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Police are searching for a man who threw a Molotov cocktail at a New Jersey temple early Sunday morning. The man threw the flammable device at the front door of Temple Ner Tamid in Bloomfield, a township about 7 miles north of Newark, around 3:19 a.m., Bloomfield police said. Police are searching for a man who threw a Molotov cocktail at a New Jersey synagogue. Bloomfield Division of Public SafetyPolice responded to the temple at 9:30 a.m. Sunday after a report of property damage. "Let me be clear: there is no place for violence or hate in New Jersey and I strongly condemn these acts," Democratic Gov.
In his statement, Patrick Clancy said the couple's marriage "was wonderful and diametrically grew stronger as her condition rapidly worsened." Plymouth County DA Timothy Cruz had previously said prosecutors would be arraigning Lindsay Clancy on murder charges as soon as they could. In his statement, Patrick Clancy said his children "gave me purpose and I never took it for granted. "I took so much pride in being Lindsay’s husband and a dad to Cora, Dawson, and Callan. Patrick Clancy wrote that he promises to "put all my energy into healing and rediscovering my purpose."
As Americans enter the third year of the pandemic, most workers just aren't into their jobs, with nearly three-fourths saying they're either not engaged or actively disengaged at work, according to new Gallup data released Wednesday. Only 32% of American workers said they were engaged at work last year, down from an all-time high of 36% in 2020 and 34% in 2021, the data shows. Workers who are actively disengaged "are disgruntled and disloyal because most of their workplace needs are unmet," according to Gallup. Both women and younger workers value freedom and autonomy in the workplace, Harter said. Hybrid workers saw 2% increases in both active disengagement and "quiet quitting," and a 4% drop in engagement.
An elderly Las Vegas couple were found dead in California's Death Valley National Park in what authorities said Wednesday was a murder-suicide. He told the 911 operator where to find the couple, the park service said. The husband left a note in the couple's car explaining that his wife was suffering from chronic health issues, according to the National Park Service. Law enforcement officials from the Inyo County Sheriff’s Office, the Inyo County Coroner’s Office, the National Park Service, California Highway Patrol and the Bureau of Land Management responded to the incident. You can also call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-8255, text HOME to 741741 or visit SpeakingOfSuicide.com/resources for additional resources.
Two children are dead and their mother and an infant are hospitalized following the mother's alleged attempted suicide at the family's Massachusetts home, officials said. A five-year-old girl and a three-year-old boy were pronounced dead after being transported to a hospital, according to Cruz. An eight-month-old infant was transported to a Boston hospital by helicopter, and he and the children's mother remain hospitalized, according to Cruz. Two children are dead and their mother and an infant are hospitalized following the mother's attempted suicide at the family's home in Duxbury, Mass., on Tuesday. Two children are dead and their mother and an infant are hospitalized following the mother's attempted suicide at the family's home in Duxbury, Mass., on Tuesday.
Four dogs fatally attacked a boy in Idaho on Saturday and caused injuries to his mother, leading the dogs to be put down and their owners to be cited with 15 local violations, police said. Both the boy and his mother — neither of whom are tribal members — suffered injuries and were transported to the Portneuf Medical Center, about 13 miles south. Their relationship to the dogs' owners was not immediately clear. A GoFundMe page identifies the mother as Emily and the boy who died as Kellan, and states Emily "did everything in her power to protect Kellan from that attack." There is no federal dangerous dog law, according to the Animal Legal Defense Fund, so it is unclear what federal charges, if any, the dogs' owners could face.
Walt Disney World has closed its famous Splash Mountain water ride, the Magic Kingdom attraction that for years had been criticized for having racist roots. Goodbye, Splash Mountain,” read the caption of one video that had more than 1,300 likes Tuesday afternoon. The website for Tokyo Disneyland does not indicate if or when its Splash Mountain ride will close. A representative for Walt Disney World did not immediately respond to questions Tuesday. Splash Mountain is no stranger to controversy: In 2018, it made headlines when Walt Disney World banned a man who rode it while holding up a "Trump 2020" sign.
A man died in Kansas on Saturday after officials believe he was struck by a rifle that discharged after a dog stepped on it. The dog stepped on the rifle in the back of the truck, causing it to fire and hit the back of the man, who was found in the front passenger seat, he said. Emergency medical personnel administered CPR before the 30-year-old victim, whose name has not yet been released, was pronounced dead at the scene, according to Hay. It was not immediately clear who owned the truck or the dog or who called 911. Representatives for the Sumner County Sheriff’s Office and the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks did not immediately respond to questions.
Brandon Tsay, 26, has been hailed as a hero for disarming the Monterey Park shooter at a dance hall in Alhambra, California. Harrowing video obtained exclusively by NBC News captured the men tussling in what appears to be an empty lobby in the dance hall. A shoving match ensues, and Tsay manages to take the gun away from the man. “We struggled into the lobby, trying to get this gun away from each other,” Tsay told ABC News. The motive in the dance hall attack remains unknown, Luna told reporters Sunday night.
The man who has been hailed as a hero for disarming the Monterey Park shooter at a second dance hall in the nearby city of Alhambra said that the gunman appeared intent on shooting more people there, just minutes after he had already killed 10 people and injured at least 10 more at the first dance hall. Tsay told the Times he had never seen a gun before but could tell this one was particularly deadly. "We struggled into the lobby, trying to get this gun away from each other," Tsay told the network. I was trying to use my elbows to separate the gun away from him, creating some distance." The motive in the dance hall attack remains unknown, Luna told reporters Sunday night.
Share this -Link copiedAlhambra officials release statement on Monterey Park shooting Alhambra officials released a statement on the Monterey Park shooting early Sunday evening. Officials also acknowledged the shooting that occurred in the city after the Monterey Park shooting. Share this -Link copiedPolice release pictures to identify Monterey Park shooting suspect The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department has released pictures seeking to identify the Monterey Park shooting suspect. Law enforcement has connected him to the Monterey Park shooting and a shooting minutes later in Alhambra. Patrons of the Alhambra dance hall wrestled a firearm away from a man about 20 minutes after the Monterey Park shooting.
Share this -Link copiedAlhambra officials release statement on Monterey Park shooting Alhambra officials released a statement on the Monterey Park shooting early Sunday evening. Officials also acknowledged the shooting that occurred in the city after the Monterey Park shooting. Share this -Link copiedPolice release pictures to identify Monterey Park shooting suspect The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department has released pictures seeking to identify the Monterey Park shooting suspect. Law enforcement has connected him to the Monterey Park shooting and a shooting minutes later in Alhambra. Patrons of the Alhambra dance hall wrestled a firearm away from a man about 20 minutes after the Monterey Park shooting.
Brian Walshe during his arraignment Wednesday in Quincy, Mass., on a charge of murdering his wife, Ana Walshe. Ana Walshe replied saying she and her husband had "plans" for February, though it's not clear what that meant. There has not been any activity on Ana Walshe’s credit cards since she was last seen, prosecutors said. Ana Walshe. Ana Walshe was born in Belgrade and holds dual citizenship in Serbia and the U.S., Vlacic previously confirmed.
Brian Walshe, center, listens at his arraignment Wednesday at Quincy District Court, in Quincy, Mass., on a charge of murdering his wife, Ana Walshe. Craig F. Walker / The Boston Globe via AP, PoolThe remains of Ana Walshe, 39, who was last seen around New Year's Day, have not been recovered. via Cohasset PoliceProsecutors also said that Brian Walshe searched Dec. 27 for “what’s the best state to divorce for a man” — and that “rather than divorce, it is believed that Brian Walshe dismembered Ana Walshe and discarded her body,” Beland said. Joseph Romano's lawyers filed to appeal the conviction in 2006 but were denied based on the strength of the circumstantial evidence, court records show. And the lack of a body most likely wouldn't serve as a mitigating factor in sentencing, Cevallos said: “A murder conviction’s a murder conviction."
Brian Walshe entered the courtroom just before 9:20 a.m., wearing a grey shirt and handcuffs and standing behind a glass partition. Throughout the preceding, Brian Walshe looked around the room but showed little to no emotion. Greg Derr / Pool via APIn a lengthy statement, Brian Walshe's lawyer, Tracy Miner, claimed the media "has already tried and convicted Mr. If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence or the threat of domestic violence, call the National Domestic Violence Hotline for help at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233), or go to www.thehotline.org for anonymous, confidential online chats, available in English and Spanish. Advocates at the National Domestic Violence Hotline field calls from both survivors of domestic violence as well as individuals who are concerned that they may be abusive toward their partners.
A search is underway for a Texas woman who was reported missing a week ago and whose car was subsequently found in a desolate area before authorities took a person of interest into custody. NBC DFWFriends reported Kayla Kelley, 33, missing on Jan. 11 after not hearing from her for several days. Her car was subsequently found "in a remote area of Frisco," a city about 30 miles north of Dallas, the Collin County Sheriff's Office said. The Collin County Sheriff's Office and District Attorney's Office could not immediately be reached. A local nonprofit, Search One Rescue Team, which helps law enforcement with lost and missing cases, told NBC affiliate KXAS of Dallas that the sheriff's office and the Texas Rangers enlisted their help in the search Friday and Monday, respectively.
Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin is tuning into his team's Sunday home game against the Miami Dolphins from his home as he focuses on continuing his recovery from his Jan. 2 cardiac arrest, he said in a tweet. The wild card game comes after the the Bills-Bengals game in which Hamlin collapsed was cancelled, leaving them with the No. Hamlin was released on Monday from the Ohio hospital where he had been receiving treatment since his cardiac arrest. He was transferred to a hospital in Buffalo, New York to continue recovering and was discharged Wednesday in what doctors called a remarkable recovery. The Bills said in a statement Wednesday that Hamlin underwent a "comprehensive medical evaluation" and cardiac, neurological and vascular testing before being discharged from the Buffalo hospital.
Her husband, Brian Walshe, 47, was arrested and accused of misleading officials and lying about his whereabouts on Jan. 1 and 2. “Our hearts go out to her family and especially to her young children, who deserve to be reunited with their mother.”Key moments in the case:39-year-old Ana Walshe. via Cohasset PoliceJan. 1: Ana Walshe reportedly headed to airportCohasset police say Ana Walshe was at her home on Chief Justice Cushing Highway shortly after midnight before she allegedly took a ride share to Boston’s Logan Airport for a flight to Washington, D.C., to attend to a work emergency. Jan. 5: Search for Ana Walshe goes publicPolice announced their search for Ana Walshe, urging the public to contact them if they have any information on her whereabouts. The testing of the unspecified items will "determine if they are of evidentiary value" in Ana Walshe's disappearance, the DA's office said.
"At this time, we do not believe the cause is related to the FAA outage experienced earlier today." Share this -Link copiedNearly half of Southwest flights delayed just weeks after mass cancellations Nearly half of Southwest Airlines flights were delayed as of about 11:15 a.m. Share this -Link copiedMore than 540 Delta flights delayed, 14 canceled More than 540 Delta flights were delayed as of 9:13 a.m. ET, the airline had three flights canceled and 208 flights delayed, amounting to 21% of its overall flights, according to FlightAware. Alaska Airlines had 11 flights canceled and 149 flights delayed, also amounting to 21% of its overall flights, FlightAware noted as of 8:53 a.m.
I had no idea that true evil was genuinely watching them,” Alivea Goncalves, 26, sister of victim Kaylee Goncalves, 21, said in an interview with NewsNation on Sunday. "That’s really difficult, it’s really difficult, not to wish that you had done more and wish that you had known more." A private security officer sits in a vehicle on Jan. 3 in front of the house in Moscow, Idaho, where four University of Idaho students were killed in November. It's unclear if Alivea was there, but she told NewsNation she plans to be at "every single" hearing throughout the case. In a previous interview with NBC's “TODAY,” Alivea Goncalves called her sister “the ultimate go-getter.”
It was the team's first game since the Bills' safety, Damar Hamlin, collapsed and suffered cardiac arrest in the midst of a Monday night game against the Bengals in Cincinnati — and the team said its stunning success from the very start of the game was in Hamlin's honor. After Hines' second kickoff return for a touchdown occurred in the third quarter of the game, fans and teammates went wild. Trainers surrounded Hamlin and he received CPR for several minutes as the Bills knelt to pray on the field. "Thankful for everyone who has reached out and prayed," Hamlin tweeted. The NFL said Hamlin will receive his full $825,000 for 2022 despite landing on the injured reserve list.
There’s no parole in the federal prison system and good behavior credits are in short supply compared to most states. More likely, Shah would be told a date, at least a month out, to surrender herself at a federal facility. Her best hope would be to be deemed most appropriate for a minimum security camp. “A minimum-security camp, I mean even moving up to next level, which is still ‘low security’ that’s a huge difference. If you’re eligible for a camp, you’ll go to Alaska if you can go to a camp.” Share this -Link copied
Millions of people in the South and the Southeast are at risk of severe thunderstorms, tornadoes and flash floods Tuesday and Wednesday, while a messy winter storm is expected to hit the Midwest and a separate storm slams California later this week. Threats of severe thunderstorms, flash floodsAs many as 20 million people from southeast Louisiana to south-central Alabama are at risk for severe thunderstorms Tuesday that could bring damaging wind gusts, large hail and some strong tornadoes, classified as having winds of more than 111 mph. The thunderstorms are expected to continue through the day and last into the overnight hours. In addition to the severe thunderstorms, flash flooding will also be a threat. St. Louis could see a high in the early 70s Tuesday before expected highs plunge to the high-30s and the mid-40s the rest of the week.
The family of the the suspect arrested in the slayings of four University of Idaho students is "obviously shocked" at the first-degree murder charges he faces, his lawyer said in an interview with NBC's "TODAY" on Tuesday, hours before the suspect is expected to appear in court in Pennsylvania for an extradition hearing. "They don't believe it to be Bryan, they can't believe this, they're obviously shocked," said Jason LaBar, the chief public defender of Monroe County. LaBar is representing Bryan Kohberger, 28, in the extradition request — which he said is not being challenged — but is not part of his murder defense. LaBar said he has visited Kohberger in custody four times since his arrest last Friday in northeastern Pennsylvania, about 2,500 miles from the Idaho campus. Kohberger could be on a plane back to Idaho as early as Tuesday night.
A spokesperson for the Manhattan District Attorney's Office told NBC News Monday afternoon it is unclear when he will be arraigned "based on a number of factors." The three officers were hospitalized, according to Sewell, who said one had a fractured skull and another had a bad cut. The sources added that Bickford is believed to have traveled from Wells to lower Manhattan on Thursday mainly via Amtrak. FBI agents were outside Bickford's Wells home on Sunday, NBC affiliate WCSH of Portland, Maine reported. Neighbors told NBC affiliate WJAR of Providence, Rhode Island they were shocked by the attack.
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