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    Stephanie said that she was so moved, she took to her personal Facebook page to point out the compassionate treatment her son received while frequenting the skate park. Jake Koberstine, an administrator of the Hillyard Skate Park Facebook page, noticed Stephanie's post and took the opportunity to bless the family himself. "I saw a video of Christian skateboarding, and saw that he had talent and he was comfortable on a skateboard," Koberstine told the station. "Then upon zooming in a little, I saw that his skateboard was a little lackluster and that he'd do a lot better with better equipment. It makes all the difference." Koberstine then reached out to Stephanie and offered to buy the 11-year-old a brand-new skateboard and some skate shoes. Just days later, Koberstine presented Christian with the gifts. "He was super happy, he didn't even have shoes on when he came to grab his skateboard," Koberstine told the station. "He just hopped on it and ran and started riding barefoot. It was cool. My dad always thought it was just...
    SACRAMENTO, Calif (AP) — Police in California say six people are dead and at least nine others have been injured after a shooting in downtown Sacramento. The Sacramento Police Department says the shooting happened early Sunday morning. Video posted on Twitter showed people running through the street as the sound of rapid gunfire could be heard in the background. Video showed multiple ambulances had been sent to the scene. Police provided few details about the circumstances surrounding the shooting but said in a tweet that a “large police presence will remain and the scene remains active.” Phone messages seeking comment were left with the Sacramento police. Residents were asked to avoid the area, which is packed with restaurants and bars that leads to the Golden One Center, where the Sacramento Kings play basketball. Phone messages seeking comment were left with the Sacramento police. Berry Accius, a community activist, said he came to the scene shortly after the shooting happened. “The first thing I saw was like victims. I saw a young girl with a whole bunch of blood in her...
    Priscilla Presley has revealed she 'knew' what she was getting into when she married Elvis. The 76-year-old actress says the early days of their marriage were 'difficult' but she understood what she was in for as she met the late King of Rock and Roll - who was one of the biggest heartthrobs of all time - when she was 14 as a schoolgirl in Germany, when she was 10 years his junior. Priscilla told reporters at the launch of the new exhibition 'Elvis: Direct From Graceland' at Bendigo Art Gallery that 'the beginning [of the marriage] was very difficult, but I knew what I was in for because I saw it at a very young age.' Truth: Priscilla Presley, 76, has revealed she 'knew' what she was getting into when she married Elvis The 'Naked Gun' star said the rumours surrounding the 'Can't Help Falling in Love With You' hitmaker were a struggle for her but she was assured to not 'pay attention' by her husband, who she divorced in 1973. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    VIDEO4:4504:45Mark Wilf, Chair of the Jewish Federations of North America, on sending aid to Ukrainian refugeesWorldwide Exchange With the NFL's annual meetings set for this weekend, Minnesota Vikings co-owner Mark Wilf has more on his mind than just football. Last week, he brought a humanitarian group to the Poland-Ukraine board to help with relief efforts as Ukrainian refugees flee Russia's invasion. The trip was carried out under the Jewish Federations of North America, which he chairs. "The needs are just simply overwhelming," Wilf told CNBC. "It was a combination of exhaustion, shock, as well as where to go next for the refugees. This will be with us for a long time, no matter how this wraps up politically or militarily." Wilf said the Jewish Federations have raised a collective $40 million in Ukrainian aid, and they plan to return to the region for more humanitarian trips. Funds are going toward sustaining displaced Jews who are in camps and shelters without basic needs such as food, medicine and clothing. The group is also providing financial assistance to the elderly, families...
    It was a day of shame, if such an emotion is ever felt in Vladimir Putin’s Kremlin. Every sick child at Kyiv’s main paediatric hospital – Ukraine’s biggest – who is judged able to survive the journey is being evacuated to the West. And yesterday afternoon, the reception hall of the war-battered Ohmatdyt Hospital offered up a pathetic, damning spectacle: the price of this crazy war. The remaining patients from the oncology department – six children aged from one to 17 suffering from cancer – were gathered to begin a gruelling journey of up to five days. It was a day of shame, if such an emotion is ever felt in Vladimir Putin’s Kremlin. Every sick child at Kyiv’s main paediatric hospital – Ukraine’s biggest – who is judged able to survive the journey is being evacuated to the West They must go if they are to survive the fallout from the Russian assault on their country. Misery is heaped upon already profound misery, for them and their parents, some of whom will also make the trek. Antonina, nine, was...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Thousands of people have turned up Sunday in what has been a collection of rallies and marches in support of Ukraine and the Ukrainian people throughout Chicago's downtown area.It started with an emotional flag raising ceremony, as a giant Ukrainian flag now proudly flies atop the 200 foot flagpole that overlooks Chicago's skyline at I-90.RELATED: Russian-Ukraine war: Russia assault halts evacuations for 2nd time, Ukraine official saysFollowing that, there was a rally at Chicago's Millennium Park, which saw yet another giant Ukrainian flag unfurled at the foot of the Bean before thousands of supporters marched to Daley Plaza.It was there at Daley Plaza that it became apparent that those present were not just Ukrainian but rather Chicagoans of all stripes who came out in force to support the Ukrainian cause. In particular, we saw a large contingent of Eastern Europeans, including Russians, with firsthand experience of what it's like to live under that country's authoritarian regime."I'm old enough that I lived in a communist system for a few years when I was young and I remember how...
    A college football player and NFL prospect is going viral for his very touching act of kindness to a homeless pregnant woman.  Malik Willis, 22, a senior at Liberty University and a quarterback for the Liberty Flames, is currently in Indianapolis, Indiana for the 2022 NFL scouting combine — and his good fortune is not lost on him. On Thursday, Willis had just left a Nike event where the sportswear brand gifted him a suitcase full of new clothes. When he got outside, he saw a homeless woman and her son sitting on the sidewalk, and stopped to open his suitcase and give her some new shirts — completely unaware that an admirer was capturing the moment on camera from across the street. Malik Willis, 22, a senior at Liberty University and a quarterback for the Liberty Flames, is currently in Indianapolis, Indiana for the 2022 NFL scouting combine On Thursday, he left a Nike event where the sportswear brand gifted him a suitcase full of new clothes and stopped to give some to a homeless pregnant woman Was having lunch yesterday...
    The daughter of former cult leader-turned-child killer 'Mother Anna' has opened up about growing up in her mother's twisted 'House of Prayer,' recalling how she watched two children die of starvation and abuse.  Joy Fluker's mother, whose real name was Anna Young, died in prison last March at age 79 after spending just 42 days behind bars for the deaths of toddlers Emon Harper and Katonya Jackson in the 1980s.  It was Fluker who had called the police in 2016 to report that her mother had killed Harper decades earlier while running her tightly-controlled religious community in Micanopy, Florida.   'There was a part of me that hoped that my memories were mistaken and that there was a chance that maybe, because of all the other sufferings, I was delusional a little bit,' Fluker explained on Tuesday's episode of Dr. Phil.  Joy Fluker, the daughter of former cult leader 'Mother Anna,' opened up about what it was like to grow up in her mother's strict 'House of Prayer' on Tuesday's episode of Dr. Phil Fluker's mother, whose real name was Anna Young, started the House of Prayer in...
    LE SUEUR COUNTY, Minn. (WCCO) — Smoke rose from a gaping hole in the ground in rural Lexington Township, near Le Center in Le Sueur County. It was all that was left of a home that exploded Friday night. The Le Sueur County Sheriff’s Office said crews arrived around 11:30 p.m. to a collapsed home on fire. They said the homeowners were gone and a woman was housesitting, caring for the dogs. Her body was found in the basement. Friends identify her as 20-year-old Kailey Mach. They say she went to Tri-City Union High School in Montgomery and was attending Augsburg University, where she hoped to study elementary education. Friends identify Kailey Mach as the the 20-year-old woman killed in a home explosion last night in Le Center. They say she went to Augsburg University & wanted to study elementary education. “Someone who saw the good in everyone.” Latest @WCCO 5:30pmhttps://t.co/SAM9fthA4V pic.twitter.com/Q2KJZaxdor — Kirsten Mitchell (@Kirsten_TV) February 27, 2022 “She always talked about how she was going to change the world by teaching the next generation,” her...
    A WOMAN in her early 20s suffers from a rare cancer, but says several doctors she saw dismissed her, telling her it was probably hemorrhoids. Kasey Altman, 25, was diagnosed with a rare cancer called rhabdomyosarcoma, which affects the soft tissue. 3Kasey Altman said she had to see three doctors before one would test herCredit: TikTok/kaseyaltman 3The 25-year-old shared her experience to TikTokCredit: TikTok/kaseyaltman But she only got the diagnosis because she refused to take no for an answer and saw several doctors until one of them finally agreed to run some tests on her. Altman told the Caters News Agency that doctors were initially dismissive because she was otherwise healthy and was young. "I was perfectly healthy, exercising daily, eating well," she told the outlet. "I'm a former college athlete so I take my health very seriously. Then I had these tumors pop up on my body, which was close to my anus, and no one would listen to me because I was young, healthy and looked fine." She explained that the first doctor she saw refused to give...
    Disgraced singer R. Kelly spent decades trying to silence his underage victims with threats and bribery before his downfall began with the 2019 release of an explosive documentary that exposed his predatory behavior. Lifetime’s ‘Surviving R. Kelly’ – which revisited old claims and introduced new ones – opened up a Pandora’s Box of trouble for the singer, who previously avoided jail time after being acquitted of child pornography charges. That documentary culminated with charges against Kelly that would finally stick; after years of him using his fame and fortune to silence his victims, he was convicted Monday of nine counts of racketeering and sex trafficking. Soon after the six-part docuseries aired in January 2019, Illinois’ Cook County State Attorney Kim Foxx said her office was contacted by two Chicago families who believed their relatives were being involuntarily held by Kelly. Disgraced R&B star R. Kelly was convicted Monday of racketeering and sex trafficking She urged other victims to come forward. Celebrities such as Lady Gaga and Celine Dion began distancing themselves from the Grammy-winning musician, and hotshot women’s rights attorney...
    The National Institute on Alcohol and Alcoholism released a study that found mothers of young children during the coronavirus pandemic increased their alcohol consumption by almost 325 percent. The data show that overall drinking consumption in the United States was 39 percent higher in November 2020 than the previous February, before the pandemic. The recommended drinking guidelines for men allow for up to four drinks a day but no more than 14 drinks a week, while for women no more than three drinks a day or seven drinks a week, the study pointed out as the basis for finding the large increases in alcohol consumption. The New York Post reported on the study: Americans exceeding those guidelines increased by 27 percent from February and April of 2020 — and jumped to 39 percent between February and November, the new study found. Additionally, binge drinking that increased 26 percent between February and April 2020 only jumped further, to 30 percent, between February and November. More women disproportionately reported exceeding the recommended drinking guidelines than men between April and November 2020. Women...
    Pictured: Afshar's 5-year-old granddaughter Zipporah, left, and 8-year-old grandson, Darius, right A Pennsylvania grandfather is accused of killing himself, his son and two young children by setting their home ablaze in what investigators believe was a horrific murder-suicide.   PennLive reports that 67-year-old Jafar Afshar torched the family's Steelton apartment on fire Friday morning, killing himself and his son Saeed, 36, as well as his 5-year-old granddaughter Zipporah, and 8-year-old grandson, Darius, Dauphin County Coroner Graham Hetrick said Tuesday.  Afshar and his alleged victims all died from burns and smoke inhalation, subsequent autopsies revealed.   Hetrick did not reveal the motive behind Friday's fatal case of arson at the family home in the 400 block of South Front Street. But he did state that the grandfather had been acting strangely in days prior. 'There had been indications of abnormal behavior' by Afshar, Hetrick said during a press conference on Friday. 'What was in his mind when he decided to eliminate his family, I don’t know,' Hetrick said.  The two grandchildren along with their father were victims of a murder-suicide at the hands of their grandfather,...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A young chimp at The Maryland Zoo on Wednesday explored the zoo’s outdoor chimp habitat for the first time. Maisie, the 11-month-old chimp, was accompanied by the zoo’s two mother-daughter pairs–Bunny and Lola, and Raven and Violet. Zookeepers said Bunny partially brought Maisie out clinging to her belly, the first time they saw this happen. READ MORE: Baltimore City To Resume Pre-Pandemic Parking Enforcement Zookeepers said she was a bit nervous but ended up climbing on the platforms. They said they saw her playing on a hammock. READ MORE: Family Says Shark Bit 12-Year-Old Girl In Ocean City, Beach Official Says Incident Not An Attack Lola also kept an eye out for Maisie, helping her navigate out of thick bamboo in the Chimpanzee Forest. MORE NEWS: President Joe Biden Honors Victims Of 2018 Capital Gazette Shooting Maisie was brought to the zoo last September after her mother would not care for her. She turns 1 on Aug. 28.
    THIS is the bone-chilling moment 16-foot cannibal crocodiles feed on their young in Africa. In one image, a Nile crocodile was pictured as it clasped its strong jaw around another young crocodile’s head and proceeded to drown it underwater. 5A 16-foot Nile crocodile attacking its youngCredit: mediadrumworld.com/@timdriman 5The attack took place in Okavango Delta, BotswanaCredit: mediadrumworld.com/@timdriman 5The feeding frenzy lasted three hoursCredit: mediadrumworld.com/@timdriman In another, a bask of crocodiles could be seen getting in on the action as they collectively tore the smaller reptile to pieces. The intense images were taken by wildlife photographer Tim Driman,who captured the horrific attack in the Okavango Delta, Botswana, from 130-feet away. The victim was an eight-foot long young male, who was estimated to be just 10-years-old. Tim captured the feeding frenzy using a Sony A9 camera, with a Sony 400m lens and shared the images on his Instagram, @timdriman. “We saw limbs being torn off and gaping wounds which made the crocodile easier to rip apart. After three hours, the crocodile had been torn to shreds," said Tim. “Adult crocodile cannibalism is...
    Another study analyzing the impact that the coronavirus has had on teens found that up to one-third of participants reported worsening mental health due to the pandemic. The study, which is ongoing, focused on teen boys and young men in Ohio and pulled data from a survey examining changes to mood, anxiety, relationships and other ways the pandemic may have impacted their lives.  The results, which were published in the Journal of Adolescent Health, showed that nearly a third of the 571 participants reported that their mood had worsened or their anxiety had increased between March 2020 and June 2020, which marked the beginning stages of the pandemic and when many social restrictions were put in place and schools shuttered.  "The study found that worsening mood and increased anxiety during the pandemic were more likely in those with higher socioeconomic status, those who felt decreasing closeness to friends and family and those who were older," the Ohio State University and Kenyon College researchers wrote. "Self-reported increases in anxiety were more common among those with a history of depression and/or anxiety." ...
    Kylian Mbappe. Getty Kylian Mbappe missed the decisive penalty as world champion France crashed out of Euro 2020. France was beaten in a shoot-out by Switzerland after a thrilling 3-3 draw. Elsewhere, Spain beat Croatia 5-3 in an equally crazy game at Denmark's Parken Stadium. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Kylian Mbappe missed the decisive penalty in the shoot out as world champion France crashed out of Euro 2020 at the hands of Switzerland. France went behind in the last-16 tie thanks to a fine headed goal from Benfica striker Haris Seferović in the 15th minute. A 90 second brace from Karim Benzema in the second-half turned things around for Didier Deschamp's side, before Paul Pogba looked to have sealed victory with a superb long range strike. However a late second goal from Seferović and an injury time equalizer from Mario Gavranović took the tie to extra time. Neither side was able to find a winner in the added 30 minutes, which resulted in a penalty shoot out. Nine players in a row converted from 12-yards before Mbappe...
    First responders are still searching for survivors under the rubble from a condo that partially collapsed in the Miami area early Thursday morning. Police confirmed one person was killed and at least 35 have been rescued so far.  As of 10 a.m. local time, 51 people remained unaccounted for as a thunderstorm rolled into the area. It is estimated that the building fell around 1:20 a.m.  Nicholas Balboa, who witnessed the collapse, recounted what he saw and how he helped save a young boy in an interview on "America’s Newsroom." MIAMI BUILDING COLLAPSE: HUGE EMERGENCY OPERATION UNDERWAY Balboa was walking his dog when he felt the ground shake and saw a plume of dust and debris rising from where the Surfside condo building had fallen. Video"It was definitely like something you see out of a movie," he recalled to anchor Bill Hemmer. Balboa took his dog home and returned to the scene. He said he heard someone yell from the rubble. "He was just he was screaming and saying, ‘can you see me?’" Balboa said. "We saw his fingers...
    MANCHESTER CITY and England forward Phil Foden has been named the Premier League Young Player of the Year. The 21-year-old played a key part in Pep Guardiola's side's superb campaign which saw them lift the title for the third time in four seasons. WIN £50,000! Play Dream Team Euros – our FREE fantasy football game 4Foden became the youngest player in Premier League history to win the title three timesCredit: EPA 4It was a sensational breakout season for the England starCredit: PA And Foden, who established himself as a first team regular, scored nine goals and assisted five more for Man City. Perhaps his breakout moment came against Liverpool in February when he scored a sensational strike and assisted another in a convincing 4-1 victory. He also produced superb displays against the likes of Chelsea and Southampton as Man City went on a ruthless winning run during the middle part of the season. As well as his brilliant Premier League campaign, Foden also helped his side to a fourth successive Carabao Cup triumph. And he played a key role in guiding...
    DESOTO, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – A man was shot to death behind the wheel of a car in the  1100 block of Westlake Drive in DeSoto shortly after 5:00 p.m. Thursday, April 22. DeSoto Police and Fire Rescue Department paramedics arrived on the scene a few minutes after the shooting was reported to find a young man dead in the driver’s seat of a 2013 black Honda Accord. READ MORE: Exclusive: Inside The North Texas Factory Making Syringes For COVID-19 Vaccines Witnesses at the scene informed officers that a passenger in the vehicle got out moments after the shooting and ran off. Police said witnesses described the passenger this way: READ MORE: Some Knucklehead Vandalized George Floyd Mural In Houston, Police Chief Says A young black male wearing a gray hoodie and jeans. He was also said to have short dreadlocks. Detectives are working to identify this person of interest so that they can bring him in for questioning. The name of the victim of this homicide is not currently being released until next of kin can be notified. MORE NEWS:...
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