A woman died in a house explosion late Wednesday morning in New Chicago, Indiana.
The girl killed in the Thanksgiving New Hampshire crash at the Portsmouth traffic circle was a Salve Regina University softball player.
Irene Cara, the iconic ’80s singer-actress best known for the soundtrack smashes “Fame” and “Flashdance… What a Feeling,” has died. She was 63. “It is with profound sadness that on behalf of he family I announce the passing of Irene Cara,” the singer’s spokesperson said in a statement early Saturday. “The Academy Award-winning actress, singer, […]
- Sacramento Bee
“He gave himself, not that he would live, but that they would live.”
- CBS News
The cause of death is unknown and funeral services are pending.
Jennifer Beals was joined by a group of celebrities who remembered Irene Cara after her death at age 63, including Debbie Allen, Diane Warren and Questlove
- The Hill
Mexican authorities have filed charges against a U.S. woman after a viral video showed another woman being beaten at a resort. The Associated Press reported that prosecutors in Baja California Sur, a Mexican state on the country’s west coast, have approached federal prosecutors and diplomats to try to have the woman, who has not been…
- KCRA - Sacramento Videos
A man died after a shooting Friday afternoon in the Land Park area of Sacramento, officials said. The Sacramento Police Department said officers went to the 4100 block of 23rd Street after they were called about a shooting. There, they found a 37-year-old man who was shot at least once. More details here: http://www.kcra.com/article/person-injured-shooting-land-park-area-sacramento/42071911
- Fox News
"Fame" and "Flashdance...What a Feeling" singer Irene Cara has died at the age of 63. Her publicist confirmed in a statement posted on her official social media account.
Debbie Allen, who worked with the actor/singer/songwriter, said on Twitter that her "heart is broken."
- The Hill
Singer and actress Irene Cara, perhaps best known for the hit songs “Fame” and “Flashdance… What a Feeling,” has died at the age of 63, her publicist confirmed.
- Florida Today
The fatal single-vehicle crash occurred about 7 a.m. on U.S. 1 about ½ mile south of State Road 50, south of Kennedy Point Park.
Tributes are pouring in to remember award-winning singer and actress Irene Cara. The native New Yorker has died at the age of 63. CBS2's Jennifer Bisram reports.
An inmate at Marion County Jail died early Friday morning after he refused to cooperate with a routine jail cell inspection, according to the sheriff’s office.
Grammy-winning singer Irene Cara, who is best known for her two hit songs, "Flashdance...What A Feeling" and "Fame" has died at age 63, her publicist confirmed.
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- NBC News
Irene Cara, the Oscar-winning musician best known for singing the title tracks to the hit 1980s movies “Fame” and “Flashdance” has died, her publicist said Satu
- Associated Press
An Israeli man died Saturday from wounds he sustained in twin blasts that hit Jerusalem earlier this week, bringing to two the number of dead in the explosions that Israeli police blamed on Palestinians. Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem announced that Tadesse Teshome Ben Madeh had died. “The trauma and intensive care teams of Shaare Zedek fought for his life, but unfortunately his injury was very fatal,” the hospital said.
- Yahoo News Canada
A case no one believed: Canadian Bernie Langille's shocking true-crime murder investigated in documentary
Jackie Torrens' documentary "Bernie Langille Wants to Know What Happened to Bernie Langille" investigates the mysterious death of Cpl. Bernie Langille in 1968.
- WPTV- West Palm Beach Scripps
Riviera Beach police are looking for the driver who fled the scene of a fatal motorcycle crash Friday evening. Police said Nicholas Baccari, 40, died in the crash.
- The Independent
The cause of death is currently unknown