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    This is the shocking moment three migrants 'bull-rushed' a Texas farmer's house and broke into his elderly grandparents' home as they tried to dodge Border Patrol. The man, who has asked to stay anonymous, revealed several minutes of surveillance footage that saw three out of eight illegal migrants attempt to break into various properties within view before finally getting into one. The video sees three immigrants running towards the street but then they suddenly turn back and attempt to gain access into nearby homes. A farmer living alongside the U.S.-Mexico border has shared video of migrants attempting to break into his Texas home At least three migrants could be seen attempting to see if doors were unlocked before eventually they were able to access the home of his elderly grandparents  The migrants hid in a kitchen pantry until Border Agents were on scene to take them into custody 'They tried to break into my house, that's locked. They tried to razzle-dazzle my porch and my laundry room door and that's locked,' the man says as he narrates the footage. 'Then...
    THE grandparents of a mum missing in Turkey with her four-year-old son begged yesterday for them to “just come home”. Brogan Temperley, 28, said she was going to visit friends in the UK two months ago — but instead arrived in Antalya on June 29. 1George Jack Temperley-Wells’s whereabouts remain unknown and police said they have 'serious concerns' for the boy’s welfareCredit: PA Her and son George Jack Temperley-Wells’s whereabouts remain unknown and police said they have “serious concerns” for the boy’s welfare. They are thought to have met up with George’s dad, 41-year-old Scott Nigel Wells, who travelled out separately. He and Brogan split before George was born. Brogan’s grandfather George, who lives close to her home near Darlington, Co Durham, said the couple had been in “a very unhappy relationship” and that she “absolutely doted” on son George. The 85-year-old added: “We just want her to come home. READ MORE ON GEORGEFIND GEORGE Urgent hunt for Brit boy, 4, missing after travelling to Turkey with his mumFIND GEORGE Family of Brit boy, 4, missing in Turkey beg his...
    (CNN)The floodwaters that overran Red Lodge, Montana, left streets full of debris and many homes damaged.Community members are now doing what they can to help each other rebuild and recover.While Courtney Halvorson's home was left undamaged, her grandparents' was not. Milt and Kathy Bastian live on the corner of Broadway Avenue and Rock Creek, Halvorson told CNN on Friday. "The house held out pretty well until at one point the front wall ripped off," Halvorson told CNN. Her grandparents were not home, as they had evacuated to another family member's home.The inside of Milt and Kathy Bastian's home after the flood."Neighbors told us they saw their (her grandparents') furniture fly out of the front room and down the street," Halvorson said. Read MoreOne of those pieces of furniture was a dresser filled with old family photographs.As cleanup began, community members came across household items scattered across the town.A local park turned into a makeshift "lost and found" as neighbors recovered these items. Many took to the community's Facebook page to post about their findings.It was on Facebook that Halvorson spotted...
    Ohio police are continuing their search for a 23-year-old woman who left for a Saturday afternoon walk and never returned home.  Alicia Kenny, 23, was last seen leaving her grandparents Loveland house where she lives to take an afternoon stroll on June 12. The next day, shortly before she was reported missing, a delivery driver turned in Kenny's backpack, which contained all her essentials, including her phone, wallet and Bible, over to police. Montgomery police confirmed that the driver turned in the backpack assuming someone had lost it before delivering it to Kenny's home, WLWT.com reported.    Kenny, who is 5-foot-1 and 110 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes, was last spotted early on Sunday morning  Loveland police listed Kenny as a 'critical' missing person' and said Kenny was last seen wearing a white shirt, dark capris and sandals Another friend posted pictures of her tattoos- including one that read 'In spirit and in truth' with a cross across her forearm and a large tiger tattoo on her left shoulder Her mother Marcy said that is when her family realized she was...
    RED BLUFF (AP/CBS13) — A contract wildland firefighter who was killed by a falling tree in California last week has been brought home by a convoy of fellow firefighters. The convoy escorted the body of Darin Banks, 26, on a long journey Thursday from Modesto to a mortuary in Red Bluff, where he lived. READ MORE: Gov. Gavin Newsom: California Has $97.5 Billion Budget SurplusFirefighters from local agencies saluted along the 200-mile (322-kilometer) route, KRCR-TV reported. Banks was struck by a dead tree that unexpectedly fell while assigned to a hand crew preparing an area for a prescribed burn in Tuolumne County on May 6, according to Jess R. Wills, president of Firestorm Wildland Fire Suppression Inc. READ MORE: Kendrick Lamar’s ‘The Big Steppers Tour’ Set To Visit Sacramento Come August 2022“He leaves behind his 4-year-old son, mother, siblings, grandparents, and great-grandparents,” Wills said in a statement. Firestorm is a Chico-based company that provides fire suppression, prescribed burning and urban fire defense services. Scheduling of a memorial service was pending. A GoFundMe on behalf of Banks’ family had raised more than $29,000 as...
    A MAN discovered tens of thousands of pounds worth of treasure and guns after stumbling upon the goldmine in his late grandparents' house. Posting under the username EvilEnglish on Reddit, the man from Tennessee said that he was cleaning the farmhouse in preparation to sell it. 6A Reddit user unearthed treasures when clearing out his grandparents' farmhouseCredit: REDDITT/EvilEnglish 6His grandparents had lived in the property for two decadesCredit: REDDITT/EvilEnglish His grandparents lived in the property for 20 years, and when his grandfather died in 1998, his grandmother left the farmhouse and never returned before she passed away. The long-standing house was inherited by the Redditor's father before falling into his hands and he was tasked with cleaning it up before its sale. In his now deleted post, the Reddit user said that the inherited house was in really bad condition after two decades of neglect. But after dusting off the cobwebs, he stumbled across a closet under the staircase which had an old rug in it. To his surprise, underneath the dusty carpet was something special. Read More in World...
    With lace curtains, clashing prints and crochet doilies - for many homeowners, their grandmother's house does not conjure up images of style and sophistication.   But for young TikTok users, the coastal 'grandmother aesthetic' is the latest fashionable interior trend - with Google searches for the style increasing 334 per cent in the past week globally.   A far cry from patchwork rugs and fringed lampshades, the trend sees homeowners embrace neutral colour palettes, loose linens and natural materials in order to replicate the stylish home of the 'coastal grandmother'.  The trend is inspired by the aspirational lives of fashionable romcom grandmothers such as Diane Keaton and Meryl Streep's characters in films like Something's Gotta Give and It's Complicated.  Coined by US-based influencer Lex Nicoleta, who shares various TikTok videos on how to achieve the 'coastal grandmother aesthetic' the trend has has 2.6 million views on the platform.  Coastal grandmother chic! The key components of a 'coastal grandmother' living room include linens, natural materials and fresh flowers, as seen above The interior design trend 'coastal' grandmother has taken over TikTok. The romcom-inspired aesthetic features kitchens with a lived-in...
    A PENSIONER is demanding a grave be moved after claiming someone has been buried over her grandparents. Diana Cooper, 77, said she wants to be able to lay flowers and speak to Wilfred and Ethel Cooper like she says she has done for the past 57 years.  2Diana Cooper says her grandparents' grave has been buried overCredit: Albanpix 2Berwick St John's Church said they have no record of her grandmother being thereCredit: Wikipedia She travelled four hours from her home in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, to Berwick St John’s Church in Shaftesbury, Devon, in October and alleged a row of headstones were over where her grandparents are. Diana said their grave did not have a headstone because it was too expensive, but she had been saving to put one in. The retired NHS worker told The Sun: “I just couldn’t believe it. I collapsed and was sobbing my heart out. It’s just not on. “I would go and lay flowers and talk to them but I can’t do that anymore.  “When they got married they got married in that church....
    A man admitted to murdering his mother, grandparents and a caretaker with a baseball bat in Massachusetts — calling the gruesome crime "an insane thing." Orion Krause, 26, was sentenced to life in prison after pleading guilty to four second-degree murder charges for the grisly 2017 slaying, according to the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office. "I pray we will be able to process it in the future – hopefully together," Krause told his family in court on Wednesday, according to WCVB. The Maine resident was arrested in Groton, Mass., on Sept. 8, 2017, after he beat to death grandparents Elizabeth and Frank Lackey, mother Elizabeth Krause and his grandparents’ home health aide Bertha Mae Parker, 68, the statement said. AFTER IDA HITS MASSACHUSETTS, THOUSANDS ARE LEFT WITHOUT POWER Afterward, he walked from his grandparents’ home to a neighbor’s house — completely naked, covered in blood and confessing to the killings. When cops arrived he was heard singing and told officers he "freed them," WCVB reported. Krause had traveled from his home in Maine to the Boston area a day earlier, then...
    More On: fires Boy, 9, killed in Far Rockaway fire: police sources Firefighters find man stabbed to death at scene of Bronx blaze, cop say Fire in food factory kills at least 49 people Man in underwear torches cross on top of church, attempts to flee by jumping across rooftops A father is accused of intentionally setting fire to his family’s New Jersey home, killing his infant daughter and her grandparents, authorities said Monday. Michael Sanders, 23, was busted Monday and charged with three counts of murder resulting from the 3:40 a.m. Friday blaze at a duplex in Hamilton Township. The suspect was caught on surveillance camera buying flammable liquid before the fire, prosecutors said. He was also allegedly spotted walking near the home minutes before the flames erupted. Sanders, earlier Friday, also told his daughter’s mother via text to get their baby out of the house, according to prosecutors. Sanders’ 9-month old girl, Malani Sanders, and her grandmother, Tiffany Abrams-Jones, 42, died at the home. Abrams-Jones’s husband, Prince Jones, 50, died Sunday from his injuries and the infant’s...
    HAMILTON TOWNSHIP, New Jersey -- A house fire that killed a 9-month old girl and her grandparents last week was intentionally set by the child's father, authorities said Monday.Michael Sanders, 23, of Trenton, is charged with three counts each of murder, felony murder and aggravated assault, two counts of aggravated arson and and one count of causing widespread injury or damage.He was taken into custody early Monday at a hotel in Plainsboro.RELATED: Grandmother, 9-month-old granddaughter killed in Hamilton Township fireEMBED More News Videos A 9-month-old baby girl and her grandmother were killed during a house fire in New Jersey Friday morning. The counts stem from a fire in a duplex in Hamilton Township that broke out around 3:40 a.m. Friday.The flames quickly engulfed both sides of the two and a-half story wood frame home, causing a partial roof collapse.The infant, Malani Sanders, and her grandmother, 42-year-old Tiffany Abrams-Jones, were pronounced dead at the scene. Her husband, 50-year-old Prince Jones, died Sunday from injuries he suffered in the fire.Two other people who lived in the home - including the infant's mother...
    Q: Our adult son and his family cannot afford to move back into our Bay Area neighborhood thanks to ridiculous prices and bidding wars. Should he wait for the housing bubble to pop or should we leave California? A: In 2020, more people moved out of California for the first time on record, creating a net migration of 261,084 people. Another record is California’s median May 2021 home price of $818,260. I’ve attended or hosted dozens of Realtor Zoom meetings with state and national real estate economists, our county assessor, housing market experts and the president of the California Association of Realtors. They all agree that this market’s significant down payments, low fixed rates and fully documented loan applications make a housing bubble bursting unlikely. They would concur that real estate prices could roll back 5% to 10% with rising interest rates and new housing construction. No one disagrees that segments of the economy have branched off in different directions. COVID-19’s recession saw well-heeled telecommuting professionals in tech, finance and insurance see growth in jobs and income. In Silicon...
    TWO grandchildren will finally be able to visit their grandparents in care homes as lockdown rules continue to be relaxed.  From Monday regular visits are being extended from one to two people under carefully designed conditions to prevent transmission of Covid-19. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates... 2People in care homes can finally reunite with their grandkidsCredit: Alamy Care home visitors will be asked to provide a negative test result and wear PPE during the visit to keep themselves, staff and residents safe.  In the coming weeks, as testing capacity continues to increase, some visitors will be able to conduct tests at home rather than at care homes to allow more visits to take place. Visitors who are parents will also be able to visit with babies and very young children, who will not count as one of the visitors. This means grandparents and great-grandparents will be able to meet the newest members of their families for the first time. Prime Minister Boris Johnson said: "Reuniting family and friends has been a priority each time restrictions have...
    CHILDREN are finally to hold hands with their grandparents from today - under the government's lockdown lifting plans. Care home residents will finally be allowed to have indoor visitors for the first time in months - which can include any family members including kids or grandkids. 4Childhood sweethearts reunited: Angie D'Avanzo (67) from Bourton-on-the- Water, was one of the first visitors through the doors, to visit her childhood sweetheart, Tony (72), who she has only seen once since August last yearCredit: Mikal Ludlow 4Nicky Clough visits her mother Pam Harrison in her bedroom at Alexander House Care Home for the first timeCredit: Reuters It's not believed there is a lower limit for kids' ages, but visitors will be required to take a coronavirus lateral flow test before entry and personal protective equipment (PPE) must be worn. Residents will be asked not to hug or kiss their relatives, though hand holding will be permitted. They will be able to nominate one single person who is able to go and visit inside the care home. Residents with the highest care needs...
    CHILDREN will be able to hold hands with their grandparents by March 8 under the government's plan to ease lockdown restrictions. Health secretary Matt Hancock said he was "pleased" that care home residents will finally be allowed to have indoor visitors for the first time in months. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates...   2Kids still won't be allowed to hug and kiss granny, but they will be able to hold handsCredit: Getty Images - Getty Visitors will be required to take a coronavirus lateral flow test before entry and personal protective equipment (PPE) must be worn. Residents will be asked not to hug or kiss their relatives, though hand holding will be permitted. Guidance for care homes is expected to be published in the next fortnight. Health Secretary Matt Hancock said he was "pleased" that it would soon be possible for people to be "carefully and safely reunited with loved ones who live in care homes". Outdoor visits - as well as those inside pods or behind screens - will be able...
    SOMERVILLE (CBS) – Two firefighters were hurt saving two grandparents from a house fire in Somerville early Wednesday morning. Fire Chief Charles Breen said flames broke out in the basement of the home on Kensington Avenue overnight. “Upon arrival we had heavy fire conditions in the basement spreading up the rear stairway. Two older occupants trapped on the second floor in the rear, they were rescued over ladders,” the chief told reporters. A young man told WBZ-TV his grandparents were the ones rescued and they’re expected to be ok. He and three young siblings escaped the fire. Breen said two firefighters were hurt during the rescue. Both were taken to Massachusetts General Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. There’s no word yet on what caused the fire. The chief said there is extensive damage in the two story home.
    A PAIR of grandparents were stabbed to death in a "relative's murder suicide attack" as the family "cannot comprehend how or why" it happened. Maria Ortega, 78, was stabbed to death inside her Garden City, Michigan, home on Wednesday, her husband Juan, 81, was also stabbed and rushed to a local hospital where he died from his injures. 3Maria Ortega, 78, was stabbed to death on December 23Credit: Handout Police arrived on the scene just before 11am on Wednesday and found the 78-year-old grandmother dead at the scene. "We are extremely distraught and cannot comprehend how or why this happened," the victims' granddaughter Sandy Quintana told 7 Action News. "All we really want people to know is that they were amazing parents and grandparents. "We will continue to pray for them and hope they are resting peacefully." 3Juan Ortega, 81, was rushed to a local hospital, but died from his injuriesCredit: Handout 3The home on Rosslyn St where the grandparents were found Credit: Fox Investigators claim the suspect is believed to be a family member who called police before the...
    A TENNESSEE woman is grinning ear to ear in her mugshot after she pled guilty to killing her grandparents in their home. Katelyn Taylor, 29, was charged with criminal homicide of her grandparents Eugene McDaniel, 82, and Celeste McDaniel, 67, in March. 1Katelyn Taylor pled guilty to killing her grandparents in their homeCredit: Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Police discovered the McDaniels dead after they were called to do a welfare check at their home when one of the McDaniels didn't show up to work. However, after a subsequent investigation into their deaths, Assistant District Attorney Jennifer Hedge bumped Taylor's charges to first-degree murder. Hedge said "additional evidence" was provided that directly linked Taylor to her grandparents' death, but did not elaborate on what the evidence was. By pleading guilty, Taylor avoided the death penalty. Most read in NewsIN THE CLEARBiden’s niece gets NO jail time for ‘crashing car into tree while on drugs’TICK TOCKStimulus checks could be agreed in HOURS as Congress holds rare weekend sessionPUTIN BLAME ELSEWHERETrump says Russia ‘act of war’ hack ‘isn’t that bad’ and blames...
    LODI (CBS13) – A homicide investigation is underway near Lodi after two grandparents were found dead inside of their home, the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office said on Thursday. Investigators said a person reported walked into their grandparents’ home along W. Kingdon Road shortly after 8 a.m. and found two bodies unresponsive. Very few details have been released. As of around 12:30 p.m., the sheriff’s office said detectives were still on the scene. CBS13 will bring you more updates on this story as they become available. More from CBS Sacramento: Man’s Missing Ankle Monitor Leads Calaveras County Authorities To Stolen Copper Wire Motion Filed To Question Gov. Newsom Over COVID-19 Response Man Pays Taco Bell Employees $100 Each To Make Anniversary Of Horrifying Experience Special
    CHICAGO (CBS)– A GoFundMe page has raised thousands of dollars for the family of two young girls who were killed in a house fire in Ingleside. An electrical fire broke out a house near Hunt and Maple on Dec 11. At least four other people were sent to the hospital, suffering from burns and smoke inhalation. Firefighters said the two girls – a 5-year-old and 8-year-old – were found dead somewhere on the second floor of the house. Seven people lived in the home; including the girls’ parents, grandparents, and their teenage brother. The girls’ father wasn’t home at the time. The GoFundMe page for the Evans family has already raised more than $188,000. Information on that page says the mother and grandparents are still hospitalized at the burn unit at Loyola University Medical Center. The son is stable. Also From CBS Chicago: ‘You Have the Wrong Place:’ Body Camera Video Shows Moments Police Handcuff Innocent, Naked Woman During Wrong Raid Leon Taylor, Murder Suspect Being Extradited From Texas, Escapes Custody In Gary, Indiana Lyft Driver Gets Into...
    HOPES rose last night that millions of grandparents will be vaccinated within weeks after the first Covid jabs arrived in Britain. Lorries loaded with the vaccine travelled from Puurs, Belgium, to a warehouse in the north of England yesterday. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 7Hopes have risen that millions of grandparents will receive the coronavirus vaccine within weeksCredit: Getty Images - Getty 7The first Covid jabs have arrived in Britain and will be distributed to 50 hospital hubsCredit: PA:Press Association The “game-changing” jab from Pfizer/BioNTech will be distributed to 50 hospital hubs. And officials are increasingly confident millions of elderly people — including those in care homes — will get it by Christmas. Last night regulators indicated they will allow packs of 975 doses to be split so they can be taken to individual homes. This would remove a major barrier to distribution. Health chiefs have said current restrictions around the vaccine have created a “logistical nightmare”. It must be transported at -70C, moved only four times and given from a tray...
    This Thanksgiving looks a bit different as families are forced to celebrate apart. A pair of grandparents from Texas, Missy and Barry Buchanan, decided to ease the pain of not seeing their family by sending their grandchildren life-sized cutouts of themselves.As COVID-19 case numbers surge nationwide, health officials have repeatedly warned against traveling to visit loved ones - an upsetting reality for those who are accustomed to spending Thanksgiving and Christmas at home.RELATED: Millions still traveling, including many in SoCal, despite CDC pleas to stay home for ThanksgivingThe Buchanans usually spend the holidays with their families in Texas and California, but this year, they sent life-sized cardboard cutouts instead."We decided that Thanksgiving was too risky this year," Missy said in a Facebook post. "As COVID-19 numbers continued to rise, we wanted to show you that you can have fun and help keep everyone safe, too."The Buchanans say that their grandchildren even talk to and hug the cutouts. The family plans to celebrate the holiday together via Zoom.
    Two grandparents were bound and robbed by a group of five armed men during a home invasion in San Antonio early Tuesday, while their daughter managed to escape the terrifying ordeal with her baby by fleeing out of a window. The incident occurred just after 2:20 am at a home in the 2400 block of Cincinnati Avenue, near to North General McMullen Drive, on the west side of the city. Police say the five male assailants, who were all wearing body armor and holding weapons, kicked in the front door of the home as the victims were sleeping. The men immediately went into the grandparents’ bedroom and used zip ties to restrain them, News4 reported.  They then reportedly began shouting, ‘Where is the drugs? Where is the cash?’ at the victims, who were not named. Two grandparents were tied up and robbed during a home invasion in San Antonio in the early hours of Tuesday morning One of the victims is shown above, with a zip tie still visible around one of his wrists The group ransacked the...
    Amber Swain was sentenced to six months probation for misdemeanor child abuse Grandparents of three children who died in a horrific fire called for the woman who left them to be more harshly 'punished' after she was sentenced to just six months probation for leaving them at the home. Amber Swain was given the sentence for misdemeanor child abuse after she left three kids under the age of 10 alone when the family's Eastpointe, Michigan, home burned down.  'This was a mistake, a horrific mistake, with terrible consequences,' said attorney John Dakmak At around 4am one morning in March 2018, Swain left the children at the home as she went to go pick up her sister from work. Swain's two sons, nine-year-old Brendan Mahone and his eight-year-old brother Zyahir Swain, and her niece four-year-old Madison Swain were at the home when it caught fire.  All three died from smoke inhalation.   Fox 2 Detroit Privacy Policy At around 4am one morning in March 2018, Swain left the children at the Eastpointe, Michigan, home as she went to go...
    GRAND LAKE, Colo. (CBS4) – Family members believe two grandparents died in the East Troublesome Fire in Colorado. Grandchildren are posting about the family on Twitter. Lyle and Marilyn Hileman lived in a home north of Grand Lake, near the Meadowview Mountain Lodge. The story of the couple, who went into a bunker beneath their home when the fire approached Grand Lake, caught the attention of many on social media. Three other people, not related to the Hilemans, are also currently unaccounted for. I loving memory, Lyle and Marylin Hileman. Your family loves you and misses you, and will go forward with the love, dedication, kindness, and strength you taught to us. pic.twitter.com/iNyrBVDDUL — Taebear :: PalehornTea (@PalehornTea) October 23, 2020 Grand Lake resident Matthew Reed, who lost is home to the fire Wednesday, said he knew the couple well. They lived not far from him in Grand Lake. “They lived right next to Rocky Mountain National Park on Grand County Road 491 and they had a bomb shelter, per se, in their basement and they couldn’t get out.”...
    GRAND LAKE, Colo. (CBS4) – Family members believe two grandparents died in the East Troublesome Fire. Grandchildren are posting about the family on Twitter. Lyle and Marilyn Hileman lived in a home north of Grand Lake, near the Meadowview Mountain Lodge. The story of the couple, who went into a bunker beneath their home when the fire approached Grand Lake, caught the attention of many on social media. Three other people, not related to the Hilemans, are also currently unaccounted for.   I loving memory, Lyle and Marylin Hileman. Your family loves you and misses you, and will go forward with the love, dedication, kindness, and strength you taught to us. pic.twitter.com/iNyrBVDDUL — Taebear :: PalehornTea (@PalehornTea) October 23, 2020 Grandchildren say the couple lived in a large home north of the city. Confirmed from Sheriff: The home is a total loss.#EastTroublesomeFire Search and Rescue is going to see if they are still safe in their bunker… In loving memory, The Big Yellow House pic.twitter.com/qtdxjQaViG — Taebear :: PalehornTea (@PalehornTea) October 22, 2020 They have the original plans...
    Two Seattle homeowners with a “Thin Blue Line” flag outside their house were targeted in drive-by shooting on Friday, police confirmed to Fox News. Surveillance footage obtained by KIRO-TV shows a vehicle firing nine shots at a home in North Seattle before speeding away. Pro-cop protesters carryng a Blue Lives Matter flag at the protest. (LightRocket via Getty Images) The owners of the home are two grandparents who have reportedly lived in the neighborhood for more than 30 years. The couple told the station they believed they were targeted because of the flag, which is meant to convey support for law enforcement. The man said “about twice a week” he argued with people who made “derogatory remarks” and told him to take down the flag. “I didn’t argue with anybody,” he said. “ACAB,” which stands for “All Cops Are Bastards” and “Black Lives Matter” have also been spray-painted outside their home, according to the station. MICHIGAN LAW ENFORCEMENT ON HIGH ALERT AFTER ANTI-GOVERNMENT MILITIA ALSO PLOTTED TO TARGET, KILL POLICE Seattle police have...
    A Chicago bus driver let his 21-year-old grandson, recently paroled from prison, move into his home, which became the scene of a bloody double homicide Tuesday night, according to local reports. Gabriel Tyson, 66, and his ex-wife, 65-year-old Carmella Tyson were found stabbed to death in their Markham, Ill., home. CHICAGO-AREA POLICE REPORTEDLY WARNED BY FBIY OF GANG PACT TO 'SHOOT ON-SIGHT ANY COP' Police arrested their grandson, according to CBS Chicago, but did not immediately release his name. Authorities found him inside the suburban Chicago home on Sawyer Avenue, allegedly sitting “calmly” in a bedroom with kitchen knives. His name was being withheld until charges are approved, but authorities confirmed he is related to the victims, according to the Chicago Tribune. 80-YEAR-OLD CALIFORNIA MAN ROBBED IN GROCERY STORE DIES OF INJURIES, FAMILY SAYS Gabriel Tyson, also known as Gabe, was a longtime bus driver for the Chicago Transit Authority and lived on the street for decades, CBS Chicago reported. “He had a good heart to let someone stay with you,” his neighbor Fran Jurek told the outlet. “I sure, I wouldn’t if someone just came out of...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Gone, for now, are the days when retirees Bill and Mary Hill could do whatever they please. Since school started for their only grandchild, they’re not leisurely reading the morning newspaper, dawdling over a sudoku or staying holed up in their Colorado cabin to beat the Arizona heat. Instead, they greet 8-year-old Will at the gate of their residential community in suburban Phoenix every school day, often rolling up in their golf cart. The 72-year-old Bill, a former college sports administrator, and 70-year-old Mary, who worked as a nurse practitioner, volunteered to keep Will five days a week and oversee distance learning after their son and daughter-in-law were required to report in person to the school where they teach. “At first it was like, we’d love to be a part of this and get to see our grandson more, really get to know him a little better,” Mary said. “At the same time, we were going, `Oh my gosh.′ We knew it would change our lives and it has. It’s much busier.” Whether students are...
    PHOENIX (AP) — Zita Robinson, who’s 77 and diabetic, has been careful around her granddaughter since the coronavirus pandemic took hold. A door connects Robinson’s apartment in Phoenix to the main house where 8-year-old Traris “Trary” Robinson-Newman and her mother live, but it mostly stays shut. Their only physical contact is if Trary walks in with her back toward Grandma. Then Robinson will kiss her own hand and lightly touch Trary’s back — “like I’m sending her a kiss with my hand.” “It’s very hard,” Robinson said. “We live together, but we live apart.” Not hugging Grandma is hard for Trary, too: “It’s like I can’t see her anymore.” The separation Trary and her grandmother experience in their home is becoming a bigger issue as children go back to school. Many public schools nationwide are starting remotely in the fall, but if classes resume in person later this year, the chasm could grow between generations who live together. Millions of seniors 65 and up, one of the populations most vulnerable to the virus, live with a school-age child. For those...
    By TERRY TANG, Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) — Zita Robinson, who's 77 and diabetic, has been careful around her granddaughter since the coronavirus pandemic took hold. A door connects Robinson's apartment in Phoenix to the main house where 8-year-old Traris “Trary” Robinson-Newman and her mother live, but it mostly stays shut. Their only physical contact is if Trary walks in with her back toward Grandma. Then Robinson will kiss her own hand and lightly touch Trary's back — "like I’m sending her a kiss with my hand.” “It's very hard,” Robinson said. “We live together, but we live apart.” Not hugging Grandma is hard for Trary, too: “It's like I can't see her anymore." The separation Trary and her grandmother experience in their home is becoming a bigger issue as children go back to school. Many public schools nationwide are starting remotely in the fall, but if classes resume in person later this year, the chasm could grow between generations who live together. Millions of seniors 65 and up, one of the populations most vulnerable to the virus, live with...
    Found! Julia Mann, 17, who vanished from Georgia four months ago, was found safe in another state on Tuesday morning  A 17-year-old girl who vanished from her grandparents' home in Georgia in =late February was found safe in another state this morning.  The Oconee County Sheriff's Office in Georgia shared the news on its Facebook page on Tuesday, stating that Julia Mann has been located.  'She appears to be safe and local authorities have been notified,' the post read. 'We will not release any further at this time. Please respect her privacy and be respectful to a teenage girl and her family. Thank you for your concern and your assistance in finding Julia.' Mann vanished between February 20 and 21 while staying at the home of her grandparents in Watkinsville.  Sheriff's investigators said at the time they believed the teen 'left alone and on her own accord.'   Sheriff Scott Berry told the Athens Banner-Herald that he got the news from Mann's father, who was contacted by an out-of-state agency. He declined to say where the teen was found.   'We’re...
    A record number of adults were living in the same home as their parents or grandparents last April, according to a survey from the U.S. Census Bureau analyzed by researchers from Zillow. 32 million American adults lived with a parent or grandparent in April, the highest on record and an increase of 9.7% from last year. The researchers also found that about 2.7 million adults moved in with their parent or grandparent in March, and over 80% of these adults are members of “Generation Z,” or people between the ages of 18 and 25. “Employment and living situations among this young age group are generally the most in flux even in normal times, and the added uncertainty of the pandemic and future employment prospects makes this group even vulnerable to volatile swings in job and housing markets,” Zillow writes, noting that “an unprecedented level” of young adults were living at home in April. “While students returning home after the nationwide closure of college campuses this spring is undoubtedly driving some of this surge. Young adults were overwhelmingly driven back home...
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