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Face tattoo artist of Aaron Carter tried to talk to him

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Almost the whole side of Aaron Carter’s face is said by the tattoo artist who attempted to tell him, but the singer insisted. And he wished more, actually.

Herchell Carrasco–RockRollG–informs TMZ… On his house Friday, he booked a $3k tat session, but nothing really went by plan. Herchell said he thought he would add to Aaron’s torso a lot of art— a face tattoo wasn’t discussed— but Carter received the concept for Medusa once… It’s all snowballed.

Carrasco informs us that Aaron knew that he had a tattoo experience, including a few on Tekashi’s 6ix9ine’s forehead soon before he was detained, which made Aaron come back to catch his mug, too… Right in the center. Right.

Herchell claims he settled down on the side of his face with Aaron and even attempted to speak to him… But he says Carter knew what he wished, and eventually, what they want to do is up to the client.

Carrasco adds, “In Aaron’s case I have evaluated the scenario and really thought he was in a nice mental position to be tattooed.” We’re informed that Rihanna’s 2013 medusa-inspired cover picture was originally used for a GQ magazine as guides for a stencil drawing, but then Aaron wanted the pic as his real tattoo… So Carrasco reticently forced it.

Face tattoo artist of Aaron Carter tried to talk to him

He tells us he did the big tattoo, but Aaron was unhappy— he wished to have “Love” inked under his eye, too… Because Carrasco just informed Carrasco that’s his brand.

After Herchell had added a moon tattoo on Aaron’s other hand, he informs us that he told Aaron that he was done for the day. I could not cover his entire face up in a tattoo. I just couldn’t. “The excellent news— for Carrasco— informs us Aaron finished paying him $5k… He claims that,”[ Carter] wants to maintain going and I must stop him. So a big two more than they agreed.

Face tattoo artist of Aaron Carter tried to talk to him
He also understands what individuals think and says that Carter was smoking cigarettes and weeds all day long…. He saw him not using any other medicines.

He claims he’s been in good spirit all the time and as we reported… Aaron appears to be having fun with his new face of art.

Rajesh is a freelancer with a background in e-commerce marketing. Having spent her career in startups, He specializes in strategizing and executing marketing campaigns.

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CSU Rams vs. Iowa live blog: Real-time updates from the college football game at Kinnick Stadium

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Digital sports strategist for The Denver Post. Previously he was the online prep sports editor. Prior to that, he covered Adams County and Aurora in the YourHub section. He also writes about beer, professional wrestling and video games.

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Taliban hang body in public; signal return to past tactics

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Witness: Taliban hang dead body in Afghan city’s main square

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — The Taliban hanged a dead body from a crane parked in a city square in Afghanistan on Saturday in a gruesome display that signaled the hard-line group’s return to some of its brutal tactics of the past.

Taliban officials initially brought four bodies to the central square in the western city of Herat, then moved three of them to other parts of the city for public display, said Wazir Ahmad Seddiqi, who runs a pharmacy on the edge of the square.

Taliban officials announced that the four were caught taking part in a kidnapping earlier Saturday and were killed by police, Seddiqi said. Ziaulhaq Jalali, a Taliban-appointed district police chief in Herat, said later that Taliban members rescued a father and son who had been abducted by four kidnappers after an exchange of gunfire. He said a Taliban fighter and a civilian were wounded by the kidnappers, and that the kidnappers were killed in crossfire.

An Associated Press video showed crowds gathering around the crane and peering up at the body as some men chanted.

“The aim of this action is to alert all criminals that they are not safe,” a Taliban commander who did not identify himself told the AP in an on-camera interview conducted in the square.

Since the Taliban overran Kabul on Aug. 15 and seized control of the country, Afghans and the world have been watching to see whether they will re-create their harsh rule of the late 1990s, which included public stonings and limb amputations of alleged criminals, some of which took place in front of large crowds at a stadium.

Mullah Nooruddin Turabi, one of the founders of the Taliban and the chief enforcer of its harsh interpretation of Islamic law when they last ruled Afghanistan, told The Associated Press this week that the militant movement will once again carry out executions and amputations of hands, though perhaps not in public.

“Everyone criticized us for the punishments in the stadium, but we have never said anything about their laws and their punishments,” Turabi said. “No one will tell us what our laws should be. We will follow Islam and we will make our laws on the Quran.”

The group’s leaders remain entrenched in a deeply conservative, hard-line worldview, even if they are embracing technological changes, such as video and mobile phones.

President Joe Biden’s administration signaled on Friday that the U.S. would not tolerate the Taliban’s return to their past punishment methods.

“We condemn in the strongest terms reports of reinstating amputations and executions of Afghans,” State Department spokesman Ned Price told reporters. “The acts the Taliban are talking about here would constitute clear gross abuses of human rights, and we stand firm with the international community to hold perpetrators of these — of any such abuses — accountable.”

Also Saturday, a roadside bomb hit a Taliban car in the capital of eastern Nangarhar province, wounding at least one person, a Taliban official said. No one immediately claimed responsibility for the bombing. The Islamic State group affiliate, which is headquartered in eastern Afghanistan, has said it was behind similar attacks in Jalalabad last week that killed 12 people.

The person wounded in the attack is a municipal worker, Taliban spokesperson Mohammad Hanif said.

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Xaverian blows out Brockton in 42-6 rout

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BROCKTON — Friday night was the type of game that Xaverian football coach Al Fornaro loves, and not just because it was a win in what he believes is the best nonleague rivalry in the state.

His outstanding offensive line allowed the Hawks to do whatever they wanted offensively as junior Michael Oates ran for two touchdowns and senior Jake Gilbert threw for two more in a 42-6 rout of Brockton.

“I don’t get to coach the position anymore, which I’m not happy about, but I went down when they were doing a little 1-on-1s and I stopped the drill and told them, as an offensive line there is nothing more satisfying than moving a human being against his will, and we did that a lot tonight,” said Fornaro.

Xaverian (1-2) scored on five of its seven possessions with the first team offense — all TDs. The Hawks were essentially stopped just once as one series ended with a botched field goal attempt at the end of the half.

Oates piled up 124 yards on just 14 carries and had scoring runs of 24 and 39, the second of which made it 28-0 just two plays into the second half. BC-bound senior left tackle Jack Funke led the way up front, along with juniors Cole Canty, Kastriot Panariti and Jon Mould, and sophomore Andrew Dufault.

A sophomore cornerback with a name quite familiar to Hawks fans provided the highlight of the night when Charlie Comella, whose father Greg and uncles Matt and J.P. all starred for Xaverian, picked off a deep ball down the left sideline and zig-zagged his way 55 yards back to the end zone in the second quarter.

“He’s good. He’s got good bloodlines and I’m glad he’s here,” said Fornaro of Comella. “He is playing because he’s the best guy. Greg played for me and I’m told he’s not going to play if he’s not the best guy. The school pays my salary, not the parents.”

Comella also caught a 29-yard TD pass, running under a beautiful lofted toss from Gilbert, who finished 11-of-15 for 167 yards. Gilbert capped the scoring by hitting Brockton native Jonathan Monteiro for a 34-yard TD.

Boxers QB Jason Wotondi accounted for nearly all of the Brockton offense, throwing for 130 yards and a touchdown and running for 39 more.

Xaverian has now won nine of the last 10 contests between the teams and leads the rivalry 26-13 overall.

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Salmonella outbreak from unidentified source expands to 29 states; CDC says strain found in takeout container

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Salmonella outbreak from unidentified source expands to 29 states; CDC says strain found in takeout container

The CDC said it was “not possible” to determine which component of the takeout meal was contaminated, as the container contained multiple food items. (Getty Images)

(NEXSTAR) – The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has recorded a “significant” number of new infections amid a multi-state outbreak of salmonella stemming from an unknown food source.

At least 279 infections have been linked to the strain observed in the outbreak, 26 of which have required hospitalization, according to the latest CDC case count made public on Friday. Last week, the CDC had only confirmed 127 infections linked to the unidentified food source, including 18 hospitalizations.

The outbreak has also expanded to a total of 29 states, or four more than when the CDC first reported the infections last week.

No deaths have been linked to the outbreak.

Salmonella Oranienburg, the strain observed in this outbreak, began sickening people on Aug. 3 and grew “rapidly” in the following weeks, according to the CDC. The agency estimates that the actual number of sick people is “likely much higher” than 279, as many infected individuals often recover without seeking treatment or getting tested.

It can also take up to four weeks to determine if a sick person is indeed part of the outbreak, the agency says.

Investigators have yet to determine a food source linked to the outbreak, though the strain has since been identified in a takeout container provided to a restaurant customer, per the CDC’s lab data.

“State and local officials have collected food items from some of the restaurants where sick people ate,” the CDC wrote in Friday’s update. “The outbreak strain of Salmonella Oranienburg was found in a sample taken from a takeout condiment cup containing cilantro and lime. The sick person reported that the condiment container also contained onions, but none were left in the cup when it was tested.”

The CDC says, however, that it is “not possible” to determine exactly which ingredient or component was contaminated, as the takeout container contained other foods.

Health officials are currently gathering additional data, per the CDC.

In a statement shared with Nexstar days before the CDC’s latest update, the agency said it was continuing to see “a significant number of new cases reported each day.”

The statement, issued by Belsie González, MPH, the senior public affairs specialist for the CDC, added that “it remains important that people report symptoms to their healthcare provider and local health department.”  

Symptoms of salmonella include diarrhea, fever, stomach cramps, and possible nausea, vomiting or headache. Those experiencing more severe symptoms — including dehydration, prolonged vomiting, prolonged diarrhea, or diarrhea with a fever of over 102 degrees F, among other symptoms — should contact a doctor immediately.

A complete list of the number of infections and where they were reported can be found below.

  • Texas: 81
  • Oklahoma: 40
  • Illinois: 23
  • Virginia: 22
  • Minnesota: 19
  • Massachusetts: 10
  • Maryland: 9
  • Wisconsin: 8
  • Arkansas: 7
  • Kansas: 6
  • New Mexico: 6
  • California: 5
  • Connecticut: 5
  • South Dakota: 5
  • Michigan: 4
  • Nebraska: 4
  • New Jersey: 4
  • Pennsylvania: 4
  • Missouri: 3
  • Florida: 2
  • New York: 2
  • North Carolina: 2
  • Utah: 2
  • Indiana: 1
  • Iowa: 1
  • North Dakota: 1
  • Oregon: 1
  • South Carolina: 1
  • Tennessee: 1

More information on this outbreak and salmonella infection can be found at the CDC’s website.

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Motorcyclist dies in Thornton crash on Friday night

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A motorcyclist died Friday night in a single-vehicle crash in Thornton, police said.

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Cheyenne County sheriff arrested on DUI, harassment charges, officials say

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The Cheyenne County sheriff was arrested on charges of harassment and driving under the influence, the Kit Carson Sheriff’s Office confirmed Friday.

Cheyenne County Sheriff Jeff Miller is facing one count of harassment-strike/shove/kick and one count of driving under the influence. The KCSO did not provide details into the incident that led to the charges.

Miller was released on a personal recognizance bond Friday, according to court documents.

Read the full story at thedenverchannel.com.

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Denver weather: Sunny skies with highs in the upper 80s through the weekend

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Sunny skies and warm weather, with high temperatures in the upper 80s, make up the Denver-weather forecast through the weekend.

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Nathan Eovaldi crushed early as Red Sox open big weekend with dispiriting loss to Yankees

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Nathan Eovaldi crushed early as Red Sox open big weekend with dispiriting loss to Yankees

In 10 days, the Red Sox could very well play the Yankees at home in the American League wild-card game. And if it is, there’s a good chance Nathan Eovaldi would square off against Gerrit Cole with a trip to the division series on the line.

If that ends up being the case, the Red Sox will be glad Friday night wasn’t the real thing.

Of course, they have to get there first. After winning seven consecutive games, the Red Sox were offered a hard dose of reality and a reminder that nothing is locked up yet, as they started their most important series of the season with a clunker. The Yankees ambushed Eovaldi early, sending him to his shortest start of the season after he gave up seven earned runs, and the Red Sox put their lucky yellow jerseys back in the closet after a dispiriting, 8-3, loss.

“The good ones, they have bad ones,” Alex Cora said of Eovaldi.

The Red Sox stayed atop the wild card standings as they remained three games up on the Blue Jays, who lost to the Twins, but the gap shrunk to one game over the Yankees with two more against them this weekend in a series that could shape not only who makes the wild-card game on Oct. 5, but who hosts it.

“We’re not there yet,” Cora said. “We know where we’re at right now. We’ve got to show up (Saturday) and put a good game. We cannot get ahead of ourselves talking about playoffs. Right now, we are in a fight with a lot of teams around us and (Saturday) we have to come out here and play a good game.”

Eovaldi had dominated the Yankees in his first five starts this season but had his worst start of the year at one of the most inopportune times. Right away, the right-hander didn’t have it. He gave up three consecutive hits to start the game — quickly taking the life out of a buzzing, sellout Fenway Park crowd — as he evoked a rare mound visit from pitching coach Dave Bush before he even recorded an out.

After not allowing more than two runs in any of his prior five starts, Eovaldi put the Red Sox in a 3-0 hole. He simply couldn’t finish off Yankees hitters despite consistently pitching into favorable counts. Four of the seven hits he allowed came with two strikes, including a three-run homer from Giancarlo Stanton in the third that gave the Yankees a commanding 6-0 lead and sent the Red Sox’ bullpen into motion far earlier than they likely expected.

Eovaldi’s command was the root of his problems. He felt he didn’t have a feel for his splitter, which he said kept slipping out. He wasn’t able to locate the pitch down in the zone, and ultimately abandoned it.

“I felt like I just didn’t do my job tonight going out and attacking batters the way I should have and the way I’m capable of doing,” Eovaldi said. “It’s one of those things, too, when I don’t have a certain pitch working, I can’t shy away from it. I have to keep forcing it and figuring it out.”

It all came to an embarrassing head in that third inning. Eovaldi allowed a single to Joey Gallo and then a two-out walk to Brett Gardner before Alex Cora had finally seen enough, sending his All-Star to the showers.

Hirokazu Sawamura came on in relief and struggled to find the strike zone, but he induced Kyle Higashioka into what should have been an inning-ending out when the catcher lifted a pop fly to the right of the pitcher’s mound. But Kyle Schwarber, making his sixth start at first base with the Red Sox, let it drop behind him as the Yankees scored another run to make it 7-0.

The Red Sox, meanwhile, couldn’t do much against Cole. They didn’t record a hit against the Yankees’ ace until J.D. Martinez’s two-out ground-rule double in the fourth. Rafael Devers breathed life into Fenway when he continued to torch Cole with a three-run homer to the right-field seats, but it was short-lived.

Cole walked three but struck out six over six innings in the victory. The Red Sox tried to rally again when he left in the seventh, putting two on with two out as the Yankees went to left-hander Wandy Peralta. Cora countered with an aggressive move to pinch-hit Bobby Dalbec for Schwarber, but it didn’t work as the rookie struck out to end the threat.

The Red Sox couldn’t manage a comeback over the final innings after Eovaldi’s uncharacteristic effort.

“It’s frustrating,” Eovaldi said. “We knew how important this game is tonight. We know where we stand in the hunt for the wild card and everything and the playoffs. I have to be able to set the tone, especially the first game of the series, and I didn’t do that tonight. That’s extremely frustrating for me. It’s just frustrating.”

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Freihofer’s Run for Women 5K returns in downtown Albany for its 43rd year

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Freihofer’s Run for Women 5K returns in downtown Albany for its 43rd year

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Over 1,200 women took to the streets of downtown Albany Saturday morning for the 43rd annual Freihofer’s Run for Women 5K.

“It is amazing, the energy is already super high,” Kristen Hisloo, the event’s director said.

Saturday marked 43 years for the race itself, and also one of its runners.

“When I first started, there was about 300 women, then it grew to almost 4,000. This year, it’s a little bit smaller because of COVID but still, what a great turnout,” said Denise Herman.

Herman has run each year since the race began back in 1979, becoming a large part of what’s become a growing tradition in the Capital Region.

“I’m in awe about that. When I first started in ‘79, because I have shirts that say ‘crossing the line in ‘79’, I would’ve never thought it would come to where it is today,” she explained.

While some continue a years-long tradition, others, including this year’s winner, running the race for the very first time.

“It’s been definitely a bucket list race for me. I heard about it so much when I was in high school growing up, so just to be here today is cool,” said Aisling Cuffe, the Massachusetts native who finished the race in 16 minutes and 34 seconds.

Whether its their first or 43rd race, everyone just glad to have these sorts of events back in person again. Especially as crowds of people gathered along the course to cheer runners on.

“We have all these people that have been really ready to get back and experience this fun event, so we’re excited,” Hisloo said.

This year’s event also took donations for three different local charities, with over $4,000 raised to this point.

The organizations include Girls on the Run Capital Region, Albany Medical Foundation and United Way of the Greater Capital Region.

A virtual run was also available for runners this year, with over 300 participating away from the course. Next year’s race is set to return to its normal June date, on June 4th.

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Former ABC News executive says Chris Cuomo harassed her

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Former ABC News executive says Chris Cuomo harassed her

By DAVID BAUDER

NEW YORK (AP) — A television executive who accused Chris Cuomo of groping her at a party 16 years ago says the CNN anchor needs a public education about sexual harassment and if he did that, “he’d be a hero instead of a cad.”

The executive, Shelley Ross, said Friday she’s concerned that Cuomo’s reaction to her story and his role advising his brother, former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, indicates that he’s learned little about harassment and what it does to women.

“I don’t want to see anybody lose their job,” Ross told The Associated Press. “I want to see people learn and to make the news business a better place and the workplace a better place.”

Her story represented another embarrassment for the host of “Cuomo Prime Time,” generally the network’s top-rated show. He has been criticized for his role advising his brother, Andrew Cuomo, who resigned as New York governor last month over allegations of sexual harassment from multiple women.

Cuomo did not address the matter on his show Friday night.

Ross said in an opinion piece in The New York Times on Friday that Chris Cuomo had greeted her at a going-away party in 2005 with a bear hug “while lowering one hand to firmly grab and squeeze the cheek of my buttock.”

Ross said Cuomo told her, “I can do this now that you’re no longer my boss,” and she responded, “No you can’t,” pushing him off while stepping back to reveal her husband, who saw the whole thing.

In an interview, Ross called it an attempt to diminish and belittle a female executive in front of her staff.

Cuomo sent an apologetic email to Ross shortly afterward saying he was “ashamed.”

Asked for comment, Cuomo told the Times, “As Shelley acknowledges, our interaction was not sexual in nature. It happened 16 years ago in a public setting when she was a top executive at ABC. I apologized to her then, and I meant it.” CNN had no additional comment on Friday.

“There was no interaction,” said Ross, former executive producer of the newsmagazine “Primetime Live.” “An interaction has a premise that two people are involved in something. I did not want to be groped.”

“I didn’t know if he had changed from the years we worked together,” she added, “and I see from the response that he hasn’t.”

Cuomo took a scheduled day off Friday from his SiriusXM radio show, the service said. CNN referred reporters to Cuomo’s statement to the newspaper.

Ross said she was motivated to tell her story in part because of the fallout faced by some people who had advised the former governor. They included the resignations of Roberta Kaplan and Tina Tchen, two figures in the Time’s Up organization, and Alphonso David, who was ousted as president of the Human Rights Campaign.

CNN has not commented publicly about findings from a New York attorney general’s report about Chris Cuomo being involved in discussions with his brother’s advisers about how to respond to the first reports of harassment allegations. Such involvement in politics is generally considered off-limits for journalists.

Chris Cuomo told CNN viewers last month that he had advised his brother to be contrite.

“I was there to listen and offer my take,” Cuomo said. “And my advice to my brother was simple and consistent — own what you did, tell people what you’ll try to do to be better, be contrite. Finally, accept that it doesn’t matter what you intended, what matters is how your actions and your words are perceived.”

He eventually advised his brother, who has denied touching any women inappropriately, to resign. But the Washington Post reported that, when charges were first revealed last winter, Chris Cuomo had advised Andrew to take a defiant position and not resign.

The report by New York Attorney General Letitia James that precipitated the governor’s resignation included an email Chris Cuomo sent to his brother’s advisers last February about a suggested public statement that the New York Democrat should make.

Ross said in her essay in the Times that Chris Cuomo should have been ashamed for his conduct with her, “But my question today is the same as it was then: Was he ashamed of what he did, or was he embarrassed because my husband saw it?”

She wrote that she sees Cuomo’s apology as “an attempt to provide himself with legal and moral coverage to evade accountability.”

Ross has written previously of being sexually harassed by Roger Ailes, who was ousted from Fox News Channel over harassment complaints and died in 2017.

Recounting the 1981 encounter in her New York Times piece, Ross said Ailes apologized to her for insisting on a “sexual alliance” as a condition of a pending job offer at NBC’s “Tomorrow” show. Ross said she accepted Ailes’ apology, naively thinking she could “help reform the workplace one predator at a time.”

She suggested a series of town hall meetings titled “The Continuing Education of Chris Cuomo.”

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This story has been corrected to show that the program Cuomo hosts is called “Cuomo Prime Time,” not “CNN Prime Time.”

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