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Trump's Name To Be Stripped From New York City Golf Course After Sale To Bally’s

Trump name removed from links in NYC

The Trump Organization has sold the rights to its public golf course in New York City to the Bally’s Corporation, which will see the former president’s name removed from yet another of his flagship properties.

The Trump Organization said Tuesday it will cede control of the 18-hole course — known as Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point — to Bally’s effective immediately. The deal comes as Bally’s hopes to build a coveted casino in New York City, where it seeks to bolster its chances by taking over the property and changing its name to Bally’s Links.

“After the City wasted hundreds of millions of dollars of taxpayer money in its prior failed attempts to complete this project, at the request of Mayor Bloomberg and the NYC Parks Department, The Trump Organization delivered to the people of the City of New York what has been widely recognized as one of the most magnificent public golf experiences anywhere in the world,” Eric Trump, the executive vice president of the company, said in a statement Tuesday.


Police union leader said woman killed by Seattle officer ‘had limited value’

Seattle woman killed by speeding poice car

A Seattle police union leader was caught on camera joking about a woman who was killed by a police cruiser, saying her life had “limited value” and the city should “just write a check”.

Daniel Auderer, vice-president of the Seattle Police Officers Guild, responded to the scene of a 23 January crash where another Seattle police officer, Kevin Dave, had struck and killed Jaahnavi Kandula, a 23-year-old graduate student, on a crosswalk. Dave was driving 74mph (119km/h) on the way to an overdose call in an area where the speed limit was 25mph. Kandula was thrown more than 100ft and died that night.

Auderer is a drug-recognition expert and was called to evaluate whether Dave was impaired. He left his body camera on as he drove away and called the union president, Mike Solan, the Seattle Times reported. The footage released by the police department on Monday only captures Auderer’s end of the call, where he said Dave was not “out of control” when he killed Kandula, but then said: “She is dead,” at which point he laughed.


'Nightmare finally over': Danelo Cavalcante caught with technology, police dogs

Escapee caught in Pennsylvania

Danelo Cavalcante, the convicted murderer who broke out of a Pennsylvania prison nearly two weeks ago, was captured Wednesday, police said, concluding an exhaustive manhunt that bore down on rural areas of the state, closed schools and jangled the nerves of local residents.

Cavalcante was apprehended around 8 a.m. after his heat signal was detected hours earlier by a plane with a thermal imaging camera west of Pennsylvania Route 100, north of Prizer Road, Pennsylvania State Police Lt. Col. George Bivens said at a news conference. After waiting out a storm overnight, law enforcement closed in on the area early Wednesday.

“They had the element of surprise,” Bivens said. “Cavalcante did not realize he was surrounded until that had occurred.”

Cavalcante tried to escape, crawling through thick underbrush with a rifle he stole from a homeowner earlier in the week, Bivens said. A search dog was released and “subdued him,” Bivens said, adding that Cavalcante sustained a “minor” dog bite.


Co-founder of fake cryptocurrency scheme sentenced to 20 years in US prison

Greenwood gets 20 yearsA federal judge in New York sentenced the co-founder of the purported cryptocurrency OneCoin to 20 years in prison on Tuesday for what prosecutors called a $4 billion fraud.

U.S. District Judge Edgardo Ramos in Manhattan sentenced Karl Sebastian Greenwood, a dual citizen of Sweden and the United Kingdom, who pleaded guilty to fraud and money laundering charges in December 2022.

Ramos also ordered Greenwood to forfeit $300 million.

Greenwood has been detained in New York since his 2018 arrest in Thailand and extradition to the United States over his role in promoting OneCoin.


5 Officers Involved In Tyre Nichols' Killing Indicted By Federal Jury

5 officers charged in death of Tre Nichols

A federal grand jury has indicted the five Memphis police officers involved in the January killing of 29-year-old Tyre Nichols, according to court filings on Tuesday.

The indictment comes months after officers Tadarrius Bean, Demetrius Haley, Emmitt Martin III, Desmond Mills Jr. and Justin Smith — all Black men — were captured on body camera footage brutally beating Nichols during a Jan. 7 traffic stop. The killing led to a Justice Department investigation into the department’s policing.

The department fired the officers in January, and in February, they each pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder and other state-level charges.


A record number of Wisconsin teachers left their classrooms last school year

Wisconsin hires international teachers

Teacher turnover in Wisconsin reached record levels last school year. Sixteen percent of public school teachers left their classrooms.

That turnover surpasses even the educator exodus following Act 10 — the law former Republican Gov. Scott Walker introduced in 2011 to curtail public unions’ power.

The nonpartisan Wisconsin Policy Forum details these findings in a new report, titled “Revolving Classroom Doors.”


Watch Live: New York City pauses to remember those killed in 9/11 terror attacks

Remembering 9/11 New York City and the world are remembering 9/11 this morning in Lower Manhattan, where the Twin Towers fell.

Twenty-two years have passed, but for many 9/11 feels like just yesterday. Some even remember the exact moment they learned the news, a day forever in our minds.

CBS New York's John Dias is live at the September 11th Memorial and Museum with more on what's ahead today.

There will be moments of silence throughout the morning to honor the men, women and children who died in 9/11.

"It all comes flying back, you know, never goes away," Karen Messemer told John Dias at CBS News.

Messemer had plans to marry her longtime boyfriend, 34-year-old Firefighter Durrell Pearsall. But on 9/11, he bravely ran toward danger.

"He went into Tower 2 and tried saving as many people and getting them out of the building," Messemer said.


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