US TV Tips on Wednesday
Police: 1 killed, 5 wounded in Baltimore shooting
BALTIMORE (AP) — One person was killed and five others were wounded Wednesday when gunmen walked up a street and opened fire on a Baltimore block from an intersection, the city's police commissioner said. Commissioner Michael Harrison said that the shooting erupted in a west Baltimore neighborhood and the conditions of the five wounded ranged from serious to critical. He declined to release the identities of those who were shot. OfficersCommissioner Michael Harrison said that the shooting erupted in a west Baltimore neighborhood and the conditions of the five wounded ranged from serious to critical. He declined to release the identities of those who were shot.
20:15 clock, the first, Donna Leon: Animal Profits, Crime
The murder of a veterinary medicine gives Brunetti (Uwe Kockisch) puzzles. The dead was a renowned university professor, but strangely worked in a large meat factory. Officially, the slaughterhouse is considered a pre-appointment, but a militant animal welfare activist accuses the responsible persons of cruel animal cruelty. Before the dedicated young man can present appropriate evidence, unknown people break in him, stuffed the stressful material and hurt him hard. When the Commissario wants to watch the slaughterhouse closer, he experiences a nasty surprise.
Civale wins 10th, Indians deal O's 18th straight road loss
CLEVELAND (AP) — Aaron Civale became the first pitcher with 10 wins this season and José Ramírez homered and drove in three runs as the Cleveland Indians beat the Orioles 8-7 Wednesday night, extending Baltimore’s road losing streak to 18 games. César Hernández had a two-run triple and Ramírez had two hits and scored twice for the Indians, who moved a season-best nine games over .500. Cleveland seized control 6-3 in the third inning by scoring five runs off Keegan Akin (0-2).
20:15, RTL, Mario Barth clears up! The most crassest exciters, comedyshow
the audience of "Mario Barth clears up" could choose and have decided. These are the most crassest exciters over which Mario has reported so far. Funklöcher, unreliable parcel services or incredible fraud. Which topic was the biggest excitement of all time? Guest in the studio are Lisa Feller, Martin Rütter and Oliver Pocher.20:15, 3sat, Hotel Rock 'N' Roll, Comedy
Mao (Pia Hierzegger) Inherits from your uncle a dropped hotel. Together with your friends, the Hobby Rockstars Max (Michael Ostrowski) and Jerry (Gerald Votava), she tries to make a rock -'n'-roll hotel from the villa. Schorschi (Georg Friedrich), who ends up with his Corvette in the pond of the garden and just comes from a bank robbery, makes the chaostroupe complete.
5 insider tech travel hacks you’ll use every single trip
From taking photos of your credit cards to ditching paper boarding passes, Kim Komando offers 5 essential tips to make traveling stress-free.Tap or click here for the steps to make sure only you can access your security and video doorbell camera’s feed. It’s an important step whether you’re traveling or not.
20:15, ProSieben, Pokerface - not laugh!, Show
16 celebrities in four teams each occur with two pairings each. Your only challenge: you must not laugh. The treacherous thing: in the Irrwitzigen clips, funny mishaps and rousing laughflashs, which you look at, does not really have any eye dry. Included are u.a. Pierre Littbarski, Thomas "Icke" Hesser, Jasmine Wagner, Simon Gosejohann, Ruth Moschner, Matze Knop, and Panagiota Petridou.20:15, Tele 5, Ran to the Bride, Love Film
for Berke (Ben Foster) It's the perfect love, the perfect high school luck with the perfect girl. Until his girlfriend Allison (Melissa Sagemiller) suddenly gives him the perfect running pass. The floor is on top of Berkes feet, and while still trying to hold his broken heart in the fall, Allison has already a new fishing: the ex-boygroup singer Striker (Shane West). The ambitions of his buddies to dome him fails just as bad as his attempts to recover Allison. Of course by Kelly (Kirsten Dunst), the little sister of his best friend, comes unexpected help.
Man is first to stand trial under Hong Kong's security law .
HONG KONG (AP) — A man accused of driving a motorcycle into police officers while carrying a Hong Kong protest flag became on Wednesday the first person to stand trial under the national security law implemented last year as China's central government tightened control over the city. Tong Ying-kit was arrested on July 1, 2020, a day after the national security law took effect, for allegedly inciting secession by driving into the crowd of officers while bearing a flag with the slogan “Liberate Hong Kong, the revolution of our times.” Several officers were knocked over and three sustained injuries.