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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Mike Stobbe, Ap Medical Writer Updated 12:51 pm PDT, Thursday, May 30, 2019 FILE - This May 15, 2019 file photo shows a vial of a measles, mumps and rubella vaccine at a clinic in Vashon Island, Wash. On Thursday, May 30, 2019, U.S. health officials reported this year’s U.S. measles epidemic surpassed a 25-year-old record, and experts say it’s not clear when the wave of illnesses will stop. There were 971 cases so far this year, eclipsing the 963 measles illnesses reported for all of 1994. less FILE - This May 15, 2019 file photo shows a vial of a measles, mumps and rubella vaccine at a clinic in Vashon Island, Wash. On Thursday, May 30, 2019, U.S. health officials reported this year’s U.S. measles ... more Photo: Elaine Thompson, AP Photo: Elaine Thompson, AP Image 1 of / 1 … [Read more...] about US measles count nears 1,000, surpassing 25-year-old record
Aylin Woodward, provided by Published 3:08 pm CST, Thursday, March 7, 2019 Gustavo Politis and Pablo Messineo For the first time ever, scientists have found a site where humans killed and butchered a giant sloth. Humans hunted the giant ground sloth 12,600 years ago in what is now the Pampas region of Argentina. A new study about the finding dispels previous misconceptions about how long giant ground sloths and humans co-existed before Homo sapiens hunted these creatures to extinction. Humans arrived in South America roughly 14,500 years ago, where they routinely hunted giant ground sloths, mastadons, and giant armadillo relatives called glyptodons. Nearly 12,600 years ago, during the Late Pleistocene era, a group of humans hunted and killed a giant ground sloth in Argentina, then left the animal's bones behind, along with their butchering knife. The giant sloth's bones remained there, at a site called Campo Laborde in the Pampas region, until 2000, when a local … [Read more...] about Humans once hunted and butchered giant ground sloths in South America, 12,600-year-old bones reveal
The Oscars are just around the corner and that can only mean one thing — the hottest red carpet of the year is almost here! The award ceremony has been the site of so many iconic fashion moments, and the stars who have taken home the trophy for best actress never fail to wear the most glamorous dresses imaginable. Take a look back at nearly a century of best actress winners and the gowns they wore for their big night. 2018: Frances McDormand for "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri" Frances McDormand accepted the award for her role in "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri" while wearing a long-sleeve gold and black ombre gown. The outspoken actress used the opportunity to introduce the world to the term "inclusion rider." 2017: Emma Stone for "La La Land" Emma Stone took a cue from flappers with this gold, fringe-covered number in 2017 for her role in "La La Land." 2016: Brie Larson for "Room" Brie Larson took home the gold for her role in "Room" wearing a royal blue … [Read more...] about 90 years of best actress Oscar winners and their gorgeous gowns
Mina Guli is the 48-year-old CEO of Thirst, a non-profit initiative that encourages young people to use water more sustainably. To raise awareness about the global water crisis, Guli embarked on a mission to run 100 marathons around the world in 100 days. By day 62, Guli was saddled with a severe injury, but continued to press on with the campaign. At age 48, Mina Guli embarked on a quest to run 100 marathons in 100 days. As the CEO of Thirst, an international non-profit initiative that encourages young people to use water more sustainably, Guli wanted a dramatic way to raise awareness of the global water crisis. By travelling to countries that had endured dangerous water shortages and running a marathon in each place, Guli hoped to call attention to similarities between water-starved communities like Flint, Michigan, and drought-ridden areas like Cape Town, South Africa. She admits, though, that the challenge verged on insane – and doctors advised against it. Her route … [Read more...] about A 48-year-old CEO set out to run 100 marathons in 100 days. Photos show her heart-wrenching journey around the world.