STAMFORD, Conn. (CBSNewYork) — An 18-year-old driver has been charged in a deadly crash that killed two other teens in Connecticut. The crash happened during the early morning hours of August 26 at the intersection of Ludlow and Canal streets in Stamford. Police said there were six teens in the car when it slammed into two utility poles.Nishawn Tolliver, 18, and Kymoni Pollock, 19, were killed in the wreck. “It’s sad. Just all I can think is that I feel bad for the families that are involved in this. It’s two young lives that are taken tragically, that really have no reason to be dead,” Stamford Police Sgt. Jeff Booth said at the time. The driver – Jerry Diaz – was critically hurt in the crash. He’s now facing drunk driving and second-degree manslaughter charges. … [Read more...] about 18-Year-Old Driver Charged In Deadly Crash That Killed 2 Teens In Stamford, Conn.
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SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP, Pa. (CBS) — Authorities are investigating a “family tragedy” after three people were found dead inside a home in Springfield Township. The bodies of Robert McIntyre and Sheila Dolan, both 71, and their daughter, 27-year-old Julia McIntyre, were discovered Monday morning during a wellness check. The Montgomery County DA’s office is investigating the deaths of three family members. Their bodies were found inside their Springfield Twp. home Monday @CBSPhilly pic.twitter.com/kWdSNAnAIK — Matt Petrillo (@MattPetrillo) November 20, 2019 “This appears to be a family tragedy,” Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin Steele says. According to Steele, Julia McIntyre appears to have killed herself. “Through our preliminary investigation, the daughter’s fatal wound seems to be self-inflicted, although we are awaiting the autopsy results and the forensic pathologist’s final determination before we say anything … [Read more...] about Authorities Investigating ‘Family Tragedy’ After Elderly Parents, 27-Year-Old Daughter Found Dead Inside Springfield Township Home
Photo: Variety Photo: Variety Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Variety TV News Roundup: Netflix Sets Premiere Date for Final Season of Fuller House 1 / 1 Back to Gallery In today’s TV news roundup, Netflix announces the Fuller House’s final season premiere date, HGTV provides a Variety exclusive to the reboot of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, and Freeform announces the premiere date for Josh Thomas’ new comedy “Everything’s Gonna Be Okay.” DATES More from Variety 'Friends' Props, Costumes to Be Auctioned Off for LGBTQ Charity 'Friends' Reunion Special in Early Planning Stages at HBO Max Guy Pearce, Andy Serkis Face Off in BBC, FX's 'A Christmas Carol' Trailer (Watch) HGTV provided Variety with an … [Read more...] about TV News Roundup: Netflix Sets Premiere Date for Final Season of Fuller House
Mourners surround the flag-draped coffin of Revolutionary Guard member Morteza Ebrahimi, seen in a poster at the bottom left, during a funeral procession that passed protest-damaged buildings in the town of Shahriar, Iran, some 40 kilometers (25 miles) southwest of the capital, Tehran, Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2019. Ebrahimi was killed during protests over government-set fuel prices rising last week, demonstrations that quickly spiraled in violence. less Mourners surround the flag-draped coffin of Revolutionary Guard member Morteza Ebrahimi, seen in a poster at the bottom left, during a funeral procession that passed protest-damaged buildings in the town of ... more Photo: Vahid Salemi, AP Photo: Vahid Salemi, AP Image 1 of / 17 Caption Close Image 1 of 17 Mourners surround the flag-draped coffin … [Read more...] about Iran blames deadly unrest on outsiders, including US
Follow KDKA-TV: Facebook | Twitter PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A trip to the dentist is filled with anxiety and fear for a lot of folks, but not for the patients of 65-year-old Dr. Richard Gottfried, or as they called him, Dr. Rich. “His patients loved him. He was a great man of great compassion and great service,” Catholic Charities executive director Susan Raucher said. Richard Gottfried (Photo Credit: Don Salvin/Washington Post) Gottfried, of Ross Township, was killed in Saturday’s shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue as he was preparing for a new stage in life, retirement. For 34 years, he ran dental offices in Ross and Westview with his wife, Margaret, better known as Peg. She is Catholic and the couple used their faith to help others. “He was about helping everybody,” Raucher said. “Everywhere he could possibly be helpful, he was taking those hours and absolutely doing that. Regardless of source or background or any of that sort of … [Read more...] about Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting: Remembering Richard Gottfried