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    A woman was killed in a two-alarm fire that tore through a condo complex in Northern Westchester, officials announced. First responders from the Somers Volunteer Fire Department responded to Heritages Hills on the West Hill shortly after 4:10 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 16, where there was a reported structure fire. Upon arrival, officials said that fire crews were met by flames tearing through the structure and heavy smoke that was seen billowing from the building, which contained two separate residential units. The second alarm was transmitted when first responders learned from neighbors that there was at least one person trapped inside the burning building. Officials noted that due to the heavy fire conditions, which engulfed the structure, a thorough search of the residence was delayed. Multiple agencies responded to the scene, working for hours to knock the flames down until the fire was brought under control shortly after 6 p.m. and fully extinguished at 10:57 p.m. According to officials, the fire was contained to two residential units, and once they were able to get inside for a thorough search, one...
    KURT Zouma's two cats "will remain in care after being checked over by vets," the RSPCA confirmed. The West Ham defender, 27, had his pets seized following the sickening clip of him drop-kicking one at his mansion. 1Zouma's cats, which were taken away from him, will remain in the RSPCA's care, they confirmed Now the animal welfare charity has confirmed that the cats will remain in their care - and are not available for rehoming. A "full and thorough" investigation into the animal abuse is still underway. An RSPCA spokesperson said: “Two cats are in our care, have been seen by a vet and are being well looked after.  “They will remain in our care while the investigation continues and are not available for rehoming although we have lots of beautiful cats who are looking for new homes. “We understand the high level of interest in this incident and can reassure you that our experienced officers are carrying out a full and thorough investigation. “Due to the fact that this is a live investigation, we are limited in what...
    The possible link between an empty World War I shell, discovered in 2020 during construction of a trail through Fort Totten Park, and the massive Spring Valley cleanup of chemical weapons has the local Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner seeking a “thorough investigation.” Gordon-Andrew Fletcher, ANC Commissioner 5A08, represents the area where the National Park Service discovered a World War I-era unexploded shell during construction of a paved, lit trail through wooded parkland that will replace  an informal path neighbors in Michigan Park used to get to the Fort Totten Metro station in Northeast D.C. More Coverage of Spring Valley Munitions More D.C. News “I was really excited to learn that the pathway was going to be paved,” Fletcher said. “But I do commend Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton for calling for a meeting with all necessary stakeholders, because this is an environmental safety issue.” In response to WTOP’s reporting that the empty 75mm shell discovered by the NPS had been modified for use as a chemical weapon and that contaminated soil from the Spring Valley cleanup had been trucked to...
    A 13-year-old boy died on Sunday after losing control of his dirt bike during a traffic stop. The teen was identified by family members as Stanley Davis Jr., according to NBC affiliate WPTV. The Boynton Beach Police said in a statement that Davis was allegedly "driving recklessly" when officers attempted a traffic stop. Its With A Heavy Heart That We Are Tragically & Painfully Forced To Say Goodbye To One Of Our Own 13yr Old Stanley Davis Jr A Child With A Illuminating Smile & A Beautiful Happy Spirit That Shined Everywhere He Went SJ You Were A Becan Of Joy SJ Will Be Truly Be Missed By All RIP pic.twitter.com/LOPDV2SbZh— Boynton Beach Bulldogs (@boynton_beach) December 27, 2021 In a surveillance video obtained by WPTV, Davis is seen fueling up his dirtbike at a gas station shortly before the crash. As he pulled out, a police SUV can be seen following him. The teen, who was reportedly wearing a helmet, collided with a sign in the median. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Boynton Beach Police Chief Michael G. Gregory said law enforcement...
    Loading the player... A mother demands answers and justice after her teenage daughter was found dead in their Massachusetts town last month. Read More: South Carolina teen found shot dead after going missing for weeks NBC News reported Calvina Strothers, the mother of Mikayla Miller, said the investigation into her daughter’s death has not been satisfactory. Miller, 16, was found dead by a jogger on April 18 in a wooded area near her residence. Her cause of death has not been released yet. However, law enforcement officials alleged the teenager was in a fight days before her death. “What I want is for the criminal justice system to work,” said Strothers. She hopes the police “work as hard to get justice for Mikayla as they would do for their own child.” Flowers rested in the woods nearby where Mikayla Miller was found dead in Hopkinton. ERIN CLARK/GLOBE STAFF On Thursday, at least several hundred people gathered at a memorial in Hopkinton, Mass. for Miller. According to the report, the small town of 18,000 residents, about 84 percent of whom are white, and 2%...
    Loading the player... In a move that many activists find disappointing but not shocking, the misdemeanor charges against Amy Cooper — who made headlines under the moniker “Central Park Karen” — were dismissed this week despite the fact that she was caught on video falsely accusing a Black bird watcher Christian Cooper–who is of no relation–of “threatening” her safety. According to reports, Tuesday, Cooper was pardoned after she completed a handful of therapy sessions. Previously she faced up to a year in prison on a charge of falsely reporting an incident in the third degree. However, at a brief virtual hearing, Assistant District Attorney Joan Illuzzi-Orbon confirmed that Cooper had completed five therapy sessions “designed for introspection and progress.” Oh, when Karens take a walk with their dogs off leash in the famous Bramble in NY’s Central Park, where it is clearly posted on signs that dogs MUST be leashed at all times, and someone like my brother (an avid birder) politely asks her to put her dog on the leash. pic.twitter.com/3YnzuATsDm— Melody Cooper (@melodyMcooper) May 25, 2020 READ...
    Republican Sen. Thom Tillis of North Carolina said his Democratic challenger Cal Cunningham owes voters a "full and thorough" explanation after Cunningham admitted to sexting with a woman who is not his wife and asked for "privacy" for his family. "Cal is trying to finesse it as an errant text, but we now have a second report," Tillis told "Fox & Friends" on Tuesday. "Cal owes the people of North Carolina a full explanation. On the debate stage last week, Cal said it's about integrity and I agree. His family should be kept private, he's got teenage children but Cal owes North Carolinians, all of the voters a full and thorough explanation." NORTH CAROLINA RACE IN 'CHAOS' AFTER CUNNINGHAM SEXTING SCANDAL, TILLIS CORONAVIRUS DIAGNOSIS "He is an officer in the military," Tillis added. "He's also subject to disciplinary action just on the basis of what he's admitted to." Democratic challenger Cal Cunningham, left, and U.S. Sen. Thom Tillis, R-N.C. talk during a televised debate Thursday, Oct. 1, 2020 in Raleigh, N.C. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome, Pool) All eyes are on Cunningham after he pulled out of a town...
    Herman CainHerman CainOn The Money: Mnuchin says GOP has 'fundamental' deal on T coronavirus relief package | Inside the GOP stimulus proposal | Weekly jobless claims rise to 1.4 million Romney will oppose Trump Fed nominee who backed gold standard Senate panel advances Trump Fed nominee who recently supported gold standard MORE, a former Republican presidential candidate, is undergoing oxygen treatment as he remains hospitalized after he was diagnosed with COVID-19 earlier this month.  Cain is being treated with oxygen for his lungs, but his doctors said his other organs and system are strong, a spokesperson tweeted from Cain’s account.  “Re-strengthening the lungs is a long and slow process, and the doctors want to be thorough about it,” the spokesperson said.  “We'd like him to be able to come home now, which is frustrating, but we're glad the doctors are being thorough and making sure they do the job right. Thank you for praying, everyone. Please keep doing it. He really is getting better, which means it is working,” the spokesperson added.  We know it's been a few days since...
    The Washington Redskins have been asked by their corporate sponsors to change their team name, and, it appears they are willing to consider doing so. According to a statement released by the team and obtained by NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, the Redskins are to conduct a “thorough review” of the team’s name. Potentially big news: The #Redskins have been having internal discussions about their team name and now will conduct a formal, thorough review. Full statement, including quotes from owner Dan Snyder, on a possible name change: pic.twitter.com/49mpesZGs9 — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) July 3, 2020 Rapoport followed-up the above tweet by saying, based on sources, that a Redskins name change was likely. My understanding of the #Redskins situation, based on conversations with several sources: A name change is likely. It would truly be a monumental decision. It is time. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s statement was supportive, as well. — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) July 3, 2020 On Thursday, team sponsor Fedex formally asked the Redskins to change their name. Later that day, it was learned that Nike had pulled all...
    A general view of the Washington Redskins logo at center field before a game between the Detroit Lions and Redskins at FedExField on November 24, 2019 in Landover, Maryland. Patrick McDermott/Getty Images The Washington Redskins announced on Friday the team would be conducting a "thorough review" of its name after mounting pressure for a change.  The team has been criticized for keeping the name "Redskins," a racial slur. Sponsors and affiliated companies like FedEx, Nike, and PepsiCo have moved to cut ties with the franchise as long as it resists a name change. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The Washington Redskins announced on Friday that there would be a "thorough review" of the team's name after recent calls for it to be changed.  "In light of recent events around our country and feedback from our community, the Washington Redskins are announcing the team will undergo a thorough review of the team's name," the team said in a statement. "This review formalizes the initial discussions the team has been having with the league in recent weeks." Team...
    Amid growing pressure from Native American groups, sponsors, and even the city's mayor, the Washington Redskins have announced they will conduct a 'thorough review' of the team's name, which is considered by many to be offensive.  'In light of recent events around our country and feedback from our community, the Washington Redskins are announcing the team will undergo a thorough review of the team's name,' read the statement. 'This review formalizes the initial discussions the team has been having with the league in recent weeks.'  Friday's statement came after a formal name-change request from FedEx, which was ostensibly using its leverage as the title sponsor of the Redskins' stadium in Landover, Maryland to persuade team owner Daniel Snyder.  Meanwhile, the NFL's official apparel provider, Nike, has made no statement over the matter, but silently scrapped all merchandise bearing the team's name or logo from its online store.  Redskins owner Dan Snyder has ignored pleas from Native American groups who believe the name and logo are racist, and as NFL commissioner Roger Goodell told ESPN Radio in 2018, 'I don't...
    PALMDALE, Calif. -- Officials addressed the death of Robert Fuller, a 24-year-old man found hanging from a tree in Palmdale, and said a "thorough" investigation is underway.Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva was joined Monday by investigators from the homicide bureau and Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Jonathan Lucas who explained some of the steps being taken in the investigation, including forensics on the rope used in the hanging, dissecting the structure of the knot, as well as researching Fuller's medical history locally and in Arizona and Nevada where they believe he lived in the past.RELATED: Couple who confronts San Francisco man for stenciling 'Black Lives Matter' on his own property apologizesInvestigators are also trying to identify surveillance video near the scene.During the news conference, investigators said the only evidence found at the scene was a rope, the contents of the victim's pockets and a backpack he was wearing."I reached out to Attorney General Xavier Becerra and they are now going to provide a monitor and review all of our investigation to make sure we didn't leave any rock unturned," Villanueva...
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