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    A homeless man who allegedly sucker-punched Ghostbusters star Rick Moranis in New York City appeared in court Tuesday ahead of an August trial.  Marquis Ventura, 37, is facing felony assault charges after being accused of slugging the 69-year-old actor in October 2020 while he was walking on the Upper West Side.  Ventura appeared at Manhattan Supreme Court for a hearing ahead of his trial in August. He faces up to three years in prison.  The man is also accused of randomly attacking other strangers in 2020, including the owner of a liquor store in the Soho neighborhood of Manhattan before stealing a bottle of champagne. Ventura has been arrested more than 13 times. His next court date regarding charges stemming from Moranis' attack is scheduled for July 13, according to the Department of Corrections  Marquis Ventura, 37, is facing felony assault charges after allegedly slugging  69-year-old actor Rick Moranis in October 2020 while he was walking on the Upper West Side Ventura appeared at Manhattan Supreme Court for a hearing ahead of his trial in August. He faces up to three...
    (CNN)Waves of light blue crashed around the stands of the Etihad Stadium as Manchester City fans bounced up and down, colliding into one another in their delirium.Over in Sunderland, Manchester United fans stood shell-shocked despite their team's 1-0 victory, frozen by one of the most dramatic conclusions that the English Premier League has ever witnessed, as their title hopes evaporated. This was a finale no Hollywood script writer would have imagined credible.With City trailing 2-1 in the 92nd minute but requiring victory over Queens Park Rangers to win its first Premier League title in 44 years, Edin Dzeko equalized. Then, at 93:20 in the last minute of the game, a composed Sergio Aguero weaved his way through the frantic QPR defense and fired in a winner to secure victory and clinch the 2011/12 Premier League. Cue bedlam.Now 10 years on, Aguero's goal has been immortalized in the form of a statue outside the Etihad Stadium. Read MoreIt caps a bittersweet season for Aguero who was forced to retire in December after suffering chest pains during Barcelona's 1-1 draw with Alavés....
    PEP GUARDIOLA is in talks over a new deal with Manchester City. The Spaniard, 51, has just one year remaining on his current contract and was believed to be planning on leaving if he guided the club to Champions League glory. 1Pep Guardiola could extend his Manchester City stay by another yearCredit: Reuters But according to The Mirror, Guardiola's brother and agent Pere is in talks with City about extending his stay by a further year. Guardiola reportedly believes his side are yet to hit their peak - which means he could stay even if City do win the Champions League. City could soon make a big upgrade with the signing of Erling Haaland, too, and Guardiola may be keen to work with the Norwegian. The prospect of playing for Guardiola appeals to Haaland and negotiations with his father Alfe-Inge, who used to play for City, are believed to have included discussions about Guardiola's future. Read More in FootballFOOTIE SHOCK World's biggest...
    A former Navy SEAL who had help from his wife killing a Virginia couple while on vacation in Ocean City, Maryland won't be getting parole, WTOP reports. Benjamin Sifrit, 44, was denied parole in his first public hearing since being sentenced to 38 years for the 2002 slayings of Martha Crutchley, 51, and Joshua Ford, 32, the outlet said.  A jury cleared Sifrit, who had a swastika tattooed on his chest, of killing Ford, but Erika, 44, was convicted of both murders and is serving a life sentence plus 20 years.  The Sifrits — who lived in Altoona, PA — met the Fairfax, VA tourists on a bus in Ocean City over Memorial Day weekend and went drinking at a bar later that night. The four then went back to Sifrits' condo to use the hot tub, where he and his wife forced Crutchley and Ford into a bathroom, shot them, dismembered their bodies and threw the remains in the trash. Portions were found in a Delaware landfill several days later. Prosecutors previously said that the Sifrits killed the couple "for fun," Fox45 reports....
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – After a report detailed findings of racial bias in the Minneapolis Police Department, members of the Unity in Community Mediation Team met with Interim Chief Amelia Huffman to push forward the agenda of safety and justice for all. For the past two years, the Unity in Community Mediation Team met weekly with the Chief of Police, MPD command staff, and the Police Federation to improve community safety, but the relationship goes back decades. “The unity in community mediation team has been fighting back since 2003 about some of these same issues that never got addressed,” said Al Flowers. The report released by the Minnesota Department of Human Rights pinpointing problems with racially biased policing by MPD is nothing new to this team: they’ve been fighting to bring attention to disparities in policing for years. WEB EXTRA: Read the full report. “This report is not a surprise to us but we have to do more than protest and point fingers we have to sit at the table,” said Rev. Ian Bethel. The original document that addressed these issues, spearheaded by...
    MARK HUGHES showed he still has the skills which made him a Manchester United legend three decades ago. Sparky, 58, who was one of the top-flight's most feared strikers in the 1980s and 90s, demonstrated he has 'still got it' while on managerial duty with Bradford at the weekend. Mark Hughes showing the @officialbantams fans he’s still got it ????????Unbelievable tekkers ???? pic.twitter.com/2GQ6Mn7VyH— Soccer AM (@SoccerAM) April 25, 2022 1Mark Hughes was appointed Bradford boss in FebruaryCredit: Getty After a young fan threw the ball back towards the pitch from the stands, the suited-and-booted Bantams boss cooly took the pace of the ball with his shoulder. He then flicked it up with a right-foot then a left-foot volley, before back-heeling it on the half volley into an arriving player's hands so they can take a throw-in. It brought cheers and applause from the watching Valley Parade faithful - which Hughes graciously acknowledged. And home fans were even happier by full-time as their side claimed a 2-1 win over Scunthorpe to sure up their place in the middle...
    Getty Former Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Taco Charlton rushes the quarterback on October 19, 2020. About a week and a half ago, eight-year Kansas City Chiefs veteran Daniel Sorensen signed with the New Orleans Saints. On April 4, a former 2020 teammate on the defensive side joined the safety in NOLA. PFF NFL reporter Ari Meirov had the initial scoop: “Former #Cowboys first-round DE Taco Charlton is signing with the #Saints.” Former #Cowboys first-round DE Taco Charlton is signing with the #Saints. ???????????? — Ari Meirov (@MySportsUpdate) April 4, 2022 Read More From Heavy Bet $5, Win $150 Whether Your Team Wins or Loses During March Madness ALL the latest Chiefs news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Chiefs newsletter here! Join Heavy on Chiefs! Charlton Continues to Bounce Around LeagueAfter originally entering the NFL as a late-first-round selection in 2017, the Saints will become Charlton’s fourth organization in five years. A little good, a litle bad:— The #Saints signed pass-rusher Taco Charlton.— For some reason, they did it on a Monday, not on...
    NEW YORK (CBSMiami/AP) — Mayor Eric Adams announced Monday that New York City is launching a digital billboard campaign to lure Floridians unhappy with their state’s “Don’t Say Gay” law to the Big Apple. The billboards supporting LGBTQ visibility will be displayed in five major markets in Florida for eight weeks starting Monday, Adams, a Democrat, announced. READ MORE: US Sec. Of Education Miguel Cardona Visited Weston High School“This is the city of Stonewall. This is the city where we are proud to talk about how you can live in a comfortable setting and not be harassed, not be abused — not only as adults but also as young people,” Adams said at a City Hall news conference. The announcement came one week after Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a bill into law that forbids instruction on sexual orientation and gender identity in kindergarten through third grade. DeSantis and fellow Republicans say the new law affirms the right of parents, not teachers, to decide when children learn about sexual orientation and gender identity. LGBTQ groups have condemned the legislation, which...
    D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser touts her new budget proposal, which includes a large investment into turning the RFK Stadium site and surrounding area into a sportsplex. WTOP/John Domen A detailed breakdown of what the investment in the RFK Stadium site would include. WTOP/John Domen One of the fields surrounding RFK that Bowser is targeting for redevelopment. WTOP/John Domen (1/3) Share This Gallery: Share on Facebook. Share on Twitter. Share via email. Print. It started with athletic fields on the north end of the RFK Stadium complex, and now D.C. leaders are envisioning a new indoor sports complex on what is currently 190 acres of asphalt and a dingy RFK Stadium. But a lot of it hinges on D.C. finally acquiring the land from the federal government — something the city has spent years trying to do without much success. More DC News Touting her new budget proposal in the Hill East neighborhood with the stadium in the backdrop, at one point Mayor Muriel Bowser turned around and pointed at the stadium, which, from a...
    In this article UBERPeter Summers | Getty ImagesLONDON — Uber has secured a 30-month license to continue operating in London, ending a protracted battle with city regulators over whether the ride-hailing app was "fit and proper." "Uber has been granted a London private hire vehicle operator's license for a period of two and a half years," a Transport for London spokesperson said in a statement Saturday. The move ends a years-long spat with the agency, which twice revoked Uber's London license — once in 2017, and a second time in 2019. Authorities were concerned about the company's ability to keep passengers safe. Uber subsequently won an 18-month London permit in court. Uber has sought to turn on the charm over the years, adding new safety features to its platform and striking a deal with Britain's GMB to formally recognize the labor union for its private hire drivers. The company reclassified all its U.K. drivers as workers last year after the country's top court ruled a group of drivers should be treated as workers instead of independent contractors, entitling them to...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- A new Go Green Fresh Market has opened in Englewood, a welcome addition for residents who don't have many options for food shopping.The hope is the new store at West 63rd and Racine will be a model for future stores in the city.The shelves are fully stocked at the two-floor market, which is designed to keep the neighborhood corner store feeling. People who live near the new Go Green Fresh Market have been waiting eagerly for it."i've been bragging about this for months because it's something that I have seen the need for for years living in the neighborhood and now we finally have it. I'm just so happy," said Bryant Jones, Englewood resident.Organizers broke ground on the new market nearly two years ago, saying this is progress toward food access and equity for Englewood residents.The project is the work of the Inner-City Muslim Action Network, or IMAN, a non-profit, community-led organization."IMAN has been working around the issue of corner stores in Black and brown communities on the South and West sides of Chicago for the last...
    China's daily Covid cases today rose to their highest level since the Wuhan outbreak began two years ago. Beijing officials logged 526 infections over the last 24 hours, including 312 that were asymptomatic — did not display any symptoms. Outbreaks are emerging in dozens of cities including the financial centre Shanghai, the northern port city of Qingdao and the southern city of Dongguan among others.  No data on Covid deaths and hospitalisations was published.  China is the last major country sticking to the brutal 'zero Covid' strategy, which sees lockdowns and mass testing imposed when the virus is detected. It is struggling to keep a lid on the more transmissible Omicron variant, after a study suggested the nation's home-made vaccine offers virtually no protection against the strain. Suzhou, a city of 6.7million next to Shanghai, is currently under lockdown, alongside Baise, a city of 3.6million near the border with Vietnam.  Beijing has repeatedly been accused of fudging its Covid data during the pandemic to make outbreaks appear less severe. In neighbouring Hong Kong, escalating Covid cases are now seeing hospitals...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — A frustrated O’Hare worker, a homeless population that’s grown in recent years, and a possible solution on the west coast. CBS 2 Morning Insider Tim McNicholas weaves all that together as he dives into an age-old challenge at airports. READ MORE: Illinois And Chicago Mask Mandates Lifted Monday: Here's What You Need To KnowAn employee at O’Hare who asked to stay anonymous showed us these pictures of people sleeping in the airport. “This is what welcomes visitors to Chicago,” he told us. “Begging in the airport, sleeping in the terminal.” This photo from 1989 shows that’s not new to O’Hare, but we wondered if the total has increased. The city’s most recent data is from a one-night count of the homeless which found 236 people at the airport in January 2020 up from 162 in 2019. “COVID has added extra complicating layers.” Jessica Dubuar works with the Haymarket Center, a group that’s partnered with the city for 30 years to get homeless people at O’Hare whatever help they need — including shelters and treatment. The group counts...
    OAKLAND — Crews picked up 7,470 tons — nearly 15 million pounds — of garbage dumped on Oakland streets in the last fiscal year, but city officials are hoping that placing 10 cameras around neighborhoods that tend to be illegal dumping grounds will help cut down on the amount of trash and debris. “We’re telling illegal dumpers, ‘stop it! stop it, now!'” said G. Harold Duffey, Director of Oakland Public Works, at a press conference Friday outside the Community School for Creative Education near where one of the cameras is placed at 21st Avenue and Solano Way. The city officials would not disclose where the other nine cameras have been placed, saying that would undermine their efficacy, but they said Friday they’re hopeful that the ten cameras will help build cases against illegal dumpers in the “hot spots” where trash is often offloaded. The cameras will send “high-quality” video footage directly to phones held by environmental enforcement officers who can review the footage to enforce the penalties for dumping, which can carry fines of $1,000 per day. In some cases,...
    MANCHESTER UNITED and Arsenal have made staggering transfer losses in the last five years. The two Premier League giants have made losses north of £150million. 7Man Utd have recorded the biggest losses on player sales in the last five years United's reckless spending has put them in a hole to the tune of £192m. Arsenal don't look any better with the Gunners recording a loss of £163m in the past five years. Fellow members of the 'Big Six', Manchester City and Tottenham, have also made losses in player sales. City are in the red by £132m whereas Spurs are only at £52m. On the other hand, Liverpool and Chelsea have turned a profit on player sales in the last five years. Liverpool are up by a tasty £93m and Chelsea have made an eye watering £199m. Most read in Premier LeagueTRAGIC TRUTH Bob Saget's cause of death revealed to be brain bleed after he hit his head'SHAME!' Khloe fans slam her ex Tristan as 'trash' after he shares first post since scandalMASON'S NIGHT OUT Kourtney's son Mason, 12, looks...
    PALU, Indonesia -- A wild crocodile with a used motorcycle tire stuck around its neck for six years has finally been freed by an Indonesian bird catcher in a tireless effort that wildlife conservation officials hailed as a milestone Wednesday.The 4.5-meter (14.8-foot) saltwater female crocodile has become an icon to the people in Palu, the capital city of Central Sulawesi. The beast was seen on the city's river with the tire around its neck becoming increasingly tighter, running the risk of choking her.Conservation officials were racing to rescue the crocodile since residents spotted the reptile in 2016, generating sympathy among residents and worldwide. In 2020, Australian crocodile wrangler Matthew Wright and American wildlife biologist Forrest Galante tried and failed to free the reptile.SEE ALSO | Dog rescued from frigid Lake Michigan by CFD divers, police sayIn early January, 35-year-old bird catcher and trader Tili, who recently moved to the city, heard about the famous crocodile from his neighbors and determined to rescue the reptile after he saw her frequently sunbathing at a nearby estuary."I have experiences and skills in catching...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Gushing water flooding city streets. A massive water main break in Southwest Philadelphia’s Kingsessing section forced evacuations and school closures. Wednesday’s water main break is just the latest example of the trouble with the city’s aging water system. The Philadelphia Water Department says these breaks are going to happen and all they can do is respond as quickly as possible. READ MORE: How Residents Affected By Water Main Break In Kingsessing Can Get Help“The whole neighborhood, this is what we get,” said Paula Allen, who lives in Kingsessing. Frustration is bubbling over in Kingsessing as neighbors watched thousands of gallons of water flow down their streets Wednesday. The 48-inch main that broke at South 56th Street and Springfield Avenue is one of the city’s largest mains. It’s also one of the oldest. It was installed back in 1921, making it over 100 years old. “We never want a main break to occur,” said Brian Rademaekers, a spokesperson for the Philadelphia Water Department, “but when they do occur, our job is to come out here and respond...
    Perhaps it all started with a handsy doctor with a foot fetish, but now the Pennsylvania doctor is being prosecuted by the state’s attorney general, according to a release by his office. Dr. Matthew James Sabo, 48, of Chicora, Butler County, has been charged with two counts of engaging in sexual conduct and two counts of indecent assault, according to his updated court docket. The victim first reported that she had been a patient of Sabo’s for many years due to a severe injury to her foot in 2003 but in beginning in 2017, he started inappropriately hugging her and touching her breasts during her exams, according to a release but the AG. The unwanted touches happened at the Foot and Ankle Wellness Center of Western Pennsylvania office in Ford City, according to a release by Pennsylvania state police in Kittanning, Armstrong County at the time of his arrest on Jan. 28, 2022. The podiatrist has offices in Ford City, Grove City, Butler, Moon Township, and Monaca, according to his website. “Dr. Sabo used his position of...
    Six years after the city became embroiled in a legal battle with a developer who wanted to build a coal terminal in West Oakland, it’s poised to settle the issue with an agreement that would “preclude transferring or handling coal and other commodities that are harmful to city residents,” City Attorney Barbara Parker announced this week. According to Parker, the city has agreed to the key terms of a “framework” for settling pending lawsuits with Oakland Bulk and Oversized Terminal, LLC, California Capital Investment Group, Insight Terminal Solutions, LLC and Oakland Global Rail Enterprise, LLC,  a collection of companies that had wanted to build the coal terminal as part of their lease of the West Gateway portion of the former Oakland Army Base. “Agreement on the settlement framework is a major milestone,” Parker said in a statement to this news organization on Thursday. “The next step is crafting and reaching agreement regarding the detailed, complex, specific language of the settlement agreement and related agreements. And then the agreements must be approved by City Council in open session.” Mayor Libby Schaaf,...
    Antioch will celebrate the 150th anniversary of its incorporation on Sunday at a spot along the riverfront where a ship landed with the city’s first permanent settlers. “It is one of the oldest cities in California, and I think it’s important to celebrate these moments, as a community, coming together,” Joy Motts, a volunteer with event sponsor Celebrate Antioch Foundation, said. “We’ve changed dramatically over the years and in wonderful ways, you know, we’ve grown substantially, we’re a beautiful, diverse community.” Motts has been working for the past several years — first as a councilwoman and later with the Celebrate Antioch Foundation — along with other volunteers and city staff to plan the year-long celebration, which will include multiple events. The volunteers are also partnering with the Antioch Historical Society and service groups like the Delta Veterans Group to take part in the many events planned this year, she said. The Roswell Butler Hard House on Friday May 28, 2010, in Antioch, CA. The house was the site where the city’s first council met. Hard was the first chairman of...