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Naked man goes on rampage inside antiques store


When they arrived officers found glass and smashed windows at Antique Marketplace at 109 Main Street. When Police entered the marketplace, they found Sean Morissette, 50, of Putnam , naked. He was charged with third-degree burglary and first-degree criminal mischief. He is being held on $10,000 cash bond and will be presented in Danielson Superior Court on June 14th. Read More »

Senate Republicans, Democrats Agree on New Russia Sanctions


Those penalties were on top of existing US sanctions over Russia's actions in Ukraine, which have damaged Russia's economy but had only limited impact on Putin's behavior. Sherrod Brown (D - OH) saying that allowing Russian state media at such meetings amounted to "hiding from the American people". Senators Ben Cardin (D-Md.) and John McCain (R-Ariz.) worked on the initial legislation after State Department officials complained about pressure from Trump aides. Read More »

Jurors back for day 3 of deliberations in Castile trial


Yanez, who is Mexican-American, fired seven times at Castile during a traffic stop on July 6 in Falcon Heights, Minnesota. Yanez shot the 32-year-old cafeteria worker in a St. Yanez testified last week that Castile was pulling out his gun despite his commands and he feared for his life. Yanez then fired seven shots. During the two-week trial, prosecutors have portrayed Yanez as a nervous officer who lost control of his traffic stop. Read More »

Cops: Suspect in 3 deaths may be involved in 2 more killings

They were found after the couple's son tried and failed to reach them. Officers from the local police department and the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation were on the scene overnight and into Monday morning collecting evidence. He says authorities are trying to figure out a connection between Brinkman and the mother and daughters. OH police say a suspect in the deaths of a mother and her two adult daughters may also have been involved in a separate double homicide nearby. Read More »

UPS says employee shoots, injures 4 at San Francisco center


Police officials did not immediately say if anyone was wounded or killed but officers are urging those in the area to "shelter in place" until further notice. Another UPS spokesman, Steven Gaunt, earlier said that the shooter was an employee who worked as a driver. Following the shooting, SFPD were going through the building, making sure there aren't any other accomplices but they say the building is secure. Read More »

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Revealed, E3 2017 Trailer


They confirm that new players won't have any trouble getting in to this one, but that of course there's backstory for those who played The New Order . His goal: to rally the resistance and restore peace and freedom to his beloved nation. For those that don't know: Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is the highly anticipated sequel to the critically acclaimed first-person shooter, Wolfenstein: The New Order that released back in 2014. Read More »

Man shot by deputy after making threats with sharp object

The King County Sheriff's Office initially responded just before midnight for a report of gunshots. A deputy shot and killed a man who refused to drop his weapon, according to the King County Sheriff's Office. Police asked the suspect several times to lay on the ground. Instead, he advanced toward the deputies. Paramedics rushed the man to Harborview Medical Center where he later died. Read More »

Fed expected to raise rates today: 4 things to know


Core PCE inflation is now seen ending 2017 at just 1.7% vs. 1.9% expected three months ago, but still getting to 2% next year and 2019. Nasdaq 100 e-minis were up 9 points, or 0.16 percent, on volume of 9,023 contracts. Fed officials indicated that the "gradual" shrinking of the $4.5 trillion balance sheet will begin this year. Ms Yellen said she's not sure how far the committee will want to reduce the holdings over the long run, but she said they would be levels "appreciably below" those ... Read More »

After loss, Stewart says he may run for Senate


But the majority was happy to back the more moderate and establishment-favored Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam over a liberal insurgent who sought to portray his candidacy as the tip of the spear of the anti-Trump resistance. "I think it has bigger consequences than people imagine". Virginia Lieutenant Governor Ralph Northam decisively beat out Tom Periello, a one-term Congressman, for the Democratic nomination. Read More »

Trump tells Virginia mayor not to worry about sea-level rise


The island is now only 1.3 square miles and shrinking more every day. Nearly 67 per cent of the island has sank underwater since 1850, according to a 2015 study . CNN reported that the 3,200-foot-wide island is losing 16 feet of coastline per year to the rising Chesapeake Bay, CNN reported. An elderly couple rides a motorbike on the island. Read More »

Manhunt for escaped inmates shifts north with burglary


Rowe, 43, is meant to be serving a life-long sentence, while 24-year-old Debose is two years into his 20-year sentence. It is standard protocol to have two officers - armed but not wearing ballistic vests - transport prisoners on a bus, authorities said. Read More »

Shooting at San Francisco UPS center, police say


The shooting is not related to terrorism. Two other employees were injured in the shooting, Peterson says. "Our thoughts and prayers are with all those touched by this incident", United Parcel Service said in a statement . Many are gathered outside at the corners of 16th and Utah and 17th and Utab. "Terrifying. All hell broke loose". Mashie Kleven posted on Twitter . Read More »

Trump takes aim at Obamacare, pins hopes on Senate for solution


Senate Republicans are now working on legislation after the House passed a healthcare bill in early May. At a Rose Garden ceremony minutes after the bill's 217-213 House passage on May 4, Trump called it "a great plan". "I think he realizes, you know, our bill is going to move, probably, from where the House was and he seems fine with that", Thune said. Republicans are trying to win over more moderate voices such as Sen. Read More »

Don't mow the fescue, pleads McIlroy

Oakmont now seems like far more than a year ago. "I've just got to go out there and execute at this point". "The future was so unknown". "I go into every tournament expecting to play well and this is really no different", he said. Getting all six golfers through the cut will be hard, but necessary to take down a GPP on DraftKings. "There will be some complaining, I'm sure, but maybe not at the degree that we once had". Read More »

Southern Baptist Convention in uproar over 'alt-right'

But the move created a backlash from Southern Baptists and other Christians, especially black evangelicals, who questioned the denomination's commitment to fighting racism. Leaders have repeatedly condemned racism in formal resolutions from past meetings and built new relationships with black Baptists. The SBC's Executive Committee has launched an investigation into why churches are refusing to support the ERLC. Read More »

Catholic bishops welcome latest setback for Trump's travel ban


The memo also allows for the government to begin carrying out studies on the dependability of visa background check information from those six countries. The president tweeted early Tuesday, "well, as predicted, the 9th Circuit did it again - Ruled against the TRAVEL BAN at such a unsafe time in the history of our country. Read More »

Boy, 15, charged with 2 murder counts in Kiaya Campbell's death


He will return to court on June 30 for a bond hearing and to set a preliminary hearing date. Kiaya's uncle, Thomas Campbell Jr., declined to comment about the suspect but said he was concerned about the welfare of the girl's father, who had moved in with the suspect's family a few months ago. Read More »

Heat wave could stick around through next week


Temperatures are expected to be hottest on Saturday, although they should remain normal Wednesday, and coastal areas will experience near-normal weather throughout the weekend. Today, all sunshine this afternoon with Valley highs around 110. Forecasters advised San Diegans to drink plenty of fluids, stay in an air-conditioned areas, avoid the sun and check up on relatives and neighbors. Read More »

Palestinian National Authority to stop paying families of terrorists

Israelis and Palestinians have both disputed claims by the U.S. secretary of state that the Palestinian Authority will stop making payments to the families of Palestinians killed while attacking Israelis. The Israeli government has characterized the "martyr compensation" scheme as inhumane and an impediment to peace, but the PA says the program supports families of legitimate combatants. Read More »

GOP baseball practice shooter James T. Hodgkinson has died


A Capitol Hill aide and two police officers were also wounded in the shooting . Five wounded people were being taken to area hospitals for treatment, the police said . "The Alexandria Police along with the Capital Police secured a cease-fire, capturing the suspect", Barton said. "We couldn't get to him" because of the shots", Flake said . Read More »

President Trump says man who shot congressman is dead


Republican members of the House and Senate were at an early-morning baseball practice at a field in Alexandria, Virginia when shots were fired. Trump says in a televised statement from the White House that while the political parties may have their differences, it's worth remembering that everyone who serves in Washington is here because they love the United States. Read More »

Florida Voices React to Shooting of Congressman in Alexandria


President Donald Trump tweeted Wednesday morning "Rep. Steve Scalise of Louisiana, a true friend and patriot, was badly injured but will fully recover. Rep. Brad Wenstrup, R-Ohio, who served as a military surgeon in Iraq, attended to Scalise after the shooter was down, Brooks said on CNN . "And to the far end, I'm in the dugout now on the first base side and to my right I start hearing 'Bam, bam, bam, bam, ' and I look up, there's a guy with a pistol". Read More »