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    LODI (CBS13) — A Lodi man was found guilty of the first-degree murder of his father that happened nearly one year ago, prosecutors announced Tuesday. Richard Nielson, 32, was also found guilty of the intentional discharge of a firearm causing death, San Joaquin County District Attorney Tori Verber Salazar said. READ MORE: 3 Suspected Armed Robbers Shot By Resident At Stockton Home; 1 Arrest MadeRoger Nielson, 65, was found shot dead in his home on May 27, 2021, by sheriff’s deputies performing a wellness check which was requested by a family member. Investigators determined he was the victim of a homicide. READ MORE: Shirley Horton, Andrew Aguiar In Custody After Fight Turns Deadly At Roseville Homeless SiteAccording to Verber Salazar, the 32-year-old Nielsen had fled to Mexico four days prior in violation of his probation. U.S. Marshalls arrested Nielson, with the assistance of Mexican authorities, in Guadalajara in early June 2021. Nielson was brought back to the U.S. where he was taken into custody by the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office and charged with the aforementioned charges. MORE NEWS: High...
    Joe Biden was so sick after suffering an aneurysm three decades ago that a priest read him his last rites, a new biography about the First Lady reveals. The President was rushed to the hospital in 1988 for a bulging artery that supplied blood to the right side of the brain - and could have caused a stroke. Biden, who was 45 at the time, had ignored warning signs for weeks and was popping 10 Tylenol a day to cope with the headaches. His doctors thought his condition was so bad they asked for the priest to give sacrament to Biden, a devout Catholic, and a nurse told his wife Jill not to go into the room while it was administered. A furious Jill ignored the advice and burst in, screaming at the medics: 'Get out! Get out! My husband is not going to die!' The anecdote sheds new light on the episode which nearly claimed the life of Biden who at 79 is the oldest President in history. Joe Biden was rushed to the hospital in 1988 after suffering...
    A 99-year-old World War II has become a children's author and is about to publish his third book after buying his first computer four years ago.  Sam Baker, a grandfather from Scottsdale, Arizona, served in the Marine Corps for nearly five years after enlisting in 1942 at age 19, four months after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.  In 1947, he started working at the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, which is now the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).  Baker retired after 30 years — four decades before he launched a second career as a writer at age 95.  'When I purchased my first computer, my son called and said, "Dad, now that you have a computer, why don't you write down the stories you told us when we were kids, for your granddaughter?"' he told Military Families Magazine.   World War II veteran Sam Baker, 99, from Scottsdale, Arizona, is set to publish his third children's book this year  Baker was 19 when enlisted in the Marine Corps in 1942, four months after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor The veteran, pictured with his wife,...
    TYSON FURY has shown his caring side by donating a heavy bag and gym equipment to an amateur boxing club. The heavyweight champ sent the gear to the BoxIQ gym in Dubai where he has previously trained. 2Tyson Fury is a regular giver to charityCredit: Getty 2Credit: Instagram @boxiq The gym posted a message of thanks to the Gypsy King on their Instagram account. It read: “Tested out the new heavy bag in the gym today. “Wanted to say a massive thank you to Tyson @gypsyking101 for personally sending us the bag it’s a great addition to our gym. “Thanks champ.” The donation is far from Fury’s first act of kindness. The 33-year-old previously vowed to donate his £7million purse from the first of his trilogy of fights against Deontay Wilder to homeless charities. Most read in SportCLEAN SWEEP Curling schedule, fixtures and results for Team GB at Winter OlympicsNIGHTCLUB 'BEATING' Kansas City Chiefs star wanted over 'attack' involving Alvin KamaraTIGER WOE Tiger Woods reveals his career as full-time golfer is OVER after his car crashSANCH FOR NOTHING Furious Ronaldo...
    ONE woman has told of how she was excited to go on a first date when the guy suggested they both 'dress up' in costumes to break the ice. Amelia Samson said that she is always down for a theme so thought it was a great idea, but did not realise her date was joking. 2The woman was so excited for her first dateCredit: TIKTOK @ameliasamson Taking to her TikTok platform, Amelia explained how the theme she thought they were going for was obnoxious tourists. Posting under the domain @ameliasamson, the woman said: "What is a red flag that you should not have ignored about someone you were dating, I'll go first." "I had a first date planned with a guy that I was really excited about, super cute, really smart, and he has this idea of dressing up in a theme as an icebreaker for our first date," said Amelia. Adding: "He said let's dress up as really obnoxious tourists for our first date, and I LOVED that idea. I'm always down for a theme. Any themed party, I'm...
    JILL Biden faced an awkward moment as she read a Christmas story to children on Monday after one boy told her about his dead hamster. The first lady had invited the youngsters to the White House to read from her picture book when one told her his pet had got stuck under a cage door. 3Jill Biden read a Christmas story to children on Monday 3The first lady had invited the youngsters to the White House to read from her picture book when one told her his pet had died "Oh my word. Ok, let’s move on to happier things," Dr Biden replied. In the awkward clip the first lady had been speaking with the seven-to-eight-year-olds from a school in Maryland about their pets. As children told her about their dogs, cats and horses, one boy said: "We used to have hamsters and hedgehogs but one went under the cage door and then suffocated." Dr Biden - who teaches at  Northern Virginia Community College - had invited the children to the White House as part of...
    MATTEO GUENDOUZI was booed by his own fans prior to France's 8-0 victory over Kazakhstan on Saturday night. The Arsenal outcast, currently on loan Marseille, angered locals with an honest admission before the game. ???? Mattéo Guendouzi légèrement sifflé à lannonce des compositions déquipe au Parc des Princes #FRAKAZ pic.twitter.com/cXBAolfyLV— Le Coup de Projo (@lecoupdeprojo) November 13, 2021 3Matteo Guendouzi received stick from his own supportersCredit: Getty 3The midfielder is on loan at MarseilleCredit: Rex Guendouzi, 22, is still trying to earn his first cap, after forcing his way into Didier Deschamps squad. And pre-match, he admitted that he'd much rather the occasion be taking place at the Stade de France rather than Parc des Princes - home of Marseille's fierce rivals Paris Saint-Germain. He said: "I would have preferred to play at the Stade de France, that's for sure. “The Parc des Princes is the stadium of PSG. But we will be keen to win there and I hope that the people who will come to the stadium will be entertained and proud of us and we will push...
    Unlike those many singers who have been ripped off by unscrupulous managers, Don McLean has always been cannier than most.  His 1971 hit American Pie turned him into a multi-millionaire star and, while fans have puzzled for years over the song's elusive meaning, Don himself would joke: 'It means I'll never have to work again.' So when almost three decades later, the makers of the American Pie movies asked to borrow those famous words for their film's title, they were in for a shock. 'I had trademarked words such as American Pie many years ago,' says Don, 'and they basically blew me off by trying to give me a few thousand dollars. But I hired a lawyer and in the end they had to pay me a few million bucks just to use those two words! My lawyer told me if I went to court and lost, I'd have owed them around $40 million [£29 million], so it was a big damn gamble.' His song — covered by Madonna and Chris de Burgh — celebrates its 50th anniversary next month...
    The Chivas Rayadas del Guadalajara lost again in the Akron Stadium, adding two defeats in the current Apertura 2021 of the MX League and stagnating in the twelfth place of the classification table, close to being out of the Repechage zone, causing the annoyance of his fans. At the end of the match against Club Leon, fans of Chivas they booed Víctor Manuel Vucetich and asked for his dismissal as technical director of the Herd, so the so-called King midas responded at a press conference. Also read: Yanet García raises passions with her provocative lace outfit “First I feel helpless because the team is not responding and as a result of that is the reaction of the people,” said Vuce. Vucetich did not dare to answer more about the screams of the fans and left his continuity in the hands of the board headed by Ricardo Peláez and Amaury Vergara, ensuring that he will be willing to accept any determination. “I can’t get involved with people, they can give their opinions what they want. The decisions, as always, are...
    Giuliano Simeone, son of Diego Pablo Simeone, coach of Atlético de Madrid, He was again a starter with the mattress team, for the third consecutive game. The Argentine forward returned to make a great encounter, as it already happened in the parties before Numantia Y RB Salzburg. Again he touched that first goal again with the shirt of the first team that resists him. During these preparatory matches, it has already been possible to verify which are the virtues of the youth soccer player, perseverance, faith, fight, struggle, intensity … If one of the maxims of his father is that ‘effort is not negotiated’, it is something that shows that he has suckled from the cradle. And in this third clash before him Wolfsburg he emptied himself again in the pressure, in the attempt to steal balls. Two consecutive dates And as we say, he was close to achieving his first goal. During the second half he starred in two actions that deserved a better outcome. The first, a pressure on a ball to the rival goalkeeper, who seemed to...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Aspiring athletes from across South Florida got the opportunity of a lifetime Tuesday. Over in Charles Hadley Park in Miami, community activist Luther “Uncle Luke” Campbell held his first ever football camp for kids. READ MORE: Remembered For Anna Nicole Smiths Autopsy, Former Broward Medical Examiner Joshua Perper Dies At 89 Dozens of NFL players came to show their support and spend the day teaching the children lessons both on and off the field. Uncle Luke said it’s his way of honoring his community. READ MORE: Im Just Trying To Work Hard And Keep Growing: Country Artist Kane Brown Returns To Live Music, Coming To Miami “It feels good to be giving back to the community,” he said. MORE NEWS: Florida School Children Won’t Need Proof Of COVID Vaccine To Attend In-Person Classes Uncle Luke said he hopes to continue doing the annual football events, bringing everyone together for a day of fun and life lessons.
    A Los Angeles man spent $17,000 to propose to his girlfriend in a sky message while also dissing Joe Rogan for his height on Saturday. The identity of the man has not been revealed but Angelenos have since congratulated his now fiancé Mollie Pratt after she seemingly said 'yes' to the hilarious proposal.  'Will you marry me Mollie Pratt?' the lettering first read. The messages 'She said yes,' 'I love you more than anything,' 'Excited to spend my life with you,' and 'Until death do us part,' then each appeared in turn in the air above Los Angeles. Another surprise message read: 'One more thing ... Joe Rogan is literally 5 foot 3.' Scroll down for video  'Will you marry me Mollie Pratt?' the lettering first read After the message 'she said yes' the man wrote 'I love you more than anything' Another surprise message read: 'One more thing ... Joe Rogan is literally 5 foot 3' The following message reportedly reads: 'From the rotting German barron' One of the final messages reads: 'OK SEE...
    (CBSDFW.COM) – Tom Watson will always be known as one of the greatest golfers in history. The eight-time major champion finished his PGA career with 39 wins – the last of which came at Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth in 1998. Winning that tournament at age 48, Watson is still the oldest champion in the history of the tournament. READ MORE: Its Just Horrific: 3 Dead After Head-On Crash On Highway 380 In Denton On the verge of the 75th anniversary of the Charles Schwab Challenge, Watson was kind enough to host CBS 11 Sports at his ranch in Weatherford. He shared fond memories of competing at Colonial but also what has fueled his newest passion. Tom is an active amateur competitor in the sport of cutting horses. He was first inspired to take up the sport by his late wife, Hillary. She was an amazing rider and Watson became her biggest cheerleader, near the end of his golf career. READ MORE: Texas Man Reported Missing While Hiking At Mount Whitney In California Just about five years ago, he...
    TOMMY Mallet has admitted his dyslexia has made running a business a ‘struggle’, But the TOWIE favourite reveals he always knew he'd be a millionaire. 6Tommy Mallet has admitted his dyslexia made aspect of business 'a struggle'Credit: Instagram / tommy_mallet Tommy, 28, who recently welcomed his first child with girlfriend Georgia Kousoulou, owns Mallet London, a footwear business regularly raking in seven figures each year. The reality show favourite spoke honestly about his dyslexia to BBC Radio 5 Live as part of their Word Matters adult literacy project. He admitted: "More so when I got older, and I realised it affected me more than anything. "When I started going into business, started having to read documents, buying cars and insurance and so on." 6But overcoming this has seen his footwear company go on to make millionsCredit: Getty - Contributor 6The reality star recently welcomed his first son with girlfriend Georgia Kousoulou 6The pair were regulars on The Only Way is EssexCredit: Rex Features Tommy explained: "I can read anything that's in front of me. I can read a text...
    VENICE (CBSLA) — A teenager on Saturday had an opportunity to meet the firefighters who saved his life last month. Jacob Perez suddenly lost consciousness while on a baseball field. He suffered cardiac arrest and was revived. Perez has fully recovered. READ MORE: Shooting In Pomona Claims Life Of Minor; Probe Underway On Saturday, the 14-year-old and his family were able to personally thank the Los Angeles firefighters and paramedics who saved him. READ MORE: Warning Issued To Parents, Pet Owners After Clip Shows Kid Dragged Underneath Peloton Treadmill “I feel grateful,” Perez said. “I feel very grateful that I get to be here today.” “I’m happy to be able to meet someone,” said Melissa Galleano, an LAFD firefighter. “Normally, we don’t get to see the outcome of our calls.” MORE NEWS: Fauci Expects Decision On Whether To Resume Johnson & Johnson Vaccine By Friday The firefighters and paramedics who helped save Perez are all from Station 63 in Venice.
    Composer Vishal Dadlani on Friday tweeted that he has taken his first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine. The singer-composer says he barely feels any after-effect apart from a sore shoulder. “Got my first shot of the Covid-19 vaccine yesterday. Super arrangements at Leelavati Hospital, Bandra West. Barely any ‘after-effects’ today, just a slightly sore shoulder from the needle. Science WILL beat this damned virus! #GoGetVaccinated #OneForAllAllForOne #ForIndia,” Dadlani wrote on Twitter. Amitabh Bachchan Gets COVID-19 Vaccine, Says ‘All Family Done Except Abhishek’. His tweet comes a day after composer Salim Merchant shared a video on Twitter where he can be seen getting the vaccine on his left arm. Meanwhile, Bollywood icon Amitabh Bachchan blogged earlier on Friday to inform that he along with other family members has taken the vaccine, except his son Abhishek Bachchan, who is busy shooting. Rupali Ganguly of Anupamaa and Sarabhai Vs Sarabhai Tests Positive for COVID-19. Check Out Vishal Dadlani’s Tweet Below: Got my first shot of the Covid-19 vaccine yesterday. Super arrangements at Leelavati Hospital, Bandra West. Barely...
    More On: what to watch ‘The Attache’ revisits 2015 Paris terrorist attacks ‘Doctor Who’ new animated special based on 1968 episode Martha Plimpton: HBO Max’s ‘Genera+ion’ is ‘authentic and real’ ‘Breeders’ stars Martin Freeman and Daisy Haggard dish on Season 2 Broadway star Norbert Leo Butz enters the sci-fi genre for the first time in NBC’s “Debris.” Butz is best known for his work onstage, where he’s appeared in a host of plays including “Rent” and “Wicked.” He’s won two Tonys — for “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels” in 2003 and “Catch me if You Can” in 2011. He’s also appeared on shows such as “Trust,” “Madam Secretary” and “Fosse/ Verdon.”  His latest project is NBC’s “Debris” (Mondays at 10 p.m.), which follows agents Bryan Beneventi (Jonathan Tucker) and Finola Jones (Riann Steele) as they investigate wreckage from a mysterious alien spacecraft that landed on Earth. Butz plays Craig Maddox, a CIA operative and Bryan’s handler.  Butz, 54, answered some questions for The Post.  Where do you keep your Tonys?  They are in my office in my home in New Jersey,...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott will deliver his first State of the City address on Thursday at 7 p.m. His office said in a press release Monday the address will reflect on his first 100 days as mayor, and the last year of the city navigating the COVID-19 pandemic. READ MORE: COVID In Maryland: 658 New Cases As Hospitalizations, Positivity Rate Up It will stream on CharmTV and Mayor Scott’s social media pages. The address will be virtual, with no live audience, the release said. READ MORE: California-Based Tax Debt Relief Company Charged With Deceiving Maryland Consumers Baltimore City Council President Nick J. Mosby will also give opening remarks and introduce Mayor Scott. WJZ will have the latest and will carry it live on our website. MORE NEWS: Pandemic Lockdowns Improved Air Quality In 84% Of Countries Worldwide, Report Finds  
    I am going to kill you: 2 killed in 4 knife attacks on homeless in New York City subway New York was the 1st big school district to reopen. Here’s what happened. A schoolteacher from California wiped out $70,000 in savings trading on Robinhood. Heres his message to first-time investors. Hello everyone! Welcome to this weekly roundup of stories from Insider from Business co-Editor in Chief Matt Turner. Subscribe here to get this newsletter in your inbox every Sunday. Read on for a first person account of an addiction to Robinhood, drama in the venture capital world, and the coronavirus sticking around forever. Read time: 6 minutes. © iStock; John Moore/Getty; Skye Gould/Insider iStock; John Moore/Getty; Skye Gould/Insider Hello! Latest: The Senate on Saturday acquitted Donald Trump after an impeachment trial over the Capitol siege. President Joe Biden said the "substance of the charge is not in dispute" and that we must "end this uncivil war." Get the latest here. This week: Whitney Wolfe Herd made history.  As Candy Cheng reported, Wolfe Herd not only became a self-made billionaire, but...
    (CNN)President Joe Biden's first full day in office Thursday will include an intelligence briefing and a meeting with his administration's Covid-19 team, according to a schedule released by the White House late Wednesday.Read the schedule, which is subject to change and doesn't reflect all of the President's daily activities, below:10:00 a.m. ET: The President, the first lady, the vice president and the second gentleman watch the Virtual Presidential Inaugural Prayer Service.12:45 a.m. ET: The President and the vice president receive the President's Daily Brief.2:00 p.m. ET: The President delivers remarks on his administration's Covid-19 response, and signs executive orders and other presidential actions; the vice president also attends.2:25 p.m. ET: The President and the vice president receive a briefing from members of their Covid-19 team.Briefing Schedule4:00 p.m. ET: Press briefing by press secretary Jen Psaki 10 a.m. ET: The President, the first lady, the vice president and the second gentleman watch the Virtual Presidential Inaugural Prayer Service. 12:45 a.m. ET: The President and the vice president receive the President's Daily Brief. 2 p.m. ET: The President delivers remarks on his...
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