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A sheriff’s deputy was killed and two highway patrol officers were injured during a shootout in a Sacramento, California, hotel, according to multiple reports.
The shooting happened in front of the Ramada Inn, off the Capital City Freeway, on Wednesday morning, after officers approached one of the hotel rooms to serve a search warrant in connection with an alleged car theft, The Washington Post reports.
As they approached the room, a man inside allegedly fired shots through the door, striking two highway patrol officers. Those officers are in stable condition.
The suspect — identified only as a 31-year-old man — then »
- Yvonne Juris
If you're looking to add a slasher twist to your family game night, then you'll be excited by an update on the Mixtape Massacre board game in today's Horror Highlights, which also includes Phoenix Incident, Wizard World Free Comic Book Day news, and a new episode of the Splathouse podcast.
Mixtape Massacre Pre-Orders & Black Masque Expansion: From Mixtape Massacre: "Hey Slashers!
Just heard from the shipping company that the games will arrive May 8th!
All pre-orders will begin shipping after arrival. If you want to get your hands on a copy sooner than later, pre-order is the way to go.
We're pumped to get these games into your hands so you and your friends can start stacking up your body counts!
After pre-orders are mailed, we will begin shipping out orders at regular turn around time. As always, feel free to message us with any questions and follow the fun on social! »
- Derek Anderson
The South by Southwest Film Festival has a long history of spotlighting native and adopted Texan filmmakers. Yet one particularly noteworthy filmmaker with Texas roots has been long outstanding, and the festival’s 24th iteration will finally see an appearance from one of arthouse cinema’s biggest names, as Terrence Malick brings his Austin-set “Song to Song” to the festival’s March 10 opening night. Thematic appropriateness aside, it represents something of a coup for the once-scrappy fest to feature the auteur, whose last films bowed at Toronto, Berlin, and Cannes.
Yet Malick’s is hardly the only boldfaced name to be found in the lineup, and here are other features — among the 125 scheduled films, 84 of them world premieres — to watch.
Stars at Night
- Andrew Barker
Amber Tamblyn is getting ready to welcome her baby daughter, but that didn't stop the mom-to-be from joining the hundreds of thousands of activists for two Women's Marches on Saturday.
The 33-year-old actress, who is expecting her first child with her husband, comedian David Cross, rocked a bright pink Planned Parenthood beanie to the massive protest rallies, where she reunited with two of her former Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants co-stars!
Photos: Celebs Attend Women's Marches Across America
Tamblyn and Ferrera posed together for a smiling snapshot commemorating the historic occasion. "Sister for life," Tamblyn wrote in the caption. "For real. Forever. #womensmarch."
Watch: 'Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants' Castmates Reunite With Most Adorable Pic Ever!
While in D.C., Tamblyn also caught up with her friend, comedian [link=nm »
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