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Published: Tuesday, November 07, 2017 @ 5:55 AM
— Model Kate Upton is officially off the market.
The bride wore a long-sleeved lace gown while her groom donned a classic black tux. E! News reports that the nuptials took place at the Rosewood Castiglion Del Bosco resort, and the ceremony was in a medieval church on top of a hill overlooking the Montalcino Valley and vineyards.
Following the 30-minute ceremony, the couple and their guests retreated to the restaurant on the property for dinner and dancing.
The couple began dating in 2014 and were engaged two years later. They kept their engagement private for a few weeks before going public at last year’s Met Gala.
“I’m really excited. He asked me right before season started so we’ve been keeping it on the down low for quite a while,” she told E! at the time. “So, I’m excited to finally be able to share it with the world!”
Upton has always been supportive of her baseball beau and took to Instagram on Saturday to celebrate his World Series win with the Houston Astros.
Ahead of the wedding, Upton celebrated with a few gal pals at a lavish bachelorette party at The Plaza Hotel in New York City.
Published: Tuesday, July 17, 2018 @ 5:25 PM
SNOHOMISH, Wash. — “Deadliest Catch” reality TV fisherman Edgar Hansen pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a teenage girl at a home near Seattle, but isn’t expected to serve any jail time.
Hansen, 47, received a 364-day suspended jail sentence after pleading guilty to fourth degree sexual assault with sexual motivation, the Associated Press reported. He was also ordered to undergo a sexual deviancy evaluation and give a DNA sample to authorities.
According to court documents obtained by KIRO 7, a 16-year-old girl told her therapist that Hansen sexually assaulted her at a Montlake Terrace home in September.
A detective contacted Hansen’s wife, who confronted her husband about the allegations, court documents show. She told police that he denied the accusations at first, but eventually admitted to touching the girl inappropriately.
Hansen is deck boss and crew member of the Seattle-based crabbing boat featured on the Discovery Channel show “Deadliest Catch.”
Published: Tuesday, July 17, 2018 @ 4:31 PM
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Six nurse practitioners at a hospital in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, were surprised to learn they are pregnant at the same time.
The women are known as “The Fabulous Six Pack” among their patients at the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center.
The six nurses work for an outpatient hematology/oncology unit at the Comprehensive Cancer Center at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center.
Two of the women will be first-time moms, and the other four already have one child, said hospital spokesperson Eryn Johnson.
The women’s due dates range from the end of July to December.
Johnson said that all of the nurses enjoy sharing their pregnancy journeys and tips with each other.
“It's exciting because, you see these people every day and they're a part of you family, and now they're your pregnant buddies,” said assistant nurse manager Katie Carlton.
“It’s quite the bond that’s been established,” Johnson said.
The expectant mothers told WXII that while most of them were planning to get get pregnant, it was a surprise when it all happened to all of them at the same time.
One thing that wasn’t anticipated -- six nurses taking maternity leave at the same time.
Published: Tuesday, July 17, 2018 @ 5:40 PM
FORT WAYNE, Ind. — After 30 years of random notes and taunting from the killer, Indiana authorities finally caught a break in the killing of an 8-year-old girl and made an arrest based on DNA evidence similar to how investigators caught the Golden State Killer, according to news reports.
Suspect John D. Miller, 59, was arrested Sunday at his home in Grabill, Indiana, and made a court appearance Monday in Allen County on charges related to the 1988 rape and murder of April Tinsley, WANE-TV reported.
April Tinsley was murdered in 1988 and two years later someone left a note saying they did it. DNA recovered from used condoms led cops to John D. Miller yesterday https://t.co/OJ1K38DDrY— The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) July 16, 2018
Tinsley was walking to a friend’s house in her Fort Wayne neighborhood when she was allegedly abducted and subsequently killed by Miller, authorities said.
Police used DNA from the victim and from messages and condoms Miller left at three homes in the early 2000s to match Miller and his brother’s DNA in a genealogical database. Once they narrowed the suspect field down to two, it was just a matter of time before they were able to catch Miller, CNN reported. Miller’s DNA was found to be a match with DNA recovered from the victim’s underwear.
When police showed up at his mobile home on Sunday and asked Miller if he knew why they were there, he reportedly said, “April Tinsley” and then confessed to the crime, according to local media reports.
Miller’s next scheduled court appearance is Thursday.
The Golden State Killer was finally caught in California in April after terrorizing the state between the mid-1970s and mid-80s. Investigators also used a genealogical database to match Joseph James DeAngelo Jr.’s DNA with evidence left at the crime scenes. DeAngelo is charged with killing 12 people and is accused of 50 rapes and more than 100 burglaries.
Published: Tuesday, July 17, 2018 @ 8:00 AM
— A man in Alabama no longer has to walk where he needs to go.
Walter Carr was all set to start a new job with Bellhops Moving, but his car broke down. Instead of calling off, or borrowing a set of wheels, he started walking, starting at midnight, to get to the job nearly 20 miles away, WBMA reported.
Pelham police officers saw him walking, offered him a ride and took him to breakfast before taking him to the moving job.
Carr had been walking for about four hours when police offered him the ride, WIAT reported.
Marklin made sure that his employee would not have to walk to work again and gave him the keys to his own car, a 2014 Ford Escape.