Backed by dark green trees and the shimmering surface of a lake, the two faces in the snapshot instantly grab your attention.Posing side by side, Ashley Freeman and Lauria Bible sport carefree smiles.Their heads touch playfully. Lauria’s is cocked slightly back, meeting her taller friend’s at her temple.It’s the image from the high-profile case of the two missing girls that people are most familiar with. For almost 20 years now, it has circulated widely, staring out from flyers and billboards, and appearing in news stories and TV crime specials.But for those who knew the real people now reduced to crime victims in the headlines, it is both a happy and a haunting reminder.“I think about them every day and where are they? It just breaks my heart,” said Kathy Wood, their former teacher.Wood said the mystery of their disappearance hasn’t only haunted those who knew Bible and Freeman, but the entire area where they lived and died too young.“It hit … [Read more...] about Ashley Freeman loved to fish. Lauria Bible was a country girl who raised pigs. This is the story the family and friends of the missing Welch girls want to tell.
Listings for April 30. (All times Eastern.) Kevin Can Wait (CBS at 8) Kendra and Chale realize they have different ideas of their partnership with Kevin than he does. The Voice (NBC at 8) Top 11 live performances. The Resident (Fox at 9) The team tries to save a fellow doctor who fell through the hospital skylight. The Crossing (ABC at 10) A connection is found between Marshall and the early migration. Premieres Sticker Shock (Discovery at 10) Owners of interesting old cars find out how much their rides are really worth. Dallas Cakes (Food at 10:30) A new reality show that proves that everything really is bigger in Texas. Returning Dancing With the Stars (ABC at 8) Season 26. Elementary (CBS at 10) Season 6. Documentary For Our Lives: Parkland (Freeform at 10) Follow the survivors as they turn into national activists. True Conviction (WETA at 10) Three … [Read more...] about TV highlights: ‘Good Girls’ finale
The boss of the Monaco Grand Prix is planning to reverse Formula One’s recent modernisation of some traditions by retaining ‘grid girls’ at the glamorous Mediterranean race weekend in May The sport announced it was replacing ‘gird girls’ with ‘grid kids’ before the start of the 2018 season in a move that was well received despite misgivings from older traditionalists. The new ‘grid kids’ who accompanied the F1 drivers on the grid were karting and junior racing drivers at last month’s season-opening Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne. But the chief organiser of this year’s Monaco race to take place on May 27 has insisted on retaining the grid girls. President of the Automobile Club de Monaco Michel Boeri told Monaco’s Matin newspaper that he had a good relationship with F1’s new American owners Liberty Media. “They understand that Monaco is not Spa, or Monza,” he said. “We’ve had no … [Read more...] about Monaco wants grid girls back for this year’s F1 race
Automobile Club of Monaco president Michel Boeri has said that grid girls will be present at the Monaco Grand Prix in May. Liberty replaced grid girls with a new grid kids initiative ahead of the 2018 season, but Monaco will not adhere to the new rule and have been able to come to an agreement with the Formula 1 bosses. While grid girls will be there, they will not be holding boards with the driver numbers on them. "The relationship is good with Liberty Media, because they understand that Monaco is not Spa or Monza," ACM president Michel Boeri told Monaco-Matin. "We've had no problems with Liberty Media, except for the grid girl issue. They'll be there, on the grid, but won't be holding any name-boards. "They're pretty and the cameras will be on them once again." … [Read more...] about Monaco to defy Liberty’s grid girl ban
There weren’t any major debuts at this year’s Bangkok Motor Show, but we still managed to show you a wide range of models that are relevant to our market. Some are coming soon, while others belong to the “so near yet so far” category. Green vehicles such as plug-in hybrids and full EVs featured heavily too, as one would expect today. We kicked off our live coverage from Impact Muang Thong Thani with the crossover of the moment, the Toyota C-HR, in TRD and Modellista kits. The C-HR is a fresh entry in Malaysia, and a new Vios may be following suit. The Yaris Ativ is a good preview of the next-generation Vios – just replace the Thai eco car spec 1.2L NR engine with a larger 1.5L unit and we’re there, as per Singapore. Toyota Thailand also revealed a TRD kit for the Yaris Ativ at the show, which could be our future Vios TRD Sportivo. In the coming soon department is the sleek third-gen Mercedes-Benz CLS, design-led Range Rover Velar and the imposing … [Read more...] about Bangkok 2018: Suay mak mak girls wrap up coverage