Police: Woman opened fire in Dallas airport; cop shot her


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DALLAS (AP) — A 37-year-old woman fired several gunshots, apparently at the ceiling, inside of Dallas’ Love Field Airport on Monday before an officer shot and wounded her, authorities said.

The woman was dropped off at the airport at about 11 a.m., walked inside near the ticketing counters and entered a bathroom, Dallas police Chief Eddie Garcia said at a news conference. She emerged wearing a hooded sweatshirt or some other clothing that she hadn’t arrived in, pulled a gun and fired several shots, apparently at the ceiling, he said.

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Two-story Raising Cane’s Restaurant opens on Las Vegas Strip

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A new Raising Cane’s location is opening on the Las Vegas Strip.

The local favorite for fast food chicken fingers opens at the Showcase Mall on Tuesday, with bold decor in lieu of a drive-thru.

A two-story LED screen on its facade gives way to the casual restaurant decked in neon lights, life-size artwork, a deconstructed disco ball, a glass elevator, and a private gnome casino hidden under the stairs.

The two-story restaurant is the 14th in the Las Vegas Valley.

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Woman Says Airline Asked Her to Cover ‘Revealing’ Top


A Los Angeles-based singer says she was asked to cover up her “revealing” top on a Southwest Airlines plane. Singer Jacy says she was flying from Sacramento to Los Angeles when the incident happened. Fellow passenger Melinna Bobadilla was also at the airport and the actress came to Jacy’s defense. The “Gentefied” star said she was kicked off the flight instead. Southwest Airlines tells Inside Edition its employees had “discretely resolved” the situation with Jacy before boarding.


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Student pilot who ran out of gas and landed plane on Missouri highway is accused of DWI


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A student pilot who landed a small plane on a Missouri highway early Friday was arrested on charges including driving while intoxicated, authorities said.

The pilot of the single-engine Piper Cherokee landed the plane about 2:45 a.m. on Interstate 70 near Grain Valley, a city about 22 miles east of Kansas City, Mo.

The Missouri Highway Patrol tweeted that the plane ran out of fuel, hastening the freeway arrival, and hit a guardrail.

The pilot, identified in an arrest report as 35-year-old John T. Seesing, was hospitalized with a minor injury before being booked into jail, according to highway patrol.

The pilot was the only person on board, according to the Federal Aviation Administration.

Seesing also faces allegations of careless and imprudent driving involving a crash, felony drug and gun possession, and possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia, according to an arrest report.

Seesing, of Prairie Village, Kansas, has since been released from jail, the report stated.

The plane is registered to Warrior Aviation of Prairie Village, according to FAA records, which also state Seesing has a student pilot certificate.

No one answered phone numbers listed for Seesing or connected to an address listed for Warrior Aviation.

According to flight tracking website FlightAware, the Piper flew from Kansas City to Florida and, on the way back, made multiple stops.

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Adele talks ‘brutal’ backlash after postponing Las Vegas residency: ‘Maybe my silence has been deadly’

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Adele said she was a "shell of a person" following backlash for postponing her Las Vegas residency.

Adele‘s fans certainly have not been easy on her.

The “Easy on Me” singer, 34, has had a strained relationship with her supporters since January after she announced the postponement of her Las Vegas residency just a day before the first show. The “Weekends with Adele” shows, taking place at the Colosseum in Caesars Palace, were supposed to run from January through April.

Fans quickly met her with backlash for the last-minute decision, especially when many had already made accommodations or were already in Sin City. Speaking of the criticism, Adele said on BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs Sunday that she was a “shell of a person for a couple of months” after letting fans down. 

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