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'I shouldn't have worn the green shirt': Mom finds out that schools use greenscreens for class photos after it's too late
Laurel Boone Hutsell recommended that her son Carter wear a green shirt, so that it would really pop against any gray or taupe background the school would be using.
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Drunk man takes a taxi to his parents' house, falls asleep on the couch only to realize his parents don't live there anymore
The man took off his shoes at the door, got himself a drink, and fell asleep in a stranger's home.
Mollie Tibbetts: Suspect Identified and Charged with Murder
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The model attended the country crooner's concert over the weekend.
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Across the country, in towns big and small, people are still filing into popular chain sandwich stores to buy subs. According to foodservice research company Technomic's 2017 chain restaurant study, reported on by Restaurant Business magazine, sandwich sales increased 2.9% over the previous year. But with hundreds of chains to choose from, how is anyone expected to find the best one? We put four chains to the test to see which one you should buy. The four sub restaurants we picked all made the top 10 in the sandwich category of the 2017 chain restaurant report. They are: Subway Jimmy John's Jersey Mike's Potbelly Here's how they stacked up.
U.S. The Independent
Police have charged a man with murder after they discovered what is believed to be the body of a missing college student. Cristhian Behena Rivera would face a mandatory life sentence if convicted of killing 20-year-old Mollie Tibbetts, who had been missing for more than a month in the US state of Iowa. Investigators announced Mr Rivera had been charged at a press conference hours after they found what is thought to be the University of Iowa student’s body in a field covered in corn stalks.
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Iowa is known for its wide open spaces, but that doesn’t mean you can drive your Ferrari wide open through them. The Iowa State Patrol posted a photo to Facebook on Monday of a white Ferrari 488 Spider that was pulled over doing 137 mph near Mason City. But the driver had an excuse! Just not a good one. She told the officer that she thought she was going 100 mph. “Not a great idea to drive this fast in the rain,” the patrol wrote. The 488 Spider has a 660 hp twin-turbocharged V8 and a top speed of 202 mph. The exact stretch of road the violation occured on was not revealed, but at Iowa’s highest highway limit of 70 mph, the driver’s fine for the indicated speed would be $335. At least she had