Member Center:Create Account|Log InManage Account|Log Out HOMEMobile AlertsKPLC TV LinksKPLC Gas Price TrackerHurricane CenterRight This Minute Video CoverageU.S. & World NewsNewsTop Video ClipsLegal CornerThe New Family TreeHometown Heroes7 On Your SideSlideshowsConsider ThisWEATHERLatest river stages, forecastsHurricane CenterFirst Alert Allergen IndexMarine Forecast and Tide TimesFishing & Hunting ForecastNational Weather ServiceKPLC Personal ForecastProgramming a Midland Weather RadioBen's FacebookWade's FacebookTrafficSPORTSTouchdown LiveLSUSEC FootballMcNeese State SportsSaints and NFLHigh School SportsSports Person Of The WeekOutdoorsCrimeSkyCamsHEALTHThe New Family TreeTV ListingsContestsAbout UsContact KPLCRequest a copy of a news storyAdvertising on KPLC and kplctv.comJobs at KPLCKPLC InternshipsKPLC Production ProfileRaycom MediaCW Caught on video: Pit bull attacks woman on Subway 2018-04-26T03:18:25Z2018-04-26T03:20:24Z Authorities in New York City are … [Read more...] about Caught on video: Pit bull attacks woman on Subway
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Driving the Day Good Thursday morning. BIG DAY -- HOUSE REPUBLICANS have their tax bill on the floor. PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP heads to HC-5 -- their Capitol basement meeting room -- to hold a rally, of sorts, for the House tax bill. He's scheduled to talk around 11:30 a.m. SPOILER ALERT: the House will pass their bill quite easily. Democrats won't vote for it. The ease with which this is getting through has surprised some House Republicans. We don’t expect Trump to appear publicly with any lawmakers at the Capitol, though. OUR QUESTION: Will Trump have Republicans to the White House to celebrate like he did with the health care bill before it exploded in the Senate? … Rachael Bade and Heather Caygle with more on the state of play in the House http://politi.co/2juEqXW -- FOR WHAT IT'S WORTH: This is a big internal victory for Speaker Paul Ryan, House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, House Majority Whip Steve Scalise, Rep. Patrick McHenry, the chief deputy whip, and Ways and … [Read more...] about HOUSE TAX VOTE TODAY … TRUMP to the Hill, where he’ll see the GLORY of HC-5 — RON JOHNSON comes out against GOP tax plan — HANNITY: Let the people of Ala. decide on Moore — CORNYN, MURPHY make gun database deal
That’s a lotta Gaga. A Manhattan Federal Court judge has ordered celebrity shutterbug Terry Richardson to hand over a whopping 142,000 pictures he took of Lady Gaga during her 2011 “Monster Ball” tour, [email protected] has exclusively learned. Gaga’s former assistant Jennifer O’Neill contends the pictures are important evidence in her pending lawsuit against Gaga for overtime money she claims she’s owed, because they show how closely she worked with the superstar — and the crazy hours she put in. Marc Piasecki/WireImage Lady Gaga (right) sighted at Palais Royal on Dec. 21, 2010 in Paris with personal assistant Jennifer O'Neill by her side. O’Neill, 42, worked for the “Born This Way” singer from 2009 to 2011. She claimed in a 2011 court filing that she is owed $393,000 for 7,168 hours of overtime plus damages. PHOTOS: LADY GAGA: THE ULTIMATE COSTUMER Gaga, aka Stefani Germanotta, 27, has been fighting the suit … [Read more...] about Judge tells Terry Richardson to turn over thousands of Lady Gaga pics in wages lawsuit
Red Bull didn’t give him wings — it gave him a heart attack, a bombshell lawsuit alleges. Brooklyn father Cory Terry, 33, died during a basketball game after downing the caffeine-laden beverage — and his relatives are blaming the world’s largest energy drink maker. Their $85 million lawsuit, to be filed Monday, is believed to be the first wrongful death suit against Red Bull. The popular drink contains “extra stimulants that make it different than a cup of coffee,” said lawyer Ilya Novofastovsky. “They are more dangerous than what Red Bull lets on.” Red Bull declined to address any particular case. But a spokeswoman says the company has sold some 35 billion cans in 165 countries over the past 25 years “because health authorities across the world have concluded that Red Bull Energy Drink is safe to consume.” Terry, a construction worker from Bedford-Stuyvesant who left behind a 13-year-old son, was a healthy, … [Read more...] about Brooklyn man killed by drinking Red Bull, $85 million lawsuit alleges
Eli Manning and the New York Giants will wage a battle against what they called a meritless lawsuit filed Wednesday in New Jersey that claims that the quarterback and his team sold bogus “game-worn” jerseys, helmets and other bogus collectibles to unsuspecting customers. “The Giants told me this suit is completely without merit and I have no reason to believe otherwise,” Manning said Thursday as his brother Peyton prepared to play in Sunday's Super Bowl. “The Giants are going to fight it and so will I.” The New Jersey memorabilia dealer who filed the suit, in fact, has a dubious past — even by the dog-eat-dog standards of the sports collectibles industry. Eric Inselberg, who filed the complaint in Bergen County Superior Court, was linked in 2007 to a fake Michael Jordan warmup jacket scam that helped spark an exhaustive Chicago FBI investigation into fraud and corruption in the sports memorabilia industry that continues to this day. … [Read more...] about Eli Manning says he and NY Giants will fight lawsuit claiming they sold ‘fake’ sports collectibles
Thierry Henry has come to America, to the New York Red Bulls, for a lot of reasons: For the city, for the soccer, for friends, for the money. And there is another factor, too: Henry finally will get a break from the sort of overt racism that permeates sectors of European football, and that has led him to crusade against such behavior throughout his career. "I don't really know how it is here," Henry said about racial relations in U.S. sports. "But I never heard of anything bad, and that's great." There are, of course, examples galore of racial insensitivity in American sports, from player taunts aimed at hockey's Donald Brashear, to the mere image of Chief Wahoo in Cleveland. But it all pales in comparison to the garbage tolerated for too long in places like Spain and Italy, or in the hardscrabble Paris suburb of Les Ulis, where Henry grew up as an outsider, the son of parents from the Lesser Antilles. Even at his introductory Red Bull press conference on Thursday, Henry made a … [Read more...] about New York Red Bulls French striker Thierry Henry expects more tolerant fans, less racism in U.S., MLS
Ray Emery made 20 saves for his first playoff shutout, leading the Senators to a 3-0 victory over the Penguins last night in Ottawa to win their first-round series in five games. Dany Heatley, Antoine Vermette and Chris Kelly scored second-period goals. The Senators scored three times in the middle period and held 19-year-old sensation Sidney Crosby without a point for a second straight game.Ryan Getzlaf scored the go-ahead goal late in the second period as the host Ducks advanced to the second round with a 4-1 win over the Wild in Game 5 of their series.Brenden Morrow scored 6:22 into overtime and Marty Turco made 21 saves to lead the visiting Stars to a 1-0 win over the Canucks, Dallas avoiding being knocked out in just five games for a third straight playoffs.Daymond Langkow scored twice, including the winner in the second period, as the host Flames tied their series against the Red Wings with a 3-2 win.After six losing seasons without a trip to the playoffs, the Columbus Blue … [Read more...] about Pens, Wild bounced; Oden all but in draft
A Queens man who was pushed through a plate-glass window by an NYPD sergeant chasing him for stiffing a cabbie out of a $10 fare has pocketed a $120,000 settlement from the city despite admitting he was drunk as a skunk and “deserved what I got.” Brett Fasulo, 31, scored the payday after a federal judge ruled that his excessive force and assault claims against Sgt. Louis Fishman could proceed to a civil trial. The settlement papers were filed Wednesday in Brooklyn Federal Court. The sergeant secretly recorded a conversation with Fasulo at the 111th Precinct after his wounds were stitched up at the hospital, and he was all apologies. “I’m sorry,” Fasulo said, according to a transcript of the audiotape. “I swear I was blacking out. I didn’t have any idea that I was being chased by a cop. “I deserve what I got. I was a total a------e,” he said. A spokesman for the city Law Department … [Read more...] about EXCLUSIVE: Drunken Queens man stiffs cabbie, gets hurt in fight with police — and now collects $120G to settle lawsuit