WSB-TV is your home for everything Total Solar Eclipse . Pack lots of water and wear light clothes wherever you plan to view the celestial phenomenon. the skies will be completely sunny once more. Where will clouds spoil your view? Of the cities in the Upstate that are in the path of totality, Greenville has a 34 percent chance of cloud cover, while Anderson has a 36 percent chance.
The Americans are 10-5 in the biennial tournament after their biggest win since a 17-11 triumph in 1996 in Wales. Cristie Kerr set a record for career points by an American with 20, teaming with Lexi Thompson to win both of her matches. That is when we can expect Europe to be led by a Scot on home soil. She drained a 40-footer for birdie at the 13th that cut the U.S. lead in their match to one up and her birdie at the 14th squared the match.
He also said it was not the first time a country has granted immunity to Mugabe, as precedent had been set by China, Singapore and Malaysia in the past. The alleged beatdown left Engels with a nasty gash on her forehead that required 14 stitches. The police statement said Harare had sought diplomatic immunity for Mugabe - which if granted would exempt her from prosecution - but said she would be "processed through the legal system".
Nearly an hour later, the same vehicle crashed into a second bus shelter in the Valentine arrondissement, killing one person. A 35-year-old driver was arrested at the scene, Reuters reported. The police haven't declared the incident as a terror attack. The paper did not name its sources and the police official could not confirm the report.
The 13.7 tonne Great Bell has sounded on the hour for 157 years, but last fell silent in August 2007 for a month. It will be the longest period that Big Ben , whose bongs are familiar to many people around the world due to their use in BBC radio and television broadcasts, has been silent in its 157-year history.
SUPO confirmed to Yle that it had received the information but said it had no concrete reference to violence. All of the victims were women, including the dead, except for two men who tried to fend off the attacker. The two people who died were both Finnish women, born in 1951 and 1986. The attack saw the centre of Turku cordoned off and increased security at Finland's airports and train stations.