A Utah man crashed a small plane into his house early Monday and died, police said. The pilot was identified as Duane Youd, who was released from jail hours before the crash.
Payson Police Sgt. Noemi Sandoval told reporters the house was “fully engulfed” in flames after the crash. Youd’s wife and a boy were inside the home at the time and got out safely, she said.
Parents went to pick up their toddler from “Tiny Toes” day care on Friday evening when they were not able to get in touch with the babysitter, according to a blotter report from the Colorado Springs Police Department.
The parents knew the woman who was running their child’s “daycare” as Sarah Richmond — but that name was a fake, the report said.
Officers did not know that the woman was using a fake name to run Tiny Toes until they responded to the welfare check at about 7:30 p.m. on Friday, police said in the report.
A researcher at UC Berkeley noticed something strange when she had Location History disabled. Her phone requested she rate a recent visit to Kohl’s, which prompted her to ask on her blog, “So how did Google Maps know where I was?”
It’s a good question and one the Associated Press was eager to look into with the help of computer science researchers at Princeton University.
If you’ve used a smartphone for any length of time, you’re probably aware that there are options to turn off location tracking. If allowed, Google apps will track your movements and save them to your account under your Location History. So if you turn off this setting, Google stops tracking you, right?
Pay-per-minute electric scooters and bikes, like those deployed by Bird, Lime and Spin across the United States, might seem like a sure-fire solution to getting around.
But many cities, fed up with unsafe riders and scooters abandoned on streets and sidewalks, are resorting to bans on the devices while they work out permit and safety rules.
And in California, some critics have taken to setting the scooters on fire, smearing them with poop and tossing them into the Pacific Ocean to register their distaste.
The mainstream media completely failed to report on Antifa members in DC yesterday, some of whom went on to assault police officers, carrying a banner which openly advertised their intention to put bullets in their political enemies.
Numerous video clips and photos show Antifa members carrying a large black banner which reads, “It takes a bullet to bash a fash.”
My ex used to get pissed when we went to the doctor’s office and I’d take the stairs while she took the elevator – to the second floor.
“You make me look like I’m lazy.”
Nooo, YOU make you look lazy.
Gotta make sure your vehicle’s in good running condition, paperwork’s current and all the lights work before running drugs.
It’s been more than 230 years since America’s last constitutional convention, but there is growing confidence in some conservative circles that the next one is right around the corner – and could spell disaster for entitlement programs like medicare and social security, as well court decisions like Roe v Wade.
“I think we’re three or four years away,” said the former Oklahoma Senator Tom Coburn on Friday, speaking at the annual convention for American Legislative Exchange Council (Alec) – a powerful rightwing organization that links corporate lobbyists with state lawmakers from across the country.
Coburn, a veteran Republican lawmaker, now works as a senior adviser for the advocacy group Convention of States, which seeks to use a little known clause in article V of the US constitution to call a constitutional convention for new amendments to dramatically restrict the power of the federal government.
On the one-year anniversary of the deadly Charlottesville protests, white supremacists and radical leftists known as Antifa descended on the Virginia town once more to commit more violence. Late Saturday night, NBC News reporter Cal Perry and his crew were in the thick of it as Antifa members ganged up on them and attacked. The next morning, NBC’s Sunday Today ignored the attack and suggested the media was simply “heckled” by their assaulters.
School officials said a Republican candidate running for the GOP nomination in a Florida legislative seat lied about graduating from Miami University in Ohio and faked her diploma, according to a new report.
Melissa Howard, who wants a Sarasota-area state House seat, claimed that she earned a Bachelor of Science in Marketing from the Ohio school.