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The boyfriend was not harmed. “She’s going to be missed … We just want justice for her daughter.”
The two men remained at large, according to the Times. 33.987690
Pregnant Woman Fatally Stabbed During Fight in Venice; 3 Attackers Sought A 17-year-old girl was arrested on suspicion of murder in the death of a pregnant mother who was stabbed during a fight near Venice Beach last month, the Los Angeles Times reported on Monday, citing police. Jasmine Preciado is seen in an undated photo provided by her family on Nov. The victim’s cousin, who wished to remain anonymous, told KTLA the day after the fatal incident that Preciado lived in Inglewood and was visiting friends with her boyfriend at the time she was killed. 22, 2016. The teen turned herself in to authorities at the Los Angeles Police Department’s Olympic Division on Friday, according to the newspaper. 21. Her identity has not been released due to her age. “She loved her daughter,” Preciado’s cousin said. Preciado, a mother of a 3-year-old girl, was three months pregnant at the time, according to LAPD She had apparently gotten into a fight with the teen girl and two men when the stabbing took place. She had been wanted in the stabbing death of 22-year-old Jasmine Preciado, who was killed in a fight involving three other people near Windward and Pacific avenues on the night of Nov.
“We saw that over the Thanksgiving holiday in Chicago, when 70 people were shot, nine of them fatally. They had been leaving each other notes on a desk, neither knowing the identity of their mysterious pen pal. Stephen Teret, founding director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Policy and Research, said the video is powerful and “extraordinarily well done. “These acts are preventable when you know the signs. Everyone has the power to intervene and get help. While we watch Evan’s story, a darker tale is unfolding in the background. Many people are unaware of that there are specific signs that people give off that can indicate a violent act is imminent,” said Nicole Hockley, co-founder and managing director of Sandy Hook Promise. “We wanted to create an impactful visual to show that violence is preventable if you know the signs. But the much-awaited encounter was cut short when a single gunman appeared behind them at the school’s gym entrance. “I’d like to see the take-home message to be, we need a prevention policy in addition to the students, parents and teachers spotting a student creating havoc. 41.414112
-73.303566 On Thursday, the Connecticut Supreme Court said it will hear an appeal from the families. It just flipped my stomach at the end. These actions can save lives.”
Hockley said the organization timed the release to the holiday season, when violence spikes. Evan finally bumped into the girl he’d been searching for over the entire school year. Teret added, however, that “policy is difficult to make in this area.”
On December 14, 2012, Adam Lanza killed 20 children and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, in one of the worst mass shootings in US history. “We want this video to inspire hope in those who watch it, to show them that we are not helpless in the face of gun violence and that there is something all of us can do to prevent it,” Hockley added. Her first-grade son, Dylan, died in the Sandy Hook massacre. Lanza also killed his mother at their home. The families of nine of the Sandy Hook victims filed a lawsuit against the gun manufacture, but it was dismissed. In a chilling new public service announcement, Sandy Hook Promise — the gun violence prevention group led by families of those killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School — conveys a powerful message, concealing and then revealing signs that may lead to gun violence. We know that people will be spending a lot of time with their families in the coming weeks, and we thought this could inspire them to have important conversations about how to prevent violence together,” she said.
Henry DiCarlo has KTLA`s forecast on Dec. 5, 2016. 34.052234
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One, a 17-year-old, won’t be publicly identified because they are a minor, the city said. I love you Chase! Wittenauer lived in Nicaragua for a time as a child, according to his Facebook page. You are the most kind hearted, likeable, and artistic person anyone that knows you has ever met. The label issued a statement about Askew, calling her “one of the most talented and loving people we’ve ever known.”
“We will never be the same. His father posted a picture of it on his Facebook page, writing, “Please don’t let it be true.”
His friends share memories of the singer on Facebook. The Alameda County Sheriff’s Office Coroner’s Bureau confirmed his death in a statement. Life is just not fair. Here’s what we know so far about the victims:
Brandon Chase Wittenauer
Wittenauer, 32, was a prolific musician who went by the stage name Nex Luguolo. It is already being called one of the city’s deadliest blazes. (Credit: Francine Orr / Los Angeles Times)
These are among the 36 people who lost their lives Friday night in a fire at an Oakland warehouse where an electronic dance party was being held. A makeshift memorial of flowers and candles stands Dec. You will be with us always.”
Gomez-Hall, 25, lived in Coronado and worked at the Berkeley-based publishing house Counterpoint Press, where colleagues called him “an extraordinary co-worker and a true friend.”
The company released a statement on Gomez-Hall’s death on its Facebook page:
“Counterpoint is devastated over the loss of our co-worker and dear friend Nick Gomez-hall due to the Oakland Ghost Ship fire,” it reads. He was kind, considerate, hilarious… In short, he was an essential part of our team. After the fire, Wittenauer’s car was still parked outside the warehouse. Completely devastated by the loss of Cash Askew,” the statement reads. He was the band’s lead vocalist, according to the group’s Facebook page. A budding musician. A truck-lover and bowling alley denizen. I hate all this pain. Thank you for your kindness, help and love. Just before opening Facebook the newsfeed on my cell was that of the Oakland fire, Never ever putting the two together. I cannot say that enough.”
Askew, a 22-year-old musician who lived in Oakland, played in the band Them Are Us Too. “I woke up to this beautiful picture Saturday morning, no clue that disaster was around the corner. The Hayward, California, resident was known to friends as Chase, and was part of a musical duo called Symbiotix.Fungi. I am so lucky to know you and that you know me. Dais Records, based in Los Angeles and Brooklyn, released the band’s debut album, “Remain,” in 2015. Many more victims
The fire also claimed the lives of Donna Kellogg, 32, and Travis Hough, 35, both of Oakland; and Sara Hoda, 30, of Walnut Creek, California. I love you Chase! I want to be back on California. 37.804364
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Death Toll Rises to 33 in Oakland Warehouse Fire; 8 Victims Identified To all of you, thank you. 4 near the site of the Oakland warehouse fire. Another friend, Amanda Fish, wrote: “I love you so much Chase! A singer whose adoring fans called him Nex Luguolo. Cline’s brother, Neil Cline, wrote on Facebook, “We just received word that my brother David Cline passed away in the Oakland Fire. I feel selfish to say I want him back, i want this not to be true. “From the second Nick started at Counterpoint, he became part of our family. Authorities said they have identified at least 11 victims, but not all of their names have been released. Whether he was recommending new music to listen to (and it was always so good), regaling us with tales of the bowling alley, offering his beloved truck for a ride if anyone needed it, or sharing his much appreciated opinions about a book jacket or manuscript, he made everyone feel like they were his friend. Your Tia!,” friend Enid Dais wrote. CNN is pursuing additional information on the other victims. Life can be so cruel. “Please keep her and her family in your thoughts, along with all those lost in the Oakland tragedy.”
Cline, 35, lived in Oakland at the time of his death but was originally from Santa Monica. And now here we are torn to pieces unable to fix it. To David, we love you.
Wendy Burch reports for the KTLA 5 Morning News on Dec. 34.092809
Amazon began experimenting with physical bookstores a year ago, but Amazon Go may mark its boldest bet on bricks-and-mortar yet. The company could be perceived as being a threat to some of the 3.4 million Americans who work as cashiers, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. For years, there have been rumors the e-commerce company would expand its dominance from digital to physical shopping. Could we push the boundaries of computer vision and machine learning to create a store where customers could simply take what they want and go?” the company says on an informational page about Amazon Go. 5, 2016, that sells a mix of “grocery essentials” and ready-made meals. The first store is only open to Amazon employees and will not be an option for the general public until early next year. Amazon’s effort to launch a new kind of retail store predates the rise of Donald Trump. The first store is located in Seattle, where Amazon is headquartered. The video shows how customers check in at the entrance of the store with a new app called Amazon Go, then grab whatever items are needed. It’s also in a strong position to bring together data on its customers shopping habits online and offline to make better suggestions in all situations. However, Amazon’s move deeper into physical retail shops comes in a sensitive political climate. For now, Amazon is starting slow. Amazon has gone after book stores, retail chains and electronics shops. (Credit: From Amazon)
Amazon unveiled in a video a new physical store on Monday that sells a mix of “grocery essentials” and ready-made meals. Amazon has unveiled a new physical store on Dec. Now it’s taking on grocery stores, with a twist. 47.606209
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Read Books, Magazines for Free with Latest Amazon Prime Membership Perk When you’re done shopping, you just walk out. Amazon claims it can track the items automatically through a combination of computer vision and deep learning technologies. On the campaign trail, Donald Trump repeatedly criticized Amazon and its founder Jeff Bezos for “getting away with murder tax-wise” and having “a huge antitrust problem.” Will the President-elect add “job killer” to the list of criticisms? But the key selling point is what it doesn’t have: checkout lines. “Four years ago we asked ourselves: what if we could create a shopping experience with no lines and no checkout? By eliminating much of the staff needed to operate a store, Amazon keeps costs lower than traditional competitors.
Ronald and Carla Hiers, both in their 60s, had just overdosed after snorting heroin and were unaware of the crowd that had formed around them, some laughing and joking at their state. I’m a human being,” he said. We’ve all tried. “He did not put myself nor my wife in that position. “I was like, ‘What are you trying to tell me, God? Carla has been getting treatment at a Turning Point facility in Massachusetts. I don’t know what they’re capable of,” he said. It was a spectacle. The mother of three, who wishes to remain anonymous, said she has had a strained relationship with her father, with minimal contact for more than a decade. I don’t feel hopeless, worthless and useless anymore.”
-90.048980 But part of what drew in viewers is the fact that Garner is heard laughing at the pair. … A husband. “I just completely put him out of my life.”
Days after the couple’s overdose, WREG put together a story about the video, and Ronald’s daughter saw it. Carla Hiers is still completing her treatment in Massachusetts. The company allocated scholarship money for both Ronald and Carla to get help. Now, nearly two months after the video went viral, Ronald Hiers has spoken out for the first time, exclusively to CNN. We’ve told him to get help. “I am a son. WARNING: Graphic language
“As soon as I had my daughter at 21, I was like, ‘I’m done with you. Both he and his wife survived that day after being revived by first responders using the drug Narcan, which can reverse opioid overdoses. Had it been his mother or father on that sidewalk, on their face, he would have certainly called 911 instead of filming a video to see how many hits he could get on it.”
How they got help
It was Ronald Hiers’ 34-year-old daughter who ultimately got the pair help. Garner, who filmed the couple passed out, did not respond to attempts for an interview. His wife is lying face-down on the concrete. We’ve thrown money at him,’ ” she said. Both were given scholarships by Turning Point to attend rehab in separate facilities. “That’s what so many people missed about it. The video that saved them
The nine-minute Facebook Live video that was broadcast to the world, which Ronald has called the lowest point in his life, has had more than 3 million views on Garner’s Facebook page. A brother. One man, Courtland Garner, broadcast a profane video of the pair live on Facebook while others took photos. I can’t help him. They were not. Those were two human beings.”
A couple of weeks ago, Ronald finished treatment at a rehab center in Southaven, Mississippi — just across the state line from the site of his overdose — and will live in a supervised community living home to help him transition back to life outside of the center and stay clean. A grandfather. “Since the video surfaced, I’ve learned that I can trust people, something I never did before. “I know kids be on social media.”
Ronald Hiers was visibly upset as he heard Garner and others laugh at his expense but said he is not angry at the man. I’m not going to expose her to everything I’ve been exposed to,’ ” she said. Hiers quietly watched the video of what happened on October 3, the incident that he says he has no memory of, and cringes as he hears people laugh and joke as he is barely able to move. “I don’t deal with people on drugs like that. In a statement sent by the facility, she said she has been addicted to opioids for 40 years and called the incident a “wakeup call.”
“I am very optimistic about my recovery, and feel like God has reached down and pulled me out of a very dangerous situation,” the statement read. What am I supposed to do with this? The group surrounded the couple as they were passed out on a Memphis, Tennessee, sidewalk in the middle of the day, barely moving. A father. It made me laugh.” In a separate Facebook Live he posted on his profile page the day after the incident, he explained why he filmed the couple instead of trying to help them. I felt something in my heart that I hadn’t felt in years: compassion to help.”
His daughter called the number for Turning Point’s addiction help hotline at the end of WREG’s story and managed to persuade him to go to rehab for the first time in his life.
They include chicken breast strips with rib meat, boneless chicken cubes, chicken breast fajita strips and many more items. National Steak and Poultry issued a recall of more 1.9 million pounds of its ready-to-eat chicken products, the Unites States Department of Agriculture said Monday. The products are sold as fully cooked for consumers to heat and serve, but they may be undercooked. The USDA categorizes this as a class I recall which means there is “reasonable probability that the use of the product will cause serious, adverse health consequences or death.”
However, there have been no confirmed reports of illness related to these products so far, according to the USDA. The total amount of products now subject to the recall is estimated to be 1,993,528 pounds. Undercooked poultry can harbor bacteria that can lead to gastrointestinal illness. That recall included 17,439 pounds of ready-to-eat chicken parts for the same reason. A complete list of recalled products can be found on the USDA website, www.fsis.usda.gov. The products were sold to retailers nationwide and were produced between August 20 and November 30 of this year. The expansion was prompted by a November 28 complaint from a customer about undercooked products, according to the USDA. They have a USDA inspection mark with P-6010T on it. The USDA Food Safety Inspection Service said the recall was issued, “due to adulteration because of possible undercooking, resulting in the potential survival of bacterial pathogens in the products.”
The announcement expands a recall first issued Nov. 23 by the Oklahoma-based company. 37.090240
Every president is required to have local law enforcement protection when they return home during their tenures, but the cost associated with Trump are particularly expensive: He lives in the most densely-populated neighborhood of the nation’s biggest city. “We will begin the conversation with the federal government shortly on reimbursement for the NYPD for some of the costs that we are incurring.”
While primary responsibility for the protection of the president, or president-elect, rests with the Secret Service, local law enforcement is charged with assisting them, particularly in controlling movements of the general public. New York Mayor Bill de Blasio will announce Monday that he is asking Congress and Donald Trump for $35 million to cover the cost of protecting the president elect until the inauguration, according to a person familiar with the plan. “This is a very substantial undertaking. The new figure from de Blasio reflects updated budgeting, the source told CNN. Donald Trump has also indicated he plans to return home regularly, especially while his wife and child are still there. 40.712784
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Trump Rants Against China on Twitter After Controversial Taiwan Call The amount comes to roughly $500,000 a day. CNNMoney reported last month that protecting Trump and his family was costing New York City more than $1 million a day. It will take substantial resources,” he said at the time. At a press conference in November, de Blasio said the city would need help with the security costs, particularly police overtime. The announcement is expected to come during an unrelated news conference at 10 a.m. The cost of protecting Trump won’t necessarily drop significantly once he moves to the White House, since Melania Trump and the couple’s 10-year-old son Barron expect to stay at their Trump Tower home in midtown Manhattan until at least the end of the school year.
“As a police officer we are better than that. “As long as it starts the ‘Don’t drink and drive’ dialogue, we’re happy with that.”
Canadian Police Hope Threat of Nickelback Tunes Will Deter DUI Drivers Hartlen also apologized to the band. We are called to lift up those that are down,” said Hartlen. “As we spoke I found out some wonderful news. “We are just using a different approach to get an age-old message communicated,” he said. So we decided it was best to take down the original post.”
Bullying is never okay
Bullying, he wrote, is never okay and that’s the biggest reason for his change of heart. They feel just as strong about it as I do. It’s singing a different tune now: Sorry. “Our post became an international story. “How could I, later this week, walk into an elementary school classroom in uniform and try to teach the kids that bullying is wrong when I was guilty of the exact thing?” Hartlen asked. We don’t succeed off the backs of others. In a new Facebook post, Constable Robb Hartlen of Kensington police said he didn’t carefully consider his actions when he came up with his genius plan. And somewhere in the noise, the message of Don’t Drink and Drive was overshadowed by negativity towards the band I said I would play if you did,” he said. Remember the Canadian police force that said it would force drunk drivers to listen to Nickelback on the way to jail? The original post, which has long disappeared, was intended for those “dumb enough to feel they can drink and drive.”
“When we catch you, and we will catch you,” the department added, “on top of a hefty fine, a criminal charge and a years driving suspension we will also provide you with a bonus gift of playing the offices copy of Nickelback in the cruiser on the way to jail.”
Hartlen told CNN at the time the department doesn’t actually hate the band.
The Fort Worth Police Department is taking advantage of the buzz for the upcoming Rogue One Star Wars release in their latest recruitment video. 10-11, 2017, according to its Facebook page, where the video was posted. “Stop jerking the trigger,” the officer says. Rogue One is scheduled to be released on Dec. The Fort Worth Police Department posted a creative recruitment add to their Facebook page. The frustrated stormtrooper eventually looks over at the officer and tells him, “Hey, it’s not as easy as it looks.”
The officer, standing near the stormtrooper, then pulls out his gun and hits the bullseye several times. In the video, a stormtrooper is seen taking target practice while a member of the police department looks on. “Well, you’re closer to the target than I am.”
The department’s next civil service exam dates are Jan. 16. 32.755488