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Couple killed when motorcycle hits road sign in Great Smoky Mountains National Park

A couple visiting Great Smoky Mountains National Park was killed Sunday in a motorcycle crash along the park’s scenic Foothills Parkway, according to the National Park Service.

The victims were identified as Benjamin Braunsdorf, 50, of Seymour, Tennessee, and Wendy Fitzgibbon, 46, of Knoxville, Tennessee, according to a news release.

Investigators say Braunsdorf and Fitzgibbon were riding on one motorcycle when it went out of control around 7 p.m.

The bike left the pavement and collided with a road sign near the intersection of Foothills Parkway and U.S. 321, officials said. Both died at the scene, park officials said.

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The incident remains under investigation.

It counts as the second fatal motorcycle crash this year in the park. In April, a 20-year-old man from Guatemala was killed when his motorcycle plunged 100 feet off the road

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Woman Shot And Killed After Argument At North County Magnificence Salon, Police Say

The Mursi people help us redefine magnificence — a multi-faceted word which can imply various things to different Juice Beauty folks. Self/Reflection is every week of stories on the Cut about how we feel, versus how we look.

Nonbinary and transgender are part of the mainstream beauty narrative. As the rights of LGBTQ individuals have been codified within the courts, so have the aesthetics particular to them been absorbed into the wonder dialogue. Transgender fashions walk the runways and appear in promoting campaigns. They are hailed on the red carpet for his or her glamour and good style but additionally for his or her bodily traits.

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‘Police shouldn’t chase those riding motorcycles, it only kills people’: Friends of motorcyclist killed in latest high-speed East Cleveland pursuit remember him

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Ward 9 Councilman Kevin Conwell held a press conference Friday afternoon to decry the latest of dozens of East Cleveland police pursuits to spill across the city limits, this time resulting in the death of a 46-year-old motorcycle driver.

Darrick “Slo Burn” Lee, 46, was killed Thursday night on his motorcycle after a pursuit by East Cleveland police.

The pursuit that resulted in his death marked the 150th time East Cleveland took part in a high-speed chase this year, East Cleveland police Chief Scott Gardner said. The chases have resulted in two deaths, numerous injuries and a slew of property damage,

The pursuits have divided the government of the inner-ring suburb. They also led to increased calls to abandon the practice that Gardner often posts flippant accounts of the chases on Facebook. The pursuits result in primarily minor criminal charges, according to a cleveland.com analysis of

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What we know about the Central Kentucky mother, daughter allegedly killed by teen

Luke Craig was arrested in Versailles about 6:40 p.m. Monday and charged with second-degree escape after he left the Fayette County Juvenile Detention Center Sunday.

After Versailles police arrested him without incident in Versailles, Craig, 16, was returned to the state-run Fayette County Regional Juvenile Detention Center, where he was being held on two counts of murder in the deaths last year of his mother and his little sister.

The crime

Tefani “Nikki” Noe, 33, and Brooke Goggin, 12, were found dead about 9:30 p.m. on Sept. 24 in Lawrenceburg, state police said. They were killed inside Noe’s home on Corinth Road in Anderson County, according to court records. Both died of gunshot wounds, the county coroner told the Anderson News.

The youngest victim was in middle school

Brooke was a seventh-grade student at Anderson Middle School, according to her obituary.

The 12-year-old was in the school band and

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