6 dead after small plane crashes at Arizona golf course

A small plane caught fire after takeoff and crashed at a nearby Arizona golf course on Monday, leaving six people dead, officials said. The plane departed from Scottsdale Airport and crashed shortly at the TPC Scottsdale Champions Course, located just north of the airport, according to Scottsdale Police Department. None of the six passengers aboard the plane survived, according to police. Their names are not being released pending identification and notification of family. Nobody on the ground was affected when the plane, a Piper PA-24 went down, according to the Federal Aviation Administration. Officers responded to the call just after 8:45 p.m. local time, according to police. The cause of… Read More

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Putin’s Election Victory Magnifies Deep Divide in Russia’s Political Landscape

MOSCOW—Russian President Vladimir Putin’s victory in Sunday’s presidential election has left deep divisions in an opposition movement that had been buoyed in recent months by countrywide protests but failed to translate its momentum into a broad political movement. Anticorruption activist Alexei Navalny had brought tens of thousands of protesters onto the streets across Russia ahead of Sunday’s election—a vote that he was barred from participating in. But his call for a boycott of the election appears to have had little effect, as Sunday’s turnout surpassed that of the last election in 2012. At the same time, friction emerged Monday among opposition figures—some of whom accused the Kremlin of improprieties during… Read More

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Meghan Markle Officially Baptized in Private Ceremony: Report

ROBERT PERRY/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock Meghan Markle is confirmed in the Church of England. According to The Daily Mail, Prince Harry’s future wife was baptized in a private, 45-minute ceremony held on Tuesday evening. The service, which was presided over by Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, took place inside a chapel on the Kensington Palace grounds. Kensington Palace declined to comment. The Sunday Times previously reported the baptism would take place sometime in March and "possibly" this week. In addition to Prince Harry, attendees reportedly included Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla. Queen Elizabeth II and Prince William were not present for Markle’s baptism, according to the outlet. Both Meghan’s mother and father, Doria… Read More

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Bruins Winger Danton Heinen Continues To Impress In Rookie Campaign

Bruins Breakaway Live — Heinen shows upside Bruins Breakaway Live — Heinen shows upside 00:00 / 00:48 Advertisement Advertisement 01:01 BruinsFaceoffLive022… Bruins 00:30 New Bruins Defensema… New Bruins Defenseman Nick Holden On Joining The B\’s 01:44 Bruins New Defensema… Bruins New Defenseman Nick Holden Settling In With New Team 01:00 NESN Sports Today: N… NESN Sports Today: Nick Holden Has First Practice As A Boston Bruin 01:07 NESN Sports Today: B… Bruins Gearing Up For An \’Electric\’ Game Vs. Toronto 00:37 DCU Save of the Game… DCU Save of the Day 01:27 NESN Sports Today: J… NESN Sports Today Jack Brick Breakdown Comeback Win Over Oilers 04:04 Bruins Overtime Live…… Read More

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Memphis Realtor Jocelyn Cuty, of Berkshire Hathaway Selling the Arlington Dream

Subscribe to our RSS feed to get the latest realty news. You can get our headlines via email as well, or follow us on Twitter. Realtor Jocelyn Cuty, of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, recently announced that homesites at Hayes Place, a new subdivision in Arlington, TN, from Regency Homebuilders, are now accepting pre-sales. “Arlington is a small, close-knit, multicultural community, and Hayes Place is an exciting new subdivision that is ideal for family living,” said Cuty, who has specialized in new construction for 22 years. “There are 29 lots at Hayes Place starting at $336,900, and Regency Homebuilders will be starting to build the new model soon.” Arlington, a suburb of… Read More

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Investing In Cordova TN Real Estate Properly

If you want to invest in Cordova TN real estate, you have to do it right or you’ll lose money. You want to make sure you buy homes when they are at a good price and that you make your money back and then some on them. If you’re going to buy a fixer upper home, you need to do the math to figure out if it’s going to make you money. You have to think about what it’s going to cost for someone to come out and fix the home up so it is in livable condition. You may have to hire a lot of people if the home… Read More

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This Is Where You Should Go When You Travel To Tennessee

This Is Where You Should Go When You Travel To Tennessee

People that have traveled to Tennessee before understand how fun this place can be. It’s a state that is relatively unknown to those on the West Coast. They have probably heard of Nashville, and also Graceland, but there are so many other things that you can do once you get there. For example, you can travel into Chattanooga and check out the local ghost hunters and the tours that they will give. You can go up into Nashville, tour the city, and then head over to the Grand Ole Opry. There are so many fun things to do, and here are a few more that you might want to consider… Read More

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Three Common Mistakes To Avoid When Hiring A Tennessee Moving Company

Tips For Attending An Outdoor Music Festival In Tennessee

Tennessee is probably best known for its close ties to country music. However, there are many other types of music that are popular in the state. In fact, every year, countless music festivals are held in outdoor venues throughout the state, many of which draw thousands of fans. Attending one of these festivals can be a lot of fun as long as you plan properly. Before you get in your car and head out to the festival, make sure you run through this checklist of important items to bring: 1. Water. Drinking plenty of water is essential anytime you are going to be outdoors in the sunshine. Unfortunately, buying water… Read More

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