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Tuesday, October 22nd, 2019

 

Early American Serial Killers (PHOTOS)

Diabolical and prolific serial killers existed early in America at a time when police were still devising investigative methods to link related murders. Newspapers reported the gory details of their crimes to a terrified, yet fascinated public. October 22, 2019 by Heather Thomas, LIBRARY OF CONGRESS “FULL CONFESSION OF H. H. HOLMES, ” The Journal (New York, NY), April 12, 1896 1794-1799: Harpe Brothers Micajah “Big” Harpe and Wiley “Little” Harpe terrorize the western frontier for years killing men, women, and children without discretion. Considered to be America’s first recorded serial killers.Read More


ENERGY: Oil report for October 22, 2019

Oil Rebounds On Rare Market Optimism By OILPRICE.COM – Natural gas inventories rose to 3,519 billion cubic feet for the week ending on October 11. That marked the first week that inventories exceeded the five-year average since September 22, 2017. – According to the EIA, weekly injections into inventory in three of the past four weeks surpassed 100 billion cubic feet, or about 27 percent more than is typical for this time of year. – Natural gas prices have fallen this year, and the strong build in inventories creates very littleRead More


ENERGY: Oil report for October 22, 2019

Oil Rebounds On Rare Market Optimism By OILPRICE.COM – Natural gas inventories rose to 3,519 billion cubic feet for the week ending on October 11. That marked the first week that inventories exceeded the five-year average since September 22, 2017. – According to the EIA, weekly injections into inventory in three of the past four weeks surpassed 100 billion cubic feet, or about 27 percent more than is typical for this time of year. – Natural gas prices have fallen this year, and the strong build in inventories creates very littleRead More


ENERGY: Oil report for October 22, 2019

Oil Rebounds On Rare Market Optimism By OILPRICE.COM – Natural gas inventories rose to 3,519 billion cubic feet for the week ending on October 11. That marked the first week that inventories exceeded the five-year average since September 22, 2017. – According to the EIA, weekly injections into inventory in three of the past four weeks surpassed 100 billion cubic feet, or about 27 percent more than is typical for this time of year. – Natural gas prices have fallen this year, and the strong build in inventories creates very littleRead More


NTVUganda has added About 20 arrested over illegal power connections video

About 20 arrested over illegal power connections Over twenty people have been arrested by UMEME and Police in Katwe in Lubaga division following an operation to comb illegal power theft in the area. According to Christine Namutebi, the metering Manager of UMEME Kampala West, they lose over 24% of the tax due to power theft in Nateete district. While UMEME and police were executing their duties a group of rowdy youth locked some of UMEME engineers in one of the motor garages. #NTVNews Subscribe to Our Channel For more newsRead More


NTVUganda has added Minister laments about local gov’t ‘shoe-string’ budget video

Minister laments about local gov’t ‘shoe-string’ budget The Ministry of Local Government has expressed concern over what it terms as meagre funds that it receives from the central government. According to State Minister for Local Government Jenipher Namuyangu, the current budgetary allocation of Shs1.2 trillion to the districts cannot enable them deliver the much needed services to Ugandans. To make it worse, the minister said many local governments are unable to raise their own local revenue to facilitate their budgets. Local government leaders now want the decentralisation policy amended toRead More


NTVUganda has added 15 students detained over Makerere fees protest video

15 students detained over Makerere fees protest Fifteen students of Makerere University were arrested this morning for protesting against the institution’s annual 15% tuition increment policy. The group will be charged with inciting violence and unlawful assembly. #NTVNews Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page https://ift.tt/1bbEIWm —— AUTO – GENERATED; Published (Halifax Canada Time AST) on: October 22, 2019 at 02:59PM


NTVUganda has added Deforestation decimates most of Uganda’s forests video

Deforestation decimates most of Uganda’s forests Cabinet has given the Ministry of Water and Environment two weeks to come up with a comprehensive plan on how to save the environment. This was revealed by State Minister for Tourism Godfrey Kiwanda at a national policy conference in Kampala on promoting what they called “Green Growth”, a strategy towards promoting a low carbon economy. The minister said environmental degradation poses a big threat to the country and the tourism sector, which is Uganda’s biggest foreign exchange earner. #NTVNews Subscribe to Our ChannelRead More


NTVUganda has added House committee summons minister Byabagambi over ‘kaveera’ ban video

House committee summons minister Byabagambi over ‘kaveera’ ban MPs on Parliament’s Natural Resources Committee have tasked the State Minister for Karamoja Affairs John Byabagambi to explain if claims that he threatened to close factories manufacturing plastics bags and bottles are true. Byabagambi said he has a mandate from cabinet to consult on a possible ban on plastics. #NTVNews Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page https://ift.tt/1bbEIWm —— AUTO – GENERATED; Published (Halifax Canada Time AST) on: October 22, 2019Read More


Rare Film: Washington Senators Win the 1924 World Series — Library of Congress

Rare Film: Washington Senators Win the 1924 World Series By Michelle Rago Published October 22, 2019 at 12:24PM The Washington Nationals and the Houston Astros will play Game One of the World Series tonight in Houston. Check out this rare footage, found in a garage, of the Washington Senators winning the 1924 World Series over the New York Giants in a Game Seven that went 12 innings! This film is now part of the Library’s collections. Remember, the Library of Congress is the Nation’s Library, but blog authors do haveRead More