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park wins founders cup, 54-year-old davies ties for 2nd


phoenix — inbee park spoiled laura davies' bid to become the oldest winner in lpga tour history, pulling away from the 54-year-old englishwoman on sunday in the founders cuppark closed with a 5-under 67 in cool and breezy conditions at desert ridge for her 19th lpga tour victory and first in a little over a year. the 29-year-old south korean star finished at 19-under 269, a day after revealing she was 50-50 about retiring before returning from a long break.davies, three strokes behind park entering the round after the world golf hall of famers shot matching 63s on saturday, bogeyed the last for a 69 to finish five strokes back in a tie for second with ariya jutanugarn and marina alex.davies missed a chance to shatter the lpga tour's age record set by beth daniel in the 2003 canadian women'






54-year-old laura davies shoots 9-under 63 in founders cup


phoenix — laura davies took a satisfying look at the scoreboard next to the 18th green. at 54 years old, and nearly 17 years since her last lpga tour victory, the hall of famer topped the founders cup leaderboard halfway through the third round."i said to my caddie, 'jeez, i haven't been on top of the leaderboard for a long time,'" davies said. "that's nice, obviously. you got to stay there. that's the biggest challenge."the englishwoman shot a 9-under 63 on saturday at desert ridge, her best score on the tour since another 63 in the third round of the 2005 wendy's championship for children. she has shot 62 twice.davies ended up tied for fourth, three strokes behind fellow hall of famer inbee park with a round left."if you've had one good round it's hard to back it up, but i'll certainly h






54-year-old laura davies shoots 9-under 63 in founders cup


phoenix — laura davies took a satisfying look at the scoreboard next to the 18th green. at 54 years old, and nearly 17 years since her last lpga tour victory, the hall of famer had a share of the lead halfway through the third round of the founders cup."i said to my caddie, 'jeez, i haven't been on top of the leaderboard for a long time,'" davies said. "that's nice, obviously. you got to stay there. that's the biggest challenge."the englishwoman shot a 9-under 63 on saturday at desert ridge, her best score on the tour since another 63 in the third round of the 2005 wendy's championship for children. she has shot 62 twice."if you've had one good round it's hard to back it up, but i'll certainly have a crack at it," davies said. "at least i've given myself a chance now."davies birdied five o






park leads founders cup; 54-year-old davies in contention


phoenix — inbee park felt as if she was in 2013 on the front nine saturday at the founders cup. laura davies brought back memories of her dominant desert run more than 20 years ago.the hall of famers shot matching 9-under 63s in sunny and breezy conditions at desert ridge. park reached 14 under to take a one-stroke lead over mariajo uribe into the final round. the 54-year-old davies was tied for fourth at 11 under in the event honoring the 13 women who founded the lpga tour in 1950.park played the first five holes in 6 under , holing out from 90 yards for eagle on the par-4 third. she birdied the par-4 ninth for a front-nine 31, made another birdie on the par-5 11th and capped the bogey-free round with an 18-foot birdie putt on the par-4 18th."the front nine, everything felt great," park s






brewers' davies works on off-speed stuff against padres


peoria, ariz. — zach davies enjoyed all those grounders. it looks as if his work is paying off.the right-hander got five ground-ball outs while pitching 2 2/3 innings in milwaukee's 8-2 exhibition win over san diego on thursday."i'm happy about that," davies said. "last year i got less ground balls than before, but that's a little bit of a focus now. i'm trying to stay low in the zone, stay on my sinker and get more ground balls."three of the four hits off davies were ground balls, with two staying in the infield. the other hit was on his 47th and final pitch, a wil myers home run."a 3-1 pitch i left up in the zone," davies said. "i dug myself into a hole and at that point you've got to try to be over the plate. i left the ball up and that's what a player like myers can do with it."davies






review: davies relays his 'americana' experience in song


ray davies, "americana" (legacy recordings)think of "americana," the first release of new material from former kinks frontman ray davies in nine years, as a musical memoir of sorts. it's a welcome return for one of rock's signature voices and it finds davies in a reflective and introspective mood.cowboys. coca cola. highways. new york. silent movies. the kinks.they all get referenced over 15 tracks, as davies sings about his life working and living in america over the past 50 years. davies finds the perfect backing band in the jayhawks to tell his stories both in song and spoken readings from his 2013 memoir.but it's more than just a nostalgic travelogue.davies, who penned some of rock's most well-known songs including "lola" and "you really got me," is also one of the best — and perhaps m






davies dominates dodgers for 7 innings; brewers win 3-0


los angeles — there was a time when, much like his team, many may have wondered if right-hander zach davies would really get it together.now, both davies and his milwaukee brewers are starting to roll at the most important time of the season.that was never clearer than saturday night when davies pitched seven dominant innings for his second scoreless start against the los angeles dodgers this year in milwaukee's 3-0 victory.orlando arcia hit a two-run homer and davies (15-7) held the dodgers to three hits. he struck out seven without a walk."that's a big-time performance," brewers manager craig counsell said. "it's certainly a game we needed, and to come out against a team of this caliber and do that, and go through their lineup, really impressive."the dodgers easily have baseball's best r






transgender world war two veteran patricia davies 'lived a lie'


image copyrightcatersimage caption patricia davies served in the army at the end of world war two a 90-year-old world war two veteran who has come out as transgender said she has always known she was in the "wrong body".patricia davies, from sapcote, leicestershire, who served in the army between april 1945 and 1948, said she was "living a lie" as a man.ms davies said she knew she was transgender aged three and secretly came out to her late wife in 1987."they didn't realise it was something that you could not cure," she said. coming out to neighbours felt like a weight being lifted, she added.updates on this story and more from leicestershirems davies said: "the atmosphere [around being transgender] was not safe."even the medical profession didn't understand it as the treatment was to give






transgender world war two veteran patricia davies 'lived a lie'


image copyrightcatersimage caption patricia davies served in the army at the end of world war two a 90-year-old world war two veteran who has come out as transgender said she has always known she was in the "wrong body".patricia davies, from sapcote, leicestershire, who served in the army between april 1945 and 1948, said she was "living a lie" as a man.ms davies said she knew she was transgender aged three and secretly came out to her late wife in 1987."they didn't realise it was something that you could not cure," she said. coming out to neighbours felt like a weight being lifted, she added.updates on this story and more from leicestershirems davies said: "the atmosphere [around being transgender] was not safe."even the medical profession didn't understand it as the treatment was to give






park ridge police believe shooting accidental, robbery not involved


park ridge civic orchestra founders to be honored in concertdorothy andriesthe park ridge civic orchestra is playing a program packed with that is not only beautiful but significant. each piece planned for the feb. 8 founders' memorial concert had special meaning to orchestra co-founders edgar muenzer and his wife nancy muenzer, who died less than a month apart...the park ridge civic orchestra is playing a program packed with that is not only beautiful but significant. each piece planned for the feb. 8 founders' memorial concert had special meaning to orchestra co-founders edgar muenzer and his wife nancy muenzer, who died less than a month apart... (dorothy andries)






park ridge police: man says he was s while riding in car


park ridge civic orchestra founders to be honored in concertdorothy andriesthe park ridge civic orchestra is playing a program packed with that is not only beautiful but significant. each piece planned for the feb. 8 founders' memorial concert had special meaning to orchestra co-founders edgar muenzer and his wife nancy muenzer, who died less than a month apart...the park ridge civic orchestra is playing a program packed with that is not only beautiful but significant. each piece planned for the feb. 8 founders' memorial concert had special meaning to orchestra co-founders edgar muenzer and his wife nancy muenzer, who died less than a month apart... (dorothy andries)






general election 2017: women's equality party leader to challenge mp philip davi


image caption the women's equality party leader says many women are being shut out of the political debate the leader of the women's equality party, sophie walker, is to stand against tory mp and male rights advocate philip davies in the election.if elected in the west yorkshire seat of shipley, she said she would be a "voice for all women" in westminster.she said mr davies had a "track record of misogyny", including trying to block laws on domestic violence.mr davies said he welcomed his rival "parachuting herself" into the seat with a "politically correct agenda".mr davies, who won the shipley seat with a majority of more than 9,624 at the last election, is an outspoken critic of political correctness and what he has described as "zealous" feminism.the mp, who has warned that men's voice






general election 2017: women's equality party leader to challenge mp philip davi


image caption the women's equality party leader says many women are being shut out of the political debate the leader of the women's equality party, sophie walker, is to stand against tory mp and male rights advocate philip davies in the election.if elected in the west yorkshire seat of shipley, she said she would be a "voice for all women" in westminster.she said mr davies had a "track record of misogyny", including trying to block laws on domestic violence.mr davies said he welcomed his rival "parachuting herself" into the seat with a "politically correct agenda".mr davies, who won the shipley seat with a majority of more than 9,624 at the last election, is an outspoken critic of political correctness and what he has described as "zealous" feminism.the mp, who has warned that men's voice






general election 2017: women's equality party leader to challenge mp philip davi


image caption the women's equality party leader says many women are being shut out of the political debate the leader of the women's equality party, sophie walker, is to stand against tory mp and male rights advocate philip davies in the election.if elected in the west yorkshire seat of shipley, she said she would be a "voice for all women" in westminster.she said mr davies had a "track record of misogyny", including trying to block laws on domestic violence.mr davies said he welcomed his rival "parachuting herself" into the seat with a "politically correct agenda".mr davies, who won the shipley seat with a majority of more than 9,624 at the last election, is an outspoken critic of political correctness and what he has described as "zealous" feminism.the mp, who has warned that men's voice






general election 2017: women's equality party leader to challenge mp philip davi


image caption the women's equality party leader says many women are being shut out of the political debate the leader of the women's equality party, sophie walker, is to stand against tory mp and male rights advocate philip davies in the election.if elected in the west yorkshire seat of shipley, she said she would be a "voice for all women" in westminster.she said mr davies had a "track record of misogyny", including trying to block laws on domestic violence.mr davies said he welcomed his rival "parachuting herself" into the seat with a "politically correct agenda".mr davies, who won the shipley seat with a majority of more than 9,624 at the last election, is an outspoken critic of political correctness and what he has described as "zealous" feminism.the mp, who has warned that men's voice






driver on phone at wheel of holiday coach


here is footage of a coach driver using his mobile phone while driving passengers through belgium.sean davies of colwyn bay used a phone to check his route during a 10-day trip to croatia in the summer of 2017 and has admitted to the traffic commissioner he was "silly".he told the hearing in welshpool it was after a confrontation with a passenger who refused to sit down. that passenger then filmed him using his phone."i don't deny what i've done is silly and it's regrettable," said mr davies.the hearing was told there had been no criminal prosecution against mr davies because the incident happened outside the uk.






davies sharp, thames homers, brewers beat dodgers 3-0


milwaukee — zach davies pitched three-hit ball into the seventh inning, eric thames hit his 15th homer and the milwaukee brewers averted a three-game series sweep by beating the los angeles dodgers 3-0 on sunday.davies (6-3) struck out six and allowed a walk in six-plus innings, effectively mixing a curveball, changeup and a fastball that hovered around 90 mph.he retired 13 in a row from the first until yasmani grandal reached on a one-out infield single up the middle in the fifth, the dodgers' first hit.los angeles didn't get a runner to second until adrian gonzalez and cody bellinger opened the seventh with singles that chased davies. grandal bounced into a double play against oliver drake, and austin barnes flied out off hernan perez.corey knebel struck out the side around a walk for hi






with all-star win, al can pull into series tie with nl


miami (ap) — the american league can pull even in tuesday’s all-star game.if the al wins the game at marlins park, it would be the fifth straight time it has topped the national league in the midsummer classic.a win also would knot the all-time series: going into tuesday, the nl leads the series 43-42, with two ties.the all-time all-star series has been even only once before. the al won the first three meetings, and it took until 1964 before the nl caught up — the teams were then 17-17-1 against one another.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.that was during an eight-year run of nl wins, from 1963 through 1970.over the last two decades, though, the al has had a mighty upper hand, going 16-3-1 in the last 20 games entering tuesday.






boy band rak-su beat grace davies to win x factor 2017


image copyrightgetty imagesrak-su have been named the winners of the x factor 2017.the watford-based group beat grace davies in the final of the itv singing competition - the first boy band to win the show since it started in 2004.rak-su thanked viewers for voting for them and their families, while mentor simon cowell hailed them as "stars".proceeds from rak-su's new single dimelo will go to children's hospice charities together for short lives and shooting star chase.the track, a duet with wyclef jean and naughty boy, was first performed during saturday's show. image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption simon cowell described runner up davies as "outstanding" x factor judge cowell also praised runner-up grace davies, describing her as "really an outstanding, outstanding artist".the finalist






boy band rak-su beat grace davies to win x factor 2017


image copyrightgetty imagesrak-su have been named the winners of the x factor 2017.the watford-based group beat grace davies in the final of the itv singing competition - the first boy band to win the show since it started in 2004.rak-su thanked viewers for voting for them and their families, while mentor simon cowell hailed them as "stars".proceeds from rak-su's new single dimelo will go to children's hospice charities together for short lives and shooting star chase.the track, a duet with wyclef jean and naughty boy, was first performed during saturday's show. image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption simon cowell described runner up davies as "outstanding" x factor judge cowell also praised runner-up grace davies, describing her as "really an outstanding, outstanding artist".the finalist






veteran laura davies leads vic open after 1st round


barwon heads, australia — english veteran laura davies used a new putting grip and took a ntage of calm morning conditions to shoot an 8-under 65 and take a two-stroke lead in the vic open, the ladies european tour's season-opening tournament.five players were tied for second with 67s — melissa reid and holly clyburn of england, who are sharing a house with davies this week, sandra gal of germany, nicole broch of denmark and whitney hillier of australia.davies, winner of 84 tournaments worldwide, played her opening round on the easier creek course at the thirteenth beach golf links, equaling the course record. the women's tournament is being held in conjunction with a men's australian pga tour event, teeing off in alternate groups.the beach course, which is also being used for the first tw






statistically speaking - startribune.com


statistically speakingbarring a late-season collapse, the 2017 twins figure to become the most improved team in franchise history:largest single-season improvement, twins history23 wins — 1965 (from 79 to 102)21 wins — 1991 (from 74 to 95)21 wins — 1962 (from 70 to 91)18 wins — 1969 (from 79 to 97)18 wins* — 2017 (from 59 to 77)*-15 games remain in season, entering saturdaystill, the twins won't approach the modern record for one-year improvement:largest single-season improvement (with 162-game schedule)35 wins — 1999 diamondbacks (from 65 to 100)33 wins — 1989 orioles (from 54 to 87)31 wins — 2008 rays (from 66 to 97)31 wins — 1993 giants (from 72 to 103)29 wins — 2011 diamondbacks (from 65 to 94)29 wins — 2004 tigers (from 43 to 72)29 wins — 1991 braves (from 65 to 94)29 wins — 1980 athl






boy band rak-su beat grace davies to win x factor 2017


image copyrightgetty imagesrak-su have been named the winners of the x factor 2017.the watford-based group beat grace davies in the final of the itv singing competition - the first boy band to win the show since it started in 2004.rak-su thanked viewers for voting for them and their families, while mentor simon cowell hailed them as "stars".proceeds from rak-su's new single dimelo will go to children's hospice charities together for short lives and shooting star chase.media playback is unsupported on your devicemedia captiondermot o'leary announced the winner of the 2017 x factor finalthe track, a duet with wyclef jean and naughty boy, was first performed during saturday's show. image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption simon cowell described runner up davies as "outstanding" x factor judge






man charged in theft of insulin pump from 12-year-old alberta boy while youngste


calgary — police have charged a 51-year-old man in connection with the theft of a life-saving insulin pump from a hockey arena in airdrie, alta.earlier this month, the rcmp reported that a male suspect entered the ron ebbersen arena in airdrie, which is north of calgary, and stole an expensive insulin pump from a change room while its 12-year-old owner was playing hockey.josh davies didn’t realize the pump was missing from his medical bag until he returned home from practice that evening.“i was sick to my stomach,” josh’s mother, rosalind davies, said. “some guy just takes it upon himself to steal from a child?”davies said the pump controls an insulin-filled pod that josh wears on his body at all times. davies was worried the thief might accidentally trigger a lethal dose of insulin if the






northern: bailiffs pursued rail firm over passenger compensation


image caption phil davies complained about how northern dealt with passengers on his journey and later took them to court after they failed to reply a train passenger's lengthy fight for compensation from a rail company got to the stage where bailiffs were "pursuing them at their registered office".phil davies was on a leeds to barnsley service which "abandoned" him and 40 other passengers in wakefield due to a signal failure.he claimed for compensation and won a legal case, but said he was left waiting for about £300 from northern. northern apologised and said the "matter had been resolved". on an evening train on 10 june, mr davies was travelling to his home in barnsley when the line suffered signal problems. the passenger said they were left on the platform of wakefield westgate with no






northern: bailiffs pursued rail firm over passenger compensation


image caption phil davies complained about how northern dealt with passengers on his journey and later took them to court after they failed to reply a train passenger's lengthy fight for compensation from a rail company got to the stage where bailiffs were "pursuing them at their registered office".phil davies was on a leeds to barnsley service which "abandoned" him and 40 other passengers in wakefield due to a signal failure.he claimed for compensation and won a legal case, but said he was left waiting for about £300 from northern. northern apologised and said the "matter had been resolved". on an evening train on 10 june, mr davies was travelling to his home in barnsley when the line suffered signal problems. the passenger said they were left on the platform of wakefield westgate with no






just-sentenced convict headbutted by prisoner in courtroom


dover, n.h. (ap) — new hampshire authorities say minutes after a man was sentenced to prison for sexually assaulting a 4-year-old girl, he was attacked in the courtroom by another prisoner.wmur-tv reports christopher elwell was sentenced in dover on thursday to 7 ½ years to 15 years in prison and has to register as a sex offender. as he sat down after his sentencing, josiah davies headbutted him multiple times. the station caught what happened on video; elwell did not appear to be injured.authorities say davies was shackled and was awaiting arraignment and a hearing on a probation violation.the strafford county attorney’s office said the two didn’t know each other and that it must have been something about elwell’s case that set davies off.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for






federal appeals court sidesteps major marijuana ruling


san francisco (ap) — a federal appeals court has sidestepped making a ruling on whether u.s. prison officials can hold people who were convicted of marijuana offences that were legal under state medical marijuana laws.in a decision wednesday, the 9th u.s. circuit court of appeals focused instead on a narrower issue.the court was considering a legal challenge by prisoner matthew davies, who was convicted of federal marijuana charges. davies said he ran medical marijuana dispensaries that complied with california law.he argued that the bureau of prisons could not hold him because of a federal regulation that restricted interference by u.s. officials in the implementation of state medical marijuana laws.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.the 9th circuit avoided the issu






bighorn river spring runoff predicted to exceed records


billings, mont. (ap) — a february forecast says spring runoff into the bighorn river basin is set to surpass the record-breaking level seen last year.the billings gazette reported monday that the forecast predicts the basin will see 77 billion cubic feet (2.2 billion cubic meters) of inflow between april and july, slightly over the last year’s flow of 72 billion cubic feet (2 billion cubic meters).montana area manager steve davies says the average is about 52 billion cubic feet (1.5 billion cubic meters).according to davies, the snowpack in the bighorn basin is looking similar to amounts seen last year.most read storiessale! save up to 90% on subscriptions!mahonri williams with the u.s. bureau of reclamation says there is still time for more snowpack to accumulate.davies says next month’s






boscastle ankle break woman rescued by webcam 200 miles away


image caption frankie davies: "i was in a lot of pain, so just laid there getting my breath, unable to move hoping things would improve" a woman who fell and broke her ankle in a remote cornish village was rescued because a man, sat 200 miles away in worcester, saw her on a live webcam.frankie davies had gone to boscastle to do some shopping when she fell "in a heap" on the street and had no mobile signal to call for help.she said by "incredible luck" a man watching the webcam saw her and phoned his mother who lives in boscastle. she then helped mrs davies who was treated in hospital.more on the rescue story, plus more devon and cornwall newsimage copyrightriverside hotelimage caption the webcam is popular with people overseas who have friends and relations in boscastle mrs davies, from st






boscastle ankle break woman rescued by webcam 200 miles away


image caption frankie davies: "i was in a lot of pain, so just laid there getting my breath, unable to move hoping things would improve" a woman who fell and broke her ankle in a remote cornish village was rescued because a man, sat 200 miles away in worcester, saw her on a live webcam.frankie davies had gone to boscastle to do some shopping when she fell "in a heap" on the street and had no mobile signal to call for help.she said by "incredible luck" a man watching the webcam saw her and phoned his mother who lives in boscastle. she then helped mrs davies who was treated in hospital.more on the rescue story, plus more devon and cornwall newsimage copyrightriverside hotelimage caption the webcam is popular with people overseas who have friends and relations in boscastle mrs davies, from st






wwii-era vessel gets some tlc from pennsylvania farmers


bolivar, pa. (ap) — rus davies and greg clark have never served in the military, but each has taken a turn piloting a 3,000-ton retired navy landing vessel.for the past two years, the friends, who own fairfield township farms, have spent several weeks living and working with other volunteers on a restored world war ii-era lst — short for landing ship, tank, signifying that it could carry 20 sherman tanks and up to 400 troops.“it was a great experience,” clark said. “it gives you an idea of what it was like to be in the service.”davies wanted to experience some of the conditions his father, robert, endured while serving as a fireman on the uss bassett, a high-speed navy transport that rescued some survivors of the torpedoed uss indianapolis in the pacific theater of world war ii.most read s






witty and bleak, director terence davies on his work and the emily dickinson fil


it verges on cliche to say the british director terence davies has been the great unheralded director of auteur cinema.at least, he wouldn’t want you to say it.but whether with his fictionalized autobiographies “distant voices, still lives” and “the long day closes,” his edith wharton adaptation “the house of mirth” or his melancholy gem “of time and the city” (a nostalgic documentary about davies’ nonetheless difficult childhood in liverpool), the self-deprecating brit has proved to be one of film’s most surprising and original serious directors.davies, after all, was taking on taboos of religion (he had a strict catholic upbringing) and gay sexuality long before they were broken.his latest film, the emily dickinson biopic “a quiet passion,” starring cynthia nixon, is currently in theater






icher, choi share lead in windy, chilly founders cup


phoenix — karine icher and chella choi each shot 5-under 67 in chilly and windy conditions thursday to share the first-round lead in the lpga tour's founders cup.ariya jutanugarn was a shot back with inbee park, lizette salas, cydney clanton, mariajo uribe and hee young park in the event that honors the 13 women who founded the lpga tour in 1950.defending champion anna nordqvist and jessica korda topped the group at 69. korda won three weeks ago in thailand in her return from jaw surgery that corrected a severe overbite.michelle wie had a 70. she won in singapore two weeks ago.






australia's dream to teach the world to cyber


tackling the cybersecurity skills shortage is a key element of the australian cyber security growth network (acsgn) strategy announced on thursday. "if we can't grow the segment, and entice more more people into our industry, we won't have an industry," said acsgn chief executive officer craig davies. davies wants to make australia the leading centre for cyber education. "the market is ripe to do this," he said. the acsgn is an industry-led not-for-profit company that aims to position australia as an attractive location for cybersecurity research and innovation. it was first announced as part of the national innovation and science agenda in december 2015, and is a key part of the australian cyber security strategy released in april 2016. davies announced the acsgn's strategy at the austral






amy's challenge wins shakopee juvenile to highlight final day at canterbury parl


canterbury park’s season wound down to a final highlight saturday, when amy’s challenge won the $75,000 shakopee juvenile, featuring three of the fastest 2-year-old thoroughbreds in north america.the two favorites, amy’s challenge and mr. jagermeister, battled to the finish line, and amy’s challenge and jockey jareth loveberry prevailed by three-quarters of a length in 1 minute, 9.58 seconds. amy’s challenge, the betting favorite at 4-5, led up the backstretch and through the turn of the 6-furlong sprint before being challenged and headed by mr. jagermeister and jockey andrew ramgeet as the two turned for home. amy’s challenge fought back on the rail to win.“she just flies,” loveberry said of amy’s challenge. “this is an exception filly. she is so smooth. when she got headed she dug in and






st neots shooting: tied-up children sent text plea


image copyrightdavies familyimage caption richard davies was shot dead by police after firing from the upstairs window of the family home the widow of a man shot dead by police has told an inquest of a desperate text sent by one of their children saying "dad's going to kill himself".richard davies, 41, died of a single gunshot wound to the chest after firing at officers in st neots, cambridgeshire, in october 2015. his widow samantha said she had a text from her child saying they were tied up and begging her to "call the police".mr davies was shot after firing a gun from the house. the inquest continues.the father of three said he "wanted to end his life" after learning his marriage was over, the hearing in peterborough was told earlier this week.more news from cambridgeshiregiving evidenc