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A mysterious phone call leads the father to the body of his missing son, 18, who was found shoeless in a pool of blood after the party

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Jacob Hills Was Found Dead In The Basement Of An Apartment Building

An anonymous call led to the discovery of the body of an 18-year-old, who was found in a pool of blood and shoeless after disappearing after a party, police officers said.

Jacob Hills was reported missing by his family on Sunday after attending a party at the apartment building, where he was later found dead.


Jacob Hills was found dead in the basement of an apartment buildingPhoto credit: WXYZ
Hills Had Attended A Party At The Building On Saturday Night


Hills had attended a party at the building on Saturday nightPhoto credit: WXYZ

The teenager’s father received the anonymous call on Sunday, with the source revealing Hills’ whereabouts.

Hills was found in the basement of the building with multiple gunshot wounds, police said.

Sadie Hills, the teen’s mother, told a local ABC affiliate that her son was found “in a pool of blood.”

The woman also said Hills recently bought a gun that “was in his car when he drove down to the party in Detroit.”

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She believes her son was “lured” by his possession of the new gun as well as the graduation money, she told the outlet.

“They stole the shoes off his feet,” Sadie Hills said.

Hills had recently graduated from high school and was preparing to join the National Guard, reports FOX News.

“Without hampering the investigation, we know the victim was interested in purchasing a firearm. Whether it was in the area where he lived or in this area — I don’t want to go into detail at this point,” Detroit Police Commander Michael McGinnis said during a news conference Monday.

“I know for a fact that he was here for a party.

Hills had spent Saturday with his family and mentioned going to the party in Detroit later that evening.

His family became concerned when they hadn’t heard from the teenager on Sunday.

Family members tracked Hills’ phone when he still hadn’t returned home.

They found his car and phone in Dearborn Heights, McGinnis said.

It was later that evening when Hills’ father received the anonymous call and the source told him where the teen’s body was located.

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“His life was cut short and our detectives are working diligently to identify the perpetrator in this case and bring justice to the family,” McGinnis said.

Anyone with information regarding Hills’ disappearance and death is urged to call the Detroit Police Department Homicide at 313-596-2260.

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A mysterious phone call leads the father to the body of his missing son, 18, who was found shoeless in a pool of blood after the party



Serena Williams falls in generation clash against Raducanu in Cincinnati

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Serena Williams Falls In Generation Clash Against Raducanu In Cincinnati

Rising teenager Emma Raducanu emerged on the winning side of a generational clash against tennis icon Serena Williams with a 6-4 6-0 win in their first-round encounter at the Cincinnati Open on Tuesday.

After a slow start, the 23-time Grand Slam champion finally gave the supporting crowd something to cheer about when she smashed back-to-back aces to cut Raducanu’s lead to 4-3.

But the reigning English US Open champion fired her own ace to clinch the first set and followed that up with a break of serve to open the second.

Raducanu rolled from there, hitting an unrecoverable serve on match point to end their first career encounter.

“I think we all have to honor Serena and her incredible career,” Raducanu said in an on-court interview.

“I’m so grateful that I got to play with her and that our careers crossed paths. Everything she’s accomplished is so inspiring, and it’s been a real honor to be able to share the pitch with her.”

Serena Williams of the United States prepares to play a match against Emma Raducanu of Great Britain at the Western & Southern Open tennis tournament in Mason, Ohio on August 16, 2022.

Williams, 40, was world number one and had already won four major titles when Raducanu was born in November 2002.

Williams won her last major in 2017 while pregnant with her daughter Olympia, who was in attendance.

With the loss, Williams has just one more professional tournament before pulling the curtain on her historic career – the US Open, which begins on August 29.

Exit from Osaka

Earlier in the day, Naomi Osaka’s US Open preparations suffered another setback as the former world number one was swept 6-4 7-5 by China’s Zhang Shuai.

It was only Osaka’s third tournament after an Achilles injury, and it was a strong comeback for the two-time US Open champion, who also retired in the first round in Toronto last week. retiring with lower back pain.

For Zhang, the doubles champion in Cincinnati last year, it was her first singles win at the event since 2014.

“Naomi, she’s amazing, but I don’t know if maybe she’s not feeling really good today,” Zhang said. “But for sure today – not his best today.”

Gauff injured, Venus Williams falls

American teenager Coco Gauff rolled her left ankle late in the first set of her match against qualifier Marie Bouzkova, and she eventually retired from the match as she led 7-5 1-0.

The newly crowned world number one in doubles will be looking to recover ahead of the US Open where she hopes to compete for a maiden Grand Slam title.

This year’s major at Flushing Meadows begins August 29.

Venus Williams was beaten by 14th seed Karolina Pliskova.

Venus Williams was aiming for her first victory against a top-20 ranked opponent since defeating Kiki Bertens in Cincinnati three years ago.

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Arizona border wall delayed after 2 containers overturned

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Arizona Border Wall Delayed After 2 Containers Overturned

PHOENIX (AP) — An effort by Republican Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey to use shipping containers to close a 1,000-foot gap in the U.S.-Mexico border wall near Yuma suffered a brief setback when two containers stacked have overturned.

Claudia Ramos, a digital platform correspondent for Univision Noticias in Arizona, posted on her Twitter feed a photo she took Monday morning of the containers alongside them. She said they fell on the American side of the border.

No witnesses came forward to say what happened Sunday night.

Ramos said contractors in the area told him they thought the containers may have been blown over by strong monsoon winds.

But CJ Karamargin, a spokesman for Ducey, said he doubted that assumption, adding that even though the containers are empty, they still weigh thousands of pounds.

“It’s unlikely to be a weather event,” Karamargin said, suggesting someone opposed to the wall was to blame.

The pair of stacked containers was righted early Monday morning.

“Clearly we have struck a chord. They don’t like what we are doing and they don’t want to keep the border open,” the spokesperson said.

Officials in Ducey’s office said they were moving to stop the migrants after repeated and broken promises from the Biden administration to close the gap.

Federal officials have not commented on the state’s actions, which come without explicit permission on federal lands. State contractors began moving and stacking 60-foot-long (18.2 meters long) and 9-foot-tall (2.7 meters high) shipping containers early Friday. Two other 1,000-foot (305-meter) gaps will also be closed. The containers will be topped with 4 feet (1.2 meters) of barbed wire.

Karamargin said Border Patrol notified the governor’s office around midnight that the containers had been knocked over.

“These weren’t secure yet,” he said. “This happened before securing the containers to the ground. They will be bolted on later and will not be removable.


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Back-to-back home runs from Cedric Mullins, Adley Rutschman spark Orioles to 4-2 win over Blue Jays

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Back-To-Back Home Runs From Cedric Mullins, Adley Rutschman Spark Orioles To 4-2 Win Over Blue Jays

For all his talents, Adley Rutschman’s greatest strength might just be his ability to discern balls from strikes, a model of the swing decision-based development plan that floods the Orioles’ minor league system. At times, it’s burned him, with his awareness of the strike zone perhaps sharper than that night’s home-plate umpire.

On Tuesday, when he dropped his bat head on Toronto Blue Jays ace Alek Manoah’s slider just below the strike zone, he showed that the area in which he can do damage is expansive. His solo shot came two pitches after Cedric Mullins also delivered one, with the back-to-back home runs evening a game the Orioles eventually won, 4-2, to move within half a game of Toronto for an American League wild-card spot.

The Orioles (61-55) were eight games under .500 when Rutschman, then the game’s top prospect, was called up to the majors for the first time, and he has been transformative on both sides of the ball. In his past 54 games — a span represent a third of a full major league season — the 24-year-old has hit .283/.395/.516 with 22 doubles, seven home runs and a 36-to-34 strikeout-to-walk ratio to firmly plant himself within the AL Rookie of the Year race.

Working behind the plate, he guided starter Dean Kremer through some early rough innings, including throwing out an attempted base stealer in the bottom of the seventh. Kremer finished seven innings despite facing a 2-0 deficit two batters into his outing.

The home runs from Mullins and Rutschman erased that. Manoah had allowed one hit the first two times through Baltimore’s lineup, with a single from Rougned Odor prompting a storm of boos for a player still unpopular in Toronto for punching José Bautista in the face six years ago while with the Texas Rangers.

Terrin Vavra, who like Rutschman is a rookie who works counts, drew a one-out walk off Manoah, moved to second on an Odor groundout and scored on a single from Ramón Urías. Ryan McKenna, in the lineup against a right-handed starter after recording his first three-hit game, drove home Urías with another knock.

Baltimore’s offense was unproductive outside of those two frames, but Kremer, Dillon Tate and Félix Bautista made those runs stand as the Orioles won a fifth straight matchup against the Blue Jays, matching their victory tally in last year’s season series.

Mean Dean

After an infield single began his night, Kremer surrendered a home run to Vladimir Guerrero Jr. to put the Orioles in an early two-run hole. When he walked off the mound after the seventh inning, those two runs remained all the Blue Jays scored.

Kremer tied his career high with those seven frames, recovering from early trouble for the Orioles’ deepest start since Jordan Lyles pitched seven innings July 12.

Toronto loaded the bases against Kremer with one out in the third, but he got Matt Chapman to ground into the double play for a scoreless inning. That began a stretch in which he retired 11 of 12 Blue Jays, with a bunt single from Santiago Espinal spoiling it.

But Rutschman threw out Espinal trying to steal second before Odor ranged to his left for an inning-ending groundout, with Ryan Mountcastle making a strong pick at first base.

Tate worked a quick eighth before Bautista struck out two in the ninth for the save.

Playoff picture

On top of being half a game behind the Blue Jays with the chance to surpass them with a sweep Wednesday, the Orioles kept pace with the Tampa Bay Rays, who remained 1 1/2 games in front of Baltimore in the wild-card race by again beating the New York Yankees.

The Seattle Mariners, who entered the day holding the top of the three wild-card spots with a two-game lead on the Orioles, did not begin play until late Tuesday.

This story will be updated.

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American Airlines to buy 20 jets from Boom Supersonic – TechCrunch

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American Airlines To Buy 20 Jets From Boom Supersonic – Techcrunch

American Airlines will buy up to 20 jets from Boom Supersonic, an aircraft manufacturer that aims to bring supersonic, high-speed flight to market.

Boom’s four-engine Overture jets promise speeds of up to Mach 1.7 over water, twice the speed of today’s fastest commercial jets, meaning the jet can fly from Miami to London in just under five hours, instead of the usual nine hours.

About a year ago, United Airlines also agreed to buy about 15 Boom planes, and in 2016 Virgin Atlantic partnered with Boom to build and test planes in a bid to make historically expensive flights more affordable. affordable.

With the American Airlines deal in hand, Boom has an order for 130 planes to fill, including options – American has an option to buy another 40 jets – worth around $26 billion, reports Reuters. Boom’s Overture jets, which can carry 65 to 80 passengers, are expected to start rolling out of Boom’s production line in Greensboro, North Carolina, in 2025, followed by test flights in 2026. Boom expects its jets carrying its first passengers in 2029, but Boom has already been delayed in carrying out test flights for its other jet, the XB-1, so delivery of the Overture could also be delayed. delayed.

Boom’s jets, while incredibly fast, are not as fast as those of the legendary Concorde, which flew at a speed of Mach 2.04. Concorde, which made its first supersonic flight in 1976 from New York to London in three hours, was in the skies until 2003, when Concorde made its last commercial flight, due to a number of problems with jets. For one, the flights were expensive to operate and used too much fuel, meaning they would cost thousands of dollars for a ticket. Concorde jets were also incredibly loud due to their “sonic booms” – so loud, in fact, that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) banned commercial supersonic land flights.

Boom’s Overture will fly over land about 20% faster than subsonic flights, but not as fast as the more than 600 mostly transoceanic routes that Overture will be best suited to.

In January of last year, the FAA issued final new rules to pave the way for the reintroduction of supersonic commercial flight. Besides Boom, other companies are exploring ways to bring this technology back to life. Virgin Galactic partnered with Rolls-Royce in 2020 to develop a supersonic jet, and NASA and Lockheed Martin are also looking to design a jet that could break the sound barrier with a quieter sonic boom.

Boom told TechCrunch that the Overture has noise reduction features such as engine updates and an automated noise reduction system that will ensure the supersonic liftoff is no louder than subsonic jets. today and meets the noise levels required by the International Civil Aviation Organization.

American Airlines and Boom have yet to set approximate ticket prices, but Boom said it is designing the Overture to be 75% cheaper than Concorde for airlines and cost-effective for airlines to fares similar to business class. The Overture jet is designed to run on sustainable aviation fuel or a blend, which will hopefully reduce environmental costs, as supersonic jets consume far more fuel per passenger than normal commercial aircraft.


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Biden falsely claims to work, middle class won’t ‘pay a dime more’ thanks to IRS audits

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Biden Falsely Claims To Work, Middle Class Won'T 'Pay A Dime More' Thanks To Irs Audits

CLAIM: During the signing of the ‘Cutting Inflation Act’ on Tuesday, President Joe Biden said no American ‘earning less than $400,000 a year will pay a penny more in federal taxes’ to following billions of dollars to dramatically increase the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). ) audits.

VERDICT: False. The Inflation Reduction Act does not include any provision requiring the IRS to avoid targeting working and middle-class Americans with new IRS audits. In fact, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) estimates that about $20 billion will be taken from Americans earning less than $400,000 a year as a result of the audits.

“I keep my campaign commitment. Nobody…nobody making less than $400,000 a year is going to pay a penny more in federal taxes,” Biden said, referring to his 2020 campaign pitch that pledged not to raise taxes on workers and American middle classes.

Despite that claim, Senate Democrats made sure to vote against Sen. Mike Crapo’s (R-ID) amendment to the Cut Inflation Act that would have banned the IRS from targeting middle-class Americans. working and middle class with the $80 billion the plan includes for new audits. .

The CBO estimates that the new IRS audits will take at least $20 billion from working- and middle-class Americans earning less than $400,000 a year, adding to the billions already taken from this income group.

The likelihood that working-class and middle-class Americans will be targeted by the IRS because of the Cut Inflation Act is so high that Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen is pleading with the agency to avoid go after those who earn less than $400,000 a year.

Jared Bernstein, a member of the White House Council of Economic Advisers, said the administration cannot guarantee that no American earning less than $400,000 a year will be audited by the IRS with the new funds.

Bernstein’s statement contradicts White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, who falsely claims that the plan does not allow for new IRS audits of Americans earning less than $400,000.

John Binder is a reporter for Breitbart News. Email him at [email protected] Follow him on Twitter here.

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Ultramarathoner Dean Karnazes shares chilling story of coyote attack at Marin Headlands

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Ultramarathoner Dean Karnazes Shares Chilling Story Of Coyote Attack At Marin Headlands

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — A Bay Area runner shares his story after being injured in an encounter with a coyote while running down a trail in Marin Headlands.

Ultramarathoner Dean Karnazes posted a video on Instagram moments after the attack. Karnazes says he had just opened an energy bar during the race around 3 a.m. Friday, about 40 miles into the 150-mile course. After hearing a noise from behind, Karnazes says he turned to look – that’s when a coyote jumped on him.

“A coyote just hit me and fell on my face,” Karnazes said, “I looked up and it was kinda in front of me. And I had polls going on, I was running with polls going on. So I hit it and it just flew away.”

The coyote, according to the marathon runner, was a medium-sized dog that seemed well nourished with a nice coat. He says he had seen coyotes earlier in the day, but hadn’t had an unwanted altercation – this one was after his food.

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“It was in an area that I later learned people were in, it was problematic with people feeding the coyote. So I think he just saw the food as an opportunity.”

Although his face was bloody when he fell, Karnazes was able to fend off the animal without further injury. Will he be back on track? Certainly, he said.

Karnazes has this message for other trail runners who might have a similar encounter with a wild animal:

“I think if they (the runners) see someone feeding a coyote, say something, let the wild animals be wild. The mystique and magic of the ultra marathon is that you’re in the wild and you see lots of animals – you see deer, you see coyotes, bobcats and you see lots of rabbits and it’s a really unique experience and we’re so lucky to have it in our garden here in the area from the bay. So I would say come and just be a little more mindful. Don’t run around at three in the morning all alone eating. Yeah.

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