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Crews Respond To Fire At Historic Broadway Hotel In Tooele

TOOELE, Utah – Firefighters spent hours putting out a “suspicious” fire that broke out at the historic Broadway Hotel in Tooele Sunday morning. Chief Chris Shubert with the Tooele Fire Department said they received a call around 7:30 a.m. Sunday that the Broadway Hotel, located at 145 North Broadway Avenue, was on fire. When crews arrived, they found heavy flames and smoke coming from the vacant building.Our crews, along with Tooele City Fire, Grantsville Fire, and Tooele Army Depot worked hard this morning to put out a fire at an historic hotel in Tooele today. We’re proud of all of the firefighters in our community for the way the team up and work together. pic.twitter.com/VEe48jEgdd — North Tooele Fire (@NTCFD) July 5, 2020Grantsville Fire, North Tooele Fire...
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Crews Respond To Structure Fire In Tooele

TOOELE, Utah – Fire crews on Sunday responded to a structure fire in the area of 150 North and Broadway. Authorities have not yet confirmed details about the fire, though it appears to have been in an abandoned building. KSL TV viewers sent in multiple photos of the incident Sunday morning. No other information was immediately available. This article will be update. // Allow detecting when fb api is loaded. function Deferred() { this.promise = new Promise( ( resolve, reject ) => { this.reject = reject; this.resolve = resolve }) } window.fbLoaded = new Deferred();window.fbAsyncInit = function() { FB.init({ appId : '329559531287937', autoLogAppEvents : true, xfbml ...
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Married British Hollywood actor is quizzed by police over sexual assault claim

A married British Hollywood actor has been questioned by police after a massage therapist claimed that he groped her bottom and rubbed his private parts against her during an appointment.Officers interviewed the actor, who is well known in Britain and US, under caution at the end of last month in relation to the alleged sexual assault.It took place at the actor's home in London, the Sunday Times reports, where the woman would come to give him a massage.The alleged victim, a single mother who works for a reputable company, said the claimed assault left her 'frozen' and that it took a long time for her to realise what had happened. An actor well known in Britain and the US has been questioned by police over allegations of sexual assault. The actor and the massage therapist have no...
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Ministers hope Prince Andrew will speak to FBI over his links to Ghislaine Maxwell

Ministers are hoping Prince Andrew will speak to the FBI over his links to Ghislaine Maxwell and paedophile billionaire Jeffrey Epstein without them having to intervene.  Maxwell appeared in court in the US on Thursday accused of helping disgraced financier Epstein 'identify, befriend and groom' multiple girls, including one as young as 14.US prosecutors have lodged a formal request to interview Andrew, a friend of Epstein's, made through the filing of a Mutual Legal Assistance (MLA) to the Home Office, as reported by The Sunday Telegraph.An MLA is part of an agreement with the United States that means they can ask for assistance from British authorities in criminal matters.The request causes something of a predicament for Home Secretary Priti Patel, with the Government keen that US aut...
Apps & Games, iOS 14, News, the weather network

iOS 14 privacy feature reveals The Weather Network app read users’ clipboards

The Weather Network has disclosed that its app read contents of users’ clipboards, and notes that it has now removed the functionality from its app. “In a recent beta software release by Apple, it has been identified that our application could read the contents of the operating system’s clipboard,” the company said in a statement. The Weather Network notes that clipboard access is part of a diagnostics functionality that was present in its app to help developers troubleshoot user issues on a user initiated basis if required. “Given the sensitivity around our user information and privacy we have removed the code and functionality from our app and reached out to Apple for their best practices for troubleshooting moving forward.” It s...
All The News, English Premier League, Front Page, Homepage, Newcastle United, Promos, West Ham United

Points shared as Newcastle and West Ham draw 2-2 in pulsating clash

Date published: Sunday 5th July 2020 4:08 Jonjo Shelvey denied West Ham a crucial victory in their fight for Premier League survival as Newcastle twice came from behind to snatch a point. The Hammers, who boosted their hopes with a hard-fought 3-2 win over Chelsea in midweek, led 1-0 and 2-1 at St James’ Park, but eventually emerged with only a point to show for their efforts in a 2-2 draw.Michail Antonio’s fourth-minute strike was cancelled out by Miguel Almiron and Tomas Soucek’s 24 minutes from time by Jonjo Shelvey just seconds later with the Magpies stubbornly defending an unbeaten league run which now stretches to six games. West Ham got off to the perfect start when Antonio’s clever flick allowed Pablo Fornal...
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Ghislaine Maxwell before the fall: As she sits in a US cell, photos reveal the her society life

Ghislaine Maxwell before the fall: As she languishes in a US cell, photos reveal the life of unbridled hedonism that Jeffrey Epstein's 'madam' enjoyed for decades at society eventsGhislaine Maxwell is currently in a US prison cell after she was arrested in America this weekJeffrey Epstein's 'madam' lived a life of glamour that is hard to reconcile with the charges now facing herGrowing up as a millionaire's daughter, Ghislaine was a leading figure in 1980s London's social scenePhotographs reveal her glamorous outfits, impeccable connections and her lavish nights out in LondonBy Claudia Joseph For The Mail On Sunday Published: 17:00 EDT, 4 July 2020 | Updated: 11:07 EDT, 5 July 2020 Advertisement From graceful Oxford ingenue to New York party queen, Ghislaine Maxwel...
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The book that damns Ghislaine Maxwell… and she was even reading it herself as FBI agents closed in

The dramatic arrest of Ghislaine Maxwell last week would have been a proud moment for Bradley Edwards, the US lawyer who has devoted his life to securing justice for young women abused by Jeffrey Epstein. In his gripping book, Relentless Pursuit, stories from which we summarised earlier this year, Edwards revealed the appalling scale of Epstein’s crimes. Now, as Maxwell faces up to 35 years in jail and contemplates helping the FBI, we reveal the book’s shocking claims about Maxwell’s involvement in Epstein’s years of abuse… With her high society connections, Ghislaine Maxwell had everything financier Jeffrey Epstein needed at the height of their relationship. And in material terms, he had everything she could possibly want, and more. This strange, intense pair were inseparable for almos...
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Couple are among first to wed under new post-lockdown rules

A couple have become one of the first people to get married under the new post-lockdown coronavirus guidelines after the Prime Minister gave permission for weddings to recommence from Saturday.David D'Arcy, 43, and his wife Hayley Collins, 41, from Liverpool, who were due to walk down the aisle on April 4, were finally able to tie the knot at St Anne's Church in Aigburth at 10am today.The newlyweds, who had to sanitise their hands as they entered the church and whose 27 guests had to abide by strict social distancing rules, were delighted to be able to celebrate their big day after months of uncertainty. David D'Arcy, 43, and his wife Hayley Collins (pictured together at St Anne's Church in Aigburth), 41, from Liverpool, were finally able to tie the knot today The coupl...
Homes, New Homes and Condos

Is a home revo-lution coming?

COVID-19 is changing how we work and live, arguably more than any crisis since the last world war. Communities are clamouring to create ‘quiet streets’: shutting selected roads down to vehicular traffic to better promote active transport and safe distancing. They’re also having to rethink public transit: from spacing passengers, to contemplating reduced routes and schedules to even shutting services down temporarily, as they recently did in Windsor.In coping with COVID-19, many city dwellers – especially those without cars, have needed to figure out better ways to get to work (which could include having to travel further from home if the number of stops are reduced), pick up groceries or visit the local park.One potentially transformative solution, as profiled in my last article ...
Economics, Health & Wellness, Real Estate

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week – Canadian Investor

TORONTO — Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week: Business outlook Bank of Canada will release its business outlook survey and Canadian survey of consumer expectations on Monday. The bank’s previous survey revealed that business sentiment had softened in most regions of the country before COVID-19 delivered a shock to the Canadian economy. Housing starts CMHC is scheduled to release June housing starts data on Wednesday. The federal housing agency said in June that it expects a combination of factors related to the pandemic, such as higher unemployment and lower income, to slow housing starts and push sales and home prices below pre-COVID levels. Pandemic effects Statistics Canada will release its report on the impact of...
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Chelsea identify devastating attacking duo as Chilwell alternatives

Date published: Sunday 5th July 2020 3:17 Chelsea have drawn up a shortlist of two incredibly attack-minded full-backs who could solve their left-back problem if a move for Ben Chilwell fails to materialise.  Left-back is an area Frank Lampard is strongly expected to address this summer.Both Marcos Alonso and Emerson Palmieri are expected to be free to leave should a suitable offer emerge. Leicester City ace Chilwell has been the name most frequently touted. But with a gargantuan £75m price tag cited by The Foxes, Lampard may be forced to look elsewhere. British newspaper The Metro states that both Lampard and club chiefs have identified a full-back pair more known for their attacking prowess as potential alternativ...