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Officials ID shooter in suspected Chatsworth murder-suicide

CHATSWORTH — Authorities Tuesday identified a man who police say fatally shot his wife and himself in their Chatsworth home, where the couple’s two young children were found more than three days after their parents’ deaths. The children, a toddler and an infant, were not physically injured but “were admitted to a local area hospital for observation,” according to the Los Angeles Police Department. Related Articles $20,000 reward offered for clues in the killing of a 76-year-o...
Tags: News, Shooting, Suicide, Sport, Soccer, Mother, Homicide, Chatsworth, Local News, Lapd, Arcadia, Jones, Medina, Hawthorne, Temecula, Tony Medina

Toddler, infant rescued from Chatsworth home where LAPD said murder-suicide occurred

A toddler and an infant were trapped in their Chatsworth home for three-and-a-half days after their father shot their mother to death, then turned the gun on himself, neighbors said. Police said both children were unharmed following the shooting, which was reported on Sunday at 4:30 p.m. But neighbors said they first suspected something had occurred late Wednesday night or early Thursday morning after an argument, then two loud pops, were heard. In a statement, Los Angeles Police Department offi...
Tags: News, Shooting, Sport, Soccer, Chatsworth, Local News, Lapd, Medina, Los Angeles Police Department, Department of Children and Family Services, Tony Medina, Top Stories LADN, Dave Peteque, Farralone Avenue, Peteque, Crime + Public Safety

Jeff Bezos is reportedly looking to buy an NYC apartment. Here's a look at the 6 massive properties his family already owns across the US, from a sprawling Seattle estate to a set of historic NYC condos

Jeff Bezos, the richest man in the world, and MacKenzie Bezos recently announced that they had finalized the terms of their divorce. MacKenzie Bezos granted Jeff Bezos her interests in   The Washington Post   and   Blue Origin and 75% of the Amazon stock they owned, but the couple did not announce how they'd split up their considerable real-estate holdings. Now, the Amazon CEO is reportedly on the hunt for an NYC apartment, The New York Post reported. The Bezos family owns at least six propert...
Tags: Amazon, Post, New York Post, Microsoft, Washington Post, Washington, New York City, US, Trends, Bill Gates, Beverly Hills, Jeff Bezos, Seattle, Wall Street Journal, Medina, Bezos

Morning Headlines: New Law Requires Schools Notify Parents of Absent Kids, Ryan Announces 2020 Run

Here are your morning headlines for Friday, April 5: New law requires schools notify parents of absent kids; Ryan announces 2020 run; Chapel Hill Mall electric bill paid, power still planned to be shut off; Legislation would allow states to regulate marijuana; Medina man claiming to be young boy is actually an ex-convict; Babcock & Wilcox faces deadline, could go into credit default; New law requires schools to notify parents of absent kids If Ohio children are absent from class without excuse, ...
Tags: Ohio, Cleveland, Medina, Ryan, Chapel Hill Mall, Babcock Wilcox, Alianna, Alianna DeFreeze

The Man Claiming To Be Missing Boy Timmothy Pitzen Is Not, DNA Proves

Authorities said a young man claiming to be Timmothy Pitzen, a six-year-old who was reported missing in 2011, is not actually him.“A local investigation continues into this person’s true identity,” the Louisville FBI office said on Twitter. “To be clear, law enforcement has not and will not forget Timmothy, and we hope to one day reunite him with his family. Unfortunately, that day will not be today.”The young man's name is actually Brian Michael Rini. He is a 23-year-old from Medina, OH. He id...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Africa, Cnn, Medina, Aurora IL, Timmothy Pitzen, Pitzen, Timmothy, Amy Fry Pitzen, Louisville FBI, Brian Michael Rini He, New York Times Rin, Jim Pitzen Timmothy, John Walsh Like

Is Being Trans Like Being an Immigrant?

Both involve a journey. And both are under assault by this administration.
Tags: News, Mexico, Medina, Politics And Government, Women and Girls, Immigration and Emigration, Julia Isabel Amparo

Giving Circles Are Helping Young Women Make 'Change, Not Charity' In Their Communities

“Your donation, however small, matters!” You've probably heard something like that from political fundraisers, sad animal commercials, friends on Facebook. So you click on those "Donate $5" buttons, submit your credit card to GoFundMe campaigns, then just sit back, hoping others are doing the same. But there are some people — even young non billionaires — who are getting the satisfaction of seeing their money make a real difference in their communities and in the world through another model of ...
Tags: Facebook, Fashion, Music, California, Chicago, Philadelphia, Medina, Philly, Robinson, South Side, Bruno, Gen Xers, Women s Philanthropy Institute, Nicole Robinson, Latino Community Foundation, Catalist

History’s Heroic Failures

I like to keep you up to date when I read a book I think is worth your time. I’m now reading Marc Morris’s The Norman Conquest, which is very good. I recommend it. At the simplest level it’s just a good read on a subject of immense historical importance and one with sufficient drama to allow a good writer to keep the reader engaged. But what I really like about it is how Morris approaches a comparatively ancient period with the uncertainty of our knowledge not simply addressed or hinted at but m...
Tags: England, London, News, Congress, France, Iraq, Russia, Israel, US, Jerusalem, Turkey, Syria, Rome, West, United States, Egypt

Energy Advocates Say Ohio Is Behind Other States in Renewable Energy Initiatives

The leader of the Ohio Senate said he expects his chamber to once again take a look at the requirements for utilities to provide renewable energy while seeking efficiencies. But advanced energy advocates say that continues to put Ohio behind other states. Advanced Energy Economy ’s Ray Fakhoury said the market is trending toward the use of renewable and alternative energy sources, and states with policies that back those sources are seeing more economic development. Fakhoury said Ohio is in dang...
Tags: Ohio, Medina, Andy Chow, Ohio Senate, Republican Senate, Larry Obhof, Fakhoury, Advanced Energy Economy, Ray Fakhoury

Ohio Senate President Wants More Tax Cuts

State lawmakers are now considering an 18 cent per gallon increase in the gas tax proposed by the administation of Gov. Mike DeWine . It would plug a hole of more than a billion dollars in the Department of Transportation’s budget. But one legislative leader said they’re also looking for ways to cut taxes – again. Republican Senate President Larry Obhof of Medina noted that the income tax has been cut in the last four state budgets. And he said in this upcoming two-year budget, his caucus is int...
Tags: Ohio, Department Of Transportation, Medina, Karen Kasler, Ohio Senate, Republican Senate, Mike DeWine, Larry Obhof, Obhof

Restaurateur Who Trains and Employs Former Inmates Tells Akron Audience Why it Works

A criminal record often makes it difficult to find employment. But a Cleveland chef has found success employing former prison inmates. Brandon Chrostowski of Edwin’s Restaurant in Shaker Square told the Akron Roundtable Thursday it’s about giving people confidence and skill. “The NFL has no problem hiring someone who’s been in prison because they have an elite skill that can make or save them money. In business it’s no different. Our grads have 55 jobs waiting to hire. They have an elite skill t...
Tags: NFL, Cleveland, Sarah Taylor, Medina, Shaker Square, Edwin, Brandon Chrostowski, Chrostowski, Akron Roundtable, Shaker Square Chrostowski

Ohio Senate Republicans Take Aim at 'Burdensome' Regulations

Ohio Republicans have made it a top priority this legislative session to cut state regulatory restrictions. Senate Bill 1 calls for a 30 percent reduction in regulatory restrictions over the next three years. Senate President Larry Obhof of Medina is a cosponsor. He said a study has found Ohio has more than 246-thousand restrictions, a number he calls burdensome. “What’s the effect of those rules on people’s liberty, what’s effect on the economy, on small businesses ability to operate and can we...
Tags: Senate, House, Ohio, Sarah Taylor, Sykes, Medina, Akron, Ohio Senate, Senate Bill, Larry Obhof, Emilia Sykes, Obhof

Saudi Arabia tourist visa and sights

Last year, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia began issuing tourist visas for the first time in its history. Previously, only those traveling to Saudi Arabia for work or Muslim pilgrims were permitted to enter the country. Now, the new system promotes the Sharek visa, available to citizens from the US, the Schengen Zone, Australia, Japan, South Korea, South Africa, Brunei, Malaysia, Taiwan, and Singapore, with more countries to be added to this list in the future. Under the Sharek visa system, vi...
Tags: Travel, Google, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, US, World, Unesco, Time Magazine, Mecca, Chris, Medina, Petra, Jeddah, Ksa, All, Scuba

Richest city in U.S. got even richer for third straight year, data show

Also, the west-metro suburb of Medina made its debut in the top 100 of the annual Bloomberg Richest Places index.
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First suspect in Vermont-Boston gun case pleads not guilty

BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) — One of two men charged with bringing drugs to Vermont in exchange for guns they took back to Boston has pleaded not guilty to federal charges. Thirty-four-year-old Darwin Medina entered the plea Tuesday during an appearance before a federal magistrate in Burlington. Prosecutors say Medina and 26-year-old John Guerrero told people […]
Tags: News, Boston, Nation, Vermont, Medina, Burlington, Vt AP, John Guerrero, Darwin Medina, Vermont Boston

9 Valentine’s Day romantic date night ideas at Southern California casinos

The most romantic day of the year is coming up and if you’re racking your brain on how to treat the person you love to a special date, we’ve got you covered with a list of what’s happening at Southern California casinos. This year’s casino offerings range from the standard multi-course dinners overlooking scenic views to the much more novel options, such as a cigar smoking special for two. Here are some Valentine’s Day options for you. 1. Do something for the cigar lover in your life. The newly-...
Tags: New York, Casinos, Restaurants, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Showtime, John Stamos, Casino, Medina, Southern California, Freddy, Pala Casino Spa, Randy Houser, Harrah, Marie Osmond

Heavy rain, flooding causes 12 deaths in Saudi Arabia

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) — Saudi Arabia says 12 people have died and more than 170 have been injured this week due to flooding from heavy rain in the northwest. The Civil Defense says Thursday that 10 people died in the area of Tabuk, one in Medina and another in the Northern Borders region. It […]
Tags: News, Saudi Arabia, Nation, Medina, Civil Defense, Riyadh Saudi Arabia, Tabuk

VOTE: Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week

Each week, publications from the The Southern California News Group’s 11 properties (including the Orange County Register, L.A. Daily News, Press-Enterprise, San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Long Beach Press-Telegram, The Daily Breeze, San Bernardino Sun, Daily Bulletin, Redlands Daily Facts, Whittier Daily News and Pasadena-Star News) nominate Athletes of the Week for their respective region. Each nominee is entered into the overall Southern California Athlete of the Week county-wide vote. Click on ...
Tags: California, Uncategorized, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Mayfair, Notre Dame, Collins, High School Sports, Medina, Marcus, Eagles, Broncos, Norwalk, Christopher, Simpson

DC Circuit showcases Second Amendment's second-class status by holding very old, non-violent felony eliminates right to keep arms

A few days ago at PrawfsBlawg, Gerard Magliocca touched off a debate over the reach and application of the Second Amendment via this post titled "The Bill of Rights Has First-Class and Coach Tickets."  His post riffs off a recent Third Circuit opinion upholding a New Jersey ammunition limit that prompted lengthy dissent by Judge Bibas.  And, as noted in this post from last year, Justice Thomas has lamented in a cert denial that the Second Amendment has become "constitutional orphan."  Long-time ...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, New Jersey, Medina, Thomas, Whitaker, Third Circuit, Heller, DC Circuit, Douglas A Berman, Schrader, Jorge Medina, PrawfsBlawg Gerard Magliocca

5 Unmissable Things To Do In Luderitz, Namibia

A Bavarian-style city may not be what you expect to find in the southern part of Africa, but Luderitz, Namibia has plenty of surprises. Claudia shares five of the best things to do in this unique African destination.  All travellers would agree visiting Luderitz is one of the top things to do in Namibia. Located in the south of the country on one of the most inhospitable coasts of southern Africa, this small town of around 18000 people which was founded in 1883 and named after the person who ...
Tags: Travel, Africa, Atlantic, South Africa, Mauritius, Namibia, Medina, Atlantic Ocean, Windhoek, Cape Town South Africa, Air Namibia, Claudia, Europe Africa, Lüderitz, Luderitz Namibia, Rock Church

Ohio Hunters Harvest More Than 14,000 Deer During Muzzleloader Season

Ohio Hunters Harvest More Than 14,000 Deer During Muzzleloader Season COLUMBUS, OH – -( Hunters checked 14,182 white-tailed deer during Ohio’s muzzleloader season, Jan. 5-8, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR). During last year’s muzzleloader season, 13,268 white-tailed deer were checked. Hunters still have opportunities to pursue deer this winter, as archery season remains open through Sunday, Feb. 3 2019. The ODNR Division of Wildlife remains committed...
Tags: Guns, Washington, America, Williams, Fairfield, Athens, Warren, Miami, Ohio, Knox, Jackson, Madison, Delaware, Ross, Montgomery, Hamilton

Woodland Hills street becomes chanting ground for LA teachers strike supporters

Dozens of students, parents and teachers took to the streets in Woodland Hills Friday to show their support for Los Angeles teachers who are expected to go on strike Monday. Daneh Gallo, a fifth-grade teacher from Welby Way Elementary School, in West Hills, said she was not concerned about a pay raise but rather about her class size. “I had kids who were on a suicide watch and kids who were depressed,” she said, adding that with social media “the essence of our jobs has changed, but the district...
Tags: News, Education, La, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Lausd, Local News, Kennedy, Medina, Violet, Ventura Blvd, Woodland Hills, San Fernando Valley, Julian, Los Angeles Daily News

See inside the secretive Seattle suburb that's home to Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates, where streets are lined with opulent waterfront mansions behind tall gates and security cameras

Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos announced Wednesday that he and his wife, MacKenzie Bezos, will be getting divorced. The Bezos family lives in the secluded Seattle suburb of Medina, Washington, which is home to numerous tech execs. In January 2018, Business Insider visited the neighborhood to see what a billionaire neighborhood really looks like. On Wednesday, Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos tweeted that he and his wife, MacKenzie, will get divorced.  The Bezos family, which is the riches...
Tags: Amazon, Microsoft, Trends, Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, Seattle, Medina, Bezos, MacKenzie, Lake Washington, Medina Beach Park, Seattle Microsoft, Medina Washington, MacKenzie Bezos, Evergreen Point Floating Bridge, Seattle Times Medina

Jeff Bezos and his family own at least 6 massive properties across the US. Here's a look at the homes, from a sprawling Seattle estate to a set of historic NYC condos

Jeff Bezos, the richest man in the world, announced on Wednesday that he and his wife MacKenzie are filing for divorce. He's the country's 28th largest landowner, according to a 2017 report. He owns property in Washington state, Beverly Hills, California, Texas, Washington, DC, and New York City. It's safe to say that Jeff Bezos, who announced today that he and wife MacKenzie are filing for divorce, has cash to burn. He's worth roughly $137 billion and owns 16% of the Amazon empire. So where...
Tags: Amazon, Microsoft, Washington, New York City, US, Trends, Bill Gates, Beverly Hills, Jeff Bezos, Seattle, Wall Street Journal, Medina, Jeff, Bezos, MacKenzie, Lake Washington

Morning Headlines: Canton Repeals Panhandling Ordinance, CVS Buys Medina-Based Pharmacy

Here are your morning headlines for Friday, January 8: Canton repeals panhandling ordinance; CVS buys Medina-based pharmacy; Akron Mayor Dan Horrigan releases plan for tax-increase funds; Cuyahoga County corrections officer accused of attacking inmate; U.S. Supreme Court rejects hearing for Akron man sentenced to death; Goodyear blimp inducted into College Hall of Fame; Canton repeals panhandling ordinance Canton City Council voted to repeal its panhandling ordinance Monday night. The Repository...
Tags: Aclu, Cvs, Medina, Akron, Cuyahoga County, U S Supreme Court, Canton, Goodyear, Youngstown, Dan Horrigan, Canton City Council, Twinsburg, College Hall of Fame, Canton Repeals Panhandling Ordinance CVS

Study: Important World Heritage Sites At Risk In Climate Change

The vast majority—47 of the World Heritage Sites studied—were found to be potentially threatened by coastal erosion or storm surges by the end of the century. Specifically, 37 of the sites were found to be at risk from a 100-year flood or storm surge, and 42 to be at risk from coastal erosion. Just two of the sites studied, Medina of Tunis and Xanthos-Letoon, were found not to be facing any risk from either of those two hazards by 2100. – Pacific Standard
Tags: Art, Issues, Medina, Tunis, 12.25.18, Xanthos Letoon

Servite’s Marcus Medina voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week

Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week: Marcus Medina Sport: Wrestling School: Servite Noteworthy: He was MVP of the Mann Classic tournament at Marina High. Medina, a freshman wrestling at 120 pounds, pinned all five of his opponents, including a pin of Marina’s Mike McCoy in the championship match as Servite won the team championship of the prestigious event. “He wrestled very smartly,” Servite coach Alan Clinton said of Medina. “He was very mat savvy. He did everything he was supposed to...
Tags: Uncategorized, Sports, Sport, Soccer, High School Sports, Medina, Arlington, Marina, Mike McCoy, Athlete of the Week, Marcus Medina, Andre Henry St Francis, Servite, Justin Rene, High School Wrestling, Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week

VOTE: Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week

Each week, publications from the The Southern California News Group’s 11 properties (including the Orange County Register, L.A. Daily News, Press-Enterprise, San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Long Beach Press-Telegram, The Daily Breeze, San Bernardino Sun, Daily Bulletin, Redlands Daily Facts, Whittier Daily News and Pasadena-Star News) nominate Athletes of the Week for their respective region. Each nominee is entered into the overall Southern California Athlete of the Week county-wide vote. Click on ...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Nba, Cypress, Chatsworth, Hall, High School Sports, Medina, Lions, Henry, Los Altos, Arlington, Cabrillo, Marina, Panthers

State Leaders Prepare for Possible Vetoes, Overrides

The Ohio House and Senate are bracing themselves for a busier than usual week after Christmas. What is usually time spent away from the Statehouse could be used to override potential vetoes from the governor. Two abortion bans, a pro-gun bill, and a pay raise for elected officials are all on Gov. John Kasich’s desk. All are bills he’s hinted he’ll veto. But with supermajorities in both the House and Senate, leaders are preparing to come back after Christmas for possible overrides. Republican Sen...
Tags: Senate, House, Ohio, Donald Trump, Medina, General Assembly, John Kasich, Statehouse, Andy Chow, Ohio House, Kasich, Republican Senate, Larry Obhof, Obhof

Morning Headlines: Cuyahoga County Jail Protest Planned, Tent City Operator Proposes Boarding House

Here are your morning headlines for Tuesday, December 11: Activists to protest inhumane jail conditions; Two charged in planning attacks near Toledo; Homeless tent city operator proposes boarding house; MetroHealth expands to Medina; Akron approves $3.6M relocation grant for Babcock & Wilcox; Sarasota flights added at Hopkins; Kasich calls for revamp of education program; Goodyear to halt production in Venezuela; Youngstown fire kills 5 children; Cuyahoga County jail protest planned Community ac...
Tags: Venezuela, Medina, Toledo, Hopkins, Akron, Cuyahoga County, Kasich, MetroHealth, Sarasota, Goodyear, Youngstown, Babcock Wilcox, Cuyahoga County Council