Author Archive for: ‘Mike Fossum’

Tennessee Buses Crash, Three Killed

Two school buses collided on a Tennessee highway Tuesday afternoon, killing three and injuring 23. The crash occurred near Knoxville, at approximately 3 p.m., and two children and one adult died. Knoxville Police Chief David Rausch said that the adult who died was a teacher’s aide. Rausch added that three passengers who were critically injured were transported to University of …

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Allison Williams Ready to Take on ‘Peter Pan Live!’

Girls actress Allison Williams will play the title role in NBC’s Peter Pan Live!, which airs Thursday, December 4 at 8/7 c. The live special will be narrated by Minnie Driver, who is also cast as the adult character Wendy. Christopher Walken will play Captain Hook. Commenting on the role, Williams, 26, said, “To most of America I’m going to …

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Plane Crash in the Bahamas Leaves One Dead

A small plane carrying 11 passengers went down over water near the Bahamas Tuesday, killing a 77-year-old American, according to local authorities. The twin-engine Piper PA-31-350 Navajo Chieftain had originated from the isle of Eleuthera, and crashed as it was preparing to touch down at New Providence, according to Superintendent Paul Rolle. Authorities stated that the pilot reported trouble with …

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Nazi War Criminal Alois Brunner Declared Dead

Nazi war criminal Alois Brunner has been officially declared dead, though he is thought to have passed some time in 2010. Brunner, an Austrian Schutzstaffel (SS) officer, and the “best man” to Nazi SS-Obersturmbannführer (lieutenant colonel) Adolf Eichmann, is responsible for the execution of roughly 128,500 European Jews during the Holocaust. He was convicted of crimes against humanity, and was …

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Scott Stapp’s Wife Files for Divorce

The wife of embattled former Creed frontman Scott Stapp filed for divorce last month, and asked a judge in Palm Beach County, Florida to have the singer admitted to a substance abuse treatment facility. Jaclyn Stapp filed legal documents for divorce proceedings, dictating that Stapp threatened to kill himself and his AA sponsor, that he threatened to harm his family, …

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Eliza Coupe Engaged to Darin Olien

Actress Eliza Coupe announced her Thanksgiving engagement to superfoods nutritionist Darin Olien. Coupe, 33, posted a picture of herself on Instagram, smiling and embracing Olien on Thursday, with her Jean Dousset engagement ring on display. The caption read, “Giving Thanks.” The couple has been dating for almost a year. Coupe, who is best known for playing Jane Kerkovich-Williams on the …

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Anna Cardwell Launches GoFundMe Campaign, Deletes It

Anna Cardwell, of Here Comes Honey Boo Boo infamy, recently launched a vague $20,000 GoFundMe campaign, which she has since taken down. Cardwell’s GoFundMe page presently seems to be missing key information after her cancelling of it, but the page can still be accessed. Cardwell, 20, explained her desire for $20,000: Anna for here comes honey boo boo and Im …

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Charles Barkley Calls Ferguson Looters ‘Scumbags’

Former NBA star and current Inside the NBA analyst Charles Barkley has called Ferguson, Missouri looters “scumbags,” while applauding police officers who work in black neighborhoods. Barkley added that he supports the grand jury’s decision not to indict Darren Wilson for shooting of Michael Brown. Regarding the Ferguson verdict, Barkley told Mike Missanelli at 97.5 The Fanatic in Philadelphia Tuesday …

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Cyber Monday 2014: Kohl’s Online Deals

Cyber Monday, the Monday after the Thanksgiving holiday, was a term coined in 2005, as a marketing ploy to encourage consumers to shop for their wares online. In 2013, Cyber Monday online sales grew by 20.6% over 2012, hitting a record $2.29 billion, with an average order of $128. Kohl’s is running its Cyber Week promotion through December 6, and …

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Gracie Gold Advances to Grand Prix Final

Figure skater and 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics team bronze medalist Gracie Gold won the women’s free skate at the NHK Trophy event in Osaka, Japan on Saturday. The victory allowed her to come in first overall and to secure a spot in the Grand Prix Final. Gold, the 2014 U.S. national champion, was in first place after the short program, …

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Ohio State Football Player Found Dead

The body of an Ohio State University football player who had gone missing was found in Columbus, Ohio on Sunday, according to authorities. Kosta Karageorge, a 22-year-old OSU defensive lineman and wrestler, disappeared Wednesday, and his body was found five days later. Karageorge apparently commited suicide inside of a dumpster near his apartment, by way of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. …

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Jennifer Lawrence ‘Hunger Games’ Song Hits Top 40

For her new film The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1, actress Jennifer Lawrence recorded a song for the soundtrack, which hit the Top 40 music chart in the United Kingdom. The song, entitled “The Hanging Tree,” features Lawrence’s vocals, and has charted at #14, according to the BBC. It will be revealed on Wednesday if the track breaks the U.S. …

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