Cowboys’ Crawford faces charge for bar incident

The NFL is looking into an incident involving Tyrone Crawford of the Cowboys, a source told ESPN. Crawford was not arrested or charged. Video shows Crawford fighting with security at a bar over the weekend.
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Celebrity Big Brother: Roxanne Pallet incident tops 2018 Ofcom complaints

Celebrity Big Brother, Love Island and Loose Women were among the programmes viewers objected to.
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KD on Green incident: ‘Don’t ask me that again’

While Kevin Durant was quick to shut down a reporter’s question about his incident with Draymond Green, Warriors coach Steve Kerr acknowledged the team is “banged up spiritually” after a tumultuous week.
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Karissa Recounts Grizzly Dog Bite Incident on "Botched"

Drs. Terry Dubrow and Paul Nassif are Karissa's last hope when it comes to fixing her gnarled lip. See the consultation on "Botched."
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Active Shooter Incident at Ind. Middle School, Suspect in Custody

A suspect is in custody after an active shooter incident at an Indiana middle school, the Noblesville Fire Department confirmed on Twitter.

The active shooter was at Noblesville West Middle School.

It was not immediately clear if there were injuries or fatalities. The identity of the suspect was also not immediately clear.

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In news footage, authorities could be seen escorting children out of the school.

Noblesville is just north of Indianapolis. Its population was about 52,000 in the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Hamilton County and the 14th largest municipality in the state.

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Mini Me star in hospital after alleged incident

Verne Troyer, the actor who played Mini Me in the Austin Powers movies, has been taken to hospital in Los Angeles.
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Accused By Dozens, Bill Cosby Heads To Trial Over Single Incident

 

Bill Cosby’s long-awaited criminal trial on charges that he drugged and molested a friend in his home begins Monday in Norristown, Pennsylvania, near Philadelphia. 

The 79-year-old comedy legend faces three counts of aggravated indecent assault involving a 2004 visit to his suburban home by Andrea Constand. If convicted, he faces up to a decade behind bars. 

Constand, who worked for the Temple University women’s basketball team, claimed that Cosby inappropriately touched her after she took a pill he said would help her relax. Cosby, who’s pleaded not guilty, has claimed he provided her with Benadryl and that they had a consensual encounter. 

It was only a couple of years ago that Cosby held the status of a respected elder in the entertainment industry. He was an early mainstream African-American star, remembered fondly for his clean stand-up comedy act and a string of television programs from the 1960s to 1990s, including “I Spy” and the top-rated “The Cosby Show.”  But he’s largely kept out of sight since at least 60 women have accused Cosby of drugging, sexually assaulting or initiating unwanted contact with them, according to The Washington Post.

Despite the volume of accusations, only Constand’s complaint yielded a criminal case. Investigators have cited the statute of limitations and lack of evidence in declining to file charges over alleged incidents that span half a century. 

As the trial neared, Cosby participated in limited interviews with a black newspapers group and satellite radio host Michael Smerconish. Cosby told Smerconish that the dozens of accusers were “piling on” and that racism “could be” a factor affecting his case. His daughter, Evin Cosby, became part of the public relations campaign by writing an essay last month that defended her father against “the cruelty of the media.”

Still, most public support for Cosby has evaporated, according to Angela Nelson, an associate professor in Bowling Green State University’s department of popular culture. 

“It has not helped at all. People said: ‘You are a hypocrite,’” Nelson said. 

In recent court appearances, Cosby has used a cane and often had help walking. He’s reportedly in failing health and losing his sight. 

A previous district attorney investigated Constand’s claims and declined to charge Cosby. In turn, Constand sued and eventually reached an undisclosed settlement with Cosby.

A deposition from the lawsuit is hotly contested evidence in the criminal trial. Judge Stephen O’Neill has ruled that jurors can hear excerpts in which Cosby admitted that he’d given Quaaludes to women while sexually pursuing them. The defense sought to block the deposition, saying that Cosby answered the questions only because then-District Attorney Bruce Castor agreed not to press charges. 

“His deposition testimony is really the most damaging because it does really corroborate the witness’s testimony,” Delaware Law School professor Judith Ritter said, referring to Constand. 

The defense and prosecution had also argued over how many other accusers may testify against Cosby. O’Neill decided that only one accuser, known as Prior Alleged Victim Six in court filings, may testify about an alleged assault in 1996. Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin Steele, who campaigned by promising to prosecute Cosby, had wanted to present the accusations of 13 women. 

Perhaps most important will be Constand’s testimony. She waited until 2005 to lodge a complaint against Cosby, but until then they had continued some contact. Ritter expects the defense to focus on these points. 

“It will be so much about how it comes across to the jury,” said Ritter. “If she stands up under cross-examination, they [the prosecution] have a really good chance at prevailing.”

Cosby is not expected to take the stand in the trial, which is expected to last about two weeks. 

The jury is made up of seven men and five women, Two jurors are black and the rest are white. The jury was chosen from Pittsburgh after the defense argued it would be too difficult to find impartial jurors in Montgomery County. 

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Harrison Ford Called Himself A ‘Schmuck’ After Latest Plane Incident

Harrison Ford is heard calling himself a “schmuck” in an audio recording released on Friday of his exchange with an air traffic controller following a February incident in which the actor landed his private plane on a taxiway instead of a runway.

“Yeah, hi, its Husky Eight-Niner Hotel Uniform,” Ford is heard saying on the recording, using the phonetic pronunciation of his aviation call sign. “I’m the schmuck that landed on the taxiway.”

The star of “Star Wars” and “Raiders of the Lost Ark” then goes on to explain that he landed in the wrong place because he was distracted by two jets.

On the audio tape, released by the Federal Aviation Administration, the air traffic controller asks for Ford’s name and pilot’s license, assuring the film star that the mishap is “no big deal.”

“Well it’s a big deal for me, hold on,” Ford responds, adding that he is looking in a backpack, apparently for his pilot’s license. At that point the audio cuts off.

In the Feb. 13 incident Ford flew his single-engine Aviat Husky over an American Airlines Boeing 737 jet in Santa Ana, California, before landing on the taxiway that runs parallel to the runway. Taxiways are paths along which aircraft can taxi when moving to or from a runway, where planes take off and land.

In 2015 Ford crashed a vintage plane onto a Los Angeles-area golf course, suffering serious injuries.

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The Kabul Incident: A Weir Codex Novella

The Kabul Incident: A Weir Codex Novella


The action-packed prequel to the #1 Best Selling Sci-Fi Novel, THE CESTUS CONCERN. Assigned to monitor and maintain the Project Hardwired cyborg warrior, Designate Cestus, Engineer First Class Scott Brazier finds himself deep behind enemy lines when everything goes wrong. Caught between terrorists bent on killing him at any cost and a cybernetic super soldier gone rogue, Brazier is forced to face his foes alone. All that stands between the world and unleashed chemical warfare is a small computer technician out on his first mission. Fans of films like “Bourne Identity” or “Smoking Aces,” or the comics of Deadpool and Wolverine, will love the over-the-top science fiction action of “THE KABUL INCIDENT” and the entire WEIR CODEX series by Mat Nastos. About the Author: Mat Nastos is a veteran comic book artist who has worked for Marvel, DC, Elfquest, Nifty Comics, Disney, Sierra Games, and more. He has also been an artist, writer and director for film and television since the early 1990s. His past work includes: Elfquest, The Cadre, Elfsong, The Old Sergeant, Stinger, Bite Me Fanboy, The Hog, work for Disney TV, and more! Mat is the author of the Amazon Best-Selling Sci-Fi and Men’s Adventure Novel, “The Cestus Concern.” His new occult thriller, “Man With The Iron Heart,” is an exciting action & adventure novel set in a World War 2 filled with Nazis, occultism, Lovecraftian horror, and Norse Gods.

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5 Truths from ‘The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime’

On Sunday night, Broadway will hand out Tony Awards. The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time is nominated for best play. Gary and I saw it on our recent visit to New York. During the first act, I shifted nervously in my seat. The play had scenes that were painfully familiar. At intermission, I looked at Gary. “Should we leave now?”

We decided to stay. A lot can happen in the second act.

There were a lot of truths in the portrayal of Christopher, a teenage boy with autistic behaviors who tries to solve a murder mystery. Although my daughter, Ariela, did not have autism, we had a lot in common with the family in the play. Without giving too much away, here are just a few of the play’s insights that I related to.

1. Motivation. With great difficulty, Christopher navigated trains and subways, because he wanted to find his mother. Ariela had just started to use a new communication device, a complicated system that required patience and practice to learn. When her doctor told her she needed surgery, she used her device to tell him she was afraid. Then, when she was in pre-op with the IV inserted in her arm, she looked up at her surgeon. “This isn’t going to be easy,” she said with her synthesized voice. She wanted him to know that.

2. Teachers. One teacher can change a life. Christopher was fortunate to have one gifted teacher in his corner. Ariela had many teachers who misunderstood her, dismissed her or neglected her. In all of her years of school, from pre-K through grade 12, I can count on one hand the teachers who supported her, believed in her, and nourished her. They were the ones who wouldn’t stop until they could find a way for her to learn.

3. Animals. Sometimes it’s easier to connect with a pet than with another person. Christopher had a pet mouse. Ariela connected with horses. She loved to ride. Two therapeutic riding programs in our area wouldn’t take her. “She’s too medically fragile,” they said. But Joell Dunlap at Square Peg Foundation accepted Ariela without condition.

4. Fighting. Parents of children with special needs have a lot to fight about. When there are no roadmaps, there are no right answers. Like Christopher’s parents, some of our biggest fights were about who did what and how much for our daughter. Those were hurtful battles. It took us years to begin to acknowledge that we both did the best we could do.

5. Controls. We all have our own ways to control the overwhelming stimuli in our environment. Some meditate, some medicate, some move to the country. Ariela closed her eyes and put her head down. Christopher turned to mathematics. I believe the last time I studied the Pythagorean Theorem was in the ninth grade. In The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time, I saw its beauty.

There’s a lot more packed into this two-hour production, but I don’t want to spoil it for you. I just read that The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time will be on tour next year. I hope it comes to a theater near you. Go see it for yourself, and don’t leave at intermission. It gets better.

For more information, check out my website and follow me on Facebook.

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5 Truths from ‘The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime’

On Sunday night, Broadway will hand out Tony Awards. The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time is nominated for best play. Gary and I saw it on our recent visit to New York. During the first act, I shifted nervously in my seat. The play had scenes that were painfully familiar. At intermission, I looked at Gary. “Should we leave now?”

We decided to stay. A lot can happen in the second act.

There were a lot of truths in the portrayal of Christopher, a teenage boy with autistic behaviors who tries to solve a murder mystery. Although my daughter, Ariela, did not have autism, we had a lot in common with the family in the play. Without giving too much away, here are just a few of the play’s insights that I related to.

1. Motivation. With great difficulty, Christopher navigated trains and subways, because he wanted to find his mother. Ariela had just started to use a new communication device, a complicated system that required patience and practice to learn. When her doctor told her she needed surgery, she used her device to tell him she was afraid. Then, when she was in pre-op with the IV inserted in her arm, she looked up at her surgeon. “This isn’t going to be easy,” she said with her synthesized voice. She wanted him to know that.

2. Teachers. One teacher can change a life. Christopher was fortunate to have one gifted teacher in his corner. Ariela had many teachers who misunderstood her, dismissed her or neglected her. In all of her years of school, from pre-K through grade 12, I can count on one hand the teachers who supported her, believed in her, and nourished her. They were the ones who wouldn’t stop until they could find a way for her to learn.

3. Animals. Sometimes it’s easier to connect with a pet than with another person. Christopher had a pet mouse. Ariela connected with horses. She loved to ride. Two therapeutic riding programs in our area wouldn’t take her. “She’s too medically fragile,” they said. But Joell Dunlap at Square Peg Foundation accepted Ariela without condition.

4. Fighting. Parents of children with special needs have a lot to fight about. When there are no roadmaps, there are no right answers. Like Christopher’s parents, some of our biggest fights were about who did what and how much for our daughter. Those were hurtful battles. It took us years to begin to acknowledge that we both did the best we could do.

5. Controls. We all have our own ways to control the overwhelming stimuli in our environment. Some meditate, some medicate, some move to the country. Ariela closed her eyes and put her head down. Christopher turned to mathematics. I believe the last time I studied the Pythagorean Theorem was in the ninth grade. In The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time, I saw its beauty.

There’s a lot more packed into this two-hour production, but I don’t want to spoil it for you. I just read that The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time will be on tour next year. I hope it comes to a theater near you. Go see it for yourself, and don’t leave at intermission. It gets better.

For more information, check out my website and follow me on Facebook.

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NFL considering discipline for Raiola incident

The NFL is looking into a potential fine or discipline for Detroit Lions center Dominic Raiola’s stepping on the ankle of Chicago Bears defensive lineman Ego Ferguson on Sunday.
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Hunting in the United States: American Black Bear, Bayou Bucks, Ben Lilly, Big Game Hunting, Boone and Crockett Club, Buffalo Jump, Dick Cheney Hunting Incident, Ducks Unlimited, Eastern Sports and Outdoor Show

Hunting in the United States: American Black Bear, Bayou Bucks, Ben Lilly, Big Game Hunting, Boone and Crockett Club, Buffalo Jump, Dick Cheney Hunting Incident, Ducks Unlimited, Eastern Sports and Outdoor Show


Used – Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 48. Chapters: American black bear, Bayou Bucks, Ben Lilly, Big game hunting, Boone and Crockett Club, Buffalo jump, Dick Cheney hunting incident, Ducks Unlimited, Eastern Sports and Outdoor Show, First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park, Game Wars, Gun-dog training, Gunflint Lodge, Hunting and fishing in Alaska, Market hunters, Moose, National Shooting Sports

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