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- Dog Saves 6-Year-Old From Vicious Attack, Internet Calls Him Superhero
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- A man whose body was found ‘smoking’ and ‘covered in white powder’ in a village near Wigan has been named as a 38-year-old devoted father.
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Jake Flint’s family is mourning the loss of the country music singer following the news that he died in his sleep at the age of 37, died in his sleep at the age of 37,
On Wednesday, Nov. 30, Flint’s family sent a press release to TODAY.com confirming the musician died on Nov. 26 during the early hours of the morning.
The statement also included a message from Flint’s family that said, “Our hearts are broken over this tragic loss. Jacob was a beloved son, brother, uncle, and partner to his wife, Brenda. He valued his family, friendships, and living life to the fullest, which was evident in his songwriting.”
Flint’s loved ones wrote, “Every person who knew him has a story of his wit, charm, talent, and compassion. We are so grateful for the outpouring of support and the many beautiful tributes that have been shared about the impact Jacob had on many lives.”
“While we grieve what we know could have been, we’re grateful that his talent and love live on in his songs,” the statement concluded.
According to the press release, Flint’s funeral services will be held on Dec. 5 at Cedar Point Church in Claremore, Oklahoma.
The press release said that the cause of death has not been determined.
We often come across videos where dogs showcase their valor and loyalty. Therefore, dogs are often considered man’s best friend. However, sometimes dogs do the opposite of the general narrative and attack human beings causing menace in the neighborhood. The story that has come into the spotlight today has both kinds of dogs in it. A dog saved its owner’s 6-year-old son from the neighbor’s pet who attacked the kid.
New York Post reported that the modern-day Lassie’s video of it protecting the kid has been viewed about 4.5 crore times on TikTok. The video starts with a German shepherd named Tank playing with the child in front of their Florida home.
Suddenly, a dark dog race towards them from the top right corner of the screen, and Tank instantly turns defensive to save the child. As the dark dog charges towards them, Tank pushes the boy out of the way and confronts the attacking dog.
The tank then chases the dark dog away as another dog waltzes in the lawn to help Tank. The child’s parents then enter the scene and pick the child up. The neighbor’s dog can then be seen retreating.
The child’s dad shared surveillance footage of the incident and added the soundtrack of DMX’s “Dogs Out,” which has been viewed more than 2 crore times since Tuesday. The boy’s mom also shared a video that gathered over 2.4 crore views. Captioned – “Our neighbor’s dog randomly charged at my son last night & my Tanky saved him from getting mauled or worse.”
She even shared the footage of Tank playing with a rubber toy and rolling on his back. She deemed Tank to be “THE MAN, THE MYTH, THE LEGEND,” and the video had text embedded that read – “A highly skilled professional home security officer.”
She revealed that Tank was not professionally trained and that he was just “a man with killer instincts, who loves a good chew toy.” She also posted a cute video of her other dog who charged in to help towards the end of the tussle and embedded text into the video that read – “Every superhero needs a sidekick”
Apparently, even horses can feel jealousy.
Those who don’t get to spend a lot of time around horses may not get to see their true personalities, but that’s just one reason why TikTok is so great. Every person and animal can be a star! Equestrian @alyciacannell loves to feature her 3 Arabian horses in her videos (as well as her cat, dog, and child), and her followers just can’t get enough.
In her latest popular video, Alycia shows how two of her horses don’t quite get along. Let’s just say her retired chestnut horse isn’t so happy to see someone else taking over!
Oh my goodness–what a sassy horse! We had to watch this interaction a few times to get the full picture, but oh boy, are we glad we did. The chestnut mare is not a happy camper!
“She’s like ‘YOU TOOK MY MOTHER HOW DARE YOU THAT’S MY HUMAN,'” wrote commenter @bwsbritesky. “Horses have so much personality I love it.” It’s definitely not difficult to figure out what they’re thinking! From the head shakes to “the silent chomps” that @jkl_x pointed out, there are plenty of hints of this girl’s annoyance.
As funny as this moment is, we totally agree with @danyel395 who wrote, “better go love on her.” Of course! As it turns out, though, she gets more than enough attention already.
“She got plenty of love after!” said Alycia. “It’s hilarious because she had no problems abandoning me to become my daughter’s horse but heaven forbid I spend time with someone else!” LOL–sounds exactly like a case of jealousy, if you ask us!
A man whose body was found ‘smoking’ and ‘covered in white powder’ in a village near Wigan has been named as a 38-year-old devoted father.
Liam Smith’s body was discovered on a residential street at around 7pm on Thursday in Shevington, a suburb of Wigan, Greater Manchester.
Police confirmed on Sunday he was fatally shot and had acid poured over his body.
In a brief statement released through Greater Manchester Police, his family said: ‘Liam was kind-hearted, funny, the life and soul of the party.
‘He was the most devoted dad, much-loved son, brother, grandson, and uncle. He will sorely be missed by all who knew and loved him.’
They have asked for privacy while they grieve.
Police were called to Kilburn Drive in Shevington on Thursday shortly after a member of the public discovered Mr. Smith’s body on a path between two houses which led to open fields.
Eyewitnesses said the scene was ‘very odd’, adding: ‘The body appeared to have smoke coming off it and was covered in white powder’, The Independent reports.
Greater Manchester Police said there were potentially ‘hazardous substances’ on the body, but stressed any risk to the wider public was very low.
A police cordon was set up while officers investigated the scene, with a forensic tent erected on the road inside the tape.
A post-mortem by the Home Office has been carried out, enabling identification of Mr. Smith.
A toddler and a baby died in a Bronx apartment on Saturday night after each was stabbed multiple times in the neck and torso, authorities said. The mother of both children, who were identified as 3-year-old and 11-month-old boys, was taken into custody and is being held as a “person of interest,” according to the New York City Police Department. The police investigation is active and ongoing.
NYPD Deputy Chief Louis Deceglie said at a news conference late on Saturday night that officers were first dispatched to a third-floor apartment in a Bronx family shelter at around 7:20 p.m. ET, responding to a report of a woman behaving erratically. Although initial evidence suggested that she was not acting violently and there were no weapons on the premises, police were told the woman had attempted to burn items in the unit’s kitchen.
When they arrived, officers found the 24-year-old woman naked and “acting irrational,” Deceglie said, adding that she was taken into custody without incident and transported to nearby Saint Barnabas Hospital for an evaluation. Her name has not been released.
Before leaving for the hospital, a family friend told police that the woman’s children were with their father, according to Deceglie. But soon after, dispatchers received another 911 call reporting that two children were “unresponsive, not breathing” at the same location, he said.
Patrol officers then returned to the apartment and found the children with multiple stab wounds, and, along with another family member, attempted to resuscitate them as they waited for an ambulance to arrive. The children were transported for treatment at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, where they died of their injuries, Deceglie said.
One neighbor said that she saw the children being carried out of the apartment on a stretcher, according to CBS New York.
“We don’t know what’s going on. I just heard them yelling and screaming. He kept saying, screaming, ‘Help me, help me, help me.’ That’s when he ran the boys out. They were naked and blood all over them,” the neighbor told the station. “He said, ‘She killed them, she killed them.'”
Irene Cara, the iconic voice behind hit movie soundtrack songs, “Fame” and “Flashdance… What a Feeling,” has died at age 63, her publicist posted on Twitter and on the late singer’s website Saturday.
“It is with profound sadness that on behalf of her family I announce the passing of Irene Cara,” publicist Judith A. Moose posted online.
Moore also confirmed Cara’s death with ABC News station, KABC.
The youngest daughter of a Latin musician, Cara began her career as a child singing and dancing on Spanish television, according to a bio on her website.
She shot to stardom in her breakout role as Coco Hernandez in the 1980 movie “Fame.” She also sang the movie’s titular song. MORE: In Memoriam: Notable people who died in 2022.
Her biggest hit, however, was in 1983 with her song, “Flashdance … What a feeling” for the movie, “Flashdance.” The song garnered Cara an Academy Award.
Cara’s other career accolades included a Golden Globe award as well as a nomination for best supporting actress, a People’s Choice award, an Obie award as a child for her work in theater, and an Image award, according to her website.
According to Moose, Cara died in her Florida home and her cause of death is unknown, but will be “released when information is available.”
A Walmart supervisor who killed six co-workers before turning the gun on himself this week left a rambling note on his cellphone in which he railed against other employees at the Chesapeake, Virginia, store who he felt had mocked and betrayed him.
The note was released by the city of Chesapeake on Friday in an update on its investigation into why the suspect, identified as 31-year-old Andre Bing, began firing on workers gathered in a break room before their overnight shift late on Tuesday.
Bing, who was team leader for the shift, was armed with a handgun when he shot some but not all of the employees assembled in the break room, witnesses and police said, raising the prospect that he may have targeted individuals.
In search of his home, investigators found ammunition and various items related to the 9mm handgun, including a receipt, according to the update from Chesapeake, a city of 251,000 people about 200 miles (320 km) south of Washington.
“The gun was legally purchased from a local store on the morning of Tuesday, Nov. 22. He had no criminal history,” the city said in a statement on Friday.
In his note, Bing made reference to an unspecified work failure on his part and perceived slights from co-workers, who he felt were mocking him. He said he believed his phone had been hacked and “was giving the worst feeling imaginable.”
Todd and Julie Chrisley spoke about ‘living through a nightmare’ and regretting their fame before they were sentenced to 19 years in prison
- Todd and Julie Chrisley recorded a new episode of “Chrisley Confessions” before they were sentenced.
- They expressed regret over “taking on a public platform” and agreeing to be on a reality TV show.
- Todd was given 12 years in prison, while Julie was given seven for fraud convictions this week.