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  • Hot Dogs Recalled Nationwide Over Reports of Metal Inside

    CINCINNATI — An Ohio company is recalling more than 200, 000 pounds of hot dogs after customers found “metal objects” in the meat. John Morell and Co. is recalling the 14 oz. package of “Nathan’s Skinless 8 Beef Franks” with a Use By Date of Aug. 19, 2017, and the 16 oz. package of “Curtis Beef Master Beef Franks” with a Use By Date of June 15, 2017. The products will have an “EST. 296” on the side of the package. […]

  • Hunter Dies when Shot Elephant Falls on Him

    Harare, Zimbabwe — A South African big game hunter died on Friday in Zimbabwe after a fellow hunter fired his gun at an elephant causing it to collapse on him, according to multiple media reports. According to News 24, Theunis Botha, 51, was leading a group of hunters when four elephants charged the group inside the Good Luck Farm preserve in Zimbabwe. A female elephant lifted Botha with her trunk and another hunter shot her. The elephant collapsed and fell on Botha, killing […]

  • 8 Injured After Commercial Plane Crashes Into Supply Truck at LAX

    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) — Eight people were hurt at Los Angeles International Airport after a taxiing Boeing 737 crashed into the utility truck they were in on Friday, causing it to overturn. According to FOX40 sister station KTLA the collision occurred shortly after Aeromexico flight 642 from Mexico City landed and made its way to the taxiway around 2:30 p.m., according to the Los Angeles Fire Department. The six men and two women aboard the airport supply truck all suffered injuries […]

  • Wi-Fi-Free Town Provides Refuge for Those Who Say Technology is Making Them Sick

    GREEN BANK, W.Va. — There is a small town in West Virginia filled with giant telescopes. Scientists from all over the world use them for astronomical research. Those highly sensitive telescopes require a quiet zone to operate – that means no WiFi and no cell phones. You might think that would keep people away. Not so, it’s actually having an opposite effect. People are moving to Green Bank, West Virginia for their health.  They claim electromagnetic fields you find everywhere these […]

  • Hackers Could Have a Field Day at Mar-a-Lago, Investigators Say

    Some cyber-sleuths from ProPublica and Gizmodo poked around President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Club in Florida and other Trump locales and came to an inescapable conclusion: They’re easy pickins for hackers. The investigators detected vulnerable WiFi networks, software, printers, servers, and the like, all of which leave open the potential for “any half-decent” hacker to commandeer computers or smartphones and start recording. At Mar-a-Lago, they didn’t even go into the club: They parked their boat in a lagoon and pointed an antenna […]

  • Boy Calls Police on Dad After Finding Drugs in His Suitcase

    LAWRENCE, Mass. — An 11-year-old boy is being called courageous after he found illegal drugs in his dad’s suitcase and called 911, WCVB reports. Police went to the home on Wednesday and confiscated more than 200-grams of heroin mixed with fentanyl. The drugs were packaged in five sandwich bags hidden inside the luggage. The child told them he saw his father selling drugs earlier in the day. “I commend this young man for being brave enough to come forward and […]

  • Three Teenagers Arrested in Kidnapping and Killing of 6-Year-Old Boy

    Three Mississippi teenagers are accused of killing a 6-year-old boy after stealing the car he was left in. The child, Kingston Frazier, was left alone in a Toyota Camry in a Kroger parking lot around 1:15 a.m. Thursday, authorities said. The three suspects pulled into the parking lot in a separate car, the Hind’s County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement. One of them allegedly got into the Camry before both vehicles pulled away. It’s not clear whether the driver […]

  • Meet Ohio’s First Certified Drug Detection Pit Bull

    CLAY TOWNSHIP, Ohio — A pit bull who faced death in a shelter is now Ohio’s first official pit bull police dog, according to WSYX. The Union County Humane Society says the pup named Leonard was brought to them about seven months ago, but couldn’t be adopted out. “He exhibited very high hunt, ball, and possessiveness drives; none of which make adoption likely for a family,” the humane society wrote on Facebook. But, the humane society’s director detected something very […]

  • Potentially Record-Setting Cat has a Taste for Kangaroo

    14kg of fluff! #mainecoon #catstagram #instacats #mainecoonsofaustralia #mainecoonsofinstagram #mainecoonsofinsta #instacoon #giantcat #catsofinsta #catoftheday #catsofinstagram #catsofmelbourne #catsofaustralia #gingercatbigkitty #Mainecoon_Feature #mainecoonhouse #cats_of_world A post shared by Omar the Maine Coon (@omar_mainecoon) on Apr 30, 2017 at 2:46am PDT MELBOURNE, Australia – What’s it take for a cat to grow so long it’s in contention for a Guinness World Record? Good genes, a good home, and lots of raw kangaroo meat, apparently. “It’s the only meat we could find that he actually wants […]