Burglary Arrest: Nathan Liedtke Suspected Of Looting Home Damaged In Marshall Fire

LOUISVILLE, Colo. (CBS4) – Louisville police arrested a man suspected of looting a home damaged by the Marshall Fire. Nathan Liedtke is accused of breaking into a home around 3 a.m. on March 19. Nathan Liedtke (credit: Louisville Police) A police sergeant noticed suspicious activity near the entrance to a burned neighborhood and spotted a truck… Continue reading Burglary Arrest: Nathan Liedtke Suspected Of Looting Home Damaged In Marshall Fire

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NFL adjusts playoff OT rules — and league says new Dolphins WR Tyreek Hill should’ve been penalized in game that sparked change

A team will no longer get eliminated from an NFL postseason the way the Buffalo Bills did at the Kansas City Chiefs in January’s divisional round playoff game. The league passed a rule change on Tuesday at the NFL annual meeting at The Breakers that guarantees, for postseason games, both teams will receive at least… Continue reading NFL adjusts playoff OT rules — and league says new Dolphins WR Tyreek Hill should’ve been penalized in game that sparked change

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Nurse Pleads Guilty In 2018 Fatal Fall Of H.R. McMaster’s Father At Philadelphia Senior Care Facility

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A former nurse at a Philadelphia senior care facility has pleaded guilty to misdemeanor neglect of a care-dependent person and tampering with records in the 2018 death of the father of former Trump national security advisor H.R. McMaster Jr. The Pennsylvania Attorney General’s office announced Tuesday that 34-year-old Christann Gainey had pleaded… Continue reading Nurse Pleads Guilty In 2018 Fatal Fall Of H.R. McMaster’s Father At Philadelphia Senior Care Facility

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Michigan, Other States Grapple With Poll Worker & Paper Shortages

(CNN) — For the first time in its history, Alaska will conduct a statewide election primarily by mail because officials worry they lack the time to gather the people and paper needed to conduct an in-person election in June. In Michigan, Ingham County Clerk Barb Byrum says she fears increased animosity toward election officials is… Continue reading Michigan, Other States Grapple With Poll Worker & Paper Shortages

Marte, Diamondbacks finalize $76 million, five-year deal

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) — The Arizona Diamondbacks have determined to anchor their offensive future round Ketel Marte’s ample abilities. The membership introduced on Tuesday that it had finalized a $76 million, five-year contract with Marte that begins within the 2023 season and features a group choice for the 2028 that could possibly be price as… Continue reading Marte, Diamondbacks finalize $76 million, five-year deal

Governor’s New Water Saving Order Will Have Minimal Effect on San Diego

Gov. Gavin Newsom speaks at receding Lopez Lake in San Luis Obispo County in 2021. Courtesy of the governor’s office Gov. Gavin Newsom issued an executive order Monday calling for increased water conservation after the driest first quarter in California’s history, but the San Diego region will be largely spared. Newsom called on local water… Continue reading Governor’s New Water Saving Order Will Have Minimal Effect on San Diego

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Jan. 6 panel IDs 7-hour gap in Trump phone records

By Mary Clare Jalonick and Colleen Long | Associated Press WASHINGTON — The House panel investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol has identified a roughly eight-hour gap in official records of then-President Donald Trump’s phone calls as the violence unfolded and his supporters stormed the building, according to a person familiar with the… Continue reading Jan. 6 panel IDs 7-hour gap in Trump phone records

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NFL Owners Approve Rule Change For OT In Playoffs Proposed By Eagles, Colts

PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — The NFL is changing its sometimes controversial overtime rules to guarantee each side gets the ball in the playoffs. Concerned that the coin toss to begin the extra period has too much impact on postseason game results, the owners voted Tuesday to permanently approve a proposal presented by the Colts… Continue reading NFL Owners Approve Rule Change For OT In Playoffs Proposed By Eagles, Colts

Beach Contact Closure Extended to Imperial Beach Shoreline

The Tijuana river. Photo via Wikimedia Commons. County health officials Tuesday extended the existing water contact closure area at the Tijuana Slough shoreline north to include the Imperial Beach shoreline. Sewage-contaminated runoff in the Tijuana River has been entering the Tijuana Estuary and sample results indicate contamination of ocean water now extends from the international… Continue reading Beach Contact Closure Extended to Imperial Beach Shoreline

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Father, Son Accused Of Burglarizing Condemned Garfield Church

By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A father and son were arrested for allegedly stealing from a condemned church in Pittsburgh’s Garfield neighborhood. According to court paperwork, officers found David and Justin Kearns inside St. Lawrence Church on Penn Avenue Monday night. Justin said he was “scrapping” while David said he was there to… Continue reading Father, Son Accused Of Burglarizing Condemned Garfield Church

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