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Singer-songwriter and ‘AGT’ alum Cami Bradley is focused on ‘Fun,’ family, friends and Spokane

Many lives changed and some lost a great deal when the novel coronavirus altered everything in March. Cami Bradley was left with a huge void seven months ago when her father, Paul Miller, passed away.

The worship pastor at the family’s church, Life Center, succumbed to a blood clot after being plagued by a variety of illnesses since 2012. Miller, a doting father, discovered his daughter’s musical gift when she was a toddler and did all that he could to cultivate her talent.

“My dad was a musician, so he understood me and encouraged me,” Bradley said while calling from

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Family of unarmed Andover woman killed by deputy after chase sues for wrongful death

The family of an Andover woman shot to death by a Sedgwick County Sheriff’s deputy after she failed to stop over a license plate violation has filed a civil rights lawsuit in connection with her December death.

The lawsuit, filed Tuesday in federal court in Kansas City, Kansas, alleges Deputy Kaleb Dailey used excessive force against Debra Arbuckle in the early morning hours of Dec. 30, 2019, when he rammed into her Volkswagen CC following a 19-minute chase then fired multiple times into her passenger window before she had time to comply with commands to step out of her

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Online family weekend aims for same involvement numbers as Diadeloso

Baylor families won’t be heading back to campus this weekend as Family Weekend moves online. Virtual events include a coffee with President Linda Livingstone, a conversation with Voice of the Bears John Morris, and the After Dark tradition. Lariat File Photo

By Sarah Pinkerton | Staff Writer

Family Weekend has been a tradition at Baylor since 1960, and as it transitions to an online format this year, Student Activities hopes to reach a participation number similar to Diadeloso.

Dakota Farquhar-Caddell, associate director of student activities, and Robert Reid, director of the Baylor Chamber of Commerce, said that there are many

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Gamble 101: The Family Reunion Poker Game

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I was just seven years old when I first discovered poker. I’ve loved it ever since.

My first introduction to the game began rather innocently, at a family reunion hosted by my grandparents. In total we gathered six cousins, three brothers, four sons, four wives, and 15 grandchildren. Excuse the obvious “full house” pun, but needless to say it

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The Family Tradition

Long before the name “Gracie” meant something in North America, it carried a lot of weight in Brazil.

I grew up in a fighting family. The Gracies invented the art of Brazilian jiu-jitsu and really put the sport of mixed martial arts on the map in my country. I didn’t just learn martial arts growing up, I was surrounded by it. It was passed down to me. Every day I trained with my brothers and cousins, figuring different ways to get better.

Growing up, people would want to challenge the family. My brother set up a garage where we would

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Chicken coop keeps Marion family connected | Local News

MARION — When the COVID-19 pandemic temporarily closed Matt Cassell’s office this spring, his wife Amanda found something to keep the family busy at their Marion home.



Chicken coop keeps Marion family connected

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Luke and Lilla Cassell play with their chickens in the family’s chicken coop. 


“She was raised with her grandmother having chickens in Kemper County,” said Cassell, a doctor at Meridian Oncology Associates. “She had been begging for us to get chickens, so when COVID slowed things down a little bit, I finally agreed.”

“Since I was three, I remember going every morning and letting the chickens out,”

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Boston city councilors mull creating a commission to tackle family homelessness

The panel would work to identify gaps in resources for homeless families, conduct a cost analysis of the problem, and generate a thorough plan that would unite city resources in a coordinated effort that would lead to the end of family homelessness.

At a Monday afternoon council hearing conducted via Zoom, Danielle Ferrier, the CEO of Heading Home, a housing and shelter provider, said that both the city and state lack a strategic and systemic approach to preventing and addressing family homelessness. Services, she said, are hard to access and limited, and there are inconsistent data regarding the problem.

“The

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Priya Ahuja Rajda Shares Droolworthy Pictures With Her Munchkin, Ardaas, The Family Twins In Pink

Welcoming a child is one of the most precious moments of a couple’s life. With the baby, the mother also takes birth again. From the sleepless nights to keeping a check on the feeding routine, a new mother has to compromise a lot of things for the sake of her little one. But without any complains, she does everything and with perfection. Every moment spent with her little one is special for her and she makes sure to cherish each one of them. Television actress, Priya Ahuja Rajda, who is famous as ‘Rita reporter’ in the serial, Taarak Mehta Ka

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Birmingham stabbing victim was ‘light of our life’, says family



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Jacob Billington, who was stabbed to death in Birmingham on Sunday, has been described by his family as “the light of our life”.

The 23-year-old died after being attacked in Irving Street in the early hours of Sunday morning.

One of his friends, also 23, was seriously injured and remains in hospital in a critical condition, said West Midlands Police (WMP).

A 27-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder and seven counts of attempted murder, and remains in custody.

In a statement issued through police, Mr Billington’s family said: “Jacob was the light

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Dacia Reveals All-New Sandero Model Family Design, Full Details Coming September 29


Dacia has dropped the first official images of the all-new 2021 Sandero, Sandero Stepway, and Logan models ahead of a full reveal on September 29.

The new third-generation Sandero features an evolutionary exterior design, featuring modern Y-shaped LED daytime running lights and LED taillights with a matching pattern.

Compared to the outgoing model, the 2021 Sandero gets a more sloping windshield, a lower roofline, and wider tracks; Dacia says that despite leaving the ground clearance unchanged, their latest model “feels lower and more grounded”.

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As before, the model family

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Family pays tribute to ‘funny and caring’ victim

The man murdered during a spate of stabbings in Birmingham early on Sunday morning has been named as Jacob Billington.



a person posing for the camera in front of a window: Jacob Billington was out with friends when he was attacked


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Jacob Billington was out with friends when he was attacked

In a statement, his family said: “Jacob was the light of our life and we have been devastated by his loss.

“He was a funny, caring and wonderful person who was loved by every single person he met.

“He lit up every room with his boundless energy and witty humour and the loss of such a special person will be felt by all who knew him for years

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Family of designers kept this $1.1M Grosse Pointe Tudor near original

Judy Rose, Special to the Detroit Free Press
Published 7:00 a.m. ET Aug. 15, 2020 | Updated 8:35 a.m. ET Aug. 15, 2020

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Beautiful 1918 Grosse Pointe house is virtually original, not counting colors.

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This is a Grosse Pointe grande dame of a house, a handsome Tudor built in 1918 for the widow of a banker, owned since 1962 by the same family, two generations of interior designers.

It stands as a 102-year-old paradox — on the one hand ablaze with strong, saturated colors like cerulean blue, lilac, one bedroom that’s black, one Pepto-Bismol pink. They are the

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Family upset after bullets hit their home from a quarter mile away | News

JOHNSON COUNTY, KS (KCTV) — Residents in certain areas of Johnson County are up in arms because of people firing off guns near homes.

On Thursday, KCTV5’s Greg Payne looked into the complications that have made enforcing such situations tough for law enforcement.

“So, here is where the bullet entered through our exterior wall,” said Matthew Keys.

It’s a constant reminder for him of May 31.

“I was working in my garage and I heard glass shatter,” he recalled.

Keys said that, for hours, a group of college students on their own family property nearby were shooting off firearms.

“Went

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Gun-toting St. Louis couple’s dark vision if Trump loses: ‘Your family will not be safe’

A white St. Louis couple criminally charged for waving guns during a Black Lives Matter protest outside their home says Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden would invite unchecked lawlessness into American suburbs.

Mark and Patty McCloskey on Monday at the Republican National Convention reinforced the theme outlined in President Donald Trump’s campaign ads. The Republican is painting his opponent as complicit with rioting and violence that has taken place in some cities in recent months

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Man who lost home to Hurricane Laura discovers special family recipes that survived

Dale Anderson said he couldn’t find the strength to dig through his family’s belongings that survived Hurricane Laura.The storm flipped his mobile home in Lake Charles and destroyed most of the contents. “We don’t know what to do,” he told KTRK. “I mean, we don’t have a place. We have jobs, we just don’t have a place to live.” In the midst of the destruction, Anderson was able to find a few meaningful items: two of his wife’s family recipes. “Those were her mother’s,” Anderson said.Anderson isn’t sure if there’s anything left of his family’s home to salvage. “Everything is … Read More

Family endures emotional roller coaster that is COVID-19 | News

In late July, three sisters huddled together outside a hospital room. They weren’t allowed in the room even as their mother was losing her battle against COVID-19.

The three sisters, Melody, Valerie and Kimberly, stood together and sang to their mother Charlene Hausler: “What a day that will be, when my Jesus Lord I see. When I look upon his face, the one who saved me by his grace.”

Music was a bonding force in the family, Melody Phillips recalled. Hausler, 74, had grown up in a musical family, the daughter of two pastors. But even more than music, the

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Dowager Countess of Cirencester Park asked her interior designer to sell the family chattels

Just over a month ago, the London branch of the auction house Christie’s hosted a sale of some of the effects of a deceased Dowager Countess.

The artefacts listed in the catalogue included several Old Masters, items of furniture and various pieces of jewellery.

So far, so unremarkable. But the Countess in question was Gloria Bathurst and when her stepson, the current Lord Bathurst — the 9th Earl — heard about the sale, he was furious.

Old Harrovian Allen Bathurst, 59, branded Gloria — who was his father Henry’s second wife — ‘callous’ and spoke angrily of family treasures being

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Family, friends await newborn baby from COVID-19 friendly outdoor lobby

BELOIT, Wis. (WIFR) – New parents, Devin Huffman and T.J. Huffman welcomed their first child, Wren Lee Huffman on Thursday in Beloit.

Wren was born at 3:39 p.m. on August 19 at the Packard Family Care Center. Proud new Mom, Devin, is a teacher at Hackett Elementary School, and Dad, T.J., is a City of Beloit Firefighter. T.J.‘s two sisters work for BHS as both a CT Tech and RN in the Family Care Center.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and ongoing visitor restrictions, the Huffman’s family and friends created a way to set up an outdoor waiting room on

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The Royle Family cast members who shot to fame after the hit BBC show

The Royle Family is easily one of the most popular and best loved shows to ever grave our TV screens.

The show has been making families laugh, cry and nod along at just how accurate some of the depictions of family life really are.

Ever since it first aired in 1998, fans of the show have fallen in love with the characters and it hold a special place in many people’s hearts.

Created by Caroline Aherne and Craig Cash, the genius of the show was in its simplicity and ability to capture normal family life so perfectly.

Sadly, Caroline died

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42 year old man commits suicide over failure to provide for his family: The Standard


A 42-year-old man in Trans-Nzoia committed suicide over the weekend after being deserted by his wife over his failure to provide for the family.
Francis Wachira hanged himself at a rental room at Mitume location after his wife abandoned him for failing to meet the basic for the family. The father of two was a fruit vendor in Kitale.
Neighbours found Wachira’s body dangling from the roof of the room he was living at Mitume estate in Kitale.

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Before he ended his life, the deceased had hinted to his friend that

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