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Baton Rouge, LAwbrz.com

Teen's body found near interstate following shooting, crash overnight

BATON ROUGE - A teenage shooting victim believed to have been on his way to the hospital in a car when the vehicle wrecked and his dead body was later found by police. Baton Rouge Police said Saturday, detectives are investigating the death of Cornell McDuffey, 18, after McDuffey's body was found in a grassy area along I-10 East near Essen Lane overnight.
Washington, DCPosted by

In photos: Harris shows up at Pride parade in downtown D.C.

Vice President Kamala Harris dropped in at the Capitol Pride Walk And Rally in Washington, D.C., on Saturday. The state of play: Harris and second gentleman, Doug Emhoff, joined the crowd, who welcomed them with cheers, according to press reports. The visit had not been on the vice president's public...
Rochester, NYWHEC TV-10

1 teen killed, another injured in shooting on Genesee Street

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC) — A boy in his early teens was killed and a 14-year-old boy was injured in a double shooting on Genesee Street in Rochester. Officers responded to the area of Genesee Street and Earl Street just before 1:30 p.m. Saturday for the reports of shots fired. Capt....
Public Healthfreenews.live

Doctors warned of a change in the symptoms of COVID-19

British scientists from King’s College have warned of changes in the symptoms of COVID-19. Scientists warn that due to the mutations that have appeared, the coronavirus is now difficult to distinguish from the common cold. The National Health Service of Great Britain left in the list of the main signs...
NFLNew York Post

Le’Veon Bell rather ‘retire’ than play for Andy Reid again

Le’Veon Bell would rather hang it up than return to the Chiefs. The former Jets running back wrote in an Instagram comment that he would retire before playing for Kansas City coach Andy Reid again. Bell, a free agent, was commenting on an Instagram post about someone reportedly spending $700...
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E! News

Watch Gabrielle Union's Daughter Kaavia React Adorably After Receiving Tupac Shirt as a Gift

Watch: Inside Gabrielle Union's First Days As a New Mom. When it comes to presents for kids, Gabrielle Union and husband Dwyane Wade keep it rockin'. The Bring It On actress recently handed their 2-year-old daughter Kaavia James a special gift, a Tupac Shakur T-shirt. A video of the toddler opening the present and reacting adorably was posted on her Instagram page on Saturday, June 12, four days before the late iconic "California Love" rapper would have celebrated his 50th birthday.
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Closer Weekly

Henry Fonda and Jimmy Stewart: A Lifetime of Friendship Despite The Legendary Actors’ Many Differences

Very late one night, Henry Fonda and Jimmy Stewart had a bright idea as they were walking back to their room at New York City’s Madison Square Hotel. “We were in a play together. After the closing night party, we were not completely sober,” recalled Jimmy. “Fonda stopped and said, ‘If you started playing your accordion in the middle of Times Square at 3:30 a.m., would anybody come?’ In 5 minutes, there were 10 people. I looked, Fonda was passing the hat … We got 12 cents.”
Chilton County, ALwvtm13.com

Suspect taken into custody after pursuit on Highway 31 and Interstate 65

SHELBY COUNTY, Ala. — UPDATE: 3:27 p.m.: The Chilton County Sheriff's Office says the incident began in Thorsby about 12:00 p.m., and the vehicle pursuit went onto Highway 31 and onto Interstate 65. CCSO says Calera Police officers were able to use a spike strip when slowed the suspect and enabled officers to pin the suspect's pickup truck against a guardrail and therefore stopped the pursuit. The suspect surrendered about 2:00 p.m. No gun was found in the truck, but marijuana was discovered. CCSO says multiple charges will be filed against the suspect.
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The Spun

Nets Announce Decision On James Harden For Game 4 vs. Bucks

For the first time since he went down with a hamstring injury, the Brooklyn Nets looked like they could’ve really used James Harden on Thursday night. Brooklyn, one of the most devastating offensive teams in the NBA, was shut down in a slugfest of an 86-83 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 3.