Perkasie man back in the classroom after co-hosting 'Live with Kelly' but he didn’t know he and everyone watching “Live with Kelly” would also get a glimpse of what was happening at the rally in the high school gym. “I had no idea a camera crew was going to be there,” Curtis said. The show of support was ... 10/27/2016 - 6:16 pm | View Link
Fair City Spoilers: Katy's kidnapper finally appears hovering over her bed and watching her sleep. EEK! We're feeling afraid now. The kidnapper is seriously creepy Also tonight, Laura apologises to Hayley and they agree to meet up for a drink. Laura goes to collect a bag she had left in the gym. She tries ... 10/25/2016 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Jose Mourinho: This is the truth about my Chelsea exit "It took a couple of days [to get over it] and then it was finished and I started my life in a common way. "I was still in London, I kept a house there, I was walking in the street, going to the gym, watching football…" 10/21/2016 - 5:33 am | View Link
From sundown to sun-up: 12 hrs with a homeless man He waits until the gym is mostly empty to slip in and out. Matte prefers not to use the showers at drop-in centres, designed for the homeless, because of safety concerns. Matte is watching YouTube and playing Scrabble as he eats a packet of licorice allsorts. 10/19/2016 - 8:44 am | View Link
Alma man to face trial for arson Michael Allen Young, the owner of Young’s Health Gym —which was housed in one of two historic ... Early that same morning, Patricia Taylor was watching a snow plow clear the parking lot behind 319 and 315 Superior from her apartment in Tartan ... 10/18/2016 - 9:58 am | View Link
Syria’s foreign minister says government forces could agree to another cessation of fighting around the city of Aleppo, but only if it receives guarantees from rebel forces that civilians would be allowed to leave the city.
At a news conference with his Russian counterpart in Moscow, Foreign Minister Walid al-Muallem said Friday that the recent so-called “humanitarian pause” in the Aleppo fighting was ruined by fighters whom he called terrorists firing on the evacuation corridors.
“We are ready to again repeat this attempt after we receive guarantees that confirm that the countries supporting these terrorist organizations are prepared to act so that civilians could use the cease-fire,” he said.
Syrian state media says seven civilians have been killed by rebel shelling on government-controlled areas of Aleppo.
When photographer J. Henry Fair first started photographing industrial sites from the air, he didn’t know exactly what he was looking at—so, he learned. This is what making phosphate fertilizer looks like, this is leeching copper ore, this is waste from an aluminum refinery. Now, the images were more than “a beautiful green thing” or “a beautiful red thing,” they were fitting into a story, what Fair calls, “the big story.”
Industrial Scars, his new book, attempts to show the vast and incredible marks that humans have left on the planet, from fracking to copper mining to the production of food.
OLDSMAR - It may be news to residents of Tampa and St. Petersburg, but Oldsmar bills itself as the hub of Tampa Bay. And that's why Mayor Doug Bevis is convinced his community of just 14,000 is ready to rub shoulders with the likes of New York and Chicago as a home for major-league
A study of 13 countries has shown that those living in the United Kingdom are the most exhausted, with more than a third of Brits (37%) feeling that they do not get enough sleep.
Americans are the fourth worst sleepers on the list, following Ireland and Canada, with 31% feeling under-slept.
The incumbent Republican senator from Illinois Mark Kirk made a major misstep during a debate with a racially-charged comment about his opponent’s heritage.
During Thursday night’s debate between Kirk and Rep. Tammy Duckworth, Duckworth said, “My family has served this nation in uniform, going back to the Revolution. I’m a daughter of the American Revolution.
The United Nations’ human rights office says the Islamic State group appears to be using tens of thousands of civilians in and around the Iraqi city of Mosul as “human shields.”
It has received reports of more than 200 people being killed for refusing to comply with IS orders or previously belonging to Iraqi security forces.