Shayla Rudolph was charged with abduction in Reynoldsburg, Ohio, on January 19 after live streaming herself on Facebook taping her two-year-old son to a wall on January 1 (video below). "Tape them to the wall". Just days after that post, this woman was live back again, this time telling her telling her audience how she was contacted by family services and is no longer taping the boy to the wall.
Flu season in OH generally lasts from October to May, with flu-associated hospitalizations typically peaking between December and February. Doctors Medical Center hosted a drive-thru flu shot clinic offering free vaccines for any community member over the age of 18.
Fluorouracil is a topical chemotherapy drug used to treat precancerous sun-damaged skin as well as some basal cell skin cancers, according to the American Cancer Society. In separate pet news, this time related to product recalls, J.M. Smucker Company voluntarily recalled several of its cat food products after discovering that they contain potentially low levels of thiamine, also known as Vitamin B1.
Theresa May's speech on Tuesday held bad news for banks waiting to hear whether the United Kingdom will retain its passporting rights, which include the ability to operate in all European countries. Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Chase , told Bloomberg Television on Wednesday that the bank will likely move more people than previously thought. Stuart Gulliver, boss of British banking group HSBC, confirmed the bank is on course to move 1,000 jobs from its London office to France, where it ...
Should he secure the leadership position when elections are held in May, O'Leary would then be running against Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in 2019. "There's two official languages, français et l'anglais, they're different", said the unilingual candidate, who refused to declare his candidacy until after Tuesday's French-language debates were over.
The Morton County Sheriff's Office says 16 people were arrested Monday and Tuesday in confrontations with police near the protesters' main encampment near the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation. "They're intentionally putting themselves in danger", he told reporters Friday. One distraught driver in particular caught Kempenich's attention - his 72-year-old mother-in-law.