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the bbc's question time was cut short on thursday when an audience member was taken ill during the recording.the bbc one show, from colchester town hall, in essex, was suspended while the woman was given first aid.host david dimbleby said later they had to end the recording as the woman "could not be safely moved".the hour-long programme, featuring conservative greg clark, labour's diane abbott and others was about 40 minutes in when it was halted.the panel had already been asked "what is the point of capitalism?" and whether the budget could fix the broken housing market.the programme will be broadcast in a shortened form.






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sioux falls man sentenced to 30 years for kidnapping woman


sioux falls, s.d. (ap) — a sioux falls man has been sentenced to 30 years in federal prison for kidnapping a woman.authorities say 61-year-old jon bryant sr. hid in a garage in october 2016, punched a woman in the face then forced her into the trunk of her own vehicle. the woman called police while inside the trunk and was able to provide officers with bryant’s identity and a vehicle description.after driving into minnesota, bryant returned to south dakota and choked the woman at an abandoned farmstead until she was unconscious. he eventually was arrested after a police chase.u.s. attorney randolph seiler says bryant’s motive was revenge against the woman.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeksbryant pleaded guilty to kidnapping in august and was sentenced tuesday.






woman killed when car falls off jack, pinning her underneath


lincoln, neb. (ap) — lincoln police say a 40-year-old woman has died after being pinned under a car she was repairing. the lincoln journal star reports the woman was working under a sedan propped up on a jack in an apartment complex parking lot when the car fell off the jack around 1:20 p.m. saturday, pinning her underneath.police capt. todd kocian says emergency responders pulled her from under the car and tried to resuscitate her, but she was pronounced dead at the scene a short time later.the woman’s name is not yet being released pending notification of her family members.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.___information from: lincoln journal star, http://www.journalstar.com






granite falls woman dies in single-vehicle crash


a single-vehicle crash early wednesday claimed the life of a granite falls woman, the state patrol said.the 48-year-old victim, whose name has not been released, was driving south on hwy. 67 at milepost 35 in minnesota falls township in yellow medicine county when she ran off the road and struck an embankment and a tree, the patrol said.she was not wearing a seat belt, the patrol said.the road was dry when the crash occurred about 12:35 a.m., the patrol said.






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man gets 45-year sentence for 2 cedar falls stabbings


cedar falls, iowa (ap) — a cedar falls man accused of stabbing two people has taken a plea deal.court records say 30-year-old adam jacobsen pleaded guilty monday to burglary and two counts of willful injury. prosecutors said they’d drop two counts of attempted murder in exchange for jacobsen’s pleas. the records don’t list a sentencing date.the case was delayed in november while jacobsen underwent a psychological evaluation, which ultimately found he was competent for trial.police say jacobsen stabbed a man 24 times and a woman eight times outside the university studios apartments in cedar falls on oct. 17 last year. the woman’s boyfriend drew a pistol when he arrived at the scene and detained jacobsen until police arrived.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks






idaho woman arrested following death of 20-month-old child


twin falls, idaho (ap) — police have arrested a south-central idaho woman following the death of her 20-month-old child.authorities arrested 22-year-old amanda dunlap of twin falls in boise on friday and booked her into the ada county jail.the twin falls police department tells the times-news (http://bit.ly/2irxana) that dunlap was arrested on a warrant for suspected murder and felony injury to a child.police say they started investigating after the child was taken to st. luke’s magic valley medical center in twin falls on oct. 8 and then flown by helicopter to boise.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.officials say the child died on oct. 14.twin falls county prosecutor grant loebs says the case remains under investigation and he couldn’t supply additional information






authorities id woman who died in black river falls fire


black river falls, wis. — authorities have released the name of a 31-year-old woman who died in an apartment fire in western wisconsin over the weekend.the black river falls fire department says police identified the victim as kathryn sage montana.firefighters arrived early sunday and found fire coming from one of the six apartments in the one-story complex.the leader-telegram (http://bit.ly/2ofydqd ) reports crews knocked down the flames and found a body inside the apartment. everyone else was evacuated from the other apartments, and no one else was hurt.investigators don't know what caused the fire but say it's not considered suspicious.






another north carolina woman hits lottery jackpot twice


granite falls, n.c. — a north carolina woman hit the jackpot with two scratch-off lottery tickets, marking the second such instance in three weeks.the charlotte observer reports michelle shuffler, of granite falls, won $10,000 with one scratch-off ticket and $1 million with another on sunday.shuffler said in a statement that she and her husband purchased the winning $10,000 ticket in lenoir, and then, feeling lucky, decided to buy another one 22 miles away in granite falls.she claimed both prizes monday at lottery headquarters in raleigh, selecting the option of 20 annual payments of $50,000 over the lump sum option. she plans to use the lottery winnings to save for retirement and her children's college funds.kimberly morris, of wake forest, also won the lottery twice at the end of october






2nd person this month goes missing after fall into skykomish river near index


a 25-year-old texas woman was reported missing by her family after falling off a rock at sunset falls near index.a 25-year-old woman is missing after falling into the skykomish river near index tuesday night, authorities said.the woman, who is from texas, was with family near sunset falls. she reportedly fell off a rock she was sitting on, and into the water, just before 8 p.m.a snohomish county search-and-rescue team and fire units searched the river and surrounding area for about one hour, until nightfall, when the search was suspended.earlier this month, a 49-year-old man also fell into the skykomish river while he was walking along its banks near the town of index. a woman who was walking with him called 911, but dive and rescue teams deemed the water near the falls — 28 feet deep and






reichert will vote ‘no’ on gop health-care bill


u.s.. rep. dave reichert says the republican health-care bill “falls short” and won’t get his vote.u.s. rep. dave reichert will vote against the republican health-care bill, saying it “falls short” on provisions for older americans, the poor and people with pre-existing medical conditions.“unfortunately, the current house bill falls short and does not provide the essential protections i need to support it,” said reichert, r-auburn, in a statement thursday morning, just before a scheduled house vote on the measure.reichert voted for a previous version of the republican plan, known as the american health care act, in march. but he later changed his position to “undecided,” saying he had concerns with changes in the bill made to appease conservatives.“with all of the political banter surround






a brief history of steven moffat saying why he never picked a female doctor who


it looks like the new doctor has been cast. after accepting an award at the british lgbt awards, former doctor who showrunner russell t davies told guys like u that the next season already has its next doctor. davies was responding to a question about whether the new lead should be a woman, a question posed to current showrunner steven moffat multiple times over the years. and he’s been very consistent.moffat’s been answering this question since at least 2013. exactly one day after it was announced that peter capaldi would take over as the new doctor, moffat explained his decision to digitalspy, saying that it “didn’t feel right” to cast a woman at the time since he didn’t think enough fans would want one. he even went so far as to say female fans were the ones most adamantly against it.it






aggravated assault charge filed in frying pan attack


sioux falls, s.d. (ap) — a sioux falls woman is facing an aggravated assault charge after police say she hit a man in the head with a frying pan.police say the 49-year-old woman apparently didn’t like the man’s singing and struck him at her home saturday afternoon. the victim and a friend left and called police. ksfy-tv says his injuries weren’t serious. authorities say drugs or alcohol were not involved.___information from: ksfy-tv, http://www.ksfy.commost read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks






man dies in niagara falls after surviving 2003 plunge


niagara falls, n.y. — a man who survived a plunge over niagara falls without protection in 2003 has died after he went over again, this time inside an inflatable ball.police tell the syracuse post-standard (http://bit.ly/2semezj ) the body of 53-year-old kirk r. jones was found in the niagara river by the u.s. coast guard on june 2.detective sgt. brian nisbet of the new york state park police says it's the same man who became the first person to survive an unprotected plunge over the falls in october 2003.nisbet says investigators believe jones attempted to go over the falls inside a 10-foot (3-meter) ball on april 19. the empty ball was recovered by the maid of the mist tour boat.three others have survived unprotected plunges over the falls since jones did it.






library patron returns book he took in 1982, plus $200


great falls, mont. (ap) — a patron who stole a book from a montana library in 1982 has returned it after reading it at least 25 times, having it restored and having the author sign it.the man said having the stolen copy of richard matheson’s 1975 novel “bid time return” had been bugging him. he included a $200 donation to the great falls public library while asking “for a chance at redemption here.”the man called the book fascinating and said he considered it one of the greatest sci-fi/romance stories ever written, the great falls tribune (gftrib.com/2odp7vi) reported tuesday. it is the story of a dying man who falls in love with a portrait and wills himself back in time to meet the woman.“this is not my book, it belongs in the great falls public library — wrongfully taken, yes, but if you






sioux falls woman sues retail company over gray blue skin


sioux falls, s.d. (ap) — a south dakota woman is suing a diet supplement company alleging one of their products turned her skin grayish blue.the lawsuit filed by sandra chrans says she started taking nutrasilver in 2011 to treat skin conditions. in 2016 chrans says certain areas of her body, including her face, neck, arms and hands, started to turn grayish blue. a plastic surgeon advised her to stop taking the supplement. the argus leader says the lawsuit names beneficial solutions, the nevada company that makes nutrasilver and its founder, russell altman.the sioux falls woman is seeking damages for injuries, pain, mental anguish and medical expenses. altman did not immediately respond to a phone message and email seeking comment on the lawsuit.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1






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man charged with attempted strangulation after attack


twin falls, idaho (ap) — an idaho man accused of involuntary manslaughter in the death of his 10-month-old daughter was charged with attempted strangulation of a woman following an attack.the times-news reports that the twin falls man was arrested friday after authorities say he tackled a woman and placed her in a choke hold causing injury last week. authorities say the woman was in fear of her life as well as the life of her 3-year-old son who witnessed the attack.the man has a court date scheduled next month on the charge accusing him of leaving his daughter unattended in a hot car for hours in june. authorities say the child died because of the elevated temperatures.authorities say the man was out on bond when the attack occurred.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks






body found, woman still missing after tennessee flash flood


cookeville, tenn. (ap) — authorities in tennessee they have found a body at a state park, but it isn’t the woman reported missing after flash flooding stranded about 40 people near a waterfall.news outlets report the body was found thursday at cummins falls state park by a search team looking for the missing 73-year-old woman downstream from the falls.jackson county sheriff marty hinson said at a news conference it’s not clear if the person whose body was found was part of the group caught in the flash flooding wednesday. he declined to give more information. he said the tennessee bureau of investigation has been called in to help with the case.jackson county emergency management director keith bean says crews used kayaks, helicopters and drones to search for the woman and will resume thei






woman distracted by phone falls over basement access doors


plainfield, n.j. — a new jersey woman distracted by her cellphone was injured when she fell over open basement access doors and fell 6 feet (1.8 meters) into the opening.surveillance video captured the woman on thursday as she walked along a plainfield street. the 67-year-old landed in the cellar of acme windows, where workers were repairing gas lines.the woman, whose name was not released, was taken to a hospital. police said her injuries were not life-threatening.






man who survived 2003 plunge at niagara falls now dies there


niagara falls, n.y. — a man who occupied a fleeting spotlight after surviving a plunge over niagara falls without protection in 2003 has died after he went over again, this time during an apparent stunt with an inflatable ball, park police said friday.the body of 53-year-old kirk r. jones was pulled out of the water june 2 in youngstown, where the niagara river feeds into lake ontario.the empty ball had been found earlier in the rapids above the american falls, one of three falls known collectively as niagara falls.new york state park police said they believe jones was in niagara falls on april 19 and may have tried to go over the falls in the large ball."the attempted stunt was unsuccessful, which resulted in the demise of mr. jones," the park police said in a news release.although such s






40 rescued, 1 missing after flash flooding in tennessee


cookeville, tenn. (ap) — authorities in tennessee say a woman is still missing after jackson county officials rescued about 40 people who became stranded in flash flooding at cummins falls state park.jackson county officials tell local news outlets that emergency crews arrived on the scene around 1 p.m. wednesday after a flash flood rushed through. jackson county ems director keith bean says the water rose about 3 feet (1 meter) in a matter of minutes.bean says 27 people were trapped on the side of the gorge, three on an island in the middle of the creek, and about 10 people were trapped downstream from the falls. everyone was rescued from the flash flooding except for a 73-year-old woman, who remains missing.the search for the woman was called off after nightfall, but was expected to resu






hikers discover woman’s body along n carolina trail


raleigh, n.c. (ap) — hikers have discovered a woman’s body at a north carolina state park.wake county sheriff donnie harrison says the body of a 46-year-old woman was found along a trail at falls lake state recreation area north of raleigh about 3:30 p.m. saturday.the woman’s name has not been released.news outlets report authorities have not yet determined the cause of death but don’t suspect a crime occurred.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.






woman sexually assaulted, robbed on north side


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aclu seeks policy on child catheterization in s. dakota case


sioux falls, s.d. — the american civil liberties union has asked south dakota social services officials to clarify policies on catheterization of children after a woman objected to the procedure done on her 3-year-old son.the woman told the sioux falls argus leader in a story published friday that authorities wanted her two children tested for drugs after her boyfriend failed a drug test. she said the department of social services threatened to remove them from her home if she didn't comply.she said because her son couldn't provide a sample, he was catheterized by nurses. an aclu letter to the state says the woman did not know a catheter would be used, and that the boy contracted a staph infection from the procedure.the state agency declined to discuss specific cases. it says it may reques






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dna test, retired detective's tenacity, solve 1992 murder case


a reserve san diego police detective, determined to make a difference while fighting cancer, took on a cold case and through dna helped solve the horrific murder of a 84-year-old woman 25 years ago.the killer, jeffrey falls, died in a 2006 freeway motorcycle crash in el cajon at the age of 42.authorities announced at a news conference friday that falls, a teenager at the time, raped and stabbed angela kleinsorge to death in her gaines street home in the morena neighborhood on feb. 29, 1992. he had been the victim’s neighbor.san diego police homicide lt. mike holden said the evidence that connected falls was a “familial dna” test — the first of its kind run by a san diego county law agency.routine dna tests had failed to find a match because falls, who was about 27 or 28 at the time of the






dna test, retired detective's tenacity, solve 1992 murder case


a reserve san diego police detective, determined to make a difference while fighting cancer, took on a cold case and through dna helped solve the horrific murder of a 84-year-old woman 25 years ago.the killer, jeffrey falls, died in a 2006 freeway motorcycle crash in el cajon at the age of 42.authorities announced at a news conference friday that falls, a teenager at the time, raped and stabbed angela kleinsorge to death in her gaines street home in the morena neighborhood on feb. 29, 1992. he had been the victim’s neighbor.san diego police homicide lt. mike holden said the evidence that connected falls was a “familial dna” test — the first of its kind run by a san diego county law agency.routine dna tests had failed to find a match because falls, who was about 17 at the time of the murder






viola davis wins supporting actress oscar for 'fences'


los angeles — viola davis needs to make room in her trophy case.on sunday she won the best supporting actress oscar for "fences," a role she originated in a broadway revival seven years ago for which she won a tony award.davis played long-suffering rose maxson opposite denzel washington as her husband troy, a couple living in 1950s pittsburgh whose marriage eventually falls apart. the role earned her trophies at the golden globes and screen actors guild awards.davis also owns an emmy award for her work on the abc hit "how to get away with murder." two years ago, she became the first black woman to win for lead actress in a drama series, and she's the first black woman to win an oscar, emmy and tony.she's one trophy short of achieving egot status, needing a grammy to complete the awards qua






police: man dead in sioux falls shooting


sioux falls, s.d. (ap) — sioux falls police say a man is dead after an early morning shooting.officers were called to the shooting at a residence early sunday. when police arrived they found a 34-year-old sioux falls man dead.police say everyone involved has been located and there is no danger to the public. the man’s name was not released.the investigation continues.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.






officials id 2 officers involved in shooting robbery suspect


great falls, mont. (ap) — the cascade county attorney’s office has released the names of two great falls police officers who were involved in the fatal shooting of a burglary suspect.the great falls tribune reports officers tad kimmet and adam stergionis have been on paid leave since the sept. 11 shooting. officials did not say which officer or if both officers shot 25-year-old thomas jordan addison.the state division of criminal investigation has said officers encountered addison apparently trying to break into a house. addison fled and brandished a weapon, prompting the fatal gunfire.officials have not said what type of weapon addison had, but have said one was found.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.kimmet shot a man in april after he refused orders to drop a kni






woman checking phone falls into basement


plainfield, n.j. (ap) — a new jersey woman looking at her cellphone was hospitalized after she fell over open basement access doors and fell 6 feet into the cellar.surveillance video captured the woman thursday as she walked along a plainfield street. the 67-year-old landed in the cellar of acme windows, where workers were repairing gas lines.martin delgadillo told wnbc-tv in new york he was standing outside his barbershop when he saw the woman plunge through the access door.“she was looking at her phone — the last minute — she hit the door and fell right in,” delgadillo said.the woman’s son, in an interview with cbs’s new york affiliate, says the cause went beyond mere distraction. his mother has impaired vision, he said. he pointed out that there were no cones or other brightly colored b






wallenda to discuss hanging by teeth over niagara falls


niagara falls, n.y. — the trapeze-artist wife of daredevil nik wallenda is a day away from a planned stunt to hang from a helicopter by her teeth as it flies over niagara falls.erendira wallenda is scheduled to discuss her plans with reporters wednesday morning on the american side of the falls.wallenda's stunt is planned for thursday, the fifth anniversary of her husband's televised 1,800-foot tightrope walk from the new york side of niagara falls into canada.erendira wallenda plans to hold on by her teeth as the helicopter carrying her flies high above the falls.five members of the famed wallenda circus troupe fell from a high-wire in sarasota, florida, in february while practicing an eight-person pyramid. everyone survived.






police: twin falls man crushed to death by farm equipment


twin falls, idaho (ap) — the twin falls county coroner has identified the man who was crush to death by farm equipment.the times-news reports police found 40-year-old jose jamie tapia of twin falls dead underneath a large hay baler tuesday.twin falls county coroner gene turley says tapia had been working under the bale when the jack slipped causing the bale to fall on him.tapia’s body will be sent to boise for an autopsy.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weekstwin falls police lt. terry thueson says is unclear if the farm equipment was owned by tapia or if he had been employed by someone else.___information from: the times-news, http://www.magicvalley.com






rep. darrell issa mocks woman at town hall who claims she was ‘battered’ by one


at a contentious san diego town hall, rep. darrell issa (r-ca) dismissed and mocked a constituent who used her question time to complain that she was stripped of her protest sign by issa’s “bodyguard,” saying he “assaulted” her.in the video uploaded to youtube, the woman identified herself as a member of the state bar of california before stating that her “1st amendment rights were violated in this room.”“i had a very small sign that said,’investigate russia now,'” she explained to the congressman standing on the stage. “there are many other people with signs here. you bodyguard, security guard, came over and took my sign away from me forcibly. i asserted my 1st amendment rights of free speech. i told him it was suppression of speech.”issa responded by cutting her off and saying only overs






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