Met Éireann has upgraded a snow-ice warning for several counties across the country. Accumulations of up to three centimetres are possible in parts while icy conditions are likely on the roads. Sunday's warning, which covers Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire and is in force between 4am and 11.55pm, states: "A spell of heavy snow is possible over some central parts of the United Kingdom during Sunday".
Man arrested, charged for the murder of former National Basketball Association player Lorenzen Wright
His ex-wife, Sherra Robinson, told authorities that he left the home on July 18 with drugs and $110K. Last month, one of the guns police think was used to kill Wright was found in a MS lake. The next day police received a phone call from Wright's cellphone, but it was interrupted by gunfire, according to the D.A. "They said they found the murder weapon".
One company, Bluesmart , said that more than 65,000 of its suitcases have safely traveled the world and that while they recognize the concerns, they have worked to ensure that they "complied with all global regulations defined by [the Department of Transportation] and FAA".
Pc James Dixon, from Thames Valley Police , died after a collision involving his force motorcycle and a auto in Berkshire . PC Dixon, known as "Dixie" to friends, was based at Loddon Valley police station, near Reading. "We know this is a hard time of the year for anyone with Christmas coming but we are hoping to raise some funds to support the family of James Dixon".
However, just 37% of registered voters surveyed say they'll support a Republicans congressional candidate in the midterm elections next year. "What struck me is that Trump supposedly got 81 percent of the white evangelical vote and he now has 72 percent approval, which means that white evangelicals are still tracking roughly what they voted", Henry Olsen, a senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, said after participating in a panel discussion about the newly released survey.
After a controversial review of federal lands, U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke said definitively Tuesday that New Mexico's Rio Grande del Norte and the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks monuments would not be reduced in size. "While I'm heartened to know that the Stonewall dodged the bullet in this round I think it is extremely disturbing and bad this president and his administration is going back and seeking to undo national monument designations", Berman told the Washington Blade.