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The latest hit truth television show is being produced, directed and staged at the White Home.

Its stars are none other than the president of the United States himself, Donald Trump; Steve Bannon; the beautiful, (but “dumb as a brick,” inning accordance with Bannon) Ivanka Trump; and her presumably treasonous, treacherous, money-laundering partner Jared. The show’s co-stars are the whole Trump family and the White Home personnel, consisting of the one and just Kelly anne Conway.

Behold the unfolding drama. If this isn’t an award-winning show, I have no idea what is. I wish to personally thank all of you Trump citizens for offering this nation with a level of reality television that is beyond even the most far-fetched imagination of the American seeing public.

This program is ensured to last a minimum of till 2021, unless all of the stars end up in the slammer. But what an ending that would be.

This program is going to make “Breaking Bad” appear like a Saturday morning animation.

Pedestrian is struck, killed while crossing Sahara Avenue


Steve Marcus City Police officers examine after a deadly automobile pedestrian accident on Sahara Opportunity at Sixth Street Monday, Dec. 4, 2017 Sun Staff contact page”> contact) Monday, Dec. 4, 2017|11 p.m.

Fatal Pedestrian Accident on Sahara Launch slideshow”A pedestrian passed away Monday night

after being struck by a pickup on East Sahara Avenue and 6th Street, City Authorities said. The driver of a red

pickup truck was heading eastbound on Sahara with a thumbs-up about 7:45 p.m. when he struck a guy crossing the street, cops stated. The man, stated to be in

his 50s, was transferred to Sunrise Healthcare facility, where he was pronounced dead. The chauffeur, a guy in his 40s, remained at

the scene and was cooperating with private investigators. Police said the driver was not impaired. Metro stated this is the 57th pedestrian death

of the year.

DUI driver struck mother while trick or treating with kid

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into house (Austin Turner/ FOX5). LAS VEGAS( FOX5)- A mom technique or treating with her kid was injured after a DUI chauffeur struck her in an east Las Vegas community Tuesday night. Officers reacted to the 1800 block of Winterwood Boulevard. near Sahara Opportunity and Nellis Boulevard at 7:30 p.m.

The drunk driver of the lorry crashed into a parked car then leapt the walkway striking the mother and narrowly missed the kid, inning accordance with City Lt. Grant Rogers.

Lt. Rogers added that the vehicle pertained to a rest after crashing into a home’s carport and into a part of your home.

The motorist attempted to flee the scene of the crash however next-door neighbors and witnesses captured him.

Authorities successfully took the chauffeur into custody.

The mom was carried to UMC Trauma where she is being dealt with for a couple broken bones.

Police stated she did not suffer dangerous injuries.

Stay with FOX5 for updates.

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101-year-old female passes away while cooking herself a meal

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title =” (Meredith Image) “border =” 0 “width =” 180″/ > (Meredith Image). MELROSE, Mass. (AP)– Authorities state a 101-year-old rural Boston female passed away when a stovetop fire spread through her cooking area and sparked her clothing.

The Massachusetts Fire Marshal’s workplace and the Middlesex District Attorney’s office didn’t launch the victim’s name. She passed away Wednesday in her house in Melrose, about 10 miles north of Boston.

Melrose Fire Chief Christopher Leary used his department’s acknowledgements in a statement regreting “a sad end to a long, vibrant life.”

Leary states firefighters found the female’s body on the ground floor of the two-family home. She was alone and appeared to have been cooking herself a meal.

Officials state the residence had no working smoke detector.

State Fire Marshal Peter Ostroskey states it’s the second fire death this year involving an elderly lady who was cooking.

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Cops: Papa killed by carjackers while securing 2-year-old daughter

Police said 38-year-old Gerard Grandzol was shot and killed during an attempted carjacking in Philadelphia. (Twitter)< img src=" /wp-content/uploads/2017/09/14891334_G.jpg" alt=" Authorities stated 38-year-old Gerard Grandzol was shot and eliminated throughout a tried carjacking in Philadelphia. (Twitter)"

title=” Police stated 38-year-old Gerard Grandzol was shot and killed throughout a tried carjacking in Philadelphia. (Twitter)” border=” 0″ width=” 180″/ > Police stated 38-year-old Gerard Grandzol was shot and killed throughout a tried carjacking in Philadelphia. (Twitter). PHILADELPHIA (AP/MEREDITH)– A cops authorities is calling the shooting death of a Philadelphia community activist during a tried carjacking while his 2-year-old child beinged in the back seat” one of

the most horrific things” he’s seen in 24 years in the department. Murder Capt. Jack Ryan stated Monday there was no explanation for the slaying of 38-year-old Gerard Grandzol aside from “a touch of evil.”

Authorities state Maurice Roberts, 21, and his 16-year-old sibling approached Grandzol outside his home Thursday night. The suspects took his wallet and required his car keys.

Grandzol demanded taking his 2-year-old child from the vehicle before turning over the keys. The 16-year-old then shot him two times in the head, authorities stated. Grandzol’s child was not injured in the incident.

No lawyer details is offered for either suspect.

Ryan said the handgun hasn’t been recuperated and should have been gotten illegally.

Liked ones explain Grandzol as a dedicated spouse and dad, whose youngest daughter is simply six-weeks-old. He was also a community activist in his Philadelphia community and served on its development board.

His household has actually established a GoFundMe page to help with funeral costs.

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Buddies keep in mind Las Vegas teen eliminated while treking


Pals and family said they are sad after a Las Vegas teenager was killed while hiking in Washington state. Authorities said she died after falling into a waterfall. Haylei Hughes was a stand-out soccer and basketball star who has just recently finished from Cimarron Memorial High school. Prior to that, she went to Bishop Gormon.

Hannah Borgel said she was pals with Haylei and co-captains of their club soccer team.

“The second we like stepped onto the field, we like loved each other. It was remarkable,” Hannah recalled.

When she discovered Haylei was missing, and later on found dead, she stated she was heartbroken and in shock.

“Among my other friends on the team called me while I was in the vehicle owning house and she informed me. Then I type of much like I needed to stopped cause like everything started like spinning,” Hannah stated.

Haylei’s buddy and basketball colleague Sam Coleman stated she didn’t want to believe the news when she got the text. She stated she wants to keep in mind Haylei as the fun-loving friend that she was.

“She had the most significant heart and she was totally caring and offering and, like, if you were with her she was on your side and she had your back, no matter what,” Sam stated. “I hope she understands that we loved her and she was our buddy and we’ll never forget her.”

Another friend and soccer colleague, Norina Romo, stated she and other good friends are just feeling lost and confused.

“It truly just does not make sense because we know people pass away however it’s from they’re old or a disease or sickness, you understand. And Haylei’s gone hiking numerous times and she’s been great, so I think you simply need to keep in mind that she lived a terrific life and did everything she might potentially desire and she’ll reside in our hearts permanently,” Norina stated.

Haylei’s friends stated they’re trying to find methods to cope.

“She was definitely fearless, like she always type of knew she was the very best gamer however she wasn’t arrogant at all. Like she had so much humility and strength, even off the field too,” Hannah said, “She was actually a special person to me and I’m gon na miss her a lot and I just enjoy her and I desire her to understand that.”

On Friday, dozens of Haylei’s buddies gathered for a vigil at Cimarron Memorial High School.

They shared memories and released balloons with words they want they might state to her.

“All of us know the skill that you had and no one’s ever going to forget it or forget you, although you didn’t get to use the field you definitely still made an impact,” Norina stated.

Haylei was visiting play soccer at Highline College in Washington in the fall. To help her family with funeral cost, here’s a link to their

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Chipotle says employee worked while ill at Va. place


Alan Diaz/ AP This Monday, Feb. 8, 2016, picture shows the sign of a Chipotle in Hialeah, Fla.

Tuesday, July 25, 2017|4:16 p.m.

DENVER– Chipotle says it believes a staff member was working while sick at a Virginia location where dozens of consumers reported becoming ill previously this month with what health authorities think was norovirus.

After the business reported enhanced sales for the second quarter Tuesday, CEO Steve Ells stated that a business investigation into the illnesses found that its management at the shop didn’t stick to its procedures.

“Our company believe somebody was working while ill,” Ells stated, without providing specifics.

Provided “how quickly signs establish with norovirus and the large number of folks included, we will likely not have the ability to identify whether a customer or staff member was the first to present the infection to the center,” said David Goodfriend, director of the Loudoun County Health Department.

A Chipotle representative noted that staff members are not supposed to work when ill, and the company offers paid sick days for per hour staff members. Ells stated the business is including training to exactly what he called “excellent” protocols to prevent additional norovirus cases.

Chipotle’s image has actually been susceptible as it attempts to reassure clients its food is safe because an E. coli outbreak in fall 2015, which was followed by a norovirus break out at a single restaurant that very same year. Norovirus is a leading reason for health problems from infected food, and contaminated employees are a regular source of break outs.

The Denver-based chain has been making development in recovering consumers, and stated sales increased 8 percent throughout the 2nd quarter, following a 24 percent decline in the year-ago period.

However the most current figure does not reflect any prospective fallout from the reported diseases in Sterling, Virginia. At another area in Dallas, the business blamed a structural space for mice falling from the ceiling.

Chipotle said those events have actually dampened its healing efforts in recent days, but that it did unknown what the long term impact might be. It waited its guidance for sales at established area to rise in the “high single digit” percentages for the year. For all of in 2015, the sales figure decreased 20 percent.

Larry Chiagouris, a teacher of marketing at Pace University, noted that the chain will be carefully watched and held responsible for any mistakes.

“If someone gets sick after consuming at a Chipotle, they’re going to be most likely to think it’s Chipotle,” he stated.

Chipotle itself has noted its difficult dilemma, stating the social networks attention has actually magnified awareness of its food terrifies compared to previous incidents at other chains.

Still, the company is hoping that buzz around a prospective national launch of queso will tempt consumers as it tries to move past the food scares. Executives consistently discussed the cheese dip throughout a conference call Tuesday, and stated excitement around the item might change the narrative following last week’s bad promotion.

“We’re yapping about this one particular menu item, but you shouldn’t undervalue how much capacity it has,” said Mark Crumpacker, who heads Chipotle’s marketing.

For the quarter, the business stated it earned $66.7 million, or $2.32 per share. That was more than the $2.16 per share analysts anticipated, according to Zacks Investment Research. Chipotle noted that its dining establishment level running margin throughout the period improved, driven by more effective scheduling of employees.

Overall revenue was $1.17 billion. Experts anticipated $1.18 billion.

Chipotle shares have actually dropped roughly 8 percent since the start of the year, while the Requirement & & Poor’s 500 index has increased 11 percent. In the last minutes of trading on Tuesday, shares hit $348.40, a decline of 21 percent in the last 12 months. They increased 1.2 percent in prolonged trading.

Mom implicated of leaving child in vehicle while getting hair done, accuseded of murder


There are no words to sufficiently describe how Carolyn Jewell and others feel after hearing the disturbing news of a hot automobile death involving 1-year-old Skylar Fowler.

“It’s beyond troubling, it’s beyond disturbing,” Jewell said. “I imply it breaks my heart. You have a kid who will never grow up, never ever see life because of something so irresponsible. It’s heart breaking.”

Dijanelle Fowler, 25, deals with charges of 2nd degree murder, ruthlessness to kids and hiding a death after leaving her baby alone in a car for six hours while getting her hair done.

“I can’t envision leaving my kid in a cars and truck, or doing it intentionally. They’re just children, it’s not like they can look after themselves,” DeKalb County resident Teresa Fears said.

It took place outside a beauty salon in the Northlake Tower Festival Shopping Center off Lavista Roadway in Tucker on June 15, which so took place to be the most popular day of the month, inning accordance with CBS46 meteorologist Ella Dorsey.

Captain Jerry Lewis with the DeKalb County Cops Department is a father of four and had the uphill struggle of working the case.

“Those cases are tough to work. Anything including children is difficult to work,” Lewis said. “The vehicle was running and at some point in time the vehicle cut off, whether due to a mechanical concern or the battery simply gave out, and the cars and truck cut off and the child was in the cars and truck.”

After leaving her six hour hair visit, Fowler drove to Emory Medical facility and called 911, suffering her own medical problems. When cops arrived they treated her for a seizure and discovered her child deceased in the rear seats.

“You have to be smart about what you do often. If you have a kid, you take care of that kid first, then you get your hair done,” Jewell said.

Fowler is anticipated to appear in court on August 3.

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Pedestrian, 69, eliminated while crossing roadway in northwest Las Vegas

Friday, July 14, 2017|2:01 p.m.

. A pedestrian with a walker who detectives say ran across a northwest valley roadway trying to beat traffic was struck and eliminated by an automobile early Friday, according to City Cops.

The 69-year-old Las Vegas lady passed away at University Medical Center, authorities stated.

Medics and officers were dispatched about 12:15 a.m. to Durango Drive, south of Hitt Center Court near Deer Springs Way, cops stated.

An investigation figured out that the woman was running with a walker from east to west when she was struck by a 2004 Ford Mustang that was heading south on Durango on a middle lane, police said.

This was the 78th traffic death examined by City, police stated.

Seattle hubby fatally shoots other half while in Uber automobile

SEATTLE (AP) – A female killed early Sunday in Seattle’s Queen Anne neighborhood was shot by her partner throughout an argument in a ride-hailing lorry, police said.

Cameron Espitia, 31, is being hung on $3 million bail for investigation of murder in the death of 29-year-old Jennifer Espitia, KCPQ-TV reported Monday.

An Uber chauffeur told police that Jennifer Espitia was sitting in the front and Cameron Espitia remained in the rear seats shortly after midnight when they started arguing, inning accordance with probable cause documents.

The chauffeur informed authorities Cameron Espitia cursed consistently at his partner before the chauffeur heard a boom and thought a tire had burst. The driver said he rapidly realized Jennifer Espitia had been shot, documents said.

The driver feared for his life and kept driving on Cameron Espitia’s orders, police stated. Eventually, he informed the driver to stopped. After the man left the lorry, the driver called police.

The female was shot in the head and passed away at a Seattle medical facility, cops said.

Cops detained Espitia nearby. He told them he was not having a great night with his partner and had actually been consuming, files said. Officers found a little handgun on Espitia in an ankle holster, police stated.

Espitia told police he didn’t remember what occurred, that he woke up in the bushes and didn’t understand where he was, files said. He later on stated he had a faint recollection of being in the car.

Jennifer Espitia finished from Mercer Island High School in Washington and was on the rowing group at Saint Mary’s College in California, according to a college-athletics biography, The Seattle Times reported. She had won a community-service award for work as a peer teacher at Planned Parenthood, operating at a day care center and structure houses in Mexico.

Cameron Espitia worked for the United States Coast Guard, court documents said.


Details from: KCPQ-TV, http://q13fox.com/

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