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Michael Bublé and wife Luisana Lopilato welcome fourth child: ‘Thank God for this infinite blessing’

Caption: Michael Bublé welcomes fourth child Credit: PA/instagramMichael Bublé and his wife Luisana Lopilato have welcomed their fourth child. The jazz singer announced the Argentinian actress’ pregnancy in February this year, later stating that their fourth child will ‘most likely’ be their last. Michael and Luisana are already parents to sons Noah and Elias, and daughter Vida, and she revealed her baby bump earlier this year in his I’ll Never Not Love You music video, in which they recreated famous romantic movie scenes together. The couple revealed their fourth pregnancy in a jokey series of pictures of their family in a snowy ski resort, which they captioned: ‘Ooops! We did it again.’ On Friday, the pair shared identical posts to Instagram, holding their baby daughter’s...

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San Jose: DA won’t charge one of two men arrested in fatal Safeway shooting

SAN JOSE — A person arrested as an alleged accomplice in the fatal shooting of a grocery worker at the Willow Glen Safeway earlier this summer was set to be released from jail after prosecutors decided not to charge him in the case. Jacob Parrilla, a 19-year-old San Jose resident, was arrested and jailed Wednesday. On Friday, the day he would have had to be arraigned, the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office said that it has declined to file charges against him. “We are declining to file due to insufficiency of evidence,” the office said in a statement. “We cannot prove beyond a reasonable doubt that he is guilty of participating in this violence.” Prosecutors have the option of filing charges later if San Jose police, who are investigating the homicide, present new evidence impli

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These Eucalypso Sheets Are The Softest, Most Cooling Sheets I Own

These cooling sheets made me a top-sheet believer. No way an exaggeration, the Eucalypso Classic Sheets are all of my bedding dreams come to life. If you haven’t heard, Eucalypso Home is a sustainable bedding brand that makes all its stuff from Tencel derived from eucalyptus. That’s its secret sauce. The sheets have a silkiness and softness without feeling like I’m about to slip out of my bed. The everything-you-can-ask-for set is under $200, and after you feel how luxe these sheets are, you’ll be shocked by how affordable that is. Don’t believe me? Then, keep on scrolling to read my full review on the sheets that ruined all other bedding brands for me. DashDividers_1_500x100 Eucalypso Classic Sheet Set, $195 They are described by the brand as “the world’s softest and coolest she

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Emmerdale’s Michael Wildman addresses death for Al in Cain stunt: ‘He comes with a lifespan’

They are mortal enemies (Pictures: ITV)It appears Al Chapman’s (Michael Wildman) days are numbered in Emmerdale. Just recently, Michael was confirmed to be taking part in a winter panto production of Aladdin. Traditionally, it is not known for ITV soap stars to perform in panto while filming with the show, leaving us wondering how Al will leave, if Michael is of course preparing for an exit? Currently, Al is in the middle of an affair storyline with Chas (Lucy Pargeter). Sneaking around and seeing each other just for sex, Al and Chas are doing a good job at keeping things hush hush for now but this is a soap! We know that won’t last forever. One person who will unleash his anger once the truth is exposed is Al’s enemy and Chas’ brother – Cain (Jeff Hordley). Addressing ...

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Demi Lovato ‘turned blue’ during accidental overdose as she admits family ‘still worry to this day’

The pop star has been open about her recovery in the past (Picture: Rich Fury/Getty Images for OBB Media)Demi Lovato turned blue and was minutes from death following her accidental heroin overdose. The double-Grammy nominated singer and former Disney child star, 29 – who has recently adopted she/her pronouns again after coming out as non-binary in May 2021 – was found at her home in Los Angeles during the 2018 incident.  She has since struggled to come to terms with the severity of it. The Solo chart-topper explained: ‘When they found me, I was turning blue and the doctor said I had five to 10 more minutes left. If no one had come in, I wouldn’t be here today.’ ‘Recovery is a lot. And with time, comes trust. It was a learning experience of, “OK, people are going to have to lear

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Most California voters don’t want Biden or Trump to run in 2024

U.S. Senator and Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders held his “A Future to Believe in Southern California Election Night Rally” at the StubHub Center Tennis Stadium Tuesday, May 17, 2016, in Carson, CA. (Steve McCrank/Staff Photographer)So what does that mean for the 2024 ticket?  Gov. Gavin Newsom comes out on top, so far, among eligible Democratic primary voters polled — albeit, none of the potential contenders came away with a consensus of those surveyed.  “While many California Democrats are not convinced that Biden should run again, the absence of a clear Democratic alternative may afford the president more space in avoiding a serious primary challenge should he decide to seek re-election,” Eric Schickler, the IGS co-director, said. Newsom — who has fueled 2024 rumors by

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California will give free lunch to all public school students

Los Angeles Unified School District food service workers from left, Tomoko Cho, Aldrin Agrabantes, April Thomas and Marisel Dominguez, pre-package hundreds of free school lunches in plastic bags on Thursday, July 15, 2021, at the Liechty Middle School in Los Angeles. Flush with cash from an unexpected budget surplus, California is launching the nation’s largest statewide universal free lunch program. When classrooms open for the fall term, every one of California’s 6.2 million public school students will have the option to eat school meals for free, regardless of their family’s income.Damian Dovarganes, Associated Press California will be the first state to implement free meals to all public school students in the 2022-2023 school year. With over 327,000 students in California publi

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Robert Plant and Alison Krauss thrill fans with concert at the Greek Theatre in LA

It was the little looks that Robert Plant and Alison Krauss exchanged as they sang that gave away how much they enjoyed being on stage together at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on Thursday. Midway through “Fortune Teller,” an Allen Toussaint number, Plant and Krauss finished another gorgeous bit of harmonizing, delivering the rest of the song for guitarist J.D. McPherson to wrap up with a reverb-drenched solo. He grinned at her. She beamed at him. It was so good and they knew it, and everyone in the Greek felt it too. Robert Plant performs with Alison Krauss during their Raise The Roof tour at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on Thursday, August 18, 2022. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Alison Krauss performs with Robert Plant during their Raise The Roof tou

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Amid turbulence, Bears’ Teven Jenkins goes ‘all in’ for starting RG spot

Jenkins began his NFL career at left tackle, then moved to right tackle and now could secure a spot as the starting right guard.Ashlee Rezin/Sun-Times Teven Jenkins has had a wild career already, and he’s barely more than a year into it. Drafted by the previous administration to be the Bears’ left tackle of the future, Jenkins saw the new staff dismiss that notion almost immediately and demoted him to right tackle. And as his chances dwindled at that spot, the recently shifted him to right guard. Jenkins has gone from the most prestigious position on the offensive line to the least. And to his credit, his humility and resilience have given him a chance to win a starting job. “It was a rollercoaster for a little bit, not knowing what I was gonna do,” he told the Sun-Times. “And then...

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Family of 87-year-old Thomas O’Halloran ‘completely numb’ at his ‘senseless’ death

Thomas O’Halloran’s brother and nephew described him as a ‘kind and gentle’ man (Picture: Met Police/SWNS)The family of 87-year-old Thomas O’Halloran, who was stabbed to death on his mobility scooter, have spoken of their ‘complete numbness’ following his ‘absolutely senseless’ death. Mr O’Halloran, who was originally from Ennistymon in Co Clare in the west of Ireland, died after being knifed in the chest in Greenford, west London, on Tuesday. His brother and nephew described him as a ‘kind and gentle’ man. They said his family and the wider community have been left devastated by his killing. The pensioner is survived by his family, including his sister, two brothers, nieces and nephews. A man charged with Mr O’Halloran’s murder has been remanded in custody. Lee Byer, 44,

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The local state attorney’s office says Sheriff’s candidate T.K. Waters did not commit voter fraud

Recent reports questioning the residency of Sheriff’s candidate T.K. Waters has some claiming voter fraud. But, a spokesperson for the 4th circuit state attorney’s office says they have not been presented with or found any evidence of voter fraud on behalf of T.K. Waters. The comments were sent to News4JAX after the online news outlet “The Tributary” raised the possibility Waters may have committed voter fraud, saying the supervisor of elections said he lived in one part of town, while his campaign said he lived elsewhere. Waters then gave us a statement that read in part: “Following the tragic death of our son in our home, my wife and I made the difficult decision to move and began renting in other locations. In between moves earlier this year I inadvertently kept my voter registration ...

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Sen. Joe Manchin dismisses critics, embraces ‘hero and villain’ role

By LEAH WILLINGHAM | Associated Press CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Sen. Joe Manchin said he pays no attention to criticism or campaign donations when making decisions about what’s best for West Virginia. Sounding somewhat exasperated when asked whether the dramatic bump in campaign contributions he’s received from oil and gas interests in recent months influenced his voting, the conservative Democrat said no. During a roundtable discussion in Charleston on Friday, he said his office’s outsized role in drafting the sprawling economic package signed this week by U.S. President Joe Biden made him the target of the “far left,” environmental activists and the fossil fuel industry all at once. “Nobody in their right mind would go through what I have gone through with my staff for the last eight months, t

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‘Bad Sisters’ Review: Sharon Horgan’s Murder Mystery Is a Sharp Family Story Spread a Little Thin

The thing that makes “Bad Sisters” so tricky is that the Garvey family alone could fuel multiple seasons. The collection of sisters at the heart of the newest Apple TV+ drama are all distinct women with their own lives, bound by more than just hatred for a loathsome man. The opening hour of “Bad Sisters” introduces us to them all in clear, efficient fashion. There’s Eva (Sharon Horgan), the confident businesswoman who’s served as the mother figure to the rest since the death of their parents. Ursula (Eva Birthistle) is raising her own kids while juggling a hospital job and various other outside interests. Though many of them are resolute and inclined toward defending the group, Bibi (Sarah Greene) is the Garvey sister who most follows both those instincts. Becka (Eve Hewson) is the younges

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Humboldt Park got rid of Riot Fest, so why not Douglass Park?

Festival-goers crowd under shade on day 4 of Riot Fest at Douglass Park, Sunday, Sept. 19, 2021. Tyler Pasciak LaRiviere/Sun-Times The Sun-Times’ Aug. 16 editorial “Calls to quell Riot Fest should lead to compromise about Douglass Park” made some good points. However, I take issue with the statement that it would be rash to end all music festivals at the park. I live within a few blocks of Douglass Park. My community has been demanding that Riot Fest be moved out of Douglass Park since 2015. Now there are three festivals that will close the south side of the park for 47 days this summer. There are two trauma center hospitals that border whether these private, for-profit mega festivals are held. We have facts, learned via FOIAs and testimony from hospital staff, that prove these festi

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Clinical trials for new ‘game changing’ Moderna COVID-19 booster begins in Jacksonville

Clinical trials for a new Moderna COVID-19 booster shot are underway in Jacksonville. Four hundred people in Jacksonville and across the U.S. are enrolled in the clinical study, which is different from previous trials because participants will receive the actual vaccine versus half of the participants getting a placebo and the other half getting the actual vaccination. The trials began Thursday and are expected to finish within the next few days. The new messenger RNA booster shot is expected to be a game changer when it comes to fighting the Omicron variant of COVID-19. News4JAX spoke to Dr. Michael Koren, the director of the Jacksonville Clinical Research Center, who called this vaccination “different” from the previous options. “This will be one that’s different from what’s on the mar...

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