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    HAMPTON TOWNSHIP, N.J. (AP) — A man who traveled to space with William Shatner last month was killed along with another person when a small plane crashed in northern New Jersey, according to state police. Glen M. de Vries, 49, of New York City, and Thomas P. Fischer, 54, of Hopatcong, were aboard the single-engine Cessna 172 that went down Thursday in a wooded area of Hampton Township. We are devastated to hear of the sudden passing of Glen de Vries. He brought so much life and energy to the entire Blue Origin team and to his fellow crewmates. His passion for aviation, his charitable work, and his dedication to his craft will long be revered and admired. pic.twitter.com/1hwnjntTVs — Blue Origin (@blueorigin) November 12, 2021 READ MORE: Amber Alert Issued For Missing 5-Year-Old Ohio Girl Ana BurkeThe aircraft had departed from Essex County Airport in Caldwell and was headed to Sussex Airport when the Federal Aviation Administration alerted public safety agencies to look for the missing plane around 3 p.m. Emergency crews found the wreckage around 4 p.m.,...
    A 96-year-old former Nazi concentration camp secretary who went on the run to avoid trial has finally appeared in court strapped to an ambulance chair. Irmgard Furchner, who has been dubbed the 'secretary of evil', was wheeled in by guards with a shawl, face mask and large sunglasses covering her face.  She is standing trial for complicity in the murder of more than 10,000 people at Stutthof camp in Nazi-occupied Poland between 1943 and 1945.  She was just 18 when she started work at the camp on the Baltic coast, and is the first woman to stand trial in decades over crimes connected to the Third Reich.   An arrest warrant was issued after Furchner fled her retirement home on September 30 and headed to a metro station as her trial was set to begin in the northern town of Itzehoe.  The pensioner managed to evade police for several hours before being apprehended in the nearby city of Hamburg and temporarily held in custody by authorities. Furchner was released five days later 'under the condition of precautionary measures', said court spokeswoman...
    (CNN)Three staff members at a residential facility in Michigan have been charged with involuntary manslaughter after a 16-year-old was restrained, went into cardiac arrest and later died.Two of them laid across Cornelius Frederick's torso during restraint, causing his death, prosecutors said.The teen was staying at Lakeside Academy, a residential treatment facility in Kalamazoo intended for young adults ages 12 to 18 placed through the foster care system or by their parents to receive behavioral health services.Kalamazoo County Prosecutor Jeff Getting said on Wednesday evening that investigators will look at other staff members and more charges are possible."We needed to make sure that we assessed the case and responsibility and took action as soon as possible against those we felt were most responsible," Getting told reporters. "We felt it was necessary to prioritize this case in a way that is seldom done."Read MoreFrederick died on May 1, two days after being restrained by staff members, according to a $100 million lawsuit filed Monday by the family.On April 29, Frederick allegedly threw part of a sandwich at another resident and Lakeside staff...
    Duncan Robinson. Michael Reaves/Getty Images Duncan Robinson signed a $90 million contract with the Heat, the most ever for an undrafted player. Robinson played DIII basketball before transferring to Michigan, then going undrafted in 2018. Robinson caught on with the Heat as one of the NBA's best three-point shooters. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Duncan Robinson was rewarded for one of the most unlikely journeys in the NBA. Robinson signed a five-year, $90 million contract in the opening hours of free agency to remain with the Miami Heat. According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, it's the largest contract ever for an undrafted player. Robinson's journey to this point is one of the most unique in the NBA. He began his college career at Williams College, a Division III school in Massachusetts. According to Yahoo's Jeff Eisenberg, Robinson didn't have any Division I offers after high school. However, after averaging 17 points and 6 rebounds per game as a freshman, Division I schools began to call Robinson's old prep school coach and admit they regretted not recruiting Robinson,...
    TEEN Mom 2 star Jade Cline’s plastic surgeon is under investigation after "ignoring" a patient who “bled” and “went into shock” following a lipo procedure.  On this week’s Teen Mom 2, Jade, 24, underwent a Brazilian butt lift, 360 liposuction, including on her neck, and had fat transferred to her breasts. 15Jade Cline's plastic surgeon has been hit with a dispensary actionCredit: MTV 15Dr. Oliver Chang is a plastic surgeon at Spectrum Aesthetics in FloridaCredit: MTV ????  Follow all our latest news & stories on Teen Mom. Dr. Oliver Chang of Spectrum Aesthetics in Florida performed the procedure, as he was filmed answering her questions before the surgery.  The Sun can exclusively reveal the Department of Health filed a dispensary action against Dr. Chang in 2019.  According to the complaint obtained by The Sun, Dr. Chang performed “suction assisted lipectomy,” which is the removal of fat, of the “abdomen, flanks, lower back and chin.” There were “no complications” during the procedure and the patient was discharged on the same day.  15Dr. Chang performed lipo on a patient who 'bled' and...
    A baby born at only 23 weeks and weighing less than a bag of sugar has survived - despite doctors' advising his mother to terminate the pregnancy when she went into early labor. Mother-of-four Dulce Munoz, 32, from Riverside, California, went into premature labor with her baby Jayden - the result of her weakened cervix, which was caused by her three earlier pregnancies. After two normal pregnancies Dulce suffered two miscarriages and when she conceived her third child, the mom had to undergo a cerclage procedure, which is when a ring is fitted in the opening of a malfunctioning cervix to try and support it.  The procedure, which took place when she was 16-weeks pregnant, enabled her to carry her third son to full term.   However it failed to prevent Dulce from going into premature labor with her fourth child Jayden who was born at 23 weeks, weighing only 1lb 6oz. Fighter: A mother who went into labor with her third child at just 23 weeks says she was told by her doctor to terminate the pregnancy because the...
    Many years ago I lived in Los Angeles with a film director in Sunset Strip's go-to hotel, the Sunset Marquis. Our evenings were spent at parties in the Hollywood Hills with a quantum of decorative would-be film stars, each hoping to catch the eye of the director who would make them a household name — just as Meghan Markle is today. Meghan didn't make it to the top of the marquee or gain any award nominations for her acting, but she did well enough. Her run in the TV series Suits lasted seven years and after she quit for marriage to Prince Harry (some of her co-stars also left), the show faltered along for a season or so, then ended. All hell broke loose, culminating in Megxit and then the Oprah Winfrey encounter with its bombshell revelations, allegations and accusations In America, to criticise Meghan — or even to appear to — after that interview may cost you your job, as Sharon Osbourne found If, in character terms, Meghan began slightly to confuse her real self with...
    A 91-year-old amputee from Ohio went into shock, collapsed, and nearly died after accidentally receiving the second dose of the COVID-19 Moderna vaccine twice just four hours apart from each other. Victor Smith of the Cincinnati suburb of Hamilton received the first dose of the Moderna vaccine at Fort Hamilton Hospital in January, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer. He went to get the second dose of the vaccine at the Butler County Fairgrounds on February 25th, his daughter, Dawn Smith-Theodore wrote on Facebook. At the fairgrounds, Smith was given a vaccination card that had his first name written there but an incorrect surname, according to his daughter. ‘As it turns out, it was a Victor, but it was a different last name,’ Smith-Theodore said. After receiving the second dose, he was sent to Jamestowne Rehab facility in Hamilton, which is run by Community First Solutions. Victor Smith, 91, of the Cincinnati suburb of Hamilton, Ohio was accidentally given two doses of the second shot of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine on February 25th. Smith received the first dose of...
    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has plunged Auckland into a week-long lockdown  after a new mystery case of Covid-19 was discovered.    New Zealand's largest city will enter a Level Three lockdown from Sunday at 6am - meaning the city's 1.7million residents must stay at home except for essential shopping and work. Schools and non-essential shops will close, and entry in and out of the city will be restricted. The remainder of the country will be under level two restrictions which include limits on the size of public gatherings.  Auckland's new restrictions are in response to a new locally-transmitted case Ms Ardern said could not be directly connected to other positive tests over the last two weeks, although a school in South Auckland was a common link.  The infected man, 20, went to the GP for a Covid test on Friday afternoon but then went to the gym - which Ms Ardern said was 'frustrating'. Prime Minister of New Zealand Jacinda Ardern (pictured) has announced Auckland will go into lockdown for one week, after just one new local case of Covid-19 'People who should...
    PARLER'S website is back online with its boss sending a pointed message to "lovers and haters". CEO John Matze has emerged from hiding after receiving death threats following the deadly US Capitol riot, asking: "Hello world, is this thing on?" 11Parler CEO John Matze has been targeted with death threatsCredit: Fox 11John Matze says 'hello world, is thing on?'Credit: Parler After conducting a domain search, CNN says that after being kicked off Amazon, Apple and Google, Parler has found a new online hosting platform, Epik. "Epik is a hosting platform that supports Gab, 8chan and other services often used by members of the far-right," adds the broadcaster. On Parler.com, John Matze announces: "Hello world, is this thing on? "Now seems like the right time to remind you all — both lovers and haters — why we started this platform. "We believe privacy is paramount and free speech essential, especially on social media. "Our aim has always been to provide a nonpartisan public square where individuals can enjoy and exercise their rights to both. "We will resolve any challenge...
    FREDERICK, MD. (WJZ) — A Frederick man is in custody and now faces federal charges after participating in the riot at the U.S. Capitol last week. Nicholas Rodean was fired from his job after being photographed inside the Capitol while wearing his work badge. The company, Navistar Direct Marketing, said in a statement that while they supported free speech, any employee demonstrating “dangerous conduct that endangers the health and safety of others” would no longer be able to work there. RELATED STORIES: Reward Offered As FBI, DC Police Seek Public’s Help To Identify Pro-Trump Rioters Who Rushed U.S. Capitol PHOTOS: Police Release Photos Of People Sought In US Capitol Riots Officials said Rodean was arrested Wednesday morning. He’s scheduled for a virtual appearance in court at some point Wednesday.
    Videos from the Capitol siege appear to show a Texan Trump supporter who gained notoriety for travelling to the rally in a private jet inside the building -  despite her previous denials.   Jenna Ryan, from Frisco, hosted live streams from the rally which showed her stepping inside the federal building with a mob of protesters shouting 'here we are, in the name of Jesus'. Another shows her in among a large group of supporters as they entered the building which was stormed on Wednesday.  Previously, Ryan had denied entering the Capitol to her local news channel but admitted that maybe her 'feet had crossed the threshold'. During the chaos, she also shared photos on social media of her posing at the rally, which she claimed was attended by 'working class people' and described as 'one of the best days of my life'.  Jenna Ryan, from Frisco, Texas, denied being inside the Capitol during the riots last Wednesday but videos have since emerged of her in the entrance The Texas woman filmed herself entering the building on a live stream and...
    Boots Health officials in Douglas County, Oregon, said last week that one person who went to work sick with COVID-19 caused two outbreaks of the virus. Officials said that at least seven people died from COVID-19 as a result of the person going to work, and at least 300 people were forced to quarantine.  Officials referred to the person's decision to go to work as a "superspreader action." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A person living in southern Oregon knowingly went to work while sick, and likely caused seven people to die from COVID-19 and forced more than 300 people into quarantine, health officials said. Douglas County officials said last week that the person had "unwittingly and unconsciously" chose to go to work while sick, and later tested positive for COVID-19. It's unclear exactly when the the person went to work or where they are employed, but Douglas County officials said in a December 17 statement that the action led to two major COVID-19 outbreaks. "One of those outbreaks has resulted in seven deaths, and the...
    A law school graduate who went into labor in the middle of her bar exam — and completed the test from the hospital after giving birth — has revealed that she passed and is officially a lawyer.   Brianna Hill was sitting for the first day of the bar exam in October when her water broke, but she managed to finish the day's test taking before heading to the hospital to have her baby. The Loyola University Chicago School of Law graduate went on to finish the test in a private room in the hospital the next day, and even with such wildly unique circumstances, she did quite well: She announced on Tuesday this week that she passed. Impressive! Brianna Hill made headlines in October when she gave birth halfway through the two-day bar exam Ta-da! She has now revealed that she passed the test (pictured with her son Cassius Phillip) Tough mother! She revealed details of the experience, including that she was anemic from hemorrhaging during day two 'I PASSED,' Brianna wrote in a Facebook post.  'FEMALES ARE STRONG AS HELL,' she...
    FOOTBALLERS are always encouraged to think about what career path they will take when they hang up their boots. Some choose to go into coaching, others invest in property. Some decide to knock lumps out of one another. 10Marcin Wasilewski is set to begin a career in cage fightingCredit: Getty Images - Getty Former Leicester defender Marcin Wasilewski has become the latest ex-pro to swap shin pads for mouth guards. The Pole, 40, retired from football last month and is set to enter the world of cage fighting. A bout with ex-Bolton and Hearts defender Blazej Augustyn is even being lined up. Here, SunSport details the fighting careers of five other footballers who have turned to the ring. Rio Ferdinand England legend Ferdinand's football career brought several glittering moments but his boxing days were before they really started. Sponsored by a betting company to step into the ring in September 2017, the former defender was jarringly denied a licence. The British Boxing Board of Control deemed it 'not beneficial' to allow Ferdinand his second career. And the Manchester United hero...
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    Internet sleuths are helping police try to determine the identity of a hiker discovered dead inside a tent at a remote Florida campground.  The man, who is believed to have been aged between 35 and 50, was found by fellow hikers at Big Cypress National Preserve on July 23 2018, after they noticed a foul odor emanating from his yellow tent.  The discovery of the dead body sparked an in-depth police investigation, but detectives were unable to uncover who the man was or explain how he died.  While a medical examiner determined that the man weighed just 83 pounds at the time of his death, he was found less than five miles from a busy highway, casting doubt on theories that he starved.  Examiners determined that he had no underlying health conditions, and police ruled out any foul play after $3,500 in cash was found inside his tent.  Additionally, there were no reports of missing persons who matched the man's description, and his DNA and fingerprints did not yield any results in database searches, leaving investigators stumped.  But more than two...
    The sister of a California woman who claims she went missing in Zion National Park for 12 days with ‘no food and a tiny amount of water’ has revealed the mother-of-one had a ‘breakdown’ and has since checked herself into a clinic to be treated for mental illness. Holly Courtier, 38, was suddenly found in the park on October 18 disheveled, pounds lighter, with a concussion, kidney failure, foot injuries and suffering from severe dehydration, according to her family. What Courtier had intended to be a solo spiritual pilgrimage in the Utah wilderness quickly turned into a fight for her life, her sister Jaime Courtier Strong said.  Just under two weeks earlier, Courtier had left her Los Angeles home in the middle of the night and departed for Utah in her car. Strong said Courtier intended to go completely off grid. The 38-year-old left behind her cell phone and did not tell any of her family members of where she was heading. ‘She definitely was having a mental breakdown,’ Strong told The Spectrum. ‘She told us later she was seeking...
    Some students went back to school in Massachusetts this month. David L. Ryan/The Boston Globe via Getty Images A high school student in Attleboro, Massachusetts, tested positive for COVID-19. The next day, he went to school for the first day of classes.  Thirty people who came into contact with the teen are now quarantined at home.  The city's mayor called the student's parents reckless for sending their son to school, knowing he was carrying the virus. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A high school student in Massachusetts went to the first day of classes on Monday, a day after he tested positive for COVID-19, according to the news website MassLive.  After Attleboro High School learned of the situation, it identified 30 people who came into contact with the teen. They're now quarantined at home for 14 days, MassLive reported. "Monday afternoon, after school, some rumors started to circulate, someone contacted the local board of health, the local board of health started looking into it, realized that that student had tested positive and then informed us (Tuesday)...
    A U.S. Navy veteran has claimed he had no idea he was living with HIV for more than two decades, because government health care workers never informed him of his positive test result in the mid-1990s. In a federal lawsuit filed this week, the South Carolina man says he ended up with 'full-blown AIDS' because he never received treatment after being kept in the dark. 'The treatment he's getting now is effective, but he's had essentially 25 years of wear and tear for having no treatment,' said his lawyer, Chad McGowan.  Conditions related to his unknown HIV status included an infection of his brain tissue, McGowan said. 'He feels extremely guilty about the girlfriends he's had over the last 25 years because he didn't know,' he said. A U.S. Navy veteran has filed a lawsuit against the Department of Veteran Affairs claiming health officials neglected to tell him he was HIV positive in 1995  The HIV test was done in November 1995 as part of standard lab testing at a U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs medical center in Columbia,...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Divers resumed their search for a man who disappeared Sunday after going into Lake Michigan at Calumet Harbor.According to Chicago police, around 10:00 p.m. the man was on a boat in the harbor in the 9800-block of S Avenue G when he was in a verbal altercation with another individual on the boat and threatened to jump in the water.The 52-year-old man then jumped and disappeared into the water while the boat returned to a harbor in Indiana to report the incident to police, CPD said.The CPD Marine unit did conduct a search Sunday night in the general area where the victim went in but have now suspended the search until day break. Monday morning, divers went into the water to resume their search.The National Weather Service issued a warning Sunday for the possibility of strong winds as well as high waves and rip currents at the lakeshore until 7:00 p.m. Tuesday.Waves were predicted to get up to 6 feet high through the early afternoon until subsiding to between 2 to 4 feet by mid-evening, the NWS...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- The Chicago Police Marine Unit will resume the search for a man who disappeared Sunday after going into Lake Michigan at Calumet Park Beach.According to Chicago police, around 10:00 p.m. the man was on a boat in the harbor in the 9800-block of S Avenue G when he was in a verbal altercation with another individual on the boat and threatened to jump in the water.The 52-year-old man then jumped and disappeared into the water while the boat returned to a harbor in Indiana to report the incident to police, CPD said.The CPD Marine unit did conduct a search Sunday night in the general area where the victim went in but have now suspended the search until day break.The National Weather Service issued a warning Sunday for the possibility of strong winds as well as high waves and rip currents at the lakeshore until 7:00 p.m. Tuesday.Waves were predicted to get up to 6 feet high through the early afternoon until subsiding to between 2 to 4 feet by mid-evening, the NWS said."Remain out of the water...
    MARTINEZ — Contra Costa County agreed to pay $60,000 to a diabetic man who went into a coma and nearly died, just two weeks into his stay at the county jail, court records show. Nicholas Jacobson, 30, filed the lawsuit two years ago, alleging that county staff at the jail failed to notice obvious warning signs that his condition was deteriorating, including insulin levels that were well past the threshold to hospitalize someone with diabetes. He fell into a coma for four days and his mother was told he would die, the suit says. The settlement agreement, acquired by this newspaper through a public records request, does not require the county to admit wrongdoing. Jacobson’s attorney, Glenn Katon, said his client still has trouble walking and disfigurement from the scars and the surgery, which happened more than three years ago. Jacobson was not hospitalized until he began “vomiting up black matter,” Katon said. “They waited until he was on death’s door,” he said. “It’s really just indefensible.” A spokesman for the Contra Costa Sheriff’s office, which runs the county jail...
    The LA Clippers are gradually cementing their place as the team to beat in the west. Upon signing Kawhi Leonard and Paul George in the same year, they have become a mighty force to reckon with. The Clippers stand second in the western conference with eight regular-season games remaining.  Another player who has been a powerful presence in the team is defensive stalwart, Patrick Beverly. The 32-year-old has evolved to become one of the best defensive players in the league.  Beverly has no trouble guarding any player he’s assigned. He’s had intense matchups with several stars, including LeBron James, Kevin Durant, and many of the league’s dominant players. But who is the one player who gave Beverly a handful while playing against him? Who made Beverly go the extra mile and put in more work to develop his game? LA Clippers star Patrick Beverly names the player who troubles him the most In a recent appearance on ‘The JJ Redick Podcast,’ Beverly opened up about his toughest opponent and revealed it to be Trail Blazers star, Damian Lillard. “I say...
    Cornelius Fredericks was keeping at Lakeside Academy, a household treatment method facility in Kalamazoo intended for younger grown ups ages 12 to 18 placed by means of the foster care system or by their dad and mom to acquire behavioral wellbeing providers. Kalamazoo County Prosecutor Jeff Getting announced the prices Wednesday for the duration of a information meeting. Two of the 3 team customers charged experienced restrained Fredericks throughout his torso, triggering his demise, Having stated. CNN has reached out to lawyers for the defendants for comment and much more details about the case. What the lawsuit claims transpired On April 29, Fredericks allegedly threw part of a sandwich at another resident and Lakeside personnel employed an “inappropriate restraint” on him, which resulted in him likely into cardiac arrest, according to the lawsuit. Two times later on on May well 1, Fredericks died, the lawsuit states. Tenia Goshay, who is representing Fredericks’s estate, is requesting $100 million in damages, lawyer Jonathan Marko instructed CNN. Following Fredericks’s loss of life, Michigan Department of Well being and Human Products and services...
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