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Woman caught twerking on moving Mustang in Antioch charged with disorderly conduct

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — The 23-year-old woman who went viral after video showed her twerking atop a moving car last month in Antioch has been charged for the incident.

Myscellent Shelton-Cox was booked into the Metro jail Friday morning on a charge of disorderly conduct.

On September 20, a passerby captured Shelton-Cox dancing on top of a Mustang as it traveled east on Antioch Pike through the intersection of Blue Hole Road. The video was shared all over the country.

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Attorneys say they’ll do whatever it takes to save life of Walmart shooting suspect

EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) ⁠— Lawyers for the man accused of gunning down 22 people at El Paso Walmart in August said they will do everything they can to save his life.

Patrick Crusius, 21, pleaded “not guilty” to multiple capital murder charges during his brief arraignment in court Thursday.

This was the first time Crusius appeared in court since his Aug. 3 arrest. He appeared before Judge Sam Medrano in the 409th District Court, where he waived having the charges read to him.

El Paso lawyer Joe Spencer and San Antonio lawyer Mark Stevens make up the defense team. They wouldn’t speak about Crusius’ not-guilty plea.

“The lives of countless people in this area in Texas and Mexico have been impacted tragically. It’s our feeling that if we talk too much about it in the press, it’s libel to make there pain worse,” Stevens said.

However, they say everyone needs to hear both sides of the story... Read More

Snowstorm rolls in during golf tournament; players continue to play in blustery conditions

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Golfers at the Montana State AA high school golf championships teed off under favorable conditions, but by the time they hit their last few holes, a snowstorm had rolled into Great Falls, MT, leaving them in near white-out conditions.

The tournament had already been rescheduled due to weather concerns, and with more snow in the forecast the rest of the week, the golfers had no choice but to play through it.

Parents and spectators helped golfers locate balls in the snow, and received special permission from the Montana High School Association to use towels to clear snow off the greens so the athletes could finish their putts.

Believe it or not, participants shot 240 shots better in this round than they had the day before when there was no snow – but a lot of wind... Read More

Man pays lunch debt for 400 students

JUPITER, Fla. (CBS12) — $944.34 was a small price to pay for Andrew Levy to make a difference in the lives of hundreds of children.

Levy is a real estate agent in Palm Beach Gardens, but the majority of his business is conducted in the Jupiter area, and he says he quickly fell in love with the community when he moved to South Florida five years ago.

“I fell in love with the ocean, with the buildings, with the community, with the people,” he said.

Besides the business, Levy has no obvious connection to the Jupiter area.

But when Levy found out that over 400 kids in the Jupiter area did not have access to a proper lunch, he thought of his own childhood and how difficult it would have been to go to school hungry... Read More

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Spirit Airlines begins service between Las Vegas and Nashville

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Spirit Airlines has started a new non-stop service between Las Vegas and Nashville.

The Nashville airline is also adding routes including flights between Nashville and cities such as New Orleans, Orlando and Baltimore/Washington. The airline is also adding additional routes in November including Tampa.

“We’re excited to announce four new destinations as we celebrate our first day of service in Nashville, Tennessee,” said John Kirby, Spirit Airlines’ Vise President of Network Planning. “As one of the fastest growing cities in the country, the Music City is a perfect match for America’s fastest growing airline. With our low fares, non-stop destinations, and Signature Service, we bring the best value in the air to our Guests in Nashville.” ... Read More

Woman arrested in infant’s Sept. 30 death

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Police have arrested a woman in connection with the Sept. 30 death of 1-year-old Sebastian Solorio.

Elizabeth Castillo, 24, faces a felony charge of child abuse with substantial bodily or mental harm resulting in death. She remains in jail with bail set at $1 million.

Castillo’s relation to Solorio’s is unclear.

The boy’s death, confirmed by the Clark County Coroner’s Office. The coroner has not ruled on Solorio’s cause of death.

Castillo is scheduled to appear in court on Monday morning.

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Politics holding up trade deal with Mexico, Canada, border business leaders say

EL PASO, Texas (Border Report) — Politics is again interfering with economic prosperity on the border, a former Mexican ambassador to the United States said.

Arturo Sarukhan, Mexico’s top diplomat in the United States from 2007 to 2013, said the passage of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement is being held up by partisan efforts to impeach President Trump and by labor unions pressing Democrats not to vote until Mexico implements sweeping workplace laws.

“If the USMCA doesn’t happen between now and December, it’s not going to happen until the late session (of Congress) in 2020. The big danger there is that Trump is then tempted to press the nuclear button and unilaterally withdraw from NAFTA. That would send a terrible signal at a moment when the U.S. economy could be in the throes of a slowdown,” Sarukhan said Thursday in El Paso... Read More