Ricardo Vilar

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Man Dies After Fireworks Incident

A Hopkinsville man died at the hospital after an incident involving fireworks on Nelson Drive in Hopkinsville Wednesday night. Hopkinsville Police say 31-year-old David Williams suffered severe head injuries after a mortar-style firework he was holding hit him in the head. Williams was taken to Jennie Stuart Medical Center by...
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Lori Lightfoot Faces a Crisis of Credibility in Chicago

Lori Lightfoot's improbable and historic landslide victory to become Chicago's first Black female mayor came after running an effective campaign that centered around the issues of police accountability and reform. Local activists have criticized Lightfoot for failing to bring meaningful change to the city's embattled police department—which has a long...
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South Carolina Man Shot & Killed by Police

At least one deputy shot and killed a man in South Carolina on Wednesday as officers tried to arrest him on serious charges, the sheriff said. The Greenville South Carolina County Coroner's Office identified the victim as Earl Hunter, 40, of Laurens.
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The best ice cream in NWA, according to readers

We asked about your favorite ice cream and the results came in. The intrigue: We've got to say, we were a little surprised that Shake's of Fayetteville didn't get a mention. And no Maggie Moo's? Or Cold Stone Creamery?. But it's great that we learned about a few we've not...
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General Hospital Spoilers: What Happened To Tyler Christopher?

Daytime television actor Tyler Christopher was once one of the biggest actors in the industry. Many fans knew him thanks to his roles as Stefan DiMera on Days of Our Lives and of course, Nikolas Cassadine on General Hospital. But Tyler has certainly seen as many low points in his life as he has high points. After one thing led to another, Tyler was forced to step down from his role as Stefan DiMera on DOOL and since then, things just haven’t been the same for him.
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Keeping homes and cities cool in extreme heat: Tips from Tucson

It's not just you—it really has been absurdly hot in Tucson lately. The 115-degree high on June 15 was the fourth hottest in the city's recorded history, according to the National Weather Service. The days leading up to and immediately following that had similar highs, with eight consecutive days topping out at or above 110 degrees.