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Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Open line: A drone's eye view of Vilonia; British royalty headed to Memphis

Posted By on Tue, Apr 29, 2014 at 4:20 PM

The line is open. We end it with more drone footage from The Shot Above for KARK and KLRT. It's the best view I've seen of the tornado damage in Vilonia. Also:

* ROYAL WATCHSays here that England's Princes William and Harry are expected in Memphis for the three-day wedding celebration of nightclub promoter Guy Pelly. Their pal is marrying Lizzie Wilson, granddaughter of Holiday Inn founder Kemmons Wilson, at a polo club this weekend. He's been in the middle of past escapades that have landed the royal brothers in tabloid headlines about Las Vegas and other adventures. The Commercial Appeal says William's wife, Kate Middleton, the duchess of Cambridge, may be on hand, too, though details are sketchy. Rehearsal dinner maybe at Memphis Country Club. Certain: Invitation required.

TENNESSEE TWO: Royalty expected at Memphis wedding this weekend. - BUCKINGHAM PALACE
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