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teen who fatally shot friend, then took selfie, learns fate


greensburg, pa. -- an 18-year-old western pennsylvania man who authorities said shot a friend and then posed for a selfie with the dying teen has been sentenced to 15 to 30 years in prison.maxwell morton of jeannette, who turns 19 this week, told a westmoreland county judge on monday that he didn't want to be remembered as a "savage" and conceded that the february 2015 death of 16-year-old ryan mangan was "messed up," the pittsburgh tribune-review reported."sometimes sorry isn't enough for people, but that's all i have to give," morton said.morton was convicted in february of third-degree murder. he testified that the teens were playing with a handgun and he thought it wasn't loaded when he pointed it at mangan and pulled the trigger. he said he took the selfie to document what happened an






teen who fatally shot friend, then took selfie learns fate


greensburg, pa. -- an 18-year-old western pennsylvania man who authorities said shot a friend and then posed for a selfie with the dying teen has been sentenced to 15 to 30 years in prison.maxwell morton of jeannette, who turns 19 this week, told a westmoreland county judge on monday that he didn't want to be remembered as a "savage" and conceded that the february 2015 death of 16-year-old ryan mangan was "messed up," the pittsburgh tribune-review reported."sometimes sorry isn't enough for people, but that's all i have to give," morton said.morton was convicted in february of third-degree murder. he testified that the teens were playing with a handgun and he thought it wasn't loaded when he pointed it at mangan and pulled the trigger. he said he took the selfie to document what happened an






morton’s the steakhouse in denver opens just in time for valentine’s day


as you can see for yourself at morton's opening tonight, the old-school steakhouse no longer looks like an old-school steakhouse.






clint eastwood ex-staffer sentenced in golf club embezzling


san jose — a former staffer for clint eastwood’s golf club in carmel was sentenced monday to 19 months in federal prison after embezzling hundreds of thousands of dollars and ruining the club’s financial records to mask his theft.neal morton, 50, of salinas, voiced remorse for the theft of at least $182,000 over a five-year period that ended with his arrest in february 2014 after petty-cash irregularities were discovered at the tehama golf club.eastwood, the oscar-laden hollywood icon and longtime community fixture in the monterey bay region — including a stint as mayor of carmel — spoke briefly at the hearing at the federal courthouse in san jose. he recalled how a business partner years ago appealed to his sense of generosity and recommended sending morton, at the time a golf-cart driver






clint eastwood ex-staffer sentenced in golf club embezzling


san jose — a former staffer for clint eastwood’s golf club in carmel was sentenced monday to 19 months in federal prison after embezzling hundreds of thousands of dollars and ruining the club’s financial records to mask his theft.neal morton, 50, of salinas, voiced remorse for the theft of at least $182,000 over a five-year period that ended with his arrest in february 2014 after petty-cash irregularities were discovered at the tehama golf club.eastwood, the oscar-laden hollywood icon and longtime community fixture in the monterey bay region — including a stint as mayor of carmel — spoke briefly at the hearing at the federal courthouse in san jose. he recalled how a business partner years ago appealed to his sense of generosity and recommended sending morton, at the time a golf-cart driver






morton girls complete 3a three-peat with comeback win over rochester


number 13 will forever be special in morton basketball lore.brandi bisping, the senior standout from the downstate school near peoria, never a considered changing her jersey number."it's a family thing for me, and it keeps us all connected," bisping said. "my dad wore number 13 in high school, and he brainwashed our family into wearing it. it brings us luck."after winning the class 3a state championship with a 44-37 win against rochester on saturday at redbird arena, the potters added another special number, as they became the fifth team to win three consecutive state championships.morton (34-2) joined quincy notre dame (2011-12 in class 2a, 2013 in 3a), montini (2010-12 in 3a), bolingbrook (2009-11 in 4a) and teutopolis (1988-90 in class a) as the only girls teams with three straight stat






morton grove police: driver held without bail after hit-and-run causes 'serious


a des plaines woman is being held without bail in cook county jail after police said she struck three pedestrians in morton grove earlier this week and left the scene.yogini tailor, 54, was identified as the driver and is charged with leaving the scene of a personal injury accident.wednesday, morton grove police caught up with tailor after she struck a 2-year-old, the child's mother and father, and a house in the 8500 block of menard avenue and then drove away, police said.police stopped tailor's vehicle on dempster street, officials said.all three victims were transported from the scene to lutheran general hospital in park ridge, said morton grove police cmdr. paul yaras.he said the child sustained facial injuries, stayed overnight at the hospital but has been released.while police descri






man, 18, gets 15 to 30 years in teen-death selfie case


greensburg, pa. — an 18-year-old western pennsylvania man who authorities said shot a friend and then posed for a selfie with the dying teen has been sentenced to 15 to 30 years in prison.maxwell morton of jeannette, who turns 19 this week, told a westmoreland county judge on monday that he didn’t want to be remembered as a “savage” and conceded that the february 2015 death of 16-year-old ryan mangan was “messed up,” the pittsburgh tribune-review reported.“sometimes sorry isn’t enough for people, but that’s all i have to give,” morton said.morton was convicted in february of third-degree murder. he testified that the teens were playing with a handgun and he thought it wasn’t loaded when he pointed it at mangan and pulled the trigger. he said he took the selfie to document what happened and






convict who researched islamic extremism sent back to jail


alexandria, va. — a muslim convert convicted of threatening the creators of the "south park" cartoon series for episodes he deemed blasphemous has been sentenced to 90 days in jail for violating terms of his release by going on a cocaine binge.in 2012, jesse morton of springfield was sentenced to nearly 12 years in prison but had his sentence cut short for cooperating with the government. last year, he began a job with george washington university's program on extremism, researching the sorts of cases that landed him in prison in the first place.morton, originally from brooklyn, helped run the now-defunct revolution muslim website, using it to threaten the "south park" creators for perceived insults to the prophet muhammad.in court friday, morton admitted lapsing into drug use while on sup






prep athletes of the week: eden prairie's sammie morton finishes three-for-five


sammie mortoneden prairie • lacrossethe senior midfielder concluded her five-year high school lacrosse career in style, helping the eagles to their third consecutive state title.in three state tournament games, morton scored 11 goals, added an assist, five draw controls and picked up four ground balls.while morton’s numbers were very good, eagles co-coach judy baxter said morton’s biggest contribution to the team was her approach.“she is driven to help her team get to where they need to be —focus, intensity, execution — at every practice and every game,” baxter said. “she’s a power forward, with finesse. she’s made a difference in our team this year.”morton, a ms. lacrosse finalist, will play at division i denver university.anni heckvisitation • golffinally. after four top-10 finishes in h






suspect dead, 3 injured after drug buy leads to police chase, shots exchanged in


a 33-year-old man is dead and two police officers and a civilian were injured after a controlled drug buy thursday afternoon in gary led to a chase and shooting, police said.indiana state police officers were still at the two crime scenes at 6 p.m. one scene was located at 22nd place and morton street and the other was at 22nd plaza where 22nd place curves.the scene near morton street became emotional an hour and a half earlier when family members arrived."my brother," a man wailed, pacing up and down the street as others tried to calm him.state police identified the suspect killed in the incident as ned brooks, 33, of gary.just before 1:50 p.m., a federal multi-agency task force conducted a controlled narcotics purchase in the 4100 block of 22nd plaza, according to a release from state po






imdb file: samantha morton's career is driven by 'a hunger and a need'


“the way i want to act is how i want to breathe,” samantha morton says. “there was no point where i said, ‘ok, this is going to work,’ because there was no other choice for me. i had a very tough childhood and i was living in a homeless hostel and i got a play at the royal court theatre. there was no other way. it couldn’t fail, in my mind. there was a desperation and a hunger and a need.”the oscar-nominated british actress, who found that fortuitous start at age 12, has made a career of playing strong women. she’s interested in truthful roles, whether as a struggling immigrant in “in america” or an abusive villain in “fantastic beasts and where to find them,” and she also doesn’t take the easiest roles out there. her latest project is the hulu series “harlots,” in which she plays a brothe






two charged with murder in st. paul robbery turned-slaying


two have been charged with murder in the 2016 shooting death of a st. paul man during a robbery.matthew alex morton, 25, and christopher jerome mckay, 51, both of detroit, mich. were charged last month in ramsey county district court with second-degree murder without intent in the death of gracson simmons, 42. the charges were unsealed thursday after police arrested the pair, according to ramsey county attorney’s office spokesman dennis gerhardstein.according to charges:simmons was discovered dead april 2 from a guns wound to the back in his apartment in the 1500 block of st. anthony avenue after witnesses reported hearing a struggle. friends said that while simmons sold drugs, he was quiet and kept to himself. police recovered a cigarette from the ground.the following month, a witness tol






convict who researched islamic extremism sent back to jail


alexandria, va. (ap) — a muslim convert convicted of threatening the creators of the “south park” cartoon series for episodes he deemed blasphemous has been sentenced to 90 days in jail for violating terms of his release by going on a cocaine binge.in 2012, jesse morton of springfield was sentenced to nearly 12 years in prison but had his sentence cut short for cooperating with the government. last year, he began a job with george washington university’s program on extremism, researching the sorts of cases that landed him in prison in the first place.morton, originally from brooklyn, helped run the now-defunct revolution muslim website, using it to threaten the “south park” creators for perceived insults to the prophet muhammad.in court friday, morton admitted lapsing into drug use while o






police: body found in burning vehicle at morton arboretum


a body was found wednesday afternoon inside a vehicle in a parking lot at morton arboretum in lisle, according to the dupage county sheriff's police.police said they were dispatched early wednesday afternoon for a report of a vehicle on fire in a remote parking lot, and they discovered a body inside the vehicle.a spokeswoman for the arboretum said the vehicle was parked in a lot on the far east side of the grounds. a road to the lot was temporarily closed while authorities conducted their investigation, but operations at the arboretum were not otherwise affected, she said.sheriff's police said the investigation was in its initial stages and that no other information could be released.check back for updates.






youth accused of killing teen, taking selfie might testify


greensburg, pa. — a teenager who was shot in the face could have survived had he received immediate medical attention, a forensic pathologist testified wednesday in the trial of the alleged shooter who's also accused of taking a selfie of the dying teen and fleeing without seeking aid.dr. cyril wecht told westmoreland county jurors that 16-year-old ryan mangan didn't die immediately and "would have survived with appropriate medical care," the pittsburgh tribune-review (http://bit.ly/2lmfmsc ) reported."for 45 minutes to one hour he would have lived," wecht testified in the trial of maxwell morton, 18, who was 16 at the time of the february 2015 shooting and is charged with first-degree murder.ryan sustained a gunshot wound under his left eye and slowly suffocated as blood drained into his






man who shot teen, took selfie with him as he died appeals


greensburg, pa. — a lawyer for a 19-year-old pennsylvania man convicted of shooting a friend and then posing for a selfie with the dying teen has appealed his sentence.the pittsburgh tribune-review reports (http://bit.ly/2qhfy53) that the attorney for maxwell morton, of jeannette, filed an appeal tuesday asking a judge to impose a lesser sentence than the 15 to 30 years in prison issued last week.defense attorney pat thomassey says the "court did not give appropriate weight to the defendant's overwhelming remorse and regret regarding the accidental shooting of his friend."morton was convicted in february of third-degree murder for the 2015 shooting of 16-year-old ryan mangan.he said he and mangan were playing with a handgun and he thought it wasn't loaded when he pointed it at mangan and p






morton grove church wants 300-year-old stolen religious medals returned


morton grove police are seeking the public's help in solving a theft in which a man and a woman were caught on security camera stealing two 300-year-old religious medals from the all saints shrine at st. martha catholic church.although the theft occurred may 25, church officials only recently noticed that the medals were missing, said the rev. dennis o'neill.he said he let a man and a woman into the church, located at 8523 georgiana avenue in morton grove, on may 25 so they could look at some of the more than 1,700 religious relics on display.but o'neill said that it wasn't until about two weeks ago that he noticed the medals were missing. he immediately notified police and started checking the church's backlog of security camera footage, he said. he said that is when he quickly discovered






florida college board member blames female graduates making less than men on ‘ge


according to politico, a florida state college board member believes the cause of female floridian graduates earning less than their male counterparts is “genetic.”florida state university system board member ed morton said in a tuesday meeting that he is interested in teaching female florida graduates salary negotiating skills because they may be biologically predisposed towards lower salaries.“something that we’re doing in naples [with] some of our high school students, we’re actually talking about incorporating negotiating and negotiating skill into curriculum so that the women are given — maybe some of it is genetic, i don’t know, i’m not smart enough to know the difference — but i do know that negotiating skills can be something that can be honed, and they can improve,” morton said at






mlb: indians send struggling starter danny salazar to bullpen


cleveland indians right-hander danny salazar, an all-star last season, has been sent to the bullpen.salazar is 3-5 with a 5.50 earned-run average in 10 starts. he has struck out 73 in 52 1/3 innings but has given up 55 hits and 28 walks.manager terry francona says salazar will be available as a reliever beginning wednesday. francona hopes being in the bullpen will help salazar work on his daily throwing routine and regain his confidence.salazar was 11-6 with a 3.87 era last season. he missed most of the second half with a sore elbow.corey kluber will start thursday against oakland. the right-hander has been on the 10-day disabled since may 3 with a strained lower back. francona says salazar might start a game next week during cleveland's road trip. kluber won't pitch in a two-game series a






body found in burning vehicle at morton arboretum


a body was found inside a burning vehicle in a parking lot at the morton arboretum in lisle wednesday afternoon, according to the dupage county sheriff's police.police said they were dispatched early wednesday afternoon for a report of a vehicle on fire in a remote parking lot, and they discovered a body inside the vehicle.a spokeswoman for the arboretum said the vehicle was parked in a lot on the far east side of the grounds. a road to the lot was temporarily closed while authorities conducted their investigation, but operations at the arboretum were not otherwise affected, she said.sheriff's police said the investigation was in its initial stages and no other information could be released.an autopsy on the body will be conducted thursday, the dupage county coroner's office said in a news






a’s vs. astros: pitching matchups


friday: jharel cotton (2-2, 4.76) vs. charlie morton (1-2, 4.29) 5:10 p.m. nbcscasaturday: andrew triggs (3-1, 2.43 vs. joe musgrove (1-1, 5.91) 4:10 p.m. nbcscasunday: jesse hahn (1-1, 2.08) vs. dallas keuchel (4-0, 1.22) 11:10 a.m. nbcsca






a’s vs. astros: pitching matchups


friday: kendall graveman (2-0 2.08) vs. dallas keuchel (1-0, 0.64), 7:05 p.m. nbcscasaturday: sean manaea (0-1, 7.15) vs. lance mccullers (1-0, 2.77) 1:05 p.m. nbcscasunday: jharel cotton (1-1, 3.97) vs. charlie morton (0-1, 4.09) 1:05 p.m. nbcsca






new documentary in production about electronic music pioneer morton subotnick /


morton subotnick is an 84-year-old avant-garde composer whose pioneering electronic music, and approach to musicmaking, influenced the likes of daft punk, kraftwerk, four tet, and countless techno artists. subotnick helped don buchla design what was likely the first analog music synthesizer and used it to create his seminal psychedelic masterpiece, silver apples of the moon (1967), the first electronic music work commissioned by a major record company, nonesuch/elektra. (fan-made video below.) just a few years before, subotnick co-founded the iconic san francisco tape music center that became a creative home for terry riley, pauline oliveros, steve reich, and so many more incredible composers. and he's still making sounds. now, toronto's waveshaper media, the production company behind “i d






feds raid caterpillar headquarters in peoria


caterpillar's corporate headquarters in downtown peoria and two other company locations were raided by federal law enforcement authorities thursday.“caterpillar is cooperating,” company spokeswoman corrie heck scott said in an email. she declined to comment further.law enforcement officials also executed search warrants at caterpillar facilities in east peoria and morton, said sharon paul, a spokeswoman for the u.s. attorney’s office for the central district of illinois.agencies present included the internal revenue service's criminal investigation division, the office of export enforcement at the u.s. department of commerce's bureau of industry and security, and the federal deposit insurance corp.'s office of inspector general, paul said.caterpillar-search warrantfred zwicky / peoria jour






feds raid caterpillar headquarters in peoria


caterpillar's corporate headquarters in downtown peoria and two other company locations were raided by federal law enforcement authorities thursday."caterpillar is cooperating," company spokeswoman corrie heck scott said in an email. she declined to comment further.law enforcement officials also executed search warrants at caterpillar facilities in east peoria and morton, said sharon paul, a spokeswoman for the u.s. attorney's office for the central district of illinois.agencies present included the internal revenue service's criminal investigation division, the office of export enforcement at the u.s. department of commerce's bureau of industry and security, and the federal deposit insurance corp.'s office of inspector general, paul said.caterpillar-search warrantfred zwicky / peoria jour






florida higher ed official defends 'genetics' comment on gender pay gap


edward morton, a board member of the state university system of florida, suggested negotiating skills are genetic.        






body found in burning vehicle at morton arboretum, dupage sheriff says


a body was found wednesday afternoon inside a vehicle that was on fire in a parking lot at the morton arboretum in lisle, according to dupage county sheriff's police.police and firefighters said they were dispatched about 1 p.m. after a report of a vehicle on fire.according to a news release from the lisle-woodridge fire district, the body was discovered inside the vehicle after the fire was extinguished, which took less than 10 minutes after firefighters arrived.a spokeswoman for the arboretum said the vehicle was parked in a lot on the far east side of the grounds. a road to the lot was temporarily closed while authorities investigated, but operations at the arboretum were not otherwise affected, she said.sheriff's police said the investigation was in its initial stages and no other info






how high schools break up the ‘ninth-grade bottleneck’ to help students graduate


seattle times staff reporter justin mayo contributed to this story.neal morton: [email protected] or 206-464-3145. on twitter @nealtmorton






mlb boxscore - twins v astros | twins


startribune  w:c. morton (7-3)   l:j. berríos (8-3) 5:10 pm pt6:10 pm mt7:10 pm ct8:10 pm et20:10 et0:10 gmt8:10 5:10 pm mst7:10 pm est7:40 pm ven4:10 uae (+1)7:10 pm ct, july 14, 2017minute maid park, houston, texas  attendance: 38,006minnesota twinsplayerabrhrbitbbbkavgobpslgb. dozier, 2b5124602.244.329.429z. granite, lf-cf4010210.125.300.250m. sanó, 3b2100021.274.371.535m. kepler, rf3000021.264.338.446r. grossman, dh3100021.253.379.382k. vargas, 1b4010102.247.291.424   c. gimenez, 1b1000000.202.336.385j. polanco, ss3101011.222.271.320j. castro, c4000003.219.311.363b. buxton, cf2110211.218.292.311   e. rosario, lf1000001.286.324.457totals3255511913--- houston astrosplayerabrhrbitbbbkavgobpslgg. springer, cf3211120.310.383.611j. altuve, 2b4120310.349.419.553j. reddick, rf4022200.316.366.5






body found in burning vehicle at morton arboretum, dupage sheriff says


a dead body was found wednesday afternoon inside a vehicle that was on fire in a parking lot at the morton arboretum in lisle, according to the dupage county sheriff's police.police and firefighters said they were dispatched about 1 p.m. after a report of a vehicle on fire in a remote parking lot.according to a news release from the lisle-woodridge fire district, the body was discovered inside the vehicle after the fire was extinguished, which took less than 10 minutes after firefighters arrived.a spokeswoman for the arboretum said the vehicle was parked in a lot on the far east side of the grounds. a road to the lot was temporarily closed while authorities conducted their investigation, but operations at the arboretum were not otherwise affected, she said.sheriff's police said the investi






body found in burning vehicle at morton arboretum, dupage sheriff says


a dead body was found wednesday afternoon inside a vehicle that was on fire in a parking lot at the morton arboretum in lisle, according to the dupage county sheriff's police.police and firefighters said they were dispatched about 1 p.m. after a report of a vehicle on fire in a remote parking lot. according to a news release from the lisle-woodridge fire district, the body was discovered inside the vehicle after the fire was extinguished, which took less than 10 minutes after firefighters arrived.a spokeswoman for the arboretum said the vehicle was parked in a lot on the far east side of the grounds. a road to the lot was temporarily closed while authorities conducted their investigation, but operations at the arboretum were not otherwise affected, she said.sheriff's police said the invest






the lost platoon: aftermath - cbs news


the story of the lost platoon of the vietnam war is a story cbs news has been covering for half a century. of the eight survivors, three have been sharing their experiences with us over the years, including a report by bruce morton first broadcast in 1982. so how are they today? on this memorial day weekend, john blackstone picks up the story:         fifty years to the day after most of his platoon was killed in a vietnam jungle, clifford rountree has found serenity on a northern california river, teaching another vietnam vet how to fly fish. "that looks like a good one, man!" playvideosunday morningfrom the archives: ambush in this report first broadcast on the "cbs evening news" on november 11, 1982, correspondent bruce morton talks with vietnam war veterans who jou... rountree said, "a






park hill homeowners withdraw controversial bid to build a 2nd house on property


courtesy google mapsthe owners of this home on montview boulevard asked the city to rezone part of the property to allow for a new lot to be split off. they intend to build a second house on the north, facing the cross street, glencoe street.a denver couple on monday withdrew a rezoning request that has roiled their park hill community because of their plan to split the large corner lot they own and build a second house.some neighbors worried that allowing a split of the lot for the stately home on montview boulevard at glencoe street could encourage others to follow suit. city planners have said few homes have similar dynamics that would allow for splits elsewhere, but the perceived threat to park hill’s historic character, along with more pragmatic considerations from the immediate neigh






park hill homeowners withdraw controversial bid to squeeze in a 2nd house on pro


courtesy google mapsthe owners of this home on montview boulevard asked the city to rezone part of the property to allow for a new lot to be split off. they intend to build a second house on the north, facing the cross street, glencoe street.a denver couple on monday withdrew a rezoning request that has roiled their park hill community because of their plan to split the large corner lot they own and build a second house.some neighbors worried that allowing a split of the lot for the stately home on montview boulevard at glencoe street could encourage others to follow suit. city planners have said few homes have similar dynamics that would allow for splits elsewhere, but the perceived threat to park hill’s historic character, along with more pragmatic considerations from the immediate neigh






washington legislature passes $43.7b state budget, averting a looming government


staff reporters neal morton and katherine long contributed to this report, which also includes information from the seattle times archives. joseph o'sullivan: 360-236-8268 or [email protected] on twitter @olympiajoe






coroner: person in burning car at morton arboretum likely died of carbon monoxid


a person found dead inside a burning car parked at the morton arboretum in lisle this week appears to have died of carbon monoxide poisoning, the dupage county coroner's office said friday.an autopsy was conducted and the "preliminary cause of death is consistent with carbon monoxide poisoning," the coroner's office said in a news release.the person still has not been identified and further examination will be needed to do so, according to the news release. police and firefighters were dispatched about 1 p.m. wednesday after a report of a vehicle on fire. according to a news release from the lisle-woodridge fire district, the body was discovered inside the vehicle after the fire was extinguished, which took less than 10 minutes after firefighters arrived.a spokeswoman for the arboretum sai






1,700 volunteers hit the street to count, interview homeless


bundled in jackets and carrying clipboards and flashlights, a record number of volunteers took to the streets throughout san diego county early friday morning in an annual effort aimed at learning more about the area’s homeless.“did we get these people?” asked bernie miles as he pointed to a cluster of sleeping bags against a wall near the san diego civic concourse on c street.miles, his wife tina and chris baltazar are members of episcopal community services and were among 1,700 people countywide who volunteered for the annual point-in-time count organized by the san diego regional task force on the homeless.“we’ll have an idea of what we’re dealing with in terms of numbers,” said miles, adding that volunteering is an alternative to “just driving by and seeing people and not caring.”the e