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Snow to move in Sunday night, white Christmas possible

Snow to move in Sunday night, white Christmas possible

The snow is expected to begin late Sunday afternoon, with the bulk of it expected to fall overnight. Environment Canada has upped the snowfall ante Sunday morning with a prediction of as much as 20 cm over night. And while B.C.'s South Coast and Lower Mainland are expected to be in the clear of any potent winter weather, Phillips says it's very possible that Vancouver and Victoria could pick up snow.


China's first homegrown amphibious aircraft makes maiden flight

China's first homegrown amphibious aircraft makes maiden flight

It remained in the high sky for about one hour. With a wingspan of 127 feet and powered by four turboprop engines, the aircraft can carry 50 people and stay airborne for 12 hours. "The plane's capacity and maneuverability makes it ideal for transporting materiel to those maritime features that are too structurally fragile to support runways", Char said.



Teen Charged in Connection to Shooting Deaths of Husband, Wife

The quote was a reference to what was happening with her teenage daughter's boyfriend, Kuhn said. Buckley Kuhn-Fricker was 43, and her husband was 48. Four months ago, the Fricker family moved from a smaller home in Reston into the bigger one on Black Fir Court where the fatal tragedy occurred. Kuhn said she knows the couple would have no regrets in how they protected their daughter.


North Korea says new United Nations sanctions an act of war

North Korea says new United Nations sanctions an act of war

The UN Security Council imposed the new sanctions on Friday (22) in response to Pyongyang's ballistic missile tests. The new restrictions are meant to slash North Korea's imports of refined petroleum products, further restrict shipping and impose a 12-month deadline for expatriate North Korean workers to be sent home.


4 killed as twin-engine plane crashes in Florida

4 killed as twin-engine plane crashes in Florida

There was a fire after the plane crashed that was extinguished by Polk County Fire Rescue personnel. The crash occurred at the end of a runway near Ben Durrance Road in Bartow. Bartow is about 50 miles (80 kilometers) southwest of Orlando. The twin-engine airplane is suggested to have taken off around 7:15 a.m. heading east into heavy fog, crashing shortly after takeoff, The Polk County Sheriff's Office said.