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Two western Montana residents were charged with deliberate homicide in the stabbing deaths of two unidentified people whose bodies were found in plastic tubs of chemicals in the basement of a home.
Tiffanie Pierce, 23, and Augustus Standingrock, 26, were arrested last week and made their initial appearances in Justice Court on Monday. Both are charged with deliberate homicide and accountability to deliberate homicide for the deaths of a man and a woman on Aug. 17.
Inspirational accessories company the Giving Keys has launched a limited-edition collection done with YouTube personality Liza Koshy.
The Giving Keys employs a number of workers transitioning out of homelessness at its downtown headquarters and manufacturing space. The company’s collaboration with Koshy, launching today, includes a 30-inch chain necklace with either a white or black matte key stamped with the words “Laugh” or “Trust” retailing for $42.
“There is something special about Koshien,” said Hiroshi Wakayama, who travelled 500 miles from north-east Japan to watch his son Souki turn out for Ikue high school in the quarter-finals.
Located in an unfashionable neighbourhood between the industrial city of Osaka and the historical port of Kobe, Koshien stadium is the undisputed spiritual home of Japanese baseball. The summer high school competitions, plus an invitational version in the spring, even take precedence over Koshien’s regular occupants, the Hanshin Tigers professional baseball team, who are banished from their home for the duration of the tournaments.