LIBBY Squire's heartbroken family have released a new video of the missing student as the search enters its seventh week. The 21-year-old can be seen singing and laughing in the car with her siblings as she was being driven back to university in Hull in April, last year. She went missing on February 1 after a night out with friends when she was turned away from Welly nightclub in the city. The new footage shows Libby in the front seat of the car singing MK's 17, while her brother and two sisters are out of shot. Libby’s mum Lisa, from High Wycombe, Bucks., said: “As a family, we are really struggling. The whole family miss Libby beyond belief. “Libby’s disappearance is having a big effect on all of us. Please if you have any information let the police know.” POLICE APPEAL Detective Superintendent Martin Smalley today said: “Hundreds of officers have been involved both on land and in the water and we have followed up hundreds of leads and lines … [Read more...] about Libby Squire’s heartbroken family release new video of missing student, 21, laughing and singing in car as search enters seventh week
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In his State of the Union address Tuesday, President Trump said his next major priority is lowering the cost of health care and prescription drugs. Americans spend more on prescription drugs than people pay in any other developed nation, an average of about $1,200 a year. For some, the cost is so high they're forced to take extraordinary measures, reports CBS News correspondent Tony Dokoupil. Jon Yeagley said his 21-year-old son has a condition that caused him to start losing his hair around the seventh grade. Only one treatment worked but the drug was not covered by Yeagley's health insurance. So every three months, he drives 6.5 hours to Canada to buy the medicine. "So right now, I'm paying $15,000 a year for this medicine, which costs in the United States $53,000 a year which I feel is… at best, criminal," Yeagley said. "There's no reason why an American should pay three times what somebody in Canada or Europe or Mexico has to pay." That sentiment was echoed by Mr. Trump. … [Read more...] about Dad travels to Canada for son’s medicine that would cost $53K in U.S.
A MUM has revealed her regret at sharing a picture of her heartbroken son after NOBODY turned up to his sixth birthday party at pizza restaurant. Tearful Teddy Mazzini went viral when mum Sil posted a photo of him waiting all alone on a long, empty table laid with festive party-themed plates, napkins and cups. Speaking to DailyMail.com, she blasted: "If I could go back in time back to that Sunday night I would have never sent the photo online. "We are overwhelmed and can’t believe a photo would go viral like this. I hate it every minute of this exposure, She also revealed that her son won't get a seventh birthday party - and will instead be taken on a trip somewhere. This year, he had been given the choice between a trip to Disneyland, Legoland, or having a party with his class. Teddy had extended the invite to every one of his classmates from his Kindergarten class in Tucson, Arizona, but not a single one of them showed up. Several pizzas delivered to the table ahead of the … [Read more...] about Mum’s regret at sharing heartbreaking pic of son, 6, sitting alone at his birthday – and reveals he won’t have a party next year
Orion Sang Detroit Free Press Published 6:00 AM EDT Sep 20, 2018 Cesar Ruiz walked into Schembechler Hall on Monday afternoon and smiled. That’s one thing you can always count on with Ruiz, a 6-foot-4, 316-pound sophomore who starts at center for the Michigan football team. His outgoing personality. His positivity. His friendliness. His sense of humor. “He’s just a funny dude. He’s goofy. He’s not like a lot of other (offensive) lineman,” said senior right tackle Juwann Bushell-Beatty. “He’s very outgoing, talkative. Not what you would expect out of somebody who just plays (offensive) line.” Earlier Monday, Jim Harbaugh gave an assessment of Ruiz’s personality: “He’s a well-liked guy. Players gravitate to him. Coaches like him.” Seconds after being told these words, Ruiz smiled again. “Thanks, coach.” “I am a happy guy,” Ruiz continued. “I’m just happy to be … [Read more...] about Michigan’s Cesar Ruiz finds smile after death of father
There are plenty of reasons to see “The Gin Game” at the Ives Auditorium in Bloomington. An American classic, D.L. Coburn’s play won the 1978 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. It’s being staged at the elegantly appointed, $20 million theater in the new Minnesota Masonic Heritage Center. It’s presented by Sidekick Theatre, a 5-year-old company that now calls the Ives its permanent home. It’s directed by Tim Stolz, son of Don Stolz, both of Old Log Theatre renown. And it stars Twin Cities theater legends and real-life couple Candance Barrett and Raye Birk. The chance to see those two on stage in roles made famous by Jessica Tandy and Hume Cronyn (and later played by Cicely Tyson and James Earl Jones) is too good to let pass. It’s a powerful play, and darker than you might expect going in. Barrett and Birk are Fonsia Dorsey and Weller Martin, two sharp-witted elderly people who meet in a nursing home and get to know each other over hands of gin rummy. … [Read more...] about Powerful ‘Gin Game’ in Bloomington; ‘Once’ to open at the Ritz