Rural California schools, hit hard by flood damage, dread what snowmelt could bring
- For rural California schools, especially those without flood insurance, storm damage was a major hit. They dread what's next.
- The Duncan Banner, Okla.
Demons reflect on great season despite first round exit
- The Santa Fe New Mexican
Colorado girl hospitalized in I-25 rollover at St. Francis Drive
Man Accused of Killing EMT with Stolen Ambulance Smirks at Arraignment, Pleads Not Guilty
‘A Tiger in Paradise’ Director Mikel Cee Karlsson on His Portrait of Folk Singer José González
Oscar-nominated and double Palme d’Or winning film company Plattform Production (“Triangle of Sadness,” “The Square”) has premiered its latest film, “A Tiger in Paradise,” by director and editor Mikel Cee Karlsson, as part of a live event that received a standing ovation at CPH:DOX, one of Europe’s leading documentary film festivals. Set in the picturesque […]Thanks for your feedback!
- U.S.Republican & Herald, Pottsville, Pa.
Shenandoah row home fire displaces 3 people; no injuries reported
Mar. 13—SHENANDOAH — Fire displaced three people, along with several dogs and cats, and damaged two adjoining homes in the borough late Monday morning. Firefighters were called just after 11:30 a.m. and found fire in the attic of the row home at 417 W. Coal St. Crews worked for about 30 minutes to bring the flames under control. They contained the damage to the attic area and roof of the home ...Thanks for your feedback!
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Vivid LIVE Announces Full Lineup: José González, Cat Power, Dev Hynes and More
José González, Cat Power, Dev Hynes, Yaeji, and Ella Mai lead the 2023 lineup for Vivid LIVE, which will take over various venues inside the Sydney Opera House as part of Vivid Sydney from Friday, 26th May to Saturday, 17th June. Vivid LIVE will host the debut Sydney performances of German composer Max Richter, who’ll […] The post Vivid LIVE Announces Full Lineup: José González, Cat Power, Dev Hynes and More appeared first on Music Feeds.Thanks for your feedback!
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Man convicted for killing NYC emergency medical technician
A man has been convicted of killing a New York City emergency medical technician when he ran over her with her own ambulance in 2017. The Bronx jury on Wednesday convicted Jose Gonzalez of murder in the death of Yadira Arroyo, a 14-year veteran of the Fire Department of New York and mother of five. Authorities said Gonzalez, now 31, jumped into the driver's seat of the ambulance on the evening of March 16, 2017, when Arroyo got out of the vehicle after being flagged down by a pedestrian on a BThanks for your feedback!
- U.S.NY Daily News
Psychiatrist says FDNY EMT Yadira Arroyo’s accused killer was ‘clearly psychotic’
A psychiatrist who treated the accused killer of a Bronx EMT says the man was “clearly psychotic” when he was questioned by detectives in the aftermath of the horrific murder. As the murder trial against Jose Gonzalez, 31, continued Wednesday in the Bronx, his defense attorney called Bellevue Hospital’s Director of Forensic Psychiatry Dr. Jeremy Colley as a witness. Colley first met Gonzalez ...Thanks for your feedback!
Disabled Vets Post Stunning Job Gains as Economy Remains Hot Despite Inflation
Employment numbers suggest that veterans have taken advantage of a robust economy fueled by the easing of the COVID-19 pandemic and ample federal funding to record major success in the jobs market and start businesses of their own.Thanks for your feedback!
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Accused killer of FDNY EMT Yadira Arroyo whined about hand injury after arrest: testimony
The family of slain FDNY EMT Yadira Arroyo said they were outraged that the man accused of crushing her under the wheels of her ambulance was more concerned about his own injuries than he was about her death. In the hours after Arroyo died on a Bronx street in 2017, her accused killer, Jose Gonzalez, whined to cops about injuries he said he suffered when he boarded the ambulance at White ...Thanks for your feedback!
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Suspect in ambulance death of EMT Yadira Arroyo told cops he was a ‘hero’
A man accused of killing a city EMT under the wheels of her own vehicle claimed to cops he had taken the ambulance to drive himself to the hospital — and outrageously called himself a “hero,” to boot. Prosecutors at Jose Gonzalez’s long-awaited trial in the Bronx used his 2017 interview with cops after Yadira Arroyo’s grisly death as his testimony on Wednesday. Gonzalez rambled and changed his ...Thanks for your feedback!
- U.S.The Santa Fe New Mexican
Rail Runner malfunction jams traffic at Cerrillos and St. Francis during storm
Feb. 13—The safety arms for a Rail Runner Express commuter train crossing at one of Santa Fe's busiest intersections malfunctioned late Monday afternoon due to heavy snowfall throughout the city, backing up traffic at St. Francis Drive and Cerrillos Road for up to an hour. Santa Fe police Lt. Jose Gonzales said law enforcement received reports of the malfunctioning crossing arms around 4 p.m. ...Thanks for your feedback!
- U.S.The Brownsville Herald, Texas
Attorney representing former IES finance director seeks more time to prepare for case
Feb. 13—An attorney representing the former finance director for IES or International Education Services indicted on an embezzlement charge is requesting he get more time to prepare for the complex case. Juan Jose Gonzalez, the former finance director, along with Ruben Gallegos Jr., the former CEO, and Ruben Gallegos Sr., the former president of IES, face theft and embezzlement charges they ...Thanks for your feedback!