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    At least four people have been shot at a church north of Laguna Beach, in southern California. Orange County Fire Authority said it was on the scene at the Geneva Presbyterian Church in Laguna Woods, treating victims and taking a number of people to hospital.  'Deputies are responding to reports of a shooting at a church on the 24000 block of El Toro Road in Laguna Woods, Orange County.  A number of people have been shot at the Geneva Presbyterian Church in Laguna Woods All manner of emergency vehicles could be seen outsider the church on Sunday afternoon   The Orange County Sheriff gave details of what was unfolding on Sunday afternoon on Twitter Multiple victims have been shot. More details to follow, PIO en route,' the Orange County Sheriff wrote on Twitter on Sunday afternoon.  'We have detained one person and have recovered a weapon that may be involved.' The number of people hurt is not yet clear but it is believed to be at least four. A passing driver captured images of a number of a fire engines that...
    A WOMAN has claimed she will never go on dates again after a would-be Romeo turns out to be ''one of the Seven Dwarfs''. With millions of potential people to match with, online dating is similar to gambling - you can never know what you're going to get, and one woman's experience serves as proof. 2Sarah promised she was done with dating and claimed she was better off being singleCredit: TikTok/@louiseb67 Looking to find a Romeo, Sarah Louise (@louiseb67) decided to join Facebook Dating to search for love - however, things didn't quite go according to her plan, as she took it to TikTok to share the story time. In a clip, which has since gone viral racking up close to 108,000 views in just one day, Louise claimed that the day-out had been so bad, she promised to be done with online dating. ''I'm not doing it again - if I come on here and say 'I'm going on a date', please remind me of this video.'' After stumbling across a Facebook profile she liked, Louise matched with the...
    Violent storms killed at least two people, one in Georgia and the other in Texas, on Tuesday, as hail, strong winds and tornadoes tore across the South, where authorities warned today will see a second day of dangerous weather. A woman died on Tuesday evening in Pembroke, Georgia, where a tornado ripped part of the roof from the Bryan County courthouse, destroyed the entrance to a local government building across the street and damaged homes in nearby neighborhoods. Several others were injured in Bryan county, located 30 miles west of Savannah,' county government spokesman Matthew Kent said. He said the woman died in one of the damaged neighborhoods, but had no further details. In eastern Texas, W. M. Soloman, 71, died when storm winds toppled a tree onto Solomon's home in Whitehouse, about 100 miles southeast of Dallas, the local mayor James Wansley said. Officials said trees fell on at least four homes there. The National Weather Service warned 7 million people in the South to expect a second day of violent storms on Wednesday, with severe thunderstorms and tornadoes...
    Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg ran down and killed a pedestrian on Sept. 12, 2020. This week, South Dakota Department of Public Safety Secretary Craig Price said Ravnsborg received a text message from an unnamed political consultant less than two days after the crash that commented on the political party of Joe Boever, the 55-year-old man that Ravnsborg, a first-term Republican, had killed. “Well, at least the guy was a Democrat,” the message read. Price, in a letter to Speaker of the South Dakota House of Representatives Spencer Gosch, said a study of text messages between the Attorney General and advisers and staff members reveal “disparaging and offensive statements regarding other law enforcement officers, judges, a Supreme Court justice, a legislator, prosecutors, staff members, a former attorney general, and a United States senator.” Price posted the letter on Twitter Wednesday and also issued a press release, as Gov. Kristi Noem’s administration continues to apply pressure in an effort to remove the attorney general. Ravnsborg has rarely spoken to reporters or the public about the fatal crash. He did have a private...
    Matt Eberflus is the 17th head coach of the Chicago Bears. In his first move as Bears general manager, Ryan Poles on Thursday hired Eberflus from a group of finalists that included Dan Quinn and Jim Caldwell. Eberflus, 51, was the Indianapolis Colts defensive coordinator the last four seasons. He replaces Matt Nagy, who along with GM Ryan Pace was fired Jan. 10 after a 6-11 finish in 2021 and 34-31 record in four seasons in Nagy’s first stint as an NFL head coach. Eberflus first interviewed with the Bears on Jan. 17 and had a second interview with Poles on Wednesday. He was one of at least 10 candidates who interviewed for the coaching vacancy. Eberflus takes on his first head-coaching job after 13 years as an NFL coordinator and assistant coach and 17 years as a college assistant. The Colts hired him in 2018 with the idea he would be the defensive coordinator for Josh McDaniels, whom they planned to hire. McDaniels backed out of the job to remain the New England Patriots...
    U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) is falsely telling the more than 400,000 people following her verified Facebook campaign account that “all the people” at the January 6 insurrection “were unarmed.” That’s provably false. USA Today has a regularly updated trove that currently contains 675 of the more than 700 people who have been arrested and/or charged for their actions during the insurrection. The database shows dozens were charged with possession or use of a dangerous weapon. “At least 85 people are charged with carrying or using a weapon during the Capitol riots,” Buzzfeed News reported last month, citing its analysis of court records, detailing them as: “Guns, knives, bats, chemicals, stolen police gear, flagpoles, a ‘Trump 2020’ sign, pieces of metal and wood, crutches, a skateboard, stun devices, a crow bar, and a firecracker.” “The US attorney’s office in Washington has said that approximately 140 police officers were assaulted on Jan. 6, and the majority of defendants charged with weapon-related offenses are also accused of using those objects to attack police. Some are charged with using weapons to break...
    More than a dozen female scientists have made bombshell allegations of sexual misconduct and even rape at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, accusing the prestigious research facility, located on an island in Panama, of turning a blind eye to a culture of sexual harassment and retaliation for years.  The claims of the accusers, many of whom have agreed to be fully identified, while some opted to retain their anonymity, were detailed in a sweeping expose that was published by BuzzFeed News on Thursday.  The women scientists described a pattern of pervasive sexual misconduct - ranging in some of the cases from inappropriate comments to touching and alleged rape - by a trio of senior male researchers, who controlled access to laboratories and data, and whose word could make or break a young researcher's fledgling career in science.  All of the suspected behavior played out over the course of more than a decade on Barro Colorado Island in the Panama Canal, which is home to the Smithsonian Institution's only research facility outside the US. Nestled in a dense tropical jungle, the...
    TALIBAN jihadis released an ISIS-K suicide bomber from jail days before he blew himself up at Kabul airport and slaughtered at least 170 people including 13 American troops. Two US officials reportedly said the mass murderer was released from the Parwan prison at Bagram airbase after American forces abandoned it. 3People carry an injured person to hospital after a suicide bomb attack at Kabul airport on August 26 that was claimed by ISISCredit: Reuters 3The terror attack slaughtered at least 170 people including 13 American troopsCredit: EPA On August 27, two ISIS suicide bombers struck at the Abbey Gate, where desperate Afghans were crowding to try to enter the airport and where US troops were carrying out security checks. The revelation made to CNN that one of them had been released from jail underscores the chaos around the final days of the shambolic withdrawal from Afghanistan. The Parwan prison at Bagram, along with the Pul-e-Charkhi prison near Kabul, housed several hundred ISIS-K terrorists.  The Taliban emptied out both prisons. Eleven days later one of the inmates who carried out the...
    An experienced paraglider found himself in a terrifying ordeal when his parachute collapsed while flying over a lake - sending him plunging into the water. Athlete Roman Rohrmoser, 36, was trying to emulate a full stall manoeuvre over Achen Lake in his native Austria. But as he tried out the acrobatic trick, his paraglider became twisted and he quickly began to lose control. Unable to recover in time, Roman was left to plunge downwards at speed. Luckily he was practising over the popular tourist lake and so was able to land safely in the water below, saving any injuries. Within seconds of landing a boat can be seen at his side. 'It was a full stall gone wrong,' said Roman, describing the well-known manoeuvre where you slow down the glider to reset its position. He continued: 'The paraglider started to twist and got out of control. 'This had never happened before previously, but I never tried to get into such a situation. I hoped for the best! This is the terrifying moment athlete Roman Rohrmoser, 36, watched his parachute spiral out of control...
    An 11-year-old boy in Colorado was murdered by his stepmother in his bedroom before she stuffed his body in a suitcase, drove to Florida and threw the case off a bridge, a court has been told. Prosecutors in El Paso County, Colorado, laid out their case against Letecia Stauch, 37, on Thursday. They were aiming to convince Judge Gregory Werner that there was enough evidence to proceed with the case. He will announce his decision on September 23. Gannon Stauch was reported missing on January 27, 2020. Gannon Stauch's stepmother Letecia appeared in court in Colorado on Thursday for a hearing over the murder of the 11-year-old boy, to decide if there is enough evidence to proceed The suspected killer (pictured after her arrest in South Carolina in March 2020) was extradited to Colorado Jason Yoder, with Santa Rosa County Sheriff's office in Florida, told the court that their forensic experts believe the boy was killed in his bedroom then driven to his area. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Investigators believe Gannon Stauch's...
    After court filings revealed that disgraced USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar received $2,000 in pandemic stimulus payments while incarcerated, the issue of prisoners getting the government checks is once again in the spotlight. Convicted felons were eligible for all three rounds of individual stimulus payments, which came in the amounts of $1,200, $600 and $1,400, through they had to apply for the benefits and in some cases the payments were garnished for restitution. In March, as the Biden administration pushed though the latest round of stimulus, Republicans made red meat of the issue, with Senator Tom Cotton fuming that murderers such as Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof and Boston Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev would be eligible for checks. However, after contentious legal wrangling last year, a federal judge made it clear that inmates were also eligible for the checks issued under the Trump administration, and the ruling ensured that some $1.5 billion in benefits went to 1.5 million prisoners, according to lawyers in the case. Larry Nassar received $2,000 in pandemic stimulus payments while incarcerated, but he is not alone. Some...
    Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer. Jim Watson/AFP via Getty Images The conspiracy to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer was full with FBI informants, Buzzfeed News reported. At least 12 confidential FBI informants reportedly assisted the investigation into the extremist group. Some of the informants, including an Iraq war veteran, reportedly took leading roles in the scheme.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The anti-government extremist group accused of conspiring to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer had been infiltrated by at least a dozen FBI informants — some of whom took leading roles in the scheme, Buzzfeed News reported.  At least 12 confidential FBI informants assisted the investigation into the extremist group accused of conspiring to kidnap the Democratic governor, according to the news outlet's report.   An examination of the case by Buzzfeed revealed that "some of those informants, acting under the direction of the FBI, played a far larger role than has previously been reported." For example, an Iraq war veteran informant "became so deeply enmeshed in a Michigan militant group" that he rose to second-in-command of the...
    Approximately 50,000 immigrant teenagers and young adults applied for deportation relief under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy in the three months after the Obama-era program was reopened to first-time applicants in December, according to newly released government data. Between January and March, fewer than 800 immigrants — or 1.5% of the applicants during that time span — had their first-time applications for DACA approved, alarming advocates who point to a looming court decision that threatens the program's existence. A federal judge in Texas who has previously called DACA unlawful is set to issue a ruling on the legality of the policy, which several Republican-led states are seeking to dismantle. The Texas-led coalition of states have argued the Obama administration overreached its executive authority when it created DACA in 2012. As of March 31, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) had a backlog of more than 55,000 pending first-time DACA applications, according to agency statistics. The number of immigrants enrolled in DACA decreased to 616,000, a 3% drop from December 2020. The decrease follows a years-long downward...
    The Florida Surface Mayor expressed concern Thursday that part of the south of the Sampline Towers could still collapse.“We fear the building could collapse further,” Mayor Charles Burkett told CNN affiliate WSVN. “The problem is that the building has actually collapsed. It has fallen, i.e., there are only centimeters between floors which were 3 meters. It’s heartbreaking because it does not mean we are going to be as successful as we want to be to find living people, “said Burkett. Burkett said the building was built in the 1980s. “There’s no reason this building should collapse, if someone pulls support from below, or gets knocked down, or a sump or something like that collapses,” Burkett said. The decline of this nature is “less than lightning.” It is unclear how many people the mayor is missing, but it is estimated that at least 30 units may have been affected. Burkett told the subsidiary that the dogs had been stopped at midnight, but, in a very dangerous and dark condition, “they were not attacked.” Burkett praised firefighters and first responders for continuing...
    A former Bachelor contestant has opened up about the emotional toll one of the show's challenges took on her. Erica Rose, who first appeared on The Bachelor in 2006, told the Unpopular podcast that she was 'in shock' after being humiliated during the second season of Bachelor Pad in 2011. For the challenge, the show's male contestants were told to throw paint-filled eggs at the women that they found the least attractive.  Broken: Former Bachelor star Erica Rose has revealed that she was left 'traumatised' after a humiliating challenge on the reality show The ladies were blindfolded and dressed in bikinis before having the men pelt eggs at them while host Chris Harrison officiated things, with Erica copping most of the eggs.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Below Deck Sailing Yacht's Alli Dore announces surprise... Aussie Below Deck star Ashling Lorger shows off her... Share this article Share 'It really hurt,' she told Unpopular of having the eggs hurled at her. 'Emotionally, yeah it was traumatic, but physically it f***ing hurt. 'I...
    Defensive Player of the Year Rudy Gobert‘s playoff defense was indefensible for the Utah Jazz. The Utah Jazz were not able to rely on Defensive Player of the Year Rudy Gobert’s defense in the second round of the 2021 NBA Playoffs. While the top-seeded Jazz were able to get past the upstart No. 8-seeded Memphis Grizzlies in five games in their first-round series, Ja Morant and company clearly exposed something in Utah defensively. In the Jazz’s 11 playoff games this season, Utah allowed at least 109 points in each contest. They surrendered at least 120 points on three occasions, losing all three of those games. The worst part in all of this for the Jazz was Gobert was a defensive liability vs. the LA Clippers.Utah Jazz: Rudy Gobert’s defensive issues led to their postseason downfallWhile Utah had to battle the Clippers without point guard Mike Conley Jr. for most of the series, it is hard to overlook the net-negative Gobert was on the floor in the final four games of the best-of-seven. Gobert had a -16 plus/minus in Game 3’s...
    Charles Barkley ripped the Milwaukee Bucks after blowing a 17-point lead to the Brooklyn Nets and eventually losing Game 5 thanks in part to Kevin Durant’s historic night. Barkley said after the game he could tell the Bucks were going to lose at the half. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "That was embarrassing for basketball. To lose that game … You could tell they were gonna lose the game at halftime," Barkley said. "You go back … when you do dumb stuff and it works, you keep doing dumb stuff. You sit there when they were doing dumb stuff in Game 1 and Game 2, and you’re like, ‘That’s how they play Chuck,’ I’m like so? They’re killing them in the paint, they’re gonna keep jacking up threes just because that’s how they play. Like [former NFL coach] Herm Edwards say, ‘You play to win the game.’ "And that was one of the dumbest games. And man, I am so mad right now because they got a bunch of really good guys, and they played dumb and...
    DENVER (CBS4) – With the official start of summer still a week away, Denver and Colorado’s Front Range will likely reach 100 degrees at least once or twice this week. The last time Colorado’s urban corridor was this hot so early in the season was in 2013 when Denver reached 100 degrees on June 11. If Denver exceeds 100 degrees this week, it will be hottest weather this early since 2006. READ MORE: Firefighters Warn Of Increased Fire Danger In Denver Are During Incoming Heat Wave Although the entire week will be very warm, the two hottest days should be Tuesday and Wednesday with record high temperatures likely reaching at least 100 degrees both days. It’s part of a heat wave that started Saturday after some brief cooler weather last Friday. (source: CBS) Denver’s current record high temperature for Tuesday is only 97 degrees from June 15, 1993. That record is very likely to be broken along with the record for Wednesday, which is 96 degrees from June 16, 2020. The hottest weather in the state will be in the...