Cindy Korn, 25, from Singleton, NSW, shares her true story;
Breathing deeply, I rubbed my aching baby bump and moaned.
“You need to call the hospital,” my partner, Beau, urged.
I rolled my eyes and waved him away.
“It’s too soon,” I argued. “They’ll only send me home.”
Forty weeks and five days into my pregnancy, I’d gone into labour.
It was 5am and I’d been experiencing contractions for three hours, but they were still spaced out, sometimes only coming every 10 minutes.
When I gave birth to our son, Dylan, four, I was in labour for 38 hours, so I
El Paso police arrested a man accused of threatening to cut off another man’s finger over a debt during a home invasion on the East Side.
Police Department Gang Unit investigators arrested James Daniel Badajosa on Sunday night, hours after a home invasion at an apartment in the 10500 block of Ashwood Drive near Montwood Mall on Yarbrough Drive, police said.
Police arrested Badajosa, 24, on a charge of burglary of habitation, a police news release states.
About 2 p.m. Sunday, Badajosa allegedly forced his way into an apartment and assaulted 24-year-old Adrian Gonzalez, police said.
Badajosa allegedly used a knife to threaten to cut off one of Gonzalez’s fingers over a debt before stealing several items and leaving, police said. The nature of the debt was not disclosed.
Badajosa, of the 6000 block
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INDIANAPOLIS — An 11-year-old boy was struck and killed riding his bike this past weekend on the far east side, and now City-County Council members are speaking out.
They want to see more done to improve the safety on east side roads.
“For the family, my deepest condolences. I send a prayer up,” says District 14 City-County Councilor La Keisha Jackson. “We can’t bring your child back, but we can put law into place to move forward to help other kids, so this doesn’t continue to happen.”
The incident occurred along north Post Road near Jamestown Apartments. Lawrence Police say the boy was riding his bike with his 15-year-old brother. The pair was on one bike while crossing the road when they were struck.
The nearest cross walk at that spot is three to four blocks away in each direction. The road actually splits two City-County Council districts. Jackson wants