SANTA ANA (CBSLA) — A man wanted in the murder of a woman in Hollywood, Fla. has been captured in Orange County, authorities said Tuesday. (credit: Hollywood, Fla. Police Department) READ MORE: Woman Shot Dead While Driving In Harbor Gateway Davis Zimmerman, 19, was taken into custody last Friday by U.S. Marshals in Orange County, according to the Hollywood, Fla. Police Department. Zimmerman is being held at Orange County’s Intake Release Center, awaiting extradition back to Broward County in Florida. READ MORE: City Attorney Mike Feuer Submits Plan To Address Increase In Gun Violence According to police, Zimmerman was wanted for the murder of a woman whose body was found in a motel room at 1120 South Federal Highway in Broward County, Fla. on Jan. 6. MORE NEWS: Multiple Convenience Stores Hit By Armed Robbers In Bellflower, Long Beach, Paramount Zimmerman, who is being held without bail, is scheduled to make his next court appearance Wednesday. … [Read more...] about Florida Murder Suspect Davis Zimmerman Captured In Orange County, Calif.
close Video Fox News Flash top entertainment 1/17 Fox News Flash top entertainment and celebrity headlines are here. Check out what clicked this week in entertainment. In her new memoir, Jamie Lynn Spears shares a "recent" personal message she received from her big sister, Britney Spears . Jamie Lynn, 30, released her book , "Things I Should Have Said," on Tuesday. It touches on her childhood in the spotlight, her teenage pregnancy, and her relationship with Britney. "In a recent text from my sister, she stated herself: ‘I know it’s not your fault and I’m sorry for being so angry at you. Although I’m your big sister, I need you more than you need me and always have,'" the "Sweet Magnolias" star writes in the book. It's unclear when Britney sent the alleged text message. Fox News has reached out to the singer's reps for comment. BRITNEY SPEARS CALLS PUBLIC FEUD WITH SISTER JAMIE LYNN 'TACKY' AS THEY SEEK TO END THEIR SPAT … [Read more...] about Jamie Lynn Spears reveals ‘recent’ text message she received from sister Britney
Click here to read the full article. Along with her “Caprisongs” mixtape on Friday came the news that FKA Twigs has “partnered with Atlantic Records for this next exciting phase of her art,” according to the announcement. In the U.K., she will continue to release music via the Young label (formerly Young Turks) through Beggars Group. “FKA twigs is the kind of artist you dream of signing — one with truly original vision, voice, and presence,” said Atlantic chairman-COO Julie Greenwald. “She’s among the most compelling talents, always pushing her creative envelope to deliver emotionally honest music that’s both intensely personal and universal. We’re thrilled that she’s chosen Atlantic to be her home as she continues on her fantastic musical adventure.” More from Variety Atlantic Records Promotes Lanre Gaba to Co-President of Black Music Atlantic Records Strikes Joint Venture With Assemble Sound (EXCLUSIVE) Doja Cat on Remaking an Iconic 'Grease' Song for … [Read more...] about Music Industry Moves: FKA Twigs Partners With Atlantic Records
0 Restaurants & Bars Full dinner service starts May 24 and lunch begins May 29. Daniel Libon , Patch Staff Posted | Updated Reply WELLESLEY, MA — The grand opening of Smith & Wollensky is expected to bring a few hundred restaurant goers to Wellesley Square, according to town officials. The steak and seafood restaurant is planning a private grand opening on May 23, and a public opening the next day. The restaurant will spend a few days offering only dinner before starting lunch service on May 29, according to the restaurant's website. About 350 people are expected for night one. As part of the private celebration, the restaurant will offer valet parking, which requires the use of 15 public parking meters. The request was approved by the selectmen Monday and Peter Baker of Smith & Wollensky said the valet parking service will only be offered for the opening. Smith & Wollensky will cover the costs of … [Read more...] about Wellesley Smith & Wollensky Grand Opening Date Set
For about a week now, since he recklessly linked Republicans who oppose his proposed voting rights legislation to racists and segregationists, many people have been asking, “What happened to Joe Biden? He’s not the same Joe Biden we’ve known for so many years.” I’m asking a different question: Why are so many people so surprised? Speaking to a friendly crowd in Atlanta, he essentially said that you’re either with him on voting rights or you’re a bigot. Every official in this country has a choice, President Biden said . “Do you want to be on the side of Dr. [Martin Luther] King or George Wallace? Do you want to be on the side of John Lewis John Lewis Pelosi suggests filibuster supporters 'dishonor' MLK's legacy on voting rights The arc of the moral universe will bend toward justice—but only if we pull it Sanders calls out Manchin, Sinema ahead of filibuster showdown MORE or Bull Connor? Do you want to be on the side of Abraham Lincoln or Jefferson Davis”? … [Read more...] about Shame on Biden for his Atlanta remarks — but are we surprised?
President Biden Joe Biden Macro grid will keep the lights on Pelosi suggests filibuster supporters 'dishonor' MLK's legacy on voting rights Sanders calls out Manchin, Sinema ahead of filibuster showdown MORE campaigned for the White House on a promise to heal “the soul of America.” He hasn’t succeeded so far. But whose fault is that? ADVERTISEMENT Democrats and progressives bridle against a narrative that holds Biden to blame for the divisions in the nation. They cite instead fiery and near-monolithic Republican opposition to his agenda, the influence of former President Trump Donald Trump Sanders calls out Manchin, Sinema ahead of filibuster showdown Laura Ingraham 'not saying' if she'd support Trump in 2024 The Hill's 12:30 Report: Djokovic may not compete in French Open over vaccine requirement MORE on the GOP, and a political-media culture that rewards polarization over cooperation. Put more starkly, Biden’s defenders … [Read more...] about The Memo: Blame game intensifies over nation’s divide