One Killed in Pedestrian Crash in The Hollywood Hills [Los Angeles, CA]

Hollywood Hills Pedestrian Crash Left One Dead LOS ANGELES, CA (October 5, 2021) – Police are investigating a pedestrian crash on Hollywood Hills that killed one individual last Thursday. Officers responded to the incident around 2:12 a.m. when a vehicle struck a pedestrian on 101 Freeway and Cahuenga Boulevard. Upon arrival, officers located the pedestrian… Continue reading One Killed in Pedestrian Crash in The Hollywood Hills [Los Angeles, CA]

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Officials: California oil pipeline split, apparently dragged

HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. (AP) — The pipeline that leaked tens of thousands of gallons of oil into the water off Southern California was split open and apparently dragged along the ocean floor, authorities said Tuesday. Coast Guard Capt. Rebecca Ore said divers determined about 4,000 feet (1,219 meters) of the pipeline was “laterally displaced” by… Continue reading Officials: California oil pipeline split, apparently dragged

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Illinois fisherman reels in over $100,000 prize at Missouri’s Bass Bash

WARSAW, Mo. – An Illinois man won the top prize at Missouri’s Bass Bash. The fishing competition offered a total of $325,000 in cash prizes at Truman Lake and the Lake of the Ozarks over the weekend. Jim Morrison, of O’Fallon, Illinois, landed the biggest fish to win $101,500. He caught a 7″ long bass… Continue reading Illinois fisherman reels in over $100,000 prize at Missouri’s Bass Bash

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Brian Laundrie’s sister urges brother to surrender, says parents should ‘come clean’ if they helped him disappear

TAMPA, Fla. — Brian Laundrie’s sister urged her brother to surrender and her parents to “come clean” if they have anything to do with his disappearance in an interview with ABC’s “Good Morning America.” Cassie Laundrie told ABC she doesn’t know where her brother is, but if she did she would “turn him in.” Brian… Continue reading Brian Laundrie’s sister urges brother to surrender, says parents should ‘come clean’ if they helped him disappear

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Jackie Chan says Bruce Lee once helped him get paid more on set in unearthed 1997 interview

A previously unpublished interview with action star Jackie Chan from 1997 revealed just how much he looked up to martial arts icon Bruce Lee. The king of martial arts: The interview, conducted by journalist Richard James Havis, shed light on the actor’s early days as a stunt choreographer where he witnessed Lee’s rise to global… Continue reading Jackie Chan says Bruce Lee once helped him get paid more on set in unearthed 1997 interview

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‘American Born Chinese’ Disney Plus series to be helmed by ‘Shang-Chi’ director Destin Daniel Cretton

“American Born Chinese” is getting a series adaptation on Disney Plus, and “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” director Destin Daniel Cretton is set to direct. What we know so far: The adaptation of Gene Luen Yang’s award-winning 2006 graphic novel was announced by Disney on Oct. 4, with Yang onboard as an… Continue reading ‘American Born Chinese’ Disney Plus series to be helmed by ‘Shang-Chi’ director Destin Daniel Cretton

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Yosemite restoration of 1917 Laundry Building showcases ‘almost erased’ history of Chinese workers

A Chinese laundry facility built in 1917 has been restored and opened to the public to honor the “almost erased” history of the Chinese migrant workers who built vital roads in Yosemite National Park and supported its foundations since 1874. Cultural significance: The building served a generation of Chinese workers who were employed at the… Continue reading Yosemite restoration of 1917 Laundry Building showcases ‘almost erased’ history of Chinese workers

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‘We just gave’r’: Inside the Totten Mine rescue from a kilometre below the earth

Danny Taillefer and Jason Leger were in the middle of a first aid refresher course when the phone rang. Shawn Rideout, the chief rescue officer with Ontario Mine Rescue, was on the other end. There were 39 miners stuck underground at Totten Mine near Sudbury, Ont., after the mine shaft was compromised, he said. There… Continue reading ‘We just gave’r’: Inside the Totten Mine rescue from a kilometre below the earth

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