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Travel-starved 'passengers' dine on parked Singapore Airlines jet(MENAFN - AFP) Hundreds of travel-starved diners ate lunch and watched seat-back films aboard two parked Singapore Airlines jets turned into pop-up restaurants on Saturday. With the aviation industry in deep crisis due to the coronavirus pandemic, airlines have turned to alternative ways to raise cash, from offering "flights to nowhere" to tours of aircraft.
Seven people shot dead at illegal California marijuana operationLOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Investigators are searching for multiple suspects in the fatal shooting of seven people at a large, illegal marijuana cultivation and processing site in Southern California’s rural foothills, the Riverside County sheriff said on Tuesday. The crime scene in the community of Aguanga, abaout 100 miles (160...
How a rising California baseball star’s life tumbled into a death penalty trialWhen Santiago High baseball player Brandon Willie Martin signed a contract in 2011 to play for the Tampa Bay Rays, he did so with an eye toward his future: The $1 million signing bonus, received after Martin was the 38th overall pick in the draft, included $144,000 for college. But...
PVT Chat Fantasia Fest 2020 Gives You Relationship Advice In PrivateBen Hozie is the writer and director behind PVT Chat. A story very much in contemporary stride with today’s climate. If you’re not up to speed with the terminology behind PVT, it simply means private. Hozie’s story is about what many of us humans are lacking in 2020. Isolation, loneliness, and feeling cut off from one another can lead to many different schools of thought on how to fill that gap.3
Candace Owens Will Sue Facebook over ‘Blatant Censorship’BLEXIT founder Candace Owens will sue Facebook over its “blatant censorship” after the social media platform demonetized her page following her comments about senator Kamala Harris (D-CA) swearing into congress in 2017 as an “Indian-American.”. Candace Owens said that Facebook has suppressed her page after she commented her thoughts on...
Traps Set For Dirt Bikes Has Plymouth Area Riders On EdgePLYMOUTH (CBS) – For as long as there have been motorcycles, people have ridden dirt bikes in the Plymouth woods. But on Thursday, on one of the trails under power lines, a rider discovered steel spikes in the middle of the trail, anchored to a piece of wood that had been buried.
Man who molested, strangled South Bay boys in 1993 died on death rowSAN DIEGO — A man who was awaiting execution for the murder of two South Bay boys in 1993 died of COVID-19 complications on San Quentin’s death row, according to the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.
DNA solves Orange County’s oldest cold case, identifying Jane Doe and suspected killerFifty-two years after the body of a woman was found near a Huntington Beach farm field, Jane Doe and the man who authorities say beat and raped her and slashed her throat have been identified. The cold case from 1968 was Orange County’s oldest unsolved homicide. Three boys found the...
The Dragon Prince Wins Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Children's Animated SeriesIt's been a great week for fans of Netflix's The Dragon Prince as now the fan favorite series has won the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Children's Animated Series. This comes just a couple of days after the series was confirmed to be renewed by Netflix for four more seasons, so now it's riding a higher wave than ever! The Dragon Prince was one of Netflix's many nominations for the 47th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards overall, and its two nominations make up Netflix's 40 nominations in the awards show overall. Now the Daytime Emmys has officially begun to reveal its winners for 2020, and The Dragon Prince made sure to take the top prize!
'Please for the love of God do not vote for my dad': Republican's daughter voices oppositionIt’s not the usual rallying cry one might expect from a political candidate’s child as their father runs for office, but the daughter of a Republican candidate has urged people in Michigan to “please for the love of god” not vote for her father.
Officer accused of pushing teen during protest has 71 use of force cases on fileFORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – A Fort Lauderdale police officer who is accused of pushing a 19-year-old woman during a protest over the weekend has 71 use of force cases on his personnel file, Local 10 News learned on Wednesday.
Wildwood woman arrested after allegedly stomping on another woman’s footA Wildwood woman was arrested after allegedly stomping on another woman’s foot during an argument. Courtney Jean Arnstein, 20, left in an attempt to “cool off” after the altercation which occurred Tuesday afternoon, according to an arrest report from the Sumter County Sheriff’s Office.
Fed shipment of Q-tip-style coronavirus swabs puzzles Washington state officials, latest wrinkle in supply woesEarlier this week, workers at a state health department warehouse in Tumwater, Thurston County, expected to receive a large shipment of 68,000 nasal swabs to help expand coronavirus testing in Washington. Instead, they received a surprise substitution: Dozens of boxes marked “Comforts For Baby Cotton Swabs” packed with what appeared to be thousands of Q-tips.