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    The Defenders’ one-hour investigative special dives into misconduct and disciplinary procedure at SAPD. Data obtained by KSAT under public information law showed fired officers who later appealed were reinstated to their jobs 67.5% of the time from 2010-2019, either by a third-party arbitrator or after the chief reconsidered their termination. Coverage in the “Broken Blue” series: Officer Michael Garza: From rising star to SAPD castoff Explained: How arbitration plays out for disciplined San Antonio police officers A lying SAPD officer...
    Police are seeking the public’s assistance as they attempt to identify and locate a man who may have information regarding a recent robbery at a popular hotel in Fairfield County. The Danbury Police Department released photos of a man who is believed to have information pertaining to a robbery at the Holiday Inn on Newtown Road at approximately 10 p.m. on Tuesday, July 7. According to investigators, the unidentified man (see above), was wearing a long-sleeve blue shirt, blue...
    Make Your Mess Your MemoirAnna David (memoir, Launch Pad Publishing)Anna David has made a profession out of candid sharing and ’fessing as much as the “messy” components of her personal life; in “Get together Woman,” she wrote about her drug habit and restoration. In her newest guide, half memoir, half how-to handbook, the bestselling creator exhibits readers how they will take their very own “mess” and make it work for them. Refreshing and trustworthy. Survival InstinctsJen Waite (fiction, Dutton)Anne...
    Bill Hader and Rachel Bilson have reportedly called it quits on their relationship, multiple sources exclusively reported to People Magazine. Supposedly, the breakup has been very “amicable,” although not many details are available. The low-key couple went public with their relationship earlier this year when they attended the Golden Globe Awards together. They were spotted “holding hands as they made their way down the red carpet” during the January 4 ceremony. Last December, The Inquisitr reported that the two had...
    ‘It’s like trying to beat the casino’ — Rookie trader turns $15,000 into $1 million, then loses almost everything Ford Posts Even More Bronco Teaser Images ahead of July 13 Debut This Is Why You Should Never Wear Your Face Mask Inside Out Since face masks became a necessity in response to the pandemic, theyve been the subject of much debate and discussion. Even among those who agree that we should wear them, there are still misconceptions about how...
    There’s a lot of fear in the air. Week after week, we’ve been hearing about death in different contexts: the coronavirus, George Floyd, and the latest shootings. In the days following Floyd’s death, I watched as police officers and National Guard members in full gear stood on hot asphalt streets, often face-to-face with strangers whose behavior varied from peaceful and respectful to violent and abusive. How could they endure it? Amid plans to defund or dismantle the largest police department...
    Devon Windsor continued to post summery new beach photos to her Instagram page today with a new three-part photo series. The model showed off her incredible physique in a black cut-out swimsuit, and she appeared to be enjoying the island vibes. In the first photo, she was photographed standing in water that reached her hips. She raised her left leg underwater and glanced down at the camera with a sultry expression on her face. She appeared to be drenched after...
    Count the city’s housing market as another casualty of the pandemic and the lockdown; the only real question is how deep the damage will go. With roughly 700,000 renters thrown out of work and evictions banned for the interim, a full quarter of tenants have gone four months without paying rent, Bloomberg Businessweek reports. They’re still on the hook for it, though — often with no idea how they can ever pay. And that’s left many landlords unable to cover...
    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) — Cherry Creek State Park has closed the swim area due to elevated levels of cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) growth. Blue-green algae has also been detected in other areas of the park and caution signs have been placed in visible areas throughout the lake. The natural algal blooms may be harmful to dogs and humans. (credit: Colorado Parks and Wildlife) The stream in the off-leash dog park  has been tested and no visible signs of the algae have been...
    Jada Pinkett Smith said August Alsina helped to fill a void she was missing in her life during their secret romance. One week after the “No Love” singer admitted he was involved with Pinkett Smith, the actress confirmed the relationship occurred over four years ago. While alongside Will Smith, she began a discussion about the painful time in their marriage on Pinkett Smith’s show, Red Table Talk, she shared how she and Alsina became more than friends. According to People,...
    “The Broken and the Bad” explores the real-life drug worlds dramatized in “Breaking Bad” and “Better Call Saul.” The new web series is hosted by Giancarlo Esposito — aka Gus Fring, the evil, meticulous drug lord on “Breaking Bad” and its prequel series, “Better Call Saul,” both created by Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould (the driving forces behind “The Broken and the Bad”). “I was totally on board with doing an investigative show about the real-life ‘Breaking Badders,’” Esposito, 62,...
    “The Broken and the Bad” explores the real-life drug worlds dramatized in “Breaking Bad” and “Better Call Saul.” The new web series is hosted by Giancarlo Esposito — aka Gus Fring, the evil, meticulous drug lord on “Breaking Bad” and its prequel series, “Better Call Saul,” both created by Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould (the driving forces behind “The Broken and the Bad”). “I was totally on board with doing an investigative show about the real-life ‘Breaking Badders,” Esposito, 62,...
    Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Ann Coulter, who wrote the book In Trump We Trust, has been far more critical of the president recently, calling him a “moron” and a “blithering idiot” just two months ago. Now Coulter is calling for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to lose in November to Democratic opponent Amy McGrath, who recently won the nomination in a close race against Charles Booker. Coulter went off over a GOP group affiliated with McConnell taking out ads to stop...
    Cindy Prado showed off her incredible body to her 1.4 million Instagram fans on Friday, July 10, with a sweltering new update. The Cuban-American model posted a series of snippets of a photo shoot in which she sizzled in a skimpy bikini that did her curves nothing but favors. The slideshow included eight photos, all of which showed Prado in a powder baby two-piece suit. Her bikini top boasted small triangles that were widely spaced, showing off quite a bit...
    Blue Jays players should definitely try to remain inside the Toronto Marriott City Centre Hotel and Rogers Centre bubble they entered this week. TSN’s Scott Mitchell reported Friday that Blue Jay players have been told the penalty for leaving the bubble is a fine of $750,000 and potential jail time. The report did not indicate whether the rule is related to an order under Canada’s Quarantine Act that requires any person who enters the country to self-isolate for 14 days.   Mitchell’s report seemed to...
    Coronavirus updates: States ICUs are 89% full NYC restaurant customers bothered by rats while dining outside: report Vladimir Guerrero Jr. shifts to first base for Blue Jays We knew this moment would come. We just didn’t know it would happen this soon. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. will make first base his primary position moving forward, per Ben Nicholson-Smith of Sportsnet (via Twitter). © Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports The Toronto Blue Jays have made the expected move to transition Vladimir Guerrero...
    TORONTO (AP) — The Toronto Blue Jays are shifting Vladimir Guerrero Jr. across the diamond, moving the slugger to first base from third. Blue Jays Manager Charlie Montoyo said Guerrero feels comfortable at first and the team has Travis Shaw ready to play third. Montoyo also said Guerrero will see time as a designated hitter. He didn’t rule out that he will play some third in the future. “This is more about Vladdy and giving him a chance...
    TORONTO, ONTARIO - SEPTEMBER 23: Vladimir Guerrero Jr. #27 of the Toronto Blue Jays gestures against the Baltimore Orioles in the first inning during their MLB game at the Rogers Centre on September 23, 2019 in Toronto, Canada. (Photo by Mark Blinch/Getty Images) Vladimir Guerrero Jr. will potentially no longer man the hot corner in Toronto With the 2020 MLB season shortened to 60 games, there’s a great probability that a dark horse team can sneak into the postseason later...
    Detroit will open schools this Monday NYC restaurant customers bothered by rats while dining outside: report Sen. Josh Hawley calls on NBA to put Support Troops and Back the Blue on jerseys Correction/clarification: A previous version of this story incorrectly reported the NBA didnt respond to a request for comment. The story has been updated with a comment from spokesman Mike Bass.  © Jack Gruber/USA TODAY Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo, in Washington, D.C., during the Attorney General William Barr...
    TORONTO (AP) — Blue Jays infielder Travis Shaw says he’s not interested in confining himself to the hotel attached to the Rogers Centre for the summer if major league baseball is granted an exemption from the Canadian government to play baseball in Toronto amid the pandemic. The Blue Jays have created a quarantine environment at Rogers Centre and the adjoining Toronto Marriott City Centre Hotel during training camp. The current exemption does not cover the regular season and player...
    Most Major League Baseball players are happy to see their season finally start this month after it was delayed for months by the COVID-19 pandemic. Reese McGuire likely is just happy he is able to re-join his team at all following an offseason run-in with the law. TMZ reported Friday that McGuire, 25 and entering his third season with the Blue Jays, recently pled nolo contendere to a reduced second-degree misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct. The charge stemmed from an incident in February when...
    On June 12, 2020, Matt Taibbi published a rather confrontational ​article​ entitled “The American Press is Destroying Itself.” In it, he laments that “the American left has lost its mind. It’s become a cowardly mob of upper-class social media addicts, Twitter Robespierres, who move from discipline to discipline torching reputations and jobs with breathtaking casualness.” Taibbi cites a litany of recent “newsroom revolts,” which signal, in his mind, an editorial crisis of political correctness, where journalists have been beaten into...
    Most Blue Jays arrived early this week for spring training 2.0 in Toronto, where players will reside at a hotel connected to the Rogers Centre. Players planning on leaving the complex have more to fear than COVID-19. According to TSN, the team has informed its players that they could face a fine of $750,000, as well as potential jail time, if they are caught anywhere other than the stadium or team hotel. Blue Jays manager Charlie Montoyo said Wednesday...
    TORONTO, ON - JULY 09: The Toronto Blue Jays play an intrasquad game at Rogers Centre on July 9, 2020 in Toronto, Canada. (Photo by Mark Blinch/Getty Images) If a Toronto Blue Jays player breaks the bubble this summer, the penalties will be uniquely severe. In every major sport, positive COVID-19 tests will be an expected reality as they try to return to play or keep schedules on track. The key will be going to all ends to keep players...
    Most Blue Jays arrived early this week for spring training 2.0 in Toronto, where players will reside at a hotel connected to the Rogers Centre. Players planning on leaving the complex have more to fear than COVID-19. According to TSN, the team has informed its players that they could face a fine of $750,000, as well as potential jail time, if they are caught anywhere other than the stadium or team hotel. Blue Jays manager Charlie Montoyo said Wednesday that...