Crash that killed 5 had suspended license

Candice Dunn, named Parole/Probation Agent of the Year by the Michigan Department of Corrections, is one of the victims of a Livingston County crash that killed five people Tuesday, May 9. Dunn was also known throughout the community for organizing food drives and help needy families during the holidays. "Everybody looked up to her, everybody loved her", Gautz said.

76-year-old held for harassing girl in Hyderabad

A 76-year-old man was arrested by the Hyderabad police for allegedly harassing a 24-year-old woman by repeatedly calling on her phone. However, her grandfather suddenly fell sick there and Diwan helped them by dropping him home on his motorbike.

Telangana ECET Results To Be Declared Today

TS EAMCET exam is to seek admissions into various courses of engineering in the colleges of Telangana state. It is a state level examination. On behalf of the TSCHE , the exam was held on May 6 from 2 pm to 5 pm by the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU), Hyderabad.

Ambulances of Goa govt hospitals to have blood analysers

At present, GMC has a Mch programme only in the neurosurgery department, and once MCh/DM or diplomate in national board (DNB) programmes are started in the proposed superspecialty departments, GMC will be recognized as a superspecialty teaching institute in the country, he said.

SC teen dies after drinking too much caffeine, coroner rules

As a result of the abnormal heart rhythm, there would be lack of blood flow in the body, negatively affecting the brain, heart and other organs. A coroner says a 16-year-old SC high school student who collapsed and died in a classroom suffered a "cardiac event" caused by drinking too much caffeine.

Major rescue operation launched to free trapped humpback whale in California harbour

He added that marine biologists with Channel Islands National Park are broadcasting underwater whale calls to lure the mammal out to sea. The whale is likely to be a juvenile, with adults growing between 13m to 16m long. At times the whale appeared agitated as swirls of sand and dirt muddied the waters at the end of the dock. This story will be updated as new information becomes available.

Tom Heaton: Burnley goalkeeper 'more than happy' at Turf Moor

But he is more interested in building on a promising campaign at Turf Moor and ensuring his side continue to establish themselves as a top-flight force. Cheikhou Kouyate (wrist), Andy Carroll (groin), Michail Antonio (hamstring), Pedro Obiang (ankle), Diafra Sakho (back), Angelo Ogbonna (knee) and Arthur Masuaku (foot) are all set to miss out.

Man shot in confrontation with police in New Hampshire

Police say at about 7 p.m. Friday, a trooper pulled over the driver of a stolen auto. Investigators say the male driver got into a confrontation with police leading to shots fired. The driver of the stolen vehicle was shot during the confrontation, the Attorney General's Office said. A section of Interstate 89 has been closed for more than an hour after a pursuit and officer-involved shooting.

Trump overseas as Russian Federation probe heats up — Sunday shows preview

Mr Trump, who has expressed a desire for friendlier relations with Moscow, drew a storm of criticism this week when it emerged that he had shared sensitive national security information with Russia's foreign minister during a meeting last week in the White House.

Instagram is the 'worst for social network mental health'

The study conducted by Royal Society for Public Health in the United Kingdom surveyed nearly 1,500 young people aged 14 to 24 on how social media platforms can impact health and wellbeing in issues such as anxiety, depression, self-identity and body image.

UC regents approve policy on nonresident student enrollment

The newly adopted policy also calls for the regents to review the nonresident policy in at least four years. State Auditor Elaine Howle's assurances to University of California regents this week that she found nothing "nefarious" in UC's central budget practices may go a long way to defuse the political furor over the critical audit she released last month - especially after regents told Howle at their meeting in San Francisco that they would strengthen their oversight of the Office of the ...

5-year-old boy helped save parents who were overdosing

The boy was given a badge "for being so fearless", according to police. "All of a sudden, he starts saying, 'Mom and Dad's dead, Mom and Dad's dead!'" They also reportedly found a baby girl strapped in a vehicle seat inside the Middletown home.

Iran: President Hassan Rouhani wins re-election with 57 per cent majority

Rouhani won 23,549,616 of the total 41,220,131 votes while Raeisi, a principlist candidate, received 15,786,449 ballots, said Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani-Fazli. Every incumbent President has been re-elected in Iran since 1985, when Ayatollah Ali Khamenei himself won a second term, reports the BBC. Vice President Eshaq Jahangiri congratulated Rouhani on the win.

Brandon McIlwain, Former South Carolina QB, Transfers To Cal

The Newtown, Penn., native was the No. 2 dual-threat quarterback coming out of high school in 2016. Recruited by former head coach Steve Spurrier, McIlwain stuck with his commitment to SC after Spurrier retired and Will Muschamp was hired as head coach.

MI confirms its 1st West Nile virus activity of 2017

The birds, which carry the virus in their blood, were found either sick or dead. Mosquitoes that bite an infected bird can pass the virus to humans. West Nile virus is not spread by person-to-person contact or directly from birds to people, according to the Illinois Department of Public Health. The tests were performed at Michigan State University this week.

Canadian prime minister meets with Washington governor

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau continued his efforts to promote Canada's technology sector to officials in Washington state on Thursday, meeting with Gov. Kinder Morgan Canada's $7.4 billion pipeline expansion, approved by Trudeau's government a year ago, would increase the number of tankers in coastal waters seven-fold, from about five per month to 34 per month.

Oregon State walks off against Washington State, 4-3

Plew made the turn throw to first that was not in time but the OSU runner at second was called for interference after a high slide and the Cougars were awarded the double play, ending the inning. Senior left-hander Trenton Dupre and junior right-hander Ryan Walker both recorded outs in the inning and kept the Cougars slim lead in tact. Taylor Newton drove in the game-winning run for the Dukes with a bases-loaded, two-out single to left field in the bottom of the seventh inning off Beavers ...

'No Where in My House Is Safe': Britney Spears Gets Spooked - Again

On Saturday, the 35-year-old shared an Instagram clip of herself screaming at the top of her lungs after she is purposefully startled by someone as she works in the kitchen. The video comes after Britney's sons, Jayden, 10, and Sean Preston, 11, teamed up to scare the hit-maker as she cooked on Sunday. Just this past Monday, Spears posted a video starring one of her sons.

Relay for Life in Greer City Park Friday night

Susie Frost, a leukemia survivor, started in 2004 as a runner and soon moved up the committee ladder. The event organizer says people battling cancer are the real heroes. "Everybody on this track has probably been affected by cancer, whether its immediate family or they know someone that has it". Visit for more information.

New Orleans removes monument to Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee

The historical markers "celebrate a fictional, sanitized Confederacy, ignoring the death, ignoring the enslavement, ignoring the terror that it actually stood for". The towering sculpture of Lee, dedicated with great fanfare in 1884, was one of the first Confederate monuments erected in the South and the last of four contentious Civil War-related structures slated for removal by the historic Southern city.

IL to Face DePaul for First Time in 60 Years

IL played at Providence in the inaugural event in 2015 and lost 60-59 to the Friars. The Illini beat the Blue Demons 75-70 on December 7, 1957, in Champaign. Over the course of the eight year agreement, each Big Ten team will play in the event a minimum of four times and each Big East team will play a minimum of six times.

See the brand new 'United Kingdom of Big Brother' trailer

This summer, Big Brother presents a "must-watch culture clash of modern Britain", Channel 5 teased previously. Big Brother returns to the United Kingdom this summer for a brand new civilian series, bringing a bunch of new faces to the small screen and cooping them up in the infamous household in a popularity contest like no other.

Amid White House Crisis, Pence Tries to Avoid Political Fray

It hasn't been easy, and it's getting harder by the day. While news outlets have remained focused on the Trump administration ever since the president fired former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey , few have been able to connect Pence to the investigation into possible ties between Trump's campaign and transition team to Russian Federation.

"Uncle Fat" Thailand's chunky monkey on diet after gorging on junk food

Macaque monkeys usually have a strict diet of seeds, leaves, flowers, and tree bark and weigh about 9kg. The other member of the pack picked up on Uncle Fat's bad habits. Nicknamed "Uncle Fat" by locals at a Bangkok market the chunky monkey ballooned after gorging itself on junk food and soft drinks left behind by tourists.

Isaiah Thomas says he and Markelle Fultz can play together

At least for now. Ainge failed to trade Thomas in what now looks like a blessing in disguise. It was a total team effort, however, most of Celtics head coach Brad Stevens' attention was on one man and that was LeBron James. That includes Marcus Smart and Isaiah Thomas , and anything else they needed to get where he wanted to go. Once the game started, there was little to get excited about for Boston.

USA slaps sanctions on Venezuela Supreme Court judges

Protesters are demanding elections to kick out the socialist government that they accuse of wrecking the economy and turning Venezuela into a dictatorship. U.S. Senator Marco Rubio is praising the Trump administration's sanctions. The State Prosecutor's Office said three National Guard sergeants would be charged later on Thursday for their "presumed responsibility" in Castellanos's killing.

Eating nuts may benefit the fight against colon cancer

However it seems if patients with colon cancer are optimistic and eat a healthy diet which includes tree nuts, they may be healthier and have a lower risk of cancer recurrence. However, the benefits were only seen for tree nuts, such as walnuts and almonds, and not for peanuts or peanut butter. Researchers surveyed nearly 1,000 patients about their lifestyles, scoring them against recommendations in the American Cancer Society's Nutrition and Physical Activity Guidelines for Cancer Survivors .

Parvathamma recovering, still on life support: Doctors

Doctors said that Parvathamma has been breathing partially on her own on Friday. There are lots of rumours doing the rounds that she is critical and fighting death. She had recently recovered from breast cancer and her present condition is being attributed to complications in the functioning of her liver, lungs and kidneys.

Nations urge Trump to stay in Paris climate agreement

However, during his campaign, Trump promised to "cancel" USA participation in the agreement. The 11-day haggle on the nuts and bolts of the deal is meant to start drafting a "rulebook" to guide member countries in the practical execution of the pact.

Hassan Rouhani wins second term as Iranian president

Millions of Iranians voted late. Rouhani won Friday's presidential election by securing an absolute majority of the votes. But the election comes at a tense moment in relations with the United States, with President Donald Trump still threatening to abandon the accord and visiting Iran's bitter regional rival Saudi Arabia this weekend.

Antioch man dies in crash involving Central school bus

He said it is unclear whether the bus had stopped to pick up students when the van struck the bus. The driver of the auto was pronounced dead at the scene by the Ashland County Coroner. Two students on the bus were taken by ambulance to the hospital. Highway C was closed in both directions following the crash. Sgt. Eric Klinkhammer said an investigation into the crash is continuing.

Saudi backing Pakistan request for Sharif-Trump meet at Riyadh summit

The visit kicks off an ambitious global debut for Trump. Trump will also travel to Israel, have an audience with Pope Francis at the Vatican, and attend the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels and the Group of 7 meeting in Sicily.

5 people hospitalized in Calif. after eating gas station nacho cheese

Food-borne illness outbreaks are often tied to fresh foods - unwashed raw vegetables, tainted undercooked meat, raw dairy products - but not the neon yellow nacho cheese sauce you'd get at a movie theater or convenience store. She bought a bag of Doritos and drizzled nacho cheese on them. Her family says she's expected to recover. Foodborne botulism thrives and produces the toxin in environments with little oxygen, such as in canned food.

Major Worldwide Cyber Attack Spreads

Certainly, other major state-run organisations have also been hit by the ransomware , including German railway company Deutsche Bahn and the US Department of Homeland Security. The Telegraph reports that although it was initially expected that the widespread attack originated from phishing emails, this has since been disputed by security experts looking into the matter.

One-eyed calf born in India baffles villagers

A goat with a syndrome called cyclopia was born in a village in Assam, India on 10 May 2017: The kid was born on Wednesday May 10th, and has baffled local villagers. Mukhuri Das, the owner of the little goat told Caters News that he is ecstatic over the animal, believing that it will bring him good luck. It's like a miracle and people have been coming to our place to see this baby goat .