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South Africa: Wildlife trophy hunter shot ‘in cold blood’ next to car

A wildlife trophy hunter who killed elephants and lions and uploaded photos of himself next to their carcasses has been shot dead in South Africa. Riaan Naude, 55, was gunned down “at close range” when a car pulled up next to his truck in Marken Road, Limpopo – an area which includes part of the Kruger National Park wildlife reserve.Lieutenant Colonel Mamphaswa Seabi, a spokesperson for South Africa’s national police force, said: “The man was lying with his face up and there was blood on his head and face.”A pair of hunting rifles, clothes, water, whiskey and pyjamas were...
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Denver police seize 10,000+ pounds of illegal fireworks

Police in Denver seized an estimated 10,000+ pounds of fireworks over the weekend. The fireworks were being sold out of a residence in northwest Denver on Friday night. Police said the investigation is underway and didn't release any arrest information.All fireworks are illegal in the City and County of Denver. That includes possession of fireworks in addition to igniting the fireworks. RELATED: Fireworks are illegal in Denver, here's how to report them
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Six victims dead and 24 hospitalised in mass shooting at July 4 parade in Illinois with gunman still at large

Six people have been killed and another 24 hospitalised in a mass shooting at a July 4 parade in Illinois with a manhunt now under way for the gunman who allegedly opened fire from a roof above the festivities.Gunfire erupted at the Highland Park Fourth of July parade in downtown Highland Park around 10 minutes after the Independence Day celebrations kicked off at 10am on Monday morning.Highland Park Police Commander Chris O’Neill told a news conference just before 2pm that the suspect was a white male 18-20 years old, with long black hair, small build, and wearing a white or...

College Football World Reacts To The Urban Meyer Prediction

Urban Meyer hasn't coached at the college football level for a couple of years now. Will the three-time national title-winning head coach ever return?. ESPN college football analyst Paul Finebaum believes the former Ohio State and Florida coach will return. “Bobby Petrino got back in, others have made it back...

The Boston Celtics Have Made A Huge Addition To The Roster

Chinellato: " Danilo Gallinari is headed to Boston on a 2yr, $13M. Year 2 is a player option, per sources" Gallinari has spent the last two seasons with the Atlanta Hawks, and he averaged 11.7 points on 38.7% shooting from the three-point range last season. He is a huge pickup...

White supremacist group in Boston was "act of intimidation," ADL Director says

BOSTON -- Boston Mayor Michelle Wu took a moment Monday morning to comment on a white supremacist group seen in Boston over the weekend."I want to note that just a few days ago we were interrupted in our celebrations by a hateful group that descended on Boston -- a white nationalist, a white supremacist group from outside our city who choose to try and co-opt this birthplace of democracy," she said before the Fourth of July parade began. "We wholeheartedly and overwhelmingly reject your message of hate, your discretion of the American flag that you carry -- it is this display...

Calif. Woman Pardoned 27 Years After Killing the Man Who Trafficked Her as a Teen

California Governor Gavin Newsom has pardoned Sara Kruzan, who was convicted as a teen of murder for killing a man who sexually abused and trafficked her. Kruzan was 16 in 1994 when she killed George Gilbert Howard in a motel room in Riverside, California. The following year, she was convicted of murder and sentenced to life in prison. During her trial, she said that Howard had sexually abused her and trafficked her for sex from the time that she was just 13 years old.

NFL World Reacts To Julio Jones, Packers Speculation

The Green Bay Packers are currently the odds-on favorites to sign free agent receiver Julio Jones. Vegas lists the Packers' odds at +325 to sign Jones. The three teams that are below them are the Indianapolis Colts, Dallas Cowboys, and Cleveland Browns. The Packers have been rumored to be a...

Inderkum High Coach Killed, 4 Hurt In Shooting Outside Sacramento Nightclub

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A shooting near a Downtown Sacramento nightclub left one person dead and several others hurt early Monday morning. The incident happened in the area of 15th and L streets. Sacramento police have confirmed that one person has died and four people were hurt in the shooting. No information about the extent of the injuries has been released. Please help if you have any information about last night’s shooting by using the QR code to upload evidence to @SacPolice. — @mayor_Steinberg (@Mayor_Steinberg) July 4, 2022 Family has identified the man killed as Greg Najee Grimes, a 31-year-old man who was an...

St. Paul house fire leaves 1 dead, 2 firefighters injured

ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Officials in St. Paul said a house fire on Sunday left one person dead, two firefighters injured and four people displaced.The St. Paul Fire Department responded to a two-story home on the 1800 block of Carroll Avenue around 8:40 a.m.Three people were in the home at the time. Two made it out on their own, but the third was found dead inside, the fire department said. A cat was also found dead in the home.The fire department said the fire was accidental and started in the kitchen. More than 70 firefighters responded, and two were injured.This is the city's first fire death of the year, the department said.

At least 6 killed in shooting at Fourth of July parade in Highland Park, Illinois; gunman at large

Six people were killed when a gunman opened fire at a Fourth of July parade in Highland Park, Illinois, and around two dozen people were taken to area hospitals with injuries, police said. Some of the victims, including at least one child, were in critical condition when they were transported from the scene, Highland Park Fire Chief Joe Schrage told reporters.