Friday, September 6th, 2019

 

What to know about New Hampshire’s first 2020 cattle call

Each of the 19 Democratic presidential candidates will be given 7-10 minutes to address the convention Saturday, starting at 9 a.m.


Atlanta Sterilizer Closes as Locals Plan Air Tests

In a related matter, state Sen. Jen Jordan and two area residents filed a lawsuit asking a Fulton County judge to throw out a consent order on the Sterigenics construction plan that the company struck in August with state officials. The resource:27


Atlanta Sterilizer Closes as Locals Plan Air Tests

In a related matter, state Sen. Jen Jordan and two area residents filed a lawsuit asking a Fulton County judge to throw out a consent order on the Sterigenics construction plan that the company struck in August with state officials. The resource:27


Atlanta Sterilizer Closes as Locals Plan Air Tests

In a related matter, state Sen. Jen Jordan and two area residents filed a lawsuit asking a Fulton County judge to throw out a consent order on the Sterigenics construction plan that the company struck in August with state officials. The resource:27


Atlanta Sterilizer Closes as Locals Plan Air Tests

In a related matter, state Sen. Jen Jordan and two area residents filed a lawsuit asking a Fulton County judge to throw out a consent order on the Sterigenics construction plan that the company struck in August with state officials. The resource:27


CDC Says to Stop Vaping as Fifth Person Dies and Severe Lung Illness Cases Hit 450

The number of deaths linked to vaping is now up to five as the Centers for Disease Control investigate the 450 cases of severe lung illness reported nationwide. Three additional deaths were confirmed on Friday in Indiana, Minnesota and California, following two previously reported deaths in Illinois and Oregon. Just a few hours earlier, the CDC held a briefing on the rise of severe lung illnesses connected to e-cigarette use, and said that the number of reported cases had more than doubled in the last week to 450, from justRead More


Cheerleader Accused of Murdering Newborn Allegedly Admitted, ‘I Tried to Cremate My Baby’

An Ohio woman accused of killing and burying her newborn daughter allegedly told her father she tried to cremate the baby. Brooke Skylar Richardson is accused of killing and burying her newborn daughter in her backyard in July 2017. Prosecutors allege she did not want to be an 18-year-old single mom. Richardson’s attorneys argued that the baby was stillborn and didn’t meet the legal criteria to be considered a child. Richardson, now 20, is facing trial for aggravated murder, involuntary manslaughter, gross abuse of a corpse, tampering with evidence andRead More


Matt Lauer and Annette Roque Finalize Divorce, Are ‘Focused on Their Three Children’: Source

Former Today host Matt Lauer has finalized his divorce from ex-wife Annette Roque after over 20 years of marriage, multiple sources confirm to PEOPLE. “It’s final. They are both focused on their three children,” one source close to Lauer says. The divorce is official nearly two years after the couple separated following Lauer’s termination by NBC for alleged sexual misconduct. (He has denied the allegations). Weeks after Lauer, 61, was fired, PEOPLE confirmed he and Roque were no longer wearing their wedding rings, though a source said Lauer was “fighting to saveRead More


Maureen McCormick Reveals the Emotional Tribute to Florence Henderson in A Very Brady Renovation

When Florence Henderson passed away on Thanksgiving in 2016, Maureen McCormick was one of the first to lead Hollywood in mourning. Now, almost three years later, McCormick still finds herself emotional over her on-screen mother’s passing — and says a special tribute to Henderson inside the A Very Brady Renovation home left her in tears.  Premiering September 9, HGTV’s A Very Brady Renovation follows six of the original cast members fromThe Brady Bunch as they renovate the famous house that served as the facade of the Brady family home fromRead More


Nationwide Heartbreak: Remembering the 34 Victims of the California Boat Fire

In the early morning hours of Monday, Sept. 2, a 75-foot commercial diving boat was wrapping up a Labor Day weekend excursion when it burst into flames off the coast of Santa Cruz Island in California. The 34 people who were sleeping below deck were trapped and killed, while five crew members — the only ones not below deck — survived. On Friday, Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown said that a preliminary examination revealed that the victims died of smoke inhalation rather than burns and that authorities have identifiedRead More