Posted: June 30, 2018 Firefighters discover body while responding to small brush fire in Santee KUSI Newsroom, SANTEE (KUSI) — Firefighters found a body after responding to a small brush fire in an open area near Santee Lakes Saturday.Dispatchers received a report of the fire, in the 9300 block of Fanita Parkway, at about 2:10 p.m., San Diego County sheriff’s Lt. Rich Williams told City News Service.The brusher, about 500 square feet in size, was under control less than 20 minutes later, by about 2:30 p.m., Williams said. That’s when firefighters discovered the body.Both the fire and the death were under investigation, and it’s too soon to tell if any foul play was involved, Williams said.The San Diego County Medical Examiner’s Office will attempt to identify the body, he said. No description of the victim was available. Updated: 5:04 PM Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter KUSI Newsroom June 30, 2018
Marvel Studios Black Widow is about to launch Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and we have some very big questions. We’ve known for more than a few months now that Scarlett Johansson would be returning as Natasha Romanoff and that the 24th MCU film would show off a brand-new side of the super spy in her standalone movie, but the new trailer shown at Disney’s D23 Expo has even more HYPE for it all. (It remains to be seen if the footage will be released for those not at D23.)Before the trailer, however, attendees saw a short behind-the-scenes video of Johansson, Florence Pugh and David Harbour in a helicopter in front of a blue screen. None of them was able to attend the panel in Anaheim, California, on Saturday because the film is in its final weeks of shooting.The trailer starts with a look back at Black Widow’s numerous Avengers appearances, as overlapping voice-overs of pivotal moments play. We hear, “I’ve made mistakes,” “Must be hard to shake the whole double agent thing, huh?” and more as we watch baby Black Widow up until she parts ways with Tony Stark at the Avengers compound in Captain America: Civil War. Black Widow is scheduled to be released May 1, 2020, as the 24th MCU film and also stars O.T. Fagbenle.The Disney D23 Expo runs through Sunday, Aug. 25. Be sure to check out coverage from sister sites GameSpot, TV Guide and ComicBook.com. Pugh told Syfy Wire at SDCC the film is about a badass discovering her history, and also “it’s about these broken, raw, wicked, powerful women. They are equal, they fight in the same way, they are compatible, and they are healing in the same way.” Share your voice “Why do you always do that thing?” Yelena asks Natasha. What thing? “The pose, the fighting pose. You’re a total poser.” #Marvel #D23Expo pic.twitter.com/aqMIBeXHUu— cait petrakovitz ➡️ D23 🙌🏽💃🏽 (@misscp) August 24, 2019 Comments 3:04 41 Photos After the Marvel Studios logo, we see a shorter version of the footage that debuted at San Diego Comic-Con last month, where fans were treated to a first look at 2020’s Black Widow. The footage opens with a Budapest location tag (and was once again met with wild applause — in the MCU, Budapest was famously mentioned in passing between Black Widow and Hawkeye, and referenced by Nick Fury in Captain Marvel.) A well-choreographed fight between Natasha and Pugh’s Yelena Belova ensues and culminates in a hello over shots, with Natasha saying, “You just had to come to Budapest, didn’t you?”Multiple Black Widows appear to be storming the apartment we just left the sisters in (but who knows about the timeline), and we get a look at Rachel Weisz in a sleek uniform. At Comic-Con, Weisz revealed her character was named Melina, leading many to speculate that she will turn out to be Iron Maiden.Some looks at Harbour as Alexei Shostakov/Red Guardian pop up, in what looks like a prison and then outside of it with Natasha and Yelena in a … forest (maybe?) setting. The D23 footage here also expands slightly on what was seen at SDCC, and shows off a new white outfit for Black Widow and Yelena. The trio are also seen sitting down to a nice family dinner with Alexei happily exclaiming, “Family!”, in addition to riding a helicopter together.A shorter fight than what was seen at SDCC between Black Widow and the apparent Taskmaster plays, complete with the two flipping into the exact mirror image of each others’ superhero pose landing.We end on a fun, comedic note: Marvel’s Phase 4 plan explained How to watch every Marvel Cinematic Universe film in the right order Now playing: Watch this: 3 Notably, Black Widow is the first film to be solely written and directed by women: Jac Schaeffer penned the script and Cate Shortland is directing. Tags See the best cosplay from Disney’s D23 Expo TV and Movies 26 Photos Black Widow footage: INTENSE! Florence Pugh plays her sister, and our first glimpse of THE TASKMASTER???!!!! #MarvelSDCC #SDCC2019 #BlackWidow pic.twitter.com/0oHx5wTb0Q— cait petrakovitz 🙌🏽💃🏽 (@misscp) July 21, 2019 Marvel Disney
Photo via Twitter @Millenniel_MattStudents released from a lockdown are overcome with emotion following following a shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., February 14th, 2018.The line of students and their parents wrapped around Stoneman Douglas High School, several thousand people entering the campus for the first time since a gunman took 17 lives nearly two weeks ago.They walked solemnly but resolutely Sunday through gates that had been locked to all but law enforcement and school officials since the Valentine’s Day shooting, set to collect backpacks and other belongings left behind as they fled the massacre. To enter, they passed within feet of the three-story building where the shooting happened. It is now cordoned off by a chain link fence that was covered with banners from other schools showing their solidarity.“Just seeing the building was scary,” freshman Francesca Lozano said as she exited the school with her mom. Still, she was happy to see her friends. “That made it a lot better.”The 3,200-student school reopens Wednesday and administrators said families would get phone calls about details later. Sunday was a day to ease into the return.“Two of my best friends aren’t here anymore,” said freshman Sammy Cooper, who picked up the book bag he had dropped as he saw the accused gunman, 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz, begin shooting. “But I’m definitely going to school Wednesday. I will handle it.”Junior Sebastian Pena said the gathering was a chance to see friends and his teachers, and to “come together as a family.”The students were greeted by 17 people dressed in white costumes as angels standing beside a makeshift memorial outside the school. Organizer Terry Decarlo said the costumes are sent to every mass shooting and disaster so the survivors “know angels are looking over them and protecting them.” Many of those dressed as angels at Stoneman Douglas on Sunday were survivors of the 2016 mass shooting at the Orlando nightclub Pulse, where 49 people died.Earlier Sunday, Florida Gov. Rick Scott’s office said he had asked Florida Department of Law Enforcement Commissioner Rick Swearingen to investigate the law enforcement response to the shooting. The agency confirmed it would begin the probe immediately.Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel has come under withering scrutiny after the revelation last week that deputy Scot Peterson, the school’s assigned security officer, was nearby when the shooting began but did not go into the building to confront Cruz during the attack. The sheriff’s office is also facing a backlash for apparently mishandling some of the 18 tipster calls related to the suspected shooter. The tips were among a series of what authorities now describe as the clearest missed warning signs that Cruz, who had a history of disturbing behavior, posed a serious threat.Israel defended his leadership Sunday and said investigators were looking into claims that three other deputies were on the scene but failed to enter the school when the chance to save lives still existed. To date, the investigation has pointed to only one deputy being on school grounds while the killer was present, he told CNN.Israel also labeled as “absolutely untrue” reports that the deputies waited outside even though children were inside the building needing urgent medical treatment.State Rep. Bill Hager, a Republican lawmaker from Boca Raton, has called on Scott to remove Israel from office because of the missed red flags.Israel vowed not to resign, saying Hager’s letter “was full of misinformation” and “shameful, politically motivated.”House Speaker Richard Corcoran stepped up the pressure Sunday, calling on Scott to suspend the sheriff.“In the years leading up to this unspeakable tragedy, Sheriff Israel, his deputies, and staff ignored repeated warning signs about the violent, erratic, threatening and antisocial behavior of Nikolas Jacob Cruz,” Corcoran said in a letter signed by more than 70 lawmakers.Scott said in a statement Sunday that he understands Corcoran’s concerns, but added “there must be an independent investigation.”“Like me, he wants the families to have answers and for there to be full accountability. That’s what the victims and their families deserve,” Scott said.Israel insisted that lapses were being investigated. He told CNN that a deputy who responded to a Nov. 30 call referring to Cruz as a “school shooter in the making” was being investigated by internal affairs for not filing a report and had been placed on restrictive duty.“There needed to be report. And that’s what we are looking into— that a report needed to be completed, it needed to be forwarded to either Homeland Security or a violent crimes unit,” Israel said.The FBI has acknowledged that it failed to investigate the tip about Cruz that the agency received on Jan. 5. Share
Hugh Jackman-starrer Pan, the retelling of fictional character Peter Pan, will now release on October 9 instead of July 24.“We wanted to give Pan the space to extend its theatrical run, so taking it out of the cluttered summer season made the most sense,” said Warner Bros’ domestic distribution head Dan Fellman, reports hollywoodreporter.com. “Moving the film to the heart of the fall will allow us more time to screen the picture, enabling us to capitalise on what we anticipate will be strong word of mouth,” he added.The fantasy drama directed by Joe Wright also stars Levi Miller, Rooney Mara, Garrett Hedlund and Amanda Seyfried.