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    Lake County Sheriff Amber Christine Chapman. Amber Christine Chapman, 35, is the Florida babysitter accused of abusing the 4-year-old boy she was watching. The little boy told officers “Miss Amber” put him in the dryer and turned it on, according to a police affidavit. Here’s what you need to know.1. The Boy Was Taken to the Emergency Room With Bruising On His Back, Face & Head Lake County SheriffAmber Chapman is charged with aggravated child abuse. Read More From Heavy How You Can Help Ukraine: Verified Charities, GoFundMe & Ways to Support Ukrainians Chapman regularly cared for the little boy involved in the incident. According to the probable cause affidavit, she “frequently” watched him while his parents were at work. The affidavit states the 4-year-old child was taken to the emergency room at UF Health Leesburg Hospital on February 1. His injuries included “soft tissue swelling of the occipital area, grape-sized bilaterally as well as minor bruising to both ears, a large bruise to the right scapula about five centimeters diameter and a seven-centimeter bruise...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Our warmer weather had people getting outside Tuesday. While it’s not quite the same thrill as getting presents during the holidays, many would say it’s right up there. “I already fired up the grill,” one resident told WCCO. READ MORE: MN Weather: Tuesday Brings Our First Trip Into The 50s This YearIn Plymouth, Brodie Brau also fired up his bike for a ride to work. “I’m going to be biking as much as I can. The skis are put away for the season,” he said. Elsewhere on Medicine Lake, there may have been some people still ice fishing, but deck chairs and a grill are at the ready, as some were sporting shorts. READ MORE: Warm Temperatures Raise Basement Flooding ConcernsAcross town at Lake Phalen, a retired postal worker was more than happy. “Life is a good on a day like today. You can’t go wrong. We deserve this,” Mel Peterson said. For some, this soft easing into a Minnesota spring soothes what hurts. Kate Kent, a Ukrainian who married an American and has lived here 17...
    California wildlife authorities are facing complaints from residents in the resort town of Lake Tahoe of a 500-pound black bear named Yogi who's messing up more than picnic baskets in the area.   The bear has caused over 150 calls to law enforcement and wildlife personnel in the area of late.    'This one individual bear has been linked to property damage at 38 different properties at least,' said Peter Tira from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife to KCRA 3 in Sacramento. Authorities add that the curvy cub has caused 'extensive property damage and forcefully entered several homes - including occupied homes.'  Wildlife officials have tried to tamper Yogi's wave of destruction by setting up traps but have been unable to contain him.    Yogi, a 500lb bear terrorizing a community in Lake Tahoe A home in California that has faced Yogi's wrath RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Teacher at Queens high school is caught on video slamming a... Amazon SUSPENDS Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation... Share this article Share 'The...
    VIDEO2:5902:59J.P. Morgan's head of ETFs on upcoming mutual fund conversionsETF Edge JPMorgan is about to make a nearly $10 billion splash in the exchange-traded fund space. The firm will begin converting four of its mutual funds to ETFs in April, bringing its Inflation Managed Bond Fund, Market Expansion Enhanced Index Fund, Realty Income Fund and International Research Enhanced Equity Fund to the lower-cost, more tax-efficient investment structure. But this isn't necessarily a "tipping point" for ETF conversions, J.P. Morgan Asset Management's Bryon Lake told CNBC's "ETF Edge" on Wednesday. "We know that investors use mutual funds across their entire book of business. We're very successful in that space," the firm's global head of ETF solutions said. J.P. Morgan manages $800 billion in its mutual fund franchise and is actively working to increase its offerings of alternative funds and ETFs, Lake said. "We know that investors are starting to incorporate more ETFs into their portfolios," Lake said. "But they're also using mutual funds and those get the job done as well." Conversions are just one of many growth drivers for the...
    NETCONG, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — Police body camera captured an intense rescue in Netcong after three people fell through an icy lake. Video shows an officer racing out on Lake Musconetcong on Sunday, then throw a rope to help. Police got a call that a man on a motorcycle went through the ice, but when officers arrived, two witnesses also fell in. All three were rescued.
    A New York police officer who was honored for saving an elderly woman from a burning home is now receiving praise for pulling a trapped dog out of a frozen lake.  Officer Jon Smith of the Lewiston Police Department – just north of Niagara Falls – was seen on bodycam footage running out onto Bond Lake Wednesday "after a dog had fallen through the ice and was trapped in the water about 50 yards from shore," according to his department.  "Well folks he’s done it again. After just receiving a department award for pulling a woman from a burning house, this time it was a 4-legged friend," the Lewiston Police Department said. "Without hesitation he removed his equipment and went in after him, bringing him safely back to land and reuniting him with his owner."  DETROIT POLICE RESCUE PUPPIES TRAPPED IN ABANDONED HOME’S MATTRESS SPRING  Police later said they received a letter from the dog’s owner commending Smith for his actions.  "She is a 10-month-old Lab and usually stays close by... but instinct kicked in when a flock of geese landed in the middle of the...
    When a breathless Andy Cohen appeared on Today last month to announce the latest Real Housewives installment set in Dubai, fans on social media were less than enthusiastic. Logistical questions arose regarding the city’s legal restrictions on certain social behaviors and whether its purportedly “no-nonsense” culture would meet the needs of Western viewers. Other Twitter users referenced the systematic exploitation of domestic workers in the United Arab Emirates and expressed discomfort in getting to know wealthy individuals from this particular region—as opposed to ones in America who treat their staff or, “servants,” as Ramona Singer would say, with the utmost dignity. Most notably, though, there was confusion over where the demand for this series was coming from. In the wake of Bravo’s most recent Housewives addition, Salt Lake City, becoming a smash hit, this news felt like a case of the network getting high off its own supply without any real input from its audience. This thankless development shed light on a paradox regarding the Real Housewives’ cultural dominance. In 2021, you could argue that the franchise has never been...
    WHEN Lydia Wagstaff's boyfriend of five years got down on one knee in June 2021, she didn't have to think twice about saying yes. Although the hairdresser, 26, couldn't fault the romantic spot in the Lake District Henry, 29, had chosen for the big day, there was one small problem: the ring was just a little too big. 2Lydia Wagstaff, 26, and her fiance Henry Sleight, 29, got engaged in the Lake District in JuneCredit: PA Real Life But like most of us in that situation, she decided to keep wearing the stunning vintage ring anyway and get it resized when they got home. She explained: “The day before Henry proposed, we'd gone on a boat trip on Lake Windermere and I thought he might have done it then. “When he suggested the next day we went for a hike - something we do a lot of - it didn't occur to me he'd propose. “We went up a mountain and started taking some pictures, because we were overlooking beautiful Buttermere lake. He got me to walk out a little...
    (CNN)On a brisk Tuesday at Lake Mendota in Madison, Wisconsin, maritime archaeologists, scuba divers, and residents of the Spring Harbor neighborhood stood in the cold as a canoe was brought to shore. But this was not just any racing or touring canoe -- it dates back more than 1,200 years.After days of planning the best way to raise the dugout canoe, teams of divers rejoiced as the canoe was laid down on the shore safely. According to Jim Skibo, Wisconsin's state archaeologist, the "remarkable" discovery was "something I've never found in my career.""Archaeologists are used to digging up things like broken pieces of stone tools, or pottery or metal artifacts, things that are not organic, so to find something that was organic... it's important to find something like that occasionally."A dugout canoe crafted in A.D. 800 was towed for most of its 1-mile trip to shore but guided by divers in shallow water for the final 100 yards or so to Spring Harbor Beach.Tamara Thomsen, a maritime archaeologist with the Wisconsin Historical Society and owner of Diversions Scuba, first came...
    Scientists have found evidence suggesting the first visitors to the Azores were Norse sailors arriving 700 years before the Portuguese, who supposedly discovered the string of North Atlantic volcanic islands in the 15th century. Analyzing sediment layers in various lakes in the archipelago, an international team found traces of fecal compounds from non-native ruminants like cows or sheep that dated back to between 700 and 850 A.D.    They also found an increase in charcoal particles, likely indicating explorers or colonists were setting large fires, and a drop in native tree pollen, suggesting someone had burned down parts of the forest to provide grazing land for cattle. The new research counters the long-held belief that 15th century Portuguese sailors were the first humans to arrive in the Azores, 900 miles from the coast of Portugal. 'Even with abundant available historical information allowing us to have a very accurate picture of the past, it is necessary to foster interdisciplinary research among the humanities and natural sciences to fully understand our history,' co-author Santiago Giralt, a paleoclimatologist at Geosciences Barcelona, said in a statement. ...
    ONE Married At First Sight star has posted a throwback pic of himself looking unrecognisable. The star posted a snap of himself and his mother on holiday- but can you tell who it is? 4The unrecognisable MAFS starCredit: Instagram / Franky Spencer 4A young Franky smiles for a snapCredit: Instagram / Franky Spencer Fans will be shocked to know that the star is none other than Franky Spencer! Franky took to his Instagram account to celebrate his beloved mother's birthday."Happy Birthday Mum! Joy Spencer, I’m blessed to have the opportunity and the pleasure to call you my Mother." he wrote. "You are an incredible woman, strong as hell, I love and respect you for being a great role model of motivation, discipline and LOVE ❤️. #mum #mom #mother #motivation #dicipline #love". The star, who tied the knot with Marilyse Corrigan on Married At First Sight, shared the post back in 2018. More recently, fans of the show displayed their outrage at Franky and his new wife's honeymoon. Most read in TVPARADISE PROBLEMS BIP's Brendan Morais down 71K followers after Pieper James scandalSINGLE NO MORE! 90 Day...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Police in White Bear Lake are investigating after a shooting left a man injured late Monday night. According to police, officers responded just before midnight to the 3500 block of Emerald Drive on the report of a shooting. When they arrived, officers found a man who had been shot. He was taken to a local hospital, where his condition is unknown. No arrests have been made. Police said it’s believed the shooting was not random, and there is no threat to the public. The investigation is active. Anyone with information on the incident is asked to call White Bear Lake police at 651-429-8552.   More On WCCO.com: Dozens Of Minnesota State Fair Vendors, Exhibitors Won’t Return This Year Rochester’s Igor Vovkovinskiy, Tallest Man In America, Dies At 38 Twins’ World Series Pitcher Jack Morris Suspended From Broadcasting After Using Accent During Ohtani At-Bat Viral Video: Teens Flee As Young Black Bear Strolls Through Twin Cities Neighborhood
    These incredible pictures show a lake that looks like it’s made entirely from a rather famous soft drink. It’s located in the Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Norte, and perhaps unsurprisingly, is known as the ‘Coca Cola Lagoon’, though its actual name is Lake Araraquara. Coca Cola’s iconic hue comes from caramel, but the lagoon’s dark brown waters are the result of a high concentration of iodine and iron, combined with pigment from the area’s tree roots. Araraquara’s dark brown waters come from a high concentration of iodine and iron, combined with pigment from tree roots Despite its unusual appearance, the lagoon, near the town of Baia Formosa, is clean and safe for swimming, according to Visit Brasil, and locals even claim the waters have healing properties. Needless to say, the lagoon has proven a popular tourist destination, with travellers journeying from far and wide to capture a selfie in the translucent tawny waters. While there, tourists can paddle in the shallow lagoon, or relax on the white sandy shore, and listen to the Guariba ‘brown howler’ monkeys in...
    ROSEVILLE (CBS13) – The City of Roseville is going underground to tap into drinking water as its primary source dries up during the drought. They have a plan to supply water to more than 50,000 homes. For years, Roseville relied almost exclusively on surface water from Folsom Lake for drinking water. But that can be tricky and near impossible, considering previous and current droughts — plus studies showing the impacts of climate change. READ MORE: Colfax Residents Return Home After River Fire Evacuation Orders Lifted So, one way the city has been able to reduce its dependency on surface water during these dry years is using what’s called Aquifer Storage and Recovery technology, or ASR. READ MORE: Colfax Man Who Left Just Before River Fire To Adopt Dog Returns To Find Home Burned Basically, during the years of normal or above-normal rainfall and snowpack, excess surface water is stored or banked in an underground aquifer. This summer, they then activated multiple wells to meet water supply demands and reduce reliance on Folsom Lake. “Obviously this is a year, a drought...
    Robert Thomas West, 41, is charged with being an accomplice to felony murder and helping to conceal the body after the remains of 34-year-old Richard Anthony Balsimo were discovered in a five-gallon bucket and a tote bag in Minnesota's Lake Superior last week A Minnesota man has been arrested after he allegedly dismembered a man's body and then persuaded a commercial fisherman to take him into the middle of a lake so he could dump the remains, which he claimed were his grandmother's valuables.  Robert Thomas West, 41, is charged with being an accomplice to felony murder and helping to conceal the body after the remains of 34-year-old Richard Anthony Balsimo were discovered in a five-gallon bucket and a tote bag in Lake Superior last week.  Police say the victim had been dismembered and he had a bullet wound in his torso.  The person who killed Balsimo - who vanished from St Paul on June 20 - has not yet been arrested, according to authorities.   The case unfolded after police say that a female witness later contacted them to say she...
    A teenage boy allegedly grabbed the controls of a small plane and tried to crash it into the ground as he reportedly wanted to "end his own life", according to an affidavit. Jaden Lake-Kameroff, 18, was flying from Bethel to Aniak, Alaska on a small Cessna Caravan aircraft that had six people on board. 2Jaden Lake-Kameroff was flying on a small Cessna Caravan aircraft that had six people on boardCredit: Ryan Air, INC The boy allegedly grabbed the yoke of the plane and sent it into a nosedive. The teen was reportedly trying to "end his life", according to an affidavit cited by the Anchorage Daily News. Troopers spokesperson Austin McDaniel said the boy "asked the pilot to fly the plane but initially asked if he could sit in the unoccupied co-pilot seat". Both requests were refused. The pilot was able to regain control of the aircraft as it's reported that other passengers were able to pull Lake-Kameroff away from the controls. The plane was about five miles from Aniak airport when the alleged incident occurred, NBC Chicago reports....
    'Harley' - a six-year-old Goldendoodle - is Facebook's newest hero after rescuing a baby deer from drowning in a lake.  The pup's owners - Ralph Dorn and his wife Pat, both military veterans - posted pictures and videos of Harley in the middle of the lake behind their Virginia home and ushering the fawn back to shore.  'Not sure how the fawn got out there, but Harley obviously didn't ask why, he just jumped into action,' Dorn said in his Facebook post, which has been shared over 256,000 times and liked more than 113,000 times in two weeks. Harley, a six-year-old Goldendoodle, with his new fawn friend that he rescued from a lake Harley went into the middle of the lake to get the fawn and usher it back to shore They paddled back to land together  Harley, once a therapy dog, never left the baby deer's side  Harley helped push the baby deer out of the water before Dorn helped Harley to shore In the pictures and video, Harley is seen paddling with his...
    A ship that was 'cursed' by native tribesmen has been identified nearly 350 years after it vanished, solving one of America's oldest and most notorious maritime mysteries.  The Griffin, which disappeared on its maiden voyage in 1679, has been called the 'holy grail' for shipwreck hunters probing North America's Great Lakes.  It was built by the French explorer René Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle, with a view to finding a route through the lakes to China and Japan.  But the ship vanished while delivering a valuable cargo of furs, amid rumours that she had been cursed by a prophet from the Iroquois tribe.  Now shipwreck hunters Steve and Kathie Libert say they have found the infamous vessel, which was the first to sail the Great Lakes beyond Niagara Falls.  He and his wife set out their case for having discovered the ship in a new book, Le Griffon and the Huron Islands – 1679: Our Story of Exploration and Discovery.  Mr Libert said: 'Our extensive research and deciphering of historic documents led us precisely to the resting place of...
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