The affidavit said video shows DeCruz approaching the vehicle with his handgun drawn. DeCruz, who is listed in jail records as American Indian, approaches Dean’s vehicle from the passenger side, ordering Dean to turn off the vehicle and give him the keys. The video shows DeCruz pull the keys with his left hand while his right hand, with his finger on the trigger, pulls backward. The gun fires, striking Dean in the head. … [Read more...] about Texas officer who shot, killed unarmed man may have fired by accident, officials say
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Alumni news Former Galaxy captain Zlatan Ibrahimovic had an assist and scored off a corner kick, his second goal since moving to Italy, to give AC Milan a 2-0 lead at halftime of Sunday’s Milan Derby. But the advantage didn’t hold with Inter scoring four unanswered goals in the second half in a 4-2 win. … [Read more...] about Soccer newsletter: Can the U.S. women’s team erase its last Olympic memory?
The first pop-up Switch Lounge opened at Dallas Love Field airport on Feb. 13. Three others -- Dulled International Airport in Washington, D.C.; O'Hare International Airport in Chicago; and Sea-Tac airport in Seattle -- will open on Monday, Feb. 17. All four lounges will run through Sunday, March 29. When open, Sea-Tac's lounge will be located in concourse C next to gate C10. … [Read more...] about Nintendo brings pop-up Switch Lounges to 4 U.S. airports, including Seattle-Tacoma International
Changing the rules Medicaid, which is jointly funded by state and federal governments, is the health insurance program for the poor. The Medicaid Fiscal Accountability Rule proposed by the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS) calls on hospitals to share more data publicly about what they do with money received from Medicaid. … [Read more...] about Proposed Medicaid changes could drastically cut funding for Texas hospitals
#12 Kentucky 67, Mississippi 62: Nick Richards had 16 points, including two on free throws with 1:11 remaining, and Immanuel Quickley and Keion Brooks each made two more in the closing seconds to help the Wildcats (20-5, 10-2 SEC) escape Mississippi (13-12, 4-8). … [Read more...] about Clemson’s John Newman III makes Louisville’s bad week worse