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The Villainess Is a Marionette Promo Turns Cha Eunwoo Into a Duke

In the world of webcomics, genres of every kind have a home, and there is no denying the popularity of romances. Much like manga's shojo demographic, romantic webcomics continue to pop up online, and some are bigger than others. Titles like The Villainess Is a Marionette reign supreme, and now, a live-action promo for the series is bringing Cha Eunwoo into the mix.
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Tractor-trailer catches fire on I-79

WEXFORD, Pa. (KDKA) - A tractor-trailer caught on fire on I-79 southbound near Wexford Thursday. Video shows firefighters battling bright flames and thick black smoke on the side of the road.It's unclear what led to the fire or if anyone was injured. PennDOT said there was a lane restriction for "fire department activity." 
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DioField Chronicle beginner’s guide: 7 tips and tricks to get started

Fans of tactical RPGs are experiencing somewhat of a resurgence in the genre. Between upcoming games like Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope and the newer Fire Emblem games, the barrier to entry is as wide as it’s ever been. With DioField Chronicle, many were initially hoping Square Enix would have gone back to the game that essentially kicked off the tactics genre with a new Final Fantasy Tactics game, but this new IP does enough differently to warrant a new branding.

USPS Suspends Service After This Date

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Hike to the Most Beautiful Lake in Washington

Years ago, when I would think of visiting Washington State, the only thing that came to mind was Seattle and Seattle's weather. Then I would associate that weather with the entire state and didn't really think of it as a destination for anything else. Fast forward to now and knowing the beauty that this state holds with it's national parks and national forests, it almost, just almost feels like a hidden gem of a state.

The Bold and the Beautiful: Henry Joseph Samiri returns as Douglas Forrester

Henry Joseph Samiri returns to The Bold and the Beautiful. is reporting that The Bold and the Beautiful is about to make another switch in the young actor who portrays Douglas Forrester. Earlier in the year, Henry Joseph Samiri was replaced by older actor Django Ferri and B&B said the change was permanent. Now Ferri is out and Samiri is going to return on Friday, October 14.

Things to Do in Ocean City, MD in Fall

Every Ocean City local secretly looks forward to the end of tourist season. Although bustling local businesses, crowded boardwalks, and fully-booked hotels are certainly good for the economy, many Ocean City residents welcome the off-season so they can navigate their hometown without the extra traffic. Unfortunately, much of the town's activity shuts down when the visitors leave, but there's still plenty for locals to see and do. Here are the best fall and winter activities you can enjoy in Ocean City.

Study Suggests COVID-19 Rebound Is Not Caused by Impaired Immune Response

Findings from a small study of eight patients published in Clinical Infectious Diseases suggest that COVID-19 rebound is likely not caused by impaired immune responses. The study, led by scientists at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), part of the National Institutes of Health, aimed to define the clinical course and the immunologic and virologic characteristics of COVID-19 rebound in patients who have taken nirmatrelvir/ritonavir (Paxlovid), an antiviral therapeutic developed by Pfizer, Inc.

Elon Musk Asks Judge To Halt Trial, Says “Twitter Will Not Take Yes For An Answer”

Elon Musk’s attorneys formally asked a judge to stay the trial set to start Oct. 17 after the Telsa CEO earlier this week agreed again to buy Twitter for the original deal price of $44 billion. Twitter’s carefully worded response back on Tuesday to the renewed offer was that it also intended to close the deal for the original price, of $54.20 a share. But the social media company has been reluctant to end legal proceedings without guarantees given Musk’s previous about-face and questions over financing. Musk agreed to buy Twitter in April but pulled out of the deal in July,...

Biden to pardon simple federal marijuana possession convictions

President Biden on Thursday announced that he is taking executive action to pardon people convicted of simple marijuana possession under federal law and D.C. statute. The pardons will be done through an administration process to be developed by the Justice Department, senior administration officials told reporters on a briefing call, and will cover citizens and lawful permanent residents.
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How to Avoid Charity Scams When Donating to Hurricane Ian Relief

Before you open up your wallet to donate to Hurricane Ian relief, make sure you avoid scams by doing your research. The destruction left by Hurricane Ian has many people looking for ways to help, but state officials are warning you to be on the lookout for scammers. “During times...

Here’s what to expect from Friday’s weather forecast

The Boston region will enjoy one more mild fall day on Friday before seasonably cool weather returns for the weekend. Forecasters expect partly sunny skies, light winds, and high temperatures in the low to mid 70s. Pleasant but much cooler weather settles in on Saturday when highs will only reach...

Huntington U. places coaches on leave amid lawsuit

HUNTINGTON, Ind. (WANE) — Huntington University has placed its head cross country coach and an assistant on leave after two former runners claimed in a federal lawsuit they were doped, sexually assaulted and raped. The university said Thursday it placed head coach Lauren Johnson and assistant coach Curtis Hines...
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OUR VIEW: Thumbs up! Thumbs down!

THUMBS UP! To Red Cross volunteers. People from Central Illinois have joined others around the country in heading to the southeast U.S. for recovery efforts after Hurricane Ian. One of the most awe-inspiring things about Central Illinois is the degree to which its residents will go to help others. We applaud this group, along with the others who do the work but escape appropriate acknowledgment.