Jerry Springer Show Star Steve Wilkos Charged with DUI After Terrifying Crash

Steve Wilkos, the talk show host and former security director on The Jerry Springer Show, was arrested on charges of operating under the influence in connection with a car crash. On Jan. 21, Wilkos, 53, was involved and injured in a one-vehicle crash in Darien, Connecticut, but it wasn’t until Wednesday evening when he turned himself in at the Darien Police Department after learning that there was a warrant out for his arrest. Authorities confirmed his bail was set by a judge at $1,500, which Wilkos posted, and was released the same day. Medical records indicated that his Blood Alcohol Content was .29% and over the legal limit when he… Read More

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The 10 most important things in the world right now

Hello! Here’s what’s happening on Thursday. 1. Gun control gained increasing coverage in the US. A town-hall debate attended by students, parents, lawmakers and the NRA occurred hours after the White House hosted survivors of the Florida school shooting. 2. UK Prime Minister Theresa May called for the Brexit transition to be extended indefinitely. The EU previously insisted Britain must leave the EU by December 31, 2020, meaning a transition period would not be able to go beyond 20 months. 3. The US Embassy in Montenegro was reportedly targeted with an explosive device. A man reportedly threw a grenade at the building. 4. An aide of Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin… Read More

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Hilaria Baldwin Teaches Daughter Carmen Her Yoga Moves While 7 Months Pregnant

Hilaria Baldwin is teaching daughter Carmen about the family business: yoga. The fitness guru, who is seven months pregnant, shared a video on Instagram Wednesday night of the two practicing yoga while she led the 4-year-old through the motions. “Obliques/sidebody/“spare tire” (I don’t like calling it that…but if it rings a , go for it. 10 on each side then hold the stretch for 5 seconds. #WeGotThis2018,” Hilaria, 34, wrote in the caption. While the busy mom of three (soon to be four!) was teaching Carmen how to do obliques, her son Rafael, 2½, kept expressing his desire to attempt the moves with them. Want all the latest pregnancy and… Read More

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Espinoza, Ross, Fano shine as Timpview advances to semifinal rematch against Skyline with win over Box Elder

TAYLORSVILLE — The Timpview High School girls basketball team is headed to the tourney semifinals after defeating Box Elder 58-37 on Wednesday night at Salt Lake Community College. Waiting for the Thunderbirds is a familiar tournament foe — the Skyline Eagles. In last year’s 4A semifinals, Skyline defeated Timpview 52-45 to advance to the championship — something that the Thunderbirds’ players and coaches haven’t forgotten about. “I’ll be honest, it’s a matchup we’ve been looking forward to for a long time — 12 months, to be exact, to get another crack at it. That’s kind of the fun of high school sports is, rivalries are created, whether in your region… Read More

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Steve Kerr called protest of students to shooting “phenomenal”

Want Warriors news in your inbox? Sign up for the free DubsDaily newsletter. OAKLAND – Warriors coach Steve Kerr said the outcry from the students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High following the shooting that killed 17 people was “phenomenal.” Students from that school rallied with students from hundreds of other schools Wednesday to advocate for gun reform. “I think it’s phenomenal,” Kerr said.” What those kids are doing is heroic. It’s heartfelt. And I think it’s the beginning of some change. I really believe that. I’m amazed any time I see them on TV or online. It’s heartbreaking but inspiring all at once.” Kerr said he’s felt “very encouraged” by… Read More

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NCS basketball playoffs: Wednesday’s scores; updated schedule

NORTH COAST SECTION BOYS Division I Tuesday’s first round No. 8 Monte Vista 53, No. 9 Dougherty Valley 35 No. 4 Berkeley 70, No. 13 Granada 49 No. 5 De La Salle 65, No. 12 Liberty 57 No. 10 Amador Valley 52, No. 7 James Logan 41 No. 3 Heritage 61, No. 14 San Leandro 40 No. 6 College Park 79, No. 11 Pittsburg 74 Byes: No. 1 Clayton Valley Charter, No. 2 Dublin Friday’s second round No. 8 Monte Vista at No. 1 Clayton Valley Charter, 7 p.m. No. 5 De La Salle at No. 4 Berkeley, 7 p.m. No. 10 Amador Valley at No. 2 Dublin, 7 p.m.… Read More

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Vanderpump Rules Star Lala Kent Believes Tupac ‘Took Over’ Her Body After His Death

While some believe Tupac Shakur is still alive despite being murdered over 20 years ago, Lala Kent has another theory – the iconic rapper is living inside her. The Vanderpump Rules star, 27, was forthcoming about her belief that her body was the new home of the “Hit Em Up” rapper on Jenny McCarthy‘s SiriusXM podcast The Jenny McCarthy Show on Wednesday. McCarthy, 45, asked Kent about her “hood” persona on Instagram and on the Bravo show, saying, “I was gonna ask you how did this, like, sweet, beautiful Utah girl turn into like this cool, hood chick?” Without missing a beat Kent said, “I don’t know where that comes… Read More

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NRA spokeswoman calls the Parkland gunman an ‘insane monster’ who shouldn’t have had a firearm

Dana Loesch, a spokeswoman for the National Rifle Association took some pointed questions during a raucous CNN town-hall event on gun violence Wednesday night. The gathering featured students, educators, politicians, law-enforcement officials and others who spoke on the deadly mass shooting that rocked Parkland, Florida, last week, and possible solutions going forward. The discussion went off the rails at several points, especially during the segment that featured Loesch and the Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel, who confronted the NRA spokeswoman on stage. The National Rifle Association spokeswoman, Dana Loesch, took some heat at a town-hall event on gun violence Wednesday night, which featured impassioned dialogue between students, parents, educators, and… Read More

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Donovan Mitchell returns from NBA All-Star Weekend to benefit Utah charity

MILLCREEK — On Saturday night, 14-year-old Alaina Riddle was watching the NBA Slam Dunk contest with her family in Utah like the rest of the world. Four days later, the eighth-grader got to meet the newly crowned dunk champion and Utah Jazz rookie Donovan Mitchell. “My year is complete now,” Riddle explained. “Life is awesome. I’m so excited.” Riddle was one of 250 or so people in attendance Wednesday to see the rising star upon his arrival from All-Star Weekend in Los Angeles at the Strikes for Kids Utah Bowling Classic at Fat Cats Entertainment Center. Royce O’Neale was in attendance as well. Even after the hundreds of media requests,… Read More

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Warriors forward Jordan Bell makes progress towards return

Want Warriors news in your inbox? Sign up for the free DubsDaily newsletter. OAKLAND – Warriors forward Jordan Bell (left ankle inflammation) and guard Patrick McCaw (non-displaced left wrist) will not play against the Los Angeles Clippers Thursday night, according to the team. However, Bell’s return to action may come as early as next week. Bell, who has been sidelined with inflammation in his left ankle after falling awkwardly in a Jan. 17 matchup against the Chicago Bulls, went through a full scrimmage with the team following practice Wednesday. “He looked good,” Warriors coach Steve Kerr said. “He scrimmaged, he went through everything, no noticeable limp or anything like that.”… Read More

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