This is what a coy Jack Butland had to say on his future amid Wolves interest 

Birmingham Mail
The goalkeeper has been linked with Wolves this summer - and his movements will also interest BCFC... read more
 
25. toukokuuta 2018 21:37:58 Categories: Birmingham Mail

People urged to fight plans for 300 homes on Southport farmland 

Liverpool Echo
Hundreds of people have signed petition opposing the development... read more
 
25. toukokuuta 2018 21:37:36 Categories: Liverpool Echo

Southport's Lord Street to undergo repairs less than a year after resurfacing 

Liverpool Echo
The essential work will take five days to complete... read more
 
25. toukokuuta 2018 21:34:31 Categories: Liverpool Echo

Noblesville, Indiana, school shooting is at least the 21st of 2018 

USA TODAY
The school shooting in Noblesville, Indiana, was at least the 21st incident of 2018 in which someone was injured with a firearm on the campus of an American school.... read more
 
25. toukokuuta 2018 21:31:58 Categories: USA TODAY

The one supplement you should take every day, according to a neuroscientist 

Well+Good
It's credited with reducing stress, boosting your brain, and enhancing creativity.... read more
 
25. toukokuuta 2018 21:30:10 Categories: Well+Good

Bankers might have moved $13B through Baltic Laundromat 

Bloomberg
Banks operating in the Baltic nation of Estonia may have laundered considerably larger sums than first thought.... read more
 
25. toukokuuta 2018 21:30:00 Categories: Bloomberg

Seized fentanyl enough to kill 26M people, Nebraska police say 

FOX News
Nebraska authorities seized 118 pounds of fentanyl - a highly addictive opiate - during a routine truck stop last month. Nebraska State Patrol said Thursday that the seizure was the largest in the state's history, and "one of the largest ever in the U.S."... read more
 
25. toukokuuta 2018 21:30:00 Categories: FOX News

Easy tips to swap oily skin for dewy radiance 

Cover Media
Those with oily skin are often advised to opt for mattifying moisturisers, primers and foundations in order to combat unflattering shine. ... read more
 
25. toukokuuta 2018 21:30:00 Categories: Cover Media

This Wirral hotel is in the running for the nation's best afternoon tea 

Liverpool Echo
It is up against some big London competition hoping to be crowned champion... read more
 
25. toukokuuta 2018 21:29:08 Categories: Liverpool Echo

Fasting diet might actually cause diabetes, study shows 

Newshub
Researchers are saying not so fast to the 'Fast Diet'.... read more
 
25. toukokuuta 2018 21:29:00 Categories: Newshub

Massive new gig venue and bar opening from team behind The Jacaranda and Heebie Jeebies 

Liverpool Echo
The brand new venue is from the team behind The Jacaranda, Heebie Jeebies and EBGBS... read more
 
25. toukokuuta 2018 21:26:14 Categories: Liverpool Echo

Nail-biting moment police rescue two toddlers from a second-storey ledge after their 'hallucinating' mother dragged them up there 

Evening Standard
This is the moment two toddlers were rescued from a second-storey ledge after their "hallucinating" mother had dragged them out there. Several people called 911 on Saturday to report that a woman and two children, a one-year-old boy and three-year-old girl, were perched on a narrow ledge 15 to 20 feet above the ground in Delray Beach, Florida. Body cam footage released by Delray Beach Police Department showed the woman - who neighbours claimed was high on the hallucinogenic drug Molly - refusing to listen to officers as they attempted to bring her and the children back to safety. According to a statement released by police, they arrived at the townhouse just after 4pm (local time) on May 19 to find the woman "acting erratically" on the ledge over the garage. Body cam footage showed the woman perched on the ledge with two children Officer Rob Addea positioned himself under the window, ready to catch a child or the woman if necessary, while pleading with her to get the children off the narrow, rain-soaked ledge. In the footage he is heard saying: "Just get the kids back inside. Please. Please. That's all we want you to do." At the same time, two officers went in through the front door, up to the second floor, through a bedroom and out the window onto the ledge. Worried that the children would fall or be pushed, one officer, sergeant Mike Debree, got hold of each child's arm. Neighbours claimed the woman was on drugs Another tried to reason with the "agitated and seemingly paranoid" young woman, police said. Meanwhile other officers were able to open the window of the house next door, and Sgt Debree walked the frightened children several feet along the ledge and handed them through the window to the waiting officers. The woman was then lifted through a window to safety. She was committed to a mental health facility under Florida's Baker Act, police said. Read more Moment university officers tackle 9ft aligator that wandered onto camp Florida's Department of Children and Families is conducting an investigation and has taken custody of the children. The woman may face criminal charges once released. Delray Beach Police Department wrote in a statement posted on Facebook: "DBPD officers stepped into a precarious situation after multiple people called 911 to report that a woman and two children were on a roof. "Officers arrived just after 4pm Saturday, May 19 and quickly became aware of the frightening scenario they faced. "A 23-year-old woman, acting erratically and refusing to listen to officers' commands, was perched on a narrow ledge over the garage of a townhouse about 15-20-feet above the ground. A 1-year-old boy and 3-year-old girl stood with her. "She was committed to a mental health facility under Florida's Baker Act. "She may face criminal charges once released. Florida's Department of Children and Families is conducting an investigation and has taken custody of the children."... read more
 
25. toukokuuta 2018 21:25:00 Categories: Evening Standard

Protesters against concrete sleeper factory set date for blockade 

Birmingham Mail
Dozens of residents from nearby homes could join protesters in trying to prevent lorries getting onto the site.... read more
 
25. toukokuuta 2018 21:20:48 Categories: Birmingham Mail

President gives update on first lady's health after kidney procedure 

The Hill
<p>First lady Melania Trump is "doing great," according to President Trump on Friday.</p>... read more
 
25. toukokuuta 2018 21:19:00 Categories: The Hill

Probe into how sacked JLR agency staff 'had private data leaked' 

Birmingham Mail
It is understood that the staff affected are employed by DHL working on a logistics contract for the car giant... read more
 
25. toukokuuta 2018 21:15:58 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Wolves interested in signing midfielder who almost moved to West Brom last summer - reports 

Birmingham Mail
The Baggies came close to snaring this playmaker - but now WWFC could move for him this window... read more
 
25. toukokuuta 2018 21:06:18 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Could the Dodge Viper make a comeback in 2021? 

motor1
Rumor has it the beloved sports car won't be gone for long.... read more
 
25. toukokuuta 2018 21:04:44 Categories: motor1

Manchester United midfielder Dion McGhee signs new contract 

Manchester Evening News
Man Utd have tied one of their highest-rated academy prospects down to a permanent deal.... read more
 
25. toukokuuta 2018 21:01:32 Categories: Manchester Evening News

An entire block of student flats destroyed because someone had a barbecue on the roof 

Manchester Evening News
Fire crews said it was lucky nobody was killed... read more
 
25. toukokuuta 2018 21:01:30 Categories: Manchester Evening News

How did one guy rack up $1 million in student loans? 

The Wall Street Journal.
Due to escalating tuition and easy credit, the U.S. has 101 people who owe at least $1 million in federal student loans. Five years ago, 14 people owed that much. More could soon be joining the group.... read more
 
25. toukokuuta 2018 21:00:00 Categories: The Wall Street Journal.
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