Ivan Moreno, Associated Press Updated 8:29 am CDT, Saturday, June 1, 2019 In this March 14, 2019 booking photo provided by the Marinette County Sheriff's Office is Raymand Vannieuwenhoven. Prosecutors said they used DNA and genetic genealogy to connect Vannieuwenhoven to the killings 43 years ago of a young couple David Schuldes and Ellen Matheys. Vannieuwenhoven, 82, a widower and father of five grown children had lived quietly for two decades among the 800 residents of Lakewood, a northern Wisconsin town about 25 miles southwest from the site of the murders. Now he is being held on a $1 million bond. (Marinette County Sheriff via AP) less In this March 14, 2019 booking photo provided by the Marinette County Sheriff's Office is Raymand Vannieuwenhoven. Prosecutors said they used DNA and genetic genealogy to connect Vannieuwenhoven to the killings ... more Photo: AP … [Read more...] about Arrest in 43-year-old murder case stuns Wisconsin town
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Jeremy Rupke was watching his 4-year-old son Mason at hockey practice when a question popped into his head. “My wife and I were at the practice and we would see him saying something to the kids and the coaches,” the 33-year-old father of two told The Washington Post on Sunday. “We always know he’s saying random, funny stuff around the house. I just got curious, ‘I wonder what he’s saying out there on the ice.'” As it turns out, quite a lot. On Friday, the 3-and-a-half-foot-tall (his father estimates he’s 3-feet-8 in skates) novice hockey player became the sport’s latest viral sensation after his rambling on-ice thoughts were revealed in a video shared to YouTube by Rupke, an Ontario-based hockey coach whose channel boasts more than 218,000 subscribers. The roughly six-minute-long video, titled “4 Year Old Mic’d up at Hockey,” captures Mason toddling around the ice rink, chattering incessantly to himself, teammates … [Read more...] about ‘Let’s nap’: A dad mic’d up his 4-year-old son at hockey practice, and the results are ‘so pure’
Isobel Asher Hamilton, provided by Published 2:30 am CST, Sunday, February 17, 2019 English with Lucy Lucy Bella Earl is an educational YouTuber who teaches English to more than 1.7 million subscribers. Earl spoke to Business Insider about becoming "EduTuber," how she struggled with burnout, and why Instagram isn't about to replace YouTube. BI also spoke to YouTube's education boss Malik Ducard about what the company is doing to look after its creators. Lucy Bella Earl started a YouTube channel in 2016, teaching bite-sized chunks of the English language. Eight months later, it had become her full-time job, and she now boasts more than 1.7 million subscribers. The idea for Earl's channel "English With Lucy" came when she was on a year abroad during her marketing degree. Earl started teaching English in Madrid, and realising that her grasp of Spanish grammar was shaky, she went looking for videos to help her master the language. "I noticed they were all about 20, 25 … [Read more...] about This 24-year-old has built a YouTube empire out of educational videos, but she says burnout is a real problem
Allyson Chiu, The Washington Post Published 6:04 am PST, Tuesday, February 12, 2019 Amy Elizabeth Fleming was charged in the murder of her 3 year-old son in 1986. Amy Elizabeth Fleming was charged in the murder of her 3 year-old son in 1986. Photo: Palm Beach County Jail Photo: Palm Beach County Jail Image 1 of / 14 Caption Close Image 1 of 14 Amy Elizabeth Fleming was charged in the murder of her 3 year-old son in 1986. Amy Elizabeth Fleming was charged in the murder of her 3 year-old son in 1986. Photo: Palm Beach County Jail In 1986, she begged for her 3-year-old's safe return. Now she's charged with his murder. 1 / 14 Back to Gallery On camera, Amy Elizabeth Fleming's face was … [Read more...] about In 1986, she begged for her 3-year-old’s safe return. Now she’s charged with his murder.
By Craig Giammona Bloomberg Thu., Jan. 24, 2019 If you know someone who can put their hands on some rare scotch, it’s probably time to reach out. Just in time for Wall Street bonus season, Macallan is releasing 250 bottles of 52-year-old single malt, which began the journey to maturation back when Lyndon Johnson was president and the Vietnam War raged. Aged in European oak sherry seasoned casks from Spain, they carry a suggested retail price of $53,500 (U.S.). That’s just about what it will cost you for a dual-motor, all-wheel drive version of the Tesla Model 3. In red. Just a glass of the stuff, which in addition to the brand’s trademark smoothness carries hints of fruit, will likely cost about $1,500, said Nicolas Villalon, a brand education and prestige manager at Macallan. America is set to receive 42 of the bottles, with 13 coming to the Northeastern U.S. (mostly New York City), the company said. Around 35 or so are going to Asia, including 10 … [Read more...] about Scotch for the price of a Tesla? Macallan has a 52-year-old bottle for you