When she was 88, Betty White died at her Los Angeles home after a long battle with cancer. She was best known for her roles as "The Mary Tyler Moore Show's" nymphomaniacal Sue Ann Nivens and "The Golden Girls'" sweet but dim Rose Nylund. She also had a successful comeback as the host of "Saturday Night Live" before her death. She was 99 years old at the time of her death.
Jeff Witjas, her longtime friend and agent, confirmed her death less than three weeks before her 100th birthday.
In a television career that lasted seven decades and was certified by the 2014 edition of "Guinness World Records" as the longest ever for a female entertainer, Ms. White won five Primetime Emmys and one competitive Daytime Emmy — as well as a lifetime achievement Daytime Emmy in 2015 and a Los Angeles regional Emmy in 1952.
who played Sue Ann on the television station where Ms. Moore's character worked, was both annoyingly positive and upbeat, but also manipulative and raunchy—the sexy neighbor who would have you believe she slept with entire Army brigades during World War II.
Evacuations from the Boulder region are being urged because of life-threatening wildfires in Colorado.
A number of wildfires in Boulder County, Colorado, were sparked by strong winds Thursday, resulting in evacuation orders. Those living in Superior and Louisville, two towns about eight miles southeast of Boulder, were encouraged to "LEAVE NOW" by the National Weather Service for Denver and Boulder. By Thursday afternoon, the authorities had issued evacuation orders for both towns.
As the fires grew, the weather service warned that they were becoming a "very high impact wind event for our area" and advised people to "take it seriously and obey by any evacuation orders from local authorities."
Power lines were brought down by the severe winds, according to Denver NBC affiliate KUSA, igniting many grass fires. According to a tweet from the sheriff's office, there have been numerous reports of downed power lines and blown transformers. According to the sheriff's office, crews were on the scene putting out fires.
No mandatory evacuations were issued for the city of Broomfield, although anyone with respiratory or breathing problems were advised to remain indoors.
Rapper Slim 400 whos real name is Vincent Cohran, was murdered on Wednesday night in Inglewood first reported by Wack100 publicly which sparked awareness. The incident occurred around 7:50 p.m. Thursday on the 8600 block of 7th Avenue in Inglewood, according to the city's police department. The victim was identified as Vincent Cohran, better known by his stage as Slim 400. After hearing gunshots, officers on patrol in the neighborhood discovered the injured musician on the ground.
When the L.A. County Fire Department arrived, the paramedics treated Slim 400 on the scene before bringing him to a local hospital for emergency traumatic care, where he was pronounced dead. For the time being, the inquiry is being conducted by the Inglewood Police Department.