Deputies in Florida said that a teenager shot at a woman’s car seven times in a road rage incident.

Less than two hours after opening fire on a woman’s car during a road-rage incident Thursday morning, an 18-year-old gunman was apprehended, according to authorities. The incident reportedly started when a woman travelling at around 6 a.m. came across an unpredictable driver who had no headlights on.

According to authorities, another vehicle drove onto the shoulder to make room for the car because of its erratic driving. The unstable motorist then attempted to pass the woman’s vehicle but hit her rear bumper instead. The suspect then followed the victim’s SUV for a while before firing fire from the driver’s window, according to a statement from the sheriff’s office. The woman’s automobile was shot at a total of seven times. No harm was done to the woman.

Within 20 to 30 minutes of the incident, detectives located a suspect using “licence plate scanner technology” and were in front of his home. Deputies apprehended the suspect, 18-year-old Bryan Holmes, as he was getting into his vehicle to reverse out of the driveway at 8:25 a.m.

Holmes replied “no” when asked if he carried a gun. A handgun fell to the driveway as a deputy pushed Holmes away from the car after noticing that Holmes’ hands were moving toward his waistline, according to a statement from the sheriff’s office.

Colorado State at Washington State odds, line: Week 3 picks for college football in 2022 from a leading model.

The Colorado State Rams vs. Washington State Cougars college football predictions made by SportsLine’s model have just been released.

When they play the Colorado State Rams on Saturday, the Washington State Cougars will be seeking to improve on their 2-0 start to the season. After starting its season with a victory over Idaho, Washington State went on to defeat then-No. 19 Wisconsin last week with a commanding victory. After losing its first two games to Middle Tennessee State and Michigan, Colorado State is searching for its first victory of the year.

The game will begin at 5 p.m. ET. According to the most recent Washington State vs. Colorado State odds from Caesars Sportsbook, the Cougars are favoured by 16.5 points, and the over/under is set at 53.5. You should first check SportsLine’s cutting-edge computer model’s college football predictions before making any picks for Colorado State vs. Washington State.

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Republican candidates in Pennsylvania may really be from New Jersey.

One unexpected topic keeps coming up as Pennsylvania prepares to elect a new governor and senator from the United States: New Jersey. The Republican candidate for Pennsylvania’s Senate seat, Mehmet Oz, a former television celebrity doctor, spent decades living with his family in a house in Cliffside Park, New Jersey. He currently states that he lives in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, the hometown of his wife’s family. His Democratic rival, Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman, has made an effort to portray Oz as a wealthy outsider who came into the state illegally in order to carpetbag a seat.

And now Doug Mastriano, a Republican running for governor, is being questioned about his personal connections to the Garden State. Mastriano, a state senator from Pennsylvania, was listed as a cross-state voter up until July 2021, according to The New Jersey Globe. Mastriano, a native of New Jersey, cast his votes from his Hightstown family home from 1982 to 2010, frequently by absentee ballot due to his service in the military. Josh Shapiro, Mastriano’s opponent, hasn’t yet used Mastriano’s heritage against him; instead, he’s focused on his extreme right views, such as the possibility of reversing Pennsylvania election results.

A Road Map for Regulating Private Hasidic Schools is Provided by New State Regulations.

The State Board of Regents passed regulations on Tuesday that mandate minimal academic requirements for private schools operating in New York. For the first time, the New York State Board of Regents decided on Tuesday to demand that private schools demonstrate that they are instructing in English, arithmetic, and other fundamental topics in order to maintain their government financing.

The ratification of the new regulations by the board, which regulates the state education agency, may mark a turning point for Hasidic Jewish religious schools, which have long had a virtual freedom to offer little to no secular education while still receiving public funding.

Republican candidate for governor of Nevada pledges to oppose a federal ban on abortion.

The Republican candidate for governor of Nevada declared on Thursday that, in the event that Congress passed an abortion ban, he would oppose it. While campaigning in the state alongside Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin, Joe Lombardo, who is typically anti-abortion, said to reporters, “It’s the choice of the people within the state of Nevada, and I will support that.” Politics shouldn’t be involved in that matter, in my opinion.

A referendum passed by Nevadans in 1990 formalised the right to an abortion up to 24 weeks. Contrary to many other states, any order to further restrict abortion would need to be approved by a referendum of the people, not the state legislature. Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina suggested an almost complete abortion ban after 15 weeks earlier this week. The measure disproved many GOP candidates’ claims made this summer that individual states will decide the future of abortion rights in the United States. Lombardo, the sheriff of Clark County, has long argued that even though he is Catholic and usually opposes abortion, as governor he would honour the 1990 decision. The Nevada statute would still be superseded by a federal ban on abortion, and it is not obvious how Lombardo would fight such a restriction.

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