A judge recently overturned John Tiedjen's conviction after 32 years. Now, he plans to marry the sister of the man he was accused of killing.
James "Jim," Wold 94, and Wanda Wold, 96, died in the room they shared at the Concord Care Center in Garner, Iowa, on July 20.
Despite their disastrous first dance, the newlywed couple's special day had a happy ending.
Some of 71-year-old Avis Russell's last moments were spent with her granddaughter on her wedding day.
"Forever," sings Ernest Griggs to his beloved wife. "That's how long I'll be in love with you." The couple met at church when he was 18 and she was 16.
In a cost-saving move, the bride and groom did not hire anyone to clean their rented dishes, forcing guests to do it instead. The newlyweds reportedly divorced three years later. Needless to say, the Redditor who shared the story on social media said she did not attend the bride's next wedding.
The 27-year-old groom in India reportedly called off the wedding because the bride's family hadn't served mutton curry.
To be looking through gravel all day long, trying to catch the smallest bit of shine, and then to flip the screen over and see a big stone shining like no tomorrow was amazing
The young man's failure to read a newspaper without recourse to his spectacles was the decisive factor.
Pvt. Marriah Pouncy died after being found unresponsive in her Fort Bliss, Texas barracks room on Monday; her fiancée, Pfc. Asia Graham, was at the center of a sexual assault trial. Her attacker was sentenced to 18 years in prison last week.
After a man's diagnosis with Alzheimer's disease, he knew one thing with unwavering certainty—he loved one very special woman.
The letter was penned by aviation pioneer Earhart as she set out her vision of her marriage to George P. Putnam, with refusal to be "bound" to one another.
Nick Cannon, who is thought to be on the verge of welcoming his fourth child in one year, has previously expressed doubts that he could ever be with one woman again.
The bride knit her wedding dress while commuting on the New York City subway using over four miles of lace mohair yarn.
Unsurprisingly, she was roundly criticized online. "I'd RSVP, eat their food and then give them a card with $400 in Monopoly money. I really hate people who use weddings as a gift grab," one commenter wrote, according to 7news.com.au.
The obituaries were placed right next to each other in the local newspaper, with both women using exactly the same photo.
One TikToker shared a video that showed a stranger starting an argument with her and her friend's soon-to-be fiancé for scattering rose petals along the beach.
Many states had so-called "anti-miscegenation" laws that forbade white people and non-white people from marrying.
The clip has viewers split: many called the behavior a sign of nervousness while others insist it's a "red flag."
Morgan Macleod was attempting to sell a lacy, off-the-shoulder, size 10 Melissa Sweet gown for $500.
A man made a heartbreaking discovery when he saw his wife "marry" another man while she claimed to be with her family.
Janine and Joe Shuter were welcomed back to the bookstore with open arms. "I just felt so lucky, and really grateful," recounted the bride.
A doorbell camera captured the moment the woman's body language changed—and she did a little dance on the front steps.
Alyssa Hevern, 22, is walking down the aisle on August 13, in South Dakota, to marry her fiancé Taylor John.
After her groom fled the scene, a bride in India replaced him with a member of his own wedding party.
The body of Babak Khorramdin was found chopped up in bins and in a suitcase in Ekbatan, a planned neighborhood in West Tehran, on Sunday.
Kelsey Riley and Wes Dixon graduated from Eastern York High School, in Pennsylvania, back in 2008, and the huge tree now dwarfs them.
The uncertainty of distance shaped our relationship, and marriage, in unanticipated ways. It is precisely because of how we've grown while physically apart that we now flourish together.