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Pell City police have arrested a man for allegedly killing his sister early Wednesday morning. Around 3 a.m., a caller asked police to check on the welfare of someone in the Housing Authority apartmentsMore >>
Pell City police have arrested a man for allegedly killing his sister in a "brutal" slaying early Wednesday morning.More >>
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A 19-year-old woman has been arrested on kidnapping charges in Texas for allegedly taking a 10-month-old baby from Birmingham. De'Anthony Dejuan Kelly was reportedly taken by a 14-year-old girl from hisMore >>
A 19-year-old woman has been arrested on kidnapping charges in Texas for allegedly taking a 10-month-old baby from Birmingham.More >>
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Four men are now in custody in connection with three home robbery incidents in Montgomery. All four men, ranging in age from 27-years-old to 35-years-old have been charged with multiple felonies in connectionMore >>
Four men are now in custody in connection with three home robbery incidents in Montgomery.
All four men, ranging in age from 27-years-old to 35-years-old have been charged with multiple felonies in connection with these incidents.More >>
The Taliban have claimed responsibility for an attack in Afghanistan that killed four U.S. troops just hours after the insurgent group announced it would hold talks with the Americans on finding a political solution...More >>
Afghanistan's president said Wednesday he will not pursue peace talks with the Taliban unless the United States steps out of the negotiations, while also insisting the militant group stop its violent attacks on the...More >>
Wednesday, June 19 2013 11:35 AM EDT2013-06-19 15:35:34 GMT
The Alabama Department of Public Safety has issued a Missing Child Media Alert after a 2-month-old baby was allegedly taken by a 14-year-old girl early Monday morning from Birmingham. Police say 2-month-oldMore >>
Birmingham Police have confirmed that missing infant De'Anthony Kelly and his abductor, Dor'Sayde Gathright were located in Dallas, Texas Tuesday night, and were taken into custody without incident. More >>
FAIRWAY, KS (KCTV) -
He is the longest serving Prince of Wales in history and his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, is still going strong at 86.
So if Prince Charles is bored and wants to look for a way to fill his days, he might can fall back on a budding career as a weatherman.
The future King of England and his duchess, Camilla, popped into the BBC studios in Scotland on Thursday to mark 60 years on the air.
But they didn't do the typical royal thing of waving, looking glamorous and cutting a ribbon. Each read the weather report.
The sight of the nattily dressed Charles giving a credible performance in the unfamiliar role caused many Britons to do a double-take as he read the lunchtime news weather spot, which featured lots of rain.
The video has now gone viral.
Charles was sincere and confidant as he read the forecast tailored to showcase royal residences in Scotland. But he was bemused when he got to a favorite home.
"There will be the potential for a few flurries over Balmoral," he said before pausing. "Who the hell wrote this script? As the afternoon goes on."
He punctuated another sentence with "A-ha." In describing the gloomy cool conditions, he adlibbed, "Thank God it isn't a bank holiday."
Once he got use to the "clicker," he was pretty much a natural.
Camilla, known as the Duchess of Cornwall, revealed another side of herself by gamely giving the same script a spin. Her performance was stiffer than her husband's more relaxed performance.
The duchess is best known as the other woman in Charles and Princess Diana's marriage.
"There were three of us in this marriage, so it was a bit crowded," Diana famously said.
The royal couple got standing applause from the star-struck BBC staffers. The video has gone viral in part because people have seen the royals out of their carefully choreographed element and they looked, well, human.
"Charles was an undoubted hit," Michael Hogan said in a review for the Telegraph. "Engaging, avuncular and natural in front of the camera. His cold front melted to produce a warm wave of affection across the UK."
Long may he rain! Er, reign.
Do you think it's time to let bygones be bygones? Should Camilla become queen when her husband is crowned?