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    Five members of a family and their dog have been found dead in a house in Duluth in what the police chief described as an 'unimaginable tragedy'. Neighbors told The Minnesota Star Tribune that a family of four lived there, with two preteen girls.  The fifth deceased person in the house, a man, is the suspect, Fox 21 reported. Police were initially called to a property around seven miles away, for a welfare check at 11:18am in the Duluth suburb of Hermantown. When no one answered, Hermantown police contacted their Duluth colleagues, who were warned that a person inside the house may be armed. Duluth police then surrounded the house in the East Hillside district of their city. The property was known to police, Chief Mike Tusken said. Police in Duluth, Minnesota, were called to a house in the East Hillside district on Wednesday Officers were alerted by police in the suburb of Hermantown, who had initially been called to a welfare check at a property in Hermantown. Finding no answer, they alerted Duluth authorities Heavily-armed police with shields are seen arriving...
    GRAHAM Cochrane lost his job, but he turned the unfortunate event into a business opportunity. He was just 26 years old when he made this decision and faced more challenges than just one. 1Graham Cochrane says he makes $160,000 a month in passive incomeCredit: Instagram Graham, now aged 38, wrote in CNBC that when he started his production business, he struggled to make ends meet. He said: "I [only] made between $800 and $1,000 per month". On top of that, his wife was not earning big bucks either, as she was trying to turn her freelance photography side hustle into a full-time business. Since the two of them did not have a strong income stream, they started to live off their savings and food stamps. Read More on side hustlesHIGH REWARD I make $6,000 extra a month from a side hustle that now doesn't take ANY timeI'M A HUSTLER BABY I earn $4k a month from side hustles - and it only takes 10 hours a week Graham's real drive to make more money then increased when they became parents....
    (CNN)An evening boat trip quickly turned life-threatening for one California man.Scott Thompson, a commercial fisherman, took his boat out on the Santa Barbara Channel around 5 pm on January 26. Five hours of swimming later, he wound up on an oil platform with no boat.Thompson wasn't fishing that day, but rather clearing his mind after recently losing a close friend.On his way back, he stood up on the side of the boat, but rough waters took hold of the vessel. Thompson lost his balance and fell. That left him stranded in the water and watching his boat drift away. He attempted to swim and catch up to it but was unsuccessful. Tongan man survives 27 hours at sea after tsunami "I thought to myself, great, this is how I'm going to die," Thompson, who was just wearing shorts and a t-shirt in the freezing waters, told CNN affiliate KABC. So he began swimming in hopes of finding safety.Read MoreAlong the way, Thompson was met with a seal, who seemed like a sense of hope at the time. "The seal would...
    A Colorado plastic surgeon is facing manslaughter charges over the death of a 19-year-old patient who died 14 months after he botched her breast surgery.  Dr Geoffrey Kim, 52, admitted he didn't call 911 for five hours after Emmalyn Nguyen went into cardiac arrest when she was given anesthesia by nurse Rex Meeker on August 1, 2019.  Kim turned himself in to Arapahoe County Sheriff's officials on Wednesday and is expected to be charged with negligent homicide, reckless manslaughter and misdemeanor obstruction of service. Emmalyn was left braindead and couldn't speak or walk after the surgery and died 14 months later.   Dr Geoffrey Kim, 52, admitted he didn't call 911 for five hours after Emmalyn Nguyen went into cardiac arrest when she was given anesthesia by nurse Rex Meeker on August 1, 2019 Emmalyn was left braindead and couldn't speak or walk after the surgery and died 14 months later Emmalyn's parents launched a negligence lawsuit against Dr. Geoffrey Kim (left), her plastic surgeon, and her nurse-anesthetist, Rex Meeker (right)  Emmalyn's parents, Lynn Fam and Sonny Nguyen, told KDVR in December 2019...
    A TODDLER has been left disabled and blind after his mum abandoned him in a scorching hot car for five hours as she played slot machines. Kaija Millar found her 14-month-old tot Easton unresponsive and foaming at the mouth after leaving him locked in her car outside a gaming venue in Melbourne, Australia. 4Kaija Millar has been jailed after leaving her young son locked in a scorching hot carCredit: 9 News 4Millar's son Easton has been left seriously disabled and blindCredit: Facebook A court heard how the 34-year-old drove to The Brook at around 9.50am one morning in January 2020 and left Easton in the vehicle with the window rolled up despite the 31C heat. The car had no air conditioning and she left him with just a bottle of water as she played slot machines and bingo in behaviour slammed as "appalling" the judge. Despite temperatures skyrocketing to a sweltering 37.5C, Millar only eventually went out to check on the youngster just before 3pm, reports news.com.au. The first-time mum was horrified to find Easton convulsing and unresponsive - prompting...
    A Navy SEAL candidate died after completing 'Hell Week,' while a second was hospitalized in San Diego.  Kyle Mullen, a 24-year-old from Manalapan, New Jersey, was taken to Sharp Coronado Hospital in Coronado, California, after displaying 'symptoms' following his completion of the brutal training. His cause of death was not released.  The SEAL candidate's name was withheld for 24 hours to notify the family. Mullen was not actively training at the time of his death, according to a spokesperson for the Navy. The cause of his death is currently unknown and an investigation is underway.  'We extend our deepest sympathies to Seaman Mullen's family for their loss,' said Rear Adm. H.W. Howard III, commander, Naval Special Warfare Command. 'We are extending every form of support we can to the Mullen family and Kyle's BUD/S classmates.'  Kyle Mullen died on Friday. Mullen, 24, was a Navy SEAL candidate and had just begun the rigorous selection process coined Hell Week Mullen played football at Yale University before transferring to Monmouth University in New Jersey Mullen played football for both Yale University and Monmouth University,...
    A TATTOO fanatic is unrecognisable in old photographs before he inked nearly all of his body. Tristan Weigelt, 25, has spent £40,000 to cover 95 per cent of his body in tattoos and he now looks like a totally different person just five years later. 3Tristan Weigelt  has spent hundreds of hours getting tattooedCredit: Instagram/@tristan_weigelt 3He has covered 95 per cent of his bodyCredit: Instagram/@tristan_weigelt The tattoo apprentice has undergone 260 painful hours under the needle and just his palms, private parts, bottom of his feet and ears free are from ink. “It's kind of weird looking at myself without all the tattoos,” he told the Daily Star. “But funnily enough I still feel exactly the same as before on the inside.” American-born Tristan now lives in Copenhagen and has become something of a celebrity with a huge Instagram following. “A lot of people stare and are pretty fascinated. My friends now say that it’s almost like walking around with a celebrity.” Most read in US NewsANGRY JOE Biden appears to call reporter Peter Doocy a 'stupid son of a b***h'...
    A BEDRIDDEN grandad who was left paralysed and unable to talk following an accident five years ago has claimed he's made a miracle recovery after having a Covid jab. Dularchand Munda, 55, left medics in India open-mouthed after he reportedly regained the ability to walk hours after being given a dose of the life-saving vaccine. 3Dularchand Munda claims he was able to walk again after being given a dose of the Covid jab 3The 55-year-old suffered spinal injuries in a crash five years ago Munda, who lives in Salgadih, Jharkhand, suffered spine injuries in a car crash back five years ago. He was reportedly left bed-bound for years and was unable to walk or talk. But according to local media, Munda has stunned doctors by regaining some movement in his legs and by speaking again. He told NDTV: "I am glad that I have taken the vaccine. "I can move my legs after taking the vaccine on January 4." Footage shows the moment Munda was helped to his feet before taking a step - aided by a walking stick. Most...
    SEVERE weather in Tennessee, Virginia, Maryland, and Georgia has killed five so far, with strong winds felling trees and an enormous snowstorm leaving hundreds stranded in their homes or on the road. In Montgomery County, Maryland, where some areas saw more than a foot of snow, a snowplow collided with an SUV on Columbia Pike, killing three. 4Zachariah Jackson, 5, died after a tree fell on his homeCredit: Family Handout 4The I-95 was brought to a standstill for more than 15 hours due to the snowCredit: Reuters 4Hundreds of motorists were stuck for close to a full dayCredit: Reuters A fourth person was reportedly hospitalized following the accident. Two children, in Tennessee and Georgia, were killed by trees that fell onto their homes. The winter storm brought heavy snow to Townsend, Tennessee, where a tree fell onto a vacation rental home near Great Smoky Mountains National Park, killing a seven-year-old girl. In DeKalb County, Georgia, a five-year-old boy was killed when strong winds knocked a tree onto the center of his home. He was named as Zachariah Jackson....
    A schoolteacher isolated herself in a plane's bathroom for five hours after she tested positive for Covid mid-flight. Marisa Fotieo took a rapid lateral flow test after her throat began to hurt during the journey from Chicago, Illinois to Reykjavik, Iceland. Despite giving a required negative pre-departure test, she soon found that she had been infected with Covid and was forced to self-isolate. 'There's 150 people on the flight, and my biggest fear was giving it to them,' Fotieo told NBC's Today show.  Michigan schoolteacher Marisa Fotieo isolated herself in a plane's bathroom for five hours after she tested positive for Covid mid-flight @marisaefotieo Shout out to @Icelandair for my VIP quarantine quarters.. #luxuryliving #imsolucky #covid #vaccinated #fyp #viralvideotiktok #quarantine ¿ I'm So Lucky Lucky - Grandzz The Michigan schoolteacher then spent five hours of the six-hour journey in the plane's tiny bathroom. She posted videos of the experience on TikTok, with a clip of her finding out she was Covid positive going viral with more than 4 million views. 'Within what felt like two seconds there were two lines,' she...
    A school teacher from Michigan locked herself in the tiny bathroom of a trans-Atlantic flight for five hours after she learned she had COVID-19 while in the air. Marisa Fotieo was flying from Chicago to Iceland on Dec. 20 when she started to feel her throat getting sore, according to a report. She was able to get her hands on a rapid test and "within what felt like two seconds" learned she had COVID-19, Fotieo said. NYPD OFFICERS LOSE NEW YEAR'S TIME OFF AS CASES RISE IN CITY "There's 150 people on the flight, and my biggest fear was giving it to them," she said. With five hours left on the flight, Fotieo said she thought the best course of action would be to hide in the plane's bathroom until it landed. Fotieo captured the experience on camera and posted it to TikTok, and the video has garnered over 1.5 million likes. @marisaefotieo Shout out to @Icelandair for my VIP quarantine quarters.. luxuryliving imsolucky covid vaccinated fyp viralvideotiktok quarantine ♬ I'm So...
    Some WhatsApp users were reporting having difficulties accessing the popular messaging app on Tuesday evening with a partial outage lasting about five hours. For those using WhatsApp on an iPhone, the app was said to be crashing when users attempted to open it, with the problem affecting users globally over the last few hours. Several Twitter users declared the app to have ceased working on the iOS platform.  WhatsApp users around the world are reporting the app to be crashing as soon it opens But the issues are not simply isolated to the phone with problems reported on WhatsApp, WhatsApp Business and WhatsApp beta.   Tech website 9to5Mac confirmed the bug occurred as soon as the icon was tapped from the home screen. It made it impossible for users to get as far as to send messages or view their conversation lists.  WhatsApp is the most popular messaging service in over 100 countries.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Never mess up a voice message again! WhatsApp now lets you... WhatsApp adds cryptocurrency payment option using Meta's new......
    Hero pilots flew an 'out of control' plane over Siberia for five hours when the aircraft plunged into a sudden dive after taking off with 200 passengers onboard.  The S7 plane ran into trouble - the autopilot system disconnected, there was an onboard electronics failure and the fuselage was covered in ice - five minutes after taking off from Magdan airport in eastern Russia.  The captain made a Mayday call but the pilots were unable to offload fuel and land in the departure airport, despite circling overhead several times.  Instead, they were forced to fly on over mountain ranges, towards the next nearest airport Yakutsk before finally landing in Irkutsk five and half hours later.   The plane was impounded on arrival and police are probing whether faulty or deliberately botched de-icer spray was used on the fuselage ahead of take off.  Passengers, among them 25 children, reportedly applauded the pilots after they safely landed the plane in Irkutsk. They were offered drinks, food and onward flights.  Hero pilots flew this 'out of control' plane over Siberia for five hours after...
    A 14-MONTH-OLD baby has been left blind and brain damaged after his mum left him in a hot car for five hours to gamble in a pub. Kaija Millar, 34, pleaded guilty at the County Court of Victoria, Australia, to negligence causing serious injury to her young son Easton. 2Kaija Millar pleaded guilty to negligence causing serious injury to her son EastonCredit: Facebook 2Millar left her son in a boiling hot car to gamble for five hoursCredit: Facebook The court heard Easton was strapped inside the boiling hot car with the windows closed and air conditioning off - as outside temperatures reached 37.5C. Millar at the time was playing bingo for five hours inside the Brook Hotel before the negligent mother bothered to check on him. The young boy's internal temperature skyrocketed to 40C, causing his body to go into renal failure and leaving his liver in distress, the court heard. It also sent him blind and severely damaged his brain, as his body turned 'grey blue'. Millar begged witnesses to the crime not to tell her husband what she...
    The leader of the Proud Boys has arrived at jail to begin a five month sentence hours after launching an 11th hour appeal against his sentence for burning a Black Lives Matter flag. Enrique Tarrio sang and hugged an unidentified pal pal as he handed himself into jail in Washington DC Monday night over the December 2020 theft and destruction of a flag from a black Methodist church.  Speaking to WUSA 9 reporter Eric Flack as he prepared to walk up to the jail gate Tarrio said: 'I've nothing to say to the members of that church or congregation any more. I already apologized to them once... 'The same justice system that Black Lives Matter fights for is the same justice system championing my arrest, and I find that hysterical.' He added: 'Yes I did burn their property and I apologized to them, but after what I heard from them this was strictly political. They wanted to put the bad guy, the villain, in jail, and congratulations - they have.' Lawyers for Enrique Tarrio filed the 67 page motion Monday...
    The Navy has declared the five sailors still missing after last week’s helicopter crash dead. The U.S. 3rd fleet announced on Saturday that the rescue operations have shifted to recovery operations after an MH-60S helicopter that embarked aboard the USS Abraham Lincoln crashed into the sea Tuesday afternoon — roughly 60 nautical miles off the coast. EXCLUSIVE: FORMER NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISER CALLS FOR AFGHANISTAN 'ACCOUNTABILITY' “We are deeply saddened by the loss of five Sailors and those injured following the MH-60S helicopter tragedy off the coast of Southern California,” Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Mike Gilday said in a statement . “We stand alongside their families, loved ones, and shipmates who grieve.” The 3rd fleet said the rescue operations spanned more than 72 hours and included 34 search and rescue flights, over 170 hours of flight time, and five search helicopters. Five additional sailors were hurt in the incident. Two had to be transported ashore for treatment, while the other three suffered minor injuries and were able to remain on the ship. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE FROM THE...
    PREGNANT women, OAPs and families with babies were among those reportedly forced to queue for up to five hours at Heathrow Airport. Furious holidaymakers faced a fifth day of chaos amid issues with eGates and staffing at Europe's busiest airport. 4Travellers say they faced huge five-hour queues at Heathrow yesterday on the fifth day of chaos at the airportCredit: Reuters Brits claim they were crammed into hallways with no social distancing and made to walk long distances as shuttles weren't available. The Home Office, which has blamed understaffing, denied claims of five-hour queues. One official said the longest delay at Terminal 5 yesterday was an hour and 15 minutes. But tourists returning home say the disruption at immigration caused delays into the early hours of the morning yesterday. And the mayhem worsened because families with children under 12 can't use eGates - causing havoc for people returning from their first holidays abroad since lockdown. Passengers claim they were "stranded" in poorly-ventilated hallways with no access to water or toilets. Travel firms have warned the queues are damaging the appeal of...
    A dog sits in front of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) during Chewy Inc.'s initial public offering (IPO) in New York, U.S., on Friday, June 14, 2019.Michael Nagle | Bloomberg | Getty Images Check out the companies making headlines after the bell. ChargePoint Holdings — ChargePoint, which makes charging systems for electric vehicles, soared more than 13% in extended trading after reporting quarterly revenue of $56.1 million, compared to the $49.1 million expected. The company also gave strong third-quarter and full-year revenue guidance. Chewy — Shares of the pet retailer took a 10% hit after it reported quarterly results. Chewy recorded a loss of 4 cents per share, which was greater than the 2 cents estimated by analysts. It also missed revenue expectations, reporting $2.16 billion for the quarter compared to estimates of $2.20 billion.  Five Below — The pre-teen-focused retailer's shares plummeted about 9% after reporting quarterly results late Wednesday. Its second-quarter earnings came in at $1.15 per share beating analysts' estimates, however, it missed on revenue, reporting $646.6 million compared to forecasts of $648.3 million. Five...
    A Florida man has issued an impassioned plea to unvaccinated people to get the COVID shot after his wife, who is battling stage four cancer, had to spend five hours waiting to be admitted to an ER last week because the hospital was overrun with virus patients.   Fort Lauderdale resident Karen Breitbart has stage four colon cancer that has spread to her abdomen, and was so ill after a recent chemotherapy treatment that her doctor told her to visit the emergency room. But when she got there, her husband had to leave her at the door due to pandemic restrictions, according to People — and inside, Karen was left alone for five hours before staff were finally able to put her on a gurney in a hallway to await a free bed. Karen Breitbart has stage four colon cancer and and was severely ill after a recent chemotherapy treatment, so her doctor told her to go the ER Florida reported 31,164 new cases of COVID-19 to the CDC on Monday, as well as 902 new deaths, according to the Miami...
    Outgoing New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has used the final hours of his time in office to grant commutations to five murderers. Cuomo announced he was commuting the prison sentences of David Gilbert, 76, Greg Mingo, 68, Robert Ehrenberg, 62, Ulysees Boyd, 66, and Paul Clark, 59, on Monday night. All five have murder convictions. A pardon was also granted to Lawrence Penn, 51, who admitted a fraud charge in 2015. Cuomo said: 'I am granting clemency to 6 people. These individuals have shown remorse, rehabilitation and commitment to their communities. I thank all the volunteer attorneys representing clemency applicants for their dedication and service to justice.' The governor will step down from his position at 11:59pm EST Monday night after being accused of sexual harassment by 11 women. He denies their claims. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul will replace him. Andrew Cuomo has announced five commutations for convicted murderers during his final hours in office  Breaking news, more to follow... 
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