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Woman assists man brief on cash, finds he'' s Keith Urban

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title =” (Source: Ruth Reed, KYW/CNN) “border =” 0″ src=”http://MEREDITH.images.worldnow.com/images/17360508_G.jpg?auto=webp&disable=upscale&width=800&lastEditedDate=20180807081200″ width =” 180 “/ > (Source: Ruth Reed, KYW/CNN). (Meredith/AP)– A New Jersey lady thought she was assisting a “down-and-out” male spend for his filling station food, however ended up footing the bill for c and w star Keith Urban.

Ruth Reed says she fulfilled Urban at a Medford Wawa ahead of his performance Friday night in Camden.

Substitute teacher Reed says she had actually made a resolution to assist Wawa customers and jumped at the opportunity when the male ahead of her was short a few dollars.

” It appeared like he was using a card and it didn’t go through,” Reed to KYW-TV. “Then, he asked a girl for $5 and I believed, ‘This is it.’ So I stated, ‘No I’ll get it.'”

Reed states he thanked her and stated his name was Keith. When she mentioned that he appeared like Keith Urban, he said he was.

Not believing him, Reed asked his bodyguard to verify she was talking with the musician.

She says, “It was then I understood what an idiot I was.”

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Police officers: 4-year-old finds household dead, calls for aid utilizing slain grandfather’s phone

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title=” (Source: GoFundMe) “border=” 0″ src=” /wp-content/uploads/2018/04/16547412_G.png” width=” 180″/ > (Source: GoFundMe). (Meredith)– Deputies stated 4-year-old woman awoke to gunshots and found her mother, daddy and grandpa dead in their California home.

Inning accordance with the Amador County Constable’s Office, the girl called her granny early Thursday and stated her papa, 26-year-old Jacob Jedidiah Thayer, had shot himself. When the grandmother arrived at the home and found 3 bodies, she called 911.

Deputies stated Thayer fatally shot his sweetheart, 27-year-old Marie Leonetti, and his dad, 60-year-old Richard Thayer II, prior to turning the weapon on himself.

Private investigators think the victims were shot several times in the obvious murder-suicide. A partly loaded Glock.40 quality pistol registered to Jacob Thayer was discovered beside him, the sheriff’s workplace said.

The 4-year-old lady, who used her slain grandfather’s phone to call for aid, was not injured. Deputies said the granny was not present during the shooting due to the fact that she had left the home to take care of another relative, the

Sacramento Bee reports A motive stays unclear, as the constable’s workplace continues to examine.– Information from: The Sacramento Bee, http://www.sacbee.com/

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Hiker finds body of male holding gun at Red Rock Canyon path

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” 0″ src =” /wp-content/uploads/2018/03/16236929_G.jpg” width=” 180 “/ >( FOX5 File). LAS VEGAS( FOX5)-. Las Vegas Metro cops are investigating reports of a body discovered at a Red Rock Canyon path Saturday morning.

A hiker reported the discovery to authorities at 11:39 a.m. The deceased man was found within Oak Creek Canyon, a 1.1-mile long hiking path that sits between Red Rock’s Wilson Cliffs, confirmed Lt. Isaac Auten.

Cops said the guy had a weapon in his hand. LVMPD systems and Red Rock Search and Rescue are responding to the scene.

This is an establishing story.

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Styx finds a ‘rock mecca’ in Las Vegas


Rick Diamond Styx performs another minimal engagement with former Eagles guitarist Don Felder at the Venetian Theatre January 26-February 3.

Traditional rock apotheosis Styx and former Eagles guitar player Don Felder go back to their residency at the Venetian Theatre this weekend, where they played a run of programs dubbed “Renegades in the Fast Lane” last year at this time. If you’re thinking these two acts have far too many hits to fit into a single setlist, you’re right. “It’s intense,” states Styx vocalist and keyboardist Lawrence Gowan. “The encore alone, well, I do not want to provide it away, however what we took into these 4 songs that comprise the encore, it’s quite impressive to be a part of.”

The Scottish-born Canadian who joined the band in the late ’90s states Styx works as Felder’s backing band for 6 or seven songs, which integrated with preferred Styx tracks produces the supreme setlist. “There actually aren’t any bad options. It’s a fantastic position to be in.”

Here’s the rest of my conversation with Gowan:

Styx has been touring gradually for a very long time now and it seems like you guys always make time for Las Vegas. I remain in my 20th year with Styx and I do not believe there’s been a year in there we have not been to Vegas at least when. It’s ended up being such a rock mecca. It’s an essential location for us to play and we have actually gathered so many terrific memories playing there. The very first time I ever went to Vegas was with Styx and we played the Hilton that year, the stage Elvis was on, and I remember being kind of awestruck by it. When we did 5 nights there [at the Venetian] last year, we understood we needed to return to do it again.

Twenty years is a big musical anniversary for you and the band. This year also marks 15 years since the release of “Cyclorama,” the very first album you tape-recorded with Styx. Oh my god, that’s right! Fifteen years is a lot. Thank god we put out a brand-new album in 2015! It’s amusing … I’ve been in Styx for a 3rd of my life, and it’s amusing how time broadens and contracts simultaneously. In some methods that tape-record feels current and in others, it’s in the remote past. Part of that is since we have actually toured so nonstop– we have actually never ever played less than 100 reveals a year.

In 2015’s album was “The Objective,” and it got rave reviews. Are you going to play a great deal of that product in the Venetian programs? Yes, we sort of start with the record. We know people are coming to hear the biggest Styx records, “The Grand Impression” and “Pieces of Eight” and “Paradise Theatre,” so we still focus 8 percent of the show on those records. However “The Objective” sold well and was just voted the No. 1 classic rock album of 2017 in a survey in Ultimate Classic Rock publication. Our self-confidence in it has grown.

And obviously you’re playing Eagles tunes, too, with Don Felder. It’s a great deal of enjoyable because it’s likewise terrific to suddenly shift gears musically. I always hear the more prog influences in Styx music and I’m drawn to that, and then there’s the more rootsy-Americana in the Eagles tunes. To be in a band that has to move that rapidly and have it all work onstage is quite interesting.

You also get the experience of performing classic Styx material from before you signed up with the band. Although you’ve been with them for a long time, do you remember a time when you started to feel more comfortable with the role of prima donna in Styx? In every era, in each years of its existence, this band has actually always found a way to raise what it’s doing and how it’s impacting individuals. Styx is as terrific as it is since it’s the conclusion of the efforts of everyone who’s ever remained in it. The guys not provide on the stage today are still a part of what the band is able to perform, which holds true of other bands too however it’s something I really started to feel. I have a musical kinship with guys I’ve never ever even satisfied, which is also part of the appeal of Styx songs, that they are quite malleable from one age to the next. And now we’re playing these songs for people who weren’t even born when the most significant Styx records were made. I sort of feel the very same method [as the audience], that I have interpretations of songs when I sing them that are most likely a long method from the original intent or motivation, but that belongs to exactly what has actually helped them last so long and continue to be significant.

Styx and Don Felder perform at 8 p.m. January 26, 27 and 31 and February 2 and 3 at the Venetian Theatre (3355 Las Vegas Blvd. South, 702-414-1000) and more info can be discovered at venetian.com.

Previous UNLV golfer finds sanctuary on course after mass shooting. Most of the time.


Courtesy Picture/ Jamie Schwaberow A.J. McInerney from the UNLV 2013 golf group. By Karen Crouse, New York City Times

froze in midsentence. Approximately 20 yards away, a device had spit dozens of freshly cleaned golf balls through a Plexiglas chute, and the clattering, rat-a-tat sound they made as they spilled out transported McInerney back to the night of Oct. 1.”That freaks me out,”said McInerney, a native of the Las Vegas area who was in the crowd of concertgoers on the last night of the Path 91 Harvest Festival on the Strip. McInerney and his girlfriend were standing several backyards from the stage, swaying to the music of Jason Aldean, when a gunman opened fire from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay. McInerney and his sweetheart, Alyssa Martine, got away the hail of bullets that killed

58 individuals and injured numerous hundred, including among their pals. A month removed from that headache, McInerney, 24, made his PGA Trip launching in Las Vegas on Thursday at the Shriners Hospitals for Kid Open, an occasion he went to as a fan a number of times when he was a teenager. He shot an even par in his opening round and was connected for 35th after a suspended 2nd round. McInerney, who was on the Web.com Tour last season, is using a sponsor’s exemption, and he thinks about the chance another action in exactly what he described as” the complete procedure of handling”one of the most dangerous mass shootings in American history.”It’s been a lot simpler to focus on something else,”McInerney stated during an interview Tuesday. The tournament, which debuted in 1983 with the first million-dollar bag in PGA Trip history, has attracted a field that consists of eight significant winners

. The two-time Masters champion Bubba Watson had actually not planned to make his next main Trip start until the Phoenix Open in February. However after the shooting, he changed his mind and chose to include this event. “Why would you not wish to come here and support this location and show love?”stated Watson, whose last contended here in 2007. Charley Hoffman, like McInerney, starred on the golf team

at UNLV. He has lived in Las Vegas for Twenty Years, and he is donating his entire income from this week’s event to help those impacted by the

shooting. Every year before this occasion, Hoffman arranges a charity competition to benefit his foundation. His amateur participants this year included Aaron DeView, whom Hoffman welcomed after hearing about his actions on the night of the shooting. DeView, 49, turned his Toyota Tacoma into a makeshift ambulance, transporting victims he discovered while running away the gunfire to a triage center set up by paramedics not far from the performance premises. By pure happenstance, McInerney, a late addition to the event, played the pro-am along with DeView, and they spent the round sharing their stories about the night of the shooting.”It assists a lot to talk about it with individuals who existed,”

McInerney stated, including, “The 22,000 people who existed, we can fulfill each other, and it’s like we were friends for Ten Years.” DeView, who explained the past month

as” the highest of highs and the most affordable of lows with absolutely nothing between,” stated: “I began talking with A.J. and I believed,’ My gosh, we’re not golfing. We’re

healing.'” To prepare for the pro-am, DeView, a 13-handicapper, played a practice round at TPC Summerlin and was arbitrarily assigned a cart– No. 58. Absolutely nothing, however, appears random to DeView after he survived a gush of bullets by large luck. The cart and being coupled with McInerney, he stated, seem like a message that”everything’s going to be OKAY. “DeView, a bartender, returned to work four days after the shooting, though by his own admission he was not prepared to be back in the middle of downtown crowds. “It’s still hard,”

said DeView, whose truck still has a bullet hole in it. McInerney understood. For 3 days after the shooting, he was not able to sleep. On the 4th, he also returned to his job, sort of. It was his 24th birthday, and McInerney and 7 buddies who had participated in the music celebration satisfied at a par-3 course downtown, about 2 miles from the website of the performance.” That was the first time any of us had been out considering that it happened,” he said. “We utilized golf as a method to have a good time again.”A bigger test for McInerney began Oct. 10, when the NHL growth franchise, the Vegas Golden Knights, held their house opener against the Arizona Coyotes at T-Mobile Arena, roughly a mile from the website of the shooting. McInerney attended the game with buddies who had actually also been at the performance. McInerney said he was fine when he got in with the capacity crowd of more 17,000 people. The wait to get in the arena was another story.”I felt truly uncomfortable standing in line and waiting to go through the metal detectors, “he said.”There’s numerous individuals in a couple different lines, and there’s buildings all around, and I was like, there could be somebody because parking lot and he’s got 200 individuals in line that he might be targeting. “The night was a big success, and not just because the skaters in the home jerseys won.”That was the first time I had been in a public location like that because the shooting,”McInerney stated,”and I believe it was very important for

me and my pals to be there and sort of get that out of the way.

Due to the fact that you can’t live your life in fear.”A week after the shooting, McInerney returned to the concert grounds, which were still cordoned off from the public. As finest he could, he attempted to retrace the steps of his escape to the MGM Grand

car park, about a mile away, where he had parked his truck.”I was just attempting to piece it together,”he said. “That was one coping method for me to sort of put everything in viewpoint.”No matter where McInerney is, certain triggers instantly

send him back to the scene. They include any noise, like the one from the ball-washing maker here, that sounds

like firecrackers; a helicopter flying overhead; or his preferred Jason Aldean tune,”When She Says Infant, “which he was carrying out when the very first shots rang out.”Those are the important things that revive the memories,”McInerney said,”but it likewise assists me remember those who were killed and helps me to say a prayer for those families.”Golf has offered a welcome

sanctuary for McInerney, who said he was dealing “with that guilty feeling of’Why did I get so lucky to live? ‘”” Part of the coping process for me,”he included,”is being able to come out to the

golf course and toss my headphones in and just sort of forget everything for a couple hours.”He understands there are survivors who are still struggling

.”My girlfriend being one of them,” he stated. A couple of days after the shooting, Martine flew to New Jersey, where she has family, to leave the emotional triggers that loomed around every corner of this city.

Two weeks later, she published on her Twitter account that she experiences anxiety “simply seeing a performance

on Snapchat.”McInerney appreciates that his life will never ever be the same as it was prior to Oct. 1. Nor should it be, he stated. “I’m playing for Las Vegas, which whole’ Vegas Strong’slogan that we’ve kind of created,”he said.”As golfers, it’s simple to obtain locked up in your own little bubble, so that’s sort of bigger image, I think.”

Lady finds out dog lives 5 months after she thought family pet was euthanized

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title =” A New Jersey woman discovered her 15-year-old miniature pinscher lived after she thought he was euthanized. (WPIX through CNN)” border=”0″ width =” 180 “/ > A New Jersey woman learned her 15-year-old miniature pinscher lived after she believed he was euthanized. (WPIX by means of CNN).

HOWELL, N.J. (WPIX/CNN)– A New Jersey female who believed her canine was dead recently found out the animal had actually been living with an employee at a veterinary center where she took him to get euthanized 5 months prior. Keri Levy brought her 15-year-old miniature pinscher to Briarwood Veterinary Medical Facility on Might 17 to be put down due to his deteriorating health, the Howell Cops Department stated in a declaration to WPIX-TV.

However the pet dog, who she named Ceasar, was never ever put down.

” She received an anonymous suggestion from somebody that informed her that her pet dog was still alive and in the care of a vet tech that worked at the healthcare facility,” said Licitra.

Authorities said Dr. George Menez, the previous veterinarian at Briarwood, allowed the employee to take Ceasar home. The worker obviously grew mentally connected to the dog and wanted to restore his health.

” We do not think it was performed in a sinister method, but at the end of the day we have a victim who now has to double grieve,” stated Licitra.

Authorities bought the vet technician to return Ceasar to his rightful owner on Monday. Levy had a brief reunion with her precious pet prior to he was ultimately put to sleep.

Authorities said the veterinarian and staff member not work at the health center.

Possible charges of theft and animal ruthlessness are being examined.

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Lady finds weird ball of snakes on morning run

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title=” (Source: Christine Proffitt through WBTV/CNN) “border=” 0″ width =” 180 “/ > (Source: Christine Proffitt by means of WBTV/CNN). CHARLOTTE, N.C.– One snake is frightening enough. So, imagine coming across a huge ball of snakes mating on your early morning jog.

Instead of running the other way, a North Carolina female decided to stop and take images of the wriggling serpents she came across on a strolling path in Charlotte.

Speaking to WBTV, Christine Proffitt told the news station this isn’t really the first time she’s ran into a snake, or 2, on the path.” I tend to see a minimum of one to 5 snakes every morning,” she stated.” I get there early, however I got a late start today and it got a little warmer and they were all out there sunbathing in a little ball, a huge ball. “Sunbathing? Not a lot. David Crowe, owner of Critter Control, informed WBTV there’s a pretty good opportunity those snakes were breeding. “Snakes are coming out of hibernation and they’re beginning to mate so they’re sunning in really obvious places,” said Crowe.

Experts say based on the images, the snakes appear to be Brown Watersnakes and Northern Watersnakes, which are non-venomous.


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Subway: Evaluation finds ‘significant’ grievance about Jared Fogle


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Previous Train pitchman Jared Fogle leaves the Federal Courthouse in Indianapolis, Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2015, following a hearing on child-pornography charges. Fogle accepted plead guilty to claims that he spent for sex acts with minors and got child pornography in a case that damaged his profession at the sandwich-shop chain and might send him to prison for more than a decade.

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INDIANAPOLIS– The Subway restaurant chain stated it got a “major” grievance about Jared Fogle when he was the business’s spokesperson however that the problem did not indicate any criminal sexual activity.

The company revealed in a statement Friday that it has actually completed an internal examination into whether it looked out to concerns about Fogle, who agreed last month to plead guilty to accusations he paid for sex acts with girls as young as 16 and had gotten youngster pornography. The company has severed its ties to him.

Train’s investigation included a review of more than a million online comments and interviews with past and present staff members and supervisors with both the business and an advertising fund, the statement said.

Subway spokeswoman Kristen McMahon said the business received the “significant” grievance in 2011 from previous Florida reporter Rochelle Herman-Walrond, who says she worked with the FBI to record Fogle revealing interest in sex with minors. The company’s statement said that while the complaint “expressed concerns about Mr. Fogle,” it included “nothing that implied anything about sexual habits or criminal activity including Mr. Fogle.” McMahon would not elaborate on the nature of the grievance.

Nevertheless, the business said it is sorry for the complaint was “not appropriately intensified or acted upon,” according to the statement.

“It is necessary to keep in mind that the examination found no more evidence of other grievances of any kind concerning Mr. Fogle that were sent to or shown SUBWAY,” the statement stated.

Telephone calls by The Associated Press to Herman-Walrond seeking talk about Subway’s statement were not instantly returned Friday night. Fogle’s lawyers also did not respond to demands for remark.

It’s unclear how Herman-Walrond knew Fogle, who stays in rural Indianapolis. Authorities in Indiana would not say whether she was part of their examination into him. However Fogle’s plea agreement discusses that witnesses in Florida, Georgia and Washington state offered recordings and info it says reveal Fogle “repeatedly talked about with them his interest in engaging in business sex acts with minors or stated that he has doinged this in the past.”

Individually, a lawyer for previous Train franchisee Cindy Mills stated she signaled an executive in charge of the company’s marketing in 2008 after Fogle started talking with her about spending for sex with minors. The lawyer stated Mills also shared her concerns with a regional Subway contact in Florida, where she is based.

The executive, Jeff Moody, has actually rejected knowing Fogle’s criminal sexual conduct. The company has said it does not have a record of any grievances by the former franchisee.

Attempts to reach Mills’ attorney on Friday were unsuccessful.

Poll finds strong partisan split in Nevada on president’s Clean Power Plan


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Reid Gardner Station is a coal-fired power plant in Moapa.

Wednesday, Aug. 5, 2015|2:18 p.m.

. A brand-new survey finds 59 percent of Nevada voters support President Barack Obama’s just recently launched Clean Power Plan, while 37 percent oppose it– however that support differs highly throughout party lines.

Of Nevada Democrats checked, 74 percent favored the plan, while 61 percent of Republicans opposed it.

The survey, carried out by Public law Ballot on behalf of nationwide liberal advocacy group Americans United for Change, likewise discovered that 58 percent of Nevada voters consider climate change a significant problem. A total of 40 percent stated it was not.

The study was performed from July 31 to Aug. 3 and consisted of 529 participants. The survey didn’t release its margin of error, but offered the sample size, it would be expected to be about 5 percentage points.

Nevada is not among the 12 states that submitted match today to block execution

of the EPA policy that requires substantial decreases in carbon emissions from power plants.