Author Archive for: ‘Lacy Wise’

Skydivers Collision Kills Two Men

As if Skydiving doesn’t seem dangerous enough, add a group of over 200 people in the air at one time. Two experienced jumpers collided on Tuesday in mid-air around 200 feet above ground with their parachutes open. Their parachutes collapsed and then they plummeted to the ground. One died on scene, the other was taken to the hospital and pronounced …

Read More

Kohl’s Shooting on Thanksgiving, Suspects Charged

Two men have been charged in a shooting that occurred Thursday at Kohl’s located in Romeoville, IL. Employees reported the alleged shoplifters just after 10 p.m. Thanksgiving night. Once the patrol car pulled up to the entrance of the store, one suspect bolted into his waiting car and closed the door on the pursuing officers arm, and proceeded to drive. …

Read More

Fred Sanger: Two-Time Nobel Prize Winner Dies at 95

The world lost one of the most noteworthy scientists ever. British Chemist, Fred Sanger died at age 95. Sanger was the only scientist to win two Nobel prizes in Chemistry, and one of four to win the Nobel Prize twice in any category. His first Nobel Prize was won in 1958, after Sanger made significant strides in the structure of …

Read More

Ohio Execution Delayed due to Organ Donor Request

Ronald Phillips was scheduled to be executed Thursday for the 1993 murder of 3-year-old Sheila Marie Evans. Ohio Governor John Kasich on Wednesday stayed his execution of Phillips to determine whether his non-vital organs or tissues can be donated to his mother or others. According to Phillip’s attorney, his mother needs a kidney and is currently on dialysis. His attorney …

Read More

Rod Blagojevich’s Appeal Challenged by Prosecutors

Prosecutors responded to an appeal by former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich on Tuesday, urging the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to reject his bid for a new trial. Lawyers for Blagojevich filed on his behalf for an appeal of his conviction earlier this year in July, with hopes to overturn or reduce his 14-year prison sentence for 17 counts …

Read More

TPP Chapter published by WikiLeaks

WikiLeaks is at it again, publishing secret political documents of largest-ever economic treaty. A controversial chapter of the Trans-pacific partnership negotiations between twelve countries: United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Malaysia, Vietnam, Brunei, Singapore, Chile and Peru. Nobody is sure of who “leaked” it to undermine the secrecy of this draft, but six hundred corporate advisors have had access …

Read More

Circus Llama Stolen and Taken for a Tram Ride

Yes, this is real life. A group of drunk teens in France DID in fact abduct a llama from the circus, posting numerous photos across Twitter (and other social media), and take that llama for a tram ride. See? The llama was returned after they were arrested, and no harm was done to the llama, named Serge. After the leaving …

Read More

Satellite GOCE Plunging Towards Earth Soon

Chicken Little finally has a reason to be afraid of things falling from the sky. No, the sky isn’t falling but a European satellite is. GOCE designed to map Earth’s gravitational field will be pulled down sometime in the next few days. Nobody knows where it will crash. The spacecraft is expected to make it to the surface in fragments, …

Read More

Lady Gaga Space Performance in 2015

Lady Gaga is well known for being out of the box, but it’s possible in 2015 for her to perform out of this world, literally. US Weekly revealed that in early 2015 Lady Gaga is set to the perform in space, making her the first artist to do so. Gaga plans to perform this gig during the three day, Zero …

Read More

Houston Astrodome Future Left Up to Voters

Voters in Harris Country, TX decided Tuesday not to raise $217 million to save the Astrodome, by turning it into a multipurpose convention center. The pricy plan involved creating 350,000 square feet by raising the floor to street level and removing the indoor seating, and creating a “New Dome Experience” as described by adding a green space on the outside …

Read More

Supreme Court could hear the ‘Boobies’ Bracelet case

The case between two teenage girls and a Pennsylvania school district may soon be heard by the U.S. Supreme Court. The case began in 2010 when Brianna Hawk and Kayla Martinez, now 14 and 15, were suspended from school for wearing bracelets with the phrase “I (heart) boobies” in support for Breast Cancer Awareness Day. The school district had banned …

Read More

Katharine McPhee Caught Kissing ‘Smash’ Director

Just a helpful hint to former “Smash” director Michael Morris, if you don’t want your wife to know your kissing another woman either don’t do it or don’t get caught on camera. Katharine McPhee and Morris did just that, and were caught on camera locking lips.To add to this story, these two are BOTH married. McPhee, 29, is still technically …

Read More

Page 1 of 41234»