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A law enforcement officer enters a residence near Lacey, Okla., in Kingfisher County, Monday, Nov. 21, 2022, the was the scene of a quadruple homicide. State police in Oklahoma say that four people killed at a marijuana farm were “executed,” and that they were Chinese citizens.
Oklahoma Bureau of Investigation crime scene unit vehicle sits at the scene near Lacey, Okla., in Kingfisher County, Monday, Nov. 21, 2022, where four people were killed. State police in Oklahoma say that four people killed at a marijuana farm were “executed,” and that they were Chinese citizens.
Capt. Stan Florence, Oklahoma Bureau of Investigation, gives a press briefing outside a residence near Lacey, Okla., in Kingfisher County, Monday, Nov. 21, 2022, the was the scene of a quadruple homicide. State police in Oklahoma say that four people killed at a marijuana farm were “executed,” and that they were Chinese citizens.
A Kingfisher County sheriff vehicle sits at the scene near Lacey, Okla., in Kingfisher County, Monday, Nov. 21, 2022, where four people were killed. State police in Oklahoma say that four people killed at a marijuana farm were “executed,” and that they were Chinese citizens.
This photo provided by the Miami-Dade Corrections & Rehabilitation Department shows Wu Chen. Chen, the suspect in the weekend killings of four people at a marijuana farm in Oklahoma, was arrested Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, by officers in South Florida, police said.
This photo provided by the Miami-Dade Corrections & Rehabilitation Department shows Wu Chen. Chen, the suspect in the weekend killings of four people at a marijuana farm in Oklahoma, was arrested Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, by officers in South Florida, police said.
This photo released by the U.S. Marshals Service shows Wu Chen following his arrest by the Miami Beach Police on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in South Florida. Police said Wu is a suspect in the weekend killings of four people at a marijuana farm in Oklahoma.
A law enforcement officer enters a residence near Lacey, Okla., in Kingfisher County, Monday, Nov. 21, 2022, the was the scene of a quadruple homicide. State police in Oklahoma say that four people killed at a marijuana farm were “executed,” and that they were Chinese citizens.
Oklahoma Bureau of Investigation crime scene unit vehicle sits at the scene near Lacey, Okla., in Kingfisher County, Monday, Nov. 21, 2022, where four people were killed. State police in Oklahoma say that four people killed at a marijuana farm were “executed,” and that they were Chinese citizens.
Capt. Stan Florence, Oklahoma Bureau of Investigation, gives a press briefing outside a residence near Lacey, Okla., in Kingfisher County, Monday, Nov. 21, 2022, the was the scene of a quadruple homicide. State police in Oklahoma say that four people killed at a marijuana farm were “executed,” and that they were Chinese citizens.
A Kingfisher County sheriff vehicle sits at the scene near Lacey, Okla., in Kingfisher County, Monday, Nov. 21, 2022, where four people were killed. State police in Oklahoma say that four people killed at a marijuana farm were “executed,” and that they were Chinese citizens.
This photo provided by the Miami-Dade Corrections & Rehabilitation Department shows Wu Chen. Chen, the suspect in the weekend killings of four people at a marijuana farm in Oklahoma, was arrested Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, by officers in South Florida, police said.
This photo provided by the Miami-Dade Corrections & Rehabilitation Department shows Wu Chen. Chen, the suspect in the weekend killings of four people at a marijuana farm in Oklahoma, was arrested Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, by officers in South Florida, police said.
This photo released by the U.S. Marshals Service shows Wu Chen following his arrest by the Miami Beach Police on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, in South Florida. Police said Wu is a suspect in the weekend killings of four people at a marijuana farm in Oklahoma.
Authorities want a man brought to back to Oklahoma to face charges in the execution-style killings of four people at a marijuana farm after he was arrested in South Florida.
The suspect in the weekend killings, Wu Chen, was taken into custody by Miami Beach police and brought to the Miami-Dade County Detention Center, the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation said Tuesday.
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The company tasked with locking down the assets in the failed cryptocurrency exchange FTX said they’ve managed to recover and secure $740 million in assets so far, a fraction of the potential billions that is likely missing from bankrupt company’s coffers. The numbers were disclosed on Wednesday by cryptocurrency custodial company BitGo, who FTX hired in the hours after the company filed for bankruptcy on November 11.
Alessandro Michele is leaving his role as creative director of the Gucci, the fashion house announced Wednesday, bringing an end to an eight-year tenure that sharply redefined Gucci’s codes with romanticism and gender-fluidity, all the while powering revenues for the Kering parent.   Womenswear Daily reported Michele’s expected departure on Tuesday, citing sources that said Michele had failed to meet a request to “initiate a strong design shift,” and that the chairman of Gucci’s parent Kering, Francois-Henri Pinault, was looking for a change of pace.  Michele cited “different perspectives’’ as the reason for his departure, without elaborating.
Highlights from the fourth day of the World Cup in Qatar on Wednesday.
MIAMI — A former professional boxer has been arrested after Miami police say he bought an AK-47 rifle and was preparing to shoot up a gym.
In the months before Anderson Aldrich allegedly opened fire on a Colorado Springs, Colorado, LGBTQ nightclub, killing five and wounding 18 others, their mother posted in a Facebook group for women in the Church of the Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, asking for help for her child.
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Connecticut state legislators are returning to the Capitol to consider extending the soon-to-expire gas tax holiday, increase funding for pandemic payments to essential workers and vote on other initiatives to help residents cope with rising costs. Democratic Gov. Ned Lamont issued the first executive order of his second term on Wednesday and called the General Assembly into special session on Monday. Connecticut’s 25-cent-per-gallon gas tax has been suspended since April 1 and is currently scheduled to resume on Nov. 30. Lamont wants legislators to continue the suspension of the full 25 cents through Dec. 31 before incrementally scaling back the tax relief at five cents per month, beginning Jan. 1.
LONG BEACH, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Nov 23, 2022–
Former daytime TV star Wendy Williams has a lot on her plate months after she entered a wellness facility earlier this year.
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Children’s hospitals in the Pacific Northwest are struggling to maintain enough space for their young patients. Some report being over capacity, amid increasing strain due to a surge in respiratory illness and hospitalizations. Two hospitals in Portland have moved to crisis standards of care. OHSU’s Doernbecher Children’s Hospital and Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel account for much of the state’s pediatric intensive care capacity. In neighboring Washington state, health officials in King County, home to Seattle, have reported the first death of a child from flu complications this season.
An attorney representing Todd and Julie Chrisley said the reality stars plan to appeal their federal prison sentences and convictions for tax evasion and bank fraud.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Down a winding gravel road, past the knotted oak trees and a small but mighty herd of cattle, sits a long red-roofed barn, the permanent home to North Carolina’s newest Thanksgiving celebrities.
WASHINGTON — The $475 million being spent for a campaign to encourage Americans to be vaccinated is being paid for by pandemic money meant for doctors and hospitals, Republicans charged Wednesday.
A witness to a shooting at a Colorado Springs gay nightclub says the suspect showed “no hesitation” when entering Club Q and opening fire. Deanne VanScyoc says the shooter wearing body armor moved in a crouch through the club with a rifle at eye-level, firing at people gathered at the bar then spraying a dance floor with bullets. Authorities say five people were killed and 17 injured by gunfire in the weekend rampage at Club Q, a well-known gathering place for the LGBTQ community in Colorado Springs. The suspect was ordered to be held without bail during an initial court appearance Wednesday.
CHESAPEAKE, Va. — Local, state and federal leaders on Wednesday issued condolences and calls for action following a shooting at a Walmart in Chesapeake that left seven dead, including the gunman, and wounded four others Tuesday night.
Conservationists say they will sue U.S. wildlife officials over past-due decisions on protections sought for two rare fish. They say groundwater pumping in the drought-stricken West is a threat to the Fish Lake Valley tui chub near the California-Nevada line and the least chub in southwest Utah. The Center for Biological Diversity sent a formal notice of intent to sue the Fish and Wildlife Service last week. The environmental group petitioned last year for Endangered Species Act protection for the fish. It says they are at risk of extinction as the agency continues to miss multiple deadlines under the act.
COLUMBIA, S.C. — Attorneys for accused double murderer Alex Murdaugh have asked a state judge to prohibit testimony at trial about “blood spatter patterns” on Murdaugh’s T-shirt and want to get copies of all communications published between the state and one of its witnesses.
Courts in Oregon’s Multnomah County, home to Portland, have dismissed nearly 300 cases this year, including felonies, due to a shortage of public defenders. Mike Schmidt, the county’s top prosecutor, calls the shortage “an urgent threat to public safety” and released a tally showing that more than 700 low-income defendants lack legal representation. Oregon’s public defender system has shown cracks for years but worsened during the pandemic. The state has been sued twice this year for failing to provide public defenders in a timely manner. While the original lawsuit was dismissed, a similar second suit was filed last month.
LANSING, Mich. — State Rep. Kyra Harris Bolden, whose great-grandfather was lynched in Tennessee in the 1930s, will become the first Black woman to serve on the Michigan Supreme Court after being appointed by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.
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Italian Premier Giorgia Meloni has stressed the “essential importance” of Italy’s Jewish community for the nation and Europe. She spoke during a meeting Wednesday with the head of the World Jewish Congress and Italian Jewish groups. Meloni’s office issued a readout of the meeting as the premier seeks to distance her far-right Brothers of Italy party from Italy’s anti-Jewish racial laws and the suppression of democracy under Fascist dictator Benito Mussolini. The statement said during the meeting “there emerged full agreement in the need for a strong and more incisive common commitment to combat every form of antisemitism, a phenomenon in worrisome growth including on the web and social media.”
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Don’t expect the entire family to show gratitude if politics are discussed at the dinner table this Thanksgiving.
New Mexico’s State Investment Council is pledging $100 million to a tech-focused nonprofit, the council’s biggest commitment on record to a single venture fund. The council gave unanimous approval of the investment Tuesday into America’s Frontier Fund, the Albuquerque Journal reported. America’s Frontier Fund, or AFF, bills itself as the first investment platform committed to boosting technological innovation in the U.S. The money will come from New Mexico’s Severance Tax Permanent Fund toward venture firms that support local startups. The firm’s CEO, Gilman Louie, says they will build a “venture studio” in Albuquerque and satellite studios around the state. They would offer support to major research institutions and new start-ups.
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A Montana man who was among the first people to illegally enter the U.S. Capitol while Congress was certifying the results of the 2020 presidential election has been sentenced to just over three years in prison. Joshua Hughes of East Helena was sentenced Tuesday and ordered to pay $2,000 in restitution. He and his brother, Jerod Hughes, pleaded guilty in August to obstruction of an official proceeding. Jerod Hughes is scheduled to be sentenced on Jan. 6, 2023, the two-year anniversary of the insurrection. The Hughes brothers were near the front of a group that pursued a Capitol Police officer up the stairs before he led the mob away from the Senate floor.
In his first big role since “This is Us” aired its series finale, Justin Hartley stars in the new holiday movie for Netflix called “The Noel Diary.” He plays a popular author who returns to his childhood home to settle his late mother’s estate and finds an old diary that lead him down a road of romance and reconciliation. Hartley’s career moves don’t stop there. He just wrapped filming a pilot for CBS and recently guest-starred with his wife Sofia Pernas on an episode of NBC’s “Quantum Leap” reboot. He’s also developing productions through his own company.
State charges have been filed against seven Michigan State football players stemming from a melee in Michigan Stadium’s tunnel last month. A statement from the Washtenaw County Prosecutor’s Office says the most serious charge is against Michigan State player Khary Crump of felonious assault. Charges against the six others are misdemeanors. Five are charged with aggravated assault, and one with assault and battery. The incident occurred on Oct. 29 when multiple members of Michigan State’s football team roughed up two Michigan players. Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh had said earlier he expected the suspended Spartans to be charged.

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