Eli Saslow, and Michael S. Williamson, The Washington Post Published 6:06 am PDT, Sunday, May 12, 2019 Allen and Tana Miller do a nightly equipment and lights check on their ambulance as they are based at Fairfax Community Hospital in Fairfax, Oklahoma. They've been living at the hospital (all beds are available as only the emergency room is open) for both convenience and the added safety their presence offers overnight when there are only two staffers on duty in the E.R. less Allen and Tana Miller do a nightly equipment and lights check on their ambulance as they are based at Fairfax Community Hospital in Fairfax, Oklahoma. They've been living at the hospital (all beds are available ... more Photo: Washington Post Photo By Michael S. Williamson Photo: Washington Post Photo By Michael S. … [Read more...] about ‘Who’s going to take care of these people?’
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LAST year London experienced a decade high as the murder toll went over 130. But how many murders have there been in the capital so far this year? Here's what we know... What is London's murder rate? As of February 10, there have been at least eight murders in London so far in 2019. Two people were fatally stabbed in separate knife attacks in the capital, in the first six hours of 2019. The first knife murder victim of the new year was Charlotte Huggins, 33, who died in Camberwell, London, just after 4am on January 1. A 34-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and has been bailed to return in mid-January. The second person to be killed was a Romanian bouncer, Tudor Simionov, who was stabbed to death by gatecrashers outside a New Year's Eve party in London's exclusive Mayfair area. He was attacked while working as a doorman at a £12.5million central London townhouse. On January 8 a Jayden Moody, 14, died after being stabbed in … [Read more...] about London murder rate 2019 – how many murders have there been this year so far & which city has the world’s highest murder rate?
Mark Hicks and James David Dickson and Charles E. Ramirez The Detroit News Published 9:53 PM EST Jan 31, 2019 The icy grip of the vexing polar vortex in Michigan, which claimed lives, spawned days of record-shattering cold and calls for dialing down thermostats, is about to ease. But instead of deep-diving temperatures, the rapid thaw following a warm-up could trigger a different set of problems. The National Weather Service said the mercury is expected reach the teens on Friday, a nearly 30-degree jump from the minus 14 recorded Thursday, then soar into the 30s on Saturday, mid-40s on Sunday and warmer early next week. Ruptured water mains, leaky pipes and gutters, more potholes, and road flooding and bridges are what could be in store with such a sudden temperature swing. Two dozen busted water mains were being patched this week in Detroit, and that number grew to 44 on Thursday. No repairs can be made until the temperature goes above zero, so the "crews … [Read more...] about Deadly cold spell to end by weekend; ‘significant warm-up’ ahead
It’s challenging to keep a New Year’s resolution. Most don’t even make it to February. But we found six people who want to beat the odds. Mary Jo Dircks and Katharine Barr are cousins who want to continue to lose weight and live healthier and more active lives; Brittany Hall is preparing for her professional bodybuilding debut in May. Jason Bryan is learning Hebrew before a trip to Israel. Missy Montgomery is creating a family cookbook, and Stephanie Schempp is going to buy one plant every month. We’ll check in with the six resolution makers occasionally in 2019 and check on their progress. Mary Jo Dircks: To continue losing weight Regardless of whether a New Year’s resolution is made, a new year is a natural time to pause and reflect. It was a year ago that Mary Jo Dircks of Apple Valley found herself doing just that for a number of reasons — including the number on the scale. “I am 56 years old,” says Dircks. “I have been heavy … [Read more...] about Six local folks set goals for 2019. We follow their journeys.
Kyle Swenson, The Washington Post Published 3:36 am PST, Thursday, December 20, 2018 First off, she's not overweight. She's just right. Abby is an 11-year-old sea otter found splashing around the Monterey Bay Aquarium in Monterey, CaliforniaAccording to the Los Angeles Times, she is one of five otters at the facility who serve as surrogate moms to orphaned otter pups. Tipping the scale at 46 pounds, Abby is only one pound over the average weight of an adult female otter. But when the aquarium recently snapped a picture of Abby lounging on the ground, the angle made her look more like a throw rug than a nimble sea creature. The aquarium decided have some fun on Tuesday. "Abby is a thicc girl," the aquarium's account tweeted along with the picture. "What an absolute unit." The cuddly snap started burning up the Internet, with well over 17,000 likes and 4,000 retweets, as of early Thursday. Then, the backlash started. On Twitter, the aquarium was called out for describing … [Read more...] about The viral backlash over Abby the ‘thicc’ sea otter is peak 2018