Flight attendant delivers passenger’s baby on board Frontier Airlines flight

(CNN) — A woman gave birth to a healthy baby in a lavatory on board a Frontier Airlines flight, according to a Facebook post from the airline. The passenger went into early labor during the flight from Denver (DEN) to Orlando (MCO), said the post, which was shared on May 17. Flight attendant Diana Giraldo then… Continue reading Flight attendant delivers passenger’s baby on board Frontier Airlines flight

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Woman attacked, shot in own apartment; 4 suspects sought

SAN DIEGO – A 24-year-old woman was hospitalized Thursday after being attacked in her apartment by a group of people including a former roommate and then shot in the neck, police said. Officers responded about 9:30 p.m. to the apartment in the 5300 block of Napa Street in San Diego’s Morena neighborhood, according to San… Continue reading Woman attacked, shot in own apartment; 4 suspects sought

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After 17 months in jail, man accused of arson, felonies gets lesser charge

AUSTIN (KXAN) — A man accused of arson and making homemade incendiary and explosive devices in January 2021 has had two felony charges against him dismissed and the arson charge reduced to a misdemeanor after spending 17 months in Travis County jail, according to court records. The Lone Star Fugitive Taskforce — a group comprised… Continue reading After 17 months in jail, man accused of arson, felonies gets lesser charge

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Denver metro area snowstorm timeline

DENVER (KDVR) — Snow will arrive in Denver on Friday afternoon and evening. The Pinpoint Weather Team has issued Pinpoint Weather Alert Days for Friday and Saturday. Here’s a look at the timeline for the storm for Denver: Morning commute: Mist10 a.m.: Rain showersNoon: Rain/snow mix5 p.m.: Mix to snow7 p.m.: SnowSaturday 9-10 a.m.: Snow… Continue reading Denver metro area snowstorm timeline

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4 things we heard from Chicago Bears assistant coaches, including Justin Fields reinforcing expectations

Chicago Bears offensive assistants spoke to the media Tuesday for the first time this offseason after the second day of organized team activities at Halas Hall. Here are four things we heard as the new coaches continue to get to know their players. 1. Quarterbacks coach Andrew Janocko has been impressed with the work Justin… Continue reading 4 things we heard from Chicago Bears assistant coaches, including Justin Fields reinforcing expectations

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Review: ‘Men’ stumbles on its way through the scary woods

By Mark Kennedy | Associated Press Somewhere in the southwest of England is a sprawling stone estate nestled along hedge-lined lanes that you can rent, complete with wood fireplaces, low oak beams, an apple tree in the yard and a room for a baby grand piano. But the listing on Airbnb, Vrbo or Booking.com might… Continue reading Review: ‘Men’ stumbles on its way through the scary woods

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Opinion: 1 million COVID deaths somehow understates enormity of the loss

A million Americans have been lost to the pandemic, according to the federal government’s official count, making this a disaster that defies most comparisons. And yet it’s so much worse. By the time the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced that the nation had reached the bleak crossroads this week, it was in all… Continue reading Opinion: 1 million COVID deaths somehow understates enormity of the loss

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