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Issa Rae Explains Why She Decides to Share Her Wedding Pics Despite Private Nuptials

The 'Insecure' star and co-creator tied the knot with her longtime partner, Louis Diame, back in July in the South of France in front of friends and family. AceShowbiz - Issa Rae might tie the knot with Louis Diame secretly, but she didn't mind giving fans a look at their nuptials.

aceshowbiz.com ,  16min 0
Issa Rae Explains Why She Decides to Share Her Wedding Pics Despite Private Nuptials

Sons of Alex Murdaugh's housekeeper reveal they STILL don't know exactly how she died 'from a fall' inside his home aged 57: They reveal how he promised to 'take care of them' then swindled them out of $3million insurance

Gloria Satterfield died in Alex Murdaugh's South Carolina home in 2018 after a 'fall' She'd worked for him for 20 years and had been told she was 'part of the family' Her two adult sons, Tony and Brian, still don't know how her injuries from the fall caused her to die

dailymail.co.uk ,  2h 1
Sons of Alex Murdaugh's housekeeper reveal they STILL don't know exactly how she died 'from a fall' inside his home aged 57: They reveal how he promised to 'take care of them' then swindled them out of $3million insurance

Sadiq Khan calls for a national diesel scrappage scheme as car tax changes just days away

SADIQ KHAN has praised the car tax changes for the Ultra Low Emission Zone in London which are set to be introduced on Monday. London’s ULEZ zone is the biggest clean air zone in the world, encompassing much of central London as the city aims to cut down on vehicle emissions.

express.co.uk ,  2h 19
Sadiq Khan calls for a national diesel scrappage scheme as car tax changes just days away

40 jobs created as £10m contract wins in defence and construction lead to major MTL investment

Metals specialist is enhancing manufacturing cells and staffing up after order book success A £2 million investment in manufacturing equipment has been made by a South Yorkshire metals specialist to meet demand from new contract wins in defence and construction. A total of 40 new jobs are being created as Rotherham’s MTL Advanced enhances large format laser cutting, large folding, and CNC machining, in line with the company’s growing order book.

business-live.co.uk ,  2h 1
40 jobs created as £10m contract wins in defence and construction lead to major MTL investment

Weather warning issued for southern England

A yellow weather warning is in place for parts of southern England. The Met Office said wet and windy weather was likely to cause disruption from 16:00 on Wednesday to 03:00 BST on Thursday in the South West, West, South and South East. Between 15mm to 25mm of rain is expected to fall.

bbc.com ,  2h 10
Weather warning issued for southern England

North Korea 'anxious and leery' as they spark WW3 fears with missile test launch

Observers have shared their thoughts on North Korea's latest ballistic missile launch and believe that the development aims to sharpen the "anxious" nation's military edge North Korea's drive to advance their ballistic missiles comes after the country's "anxiety" over the South's decision to ramp up its weapons, analysts claim.

dailystar.co.uk ,  5h 7
North Korea 'anxious and leery' as they spark WW3 fears with missile test launch

Controversial 200-home development approved in split vote

Controversial plans for 200 extra homes in a village near Norwich have been approved in a split vote. Council officers recommended approval for the Hethersett development, despite strong opposition in the village. Persimmon Homes and Taylor Wimpey were given outline permission in 2013 to build 1,196 homes on the north side of Hethersett.

edp24.co.uk ,  6h 0
Controversial 200-home development approved in split vote

Charlotte man accused of killing ex-girlfriend and dumping her body to appear in court

A Charlotte man accused of killing a Gastonia woman and dumping her body in South Carolina is scheduled to appear in court Wednesday. Charles William Combs was charged with murder in connection with the killing of LaPorscha Baldwin, who was reported missing when she didn't show up to work at Amazon earlier this month.

msn.com ,  6h 3
Charlotte man accused of killing ex-girlfriend and dumping her body to appear in court

Senators Counter China Expansion In South and East China Seas With New Bill

The Senate Committee on Foreign Relations has approved new legislation that will counter China's expansive maritime claims in its surrounding waters by sanctioning Chinese officials and entities that contribute to island-building or threaten the stability of the South and East China seas. China's ruling Communist Party openly contests the entirety of the South China Sea under the country's sweeping "nine-dash line."

msn.com ,  7h 34
Senators Counter China Expansion In South and East China Seas With New Bill

That time when one of the most iconic slavery abolitionists came to town

Frederick Douglass escaped slavery and became one of the world’s most powerful advocates for freedom. In 1846 he thrilled crowds in Bristol. Engraving by J.C. Buttre f On Tuesday 25 August 1846, the great human rights activist and anti-slavery campaigner Frederick Douglass delivered a powerful speech at the Victoria Rooms in Bristol.

thebristolcable.org ,  8h 0
That time when one of the most iconic slavery abolitionists came to town

New manager for markets?

A new manager is set to be appointed to look after the South Holland’s markets. But while pitch fees in Spalding are set to fall 63 per cent, Long Sutton traders’ fees will rise 67 per cent. The fees, which will be subject to annual review, are designed to ‘provide a simple model’, according to a report due to go before South Holland District Council’s Cabinet next week.

spaldingvoice.co.uk ,  8h 0
New manager for markets?

Killer viper found in Essex thought to have traveled in container of rocks

The snake was discovered in a shipping container which had arrived from India A deadly species of snake, believed to have killed more people than all other snake species combined, was discovered in Essex having been found stowed away in a shipping container. The saw-scaled viper is thought to have arrived in the UK from India, when is was found by a stonemason in a container of rocks that they had ordered.

independent.co.uk ,  11h 8
Killer viper found in Essex thought to have traveled in container of rocks

People over 50 invited to question legal expert over the phone for free

PEOPLE over 50 are invited to call for free advice from a legal expert regarding wills and power of attorneys. Age UK North, South & West Dorset, in partnership with local solicitors from Nantes, Blanchards Bailey and Humphries Kirk, is holding a free over the phone service for anyone over 50 to ask an expert questions about wills and power of attorneys.

bridportnews.co.uk ,  15h 0
People over 50 invited to question legal expert over the phone for free

SWAT team dispatched to Monte Vista Avenue in Las Cruces

A SWAT team was dispatched to Monte Vista Avenue and South Solano Drive in Las Cruces Tuesday night. Law enforcement officials confirmed that the scene is connected to a shooting that took place earlier on Tuesday in Las Cruces. Tuesday afternoon Las Cruces police found a 30-year-old man dead after a shooting at 251 Desert Rose Court.

msn.com ,  15h 0
SWAT team dispatched to Monte Vista Avenue in Las Cruces

South Africa: Under the radar and on a hot streak

Few nations have endured as much heartbreak at ICC events as South Africa. In 2021, the reward for their decades of consistency could finally come to fruition. They have flown under the radar in some circles, but this is a team ready to go all the way in the midst of the best active winning streak in T20I cricket.

icc-cricket.com ,  18h 0
South Africa: Under the radar and on a hot streak

Cannon Game: Pueblo South historically holds edge over East as rivalry enters 63rd year

The game has become huge over the years. The annual battle for the cannon, referred to as the Cannon Game, pits the football teams between Pueblo East and Pueblo South high schools. The schools have played since their inceptions in 1959. The Cannon Game series began 46 years ago in 1976.

msn.com ,  23h 0
Cannon Game: Pueblo South historically holds edge over East as rivalry enters 63rd year

'We are being steamrolled’: Angry drivers call new car tax changes 'a joke' over daily fee

DRIVERS have taken to social media to slam the incoming car tax changes which are being introduced next week. London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone is set to expand on October 25, with thousands more drivers set to be included in the new area. Transport for London (TfL) have said nearly 10 million people have used its online checker to see whether they will need to pay the additional charge if they drive in the zone.

express.co.uk ,  1d 1
'We are being steamrolled’: Angry drivers call new car tax changes 'a joke' over daily fee

Concerns raised over Covid vaccination in schools programme after 'lower-than-hoped-for uptake' among South Tyneside children

Concerns have been raised after new Government data revealed a ‘lower-than-hoped-for uptake’ of Covid vaccinations by secondary aged school pupils. Despite the vaccination in schools programme beginning to be rolled out in the penultimate week of September, as of October 17, only 14.1% of 12 to 15 year olds in South Tyneside had received their Covid jabs.

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Concerns raised over Covid vaccination in schools programme after 'lower-than-hoped-for uptake' among South Tyneside children

3-car collision in Tacoma sends 3 to hospital

Oct. 19—A traffic collision in Tacoma on Monday evening ended with three people injured and transported to the hospital. Police said the incident involved three cars. Tacoma Fire Department crews responded to the crash near the intersection of South 59th Street and Yakima Avenue, according to a tweet from the department.

msn.com ,  1d 0
3-car collision in Tacoma sends 3 to hospital

Mother of girl killed by pollution urges Boris Johnson to set tougher clear air goals

Rosamund Adoo-Kissi-Debrah, whose daughter Ella died as a result of traffic emissions, tells Prime Minister to set example for the world The mother of a girl who died from pollution has written to the Prime Minister urging him to commit to World Health Organisation targets on poisonous particles, The Telegraph can reveal.

telegraph.co.uk ,  1d 0
Mother of girl killed by pollution urges Boris Johnson to set tougher clear air goals