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A pilot from Beale Air Force Base was killed and a second was injured Tuesday after a U-2 spy plane, one of the most famous aircraft of the Cold War era, crashed Tuesday morning near the Sutter Buttes.

The pilots, participating in a training mission, ejected from the aircraft before it plunged into grassy hills in Sutter County.

The crash set off a 250-acre wildfire. Fire crews raced to put out the blaze as search and rescue teams searched for the pilots in remote terrain.

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Cheaters is a weekly syndicated American hidden camera reality television series about people suspected of committing adultery , or cheating, on their partners. Investigations are headed by the "Cheaters Detective Agency". It began airing in 2000, and has aired 15 seasons so far. It was previously hosted by Tommy Habeeb , Joey Greco , and Clark James Gable .

Cheaters airs on Saturday nights on The CW Plus . It also aired on G4TV from 2006–2012. The CW Plus airs two episodes: a one-hour-long episode followed by a 30-minute episode. A 10-minute version of the show called Cheaters: Amazing Confrontations is available through on-demand services. Actor Joey Greco was the show's longest-running host, hosting from late 2002 to mid-2012. On season 13, he was replaced by Clark James Gable , grandson of Clark Gable .

Cheaters has been rated TV-14 due to strong language, and sexual and potentially violent situations. All uncensored pay-per-view episodes of Cheaters are rated TV-MA as they contain nudity and explicit language.

Further Reading Judge rules in favor of “likely guilty” murder suspect found via stingray A law professor has filed a formal legal complaint on behalf of three advocacy organizations, arguing that stingray use by law enforcement agencies nationwide—and the Baltimore Police Department in particular—violate Federal Communications Commission rules.

The new 38-page complaint makes a creative argument that because stingrays, or cell-site simulators, act as fake cell towers, that law enforcement agencies lack the spectrum licenses to be able to broadcast at the relevant frequencies. Worse still, when deployed, cell service, including 911 calls, are disrupted in the area.

Stingrays are used by law enforcement to determine a mobile phone's location by spoofing a cell tower. In some cases, stingrays can intercept calls and text messages. Once deployed, the devices intercept data from a target phone along with information from other phones within the vicinity. At times, police have falsely claimed the use of a confidential informant when they have actually deployed these particularly sweeping and intrusive surveillance tools. Often, they are used to locate criminal suspects.