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  • Authorities in Orlando, Florida, are searching for a missing 15-year-old boy. >> Read more trending news  The Orlando Police Department said John Baker was last seen in the area of Colonial Plaza Mall in the 2400 block of East Colonial Drive. Officers said he was last seen wearing an Ohio State Buckeyes T-shirt. They said he is autistic and has the mental capacity of a 6-year-old. Baker stands 5 feet, 11 inches tall and is 150 pounds.  Anyone with information regarding Baker's location is urged to call law enforcement.
  • President Donald Trump is expecting a busy 2020, so he checked into Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on Saturday for portions of his annual physical, the White House press secretary said Saturday. >> Read more trending news  Here are the latest updates: Update 2:05 p.m. EST Nov. 18: White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham deflected rumors about President Donald Trump's health, saying it is “absolutely not” true that the president's visit to a doctor Saturday was simply a routine procedure, The Washington Post. Grisham also said the President is “healthy as can be,' the newspaper reported. In a statement Saturday, Grisham said Trump, 73, had “a quick exam and labs” and “remains healthy and energetic without complaints, as demonstrated by his repeated vigorous rally performances in front of thousands of Americans several times a week,” the Post reported. Grisham said rumors about the president 'are always flying.' 'He is healthy as can be,' Grisham told Fox News Channel host Jeanine Pirro on Saturday. 'I put a statement out about that. He’s got more energy than anybody in the White House. That man works from 6 a.m. until, you know, very, very late at night. He’s doing just fine.” Update 12:56 a.m. EST Nov. 17: Trump took to Twitter early Sunday, just hours after his visit to Walter Reed Medical Center. 'Visited a great family of a young man under major surgery at the amazing Walter Reed Medical Center,' he tweeted shortly after midnight. 'Those are truly some of the best doctors anywhere in the world. Also began phase one of my yearly physical. Everything very good (great!). Will complete next year.' According to The Associated Press, the two-hour appointment did not appear on the president's public schedule like his previous annual physicals.  Original story: 'Anticipating a very busy 2020, the President is taking advantage of a free weekend here in Washington, D.C., to begin portions of his routine annual physical exam at Walter Reed,' Stephanie Grisham, White House press secretary, said in a statement, CNN reported. Trump’s last physical was in February at Walter Reed. He weighed 243 pounds with a body mass index of 29.9, and 30 is considered obese, USA Today reported. He also had increased his use of a statin that helps control his cholesterol. 'I am happy to announce the president of the United States is in very good health and I anticipate he will remain so for the duration of his presidency, and beyond,' Dr. Sean Conley, the president’s physician, wrote at the time.  The visit Saturday is different than the president’s previous physicals. The last two physicals were announced beforehand and noted on the president’s calendar. Trump usually takes the Marine One helicopter to Walter Reed, but this time, a motorcade dropped him off unannounced, CNN reported. 
  • By now I'm sure you've heard the rumors, but now it is official: There will be a Beverly Hills Cop 4, and yes, Eddie Murphy will be in it. Murphy will be back to play his iconic role as detective Axel Foley, and the original producer of the franchise, Jerry Bruckheimer, will also be working on the project. According to Deadline Hollywood, Netflix managed to score a one time licensing agreement with Paramount to produce the movie, which had spent quite some time working on a reboot.  However, this is not the first time that Eddie Murphy has had screen time on Netflix. You may remember the recent October release of 'Dolemite Is My Name.'  While Eddie Murphy is confirmed to reprise his role, there is no word yet on when it will come out or what the plot of the film will be.
  • The Orange County Sheriff's Office says they have arrested a fellow deputy after he reportedly pointed a gun at a Lyft driver. According to the arrest affidavit, an officer responded to the intersection of Narcoosee Road and Lake Nona Club Drive for an armed disturbance complaint. Once they got there, the Lyft driver alleged that his passenger, now identified as Deputy Troy Heyer, was dropped off at a house located in the Nonacrest neighborhood. While remaining outside to do a report on the app, the driver says Heyer came outside and pointed a gun at him, asking 'What are you doing here?'.  After showing officers the location where Heyer was dropped off, officers approached the house and were greeted by his wife, who explained that they both had attended a restaurant, but left separately and that Heyer had returned home about 45 minutes prior to their arrival. She was then asked to wake him up, but she stated that he couldn't because he had sleep apnea. Eventually, he was able to be woken up and was briefed by officers about the situation.  Shortly after, Heyer stated that he was not going to talk to the officers and that 'you're either going to arrest me or I'm going back in the house.' He was later detained and according to the report, he had the smell of alcohol on his breath, along with slurred speech and watery eyes.  Based on a sworn statement that was given by the driver along with the driver's desire to press charges, Heyer was charged with aggravated assault with a firearm. Heyer had since been relieved of all law enforcement duties without pay while the case is underway. It is also an open Orange County Sheriff's Office internal investigation.  In a statement, Sheriff John Mina said 'These are very serious criminal allegations. As law enforcement officers, we must be held to the highest standards of conduct whether on duty or off duty. These allegations will be thoroughly investigated and the results of that investigation will be made public.”
  • Orange County deputies say they have arrested a man who used a stolen car and rammed into a deputy's car during a pursuit in Apopka Saturday morning. They say just before 12:30 a.m., they found the stolen car parked at a home on 1706 Mid Summer Avenue. Once the driver, now identified as 25 year old William Robinson, got into the car, they attempted to pull him over. That's when Robinson hit a deputy with the car and then drove off as other officers chased after him.  They say the pursuit started on Rock Springs Road right around the same time that Robinson rammed a sergeant's patrol car. The chase ended seconds later on Rock Springs and Kelly Park Road when the car crashed. Robinson tried to get away on foot, but was taken into custody shortly after.  A spokeswoman said the deputies did not suffer any major injuries. Meanwhile, Robinson faces multiple charges including aggravated battery on a law enforcement officer with a motor vehicle and driving with a revoked license.

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  • Despite a series of visits and late political rallies on behalf of the Republican running for Governor in the Bayou State, President Donald Trump's help for the GOP fell short in Louisiana on Saturday, as Democratic Gov. John Bel Edwards narrowly won re-election to a second term, the second election setback for the President in two weeks. With 100 percent of precincts reporting on Sunday morning, Edwards led Republican Eddie Rispone, a Baton Route area businessman, by 40,000 votes, with 51.3 percent of the vote. The GOP defeat came just days after Republican Gov. Matt Bevin of Kentucky conceded defeat in a close race from earlier this month, as Democrats overcame as series of campaign rallies held by the President, and won two of the three Governor's races in the South in 2019. 'And as for the President,' Edwards said to cheering supporters, 'God Bless his heart,' using a well known Southern put down. The President had come to Louisiana three times for rallies, fully embracing the battle to knock off Edwards. While Democrats celebrated the second direct voter rebuke of Mr. Trump in two weeks, Republicans downplayed the results. 'He was going to own the losses either way,' said GOP strategist Liam Donovan on Sunday morning. 'Not sure any of it mattered all that much in the end in either direction.' In his campaign stops, and on Twitter, the President had cast the more conservative Edwards as a radical liberal, not worthy of the votes of the Bayou State. 'If you want to defend your values, your jobs, and your freedom, then you need to REPLACE Radical Liberal John Bel Edwards with a true Louisiana Patriot,' Mr. Trump said on Twitter before the vote. But while Eddie Rispone led Edwards for much of the night, the late arriving results from Baton Rouge, New Orleans, and the suburban areas of those cities spelled doom for the President. It was a familiar formula which has led to GOP losses in once-reliable GOP suburbs in cities all over the country: Houston, Dallas, Atlanta, Minneapolis, Chicago, Detroit, Philadelphia, Oklahoma City, Los Angeles, and more. 'Hey are these Trump rallies definitely helping the Republicans?' asked Sen. Brian Schatz (D-HI) on Twitter as the returns rolled in. Democrats will find out that answer for 2020, in 50 weeks.