jewelry

Sheriff’s office searches for owners of possibly stolen jewelry from decade ago

EL RENO, Okla. (KFOR) – A mystery in Canadian County. 

“After a period of time, we’ve got to do something with it and that time is now,” said Lt. Jerry Hendrick with the Canadian County Sheriff’s Office. 

Two years ago, Lt. Hendrick took over the evidence and property division for the county. 

One of his tasks is organizing the property room and working to return items that were stolen or lost. 

“We just find more and more stuff!” he said. 

It’s not an easy job, some of it has been around since the 70s. 

His most recent venture, finding the owners of 180 pieces of jewelry. 

The stash is worth about $4,000. 

“This over here it looks like it’s all costume, some gold chains, or gold colored chains along with some pearls and things of that nature,” said Lt. Hendrick. 

He thinks at least part of the haul came from

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women

Kamala Harris ‘Nude’ Google Searches After Debate Speak Volumes About Women in Politics

The vice presidential debate on Wednesday was followed by a spike in people searching Google for Senator Kamala Harris, alongside the terms “nude,” “bathing suit,” and “bikini.”

With less than a month to go until the presidential election on November 3, Harris debated Vice President Mike Pence for 90 minutes at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City on Wednesday.

According to Google Trends—a website run by the search engine that collects data on how popular search terms are around the world—there was a surge in people in the U.S. searching for “Kamala Harris bathing suit,” “Kamala Harris Nude,” and “Kamala Harris bikini” in the hours after the pair faced off.

Google Trends listed these as “rising related queries” for the search term “Kamala Harris” in the four hours pior to 7 a.m. ET. That means in the four hours before 7 a.m. ET, people

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fashion

Online searches for fashion designers have risen 125% in six months

Demand for UK fashion designers have surged in the past six months with online searches seeing a 125% increase.

Latest figures by gig economy platform Fiverr, reveal searches for clothing design have also risen 116%. 

This report comes at a time when side hustles are surging in Britain, with one in three Brits out of work or on furlough setting up side hustles for extra income.

Peggy de Lange, vice-president of international expansion at Fiverr said: “This data is not surprising given how the fashion industry has transformed during COVID-19. In-person retail experiences are less desirable to the average consumer when it’s so easy to shop online safely. This shift has been advantageous to small independent fashion brands who are under less pressure to be sold by retailers, or wedded to fashion calendars.”

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Globally the top 10 fastest growing searches over

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