Entertainment Aron Eisenberg, 'Star Trek: Deep Space Nine' Star, Dies at 50
Former NFL player Dick Woodard dies at 93
Dick Woodard, an offensive lineman and linebacker who played five seasons of pro football, has died at the age of 93. Woodard was the great uncle of Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins, who confirmed the death on Twitter. “This morning my Uncle Dick Woodard went to be with the Lord at 93 years old,” Cousins wrote. “He played for the Redskins & Giants and was one of the oldest living NFL players. Played a big role in my love for the game from a very young age. We will miss you Uncle Dick!” Born in Britt, Iowa, in 1926, Woodard was an All-Big Nine player for the Iowa Hawkeyes, playing alongside his brother Ralph Woodard, who is Cousins’ grandfather.
Aron Eisenberg, who played Nog on "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine," died this weekend at the age of 50, according to "Star Trek"'s.
Eisenberg played Nog on 40 episodes of "Deep Space Nine," which came as a surprise to him as he took the role without being told any details about his character or how long he would play it. Nog is the first member of the Ferengi, a greedy alien race always looking for a profit, to join Starfleet thanks to the recommendation of Captain Sisko.
Nog is one of several characters that played a running tradition in the series of previously antagonistic alien races becoming allies, with the cultural differences between them and other Starfleet members playing a role in several episodes. In the series finale of "Deep Space Nine," Nog's hard work in the Dominion War earned him a promotion to lieutenant.
Worker at Disneyland dies after being struck by metal panel
A 38-year-old man died after being struck by a metal plate while working on an air conditioning system at Disneyland in Anaheim early Thursday. The man, who was employed by a contractor for Disneyland, was inside an 8- to 10-foot deep trench in a backstage area outside the park installing chiller lines for an HVAC system shortly after 3 a.m. when he was injured, said Sgt. Daron Wyatt, a spokesman for Anaheim Fire & Rescue.
Prior to "DS9," Eisenberg appeared on several 80s TV shows including "Tales From the Crypt," "The Wonder Years," and "General Hospital." After the series ended, he took several theatre roles as well as a guest appearance on an episode of "Star Trek: Voyager" before transitioning to a career in professional photography. In 2015, he returned to the "Star Trek" world in the fan film "Renegades" alongside fellow series alums Walter Koenig, who played Chekov in the original series, and Robert Picardo, who played the holographic Doctor in "Voyager."
"There will never be another light like Aron's," Eisenberg's wife Malissa Longo. "The beauty that he was and the legacy he leaves behind is beyond words. I love him dearly and will miss him eternally."
Driver swerves to miss vehicle, hits cow instead .
A driver was uninjured after his SUV struck and killed a cow in a rural Stearns County pasture over the weekend. According to a news release from the Stearns County Sheriff, the 31-year-old Eden Valley man was driving a Cadillac Escalade on County Road 9 around 3 a.m. Saturday morning, when another vehicle pulled out in front of him at the intersection with County Road 21. The Escalade driver swerved to avoid a collision and ended up traveling into a ditch and small pasture, where his vehicle struck a cow.
American Actor Aron Eisenberg dies at age 50
Aron Eisenberg, an actor best known for portraying Nog on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, has died at age 50. Eisenberg's cause of death is not yet known.
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