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Wednesday September 18th, 2019 morning edition

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- A 3-year-old boy with autism is safe and back with his family thanks to some Florida deputies and their bloodhound.

Deputies say he wandered into the woods behind a neighbor's home in Pace, a Pensacola suburb in the Florida Panhandle, and got lost.

"The most terrifying words a mother can get on the phone is ‘your child is missing, get home right now,'" Audra Hughes said at a news conference Monday morning.

Less than 30 minutes later, little Aedric was found.

"Once the dog hit the ground, it was 28 minutes until we got the child," Sheriff Bob Johnson said.

"Their bloodhounds found a missing 3 year old autistic boy who was lost in the woods today.

Deputies: Husband stored bodies of missing Marion County mother, four kids in van for weeks. »

Pirates’ All-Star Closer Felipe Vázquez Facing Several Felony Charges, Including Sexual Assault Of Teen He Met At PNC Park

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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Pittsburgh Pirates’ closer Felipe Vázquez has been arrested on charges of pornography and soliciting a child.

Vázquez, 28, of Saint Cloud, Florida, is facing charges of computer pornography – solicitation of a child and one count of providing obscene material to minors.

WATCH: Pam Surano Breaks Down The Details Of The Charges Brought Against Felipe Vazquez. »

Matchmaking Update for the Next Ranked Season

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This will also affect accounts that have been actively playing in ranked matchmaking, rather than just new accounts going forward.

The other change we are making is how we calibrate the initial ranked MMR for new accounts entering ranked.

We look forward to seeing your feedback on this update, and to continue to hear feedback in the following weeks for how to improve matchmaking. »

Homeless denied social housing for being too poor, study says

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Homeless people in UK ‘denied social housing as risky tenants’ Read more.

More and more people are turning to local authorities and housing associations for help to access social housing.

“Our reforms have increased the amount of social housing stock by 79,000 since 2010, while the social housing waiting list has decreased by 40%. »