Israel Gutierrez

Glen Burnie, MDPosted by
Report Annapolis

Glen Burnie Man Faces Serious Charges After Officers Find Drugs, Loaded Guns During Search

A man from Glen Burnie is facing serious charges after drugs, cash and multiple loaded weapons were allegedly found by police following a narcotics investigation. On June 10, 2021, Anne Arundel County officers conducted a traffic stop in the area of 100 Archwood Avenue in Glen Burnie on a 2019 Honda Accord. Located on the driver was 42 bags of suspected crack cocaine (18.93 grams). The driver was advised that due to an ongoing investigation, a search warrant would be executed on his residence.
Idaho StatePosted by
Matt Lillywhite

3 Famous People Who Grew Up In Idaho

It's no secret that Idaho is an incredible place to live. Surrounded by incredible wildlife and nature, many people choose to live in the gem state of Idaho. So as you might expect, many famous people have lived in Boise, Idaho Falls, and many other towns at one point or another during their lives.
California StatePosted by
Thomas Smith

California Launches One of America’s First Digital Vaccine Passports

This morning, California became the first state in the USA to launch a digital vaccine passport. The passport system is intended for Californians to use in order to prove that they’ve been vaccinated against Covid-19. Users can access the system at Officially, the system is called a vaccine verification system, and the governor has shied away from the term "passport", but the system's features and suggested uses make it very passport-like.
Public SafetyPosted by
The Independent

Shocking video shows gunman shooting at man in street with children between them

New York City police have released shocking footage of a masked gunman shooting a man at close range as two small children scurry in and out of the line of fire.The New York Police Department says two men were involved in the crime, which took place on Thursday evening on Sheridan Avenue in the Bronx.“Yes, those are children with the victim, who were very fortunately not injured,” the NYPD said in a tweet of the surveillance footage.In the video, the masked assailant can be seen running up to the 24-year-old man on the sidewalk and shooting at him about...
Boise, IDPosted by
Matt Lillywhite

Should Boise Defund The Police?

It's no secret that many people in Idaho want to defund the police. After all, protests have frequently occurred over the past few months, with many people calling for the police department's budget to be reduced.
CelebritiesNew York Post

Joanne Linville, of ‘Star Trek’ and ‘Twilight Zone’ fame, dead at 93

Joanne Linville, a prolific actress best known for playing a Romulan commander in an episode of “Star Trek,” died Sunday. She was 93. Her passing was confirmed by Variety. Linville, a California native, appeared in dozens of popular television shows in her decades-long career, including “The Twilight Zone,” “Columbo,” “Kojak,” “Dynasty,” “Charlie’s Angels,” “L.A. Law,” “Gunsmoke,” “The Streets of San Francisco,” “Hawaii Five-0,” “Route 66,” “Barnaby Jones” and “Alfred Hitchcock Presents.” She also worked in films including the 1976 version of “A Star Is Born,” starring Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson, and the 1973 spy movie “Scorpio” with Burt Lancaster.
Chicago, ILNew York Post

Couple ambushed, shot outside their car in middle of Chicago street

A young father was shot dead and his girlfriend critically wounded after being yanked from their car on a crowded Chicago street over the weekend. Hours after celebrating at the city’s Puerto Rican Day Parade on Saturday, Gyovanny Arzuaga and Yasmin Perez were driving through the Humboldt Park neighborhood when a group of men attacked their car, according to local outlets, including Fox 32.
AnimalsPosted by
Taste Of Home

How to Keep Flies Away from Your Porch and Patio

Summer is officially here, which means warm weather, picnic spreads and weekends spent at the grill. However, it also means an increase in some of our not-so-favorite pests, particularly the ones that like to buzz around our snacks. It’s annoying to have to swat away bugs, especially when you’re eating—and...
Congress & CourtsPosted by
Fox News

Top Democrats flip-flop on 'racist' voter ID laws

As Democrats try to push the For the People Act through the Senate, some of the party's top figures are changing their tune on voter ID rules they previously called "racist." In an effort to garner bipartisan support for the act, Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., has proposed a set of compromises. One would expand voter ID laws, long a legislative objective for the GOP. The line from the Manchin memo: "Require voter ID with allowable alternatives (utility bill, etc.) to prove identity to vote".
Public HealthPosted by
Fox News

Brain scans of coronavirus patients suggest ‘significant’ grey matter loss over time: study

An analysis of brain scans from people once infected with COVID-19 suggested a consistent pattern in loss of grey matter over time, researchers say. Researchers affiliated with the University of Oxford posted findings ahead of peer review this week to medRxiv, drawing on data from the U.K. Biobank. They compared brain scans taken pre-pandemic to scans taken about three years later among 394 coronavirus patients and 388 matched controls. A further analysis included 15 hospitalized patients compared with 379 people who hadn’t been hospitalized.