Italian leg of Euro tour nets honorary innovation diploma for Tim Cook

– Advertisement – Apple CEO Tim Cook’s unannounced European tour has taken him to the United Kingdom, Germany and Italy to date. And on certainly one of his newest stops, he acquired an honorary grasp’s diploma Thursday from the Università Degli Studi di Napoli Federico II in Naples, Italy. – Advertisement – “It’s an honor… Continue reading Italian leg of Euro tour nets honorary innovation diploma for Tim Cook

Former CSU chancellor fumbled sexual harassment complaints, probe confirms

A report released Thursday, Sept. 29, by the California State University Chancellor’s Office confirmed allegations that former Chancellor Joseph Castro failed to properly address sexual harassment complaints against a former Cal State Fresno administrator when Castro was president there. Castro resigned as CSU Chancellor in February amid the scandal, first reported in USA Today, alleging… Continue reading Former CSU chancellor fumbled sexual harassment complaints, probe confirms

Florida hurricane ‘street shark’ goes viral

Photos and videos of sharks and other marine life swimming in suburban floodwaters make for popular hoaxes during massive storms. But a cellphone video filmed during Hurricane Ian’s assault on southwest Florida isn’t just another fish story. The eye-popping video, which showed a large, dark fish with sharp dorsal fins thrashing around an inundated Fort… Continue reading Florida hurricane ‘street shark’ goes viral

Man pleads guilty in connection with death of girlfriend’s son Elijah Lewis

A 30-year-old New Hampshire man pled guilty for manslaughter and other charges in the death of his girlfriend’s 5-year-old son, Elijah Lewis, who was found dead in a Massachusetts park. Joseph Stapf pled to manslaughter, second-degree assault, falsifying physical evidence and witness tampering. He could face a sentence of 22 to 45 years behind bars.… Continue reading Man pleads guilty in connection with death of girlfriend’s son Elijah Lewis

Glenn Carangalan Killed in Traffic Crash on Lone Pine Canyon Road [Victorville, CA]

Car Accident near Ridley Court Left One Fatality VICTORVILLE, CA (September 29, 2022) – Friday afternoon, Glenn Carangalan died after a traffic crash on Lone Pine Canyon Road. The deadly incident occurred around 1:34 p.m., west of Ridley Court in Wrightwood, according to initial reports. Unfortunately, first responders declared 31-year-old Glenn Carangalan from Victorville, dead… Continue reading Glenn Carangalan Killed in Traffic Crash on Lone Pine Canyon Road [Victorville, CA]

Led By Migrants Fleeing Communism, Border Crossings Are at Historic Levels

Border Patrol agents at the wall near Tijuana in September. (Zoë Meyers/inewsource) Unauthorized migrant crossings at the southwest border are at an all time high –– more than 1.9 million in the last 11 months. That number, combined with the migrants who arrived at ports of entry, brought the total number of encounters at the… Continue reading Led By Migrants Fleeing Communism, Border Crossings Are at Historic Levels

Experts: Mexico jeopardizes justice in missing students case

MEXICO CITY (AP) — A group of international experts investigating the 2014 disappearances of 43 students in southern Mexico says the country’s attorney general has created “obstacles” to justice, apparently in a rush to show results. The Interdisciplinary Group of Independent Experts was created by the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights to investigate the Sept.… Continue reading Experts: Mexico jeopardizes justice in missing students case

Holocaust survivor who escaped synagogue massacre dies

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Judah Samet, a Holocaust survivor who narrowly escaped a shooting rampage at a Pittsburgh synagogue in 2018, died Tuesday. He was 84. Samet, who survived the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in World War II, was running a few minutes late for services at the Tree of Life of Life synagogue and was just… Continue reading Holocaust survivor who escaped synagogue massacre dies

NJ official eyed for chief in city where George Floyd died

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey said Thursday that he is nominating a former public safety director from Newark, New Jersey, as his top pick for the city’s next police chief, at a time when the department is struggling with depleted staffing and the uncertainty of an ongoing federal investigation following the killing of… Continue reading NJ official eyed for chief in city where George Floyd died

TV reporter rescues nurse trapped in automobile throughout Hurricane Ian flooding

An Orlando-based tv news reporter rescued a stranded a nurse whose automobile was disabled by huge flooding brought on by Hurricane Ian. Television cameras recorded dramatic footage displaying WESH-TV news correspondent Tony Atkins extricating the girl from her idled automobile, which was surrounded by a number of toes of floodwaters. Atkins carried the stranded girl… Continue reading TV reporter rescues nurse trapped in automobile throughout Hurricane Ian flooding