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"Nine FM, a northern Indiana woman is accused of leaving her fifteen month old baby in her car while she was inside a bowler knocks police chief Harold Smith tells WSB author poster at her step outside asked her about the cows. And the car was familiar with the Taliban in the car customers say the baby was in the car for close to two hours. The mother. James? It was only twenty minutes. Twenty nine year old Tiffany Helbling is charged with neglect and recklessness. Chicago-based? Boeing is being sued after the crash of a lion air flight in the Java sea that killed all one hundred eighty nine people aboard the wrongful death suit was filed in Cook County in the name of a passenger on behalf of his parents and three siblings. The suit alleges the planes electron equipment provided inaccurate data to the flight crew causing the planes Andy stole system to improperly engage leading the plane to crash after taking off from Jakarta, Indonesia, Tober twenty-ninth suit also claims bowling failed to provide adequate instructions to pilots on how to respond to disengage the anti stole system. Boeing officials declined to comment Bob convoy, News Radio on one zero five point nine FM. A NASA spacecraft is starting to year at the most distant world ever explored a billion miles beyond Pluto. Lead. Scientist Allen stern says that more precise image downloads. From will start to come down this week. We'll actually do is. We'll take the higher somewhat higher resolution pan chromatic or black and white images. And we'll drape the color over it to give you our best impression of what ultimate looks like at high resolution, but in color, Queen guitarist, Brian May who also happens to be an astrophysicist joined the team at Johns Hopkins today for a midnight premiere of the song that he wrote for the big event floats covered in flowers marching bands and equestrian groups were on display for the rose parade in southern California. But so was a tow truck everything went smoothly until the very end when there was an apparent electrical malfunction or small electrical fire on one of the floats there were no visible flames. But there was plenty of smoke and people who were on the float quickly got off the parade. Stop for around fifteen minutes. Except for that. It was pretty much a typical rose parade with patacula floats and marching bands."