Eagles hate drones..
Eagles hate drones..
File this under, “things to consider when deciding whether not to get your ears gauged..
Tom Grim Fandango Matthews says he never saw it coming claiming he was totally unaware that someone was about to place a padlock through his earlobe.
Matthews eventually got the lock off with a little help from a buddy’s bolt cutters.…
From video: Saturday, April 29, 2017: RSBN will be in attendance with a full crew as President Donald J. Trump will hold a rally in Harrisburg, PA at the PA Farm Show Complex & Expo Center in the New Holland Arena.
Doors open at 4:30pm EST, and the rally starts at 7:30pm EST.
Anthony Joshua survived the first knockdown of his young career, coming back to drop Wladimir Klitschko twice before stopping him in the 11th round Saturday night to retain his heavyweight titles.
Before a boisterous crowd of 90,000 at Wembley Stadium, Joshua and Klitschko traded huge punches and showed grit before Joshua finally found a way to finish the longtime former champion. Continue reading
Fort Worth Police confirm they are on the scene of an active shooter situation Saturday afternoon.
Investigators say someone is on the top floor of the La Jolla Apartments with a weapon and is actively shooting. This is in the 1400 block of Randol Crossing Lane. That’s on the east side of Fort Worth not far from I-30 and Eastchase Parkway.
Officers are at the scene setting up a perimeter.
Boxing enthusiasts everywhere are excited for tonight’s match featuring Anthony Joshua, in his title defense against former champion Wladimir Klitschko.
Some 90,000 boxing fans are expected to descend on the stadium tonight night for what has been billed as the biggest heavyweight fight in more than a decade.
The fight matches two Olympic gold medalists (Klitschko 1996, Joshua 2012) who both stand 6-foot-6 and have impressive knockout records. Klitschko, who lost his title in his last fight, will be trying to become a three-time champion at the age of 41 against Joshua, who has fought only 18 times but has 18 knockouts.…
Phan “Sandy” Phan-Gillis, an American woman who resides in Houston, has been deported by Chinese authorities after being arrested while on a business trip in China. After being taken into custody, Phan-Gillis was convicted of spying and now has been deported back to the United States.
Phan-Gillis’s husband, Jeff Gillis, says his wife got on a flight on Friday bound for Los Angeles. The couple planned to stay in LA a few days to visit relatives before returning to their Houston home.
It was just Tuesday when Phan-Gillis was sentenced by Chinese authorities to 3 ½ years in prison. But the sentence was seen as an indication that she soon could be allowed to return home. She had faced an uncertain fate since March 2015, when she disappeared from her group traveling in southern China. She was later accused of espionage. Continue reading
President Donald Trump is skipping the White House Correspondents’ Association gala, taking the steam out of an already endangered species. President Trump will instead mark his 100th day in office with his Pennsylvania supporters in what promises to be another massive rally.
The ritzy event, meant in honor of the wildly unpopular mainstream presscore, will feature Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein. Woodward, speaking to reporters said he would be focusing on, “the First Amendment and the importance of aggressive but fair reporting.”
Hasan Minhaj of “The Daily Show,” will serve as this year’s Nerd Ball Master of Ceremonies.…
Daezion Turner has been identified as the juvenile shot and killed by Killeen, TX., police after the boy fired at officers. Turner was 15 years old.
An officer was injured in the deadly incident and transported to a local hospital. The officer’s injuries were said not related to the shooting. No further informations was released on the officer’s condition.
Police were called to the T-Mobile store at the Killeen Marketplace off East Central Texas Expressway on a report of a robbery a little after 4 p.m.…
The Pentagon is confirming an IED explosive device mortally wounded a U.S. service member outside Mosul.
Further details were not immediately available. The Pentagon stated that further information would be released as appropriate.
Saturday’s incident marks the second American military fatality since the start of the Mosul operation against the Islamic State group more than six months ago. The Pentagon has acknowledged more than 100 U.S. special operations forces are operating with Iraqi units, with hundreds more playing a support role in staging bases farther from the front lines.…