At least seven people were injured Thursday night after a car crashed into Taqueria Los Pericos restaurant in Dublin, Ca., at the East Bay strip mall.
The incident was reported just after 6 p.m. at 7474 Village Pkwy.
A dark colored Ford Mustang plowed through the restaurant’s glass windows facing the parking lot and came to a stop inside. Continue reading
New York City doctor, Craig Spencer, who has tested positive for Ebola rode the A, L, and No. 1 subway lines, went running, used an Uber livery cab, and went to a bowling alley in Williamsburg called the Gutter Wednesday night, said Dr. Mary Bassett, the city’s health commissioner.
He also visited the High Line park in Manhattan at some point, she said. He began exhibiting a fever and diarrhea on Thursday morning.
In a statement, Doctors Without Borders said that the doctor and his fiance on Thursday morning followed guidelines by reporting his fever immediately to the Nobel Peace Prize-winning organization, which then alerted the city’s Health Department.
Not one, but two toddlers were discovered abandoned on the side of a Henderson County road Thursday.
The sheriff’s office says the children, both male, between one and a half and two and a half years old, were dropped off on Crab Creek Road near the Henderson County and Transylvania county lines.
Deputies are on currently on-scene and seeking a suspect based on a witness account. Continue reading
Dallas County Commissioners are holding an emergency meeting Thursday to declare a state of disaster over “the potential for widespread or severe damage, injury, loss or threat of life resulting from the Ebola virus.”
The declaration may assist officials in imposing new travel bans and restrictions on health care workers, especially those who may have cared for the late Dallas Ebola patient, Thomas Eric Duncan.
Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins said Dallas County Medical Director Dr. Christopher Perkins will sign a control order that will follow the minimum guidelines outlined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, blocking those being monitored for Ebola symptoms from using public transportation, including buses and airliners. Continue reading
Missing persons, Margay Edwards was found dead on a dirt track last Thursday in the Nevada desert.
Edwards’ body was so badly decomposed it took investigators four days to confirm identity.
Edwards was a recent San Diego State University graduate. She found with her drivers license, but her car and cell phone are missing.
Django Unchained actress, Daniele Watts, who cried everything from racism, to her daddy and something about having a publicist, has some major explaining to do after photos emerged of the actress and her boyfriend engaged in some auto-erotic sexy time.
After claiming she was harassed, hurt and racially profiled, over simply making out with her white boyfriend in a car, pictures have hit the net showing that a great deal more was going on.
The pictures were taken Thursday outside the CBS lot in Studio City. Continue reading
It was just announced that colorful Toronto mayor, Rob Ford has withdrawn his name from the race to be the next mayor of Toronto.
A mother of two was walking down a Chicago sidewalk when the head of a Gargoyle ornament broke off the Second Presbyterian Church and struck her in the head killing her.
Sara Bean, 34, lived across the street from the church which was built in 1874.
Witnesses say part of a metal star at the top of the church’s tower fell off, clipping the head of an ornamental gargoyle on the way down. Both fell more than three stories to the ground. Continue reading
Joan Rivers was moved out of ICU, however, her health has not markedly improved.
Joan has been moved to a private room, which is NOT a good indication. There, she will be more closely monitored by doctors and nurses.
Melissa Rivers just released a very guarded update about her mother, saying “My mother has been moved out of intensive care and into a private room where she is being kept comfortable.” Continue reading
Nicholas Gray, The fiance of a Fox 40 anchor Sabrina Rodriguez, was arrested over a that fire broke out at the South Sacramento home of the anchor, injuring one firefighter.
Rodriguez got hit with drug charges, and she is also facing theft charges in an unrelated case.
The couple said they believed the stove exploded. “The occupants were extremely lucky to get out,” said Sacramento Fire Batt. Chief Chris Ortiz. “If they’d hesitated probably a minute or they’d probably have been crawling out the windows or we’d be extricating them from the house.” Continue reading