Kim Jong Un's 'decapitation' fears shine through in new N.Korea nuclear law
Experts said a new North Korean law calls for "automatic" nuclear launches if the country's leadership or command and control systems are threatened, underscoring leader Kim Jong Un's fears of a so-called "decapitation" strike.news.yahoo.com
‘She was my rock. She was my foundation,' father of four shares experience after losing wife to Covid-19 complications
San Antonio – A San Antonio family’s life changed abruptly after their loved one, a wife and a mother of four, passed away from Covid-19 complications Sunday. “I lost my wife because of careless people,” Andres said. It is not about themselves, but other people.”Andres is now starting from scratch with taking over roles his wife performed throughout their marriage. “When it comes down to logistics and the reality after losing someone, that creates a big worry time,” Bira said. Andres asks that people take Covid-19 seriously so that the loss he has endured doesn’t happen to other families.
Man accused of killing 21-year-old in drunk driving crash found dead, officials say
San Antonio – The cardiologist accused of killing a 21-year-old man after driving drunk on the interstate in April was found dead this past weekend, according to the Bexar County District Attorney’s Office. Hector Osorio, 60, was facing an Intoxication Manslaughter charge after he struck and killed Christopher Farias Jr. while driving the wrong way on Interstate 37. Farias Jr. was pronounced dead at the scene when EMS arrived, according to a previous KSAT report. Daryl Harris, Bexar County chief deputy of the trial division, said they learned Osorio committed suicide in Atascosa County. For more on the crash:Suspect in fatal DWI crash ID’d as cardiologistFamily of drunk driving, wrong-way crash victim remembers him as gentle giant
Motorcyclist remembered as man with heart for his community
San Antonio – Family members remembered a motorcyclist killed in a seven-vehicle crash Saturday as a man with a heart for helping others and someone who lived his life to the fullest. “I was in the garage working on a bike,” said Guerra’s brother, who asked not to be identified. “It was like standard small talk, which was odd,” Guerra's brother said. He was like, ‘If you need something, let me know.’”After learning the details of how his brother died, Guerra's brother said he hopes this incident serves as awareness to others. Guerra's brother also said he hopes this encourages people to cherish their loved ones.
Family of drunk driving, wrong-way crash victim remembers him as gentle giant
He was his family's gentle giant. He was so loving and affectionate.”Christopher Farias, or CJ, was known as a gentle giant and loving teddy bear. He was his family's gentle giant. “I woke up in the middle of the night like around 1:20 in the morning,” said Veronica Farias. “This doctor who is supposed to help save lives, took one and it has affected us all,” Veronica Farias said.
Sunday Journal: Mourning in Chattanooga
Investigators are looking for clues into what might have motivated the shooter, Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez, who killed four Marines and a sailor Thursday. They are focusing on several trips he took overseas, especially a seven-month visit to Jordan last year. Jericka Duncan reports on how the family of the gunman has broken its silence.cbsnews.com