guy Collins of failing to fill out time cards and exhausting 70-percent of the department’s budget within the first three months of the year. READ MORE: Braddock Police Chief Faces Termination Hearing This WeekCollins said for him he noticed an issue when two borough officials showed up to take his police cruiser. He told KDKA he’s been sidelined with a stroke since February but the time cards were filled out and the overtime was necessary. He said the borough has violated his rights and he’s firing back by filing charges. “We’re seeking to file charges along the lines of obstruction,” he said. “I’ve not been written up or been served with any papers that I violated anything, but all of sudden this is what I get in the mail.” Collins’ department is standing behind him. While this morning’s decision,...
    Getty Jameis Winston is sacked by former Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Maliek Collins. As the Dallas Cowboys deal with the chaos of DE Randy Gregory and his free agency conclusion, they’re also seeing one of their former starters get paid by the Houston Texans. The defensive line was a major focus for the Cowboys, as Gregory was initially announced to have signed an extension alongside defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence. He instead chose the Denver Broncos on March 15, creating a stunning finish to an already wild saga. On the same day, a player who used to line up next to Gregory on the Cowboys, Maliek Collins, got handed a new contract from the Texans after his first season in Houston. ESPN insider Adam Schefter dropped the news on Tuesday. Read More From Heavy Bet $5, Win $150 Whether Your Team Wins or Loses During March Madness “Defensive tackle Maliek Collins is signing back with the Texans on a 2-year $17 million deal that includes $8.5 million guaranteed, per @DrewJRosenhaus and @RyanMatha,” Schefter Tweeted. While not an astronomical deal,...
    The House Public Safety & Homeland Security Committee, chaired by State Representative J. Collins (R-Villa Rica), today passed House Bill 1553, or Bishop’s Law. Introduced by State Representative Clint Crowe (R-Jackson), Bishop’s Law would require individuals convicted of killing a police officer to serve their sentences in the state’s highest security prisons. “The families of our fallen officers have suffered enough, and Bishop’s Law would prevent these families from ever being victimized again,” said Rep. Crowe. “When I was serving as a 9-1-1 dispatcher at 20 years old, Captain Bishop inspired me to become a law enforcement officer myself, so I am proud to carry this legislation on behalf of his family. Those who murder law enforcement officers should never have the chance to obtain contraband to harass the victim’s family. I want to thank Chairman Collins for helping me push this legislation forward and giving it a chance to become a law as soon as possible.” “I still remember that horrific day when Captain Bishop’s life was taken,” said...
    Getty Connor Williams (left) is joining the Dolphins. The Dallas Cowboys offensive line is going to look a lot different in 2022. Starting guard Connor Williams became the second former Cowboys player to join the Dolphins since free agency started. “Former Cowboys’ OL Connor Williams is signing a 2-year $14 million deal that includes $7.5 million fully guaranteed with the Miami Dolphins, per his agents @DrewJRosenhaus and @RyanMatha,” ESPN’s Adam Schefter tweeted on March 14. Williams spent the last four seasons as a starting offensive lineman for the Cowboys after being selected by Dallas with the No. 50 overall pick in the 2018 NFL draft. Read More From Heavy Bet $5, Win $150 Whether Your Team Wins or Loses During March Madness ALL the latest Dallas Cowboys news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Cowboys newsletter here! Join Heavy on Cowboys! The Cowboys Planned to Move on From Williams: ReportIt does not appear that the Cowboys offered the Dolphins much resistance in their push to sign Williams. Dallas Morning News’ Michael Gehlken reported...
    “He was legally entitled to own the gun, however, he transported the weapon in a vehicle in a manner not prescribed by law,” Collins said. Police detained 23-year-old Romell Watson, the father, and said he would be charged with unlawful use of a gun, a misdemeanor. “This is just such a tragedy,” Collins concluded. Here's a local news report about the incident: 3-year-old boy accidentally shoots mother to death in Dolton, police say www.youtube.com
    EVANSTON, Ill. (AP) — Northwestern coach Chris Collins will get at least another year to turn around his struggling program. Collins met with Athletic Director Derrick Gragg on Monday “to discuss the high expectations we have for our men’s basketball program, and the path forward for it,” Gragg said in a statement. Gragg also said he “tasked” Collins with “making necessary changes to build towards success in the 2022-23 campaign.” Collins is 133-150 overall and 56-113 in the Big Ten in nine seasons at Northwestern. He led the Wildcats to their only NCAA Tournament appearance in 2017. Since then, they have five straight losing seasons. Northwestern was 15-16 overall and 7-13 in the Big Ten this season, ending in a 112-76 blowout by Iowa in which the Hawkeyes set Big Ten Tournament records for scoring, field goals and 3-pointers. Collins, whose dad Doug played and coached in the NBA, seemed like a logical fit when he was hired in March 2013 to replace Bill Carmody, who was fired. Collins grew up about 15 miles from campus in suburban Northbrook, was...
    Getty La'el Collins of the Dallas Cowboys and Ezekiel Elliott celebrate after a touchdown. The beginning of free agency is typically exciting, but the Dallas Cowboys seem to be having more players leaving rather than coming in. While the Miami Dolphins are signing wide receiver Cedrick Wilson according to CBS Sports Insider Jonathan Jones, the Cowboys have yet to make a splash. The only early signing came in the form of long snapper Jake McQuade. McQuade signed a one-year deal according to NFL media insider Ian Rapoport. So while the long snapper position is covered, it appears the Cowboys have been focused on trading tackle La’el Collins. Unfortunately for Dallas, it doesn’t appear to be going well, despite reports saying there was significant interest in Collins. Read More From Heavy How You Can Help Ukraine: Verified Charities, GoFundMe & Ways to Support Ukrainians “Source said it’s doubtful Cowboys can trade La’el Collins and a release is probable,” Dallas News reporter Calvin Watkins Tweeted on March 14. “Let’s see what happens.” Source said it's doubtful Cowboys can trade La'el...
    FORT COLLINS, Colo. (CBS4) – Fort Collins police officers shared troubling new video of a driver blatantly running a red light and then crashing into a police SUV which had lights turned on. FCPS says the video is from an officer’s body camera from Feb. 26. At least three officers are at the scene responding to a separate call, when an SUV runs through a red light and right into the back of the police SUV. An officer was only a couple of feet away from the crash, but was not hurt. https://denver.cbslocal.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/15909806/2022/03/Distracted-Driver-video1-Ft-Collins-Police-tweet.mp4 FCPS says the driver was distracted, although specifics were not released. “Slow down. Move over. Driver sober. Don’t text. Lives depend on it,” FCPS said on social media. It’s law in Colorado for drivers to move over for law enforcement and emergency vehicles and slow down considerably when passing.
    The early 2020s have brought one disturbing headline after another, from the COVID-19 pandemic to the months of unrest that followed George Floyd’s murder to the January 6, 2021 insurrection — and now, with Russia having invaded Ukraine, Europe is seeing its most dangerous conflict since World War 2. New York Times opinion columnists Gail Collins and Bret Stephens take a look at the many problems of 2022 in an article published on March 14. And the headline, “There Are Almost Too Many Things to Worry About,” captures its tone perfectly. The article isn’t a typical op-ed, but rather, a transcript of a Collins/Stephens conservation. And their discussion underscores the fact that there are, to be sure, a lot of things to worry about in 2022. The Times pundits cover a lot of ground during their conversation, from former Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s attempt at a political comeback to the GOP assault on abortion rights to the story that has been dominating media headlines in March: the war in Ukraine. Inundated with sexual harassment allegations, Cuomo resigned as governor...
    Legal free-agent tampering starts at noon Monday, meaning tampering has been going on in the NFL for a while. By 12:01 p.m., some of the biggest names will be linked to their new teams before being allowed to sign on Wednesday. What’s the big decisions for the Miami Dolphins? One potential decision was made for them when Tom Brady returned. Free-agent center Ryan Jensen went off the market by immediately agreeing to a three-year, $39-million deal to return to Tampa, too. See the lure of star power? Here are the five prime Dolphins decisions to make: 1. How much to offer the top left tackle, Terron Armstead? ESPN ranks him as the No. 1 free agent. That speaks to the price tag and the competition. The Dolphins need a free agent or preferably two to improve their line in free agency. Enough with the draft. General Manager Chris Grier has proven he can’t build a line that way. So they’ll have to get players you or I could pick. Armstead could bring as much as $90 million over four years...
    Legal free-agent tampering starts at noon. on Monday, meaning tampering has been going on in the NFL for a while. By 12:01 p.m., some of the biggest names will be linked to their new teams before being allowed to sign on Wednesday. What’s the big decisions for the Dolphins? One potential decision was made for them when Tom Brady returned. Free-agent center Ryan Jensen went off the market by immediately agreeing to a three-year, $39-million deal to return to Tampa, too. See the lure of star power? Here are the five prime Dolphins decisions to make: 1.How much to offer the top left tackle, Terron Armstead? ESPN ranks him as the No. 1 free agent. That speaks to the price tag and the competition. The Dolphins need a free agent or preferably two to improve their line in free agency. Enough with the draft. General Manager Chris Grier has proven he can’t build a line that way. So they’ll have to get players you or I could pick. Armstead could bring as much as $90 million over four years –...
    Getty Dallas Cowboys offensive lineman La'el Collins getting himself ready ahead of practice. Sometimes you hear things during the NFL offseason that make a lot of sense and you could see it happening. At other times you hear something that makes you do a discount double-check to make sure you heard it correctly. The latest bombshell that dropped on Twitter from an NFL insider connected the New York Jets to a suddenly available star player and it certainly raised some eyebrows. Read More From Heavy How You Can Help Ukraine: Verified Charities, GoFundMe & Ways to Support Ukrainians ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Jets! An Absolute Stunner Play VideoVideo related to jets have ‘high interest’ in monster cowboys ol, could hint at trade2022-03-14T06:00:20-04:00 Tony Pauline of the Pro Football Network shared that the Jets have “high interest” in Dallas Cowboys offensive lineman La’el Collins. An addendum to yesterday's story on La'el Collins- I'm told interest is high from both the NY Jets...
    There were welcome reports last night that negotiations between Russia and Ukraine have been making progress in the bid to end this savage war. But that has not stopped the slaughter on the ground. Indeed, Vladimir Putin’s onslaught has only been intensifying in its barbarity. Yesterday morning, missiles were fired at a military base at Yavoriv, just 12 miles from the Polish border. An American journalist was killed near Kyiv, while explosions rocked the western city of Lviv for the first time. Of these, the attack on the military base is the most worrying. A stray Russian bomb could have landed in Poland – a Nato member. In this tense climate, any attack on Poland could have been the cue for a dramatic escalation in the conflict, since Nato members are bound by their treaty obligations to support any ally under fire. Vladimir Putin’s onslaught has only been intensifying in its barbarity. Yesterday morning, missiles were fired at a military base at Yavoriv, just 12 miles from the Polish border For Russia’s military planners, this risk was part of the...
    Getty Dallas Cowboys right tackle La'el Collins blocks a Green Bay Packers defender during a 2019 matchup. The Baltimore Ravens will be looking to upgrade at offensive tackle this offseason following the retirement of Alejandro Villanueva, who started all 17 of the teams’ regular season games in 2021. But Villanueva’s decision to leave the NFL after a seven-year career – the first six of which came with the AFC North rival Pittsburgh Steelers – might actually work in the Ravens’ favor. Villanueva struggled through his first season in Baltimore, finishing with a career-low 58.5 pass blocking grade from Pro Football Focus after six straight seasons with a grade of 77.0 or higher. His retirement creates $6 million in salary cap space, per OverTheCap, potentially giving the Ravens a chance to acquire a major upgrade at offensive tackle. Dallas Cowboys star offensive lineman La’el Collins, who is being shopped around the league, per Heavy’s Evan Reier, could be an excellent trade target for a Ravens organization that should be in win-now mode with Lamar Jackson entering the last year...
    Getty Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is seen on the field prior to a game against the San Francisco 49ers. The Dallas Cowboys are preparing to move another one of their offensive stars, and details of the trade negotiations are starting to be reported. Alongside the trade of wide receiver Amari Cooper to the Cleveland Browns and the releases of tight end Blake Jarwin and kicker Greg Zuerlein, the Cowboys are also reportedly looking to trade tackle La’el Collins. Collins has been a key component of the Dallas offensive line since he arrived in 2015, but it appears things have gone south between the team and the player. A “soured” relationship plus the 28-year-old’s contract getting expensive has made for a likely departure. Read More From Heavy How You Can Help Ukraine: Verified Charities, GoFundMe & Ways to Support Ukrainians Pro Football Network’s Tony Pauline is now reporting what the Cowboys are looking to get for the former LSU Tiger: anything they can get. “I’m told at this point the Cowboys would accept anything in return for Collins,...
    Getty Jerry Jones owner and general manager Jerry Jones. More changes appear to be on the horizon for the Dallas Cowboys with starting right tackle La’el Collins the latest player to be mentioned as a potential cut candidate. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported the Cowboys have given Collins permission to seek a trade but are considering his release if the team is unable to find a viable partner for a deal. “Dallas has given permission to starting RT La’el Collins to seek a trade, according to his new agent Peter Schaffer,” Schefter tweeted on March 12. “Dallas needs cap room and Collins was scheduled to make $15.25 million this season. Likely to be released if no trade.” Releasing Collins does not offer the Cowboys major cap relief for 2022, but it appears the team is ready to move on from the tackle in favor of Terence Steele. Sports Illustrated’s Mike Fisher reported the Cowboys have “soured” on Collins and question his commitment. Read More From Heavy How You Can Help Ukraine: Verified Charities, GoFundMe & Ways to...