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    BANGKOK -- A resident of a high-rise condominium in Thailand cut the support rope for two painters, apparently angry she wasn't told they would be doing work, and left them hanging above the 26th floor until a couple rescued them, police said Wednesday.The woman is facing attempted murder and property destruction charges, Pol. Col. Pongjak Preechakarunpong, chief of the Pak Kret police station north of the Thai capital, told The Associated Press.Pongjak did not say what prompted the suspect to cut the rope, but Thai media reported that she was apparently frustrated when the workers appeared outside her room and hadn't seen an announcement by the condo that they would be doing work on Oct. 12.A video clip on social media showed two painters asking the residents on the 26th floor to open the window and let them in. One of the painters, a Myanmar national named Song, told the Thai media that he and his two friends had lowered themselves from the 32nd floor to repair a crack on the building.When he reached the 30th floor, he felt that...
    HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colo. (CBS4)– More than two dozen butchers from across Colorado, New Mexico and Wyoming gathered on the ice in Highlands Ranch on Monday. They came armed with their knives, trying to prove they are a cut above the rest for the first round of the National Meat Cutting Challenge. (credit: CBS) READ MORE: Eastbound I-70 In Glenwood Canyon Closing Overnight Tuesday For Emergency RepairsThey met on the ice rink to keep the meat at a chilly 38 degrees. Each competitor got 30 pounds of meat to cut all while being timed. (credit: CBS) READ MORE: Historic High Line Canal Getting New Mission“They have to produce the best quality steak so that means correct size, correct thickness and the best overall yield,” said Nicholas Carroll with Texas Road House. (credit: CBS) MORE NEWS: Pre-Evacuation Notices Lifted For Residents Near Ptarmigan FireThis contest is a qualifying event and the “steaks” are pretty high. The winner will advance to the semi-finals and possibly the nationals with a chance to win $20,000.
    BRITISH MMA star Kane Mousah suffered a horrific cut to his left eyebrow in his clash with Davy Gallon last night. The Danger locked horns with the Frenchman on the prelim portion of Bellator 267 at London's SSE Wembley Arena. 4British lightweight Kane Mousah suffered a horrific cut above his left eye at Bellator 267Credit: BELLATOR MMA 4But The Danger ended up going the full 15 minutes with French opponent Davy GallonCredit: BELLATOR MMA 4Mousah needed 15 stitches for his horrific gashCredit: [email protected] And he was on the receiving end of a nasty elbow in the first round that split his head wide open. The entire arena gasped in shock when the lightweight's slasher-film worthy cut came up on the big screen between the rounds. But, remarkably, the cageside official allowed Mousah to continue - putting a huge dollop of vaseline on the cut. The wound, however, immediately reopened after the restart, with blood pouring door Mousah's face as the pair went to war. Mousah, to his credit, battled valiantly and had several big moments in the fight. But the...
    Zooey Deschanel, Property Brothers stars have glam double date, plus more stars at the 2021 Creative Arts Emmy Awards Just How Rich Are Jeff Bezos, Donald Trump and These Other Big Names? KANSAS CITY, Mo. – In one play, Patrick Mahomes reminded his Kansas City Chiefs of the reason for their unfailing belief. AFC Week 1 overreactions: Chiefs, Mahomes show they still have championship mettle USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Nick Wright unveils his Super Bowl LVI predictions ahead of Week 1 I FIRST THINGS FIRST FOXSports Colin Cowherd unveils his final predictions for the 2021 NFL season I THE HERD FOXSports The Hurry-Up: JuJu Smith-Schuster Interview Sports Illustrated The Hurry-Up: Jalen Hurts Interview Sports Illustrated Reid Fowlers 2021 fantasy preview presented by DraftKings NFL Palmer, Rosenthal: Broncos rookie RB shows shades of Gore, Kamara NFL PFFs Chahrouri: What to watch between Browns-Chiefs, Steelers-Bills, Bears-Rams NFL Marcas Grant: Top 4 sneaky fantasy starts...
    VLADIMIR Putin's spy ship armed with state-of-the-art stealth subs have been spotted lurking over UK internet cables, sparking fears they could be cut. Russian navy ship the Yantar was caught loitering above major undersea cables off the Irish coastline on Tuesday night. 4The Yantar docked at a port in Kaliningrad, RussiaCredit: Alamy 4Vladimir Putin has stepped his campaign to sabotage Britain's communications network The vessel was above at least one commercial subsea cable. The ship spent the early hours of Wednesday morning moving through seas to the north of Mayo and west of Donegal in a zig zag fashion, suggesting it was searching for something beneath the water. It then moved to the west of Killybegs fishing harbour before scuttling off into the Atlantic. The ship's behaviour is being described as highly suspicious and Britain's Defence Force and NATO are now monitoring it, according to The Times. The Yantar was operating outside Ireland's territorial waters but inside the exclusive economic zone. The Defence Forces said: "This ship is transmitting on the Automatic Identification System and is outside Irish Territorial Waters....
    FRAZER CLARKE'S Olympic's came to an unfortunate end this morning courtesy of a horrific cut above his right eye. The 29-year-old locked horns with Uzbekistan's Bakhodir Jalolov in the super-heavyweight semi-finals early this morning. 2Frazer Clarke locked horns with Bakhodir Jalolor this morningCredit: Reuters 2The cuts the Burton bruiser suffered in last week's quarter-finals re-openedCredit: Getty But the horrific cuts he suffered in his quarter-final clash with Mourad Aliev last week came back to haunt him as the referee waved off the contest in the third round. A dejected Clarke protested the ref's decision to call off the contest. But the official made the right call waving off the bout as the laceration above the heavyweight's right eye was sickening. Clarke was outboxed BY the bruising southpaw in the opening round, which he lost on all of the judge's scorecards. But the Burton brawler came roaring back in the second, landing a big straight right the wobbled the Uzbek. The referee gave Jalolov a standing eight count, much to the frustration of the 27-year-old. Clarke's wobbling of Jalolov, however, didn't...
    TOKYO (AP) — Whether a lock for the podium or a fringe competitor, Olympians in all disciplines came to Tokyo coiffed to contend. Japanese tennis star Naomi Osaka debuted bright red box braids as she lit the cauldron at the opening ceremony. Similar styles in varoius colors have been popular around the Games — neon pink for sprinter Amya Clarke of Saint Kitts and Nevis; blue, red and white for French judo fighter Romane Dicko. Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce of Jamaica was easy to pick out in the 100-meter — even at high speeds, her flashy yellow and orange look pops. Uche Eke’s highlights are more subtle — the Nigerian gymnast has green tips to match his uniform. It’s not the Olympics without the rings, of course. Mongolian shooting coach Undralbat Lkhagva has them shaved into the back of his head, each of the five circles dyed a different color. ___ More AP Olympics: https://apnews.com/hub/2020-tokyo-olympics and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    (CNN)California's power grid operator has issued a statewide alert urging residents to cut back electricity use Wednesday due to higher-than-normal temperatures expected in Northern California and tight energy supplies across the West.Officials called for voluntary electricity conservation from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday to avoid rolling outages during the persistent heat, the California Independent System Operator said in a press release.In order to avoid straining the state's power grid, consumers are urged to turn off unnecessary lights, set air conditioner thermostats to 78 degrees or higher, and delay using major appliances until after 9 p.m., CAISO said."The conservation measures can help stabilize the power grid during a time of tight demand and supply and avoid power interruptions," the release said.Thieves in California are stealing scarce water amid extreme drought, devastating some communitiesSome Northern California cities, including Sacramento and Redding, are expected to reach triple digits Wednesday and remain abnormally warm the rest of the week, according to the National Weather Service. Some valleys of Siskiyou and Shasta counties are expecting dangerously hot conditions with temperatures reaching up to 110...
    More from: Mark Cannizzaro Harris English’s caddie savors life on Tour after 10-year prison stint Rickie Fowler looking to rejoin golfs elite Jon Rahms anger management promise helping him in so many ways Misery has become a thing for Rory McIlroy, Louis Oosthuizen Justin Thomas dad strives for different kind of bond with son CROMWELL, Conn. — John Pak will have better days than the one he had Friday at the Travelers Championship. Probably a lot of them. So, too, will his parents, Kwang and Michelle, who nervously watched their son battle in his attempt to make the cut for the first time in his young professional career. Life has been moving fast for Pak, a 22-year-old from Scotch Plains, N.J., who recently turned pro and is chasing the dream he has had since he was a youngster swinging sawed-off clubs in the yard. Pak didn’t make the cut, fighting his swing on a 3-over-par back nine and shooting a 2-over 72 to finish at even-par, two shots shy of the 2-under cut line. Most painful was the fact...
    The body of a missing San Francisco computer programmer has been discovered by police inside a small, hidden crawl space above his bathroom more than a month after his disappearance - as investigators say no foul place is suspected in his death., The San Francisco Police Department said in a press release on Wednesday that officers initially served a search warrant at 50-year-old Christopher Woitel's apartment in the Mission District on February 12, looking for evidence of a crime, but found no signs of forced entry and left.  Three days later, on Monday, investigators from the department's Special Victims Unit returned to the missing man's apartment on Guerrero Street, accompanied by a team from Crime Scene Investigations, and focused their second search on a small, three-foot-tall crawl space above the bathroom.    Inside, they located Woitel's body, which police wrote 'was hidden from plain view.' It's unknown as this time how or why the 5-foot-10, 200-pound man ended up inside the tiny space.  Scroll down for video  Found: Christopher Woitel, 50, was found dead inside a three-foot-high crawl space...
    (CNN)Wealthy Americans would enjoy a big tax cut if the Supreme Court overturns the Affordable Care Act.That's because the landmark health care law included two taxes levied specifically on higher-income folks. Those would disappear if Obamacare comes to an end.The Supreme Court is scheduled to hear oral arguments Tuesday in a case that could decide the Affordable Care Act's fate. A coalition of Republican state attorneys general led by Texas and joined by the Trump administration are arguing that the individual mandate is unconstitutional because Congress reduced the penalty for not having health insurance to zero as part of the 2017 Republican tax cuts -- and that, as a result, the entire law must fall. As part of the Affordable Care Act, which was enacted 10 years ago, the wealthy were hit with a 3.8% tax on net investment income -- including interest, dividends and capital gains -- and a 0.9% Medicare tax on wages. Both are levied only on individuals with modified adjusted gross incomes above $200,000 and on married couples with incomes above $250,000. And both apply only...
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    Devin Brugman turned up the heat in a steamy new Instagram share on Friday afternoon. The model shared a collection of photos on which she rocked a low-cut corset and a matching miniskirt that hugged her body in all the right places as she posed on a balcony. In the caption, she wrote that she’s happiest in warm and humid weather. Devin’s look included a sheer white top covered in small purple flowers. The corset featured thick straps on her shoulders and vertical lines running down the angled front. The square neckline plunged into her chest and pushed her ample cleavage out, while even more skin was on show beneath the see-through material. The shirt layered over the matching bottom, but a hint of her toned midsection was on display on the sides. The skirt had a high waist that rested above her hips and clung to her hourglass figure. The tight fabric folded and followed the curves of Devin’s booty before cutting off mid-thigh to show off her lean legs. Devin completed her outfit with a pair of white...
    Cindy Prado turned up the heat to the max in a sultry Instagram share on Thursday afternoon. The model posted a series of images in which she rocked a tiny ribbed bikini that showed off her incredible curves as she lounged on a balcony. The swimwear left almost nothing to the imagination, much to the delight of fans. The photos showed Cindy posing on the balcony just outside her Miami Beach, Florida residence, according to the post’s geotag. In one image, she stood in front of a silver and glass railing, while the other showed her relaxing on a lounger. A huge body of water could be seen behind her, as well as a line of buildings and palm trees. It looked to be a fairly cloudy day, but that didn’t stop Cindy from stepping out in her suit. Cindy’s look included a black wireless top with a cut-out at the base of her chest, just above the thick band. Her ample cleavage squeezed out of the scooping neckline, while her underboob was on full display behind the cut-out. The...
    The Kansas City Chiefs and Baltimore Ravens are the class of the NFL early on. The states of New York and New Jersey, however, wear total shame. 32 New York Jets 0-1 Last rank: 30th The Jets didn’t bother to show up in Buffalo. If they’d like to make it up to their fans, they should keep Adam Gase from showing up in Week 2. 12 Minnesota Vikings 0-1 Last rank: 8th If Kirk Cousins isn’t throwing more than nine times in the first half against a good team, the Vikings have more problems than their lackluster secondary. 11 Tennessee Titans 1-0 Last rank: 13th Ugly, but a win. Imagine if the Titans could actually kick, they’d really be cooking. 10 Arizona Cardinals 1-0 Last rank: 16th Arizona was my preseason sleeper in the NFC (seriously, look it up) and we saw why Sunday. Kyler Murray is legit, DeAndre Hopkins is incredible and the defense has athletes. 9 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 0-1 Last rank: 7th Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski looked like two old guys trying to play a young...
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