Migrants, who are part of a Central American migrant caravan, leave Mexicali for Tijuana, Mexico, earlier this week. (AP) Developing now, Friday, Nov. 23, 2018 Small group breaks from caravan , within 500 feet of US border Trump contradicts CIA assessment on Khashoggi killing, report says Thanksgiving Day on pace for record $3.7B in online sales Trump warns ‘ whole border’ will shut if immigration becomes ‘uncontrollable’ Leaning Tower of Pisa may have to change its name. It’s not leaning like it once did THE LEAD STORY: A group of about 150 migrants carrying white flags that read, "La paz y Dios," or "Peace and God are With Us," separated from the larger caravan near Southern California and inched within 500 feet of the U.S., a report Thursday said. The migrants said they are carrying the white flags to show that they are peaceful, and will attempt to present themselves as asylum seekers near Baja, Calif. President Trump … [Read more...] about FOX NEWS FIRST: Small group reportedly breaks from caravan, within 500 feet of US border
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The broadcast, anchored by Jeff Glor, will set up shop at the Toyota Center By Cary Darling Published 12:11 pm CDT, Friday, October 19, 2018 "CBS Evening News" anchor Jeff Glor >>Here are the TV shows and movies that have been set in or filmed in Texas... "CBS Evening News" anchor Jeff Glor >>Here are the TV shows and movies that have been set in or filmed in Texas... Photo: CBS Film: "The Last Picture Show"Setting: Anarene, TexasWhere it was filmed: Archer City, Olney, Holliday, Wichita FallsRotten Tomatoes score: 100% Film: "The Last Picture Show" Setting: Anarene, Texas Where it was filmed: Archer City, Olney, Holliday, Wichita Falls Rotten Tomatoes score: 100% Photo: Michael Ochs Archives, Getty Images Film: "Boyhood"Setting: Throughout TexasWhere it was filmed: Austin, San Marcos, Bastrop, Alpine, … [Read more...] about CBS Evening News coming from Houston on Monday
Kyle Swenson, The Washington Post Published 6:11 am CDT, Monday, July 30, 2018 Samantha Stewart wasn't answering her phone and she missed her night shift as a nurse at a hospital. Her concerned father, Kenneth Stewart, went to check on her at the 29-year-old's home in the Springfield Gardens neighborhood of Queens on July 17. In his daughter's second-floor bedroom, he discovered Samantha's lifeless body wrapped in a sheet. "I turned her over trying to shake her and say 'Samantha,'" Kenneth Stewart told ABC 7. "No response. I realized when I turned her over, she was dead." She lay in a pool of blood. All her teeth had been reportedly knocked out. Police would later determine Stewart had been killed by trauma to the neck and head. MySA News Videos Now Playing: Now Playing The Docket: Luis Antonio Arroyo Media: San Antonio Express-News Man assaulted, shot near North Side high school, police say Media: San Antonio Express-News SAPD: 2 drivers arrested … [Read more...] about He allegedly used Tinder to target and kill a N.Y. nurse. Police say they found him in LA attacking another woman.
Mini-golfers at the city's Sherman Oaks Castle Park are warned. No refunds! LA Observed photo by Sean Roderick. LA Observed on Twitter. We're also on Instagram. Long Beach media move beginsThe new Long Beach media venture began news reporting last week. The effort is under the name of the Long Beach Post, an existing news operation which was acquired and expanded with former staffers from the Press-Telegram, the daily SoCal News Group paper in Long Beach. New publisher David Sommers addressed the readers: For the past few months, a group of journalists and concerned local residents have collaborated behind the scenes to rethink how Long Beach — the second-largest city in Los Angeles County — should be covered. We believe Long Beach, and every community, deserves a publication that is essential to its readers, a publication that holds leaders to account, one that is locally owned and operated, one where profits are reinvested in the growth of the publication and the … [Read more...] about LA Observed Notes: Long Beach, LAist, Soon-Shiong and much more
Saturday crew at the LA Times took to the roof to toast the sale of the paper by Tronc. Posted to Twitter by data journalist Paul Duginski. LA Observed on Twitter. And a few others on Instagram. Soon-Shiong takes over the LA Times (finally)Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong, the cancer researcher and former UCLA physician who is one of Los Angeles' richest men, on Monday will officially become the owner of the Los Angeles. He's been angling to bring the Times back under local ownership for some years now, and he says that newspapers have been in his blood since he was a delivery boy back in his native South Africa. The purchase includes Hoy and the San Diego Union-Tribune. He's saying the right things about the role of journalism and building the Times back up into a healthy business and a strong news organization. "Fake news is the cancer of our times," he says, appearing to mean the big societal problem of people being misled by bots and disinformation, not the cynically dishonest "fake news" … [Read more...] about LA Observed Notes: Soon-Shiong era at LA Times begins