With just 10 minutes notice, Chance the Rapper took to Facebook Live to unveil the world premiere of his newest music video. The song of choice was “Same Drugs,” a track featured on his 2016 album Coloring Book.Chance explained that many of the other social media channels, including Snapchat, Instagram, and Twitter, wouldn’t allow him to share the previously recorded video using their live services. Thus, he went with Facebook for the premiere, which garnered thousands of views in its first showing just moments ago. The video emerged on YouTube shortly thereafter, for fans to enjoy at their leisure.Watch the beautiful new video, posted below.
Angels’ Mike Trout working on his defense, thanks to Twitter Shohei Ohtani, who hit three homers and carried a perfect game into the seventh inning of his only start of the week, was named American League Player of the Week on Monday.The Angels’ two-way phenom from Japan enjoyed a historic week, becoming the first player since 1919 to win two games and hit three homers within the first 10 games of a team’s season.Ohtani’s first start, on April 1, was not included because it was during the previous week. Ohtani hit .462 with three homers in his three starts at DH during the past week. He also pitched seven scoreless innings, striking out 12, on Sunday. His perfect game ended with one out in the seventh.Meanwhile, at least one sports betting site now has Ohtani as the favorite for AL MVP, just ahead of Mike Trout. Related Articles Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield Manager Mike Scioscia said Monday that he doesn’t expect any of Ohtani’s early success to affect him, just as the struggles in spring training didn’t cause an issue.“Shohei said it the best ‘There’s a long way to go,’” Scioscia said. “He’s going to continue to work hard. I wouldn’t expect anything different from him if he has success or struggles. He’s going to continue to move forward and try to get better.”Scioscia also wouldn’t commit to when Ohtani will hit or pitch next. Scioscia said he’ll be available to be in the lineup as the DH on Tuesday. His next start on the mound is expected to be Sunday, although the Angels still haven’t announced their starters for Thursday, Friday or Saturday yet.“We’re not going to look that far ahead right now,” Scioscia said. Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros Angels’ poor pitching spoils an Albert Pujols milestone Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error
Authorities in Southwest Miami-Dade are currently searching for answers after a 15-year-old boy was shot and killed while attending a Halloween party Saturday night.The incident was reported at a home on Southwest 132nd Avenue.Witnesses say the teen identified as Angel Cueli and several others were standing on the side of the house when the shooter approached them in a black sedan and fired several rounds.The shooter then fled the area in the vehicle.Cueli was flown to Kendall Regional Medical Center where he was later pronounced dead.Authorities are still searching for information that will lead them to the shooter.If you have any information about this incident, you are asked to contact your local police department.
A Florida native is getting national recognition for her baking skills, especially Christmas cookies. Stephanie Torres, this week, won The Food Network’s ‘Christmas Cookie Challenge,’ which comes with a $10-thousand prize. Stephanie Bruce-Torres and host Eddie Jackson during the first challenge, as seen on Christmas Cookie ChallengeThe challenges Torres and the other bakers faced included turning cookies into Christmas cards and tree toppers.She says the experience was surreal, and she thanks her family and friends for encouraging her to go for it. Torres graduated from Pensacola’s Tate High School in 2009, and she now has her own business in South Florida. According to her website, Torres was a culinary specialist in the U.S. Coast Guard for six years.She left the service when her daughter was born and now runs the Little Love Cookie Company, currently based in Hialeah, Florida.Her husband is still active duty. One cookie pictured on her website includes the message “Home is where the Coast Guard sends us.”
In a marathon 13-hour session on Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday morning, the Senate formally adopted rules for the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.Now, with the rules set, Democrat impeachment managers are delivering their opening statements.
A patient in Southern California has become the third person in the U.S. to be diagnosed with the new pneumonia-like virus from China, according to health officials.The Centers for Disease Control confirmed a traveler from the Chinese city of Wuhan, which is where the outbreak began, tested positive for the virus.That patient is in isolation at a hospital and is in good condition, a release from the agency states.The virus can cause fever, coughing, wheezing and pneumonia. It is a member of the coronavirus family, which is in turn related to the deadly SARS and MERS viruses that caused outbreaks in previous years. The first known case in California follows the first domestic diagnosis in Washington state on January 21 and another in Chicago last Friday. Both of those patients — in Washington, a man in his 30s, and in Chicago, a woman in her 60s — had traveled to China.The death toll from the virus in China has reached 56 so far. That country has issued massive travel bans in hard-hit sections of its borders while it tries to stop the virus from spreading. Meanwhile, the U.S. Consulate in Wuhan announced on Sunday that it would evacuate its personnel as well as some private citizens aboard a charter flight.The CDC expects more Americans to be diagnosed with the virus, which is believed to have an incubation period of about two weeks. The worldwide number of confirmed cases is approaching 2,000.In addition, the CDC is screening passengers on direct and connecting flights from Wuhan at major airports in Atlanta, Chicago, New York City, San Francisco and Los Angeles.
A triple homicide has prompted an Amber Alert this morning for a missing week old baby in southwest Miami-Dade County.The child, Andrew Caballeiro, was last seen at a home in the 21900 block of Southwest 187th Ave. according to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.Three women were found dead at the same home yesterday.Miami-Dade police said the baby may be in the company of 49-year-old Ernesto Caballeiro, though they didn’t immediately call the man a suspect in the slayings.He and the child may be traveling in a 2001, white Chevrolet Express with Florida tag number HETY13.The vehicle has a decal of “Nesty School Services” on it. The vehicle is a passenger van. On the back left door there is a decal of “Caution: Transporting Children.”If you spot the vehicle, do not approach it and call Miami-Dade police at 305-471-2400 or 911.
Authorities in Miami-Dade are currently searching for a suspect who allegedly stole an iPhone from a Sprint store in Miami Shores.The incident was reported Thursday just before 6:00 pm at the store near Northeast Second Avenue and 94th Street.According to the report, the suspect walked into the store and began looking at an iPhone. The suspect then speaks to an employee of the store.After speaking to the employee, the suspect then cuts the security cables attached to the display phone before running out of the business.Authorities searched the surrounding area of the store but were unable to locate the suspect.If you have any information about this incident, you are asked to contact Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS.