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'Crips gang member' is sentenced to 31 years in prison for 'cold-blooded' attempted murder of FBI special agent who he shot in the back during an unrelated undercover assignment

A suspected Crips gang member has been sentenced to 31 years in jail for the 'cold-blooded' attempted murder of an FBI special agent who he shot in the back during an unrelated undercover assignment. Ronell Watson, 33, was sentenced at a federal courthouse in Brooklyn on Tuesday to 382 months...
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New emails reveal a Trump White House gone mad

(CNN) — The newly-revealed series of emails sent by former President Donald Trump's senior advisers after Trump's 2020 election loss to top Justice Department officials are stark evidence of a White House gone mad. The emails themselves look like the stuff that normally gets routed to your spam folder: wild...
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Next Bitcoin Halving in Less than 3 Years: How Market is Shaping Up

With the 2024 halving still about 1198 days, the stakes seem higher, perhaps because of the volatility of the trading market in 2021. No sooner will a person start talking about the crypto world before the Bitcoin halving is mentioned. It is a major event with a significant impact on cryptocurrencies generally – and has been from the onset. The idea, factored into the design of the crypto asset by Satoshi Nakamoto, helps manage the inflation of the asset.
RestaurantsBusiness Insider

A McDonald's worker reportedly quit their job by posting an angry sign at a local drive-thru, as the 'rage-quitting' trend continues to grow

—Great Ape Dad 💪🏿🦍 💪🏾🐵 (@GreatApeDad) June 14, 2021. A McDonald's employee reportedly resigned by posting an angry note in a local drive-thru. The worker apparently hated the job so much, they closed up shop early Saturday night. The note captures the trend of employees 'rage-quitting their jobs in a...
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BoxingScene.com's Television Pick of The Week - June 19

Pick It: TBRB #1 Naoya Inoue vs. Michael Dasmarinas (Saturday, ESPN, 10:00 PM EST) Quantity Saturday is here. A day loaded with main events featuring prohibitive favorites and interesting undercards doesn’t make for a clear pick of the week. This card gets the nod as it showcases the most highly regarded battler stepping into the ring this weekend. Saul Alvarez is widely seen as the leader in the clubhouse for best fighter in the world, regardless of size. Bantamweight leader Naoya Inoue (20-0, 17 KO) isn’t far off the pace.

With the Success of the Revived Bronco, Is the Splash Next for Ford?

From 1994 through 1998, people buying the Ford Ranger had a number of options to choose between — including a trim package known as the Splash. As Rob Emslie wrote earlier this year at Jalopnik, this included a fiberglass cargo bed, “a monochromatic paint scheme, some very ’90s ‘Splash’ graphics on the fenders and doors and a slightly lower ride height.” Still, the brand name is a pretty enticing one, and it sounds like we might be hearing more of it in the near future.
Louisiana Stateeminetra.com

Louisiana feels impacts of Tropical Storm Claudette – New Orleans, Louisiana

A tropical cyclone claudette formed on Saturday morning along the Gulf Coast of the United States, causing heavy rains and floods in coastal states such as Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama. The system caused heavy rainfall on the Gulf Coast and caused widespread flooding in areas such as Slider, Hancock and Harrison counties. As of 4 am, the storm was located 45 miles southwest of New Orleans, with a maximum sustained wind speed of 45 mph. Floods already began Friday to Saturday night, with local reports of high water levels on roads and stranded vehicles. It travels north at 10mph and could land on the southeastern coastline of Louisiana within hours before traveling across the Gulf to Mississippi. The tropical storm surge warning has been discontinued from Morgan City west to Intracoastal City, Louisiana. High tide warnings have been issued from eastern Morgan City, Louisiana, to the Okaloosa / Walton County Line, Florida, Lake Pontchartrain, Maurepas, and New Orleans Metropolitan. Rainfall: A total of 4-8 inches of rainfall could result in up to 12 inches of isolation. From Friday to weekend, it continues from the Central Bay to the northeast towards southern Appalachia. This can result in floods of flashes, urban areas, streams, as well as small to isolated moderate storm surges with new storm surges that are already high. High Tide: From Intracoastal City, Louisiana to the MS / AL Border, 2-3 ft Vermilion Bay and Lake Borgne, 2-3 ft Ponchartrain and Morepas Lake, 1-2 ft t.MS / AL Border AL / FL border (including mobile bay), Cameron, Louisiana 1-3 feet, Intracoastal City, Louisiana, 1-2 feet Surge-related floods depend on the relative timing of the surge and the tidal cycle. Wind: Tropical Cyclone conditions are expected to first reach the coast within the warning area on Friday, making external preparation difficult or dangerous. Tornado: A tornado threat was predicted on Friday afternoon across the Louisiana coast. .. This threat should move north across southern Louisiana. Floods: Flash flood surveillance is effective in southeastern Louisiana and parts of Mississippi. This includes Eastern Orleans, Lower Jefferson, Lower Laforche, Lower Plachemins and Lower Cent. Bernard, Lower Terrebonne, Northern Tangipahoa, Northwest St. Tammany, Pointe Coupee, Southeast St. Tammany, Southern Tangipahoa, St. Charles, St. James, St. JohnThe Baptist, Upper Jefferson, Upper Lafourche, Upper Plaquemines, Upper St. Bernard, Upper Telebonne, Washington, West Baton Rouge, West Feliciana, Western Orleans Mississippi, Amite, Hancock, Harrison, Jackson, Pearl River, Pike, Wals Saul, Wilkinson Locally large amounts can rain 10 inches. Heavy rainfall can overwhelm drainage capacity, leading to pools of water in lowlands and poorly drained areas, and flash floods in heavy areas. Coastal flood recommendations are also implemented in some parishes. Small coastal floods are expected, with 1-2 feet of inundation expected. The parishes covered by the recommendation include the parishes of St. John the Baptist, St. Charles, Upper Jefferson, Southern Tanghi Pahoa, Northwest St. Tamany, and West Orleans. The recommendation is valid until 7 pm. Saturday impacts include floods of plots, parks and roads where only isolated road closures are expected. High tides occur in some areas at high tide, but this is primarily a coastal flood event due to wind and should cause water levels to rise rapidly. Until Saturday morning. If you need to travel, take extra time as some roads may be closed. Do not drive around the barricade or in water of unknown depth. Take the necessary steps to protect flood-prone assets.
Ludington, MIMLive.com

Will Flewelling to be remembered in Ludington fund-raising soccer tournament

Ludington High School soccer coach Kris Anderson characterized Will Flewelling as the type who was always looking out for others. Flewelling’s work with the Childhood Cancer Campaign of Ludington showed as much. He died on Memorial Day at the age of 20 following a battle with melanoma, a skin cancer that had spread to his bones and lymph nodes.
Buffalo, NYWGRZ TV

Fruit Belt neighborhood meets new developer, celebrates community

BUFFALO, N.Y. — People who live in Buffalo's Fruit Belt neighborhood had the chance to talk to a new developer on Friday, and celebrate their community. The event was held on the corner of High Street and Mulberry and had informational vendors and activities. Kanaka Partners recently won a request...
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Off The Menu: Restaurants beginning to see rebound

As restrictions have been lifted and pandemic-related states of emergency come to an end, those who follow the restaurant industry continue to see mixed news in the numbers describing the performance of the industry overall. Sales compared to 2019 were up in May 2021, continuing a positive trend that began...
Indianapolis, INWISH-TV

Heavy rain and storms Saturday

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Another round of showers and thunderstorms are on tap for Saturday. TODAY: A large swath of showers and thunderstorms will move into the state for the first part of Saturday. The main threat with these storms will be flooding rains. Many areas have already picked up 4-6 inches of rainfall from Friday night. More heavy rain will bring the possibility of flooding.