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Actor Bill Paxton died Saturday due to complications from surgery, a representative of his family told NBC News in a statement. He was 61. Paxton was known for his roles in Hollywood blockbusters like "Twister" and "Apollo 13." "It is with heavy hearts we share the news that Bill Paxton has passed away due to complications from surgery," a family representative told NBC News in a statement. "A loving husband and father, Bill began his career in Hollywood working on films in the art department and went on to have an illustrious career spanning four decades as a beloved and prolific actor and filmmaker."
Officers were called to the 6300 block of Livingston Road and discovered two men with gunshot wounds to their lower body.
A Marine stationed at Fort Meade was killed when he was struck while riding his motorcycle in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, on Friday. County police said James Ray Walden, 21, from Peoria Heights, Illinois, suffered fatal injuries when a car crossed a double yellow line and stuck him while he was on his motorcycle. The crash occurred on Patuxent Road, near Conway Road, in Gambrills. When officers arrived on the scene, the driver, Martin Martinez Ballinas, 28, of Crofton, fled. Police were able to arrest Ballinas, who was hiding in a nearby quarry, a short time later. A passenger in the car, Kevin Velasquez, 22, of Crofton, was also injured. Police said his injuries were minor. Investigators said speed is believed to be a factor in the crash. Charges are pending.
Will the 89th Academy Awards be a parade of political speeches or landslide for "La La Land"? Probably both. Sunday night's Oscars are shaping up to be one of the most turbulent and politically charged ceremonies in recent memory. The three-hour-plus telecast, which begins at 8:30 p.m. on ABC, is expected to resemble one very glitzy protest against President Donald Trump, whom award-winners — like Meryl Streep at the Golden Globes — have railed against throughout Hollywood's awards season.
A suspect is in custody after 28 people were injured Saturday when a vehicle plowed into a crowd watching the Krewe of Endymion parade in the Mid-City section of New Orleans, police said. Police Chief Michael Harrison said the suspect is being investigated for driving while intoxicated. Harrison was asked twice by the media if terrorism was suspected. While he didn't say "No" he did say it looks like a case of DWI.
Storm Team4 received multiple reports of hail in the Waldorf, Maryland, area and a tornado warning was in effect for Waldorf and surrounding parts of Maryland.